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post #1 of 13
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Hey Styleforum, nice ta meet you and all.


My question. I need something to get a messy hair effect, but won't dry out my hair.

What am i best off using good sirs?

Also, I don't need anything craaaaazy fancy or expensive, something readily available, and that won't force me into a live of sexual slavery to afford..never again
post #2 of 13
I have had good luck with Garnier Fructis (sp?) products. I use their Fiber Cream Pomade everyday for texture in my hair
post #3 of 13
We have a Zappa fan in our midst.
post #4 of 13
TiGi Bedhead. Used it for years.
post #5 of 13
d:fi pliable molding cream.

its made under American Crew. but it smells dece and works good.
post #6 of 13
Depending on whether you want a shine or not, American Crew Pomade or Fiber are pretty nice. For more of a stiff look, I really like Enjoy gel. Garnier Fructis stuff isn't bad but I find that the tube can go bad after about six months to a year so you need to use it alot, then again its rather cheap. The stuff that comes in a ball like container is good for crazy effects from Garnier.
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by UncleMeat!
Hey Styleforum, nice ta meet you and all.


My question. I need something to get a messy hair effect, but won't dry out my hair.

What am i best off using good sirs?

Also, I don't need anything craaaaazy fancy or expensive, something readily available, and that won't force me into a live of sexual slavery to afford..never again

Salon bought styling products shouldn't dry out your hair at all really. Gel or Pomade will work just fine.
post #8 of 13
Jonathans product 'Dirt'
post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by Chip
Jonathans product 'Dirt'
One of the worst product I ever tried to use
post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117
Depending on whether you want a shine or not, American Crew Pomade or Fiber are pretty nice. For more of a stiff look, I really like Enjoy gel. Garnier Fructis stuff isn't bad but I find that the tube can go bad after about six months to a year so you need to use it alot, then again its rather cheap. The stuff that comes in a ball like container is good for crazy effects from Garnier.
That stuff (the spray gel I think) is so gluey I was afraid to use it after one time. Maybe my thing of it had gone bad.

After trying tons of stuff, I use this cheap LA Looks glue stuff in a dark blue tub. It's really sticky at first but it dries out all right and keeps my hair under control, which is difficult. And it's like $4 a tub which is nice.
post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by bumblehair
One of the worst product I ever tried to use

really? i love it. best stuff I've tried. I would use it daily except it's so damn expensive that I only use it on weekends.

Daily use, can't go wrong with Garnier Fructis 'surf hair creme' or any of their other cremes/fibers/pomades. Good for keeping your hair separated but manageable. I just run it thru my head, shake it about, and good to go. Havent used a comb in years. $2.79 at Walmart
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Get Smart
really? i love it. best stuff I've tried. I would use it daily except it's so damn expensive that I only use it on weekends.

Daily use, can't go wrong with Garnier Fructis 'surf hair creme' or any of their other cremes/fibers/pomades. Good for keeping your hair separated but manageable. I just run it thru my head, shake it about, and good to go. Havent used a comb in years. $2.79 at Walmart


I just don't like it. The smell is awful and lasts forever. And it just does not work in my hair at all. It's probably just me.
I do like the Surf Hair though. Even with it's strong scent it does go away.
Unlike the Garnier fiber (whatever it's called) same smell but lasts all day.
post #13 of 13
Bumble and Bumble Sumotech.
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