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How to Use a Curl Defining Mousse for your Best Wash and Go Ever!

We all know what a failed wash and go looks like. It’s unevenly shrunken, undefined, and dull. It can be so frustrating when you are trying to pin down the perfect routine. Our SET Curl Defining Mousse could be just the thing you’re missing. Here’s a step by step guide on how to use a curl defining mousse for your best wash and go ever! 

The SET Curl Defining Mousse provides intense curl definition and flexible hold. And it’s Infused with botanical extracts and natural humectants  such as ginger, rosemary and aloe leaf juice which help to condition and nourish the hair stands, leaving hair feeling soft, healthy and shiny. All this makes it the perfect wash and go tool! 

MICHE Beauty Curl Defining Mousse

Start With Clean Hair

Any good wash and go starts with a good wash. It’s important that you rid your scalp and strands of any dirt or excess oil. This will allow you to apply your products more smoothly and evenly. It will also make for a more shiny and bouncy wash and go. Once your hair is washed, conditioned, and rinsed, apply a leave-in before you get ready to apply your mousse. 

Apply Mousse In Sections

Split your wet hair into sections. The thicker your hair, the smaller you’re gonna wanna make your sections. Apply a generous amount of mousse to your tips and then up the length of your hair. Technique matters! Be sure to smooth and define your curls as you go. You can also twirl each curl around your finger to define it further. 

Allow Hair To Dry Undisturbed

Whether you sit under a hooded dryer, use a diffuser, or air dry, you should allow your hair to dry relatively undisturbed. You don’t want to touch it, because you could disrupt the curls and cause frizz. We do want to add, however, that when using a mousse, a hooded dryer or diffuser will give you the best results. 

 

Have you tried our new SET Curl Defining Mousse? Let us know what you thought in the comments. 




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