I haven't tried the Oribe Dry Texturising Spray before so I can't fully confirm if the Charles Worthington Volume and Bounch Texturising spray is an exact dupe, I do however know that a lot of bloggers have compared the two and said they are pretty darn similar.
I am a big fan of the Charles Worthington Salon at Home range after using the Moisture Seal Mineral Hair Rescue Masque and falling truly, madly, deeply in love with it so I was excited to try the texturising spray. At £6.99 for 150 ML you get a lot more bang for your buck compared to the Oribe spray which comes in at £18 for 75 ML.
The Charles Worthington Texturising Spray really doesn't disappoint in the volume department, I have naturally very straight and quite limp hair so it's nice sometimes to have a bit of help. When you spray it on it does feel a little bit like hair spray but you do get that back combed feel which helps add the definition. I am not a big fan of backcombing as I am scared of damaging my hair so this is good for giving my hair volume on top when I tie my hair back. It also sticks around all day, sometimes when I use hair spray the hold drops after a few hours. Lasty, the scent is really lovely, quite fresh and slightly fruity.
Straight haired girls, this is definitely worth buying!