Monday, July 16, 2007

L'Oreal Tex Playball Deviation Paste and More

I've been testing 2 of the L'Oreal Professional lines Playballs. I saw these sometime back in a magazine and have wanted to get my hands on them ever since. First off is the cute rubbery ball like container. Then there is the product itself.

Deviation Paste is a matte finish styler with kaolin clay in it among other things. Goes on dry hair to get piecy style. Just for me. I love it. I have to watch the styling cream/waxes for oily ingredients like beeswax etc. This has none of those. It did make my hair a little oilier but very little. It does , however, give great piecy looks, has decent hold and goes on really nice. It defines and doesn't look shiny or greasy. It is also easy to brush through, if you need to. This is a keeper.

Beach Creme is more for tousled hair. It goes through and gives some definition and bit of an unkempt on purpose look that the beach waves give you. Not too much lift, but it's not really for that. When applied. it does look nice and would work well on all hair. I like this one too.

One other product I have tested also is the L'Oreal Professional ( serie expert line) Shine Blonde Mousse. I really like this and am not always into mousse products. It is a light conditioning and styling mousse for blonde treated or highlighted hair. I have used this for about 2 weeks and along with my Nioxin shampoo, my highlights are looking good. You use this after towel drying.

I use it as my after shower leave in conditioner, and it also gives volume.

It doesn't seem easy to find these products, but look up a L'oreal salon in your area( check the website), or ask yours about getting the line. Have your stylist try them and then you can buy them if you like.

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