- Jan 12, 2015
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wake up in morning hair always very oily..
always need shampoo, got any better shampoo for oily scalp anot?
I used H&S for sometime liao i think time for a change
I've tried using wax when i was in secondary school, didn't like it as it made my face SUPER oily, like super super oily. Thus i didn't continue using hair styling product as i had a bad experience. However as of now, with more research, I've came to found out that there are other products that are not wax, such a clay or pomades.
Would like to get some opinion about hair clay as I think hair clay is something that i would want; easy to wash off. As for the types of hold and shine it gives, i know that it differs from product to product.
Have been wanting to get pre-styler and hair clay, was looking at giovanni frizz be gone pre-styler as it has heat protection and hopefully anti-frizz property just as it's name suggest? However I've read in this thread that the sea salt spray works wonder too, may i know what are the differences between this two?
I've also decided on getting the By vilian dynamite clay as it seems that it has the properties that i want; medium hold and matte finish if i remember correctly. However on hairbroduct website there is a product which interest me which is the morris motley treatment styling balm. Will i be better off by just getting the dynamite clay from by vilian? Or will the morris motley product have something to offer like it's treatment property and works the same as the dynamite clay?
Anyone got by vilain sidekick on stock? Or any pre styling product? Need it urgently!! Pm me thanks
There are many pre-stylers out there actually.
Will leave the job of dropping you a PM to others. Think you will have more than enough to consider from the options provided.
Just a point to highlight as we're on this topic - the differences between the many brands of SSS do not differ much. The main areas will be 1) Hold and 2) Dryness. Some might market itself more with added benefits such as heat protection, but in general all SSS comes with a certain degree of heat protection. Likewise, the stiffness that accompanies with it is how it allows the hair to be volumized. Working to build a base structure in the hair, it helps to aid subsequent hair styling.
Some SSS might be drier but helps to control the oils in the hair (useful for you if you've oily hair), while others don't feel that dry. Some comes with higher hold (useful if you've a hard time volumizing your hair) while others come with softer hold.