Typical volumizing products use hair-dehydrating ingredients (alcohol, salt and drying resins) to dry out and force open hair’s protective, outer cuticle layer. When the cuticles are roughed up and raised, hair strands can’t lay flat, creating the effect of fluffed-up, full-volume hair. However! opening the cuticle is very damaging, and leads to dehydration, frizz, brittleness. Xtra Large uses totally new volumizing technology: a weightless yet bulky polymer blend (fortified with strand-strengthening BAMBOO) that mimics a raised outer cuticle layer but leaves hair’s essential cuticle layer smooth, intact, and hydrated. The result? Instant voluptuous, sexy “naked” volume, body, guts and grip without compromising hair health.
How to use Color Wow Xtra Large volumizer
1. Divide damp hair into sections.
2. Apply 2-3 pumps worth of product to each section, smoothing through from top to ends.
3. Comb through to distribute evenly.
4. Style. Hair can be air-dried or blow-dried with a brush for increased volume.
Can I use Color Wow Xtra Large on dry hair?
Apply to the area where you want to add instant volume and blow dry with a brush and heat, keeping the hair lifted and directing heat where you want the volume.
Does volumizer make hair thicker?
It gives the impression of the hair being much thicker when styled. Take a look at our guide on building volume into your hair for more tips.
What is the difference between Xtra Large Volumizer and the Carb Cocktail?
Xtra Large Volumizer provides volume and lift throughout your whole hair while the Carb Cocktail fattens the hair strands making the hair feel and look thicker. Xtra Large Volumizer has a froth-like consistency and is applied to damp or dry hair. The Carb Cocktail is a liquid applied to wet hair. These two products can be used together for greatly amplified results.
Does Xtra Large have heat protection?
All Color Wow treatment and styling products offer 2 or 3 types of heat protection. This product offers 3. For more information on the heat protection in our products, visit our blog: How To Prevent Heat Damage on Your Hair Without Giving Up Your Hot Tools!