The-Best-Mousse-ProductsAre you looking for the best mousse products?

There are SO many different mousses out there, so it can be hard to find the one that’s right for you. I’ve tried them all, and some are amazing while others are too sticky!

Before I went to cosmetology school mousse was something that I only used for “scrunching” my wavy hair. Now I use it all the time and on lots of my clients. It’s great for adding volume and creating body/texture in the hair.

So, here are a few of the best mousse products that will give you more volume, body, and texture! Mousse should be applied to somewhat wet or lightly towel-dried hair, and then blow dried with a round brush for best results.

Depending on your hair texture…you may also use mousse to enhance curls or waves and let your hair air dry. Remember that when your hair air dries it will not have as much volume as when it is blow dried.

*If you’re not comfortable blow drying with a round brush…just flip your head upside down and dry the roots a bit. This is NOT the proper way to blow dry your hair! You should not do this and direct the dryer at your ends because that can promote split-ends and damage.

 

The Best Mousse Products…


Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse

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Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse

Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse is best for fine to medium hair. This weightless styling volumizer builds body and creates lift without stickiness! Here are a few highlights about this product:

  • Creates a natural looking style.
  • Infused with antioxidant-rich argan oil.
  • Best for fine to medium hair.
  • Helps control static and provides a natural, long-lasting finish!

*This mousse pairs well with Luminous Hairspray by Moroccanoil! This hairspray comes in medium and strong hold. A lot of my clients use the medium hold hairspray to add texture and maintain body throughout the day because it is not sticky.

If you need more volume, then you can also apply Moroccanoils Root Booster before blow drying!


Redken Guts Volume Spray Foam

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Redken Guts Spray Mousse

Redken Guts Spray Foam is!Level 10 on the Redken scale for hold….. Guts is a best-selling spray root booster. I know that sounds odd, because most people use it as a mousse product. It’s one of those in-betweeners, but I prefer to use it as a mousse because it’s a little heavy as a root booster(unless you have thick hair).

This volumizing mousse works best when applied to wet damp or towel-dried hair. Here are a few highlights about this product:

  • It gives the hair root volume while adding softness.
  • Provides natural looking texture.
  • Results will vary and depend on whether or not you blow-dry or air-dry your hair.

*This mousse pairs well with Redken’s Outshine 01 Anti-Frizz Polishing Milk. It’s comparable to the recently discontinued product- Redken Glass 01 Smoothing Serum, so if you liked Glass 01, then you’ll love the polishing milk!

Just apply a very tiny amount to your ends after you’ve applied the mousse. This will give your hair just enough shine and keep your ends in-tact!


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6 Responses to Best Mousse Products

  1. Anna says:

    Hey. I want to recommend this mousse for the hair – Unite Elevate Mousse. Creates soft volume, hold and shine.Thermal and UV protector.
    You can buy online https://www.fashionandbeautystore.com/unite-elevate-mousse-6-oz.html
    or free shipping for US https://keratin.nyc/collections/unite/products/unite-elevate-mousse-6-oz

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