Suave Professionals: Product Review

What: Suave sent TBF a sneak preview of the Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo, Suave Professionals Captivating Curls Whipped Cream Mousse and Suave Professionals Touchable Finish Lightweight Hold Hairspray. We tried ‘em and we’re bringing you the scoop.

What They Say: Suave is rolling out the red carpet for the new Suave Professionals that works as well as top salon brands. The reformulated and redesigned Suave Professionals shampoos, conditioners and styling products feature salon-inspired packaging, new and improved formulas and fragrances, and deliver salon-proven performance.

Verdict: As creatures of habit, we feel comfortable in our little hair bubble, which means we generally don’t stray from the tried and true hair products we already know and already love. However, this was a fab opportunity to do just that and overall, we liked what we experienced.

The Suave Mousse and Lightweight Hold Hairspray were pretty good. We liked the mousse’s texture, although when we first put it in our hair it felt a bit greasy. Luckily, this did not translate after our hair was dry and our waves were a bit more defined than normal. As far as the light hold hairspray goes – the title says it all. It’s totally lightweight, so this is not for keeping that hair in place on a windy day. It’s just not that strong. Both of these products worked well, though they didn’t do anything magical to our hair. No need to throw your current brand away if you’re in love with it, but if you’re looking to branch out, give these a try.

The dry shampoo was what piqued our interest as who doesn’t love an excuse to skip a hair wash every now and then? After spraying the substance onto our roots and rubbing it in as instructed, we definitely noticed that our locks looked less greasy. They didn’t feel that way per se, but as long as nobody’s touching your mane then you’ll have nothing to worry about.

Across the board, these hair products win in the smell department. Our hair was delightfully scented after using them all so kudos to Suave for mastering this art.