Hair mousse is one product which is not that commonly used by Indian women, but if you have thin and wispy hair, it can be an absolute savior. I have been using the Loreal Professionnel Tecni Art Volume Lift Spray since the past few years and because many people have not talked about this product on the internet, I thought that I should share my two cents about it.
This root lifting spray comes in a spray can with a narrow nozzle and the consistency is that of a foamy mousse. As per the packaging, you are supposed to spray on the product directly at the roots, on shampooed and towel-dried hair and then style them using your fingers or a blow dryer. I personally prefer to spray some product onto my fingers and then apply it to my roots while lifting them upwards. This helps in adding some volume at the roots that lasts for a couple of days.
You can also use this product throughout the lengths of your wet hair and then leave them in braids overnight to get natural looking waves the next day. However, be careful with the amount of product you use. A little goes a long way and too much of the mousse can give a wet look to your hair. One small sphere of the product (the size of a ping pong ball) gives a stiff yet natural look to the roots so that they hold the hairstyle better and do not look limp.
A 250ml can of this product is priced at INR 775 on Amazon and you can also find it at some of the bigger drugstores in India. One can lasts a very long time and is, therefore, worth the price. I will recommend the Loreal Tecni Art Volume Lift Hair Mousse to all the ladies who have baby hair and flyaways that ruin any hairstyle with their fluffy appearance. This is a good buy for those with unmanageable hair but if you have naturally thick and sleek hair then this product might not be as suitable for you.