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What are some really good hair products that last long and are strong? Prices? Where I can get them?I'm looking mainly at mousse and paste, but other suggestions are welcome
^Believe me, after my severance runs out, I'm going to consider cutting back (*gasp**shudder*gasp*) on my hair product budget.
Quote from: MayDay on March 24, 2009, 01:57:17 PM^Believe me, after my severance runs out, I'm going to consider cutting back (*gasp**shudder*gasp*) on my hair product budget.Wait, a hair product budget?? Farmer Shawn? What??
Quote from: Sherman Cahal on March 24, 2009, 02:41:41 PMQuote from: MayDay on March 24, 2009, 01:57:17 PM^Believe me, after my severance runs out, I'm going to consider cutting back (*gasp**shudder*gasp*) on my hair product budget.Wait, a hair product budget?? Farmer Shawn? What??B!tch, I will SO shank you in the kidney - got a preference, left or right?!?
Well damn. That was very Madea of you! Where did you learn that violent behavior? I'm speechless.
Would that work on thick and curly hair? I'd probably use it when my hair is longer because if I don't do anything it turns into a giant Jew Fro haha. I hate it, I wish my hair was straight.
Quote from: MyTwoSense on March 24, 2009, 02:50:43 PMWell damn. That was very Madea of you! Where did you learn that violent behavior? I'm speechless. YOU live my life, growing up near Youngstown and living IN Cleveland and try to be a complete pacifist - as IF?!?DJ Orion, I have no clue as to what could help you - whatever the case, quit b!tching about having thick hair with texture!
OMFG. Ok I thought I was going to get some actual advice but I should have known better. I love you guys lmao.
I think I might just check out either that American Crew stuff, or the d:fi. There is a salon Downtown that uses American Crew so I might just check them out. I think it's time for a new look anyway.
I will try my best not to use a hair product that will land me on a gurney. I'll tell you that much.
I *wish* I didn't have to do anything, but I have not one, but THREE "cowlicks" - one on the front and two on the back of my head. Since my hair is finely textured, it ends up standing up in chunks When that whole "bedhead" trend came around a few years back, I was so p!ssed - I mean, guys with perfectly good hair that naturally lays flat were paying to style theirs like mine (sans product)
I have the cowlick issue too, so I keep my hair a little longer. I guess that's the gift I gave to my daughter. Before her hair grew longer it had the same stupid rooster tail popping up in back. Bok bok Bock-ah!I throw in little cheap gel. I think I'm using treseme or something right now. I don't like the super strong hold stuff, but I buy whatever's on sale. My hair is too straight to just let it go without anything, and I have too much to use paste...I tried it and I looked like Fonzy.
You guys may laugh but I use Vaseline. Yep. Vaseline.I have thick dark hair that I keep pretty short. After spending $20/3.5 oz. of Sebastian Grease for years I discovered:Sebastian Grease - Main Ingredient: PetrolatumVaseline - Main Ingredient: PetrolatumVaseline = 1/4 the cost.It molds great and keeps my hair soft while giving me that nice popped wig.