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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    I haven't as I have VERY straight hair and usually find that if I add product on my hair while damp the weight flattens it and I find it harder to get a decent quiff going. I've not tried it with the pomade so shall experiment a little.
    I've been using good old original Brylcreem to get my hair under control, that and regular cuts. Smells a bit, but it even seems to be holding my ridiculous hair in place most of the time, I would say you could get a slicked back quiff going with some careful shaping; my hair currently gets swept back and combed in a slight teddy boy style, and with a little pushing forward I can get a bit of a quiff going.

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    My hair is quite wavy, but I started using American Crew fiber a few months ago and it works really well. Gel doesn't work at all for me, just makes my hair look curly!

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    hi all i am looking for a messy look quiff and fringe shortish style i use dfi pink lid wax seems week most hairwax is. however i use to use this and blow dry my hair... and use to use this wax loreal.

    Hair wax- Loreal.

    I just wanted to know if anybody used these. I am currently using DFI and Textured Gum dont think any are good for my hair.



    These are the two i use to use. Thinking of going back to them

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    Finally got my hands on some hairbond moulder its been out of stock for the past few weeks but its back in stock for anyone looking for it.

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    currently use kevin murphy stuff, its great for thick, coarse hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay_ View Post
    Finally got my hands on some hairbond moulder its been out of stock for the past few weeks but its back in stock for anyone looking for it.
    Hi, I'm new to the forum after reading the threads which are really informative so have decided to join.


    Back on topic I've short hair (2 back & sides) with a swept top (cut with scissors) like Jamie Redknapp http://img.skysports.com/11/03/800x6...pp_2575040.jpg and use solid clay which a small amount is rubbed in hands then applied. Over the years I've used all sorts but am still to find the best product for my hair, from Ted Baker wax, to Hackett Hair Clay, to VO5 Matt Clay (I'm using now) but I'm interested to try something new and Hairbond Moulder or American Crew Moulding Clay may well be worth a try. Its obvious American Crew Moulding Clay will be a solid but what about Hairbond Moulder? What’s the consistency of it... is it more of a paste used for longer windswept hair rather than shorter hair or a solid too? Thanks for reading.

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    Wondering if I can get some advice, I got bored with my side-fringed mop and had a fairly drastic haircut the other day (for me, anyway). Been having a play with how to style it, and think I may try something a little 11th Doctor-ish:



    Although probably without the tuck-behind-the-ear on the other side. Anyway, what kind of thing should I be looking to use on it? Complete noob when it comes to hair products.

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    got2b and La Bella hair gel
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    Quote Originally Posted by William Colman View Post
    I've been using good old original Brylcreem to get my hair under control, that and regular cuts. Smells a bit, but it even seems to be holding my ridiculous hair in place most of the time, I would say you could get a slicked back quiff going with some careful shaping; my hair currently gets swept back and combed in a slight teddy boy style, and with a little pushing forward I can get a bit of a quiff going.
    Hows that brylcreem been going for you? Just got my hair cut today and going for a side parting/sleek back hybrid. Got American crew pomade, not sure on it though, thinking of experimenting with brylcreem, but have flashbacks of hair being stuck to my head with the wet look back in the day.

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    I have used a couple of women's brands and I found it more effective for my hair, hmmm, weird.


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