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Nov 5, 2018

Morrocan oil molding cream, trust me

The way it smells and makes your hair look is absolutely amazing

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Nov 22, 2018

Thanks man! Love it...

Nov 5, 2018
Nov 5, 2018

American Outlaw, hair spackle. Matte hold, pretty good, price not too crazy.

Nov 5, 2018

I'm a big fan of Bumble and Bumble Sumogel. Good hold and it only takes a little to work. Throw in some standard pomade (any brand works, so go cheap) to get a shiny look. Sometimes I'll hit it with a quick strafing run of hairspray to add more hold.

Side Note--Also a big fan of Hanz de Fuko. Everything they do is great, but I really like their Quicksand hair clay. Even though I'm moving more towards gels, I highly recommend anything HdeF.

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Dec 8, 2018

Hanz de Fuko is a godsend for someone like me who wants a "natural" non-slick/gelled/shiny look whose hair simply will not do what I want it to without some product. I swap between Quicksand and Sponge Wax. My barber suggested mixing them together and it's been my go-to lately.

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Nov 5, 2018

Layrite.

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Nov 5, 2018

Gypsy tears

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Nov 9, 2018

If you want no wet look, do not use pomade. Use a little bit of "sculpting clay" or "molding clay" or products that say something along those lines. Good hold and your hair looks dry and like you didn't use product.

Nov 9, 2018

Baxter of California Clay Pomade, strong hold and not too shiny

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Nov 10, 2018

hands down best i've found so far

Nov 9, 2018

TIGI Bed Head, been using it for years.

Dec 17, 2018

Holy shit, blast from the past. I used that shit in 6th grade.

Nov 9, 2018

I'm a net positive on Old Spice Putty. Smells fantastic, and it really easy to work with.

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Nov 9, 2018

Goon Grease or Baxter of California clay

Nov 9, 2018

Baxter's of California cream pomade. Otherwise, it just takes time to figure out what works best for you.

Nov 9, 2018

Patrick's M3 Pomade, it will hold all day and won't shine (it's a matte finish). Very high quality stuff

"It is not our circumstance that controls us, but our thoughts that control our circumstance." -James Allen

Nov 9, 2018

I don't let product touch my hair. Instead I shampoo once every 1-2 week(s) and afterwards massage organic coconut oil / Moroccan argan oil (coconut works better) into my scalp.

all the garbage product and constantly washing your hair is no bueno when you can naturally style it after you improve the quality of your hair. this is from someone who went from curly wavy to wavy straight hair

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Nov 10, 2018

So you just rinse it with water on a daily basis? Don't they get greasy after 1-2 days? Can you talk a bit more about the routine and outcome? Thx!

Nov 12, 2018
  1. Shampoo hair once every two weeks
  2. Dry hair and apply a good amount of coconut oil
  3. Leave on hair for entire day
  4. Wash off with hottest water available (only touching your hair or it will obviously burn your skin) and squeeze out all excess oil
  5. wash hair once a day with hottest water available and make sure you're brushing it all the way backwards, then all the way forwards while washing. Just be thorough. \

your hair will adjust and not be as greasy / dry going forward

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Nov 9, 2018

Reuzel red pomade

Nov 10, 2018

I use Wella EIMI Shape Shift since 2 years - love it and don't want anything else anymore. You do have to wash it out of your hair every night.

Nov 10, 2018

ECO styler gel. One of my ex-girlfriends (in tandem with her sister) is a hair model/enthusiast sensation on YouTube with 100K+ followers and this was what they recommended to me in the past. Granted, they're black girls and their natural hair types are way different than mine as a white male, but they loved the gel and I do too, so it must be versatile.

It's available on Amazon in the U.S. so hopefully it's everywhere else too. It doesn't have the most intense hold and it wears out as the day goes on, but it will "set" your hair in place in the morning and gradually fade away later in the afternoon/evening without ever leaving any stickiness or residue or flakes. It's the most "natural" feeling gel I've used, if that makes sense.

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Nov 18, 2018

Same.

Nov 10, 2018

Reuzel Fiber Pomade.

Nov 10, 2018

Not to sound cliche but anyone that can recommend product for a Bateman esque hairstyle? ie longer thick hair slicked back- but not gel Gordon Gecko style.

Also whether you can use on towel dried or need to blow dry (analyst in IBD so cant afford to blow dry every morning...)

Thanks!

Nov 10, 2018
Nov 10, 2018

Don't use a gel if you don't want a wet look (honestly don't use gel in general). For a finishing product get Cavalier Clay by Blumaan and it looks really good if you prestyle with Original by Blumaan after a shower. I know that company has recently released a pomade and has a hybrid clay if your hair is a little thinner or lighter, but I haven't tried them.

Nov 10, 2018

Suavecito Pomade

Nov 12, 2018

American Crew - Fiber

Not wet looking; holds well for extended period

Nov 18, 2018

Best hair gel to get the right look is this stuff called nair. It will get your hair to lay just how you want it. Apply generously and work it down to the scalp for the best look.

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Nov 20, 2018

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Nov 22, 2018
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Nov 29, 2018
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