Gordon gekko asap

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by ACN_SLAVE, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. ACN_SLAVE

    ACN_SLAVE New Member

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    Hey guys,

    this is my first post here...I have a big business dinner on Wednesday night and I wanted to go for the Gordon Gekko look with the shiny, slicked back hair. I have straight, five inch hair, and I was wondering what products I should use to get the G.G. polished look.

    I have a plethora of syling products right now, to list some of them...
    1) Rene Fuerter Straigtening Gel
    2) Kiehls Formula 133 conditioner
    3) Aveda Humectant Pomade
    4) Phyto Brilliant Creme
    5) B & B Styling creme

    Are there any products that would work better to get this look?? Any suggestions??

    Thx.
     


  2. Mike C.

    Mike C. Senior member

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    I'd pick up some stronger gel and apply it to damp hair, so that it dries in a slicked back fashion. I too do this look sometimes when business situations call for it. I have long hair, and at the moment it's got bright red streaks in it. My hair has a tendency to fall down while combed back, so I might add some hairspray to it as well. The key to the shine will be applying the product while you hair is still damp.
     


  3. hermes

    hermes Senior member

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    paul mitchell's super clean sculpting gel
     


  4. GQ Lawyer

    GQ Lawyer Senior member

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    You will need something that continues to give off that shiny wet look.  Besides Dippity Doo or LA Looks Gel (which I certainly hope that you aren't going to use), Aveda Brilliant Humectrant is designed to give the all day wet look.  Rub some in with a styling gel and you are set.

    However, don't forget the signature blue suspenders, the cigars, and, of course, the attitude to pull of the G.G. look.
    ;-)
     


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