- It's all about volume, volume, volume here
- Great price for this product
- A little goes a long way
- The nozzle can clog (to fix, run it under hot water and wipe clean)
Once you get over the ingredient list of this spray mousse, everything else is so praiseworthy that it would be difficult to ignore it - especially if you have flat hair (of any length or texture).
It's non-sticky, non-crunchy, pleasant smelling and adds a huge amount of volume with a fair amount of hold. That, and it sells at a terrific price. You've got to love that.
Hold: This spray mousse lifts and holds hair surprisingly well. But, keep in mind that this isn't really for holding curls in place as much as it is for holding your hair up and away from your scalp. You may want to top with hairspray.
Shine: This isn't going to give you any shine; in fact, it may even go so far as to add a matte finish. If you need gloss, you'll need to add it separately.
Scent: This volumizer has a floral scent, though it's a little difficult to figure out exactly what that aroma is. Nonetheless, most people like it.
What's inside: If you ever wanted to look at a long list of chemical names that you don't understand, look no further.
There aren't a lot of natural ingredients here. It's also not vegan, nor can the brand call itself cruelty-free. It also includes added fragrance, though it's paraben-free.
All in, it can make a person cringe, though the product works.
Application: This really must be applied to damp hair; don't attempt to apply it to dry hair.
It's a spray on that goes into the scalp and root areas and is then blow-dried out.
Price: The MSRP is $19, though it's usually available on Amazon for less than $12. That makes it less than $1.25 per ounce (and there are 10 ounces in a bottle) which is a really terrific price for a mousse.
Plus, it comes with Prime shipping.
- Rated #6 in 8 Best Hair Mousse Brands for Women