Thursday, November 10, 2011

Review: DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam

Hey ladies! It's that time again, my favorite time I might add, review time. Today's lovely concotion? The newest styler from the folks at DevaCurl; Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam. So let's get right to it!

Normally when I'm at the drugstore, or wherever and I'm checking out the hair products aisle, I just avoid mousse/foam products altogether. I never seem to get the hold I need or want and my hair always feels dry afterwards. So in short, usually mousse/foaming stylers are a total failure.

This is not the case with DevaCurl FFVF!



To start, you all know about my good smell requirement, and this passes with flying colors. FFVF smells like Deva Set It Free, like candy.

It's really not anything like your typical mousse, it's not an aerosol, it's a pump dispenser like hand soap. So your using less product than you may think. For me, I use 2-4 pumps and that's all, so it took 3-4 uses before I really noticed a difference in the amount of product in the bottle. For me, using that small of an amount of any product is rare, I want HOLD all day, and I get it with this. If you like more hold, you can always add a small amount of a hard-hold gel on top.

DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam left my hair feeling soft, and smelling great. My hair was definitely bigger with this, which I adore. When it comes to my curls, I'm Go Big, or Go Home.  There are some proteins in this, so if your protein sensitive it may be hit or miss. I think my increase in volume was due to the fact that it's such a light-weight product, not so much the proteins.

If you've used FFVF leave me a comment, what's your take on it?


Want more info? Check out MyDevaCurl, you can also pick this up at Ulta.

Disclaimer: I was sent this product for review consideration, the opinions are 100% my own.

9 comments:

Michelle said...

Glad to see your review...I've really been interested in this stuff! I may have to head to ulta to pick some up!

Anonymous said...

I had my Deva cut for the first time last night but have been using the no poo shampoo, conditioner and anGel for a month or so. The stylist lightly patted a bit of this product on my hair then used arc anGel and diffuser. I looked like Shirley Temple with dark hair after. Loved it! Then, I slept on it last night and it still looks great this morning. I hope I can duplicate the look. I ordered a bottle today.

megihal said...

I really like this product. I've been using it for a few weeks now and it took a few uses to come up with the right amount for the result I wanted. I use 2-3 pumps, the about a half pump of Mirror Curls. My favorite thing about it is how much faster my hair drys and how soft and "light" it feels. It's for sure a different look than I get with the AnGel, but I like the versatility and really like it on days I need my hair to dry FASTER!

Mrs. Blacksten said...

Hey ladies! Thanks so much for sharing your experiences! It really is a great, versatile styler.

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Amanda Paige said...

I am interested in trying the volumizing foam, but haven't been able to bite the bullet yet and pay that much. I need hold without the crunch or wet look. Would I need to use a gel with this or does it work well enough on its own?
Thanks!!

Mrs. Blacksten said...

Hey Amanda- Thanks so much for stopping by! I've used this with and without a gel over it. It really depends on what kind of hold you like. I prefer a hard hold gel, but they're not for everyone. Try it without the gel first, and see if it's enough. It has pretty decent hold alone.

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