Beauty

Lisap Fashion Light for Thin Hair

I’ve always had fine hair my entire life. However, I’ve noticed it getting thinner as I age. Lucky me. Normally, I pull my hair back in a pony tail because it will sit limp and lifeless if left down au natural. I’ve recently been using a new shampoo and mousse designed for thin and dull hair. This was my first time trying a Lisap product too!

Lisap Fashion Light shampoo is formulated with macadamia oil, wheat amino acids and other ingredients to lightly moisturize hair and renew its shine. I found it added a little bit of life to my hair making it soft and healthy looking. I like that it was gentle and didn’t weigh down my hair like some shampoos can do.

Lisap Fashion Light for Thin Hair

I haven’t been using any conditioner after I use the shampoo either. The directions say to use it to wash your hair and then rinse. Then apply it again and leave it on for a “few moments” before rinsing. I don’t leave it on too long because I’m usually in a hurry and need to get in and out of the shower quickly.

The second product I’m using is Lisap Fashion Light Mousse, a volumising mousse for fine hair made with macadamia oil. It restructures and gives hair long last volume without weighing it down along with adding shine and moisture.

Lisap Fashion Light for Thin Hair

I apply it to my hair after I’ve towel dried my hair. Sometimes, I’ll leave my hair dry naturally or use a blow dryer if I plan to use a straightener. I love how my hair looks after it’s straightened. It’s glossy and healthy looking and doesn’t appear as thin as it really is!

Lisap has many other hair care products that you can check out on their site as well as find out where to buy in Canada.

What type of hair do you have?

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I received a sample to try out. Opinions expressed are my own.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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