What Beauty Experts Are Saying About VOLOOM
"The new Voloom Hair Volumizing Iron is unlike any other volumizing iron MODERN SALON has tested, and after trying it out we think it's the best thing since sliced bread for clients with flat hair. This is the first heat styling tool that adds volume to any hair style by creating hidden layers of support beneath the visible tip layers of hair."
"You've likely never seen a flat iron with plates like this before. That's because the VOLOOM Classic is for volumizing — not straightening. The beveled platforms give the appearance of more hair without the need for sprays, gels, or expensive blowouts. People say the volume lasts all day, and even those with extremely thin hair are impressed."
"The tool was easy to use and reminded me of an old-school crimper. In fact, the result was similar, but you only use the Voloom on the under-layer of hair, leaving the ends and top layer untouched. When I brushed over the Voloom-ed pieces, I got volume that lasted until my next wash (about two days). The verdict: Fantastic volume with five-minute effort."
"For female anchors, it’s all about volume — hair height can slim a face and fight the flattening effect of 2-D TV. Hairstylist Gregg Giannillo uses a crimping tool called Voloom Rootie the Rootlifter. He uses it to crimp roots just around the part, leaving a section of uncrimped hair that he then flips over the treated areas. And there you have it: plenty of height, sans shellacking with spray."
“Braid your hair before working out (one or two braids will work) and once done working out, unbraid and use a little bit of Voloom Fairy Dust on roots and throughout the length to soak up oil and add texture. I like this because it's low-residue and won't gunk up on sweaty hair that you can't wash or even hit with a blow-dryer," celebrity hair stylist Kendall Dorsey says."
"I found the cure for my flat, lifeless hair. It wasn’t a “magical” hair pill, it wasn’t another sticky gel or mousse product, it wasn’t a teasing brush...it was called VOLOOM. And it was nothing I had ever seen, heard of or even dreamed of before. And I just had to share this lifesaving invention with my readers."