(This is a revamped version of Hairveda Shealoe Mousse, click here to see the old review)
Product name: Whipped Clouds
Company name: Hairveda
Ingredients: Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit (and) Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Vitamin E, Hydrolized Collagen Fragrance. 4oz.
Purchased from: Hairveda
First, thanks Maria for sending this to me
Let me say that I liked the shealoe mousse ok and only used it on fingercoils. It was a very thick consistency and actually kind of reminded me of super dense cool whip. The whipped clouds is not as dense, though still has a thick consistency. It’s really very similar to the mousse though.
It spreads much easier than the old version. I used it do my dry twists. At first, my hair felt kind of gummy and sticky. Ya’ll, I was picking up pieces of lint and hair from my dogs…not cool. After it soaked in though, my hair felt great. It took it about a day to do that. It wasn’t even greasy but stayed moisturized and soft. It’s got shea butter in it though, and it always takes awhile for shea butter to sink in my hair, so I’m not surprised or put off by that.
Before the twists, I tried it to moisturize my puff (dry hair). That was a no go. Didn’t spread as easy as I liked and stayed visible in my hair longer than I liked. I prefer something creamier when moisturizing a dry puff or wash n go.
I tried it also on a random fingercoil just to see how it would turn out. There is a advisement on the Hairveda site not to use this one wet hair, or rather that it’s been reported that using it on wet hair will cause hardness. Well the shealoe never did cause hard hair for me and neither does the whipped clouds. I don’t know that I would ever use it on a wash n go. I do plan to see how it works on slicking back edges and I’ll update this post when I try it out.
Will I buy this again? Probably so, stickiness nonwithstanding