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Old 06-24-2009, 01:46 PM
 
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What Hair Product freezes hair with the wet look?

I would like to style my hair so it is pushed straight back but
still a little wavy and maintain that "just out of the shower"
wet look. (but not greasy)

What product will hold all the water in without looking greasy?
I am looking for a product that I can but at a Walmart or Target.

Thanks..
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Old 10-27-2009, 11:28 AM
 
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My husband likes Dep gel in Mega hold- wet look, but very crunchy. I like Bed Head by Tigi, but you have to get that at a salon.
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Old 10-27-2009, 12:14 PM
 
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My husband likes Dep gel in Mega hold- wet look, but very crunchy. I like Bed Head by Tigi, but you have to get that at a salon.
You can buy tigi shampoo & conditioner at drug stores though...so I am pretty sure you can get the other products at a drug store as well.
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Old 10-27-2009, 03:46 PM
 
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Any hair spray & gel that is maximum hold. You want to watch for flaking though. Some products tend to flake.

Towel dry you hair, then slather a dime sized gel blob on wet palms. Run it through your hair and comb into place. Once that is dry fix with the max hold hair spray. Spray evenly all over. I like aussie brand stuff as it seems to not dry out my hair.

I prefer the two product method because you can use less gel so you hair looks thicker. The gel just kinda shapes it and the spray really holds it together.

The stuff:
Buy Aussie Instant Freeze Sculpting Gel Online at drugstore.com

Buy Aussie Instant Freeze Hair Spray, Extreme Hold, Aerosol Online at drugstore.com
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