Everyone wants to achieve that thick dreamy ‘Disney princess’ kind of hair with little to no effort. While some people are blessed with gorgeous manes, they still need to work on its maintenance, since there is a fine line between looking like you stepped out of a Disney fairytale and looking like the lion king. Then there are people who naturally have fine, limp hair; it’s been that way all their life and they have to go through a lot of products to make their hair appear somewhat fuller. Then there’s the third category, it includes those unlucky females who used to have relatively fuller hair and then for reasons unknown, lost their volume.
Hence, we women then resort to either homemade remedies or various kinds of products and salon treatments. After going through multiple products and then going through various forums, I happened to stumble upon the Rusk Thickr Myst and given that it’s $14 for a 6oz bottle, I decided to give it a try. Rusk Thickr Myst is a spray-on product that aims to maximize volume for thin and fine hair. It also adds shine, deals with texture and helps deal with damaged ends.
What I noticed after my first few times is that Rusk Thickr Myst is actually heat activated and the best results are achieved after towel drying your hair, spraying a moderate amount of formula and then blow drying your hair from the roots to the tips.
My experience with Rusk Thickr Myst was a pretty good one overall, it did almost everything it claimed it would. My hair had more body and it appeared healthier than it actually is and it didn’t make the fact that I was using any product at all visible. It almost looked as though I naturally had hair that thick and voluminous which is every woman’s dream come true. The effect of the products lasts up to 2-3 days, which is a decent amount of time in my opinion.
The formula of the product itself is very light and it does not weigh down your hair at all after applying it. It also didn’t leave any sticky feeling in the hair afterwards like most hair thickening products do, unless you go overboard with the product of course. Another thing I feel I should address is that Rusk Thickr Myst does not leave your hair feeling dry after you’ve applied it, which makes it stand out from other products. Rusk Thickr Myst also doubles as a texturizing spray too given how it gives hair that extra body and makes it more manageable. It also makes the entire process of styling your hair a lot easier, given how it settles all the stray strands and flyaways too.
However, it doesn’t work as well if you’re styling your hair with a flat iron and the product gets finished within 4-6 weeks too. All in all, I’d definitely recommend the Rusk Thickr mist for use.