HOW TO USE IT - Wash your hair with shampoo and then conditioner. I find that if I use the Pantene Pro V Perfect Curls shampoo and conditioner I get a much better result. - Towel dry your hair slightly to get rid of excess water. - De-tangle your hair using your fingers or a wide tooth comb- I never use a brush as it can cause damage to your hair and stretches out natural curls. -Then, shake the bottle and apply a 'peach sized' amount to the palm of your hand. - Apply evenly through hair and distribute using your fingers or a wide tooth comb. - Scrunch your hair with your hands to encourage curls to develop. - Leave to dry naturally for loose curls and waves or use a hair dryer with a diffuser.
RESULTS- POSITIVES - This gives very natural looking hair and does not stick or go hard like other mousses can tend to do. - The product seems to increase the shininess of my hair to giving the illusion that it is really healthy. - Curls become a lot more defined. - No frizziness. - Lasts all day and if I go to sleep and wake up my hair is still not frizzy although of course the curls are a lot looser and it is more wavey. - The product makes my hair smell lovely. - Even when it rains and your hair gets wet and re-dries there is no frizziness.
NEGATIVES - If you apply too much it can make your hair go hard, but this is the same for all mousses. - Can only be applied to damp hair. - The bottle is only available in one size and is quite large- it would be good if they did a smaller travel sized one.
PRICE - The price is around £2.90 in boots/superdrug/tesco/sainsbury/asda/ etc. - This is more expensive than shops own brands (Boots own brand is 99p), but it is a lot cheaper than salon branded products (Tigi Bed Head Foxy Curls is around £7.99) - The product is widely available from most supermarkets and boots and superdrug.
OVERALL - The mousse works wonders for my hair and lasts all day. - The price is quite decent and is a lot cheaper than salon brands. - I would recommend this product to people with curly/wavy hair.