September 15, 2015

Review | Paul Mitchell flexible style Sculpting Foam

I'm happy to announce that I'm part of the #jolietesterin team of the German magazin Jolie. They kindly sent me the Paul Mitchell flexible style Sculpting Foam* for testing. I'm using this product for a few weeks now, so here is what I'm thinking about it so far (:
It's said that this conditioning foam can be used for either wavy or straight hair styles. Primarily it gives your hair texture to make hairstyles much easier but at the same time it's supposed to be moisturizing. It controls frizz and adds shine at the same time.
How to use?
Shake it well. Dispense upside down and distribute the product evenly throughout hair. Style as desired.
Texture & scent 
The foam is very thick and so easy to apply in your hair. It really helps to define my curls and to add volume. However, I don't feel like it controls the frizz or adds any extra shine to my hair. The mousse is very conditioning, so it makes my hair feeling super soft and very lightweight, it leaves my hair looking like there is absolutely no product on them at all! It's great to achieve full bouncy waves or curls that are crunch-free. My natural hair is wavy, so if I don't want to make that much afford, I just scrunch it into my hair and I'm good to go. But for straight hairstyles it personally doesn't work for me.
The scent is really tropical. It smells like coconut. If you love a really STRONG coconut scent in your hair, this is perfect for you. But I'm not a huge fan of this sweet artificial fragrance ... it's too much!

Are there any products by Paul Mitchell you really like?
Nati xx

*PR sample

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