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Help with hair style

Triggahhappy

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I've always wanted the "out of the shower, towel dried hair" look. It looks much better than my bland normal hair. Thing is, I have no idea how to duplicate the effect with hair products.

I have some pictures of my hair, normal and towel dried (not the best quality, but you can see the effects):



Normal




Towel dried

As you can see, towel dried has much more volume, definition, and it retains it's position once put into place. I have Asian hair, so it absorbs the water and makes my hair very moldable. I don't want that exact hair style, just have my hair have the same effect.

Background info: I've never really used hair products, so I'm a newbie at them. I also have very thick hair.

So can anyone help me out here? What product(s) should I use and how do I use them to achieve the towel dried hair?
 

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Id blow dry it so it puffs out, then twist an oil based pomade into the tips you want to stick up with your finger tips to simulate a wet look.
 

OakCreekHitter

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You look like you have the average Asian haircut. Try using wax instead of hair gel or hairspray. It will look more natural
 

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