What mousse should I use for my hair?
May 13, 2014 9:22 AM Subscribe
I have thin, curly, short hair. I used to use Redken Fresh Curls Spring Mousse and it worked beautifully on me. It wasn't sticky, it didn't crunch up my hair and I was able to apply it, let my hair air-dry, and my curls would form, essentially frizz-free (in Florida's humid environment!) and look great. But now, Redken has discontinued that mousse. What can I replace it with?
posted by lea724 to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (10 answers total) 22 users marked this as a favorite
I was buying it off of ebay for a while, but I've stopped doing that and am looking for a replacement mousse. My hairdresser recommended that I not use the product that Redken replaced the mousse with, which is too sticky for what I like.
I'm currently trying Redken's "full frame 07 - protective volumize mousse" which I don't love, but I guess it gets the job done.
I'm not married to the Redken brand; I've stuck with it in the past because I liked the product and it's easy to obtain through my hair salon.
The only style requirements I have is that I like working with a mousse (versus a cream or a leave-in product), so I'd like to stick with that if possible, and I will not be blow-drying my hair. This has to be something that I can put on my hair while wet, and let air dry.
Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you!