Innersense I Create Voluminizing Foam
Here’s another product I first heard about from @brunettewithbounce, which is the Innersense I Create Voluminizing Lift Foam.
A brief description of the first six ingredients are below:
This is not a mousse. In general, the main difference between a foam and mousse is that a foam has a much lighter-weight texture, whereas a mousse has a bit more control and different levels of hold. A foam is perfect for applying directly to the root area to create volume without the heavy, stiff, product-y, or sticky feel.
According to the instructions, this product can be applied from root to ends, which is how I use it. But before applying any styling product to my hair I almost always start off with a leave in conditioner. I then finish with a small amount of gel for extra hold.
My hair’s density is medium and my texture is kinky curly. I do not struggle with achieving volume, however, if you have thin or fine hair and need volume at the roots, this is the perfect product for you.
Like the Innersense spray leave in conditioner, this is also great for refreshing hair in between wash days.
Cost: $28/6 oz.
Protein Free? No. Contains hydrolyzed rice protein (11th ingredient)
Curly Girl Friendly? Yes
Shelf life: 12 months
Where to buy: www.innersense.com