When I first saw Nick Chavez's romance novel tresses, I thought "Man, this guy must know something about keeping hair soft and full of body." (If you haven't seen him before, google away). Anyway, I decided to give his Flocker a try and I'm so glad I did. I love the name, but even more than that, I love the product. Flocker is a mousse-like spray that you can use on wet or dry hair to give some serious volume, bounce and softness. I found it best to spray it into my hands as spraying directly on my hair made a big mess (and I shocked my husband when it went flying across the room and hit him in the forehead). Because of Flocker, my hair has more bounce, but isn't greasy, sticky or crunchy. While Flocker is expensive at $22.00 for 8 ounces, you can check out the trial size (The Mini Creative Sprays Kit is only $7.00 and comes with a 2 oz Flocker). Now I need to check out the new SoftFlocker - a cream Flocker which I'm sure is awesome.
Note: A sample of this product was sent to me by a PR representative working with Nick Chavez.