The other week I received an email to my surprise that I had won a competition I entered with L’oreal. To be honest I had to think back and try and remember entering it as I do love a good competition so entered a few! But I was one of the lucky 10 winners that received a couple of products from the L’oreal Professional range. I loved this as I never win anything and usually just think I’ll have no chance of winning but I was wrong this time!
So I got the Tecni Art Liss Control (150ml) and the Tecni Art Volume Riche Mousse (250ml).
I was really pleased with the mousse as I usually just use a cheap one from Boots, mainly because I don’t use it often, but I will make sure I use this one. This mousse is designed to add lasting volume to the hair and add shine. Also everything from this range has a numbered system from 1 to 6 to determine the force of the product. This mousse is number 4 so I guess this means the strength of the product and that it has a pretty good hold. I have used this a couple of times so far and like the texture of it and it does add good volume. It also isn’t sticky like some other products. I apply it to towel-dried hair before blow drying and also have added a little afterwards to give an extra lift. I will definitely use this more often in my hair routine now.
The other product is the Tecnic Art Liss Control gel cream, which is to help control frizz and smooth wavy or curly hair. I do not have really frizzy or curly hair; my hair is pretty straight and quite flat. So I don’t think I will benefit particularly from this and it will probably be a product I use for a few weeks before it gets lost amoung all my other hair products! But I have used it a couple of times on towel dried hair and it smells very nice. If you do have curly hair or want something to tame frizz then this could be a good product for you.
I hadn’t really heard of these products before as they are professional products and are usually found in the hairdressers. But I like that I have been able to try these out, even better that it was for free! It may make me look into some of the other products in this range.
Have you used anything from this range? Or are there any other good professional hair care products you like?