The Hair Thread - Part 1

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Using Pantene cause I like the soft after effect :D

The wax was introduced by a friend. Last time always use gel cause I like easy to wash off. But I like matte style so he ask me use this clay. Told him I got difficulty washing this clay, but he insist that he can wash it off easily.

So now I'm looking for others liao.

My hair super soft, need something that can hold it well throughout the day. Any recommendation?

GD ftw! Almost everyone in this thread using this! .

It's a must!

Adding on a sea salt spray would complement very well for your soft hair I guess!
 

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GD ftw! Almost everyone in this thread using this! .

It's a must!

Adding on a sea salt spray would complement very well for your soft hair I guess!

in this thread? I go see see
 

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the sea salt is to spray 1st then hair dry to create volume ar?
 

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pp spray?

so after get volume liao, use GD to style and hold it?
 

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Salt and pepper, season. Oh nevermind...

PowerPoint spray. A freezing hair spray.
And yup! U are right!
 

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so after blow dry, use sea salt, blow dry again, use GD, then use pp?

so many things? :o
 

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so after blow dry, use sea salt, blow dry again, use GD, then use pp?

so many things? :o

Towel dry hair, sea salt spray, blow dry, GD, pp (optional but best to use tgt if want super hold). there you go bro!

mensbazaarsg LATE NIGHT TIPS on using Hanz de Fuko Product:D:

Folks! Those who are cocktailing Hanz de Fuko Claymation together with Sponge wax, please do take note that it is best to use 2/3 of claymation together with 1/3 of sponge wax. Tried 1/2 each of the product today and the strong isn't there and the whole cocktail mix your hair 'weigh' even heavier, thus keep dropping down, no more quiff :(. Optimal result would be as mentioned earlier:D


#justmy2cent #salesisgoodtonight #dontflameme
 
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Towel dry hair, sea salt spray, blow dry, GD, pp (optional but best to use tgt if want super hold). there you go bro!

mensbazaarsg LATE NIGHT TIPS on using Hanz de Fuko Product:D:

Folks! Those who are cocktailing Hanz de Fuko Claymation together with Sponge wax, please do take note that it is best to use 2/3 of claymation together with 1/3 of sponge wax. Tried 1/2 each of the product today and the strong isn't there and the whole cocktail mix your hair 'weigh' even heavier, thus keep dropping down, no more quiff :(. Optimal result would be as mentioned earlier:D


#justmy2cent #salesisgoodtonight #dontflameme

ah! thanks! think i try sea salt with GD 1st and see if it holds ok. kind of envy ppl when i take mrt and see their hair looks fluffy but held well =:p
 

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ah! thanks! think i try sea salt with GD 1st and see if it holds ok. kind of envy ppl when i take mrt and see their hair looks fluffy but held well =:p

Although the process of styling your hair with so various product. It's definitely fun doing at least for me!

Don't worry. You will be one of them with the "so fluffy" hair!

I think beside seasalt as your prestyling product and GD as your styling product. You not going to get hair spray? If not it won't hold well ah..

Gosh my pp spray going to finish?! Like 1/4 left!! New Stock when come siol TPJ!?!?
 
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