Looking for hairsprays. I just bought Sebastian zero gravity shaper but I realized its useless on my hair cause too heavy. Where can I find Sebastian fierce shaper? Or do you guys have any hairsprays to intro?
Did i see wrongly? 100ml for $29 bucks. Thats real expensive bro. Goldwell is a big brand but I never mamage to try this out before though. Perhaps its really very good but i cant really visualize how amazing this hair spray is yet. Because any decent hairspray will be able to hold and fix your hairshape with proper control as well as allowing one to inherit restyling ability. Except for hairsprays that really freezes the hair, any decent quality hair sprays is able to do the job just as well.
This gives me an opportunity to bring up PP hair spray actually which really goes close to the description but its 400ml at almost half the price.
Hmm I would say my hair is thin Asian like straight hair, looking to increase volume also... Preferably something easily washable. Thanks a lot for the recommendations and keep them coming, u guys are really friendly
Think my answer came too late but wells, like what gaoxing bro mentioned, use seasalt spray. The main problem that people with thin hair face is how exactly can i create volume. SSS can do that for you almost instantly. With volume, it really allows you to look better and more natural in this way. Bunches up the hair nicely and neatly enough so that subsequent application can be easier. On days when you are lazy to style, just spray and blow dry. Thats about it. And SSS is actually very washable.
Haha kanebo is acidic shampoo. So what is acidic shampoo exactly? Acidic shampoo is actually a more stronger and effective form of deep cleansing shampoos which cleanses and removes the impurities in the hair such as leftover styling products and oils from the hair. It not only REMOVES the oil but also CONTROLS the oils in the hair well enough. It is important to use a pH balanced shampoo as it allows one to have adequate moisture in the hair which can be good for the hair.
On a side note, the last thing you want your shampoo to be is to be too dry for you. When there is no oils then your hair will look unhealthy. And on the other hand for people with oily hair, then when the natural oils are being stripped off, then it will results in adverse consequences in generating even more oils, or rather greasy hair. So when using dry shampoo, always try to pair it off with conditioner to moisturize the hair well enough.
I myself am using the conditioner once in every 3 days or so too! Loving it so much now actually. U might not realize the difference in the short run but upon using it for a longer period of time, it will do good to your hair actually. Things that we cant see doesn't mean they aint there.
Glad to know that OS SS suits you bro! And yes, it can actually help to make things easier for one and its very washable. Definitely one of the things that i am looking out for when i buy hair products.
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