Tips of Using Mousse for Hair Styling

Tips of Using Mousse for Hair Styling

Tips of Using Mousse for Hair StylingMousse is a big deal, choosing a mousse that will give you the style you want is important.  Here is some advice from professional hairstylists about which mousse works for them.

Pantene

Pantene’s In Control Mousse is a great styling tool. It will give life to your flat hair and add a great shine.  The Pro-Vitamin recipe sustains most hair dos and it is not sticky and will not weigh down your hair.

KMS

The KMS brand’s Hair Styling Foam provides a medium hold, it gives a natural looking shine and body. Fantastic on either dry or wet hair, it will work on any hair texture without weighing it down.

Sebastian

The Sebastian Company’s Shaper Full On Body Mousse is the best when it comes to hair mousse. Sebastian is known for their hair products and they will not let you down.

Suave

Suave’s Extra Control product will provide you with an indestructible hold. Your style will stand up to almost any threat like wind and will last all day. Plus, it is the best product for the price.

Tips of Using Mousse

When applying mousse, be careful not to use too much. It is important that you create the style without overdoing product usage.  Be sure to know what kind of mousse you are using exactly. Some are made for use with heated styling tools such as blow dryers. Some are best when styling is done with your fingertips, while others are best used to hold a particular style that is already done.

Match Your Hairstyle with Your Mousse Style

Be sure what kind of style you are looking for. Mousse can be used to aid in establishing the trendy spike look. This should be done with damp hair and mousse with a stronger hold. If you are just looking to make your curls more defined and add body, you may want to use a dry hair mousse.

Mousse is Good Anytime

Mousse can be used in the middle of the day to fix unruly hair or to polish a look before a meeting. Most products will not leave your hair feeling sticky or stiff so no one will know.

There is a Connection between Wheat Allergies and Mousse

If you have an allergy to wheat, read all ingredients carefully before deciding on a product. Some mousses include hydrolyzed wheat protein in their product.