"We realized mousse was a perfect delivery system for our thickening technology," Eric Spengler, Chief Commercialization Officer of R&D at Living Proof, told fashionista.com. Living Proof is Jennifer Aniston's haircare brand, and since she's never had a bad hair day in her life, we're listening. Looking back, some of the old school hair looks were pretty awesome-the real downside was the sticky, goopy mousse formulas. So, inspired by this resurgence, let's revisit a few of our favorite pumped up hairstyles and recreate them using new and improved products. - Andrea Arterbery, Shine Fashion & Beauty Writer
Hair mousse is back, but don't be scared! The fluffy white styling staple was wildly popular in the '80s and early '90s because of its ability to create lasting volume and hold. When curls and big hair were replaced by sleeker, straighter styles, haircare brands ditched the mousse for more sophisticated products like serums and oils. Now that curls and volume are back in a more manageable way, mousse has returned and it's better than ever.
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