L'Oreal Elvive Styliste Root Lifting Mousse Reviews
Description:Brand: L'Oreal / Stylng Mousse / Type: Hair Mousse / Subcategory: Hair Treatment / What it does: Lifts,
Newest Review: ... at around £3. It was a good brand, so I picked it up and paid for it, and used it the very next time I washed my hair. The ... more
Customer L'Oreal Elvive Styliste Root Lifting Mousse Reviews (4)
by - written on 01/03/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Being a bit of a girly girl, I like to play around with different hair styles now and then, and one day I decided I wanted to have scrunched, curly hair for a day out, but late at night I realised I had run out of mousse and had to make a last minute dash to Tesco Express (in my pyjamas!) in the desperate hope that they would have some sort of mousse for me to use. Turns out they only had one mousse, and this was the L'Oreal Elvive Styliste Root Lifting Mousse. I just grabbed the mousse and took it home, ready for use the next morning when I got up. The next morning, after my shower I grabbed the can of mousse and set about getting my hair scrunched and curly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 139 readings)
When it comes to my hair I normally have it straightened as I find it much easier to manage. It is currently just above my shoulders which for me a great length now I'm a mum. However, my hair is naturally wavy/ curly but without the frizz. I very rarely have my hair au natural because it's a hassle to deal with even though it's quicker for me to do once washed. Whilst on holiday I cannot be bothered to sit and straighten my hair and even though my hair isn't always affected by humidity I can't get it, how I can at home so I would rather not bother. Before my holiday at the beginning of the year I needed to pick up a can of hair mousse and unfortunately I left ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/11 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I am not one for spending hours glamming up. I have a pretty simple routine, especially when it comes to hair care. My hair is really thick, and has a natural curl which tends to drop out really quickly and then go frizzy. My routine is that when my hair is freshly washed, a blob of mousse is applied with my fingers through my hair to seperate my curls and give my hair a nice shape showing off the layers better. I have never been that fussy about mousse. After all, it is not much to fuss about. I mainly look at the cost when buying it and pick up the cheapest available at that particular time. The last time I ran out, I didn't have time to go to a big shop, so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I have to say that I'm rather under whelmed with this styling mousse from L'Oreal and it is not a product that I would recommend to anyone. It is a pretty standard hair styling mousse but it does not have the staying power that I would want and therefore it cannot be relied upon to last the day or night. It cost £3.29 which I guess is not a lot but there are cheaper brands out there that will get better results. It comes in a fairly standard can with a pump action dispenser. The mousse itself is white in colour and reasonably thick and creamy with a rather chemical smell to it. It certainly provides enough control when I first styled my hair and it massages ... Read the complete review
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