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Space.nk.apothecary Oribe Grandiose Hair Plumping Mousse
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on 2/23/2017 4:15:00 PM
More reviews by rustybag
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I wasn't as crazy about this mousse as everyone else. My hair is fine, on the thinner side, and wavy (2C texture). I was looking for a mousse to give it some body, without drying it out. L'Oreal made a mousse/ conditioner in the 90s that was perfect; it gave my hair lots of volume and shine, but did not dry it out, and I've been looking for something similar ever since.This mousse feels creamy. I used the smallest dollop I could get, started at my roots and worked my way down, then I blew it dry. My hair turn out okay, but it also feels like there is a residue, and my hair did not have body, it felt weighed down. I'm not sure how much less I could have used, the small dollop I got out was about the size of one of those rubber balls kids get out of vending machines at the store. And I used it on freshly clarified hair, with nothing else, so residue from other products wasn't a factor. The effect is like I put a moisturizing styling cream all over my hair instead of mousse, and my hair got greasier and limper as the day went on. Now about the smell. I heard so much about the scent being so amazing, but not much as far as what it actually smells like. The notes are bergamot, butterfly jasmine and sandalwood. I don't know what I was expecting, but when it first spray this, is has a sharp, citrusy cologne smell. Once your hair is dry, it's not as sharp smelling, but it does have an aftershave type of a scent, maybe similar to Dolce & Gabana light blue? Woody and aquatic. I don't know, I thought based on the notes it would be a little earthier smelling. I just don't like it, and you can smell it all day.This is insanely expensive to boot. My 0.8 ounce trail size was $10. 2.5 ounces is $22, 5 ounces $38. Highway robbery. I'm just not impressed :(
on 10/20/2016 2:49:00 PM
More reviews by K3lliii
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
This stuff is legit. I have fine but thick curly hair and it's hard to find a product that will enhance the texture of my hair without making it feel gross or weigh it down. I got a sample of this in a subscription box last month and have already shelled out the $36 to order the full size because it's that good. I use about a baseball sized blob and then blow dry while scrunching and my hair is big, bouncy, and soft. No stickiness or crunchiness. It's amazing. The smell is incredible too.
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on 5/19/2015 12:47:00 PM
More reviews by makeupLAL
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
Normally, I would consider mousse an old-lady product. It's one I associate with big hair from the 80s. My fine hair usually winds up feeling sticky or stiff and weighted down. But this gives me amazing volume with no stiffness or residue. My hair is normally fine and prone to frizz in humidity. But with this product my hair still looks clean, but it looks like it's about 30% thicker. And in high humidity yesterday I went for an hour long walk and my hair did not frizz very much at all (with no hair spray). This was the only product that was new. I didn't even consider that it might keep frizz away. After washing and conditioning, on wet hair I use my Fekkai Glossing Cream in a pea size amount first. Then I use the Oribe Mousse in a ping-pong ball size amount near my roots and crown and another ping-pong ball amount through my length (my hair is shoulder length). I add a heat protectant (Sebastian Trilliant in four squirts). The result is fantastic--bouncy volume without weight or greasiness. The perfumey-scent does linger and the first time I used it I could smell it for hours, so if you are sensitive to scents, this is something to keep in mind. But it's not obnoxious and for the effect I can put up with the scent. Love this and it is worth the price.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 2/7/2015 9:00:00 PM
More reviews by sabrunka
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
Alright, so I bought this on a whim a while back (have since run out, waiting for my replacement to arrive) and I LOVE it. I didn't realize how much I loved it though, until I started playing around with my other styling products. I noticed that my hair didn't have as much body, or it felt flat, staticky, etc.. Then went back to this mousse, and my hair felt and looked awesome again. I add a dollop to wet/damp hair and just blow dry and I am super satisfied!!
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 7/23/2014 3:51:00 AM
More reviews by Jeannine
Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool
Hair: Red, Straight, Fine
I don't know what moved me to try this. I usually have horrible luck with volume products. I have fine limp stringy hair that causes me grief, no matter what I use I'm usually left with crunchy, stiff or dirty looking hair that either weighs my hair down or only holds it's volume for an hour or until I step out into a slight breeze or lay my head against a headrest, etc. You get the idea. A ten minute nap and my hair is usually not worthy of going out.If you look at my reviews you'll see that this is the first product that has inspired me to write a review in TEN YEARS. This is HG, life changing for my hair. I don't know how this product is so different than everything else I've used but it is. My hair is full, bouncy, shiny, feels like I have 50% more of it and it holds the volume ALL DAY long, even in wind, even through a nap. I can comb through it and it's freshened up and just as nice as when I just did it. I have never, ever been able to do that. I've never used a product of any kind that has made me so happy. Using it for the first time I was quite squeamish, using only a small bit of it. I was afraid of the stiff, dirty hair these types of products usually cause. Next day I was afraid of increasing the amt used as sometimes less is more but went ahead anyway. More was definitely more. Anyway, I can use a big mass of this and have never ended up with dirty looking or bad results. Unlike the previous review, I don't start at the ends, I start at the top and work down, leaving hardly any at the ends of my hair. This is wonderful stuff. If you have fine, limp or thin hair stop reading this review and get yourself some of this. I got mine at Blue Mercury in Corte Madera. It was $35 and while that seems expensive for mouse, I'd still buy it if it were 3x the price. I've been using this for three weeks now and it hasn't dried my hair out or left a buildup.
18 of 19 people found this helpful.
on 10/24/2013 7:33:00 PM
More reviews by LUVrascal
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
After trying so many different mousses I realized that I'm mousse-phobic because I either end up with crunchy hair that hurts to brush out, or an unattractive residue that takes away any natural shine and softness. So what happened the first time I used this? Firstly I ended up dispensing way too much and was left contemplating a huge cloud of mousse in my hand that could cover two heads of hair. Secondly, I decided to actually use all of it instead of making the wiser choice and wiping some off. Thirdly, it gave me the most amazingly soft, volumized hair without even having to use a brush while I gave myself a blow out. I was immediately and forever hooked. My hair is fine (read: limp), bottom of my shoulder blade length, highlighted, and layered, and I have tons of it. It does well with certain products but since it's fine it can look stringy and greasy easily and be weighed down with barely any effort on my part. This makes my hair weightless, silky, and visibly thicker and very full while still allowing me to glide my fingers through it and toss my hair around. It has nice memory too and helps enhance my natural wave. No sticky texture at all. I can rub it all through my hair and feel no need to wash my hands afterwards. It just melts into my hair and it still looks shiny and touchable.Since that first time I've been using about half that amount, about the size of a ping pong ball to a golf ball, depending on what else I'm using in my hair at the time. I rub it through my hands to spread it out a little and it feels so lovely and poufy, and doesn't dissolve into the styrofoam bubble texture of so many mousses. It's the softest, creamiest mousse I've ever tried. Then I try to distribute it all throughout my hair as evenly as possible starting with the ends and working my way up to my scalp so the majority doesn't end up at my roots. Then I comb through and blow dry. That's it. Sometimes I use my flatiron to add curls but usually I just pin it in a bun for an hour or two and when I let it down I have pretty waves that last through the next day. Once in awhile I finish it off with Oribe's Thick-Dry Finishing Spray. I use a leave-in conditioner underneath and the occasional other styling product and it combines well with everything. Smells fresh and very faint, less fragranced than other Oribe products. It's expensive but I've never tried anything better on my hair and it makes a massive difference in both the look and the texture of my hair. I didn't like Oribe's Surf-Comber mousse and wasn't going to try this at all but I've had so much success with a few of their other products that I bought this anyway and I will keep doing so as long as they keep making it.
21 of 21 people found this helpful.
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