Ok left him a PM. Besides this gold digger and quick sand that I've been reading about (from the last 40 or so pages, sorry this thread is just too long), are there any others that people can recommend? I'm new to this whole wax thing, been using Watsons/Guardian bought stuff.
Best combi for me is seasalt spray, gold digger and then finish off with sponge wax. Use ~80-20 ratio in terms of gold digger to sponge wax. Able to maintain the hairstyle for pretty long and I like the glossy finish. Colleagues commented my hairstyle very stylo!
Theoretically, there will be difference between blow-drying with salt spray and with just water. With just water and blow-drying, the volume is solely dependent on the use of the hair dryer so this basically means that it will collapse anytime later. Unless you use a clip or pin to hold it there for a period of time, otherwise it will just give in to gravity and fall anytime soonafter.
With seasalt spray, it helps to hold the hairstyle there with a significant longer period of time. It helps to effectively create a matte structure and seasalt spray does have their own holding factor as well (OS Fashion has a holding factor 4 out of 6). So to put things into perspective, if you spray it onto your fringe to put it into a quiff, you will be able to hold on to that for a longer period of time. Finish off with hair spray if you want it to hold on even longer. My fringer is longer so usually seasalt spray alone without hair spray can't assure that it wont collapse.
And death brought out a good point which is its also dependent on your hair texture. If your hair is like x3d bro then perhaps you dont even worry about having "collapsing" fringe.
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