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Pantene No Crunch Curls Whip Review

What We're Sweet On: A Mousse For All Curl Types

Curl creams and gels seem to be taking over the market these days, but there's still room for aerated whips in your routine. Take Pantene No Crunch Curls Whip ($7), for example. This mousse isn't drippy or sticky like some formulas of the past, however. The light foam comes out soft and smooth, leaving touchable (not crunchy) hair behind. For waves and loose curls, apply to wet hair using the scrunch method for a light hold. For kinkier textures, try using this product to cut down on frizz as you unravel twists or braids. This mousse is also a second-day hair reviver (no water required), and it cuts down on that hard-shell texture often caused from too much hair gel. And that's how you whip those curls into shape.

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