More Styling Awesomeness From Suave Professionals

A few months ago I extolled the virtues of the Suave Professionals line of hair products. While at low drugstore prices, these products are often as good as or better than salon hair products.

Today, I’m reviewing two more products from the Suave Professionals line.

I got to try Suave Professionals Captivating Curls Whipped Cream Mousse and Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream.

Suave Professionals Captivating Curls Whipped Cream Mousse

Compares to Redken.

suavePro2-02The Captivating Curls mousse promises to define and hold a natural curl for 24 hours. Since I have naturally curly hair, I was excited to try this. I mean, anything that can make me look better is worth trying, right?

I can’t stress this enough: this stuff is the best thing ever. I repeat, THE BEST THING EVER!

My curls looked so so so much better using this (especially by following the directions and using a blow dryer) than anything else I’ve tried. And, my hair the next day still looked good. That’s right, this makes my Day Two hair actually look pretty decent. (And it smells nice and sweet, too.)

I’ve basically been married to the Captivating Curls mousse since I first tried it, smoothing it over my hair after every shower. One day I thought, “maybe I shouldn’t use it today, just to see the difference again.” So, I washed my hair and air-dried it as normal without any product. Without Captivating Curls mousse, I was a frizzy mess.

There’s no turning back. I give this the coveted and ultra-rare…


You can pick this up at drugstores for $2.99.

Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream

Compared to Matrix.

suavePro2-03The Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream promises smoother, more manageable hair without all of the frizzies. You just put some in your palm and then rub it over the trouble spots.

Unfortunately, this didn’t give me a hair-gasm like the Captivating Curls mousse did. While it lived up to some of the promises, it failed on the biggest one: anti-frizz.

Rather than managing my Day-Two frizzies, located all around my temples, it just made my frizz shinier. Do I really want to call attention to my frizz by lighting it up like a Christmas tree? No, not really. Not at all.

I’ll give it this, though: it smells good and gives you sleeker and shinier hair.

But, without getting rid of my frizz, I can’t give it a very good grade. So, I give the Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream a…


You can pick this up at drugstores for $2.99.

Have you had a hair-gasm recently over a super awesome hair styling product? Tell me all about it in the comments!


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