Mousse/Diffusing - 2 threads in 1

I hear all kinds of positive remarks about JoiWhip mousse. But I can't find it! I've even had difficulty finding it online. I see some on the swap board and if it's still available on payday, I'm snatching it up.

In the meantime, does anybody know of any alternative (EASY to find) mousses that dry with crunch? When I use mousse, my hair dries soooooooo much faster. If I diffuse (using any product), my hair just gets bigger and bigger and doesn't seem to hold throughout the day. So I have been airdrying but am tired of going to work with a wet head. Mousse will help solve that issue. (I do, however, have an ancient, crappy diffiuser-style hairdryer that I'm using - it's not really a diffuser but a hairdryer made to look like one. Maybe that's my problem with diffusing).

Sorry to have jumped all around on this thread. Hope it makes perfect sense to somebody.
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I found mine at a Trade Secret - they were actually having a 2 for 1 sale but I know me with products so I only bought the mousse. This was about 2-3 months ago.
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Do you have a Sally's close to you? If you do, I'd try their knockoff of Paul Mitchell's mousse. I'm using the rest of Suave's (discontinued) knockoff of his moisturizing mousse. It doesn't dry real crunchy but I agree with you on the fact that it dries quicker than gel. It's what I'm wearing right now over a leave-in and the Suave Anti-frizz Cream (great substitute for Re:coil!). After the mousse runs out, I'm going to try to use what's left of some old Thermasilk mousse I have (trying to wade through my graveyard stuff before hopefully sticking to Jessicurl and Deva stuff).

I've seen some people like the L'Oreal Studio Line Upwards Styling Mousse (think that's the name!) and I might try that since Jessicurl nor Deva makes a mousse. You might try that, too.
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I like the suave healthy curls mousse it leaves my hair very shiny, This is where I bought my Joicowhip mousse and recoil, they also have Devacurl stuff too. Shipping after the first item is only $.99 per item
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I really like Clariol 3-in-1 conditioning moose. They've recently stopped making it but I've still been able to find some a Walgreens. It can be hard to spot b/c Clariol's name is not on there. It's a white can w/ purple or pink letters (I like the purple one more), usually on the bottom shelf. Best part is that it's really inexpensive!

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I have and use the Loreal upward spiral mousse and it works great alone, with a leave in , or a curl creme.
I decided to have a change from Joiwhip and am using the PM one at the moment. Like it just as much (if not more) - no crunch for me but seems very similar to Joiwhip on my hair.

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