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    Looks like Crew and d:fi are turning out to be good choices!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    My three quiff styling products I simply wouldn't be without:

    Hairbond Moulder
    The king of hair products and the best wax out there (and I've used plenty over the years).



    Label M Sea Salt Spray
    A quick spritz on towel dry hair before drying works wonders on giving volume to quiffs.


    d:fi Fixing Spray
    Great quality fixing spray that leaves no sticky residue at all.
    I use the sea salt spray for the same thing! Good innit?
    How do you do your hair though - with three products? Because personally I usually just go towel dry, sea salt spray, style/blowdry, then finish with wax or clay and that seems to work pretty well. And takes maybe five minutes, which is a bonus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyreedwah View Post
    Looks like Crew and d:fi are turning out to be good choices!
    Same company

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    I use the sea salt spray for the same thing! Good innit?
    How do you do your hair though - with three products? Because personally I usually just go towel dry, sea salt spray, style/blowdry, then finish with wax or clay and that seems to work pretty well. And takes maybe five minutes, which is a bonus.
    I do the exactly the same as you (towel dry > sea salt spray > hair dry > wax/clay) but then just fix it in place with the d:fi fixing spray. The spray is great, totally invisible and just gives that extra assurance that it stays in place on blustery days. It takes me about five minutes too and stays in place all day (I can even get away with it looking just as good for a second day if I'm feeling lazy).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone View Post
    Same company
    Haha, there you go then, both great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    I do the exactly the same as you (towel dry > sea salt spray > hair dry > wax/clay) but then just fix it in place with the d:fi fixing spray. The spray is great, totally invisible and just gives that extra assurance that it stays in place on blustery days. It takes me about five minutes too and stays in place all day (I can even get away with it looking just as good for a second day if I'm feeling lazy).
    Ah, I'll give it a try then - though I do like looking a bit windswept on stubblier days! But it sounds like an improvement over the last clumpy hairspray I tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    Ah, I'll give it a try then - though I do like looking a bit windswept on stubblier days! But it sounds like an improvement over the last clumpy hairspray I tried.
    I do exactly the same. Today the quiff is more wild with bits flopping everywhere and looks great (even if I do say so myself). The quick spray works well especially for work days where being tidier and more presentable is the order of the day.

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    I used to use a lot of VO5 Products as well, until I got a tester of the Ted Baker "Stuck in the mud." It smells great and is the best i've ever used for styling. I'm not sure if its available to buy although I think its exclusive to boots!
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    What does this sea salt spray do? Is it a holding hair spray?

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    Quote Originally Posted by electroRoss View Post
    What does this sea salt spray do? Is it a holding hair spray?
    You know when you go swimming in the sea, come out and dry off and your hair feels a bit rougher and textured? That's the effect. It gives you some control (don't know what it's like on dry hair, I use it towel dry) and volume, as well as the texture. It can be like surfer hair, or you can do what Jay and I do, and style a quiff with it. It's quite versatile.

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