The Hair Thread - Part 4

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ltjw09

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Anyone tried Js Sloane Caviar Clay? I kind of regretted getting it..hold not even there
 
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kao U hear the ulu name u know not good liao.. cheesy brand with lousy hold

pls get famous brands, at least u know others are using them.

js sloan pomade is more shitty i tell ya
 

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caviar clay.

all kinds of name also have.
when have Roe wax? lolol
 

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If anyone doesn't want their HDF stuff, pm me. I want to take a leap of faith and part with my hard earned money.
 

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How is Aveda's product? Like their Shampoo, condition and most importantly hairspray... need a new one.
 

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aveda, expensive stuff.
never use before.
they got hair spray?

I don't mind paying a little bit premium for good product :)

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I heard their stuffs are natural too..
 

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I used to date a girl who works for Aveda, so I had a chance to use a fair number of their samples.

Their styling products are alright, well designed and well made, but it didn't really do much for my hair. But then again I did not understand hair styling mechanics as well as now, so that may be a factor.

Anyways for hair sprays, the ones offered on the pretty jerk more than do the job well. At Aveda's price point, you are paying for the branding and more expensive ingredients to achieve a similar result that can be purchased at a lower price and more easily accessible besides.
 

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I don't mind paying a little bit premium for good product :)

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I heard their stuffs are natural too..

not sure about being natural.
you can be the first to try and review? haha

i don't use hair spray anymore so i don't know. haha
 

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I used to date a girl who works for Aveda, so I had a chance to use a fair number of their samples.

Their styling products are alright, well designed and well made, but it didn't really do much for my hair. But then again I did not understand hair styling mechanics as well as now, so that may be a factor.

Anyways for hair sprays, the ones offered on the pretty jerk more than do the job well. At Aveda's price point, you are paying for the branding and more expensive ingredients to achieve a similar result that can be purchased at a lower price and more easily accessible besides.

Thank you for your reply, I am also considering their shampoo also... trying to go organic to see if there are any improvement on my hair condition.

not sure about being natural.
you can be the first to try and review? haha

i don't use hair spray anymore so i don't know. haha

Yesterday almost purchased, but 50 dollars for a hairspray... errr... :s13:
 

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Thank you for your reply, I am also considering their shampoo also... trying to go organic to see if there are any improvement on my hair condition.



Yesterday almost purchased, but 50 dollars for a hairspray... errr... :s13:

then oh god no pls.

powerpoint hair spray works pretty much the same and half the price.
lol.

hairylord will have hair issue? :s13::s13:
 

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Hi all!

Currently looking for a more "gentle" shampoo. Any to recommend that is around $30~?

Thank you!
 
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