I have been in a hair slump for about a year now. I don’t do anything with it because it’s puny, limp, and boring and also looks unruly. I don’t cut it short because that takes too much time to style, and because it is long, I find it super easy to just put it up in a bun day after day. Another reason that my hair usually ends up in a bun is because after I style it, the style usually falls out in a couple of hours and I’m left with a sad hairdo. I am desperately trying to break out of the slump. I decided to try the Rusk Smooth Foam because it’s a multitasking product that promises so much.
A few of the promises from Rusk Smooth Foam are: extending your style over multiple days, even maintaining straight hair through 5 shampoos. It reduces blow dry and style time by 50%, and leaves a non-greasy touchably soft, frizz-free finish. It is formulated with Style+Strength Complex to provide color protection and strengthening benefits and also provides thermal protection. Basically, it addresses all of the things that are my main struggles with my hair.
I have been using it over the last month or so and I have to say that I can definitely tell a difference in my hair. It feels thicker, healthier, and has a smoothness to it that it never did before. I mostly wear my hair straight and I love that it stays straight and doesn’t get the weird bends and sectioning off that happens when there is no product in it. Overall I am very happy with the results and I can confirm that Rusk Smooth Foam delivers on its promises. Even on days when I don’t put this in my hair after showering I can still see the benefits from the unique style memory polymer that somehow “remembers” your straight style.
You can find Rusk Smooth Foam at Ulta, and I urge you to try it for yourself if you are like me and deal with the same hair dilemmas.
Tell me in the comments below: What are your biggest gripes about styling your hair?
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