Hair products you use

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  1. MCsommerreid

    MCsommerreid Senior member

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    Murrays pomade, though thats been relegated to more of a beard wax since it's so damned thick.

    Probably going to get some Lay Rite when I have a full head of hair again, since it's a little thinner than Murrays.
     
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    With my usual short textured hair, I've used Bumble and Bumble styling wax. But I've been trying to grow out my hair since January and I've switched over to Kiehl's styling creme, which seems to be working okay, although I think my hair needs to be a little longer to really tell how the stuff works.
     
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    I-C-E Spiked is the best spiking gel, and I've tried lots. It's thick and holds well

    Yeah that stuff will definitely kill your hair, i used to use it because i have really thick coarse asian hair. But now i use Gatsby's ultra hard wax which is really nice. especially if you have textured hair you can just put some in your fingers and mess your hair up and itll do wonders. really recommend it, you can get it at your local japanese store like mitsuwa or any asian market that sells asian hair products.
     
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    GATSBY all the way baby, i 've tried different products for many years and I think gatsby will be my choice from now on. Basically there's the moving rubber series and the gatsby wax. There are about 10 different holds and I have all ten to sport any look I want anytime, anyday. You can't go wrong with this product. I usually get them at some Asian grocery store or www.webichi.com.
     
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    I'm still sorta trying to figure out what the best haircut and hair product for me is. I just got the American Crew Citrus Mint Clay and really like it. I seem to get more consistency in how well it styles than I do from the other two I posted pictures of, particularly the AC Forming Cream. Although when my hair is shorter that stuff can work wonders.
     
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    Gatsby, Lucido.
     
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    Dirt by Jonathan
     
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    I've also used Keihl's Silk Groom Creme.

    +1. Also, Terax gel.
     
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    +1 on the Sumotech Bumble and Bumble. Good stuff keeps hair in place without looking like you have gel in your hair
     
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    I wouldn't use American Crew products, they're pretty poor quality as a whole and will probably damage your hair in the long run. Their shampoos are especially bad.

    I rarely put anything in my hair (I have it cut so I don't have to), but on occasion when I do I use products from Shu Uemura. For shampoos Bumble and Bumble is probably the best I have found.
     
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    Kiehl's Just Out of the Shower..
     
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    I wouldn't use American Crew products, they're pretty poor quality as a whole and will probably damage your hair in the long run. Their shampoos are especially bad.

    And you're basing that on....what?
     

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