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We tease and primp, blow out and pin up, but no matter how hard we try, our lackluster strands still flatline. To inflate our limp locks, we’ve been turning to Oscar Blandi’s innovative volume-reviving mousse. Made with high-tech ingredients, the moisturizing formula amplifies each strand for voluminous hair that looks and feels full of life.
Prior to trying this mousse I've been using a drug store brand that gives me more volume and costs less.2
Made my hair sticky, greasy and really difficult to get a brush through. Tried again with a little less product and still the same result. Might be better for those with wavy hair that don't need to brush or style. Just scrunch and go.2
It makes my scalp a little itchy when I apply it to my locks. It does add volume though2
I agree with others who said this product left their hair sticky - it was much too heavy for my taste.2
I have very straight fine hair and am always looking for products to help. This one made my hair almost sticky and it kept tangleing all day2
It was better than no mousse, but lots of cheaper store brand mousses give me a better lift and hold than this. It almost made my hair look heavy and flat, which is the opposite of what I wanted.2
I was excited to try this product out but was slightly disappointed. The volume held for a few hours, but by the end of the work day it flattened out. Also, my hair felt oilier than usual. Kind of odd. I've never had that happen with mousse before.2
I have very thin hair, so am always looking for anything that will give my hair volume without weighing it down. I only tried this once, the volume was fine, just as good as the Aveda gel I usually use, but the smell was horrible.
At first I thought I had BO, that wasn't it, then I thought I accidentally wore a dirty/smelly shirt, nope, not that. It was my hair.
I could smell it all day long, and it wasn't a pleasant smell at all, in fact it almost made me sick. I would not recommend unless you have already lost your sense of smell.
I have very thin hair and this left a weird residue in my hair and made it feel like straw.2
I used this mousse when my hair was 60-75% dry and after applying it I blowed dried it. My hair turned out quite frizzier than usual and stiff rather than bouncy volume. By the end of the day my hair was flat, stiff, and oily than usual.2