- Does a fantastic job with fine hair
- Adds plenty of volume
- Delicious and addictive smell
- While most users love the scent, not everyone does, likening it to bubble gum
There's a lot to love here and not so much to complain about.
This mousse does particularly well with fine hair, but it's not bad for a range of hair types.
Apart from a light texture, it works in easily, adds a lot of volume, plenty of shine, and a soft but solid hold. That, and it's fairly easy on the wallet too. Nice, right?
Hold: You'll get a really strong hold, even though it doesn't make your hair crunchy.
Obviously, it's stronger for short, fine hair, but still consistent for thicker and longer hair.
Shine: The manufacturer claims it adds intense shine and users back that up, calling it both beautiful and natural.
Scent: It's described as a "blackberry vanilla musk" and you'll also spot some rose and jasmine mixed in.
What's inside: Not only is this vegan (and cruelty-free), it's also free of sodium chloride, sulfates, and parabens.
The good stuff on the inside is hydrolyzed hair keratin, vitamin B5 (which adds moisture), and wheat proteins.
Application: The foam isn't as thick and rich as others due to the better for you ingredients. But, it works through the hair easily and isn't sticky at all.
Price: You can pick this up on Amazon; it's $17 for 8 ounces, which works out to $2.13 per ounce.
That's perhaps average, but on the higher side and sadly, it's not available through Prime, but shipping is free. Plus, it's worth it.
- Rated #1 in 8 Best Hair Mousse Brands for Women