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What foam will highlight the curls?

I am currently at the stage of looking for the perfect hair mousse that will emphasize my curls and at the same time will not stick my hair, weigh it down or dry it. I used linseed gel for a while, but it worked better for me as a hair mask, and grains with snot as a face mask.
And this is how I returned to the cosmetics market. I noticed that Rossmann, Hebe, Superpharm (these drugstores are closest to me) are actually 3 foam for curls cross. I tried two and I'm still not happy with any of them.
Today I will tell you a bit about Taft foam for curly hair, although it will not be a long review, because this product can not be said much.
As I wrote, it is very important for me not to stick my hair and dry it, too. Unfortunately, this product does both.
Even a small amount of foam causes glued underline curls (characteristic "crunching" when touching the hair). In addition, after a few hours, the curls completely flap, which I also wanted to avoid.
Initially, I did not give up and used it every day, after a week I had terribly dry hair, and the only culprit was this foam. I don't have to say anymore that the wonderful promises made by the producer are completely false.
This product has completely failed on my hair, so I will never come back to it again.
Curly-haired, do you have any checked cosmetics for styling curls?


  1. Avatar Edyta Guhl 27 October 2015 / 00: 09

    I have curly hair and I really like Redken Smooth oil - it's probably a moisturizer, the earlier one had a nicer aroma, but this new one is also cool. I haven't found a good foam yet.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 29 October 2015 / 19: 58

      I do not know this oil, and with foams I have the same as you - I did not find the ideal. Try the spray Toni & Guy is great 🙂

  2. Avatar codziennosckobiety 25 March 2015 / 21: 21

    I use hair spray from this company and at the moment I have nothing to complain about. And I use the foam only occasionally.

  3. Avatar Panther 19 March 2015 / 21: 33

    I do not like foams, I prefer linseed or freezing gel (although this also sticks a little)

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 21 March 2015 / 06: 23

      My hair likes linseed, but only as a mask 🙂

  4. Avatar Beauty Land 19 March 2015 / 18: 57

    that's why I avoid drugstore styling products

  5. Avatar Margaretka 19 March 2015 / 17: 17

    I only read so out of curiosity because in my hair case - short and straight

  6. Avatar Agata Kądziołka 19 March 2015 / 15: 25

    I don't have curls, so it's not my problem 😀 even if my hairdresser turns my hair after an hour they are straight as wires 🙂

  7. Avatar Stri-ling 19 March 2015 / 10: 58

    I have had goldwell cream for several months. it doesn't always work, but since I've cut my hair it's easier because they are lighter. does not dry out. smells. does not stick unless you blow too much.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 19 March 2015 / 18: 52

      Which one exactly? Because I went to goldwell and found several products.

  8. Avatar Lady Cosme 18 March 2015 / 21: 59

    I also tried and the foam did not work the same for me; /

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 19 March 2015 / 18: 53

      Eh, so my hair is not the only one ... I think it just sucks 😛

  9. Avatar scarlet23 18 March 2015 / 18: 56

    I have dandruff from foams and varnishes; (

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 18 March 2015 / 19: 37

      I can't imagine leaving the house without a bit of nail polish. Some moisture and my curls look tragic. I have been using Syoss volume for several years.

  10. Avatar effm 18 March 2015 / 18: 35

    Taft foam is hopeless 🙂 It dissolves on the palm of the hand a moment after application and I generally did not have good effects with it 🙂 And it has a deceased alcohol. But foams for curly with wellaflex or nivea are great for me 🙂

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 18 March 2015 / 19: 38

      Wellaflex didn't work well for me either. I used 2 versions ... the red and ordinary ones. Both sucks. I don't like nivea cosmetics because they always make me allergic. They have some ingredient that my skin doesn't like. I avoid their products with a wide arc ...

  11. Avatar Ariel 18 March 2015 / 18: 22

    My favorite is Davines serum, they are not stuck or stiff, they don't dry out BUT it costs (74 PLN) and I order on allegro, I used to buy freezing gel before, but I stiffened my hair and stretched it very much something new for styling curls but I was in a hurry and did not look at what exactly it was and for how much, generally speaking, little cosmetics for styling curly hair is in stores in my opinion and even more so that it is still good, which is why I usually order on allegro , I had tigi before, it was even okay, then I had balea cream, I read very good reviews about the cosmetic: hair manya volume hidro - moisturizing gel in curly hair foam 250 ml Kemon - but I haven't tried it yet 😉

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 18 March 2015 / 19: 36

      I used this Kemon gel. It did not work on my hair, because even a small amount of the product stuck them terribly. For this product, my curls have recently liked very much: http://wizaz.pl/kosmetyki/produkt.php?produkt=56293 I also used the sea salt version, but this version works better for me in the summer when I don't dry my hair with a dryer. Unfortunately, it is quite expensive around PLN 40. sometimes there are several zlotys cheaper in the promotion.

  12. Avatar Danccer 18 March 2015 / 17: 16

    I really like Joanna curl cream, it can gently stick with too much, but all you have to do is knead the hair a little and all fade beautifully 🙂

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 18 March 2015 / 18: 04

      I think I know which product you are talking about, but unfortunately it did not work for me 🙁 lately my hair has liked Tony & Guy curling spray.

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