The Most Interesting Mousse I've Ever Tried


Doesn't it look exactly like whipped cream? The extra creamy kind that you spritz out of a can? Sebastian Whipped Creme is one of the thickest mousse products that I have ever used on my hair. And it's not too thick - you don't get a greasy coat of anything when you apply it, just soft conditioning and a light hold that seems to last all day.

I tend to use it on days that I know I'm going to let my hair dry curly (what my husband refers to as "friendly" hair, meaning that my usual straight hair is mean? I have no idea - I don't even try and understand him most of the time). I don't need to put anything else in there, just a dollop of this and my hair is soft, manageable, and not frizzy at all. If you don't need a lot of control in your hair when you're drying it straight or giving yourself a blowout with a round brush, then Sebastian Whipped Creme would be perfect for you. If you are the type to set your hair in rollers because you have infinite patience and an intense desire for gorgeous hair, then you will also love Sebastian Whipped Creme. Try it - I promise it will work better than the current setting lotion you're using. I am obviously a fan.

Sebastian Whipped Creme retails for about $19. Visit Sebastion online to find a salon near you.

1 comments:

Glossy said...

Oh this sounds divine! I'm going to try it! :)

August 29, 2008 at 4:24 PM

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Meredith Edwards-Cornwall is the founder of online lifestyle websites RetrodivasBeauty.com and RetrodivasCloset.com. She is also known as @retrodiva on Twitter. She specializes in drinking large amounts of espresso, shopping, and enjoying social media. In all of her free time she writes for StyleBakeryMom.com twice a week, and does various other freelance gigs involving writing, designing, and generally being awesome. While she believes that success is indeed a job in New York, she currently resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia with her husband, two children, and two cats and has hung on to her day job.
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