Is hair mousse flammable

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Hair can not be flamable if you tryed that your hair would nbe on fire and that you would of need water to take the fire off

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Is hair mousse bad for hair?

hair mousse is not bad for the hair only if you add just a spoon of it and you take care of your hair.

Is mousse good for your hair or not?

mousse is perfectly safe for you hair it is just a nautral lightener or somthing to make your hair poof

Should you use mousse when your hair is dry?

No. Mousse should be used in damp hair and then dried in for it to work appropriately

What does mousse do to your hair?

Mousse provides body to the hair. It can be used to achieve volume for those with straight hair. It can also be used to define waves or curls on textured hair.

What kind of mousse won't damage my hair?

mousse doesn't damage your might dry it out though.. so i would use a conditioning mousse made by paul mitchell.

How do you style hair?

i mousse is good

Do it look good if you french braid your hair n put in mousse before you braid it?

Whether or not your hair looks good in a french braid and with or without mousse in it, is a matter of personal opinion. If you like your hair with mousse in it, then that is all that matters.

Does mousse dry your hair out?

If it is an alcohol based mousse it can cause the hair to become dry and brittle. So when looking for a mousse make sure it is water based preferably without any alcohol in it.

Are some sentences using the word mousse?

Please mousse in your hair to make it shiny for your graduation.

How do get mousse to work if you have naturally straight hair?

You can use it with a curling iron to style your hair. Lots of tutorials can be found online - search for 'mousse with straight hair'. Good luck!

Why was mousse invented?

to keep hair in place

Who invinted hair mousse?

Albert Einestien