The Hair Thread - Part 4

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x3dnd3x

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Gold Digger hold stronger than Uevro Grey right? :s11:

Hey sorry for the late reply. Haha.. I feel byrd is abit more dry than bb90. Which gives the feel of a slightly stronger hold.
It's on a form of a harder cream compared to the wet bb90 cream texture. Easier to use.

Anyway. I am bringing in the uevo grey dry wax and green shiny wax.
I love it. Strong hold dry finish.
Great for shorter hairstyles.
Great for sg weather as well. Doesn't melt and stays on whole day.

Will update when I receive the goods.
 

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goldwell/KMS

Need hairwax or seasalt. Range of GOLDWELL/KMS HAIR PRODUCTS. PM ME
 

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hmm, stronger as in it's heavier, some like.

but uevo definitely more dry.

haha u need some uevo sir? stay tune to my site

I need leh actually. How long arh? Don't know whether can wait or not.

Your website what again arh? Long time never hoot hair wax liao.
 

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Go Morris motley balm dude. No more bad hair day
On the expensive side but if it works then it does not matter .
Is the hold very strong? Is it wax? For short hair? My style is those messy hair style

Anyone knows if compare to claymation, which is better?
 

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On the expensive side but if it works then it does not matter .
Is the hold very strong? Is it wax? For short hair? My style is those messy hair style

Anyone knows if compare to claymation, which is better?

I use MM chrome. Damn bloody good. Quick sticky and bit hard to comb into your hair but with a bit of force, can liao. But If you finger style it then wont be much of a problem liao. The hold is great either way.

Instead of claymation, may i suggest lockhart's matte clay? Works like a clay but has pomade properties. so its quite pliable for a clay and the hold is really good too. You can do some research on this product. Quite a few sites discuss this clay over claymation.
 

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I use MM chrome. Damn bloody good. Quick sticky and bit hard to comb into your hair but with a bit of force, can liao. But If you finger style it then wont be much of a problem liao. The hold is great either way.

Instead of claymation, may i suggest lockhart's matte clay? Works like a clay but has pomade properties. so its quite pliable for a clay and the hold is really good too. You can do some research on this product. Quite a few sites discuss this clay over claymation.

Lockhart is without paraben as well right ?
 

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On the expensive side but if it works then it does not matter .
Is the hold very strong? Is it wax? For short hair? My style is those messy hair style

Anyone knows if compare to claymation, which is better?

it's a very versatile product.
you can use it on short hair, confirm ok.

restylebility also damn good
 

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I use MM chrome. Damn bloody good. Quick sticky and bit hard to comb into your hair but with a bit of force, can liao. But If you finger style it then wont be much of a problem liao. The hold is great either way.

Instead of claymation, may i suggest lockhart's matte clay? Works like a clay but has pomade properties. so its quite pliable for a clay and the hold is really good too. You can do some research on this product. Quite a few sites discuss this clay over claymation.

tried the lockhart, not as solid as i thought it was. no hold and abit too oily.

for clay, i still like my dynamite clay. less oily haha
 

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tried the lockhart, not as solid as i thought it was. no hold and abit too oily.

for clay, i still like my dynamite clay. less oily haha

hmm but i prefer a clay that is somewhat pliable with a comb. so I guess with that in mind, probably have to sacrifice some of the holding properties of a clay? hahaha. you got any other suggestions on clays with such properties?
 

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Hi guys,

My hair is fine and thin. I am unable to get volume when i style it backwards.
I used claymation and dynamite clay but it doesn't hold and my hair goes flat after awhile.
When the wind blows, it just messed up my hair.

I think that clay is not suitable for my hair.
any recommendations?

Thank you.
 

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Hi guys,

My hair is fine and thin. I am unable to get volume when i style it backwards.
I used claymation and dynamite clay but it doesn't hold and my hair goes flat after awhile.
When the wind blows, it just messed up my hair.

I think that clay is not suitable for my hair.
any recommendations?

Thank you.

did you use a sea salt spray?

hair goes flat is not because no hold, is because no volume
 

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did you use a sea salt spray?

hair goes flat is not because no hold, is because no volume

No, I did not.

What are the best products for volume, i did used sidekick and blow. Still doesnt stay.
 

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new in, uevo dry wax series

grey - matte finish
green - shiny finish

introductory price can check out my site or signature below!
 

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No, I did not.

What are the best products for volume, i did used sidekick and blow. Still doesnt stay.

means your hair either too thick and heavy or you never blow dry properly.

for hair to go flat is normal

just restyle it
 
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