- The perfect mousse for fine hair
- You'll get lots of volume from a small amount
- Fresh smell that users love
- It can be a little heavy for some hair types
- The price is on the high end
If you want to make your fine hair appear thicker, this is where you should start. Although, you really do need to pay attention to the application instructions or you won't get the result you want.
It's a thick, cushioning, sculpting mousse that holds throughout the day. It doesn't add shine, but you will get volume and body.
Hold: The hold is somewhere between light and medium, as you would expect from most mousse products.
That said, it does last all day and even does a great job through humidity.
Shine: This doesn't impart any shine, though it does have conditioning agents. Use it more for volume, combining it with a shine-adding product if that's important to you.
Scent: Most users enjoy the smell of this mousse, though it doesn't have that much of a fragrance. It's sort of a clean smell if anything.
What's inside: It's paraben, sulfate, and phthalate free, but it does have alcohol in it. Also, it's not a cruelty-free brand.
But on the good side, it has plenty of conditioning agents, including soy protein and wheat amino acids.
Application: This mousse must be applied to damp hair before heat styling, otherwise you will end up with a bit of a flat greasy look.
You can actually layer this on top of itself to build a stronger, but still non-crunchy hold.
Price: This is definitely one of the most expensive mousses on the market. The MSRP is $35, though you can get it on Amazon for $30 (most of the time), which works out to just under $6/ounce.
And while it has free shipping, it's not a Prime product.
- Rated #5 in 8 Best Hair Mousse Brands for Women