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Which Product For Styling Medium-Length and Medium-Thin Blonde Hair?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by EViS, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. EViS

    EViS Member

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    I have medium to thin fair-coloured hair which I tend to grow to a maximum length of 3 inches. However, as soon as my hair gets to this length (my preferred length), the products I have tried never hold it in my chosen style. Hence, I'm after recommendations for a new product.

    Over the years I've used the following:

    - D:fi D:struct Pliable Molding Cream
    - American Crew Fiber
    - Paul Mitchell Flexible Style Lab esp

    None of these give me the hold, my hair either flops after some time or more commonly a couple of the front 'quiff' hairs droop down! So I now carry on using the Paul Mitchell Style Lab with a lot of hair spray to top give the hold. But even then it takes a fair amount of spray. Surely there is an easier way!? Any products you chaps can recommend?

    My natural hair looks like this:
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    I tend to style my hair in one of the following ways (usually the first):
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    Last edited: Nov 5, 2012
  2. Monaco

    Monaco Senior member

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    I find clay works really well for styling and hold, it doesn't give you the disgusting stickiness like wax does.
     
  3. EViS

    EViS Member

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    Thanks for the reply. Anyone else able to offer any advice please?
     

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