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Hey, sweet, babies, welcome back to my channel.
If you are new here, welcome and please subscribe today, y'all I'm going to get into a new moose.
Y'all know, I love moves, mostly just convenient like it's, just one of those go-to stylers when you need your hair to dry fast, you need your hair to be cute, but you ain't got all day to be doing your hair.
I love it for twist outs.
And ron says, I have not perfected it for a wash and go.
But we working on it.
Another style that I don't do very often are braid outs.
So today, I'm going to do like a braid and girl situation and the mousse that we're going to use today is this cream of nature, pure, honey, moisture and twist, curling mousse.
It says, it's for dry and dehydrated hair.
It has pure, honey, rich, coconut.
Oil, shea butter, no sulfates petroleum silicones mineral oils or drying alcohol.
I do like that original argan oil mousse.
And I do have their coconut moulds, which I haven't tried.
And I heard that was nice and moisturizing.
But when I saw this, I definitely wanted to give it a try.
So let me part my hair in sections and let's get started.
So now my hair is in four sections and we're gonna get started with this braid and curl.
My braiding is not my forte like, I know how to braid, but braid outs, really just don't come out great for me.
So, but it's date night, I need my hair to dry fast.
So this is the time when I will run to a mousse.
So I'm gonna start back here in the back and I'm gonna do kind of like, I guess chunky.
Braids they'll be chunky for me.
My hair is like a low to medium density.
So it may not look chunky to you, but it's gonna be chunky to me.
So I have two sections in the front three in the back.
This is one and I'm gonna probably cut this one in half like this and do two braids in each section in the back so let's see how it looks and smells nice and sweet it's, fluffy, but still kind of stiff like it's, not very runny.
So I like that, it does say to apply it from the ends up so that's, what I better be doing, it feels nice smooth and thick for a mousse so I'm going to take the three sections.
I think I got it through there, pretty good I'm going to take three sections and go ahead and braid this up if I can remember how I'm so used to twist outs, okay and I'm gonna take this part here at the end and put it on the orange rod, just roll it up a few times and bam secure over the top braid number one.
So I guess with the mousse it's really not much.
You can say about it until it's dry as far as the texture.
I love that it's, nice and thick, not super runny, it's, not super sticky.
Even though it has honey in it like I've used mousses that were way more sticky than this.
So that's, good that it's not really sticky, even though I don't mind it.
But I know a lot of people don't like the sticky feeling.
So this one is not too sticky, but there's a light stickiness to let.
You know that honey is in there I'm using about two pumps per section and it's, weighing my hair down, really nicely and smoothing through my hair, real good too.
So like I said, I used two pumps on each section probably more on that one and look how it's just soaked in to my hair already so okay, cream of nature.
So these are our two braids in the back so I'm gonna go ahead and braid up the other sections and come back when it's done.
So I got the braids all through my hair.
This is what they're looking like now I have 17 braids in my hair.
I don't know what word I thought that was a chunky braid out.
But here we are.
So the move says that you should air dry or diffuse I'm gonna sit under the dryer.
My hair was already blown out.
So it should not take long to dry I'm.
Gonna sit under there while I figure out what I'm wearing and let's hope and pray.
This braiding curl comes on cute when my hair is all dry.
I will come back and give you guys my final thoughts on this moose cause so far.
I like it, of course, the real test is when it's dry is it gonna give me whole at least for a few days is it gonna be frizzy? Is it gonna be dry? Is it gonna have a decent amount of hole? It does say it's the moisture and twist curling moves for dry and dehydrated hair.
So I'm expecting my hair to be nice and shiny have a nice amount of moisture.
And a nice amount of definition to get me through at least three days when I use the mousse, I don't expect it to last me for seven days.
But if I can get me a good three, maybe even five I'm cool with that.
So let's dry my hair and I'll see y'all when it's dry.
Okay, you guys so I'm back.
And this is our braid and curl turn around.
So you can see it.
So I like it, but I don't love it like I said as far as the texture goes, it feels nice and thick and rich, and it feels moisturizing glided through my hair, really well, kind of weighed my hair down, and it didn't revert, my hair really fast.
So I did like that about it.
I do feel like this is a nice moisturizing type of foam, it's, not drying at all.
However, it doesn't give me enough hole.
It needs to give me a little bit more hold now.
Granted, I'm, not the biggest fan of braid outs.
And I don't take them out very well.
I do cause a lot of frizz when I'm doing it.
But also this is a super lightweight type of hole.
So this would be great for rod sets, but as far as braid outs, twist outs for me, it doesn't have quite enough holes.
So I definitely want to try again for a ride say, I feel like my rod set is going to be super soft, fluffy and bouncy when I have more hole, it causes less frizz during the takedown.
So I do need a little bit more hold.
I can see why this doesn't say that you should use it for wash and goes, because it really doesn't have enough hole for a wash and go.
I mean, not for type 4 here, not for my type, 4 hair.
But I do like it for moisture and shine.
It gave me a really nice shine on my hair, even though I have some frizz, my hair, doesn't, look, dull and ashy to me.
It has decent definition, but not a lot, especially like at the ends, maybe that's due to my lack of knowing how to separate a braid and curl.
But I think if I would have had a little more hold, I wouldn't have as much for you so I'm, not going to give up on this foam.
I want to try it again for a rise set to see how it does for that.
But as far as moisture and shine.
This is very good for that.
So if you use your phone for styles that really don't require a lot of hold, this would be good.
You get the moisture you get the shine, and you get the soft fluffy hair.
This hair is soft and fluffy definitely not bad.
If you need a one and done type of mousse, just to give you a quick hairdo for the day, because I didn't tell you guys this, but I didn't even use alleviate.
All I did was blew my hair out with just like waters, a little bit of lightweight oil and a heat protectant.
But I didn't use the leave-in.
So for me to not have used the leave-in, my hair does feel nice and moisturized.
So I'm impressed by that with this mousse, if it just gave me a little bit more hold, it would be perfect.
So let me know if you guys are going to try this mousse, make sure you like this video comment share.
And of course, subscribe and I'll see y'all in the next one bye.
This is because most hair mousse is water-based & formulated with important proteins & conditioning oils. These proteins & oils not only keep your hair healthy, but they also add moisture to your curls to prevent dryness & add shine.Does curly hair mousse work? ›
Mousse is an excellent product for curly hair. It helps to style your hair, gives it a soft and smooth texture, and makes it shiny and bouncy. Mousse also helps in holding the curls in place!What order should I wash my 4C hair? ›
- Step 1; Hydrate your hair. ...
- Step 2; Double cleansing. ...
- Step 3; Conditioning. ...
- Step 4; Detangling. ...
- Step 5; Masking. ...
- Step 6; Rinsing and Drying. ...
- Step 7; Moisturize. ...
- Step 6; Make it a weekly affair.
Wash 4A hair once to twice a month with a co-wash or hydrating shampoo. As this type of hair is prone to moisture loss, washing it less frequently allows the natural oils & sebum to stick around for longer.Does mousse make hair curlier? ›
A hair mousse does not make the hair curly.
You can apply hair mousse before blow drying and using curling tongs. If you have naturally curly hair, mousse can only help you define the curls. It has buildable coverage and can be layered with other hair styling products to define your natural curls.
Can Hair Mousse Be Used Daily? Because hair mousse typically contains alcohol that can dry out the hair, it's best not to use it daily. Instead, aim for once a week or on certain occasions when you're looking to give your style some extra oomph.What is better for curly hair gel or mousse? ›
A mousse offers light definition for loose, bouncy curls — but the hold doesn't last long and you'll likely need to reapply the product several times to maintain your style throughout the day. By comparison, a gel offers strong definition and long lasting hold which is great for sleek styles.Do you put curl mousse on wet or damp hair? ›
Always use the mousse on semi-wet hair that has been towel dried, ideally after having cleaned it free from other product traces and residual dirt. Using hair mousse on dry hair will often only serve to mat it and dull its appearance. Amount: The amount of product you use will depend on your hair length.What does Type 4 hair look like? ›
At a glance, type 4 hair appears as a mass of tight coils brimming with vitality. This hair type comes with a spongy hair texture that can feel soft and fine or rough and coarse, depending on individual hair thickness.Is it better to wash 4c hair with hot or cold water? ›
Tip 1: “Curly hair should be washed in cool water.”
If you wash your hair with cool water, you're missing out on softer, shinier, more hydrated, cleaner, healthier 4C hair. In other words, everything. Hot water has more energy, it penetrates the strand better, which means you get more moisture and more flexibility.
This type of hair is known to be highly prone to breakage, dryness and brittleness than other hair types. This is the sole reason why 4c hair should be washed as little as possible on a weekly basis and put in protective styles for both women & men to avoid any further damage.Can I wet my type 4 hair everyday? ›
Yes, you can wet natural hair everyday, and it is actually advised to do so to maintain moisture. Let's be clear though: by wetting your hair, we don't meanwashing it. We simply mean rinsing natural hair either in the shower or spritzing water over your hair.How long can you go without washing type 4 hair? ›
Generally speaking, the majority of people, regardless of their hair type or hair texture, can go two to three days without washing their hair. For those of us with textured hair, our sebum – the natural oil our scalp produces – takes much longer to travel down the hair shaft than those with straight, fine hair.What makes curly hair curlier? ›
A good deep conditioner can make curls curlier, softer, and shinier. It can also help to repair damage caused by heat styling and dyed hair. Treat your hair to an intensively hydrating conditioning treatment once or twice a month to quench its thirst and give it bounce and elasticity.Does scrunching your hair make it curlier? ›
Scrunching is the best way to get defined curls on curly and wavy hair and it's easy to do. This method is perfect for frizz-free, defined curls on looser curl patterns.What helps keep curls in your hair? ›
Allowing your curls to cool will also help get them to stay. Once hair is curled, pin the curls in place with a clip or bobby pin. The heat from the curling iron makes your hair change its shape. When you clip it, you are making sure it stays in your desired shape, even as it cools.What happens if you put too much mousse in your hair? ›
Too much usage of hair mousse may dry out your hair strands and cause damage. 3. If your hair is chemically treated, then overusing mousse may have adverse effects on your hair.Does mousse keep curls in? ›
Hair mousse is a super versatile foam that you can use to give some hold and definition to strands, as well as protect and tame your hair and give unruly curls some control. Mousse helps keep frizz in check and helps make your curls bouncier. Using the right amount of hair mousse can really make a difference.Is mousse good for thin hair? ›
Why Use A Hair Mousse For Thin Hair? Thin hair often looks dull and frizzy. Applying mousse to thin hair boosts the volume from the roots, sculpts your strands, and gives long-lasting volume. It also helps fight humidity and encourages hair shine and definition.What is the difference between curl foam and mousse? ›
As for the difference between foams and mousses? It all comes down to consistency. Both types of products are similar, except foams are usually more lightweight than mousses which tend to have a texture closer to whipped cream.
Want the benefits of both? Apply a cream formula first as a primer, then layer on gel to lock in moisture and define your curls. If volume is your #1 goal, try a foam or mousse to boost your curls' body.What can I use instead of mousse for curly hair? ›
If you're looking to add dimension and frizz-control to wavy, curly, coily or straight hair, styling gel can be a go-to product. For updos without flyaways, static or unwanted reactions to humidity, it's your best friend. Likewise, it can give short hairstyles, waves and curls precise definition.What's the best mousse to scrunch with? ›
- Kevin Murphy Body Builder Volumizing Mousse. ...
- Curlsmith Bouncy Strength Volume Foam. ...
- Ouidad VitalCurl + Soft Defining Mousse. ...
- SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Frizz-Free Curl Mousse. ...
- Not Your Mother's Curl Talk Curl Activating Mousse. ...
- Design Essentials Curl Enhancing Mousse. ...
- DevaCurl Frizz-Fighting Volumizing Foam.
- Mist dry curls with a fine mist sprayer until they are saturated. They do not need to be soaking wet.
- Apply a generous amount of mousse in sections, raking through them as you go.
- Smooth together smaller curls to form larger curl clumps.
- Gently scrunch the curl clumps and allow them to air dry.
There's a right way to layer your hair care.
"For example, if you're going for a soft style with a light hold, you may opt for only a leave-in conditioner and a mousse," she shares, noting that the general order of application would still apply. "The leave-in conditioner would be first and the mousse last," she says.
Shaking the can before using it is essential. The container is pressurized, so giving it a few shakes before spraying will help maintain the mousse's light, fluffy appearance. What happens when you forget to shake the can is the mousse will come out as a runny, sticky liquid, which isn't what you want.Why won't my hair hold a curl anymore? ›
You're not using the right styling products before and after curling. One of the top reasons your hair won't hold a curl is due to the products you're using (or not using). Products that are too heavy on your hair will be counter-productive and weigh hair down, even if it's a specific curl-holding product.How often should you moisturize Type 4 hair? ›
Generally, you should use a leave-in conditioner in your 4C hair every 7-10 days. However, if your hair is dry and damaged, you can use it more often. When should I moisturize my 4C hair? You can condition your hair after every wash and deep condition your hair once every 2-3 days.How do you style natural type 4 hair? ›
- Two Strand Twists. Go for a two-strand twist style. ...
- Twist Braid Updo. Add a twist to your updo. ...
- 3. Box Braids. Box braids are a classic style for 4c hair. ...
- Bantu knots. Rock your Bantu knots! ...
- Afro. ...
- Puff. ...
- Buns or Space Buns.
The LOC method is one of the best ways you can keep 4C hair moisturized. This method relies on hydrating the hair with water or water-based product. The moisture is then sealed in with an oil, and then the hair cuticles are closed using a cream, which prevents loss of moisture.
Step 1: Check your water temps.
Much like skin, hot water can dry hair out. While it feels luxurious to run hot water through your hair, the heat can strip your hair of essential oils. Wash with lukewarm or room temperature water instead, and finish with a cool rinse.
While other hair types are encouraged not to brush hair when it's wet, as it's true this is when hair is most fragile, with curls brushing dry hair just won't do. The key is to use a hair brush that's safe for wet strands and to make sure you're especially gentle.How many times a week should I comb my 4C hair? ›
While there isn't a one-size-fits-all answer, a general rule of thumb is to comb 4C hair only as needed to remove tangles and style it, usually a few times a week. This frequency allows for the removal of product build-up and the maintenance of a clean, healthy scalp without over-drying or causing damage to your hair.How often should I use leave in conditioner on 4C hair? ›
How Often Should You Use Leave-in Conditioner for 4c Hair. The best time to apply leave-in conditioners is after a wash day. Your hair will respond best to your leave-in stylers when it's freshly clean and conditioned. Otherwise you may experience flakes in your styles and an increased itchiness on your scalp.Is it OK to condition 4C hair everyday? ›
as much as you'd like to enjoy an enhancing deep conditioning treatment as often as you can, we gotta set some boundaries. as long as you're not doing it daily, it's safe to bless your strands weekly or biweekly! (depending on your 4C hair health, you'll know when it needs a dose of this extra moisture.)Is it OK to wet curly hair everyday? ›
A good rule of thumb: If your curls feel dry, try washing less frequently. Washing your curls everyday can remove the natural oils of your curls and makes it difficult to retain moisture. However, that doesn't mean you shouldn't wet your hair. "Rinse and condition more often; shampoo less," Hallman advises.Can I sleep with wet 4c hair? ›
It should only be slightly damp, and definitely not completely wet. Sleeping with completely wet hair damages the follicle and causes breakage, so you'll want to blast it with the hairdryer to dry out 70 per cent of your hair, or let it naturally dry till it's just a little damp,” says Sabanayagam.How do you sleep with wet type 4 hair? ›
If you find yourself going to bed with wet hair, here are a few tips on how to protect curls at night: Sleep with a silk or satin bonnet, scarf or pillowcase. Dry your hair as much as you can with a t-shirt or towel, like PATTERN's microfiber towel for curly hair.How do you rehydrate curls in the morning? ›
Lightly mist your curls with water. Don't oversaturate your hair. Since your curls already has product in it, the water will reactivate the product and help your curls to re-clump. Then, use your fingers or a styling tool to gently smooth out your curls and give them shape.Does Type 4 hair grow slower? ›
While some people believe that Type 4 hair grows slower than other hair types, that is a misconception fueled by breakage and extreme shrinkage. Type 4 hair grows at the same rate as other types of hair.
Your type 4 natural hair is constantly dry because your hair needs more than a dime size of product. To moisturize your hair, put it into sections. Sometimes, I am too lazy to do that, but I know it works better if I have at least 4 sections. It is important that the entire hair receives equal amounts of nourishment.What does mousse do for African American hair? ›
Mousse provides some hold as well as added volume, and can be an alternative to heavier hair sprays. Mousse is also a great product for those with natural hair to use, as it helps define natural curls or bring out some waves when using a curling iron.What does mousse do for afro hair? ›
Hair Mousse for Afro hair is specifically made for type 4 kinky hair, they help to counteract dryness and convert the texture from wiry and rough to soft and smooth. Being prone to dehydration and shrinking, the best mousse for soft curls is the one that is gel based or something that keeps your strands moisturized.Why do braiders use mousse? ›
Long-lasting Hold: Hair mousse for braid is the perfect finishing touch to all your protective hairstyles because it holds and seals your braids in place and makes them long last hold. It locks in moisture and helps you keep your hairstyle longer.What is the point of hair mousse? ›
Hair mousse adds volume to hair and provides both conditioning and hold, without any clumps or build-up. It is a hairstyling product which works by using synthetic resins to coat the hairs, to assist the hair in taking a certain shape.Why is my hair frizzy after mousse? ›
This is usually caused by applying products that are heavy in proteins or denatured alcohols to dry hair. Gels and mousse can also cause wet frizz. The best way to prevent flash drying when using protein-rich products, gels, or mousse is to first start with a protein-free leave-in conditioner and or a curl cream.Can I sleep with mousse in my hair? ›
Hair with a little wave is perfect for night-before styling. Wash your hair before bed. Gently towel dry, and apply a dollop of mousse — the mousse keeps curls intact while you're sleeping.Does mousse tighten curls? ›
“Mousse will provide a strong hold to help maintain a tighter curl pattern and maximum volume,” explains Kaleel. “Plus, it encases the hair and therefore holds moisturizing [ingredients] in the hair for longer periods of time, keeping your curls healthy,” she says.Does mousse make curls last? ›
"Mousses contain hair fixatives to achieve volume," explains cosmetic chemist Ni'Kita Wilson. "The fixatives surround the hair strands, making them temporarily 'thicker,' which increases volume. They also happen to lock strands in place, which is why they make your curls last longer."What is the best mousse for natural hair? ›
- Suave Simply Styled Flexible Definition Wave Mousse. ...
- For Every Hair Type Smooth & Style Mousse.
- SheaMoisture Wig & Weave Tea Tree & Borage Seed Oil Flyaway & Wrap Mousse. ...
- Suave Professionals Captivating Curls Mousse Cream. ...
- Dove Curls Defining Mousse. ...
- Nexxus Mousse Plus Volumizing Foam.
Oludele recommends boiling a pot of hot water, then dipping a towel into it. Using tongs, remove the towel from the pot and let it cool enough so that it's still very warm, but not too hot to touch. Then, lay the towel on top of your braided hair. The hot water will tamp down the frizz and freshen your braids.What can I put on my braids to stop frizz? ›
Use A Pomade Or Gel. Once your hair is parted correctly and sectioned off, technique and products are essential. Brooklyn-based hairstylist and owner of MyTresses salon, Simone Cremona, tells Refinery29 that the easiest way to prevent frizz is by using pomade or gel while you braid.Do you use mousse on wet or dry hair? ›
Always use the mousse on semi-wet hair that has been towel dried, ideally after having cleaned it free from other product traces and residual dirt. Using hair mousse on dry hair will often only serve to mat it and dull its appearance. Amount: The amount of product you use will depend on your hair length.