Because I don’t skimp when it comes to blow out cream, and these three are worth every penny…
The Three Best Blow Out Creams I’ve Ever Tried. Period.
After hearing tons of good feedback from other beauty bloggers and editors about R+Co’s Park Ave Blow Out Balm, I knew I had to try it. And then, of course, I had to test it against a few other balms that were similar to, you know, see which one is actually the best. The problem? I loved all three of them. So what was supposed to be a “this is the best blow out balms/creams ever” turned into “these are the best three that I’ve tried.” 🙂
I have to say, just a small amount (about a dime size for my fine hair) is all you need of this stuff and #TRUTH, my usual frizz is pretty much gone. Essentially this balm coats your hair to protect it and also has a light hold that gives your hair just a little bit of body as a bonus. I also noticed that I end up saving time while blow drying since I don’t have to go over every strand 20 times to get it straight. This is a winner, ladies! Trust me.
The name “car service” is perfect because it really just takes you to a place where you’re thinking about convenience (i.e. not having to drive yourself) and, of course, luxury. This balm, yes, is similar to the R+Co version, but I feel like my hair is a little bit shinier when I use this version. You still get all the body and style memory, plus it also locks in moisture and eliminates frizz. The balm is a heat-activated, memory cream that extends the life of your blowout so your style stays put.
Oribe products are literally ALWAYS amazing (see here), so I wasn’t shocked when I loved their styling creme. It adds strength, density, softness and shine to strands, while ultra-nourishing properties smooth away signs of aging and damage for hair that looks and feels healthier and younger after one use. I love that it’s formulated with skincare technology (!) and thermal protection is always a plus. The creme evolves through three phases: cream to oil, which moisturizes, followed by oil to powder to provide volume and memory. Yessss, please.