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replacement for bodyshop coconut hair shine

globetrotter

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I have been using this for years, I have relativly long, curly hair, and I need to brush it back and have it stay. effectivly, this greases my hair back ahdn holds it, without feeling too weird. supply is erratic. any suggestions?
 

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Originally Posted by globetrotter
I have been using this for years, I have relativly long, curly hair, and I need to brush it back and have it stay. effectivly, this greases my hair back ahdn holds it, without feeling too weird. supply is erratic. any suggestions?

What about the old-fashioned stuff like Brylcream or Vitalis? They have been around forever so I am guessing they work.
 

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never used Bodyshop Coconut Shine, but I like Sebastian Grease. Gives that slickback-wet look all day
 

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Originally Posted by Xericx
never used Bodyshop Coconut Shine, but I like Sebastian Grease. Gives that slickback-wet look all day

cool - where do you get it?


dopey - thanks, too
 

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Originally Posted by globetrotter
I have been using this for years, I have relativly long, curly hair, and I need to brush it back and have it stay. effectivly, this greases my hair back ahdn holds it, without feeling too weird. supply is erratic. any suggestions?

I just wanted to say I burn with envy.

That is all.

Oh, and Mrs. T has some hair stuff in a pump that I've been appropriating. I remember exactly thinking about it other than the label looks expensive. Me, I use Garnier paste.
 

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Originally Posted by globetrotter
cool - where do you get it?


dopey - thanks, too


A lot of cheaper hair cut salons have them, as do beauty stores.....some groceries might...i really go to the local store like Trade Secret or whatever.
 

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Originally Posted by Thomas
I just wanted to say I burn with envy.

That is all.

Oh, and Mrs. T has some hair stuff in a pump that I've been appropriating. I remember exactly thinking about it other than the label looks expensive. Me, I use Garnier paste.


yeah, god gave me short, stubby gene's but thick, curly hair to compensate. life is weird that way.
 

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