Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam | Thin Hair Solutions

Monday, 19 December 2016

Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam | Thin Hair Solutions  

I have found the solution for fine hair that doesn't want to curl, and it's the Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam!! This stuff is the bees knees and it's cheap as chips, it will hold style prevent frizz and won't make your hair crunchy, bonus.

The Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam enhances texture with long-lasting memory that controls frizz, adds shine and balances moisture. Styling and bodifying agents, combined with panthenol, provide touchable hold, which is also what makes it non crunchy or sticky once styled. Emollient conditioners smooth the surface of the hair which prevents frizz, in even the hottest or coldest of temperature. 

The foam comes out very liquid like and you don't think it will foam up at first, but given a few seconds exposed to the air it creates a massive amount of foam to distribute throughout the hair shaft. I've found the best way to use this is on damp hair that's been squeezed dry with a towel, not rubbed dry because you'll damage your hair! Then once you've parted your hair and combed through it apply the mouse evenly using your fingers to work it into the shaft, and smoothing the hair down. Then using a round brush to style into what ever style you so desire! 

 The mouse creates the most gorgeous, crunch-free, defined curls that will honestly last me 4 days!! Bearing in mind that you pop your hair in a bun during the night, to keep them beautifully curly. So if you've got fine limp hair that never stays curled then this is your saving grace! Or if you've got curly unruly hair then this will be your smoothing defining grace. 

What's the worst styling foam you've tried? 

Emma x

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