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    Default Men's hairstyling products

    I've been kind of curious about which products I should be using for my hair. My hair is medium-short and slightly thick. The problem is, though, that there are so many different types of products out there, (i.e. Styling paste, gel, pomade, texture cream, wax, fiber, clay, putty, etc.) so it's kind of difficult to figure out what I should be buying/using. As far as styles that I would be interested in accomplishing, I put some links on the bottom of my post. What products would help me achieve those looks?


    http://www.actingmodeling.com/images...in_farrell.jpg

    http://itn.co.uk/news/story13678c862...5bfe5ba955.jpg

    http://www.colinjamesfarrell.com/col...meshoot_30.jpg
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    I use Garnier Summer surf to keep my hair matt but in shape.

    If I want spikes I use Shockwaves Styling Steel- holds my hair in 4-5" spikes...
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    Yeah I'm definitely interested in the last picture - I don't know if that style has a name, but where it kind of goes up and forward.

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    I would certainly recommend the Garnier for that particular look, its strong- re-workable and matt textured.
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    Bumble and Bumble- Sumo Tech. Trust me. You will thank me. In fact, if you don't like it, I will buy it from you. Also, I know it sounds crazy, but you might get some good results by flat ironing your hair. Just my two scents. BFREE

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    Ask your stylist.

    Personally, I'd be taking Redken For Men - the Maneuver Working Wax should do the job you're after.

    http://www.redken.com/products/mens/styling

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    Sumotech is good, along with Aveda's Grooming Clay from their mens line. The Grooming Clay is like a soft clay - lighter than sumotech, and sumotech is more ... unique, kind of between a clay and paste.

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    Osmo Essence. Best pomade I've ever used. It REALLY is addictive. I used to like Bumble and Bumblefuck but Osmo is KING.

    http://www.osmoessence.co.uk/home.php

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    I have the same type of hair and I use DIRT by Jonathan Products and American Crew's Fiber. Sometimes I use a little DIRT first and then for a stronger hold I use the Fiber too. I just started trying the Redken for Men stuff and it's not bad either. DIRT is expensive but be had on Ebay at a great price. Good luck.

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    Gatsby has a whole range of hair styling products that are really great...gels to waxes and clay. you ought to check them out.

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    Control Paste by Aveda
    Styling wax or SumoWax (depending on your hair thickness) by Bumble and Bumble
    Craig the Barber
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    I use therm quite rarely, but when I do so, I'm quite pleased with the regular products by Nivea, Wella and L'Oreal.

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    I'm I the only weirdo that actually uses the AXE line of haircare products ??

    The hair cream they have works really well for me. I also like the De-Glue shampoo... it really cleans your hair well to get all of the styling stuff out in the shower.

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    UNO by Shiseido has some perfect styling products. Got some during vacation in Tokyo. I`m using Fiber Neo Mat Creator wax & this one is making wonders for me - all-day-long matte finish & strong hold.
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    American Crew Fiber is really gud for 3rd look i guess
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    I currently love using Tea Tree Shaping Cream by Paul Mitchell. Both Redken and American Crew also have decent product lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    American Crew Fiber is really gud for 3rd look i guess
    Seconded.

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