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Need A New Clay/Wax to use?

TheDon

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I have been using American Crew Clay ( The blue one) with a matte finish. But it doesnt stay well.

Like 2 hours later at work single hairs will be messed up and fall flat. I need a stronger hold but still not hard as gel.
 

Fat-Elvis

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The only clay American Crew makes is the Citrus Mint clay, and that doesn't come in a blue container. Are you talking about the Fiber? I agree it doesn't seem to last very long. Their Forming Cream seems to last a lot longer. It's pretty much the only stuff I use when my hair's shorter.
 

Eason

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Gatsby wax is the best I've found so far, I've tried a lot of them.
 

mdeep1

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I use Redken Clay #22 and it works best out all I've tried.
 

whoopee

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Fudge Hair Shaper and Matte Hed works well for me.
 

TheDon

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Yeah it is the fiber is what I am using.
 

ryoneo

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REDKEN - texture putty outplay (maximum control)
 

djh

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I use Baxter of California pomade.. it works well. I've really only ever used that, I'm pretty happy with it. I might want to switch though, the "herbal mint" smell isn't exactly my favorite.
 

Half Honky

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Originally Posted by Eason
Gatsby wax is the best I've found so far, I've tried a lot of them.

Originally Posted by LooseChange
Definitely Gatsby wax.

Originally Posted by bbaquiran
Gatsby.

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hermes

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i second the baxter product
it's actually a clay pomade mix so it has hold properties along with some pomade but i find it mostly matte in finish

if you want something strong, try nolita molding clay
 

whodini

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Originally Posted by Eason
Gatsby wax is the best I've found so far, I've tried a lot of them.
I gotta agree with Tits McGee on this one. Gatsby's been solid since I needed to find a new product after Wella discontinued their MattMaxx.
 

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