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    Cool Hair Thread

    Post your hair related queries, advice and experiences in this thread!

    The Post your hairstyle thread can be found here



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    Default Good short hair products

    Any suggestions?

    I don't really have anything to use before it's dried... I have plenty of waxes but none seem quite right.
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    Tresemme stuff is amazing, the freeze hold spray and the putty.
    That's what I use, and it's so strong that I've had my hair up in a mohwak and it has stayed for a good 3 hours at a party.
    You can't see it either.

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    Brill

    I need something that's natural looking, and won't make it all sticky-up and pineapple like the next day (which is what's happening right now). I can't wash it every day, so need help.
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    Tresemme really does just brush out.
    It's perfect for meeting your mum and pretending you didn't go to a party the night before, if your hair has been washed that morning, my mum gets suspicious. XD

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    I find some mousse ( i use Adsa's brand one..it's about a quid!) roughly ruffled through the roots and the back of my hair usually works a treat if i want some volume..
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    I just blow dry with my head upside down and spray hairspray at the roots (whilst my head is still upside down) for volume.

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    I might try Tresemme, I use shockwaves and it just falls down after half and hour or so.

    I don't need volume, my hair practically sticks out sideways.
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    Shockwaves is poor, I tried that replay one, or whatever, the one that can be messed up but stays in the same shape. So poor.

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    I like Treseme Freeze Hold spray, its the only spray that stops my fringe getting gaps.
    But I have to wash my hair the next day after using it, it makes my hair feel yukky
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