Walmart fans rush to score an $8 dupe of a $28 hair product — and the ingredients are “nearly identical.”

WALMART fans rush to buy an $8 dupe of a $28 hair.

Despite the price difference, the Walmart option has almost exactly the same ingredients.

Walmart fans are smitten with this $8 hair product


Walmart fans are smitten with this $8 hair product
TikTok user @abbythebadassmom recently claimed it was a


TikTok user @abbythebadassmom recently claimed it was a “true scammer” of a $28 productPhoto credit: TikTok @abbythebadassmom

TikTok user Abby (@abbythebadassmom) recently shared her dupe find at Walmart.

The savvy buyer was previously a fan of Color Wow Dream Coat Supernatural Spray, a hair styling spray for colored, frizzy hair.

This premium product “magically transforms texture” and has “amazing moisture-wicking properties,” according to the label. It costs $28.

But Abby found a great, cheaper alternative at Walmart, Hair Proud, Glass Hair, Heat Activated Smoothing Shine Spray, which sells for $8.94.

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She even showed a clear benefit of using the Hair Proud product.

“If you’ve ever used Color Wow Dream Coat, you know how difficult it is to spray the product out here,” the TikToker said.

“This one – such a better mist to get on your hair!”

Although the Dupe is almost $20 cheaper, the bottle is slightly smaller.

Color Wow is sold in a 6.7 ounce bottle, while Hair Proud measures just 5 ounces.

But the bargain is still cheaper than $3.69 at $1.79 an ounce.

“I even analyzed the ingredient label and they’re almost identical!” said Abby.

We compared the ingredients list and found that both share many key ingredients and both contain natural plant or flower extracts.

Hair Proud uses moisturizing hyaluronic acid and is 100 percent vegan.

Abby’s fans on TikTok agreed that the product is a “real scam.”

“Yes I got this at Walmart on a whim and it works so well,” wrote one.

Another shared: “That’s my only complaint about wow the sprayer. I ordered this dupe. Thank you for the recommendation.”

MORE BEAUTY bargains

Hair Wow isn’t the only beauty deal fans have been skipping lately.

Makeup shoppers flock to Target and Ulta Beauty to find a $7 Revolution Beauty concealer.

Vloggers have described IRL Filter Finish as “botox in a bottle” and a great way to save money compared to more expensive brands.

It claims to give 16 hours of full coverage with a soft matte finish and there are 30 shades to choose from.

What is special about this concealer is that it is enriched with VTOX, a vegan alternative to Botox.

Another popular destination to dress up on a budget is Dollar Tree.

We recently shared finds from a discount store shopper, including Wet n Wild pink-tipped makeup brushes and a fairy blush and highlighter duo — both for $1.25 each.

Also available at Walmart is a three-ounce bottle of Coach New York Eau de Parfum for women – priced from $112.00 to just $46.49. Walmart fans rush to score an $8 dupe of a $28 hair product — and the ingredients are “nearly identical.”


CELINE CASTRONUOVO is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. CELINE CASTRONUOVO joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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