Another mousse application question

I've always preferred gel or lotion to mousse, partly because it's easier (for me) to apply. But now that I've discovered Joico, I think I may want to stay with the mousse, and just learn to use it properly.

So, when I'm standing there with a wad of foam in my hand, do I dab it onto different areas of my hair and work in, or do I rub my hands together (and therefore break it down) and then apply like I would a gel?

Anything else I should know?
Stylists who have used mousse on my hair have rubbed the glob between their palms and then raked it through.
I don't really "rub" my hands together too much. I sort of squish them together and then use my mousse-coated fingers to rake the mousse through my hair. After that, I scrunch up the curls a bit, usually with some small dab of gel for hold.
I'm a 3b, with 3c underneath.

Used to be CG, now I'm not. Using Suave Aloe & Waterlily shampoo & condish, JoiWhip, BRHG, Suave Aloe gel, Aussie Tizz No Frizz, and anything else that looks good!
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Ah, thank you. So when the volume is reduced, by squishing or rubbing, the product is still there? It seems like it disappears, but it's just condensed? This sounds really weird, I know so thanks
No problem! Yes, the product is still there.
I'm a 3b, with 3c underneath.

Used to be CG, now I'm not. Using Suave Aloe & Waterlily shampoo & condish, JoiWhip, BRHG, Suave Aloe gel, Aussie Tizz No Frizz, and anything else that looks good!
My Myspace!
No problem!
I'm a 3b, with 3c underneath.

Used to be CG, now I'm not. Using Suave Aloe & Waterlily shampoo & condish, JoiWhip, BRHG, Suave Aloe gel, Aussie Tizz No Frizz, and anything else that looks good!
My Myspace!

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