Not special I wouldn't waste the time and money. I loved the mouse bottle packaging so I bought it. Ehhh.
Pros: gives some lift - I held hair in sections sprayed mousse to hair and scrunched it in my hair
Cons: no matter how much or little you use you still have a nasty stiff feeling gross. AG cosmetics volume mousse is great and doesn't do that. I can barely get the brush to blow dry through sometimes.i threw the rest away and bought the AG cosmetics one.
This was ok it wasn't anything special. I liked the spray bottle but I would spray onto my hand then apply to my hair. It held well and the smell was ok. Overall everything about it was ok it wasn't anything over the top or extraordinary.
This mousse leaves my hair looking dry and dull. If I use too little, there is no volumizing effect, and if I use too much, I can barely run the brush through my hair to blow dry. I haven't found the right amount to give me volume without the dryness. It also leaves behind a residue, which makes my hair feel sticky. On the positive side, it will hold a style because it gives your hair a some texture, but for the price, I expected a much better product.
Ugh, no, ew to this stuff. I'm so glad I just got a sample size of it. I started out using a tiny amount of this just to see how my hair would like it, and it made my hair HEAVIER and FLATTER than when I use no volumizing products at all. It makes my hair sticky and greasy and I have to avoid touching my hair because it makes my hands sticky, too. It doesn't look gross but it feels gross, and it doesn't do what you want it to do. Would not recommend.
I love using this mousse when I want to wear my hair in it's natural wavy state. It doesn't leave my hair crunchy or stiff, but it has a good hold and control. It is a too expensive, especially when Costco carries it.
Again, this product is expensive b/c it's big sexy hair. However, it works pretty good on volumizing and giving bounce. I would pick the hairspray over this though if I had to choose one. It works well with the hairspray, but it is pretty crunchy so I wouldn't use too much product.
This is actually the worst foam I`ve ever used.
Quite expensive, sticky and does absolutely nothing for my hair.
I`ve tried much cheaper brands that works better.
This actually goes for all their products I`ve tried(heat protecting, hairspray, mousse, dry wax etc etc .....Will never purchase their products again.
I really wanted to like this, but in all honesty, it didn't do what the name claims. I read a review that said that it leaves your hair greasy, heavy, and not at all volumized and I'd have to agree with her. It did nothing for me except have me wash my hair again to get this awful product out.
If you want volume, I'd go for Rusk Blofoam. It smells good, doesn't leave your hair crunchy, and it gives you all the volume you need.
I was SO EXCITED to finally buy a 'Big Sexy Hair' product.
I had heard that the company changed the product a couple times, but I was still excited to use this.
It sprays out kind of liquidy and turns into a foam. That's right, sprays. It reminded me of hairspray for the first few seconds.
It gives your hair a textured feeling, which is what I expected from a volumizing mousse.
Honestly, I have used Sally's Beauty store "turn up the heat protectant volumizing mousse'' and the mousse in that is much lighter which makes it easier to distribute through the roots.
AND much cheaper, with similar results.
I honestly like the cheaper results better....
I've only used my Big Sexy Hair Mousse twice, and I have that huge bottle sitting in my bathroom.
If you plan on using this product, find a way to try it out before buying, it might not work as well with your hair type as you expect it to.
I haven't bought this for myself, just for my best friend Flannery, but it really helps out us flat-haired girls! This is a great styling product, I only wish it were a little less expensive. I just sprinkle it on my roots, and then mess my hair about with my fingers, and the texture becomes sort of sticky. Very good to style my short hair and her long hair with. Definitely reccommend. I think it's even better than Aveda's Pure Abundance.