Olive oil hairspray is a pretty clutch beauty product. It’s the pièce de résistance after a long day at the salon and a great way to moisturize your hair without sacrificing style, unlike most water-based products.
— Imani “I’m the May Queen!” Albert (@imanialbert) May 26, 2016
Shoutout here to the hilarious hashtag #BlackSalonProblems, which a whole lot of amateur chefs never bothered to read, because that same stellar hairspray has somehow made its way into kitchens.
According to BuzzFeed, this is a global issue. A 20-year-old from London recently stumbled on a can of ORS Olive Oil Sheen Spray in a friend’s kitchen while attending a BBQ.
— ro (@reauxbae) June 5, 2016
Just look how prominently, proudly displayed this beauty product is on that pantry shelf. It’s like the can is a king looking down on its underlings while you fry bacon in your underwear.
The problem of people using hairspray as cooking spray dates back to at least 2011. A similar product ended up right next to the canola oil at a Walmart in Huntsville, Alabama. What a steal at that price, though.