How to Transform Your Fine Hair

Do you struggle with giving your fine hair lasting fullness? Do you want to still have that hair feel soft and natural?

If you answered yes to either of those questions, John Frieda’s Luxurious Volume Perfectly Full Mousse and Luxurious Volume Forever Full Hairspray are the products for you.

The product pairing, created to help bring fine hair alive with both texture and movement, makes it so you don’t have to worry about your hair falling flat by lunchtime.


As for what makes this product different?

For years, the best way to volumize limp or lifeless hair was with products that often times left the hair feeling stiff and crunchy. But these two products have featherweight polymers.

What are featherweight polymers you wonder? Basically having those means that the hair looks and feels up to three times thicker and has a clean, natural softness.

The mousse also contains a network of light-weight volumizing polymers that spread, rapidly and evenly around fine hair strands. What that does is that it helps to increase hair’s thickness.

Just a small amount of the mousse leaves a clean, natural feel, yet the flexible network resists breakdown for longer lasting styles, according to the brand.

The best part is that it is long lasting. The hairspray can last up to 72 hours, and will keep the fullness and body even on the second day.

Another plus is that the hairspray is also non-damaging and does not leave dulling residues. It is also safe for color-treated hair.

Your hair should not feel too wet after applying the hairspray…that means you have used too much. The brand also suggests that if that should happen, use a clarifying shampoo to get rid of the build up.

And have I mentioned the affordability factor? Both of the products are available for around $9.99 at Food, Drug and Mass Retailers Nationwide.

Natalie Dolce

Natalie Dolce’s background includes a variety of beauty and freelance work for publications including InStyle Magazine,, and She has also served as a managing editor with New York Press, an alternative weekly New York City paper and in her career, has covered a variety of beats for M magazine, Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel, Co-Ed magazine,,, Real Estate Forum magazine and Museums New York magazine.


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