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post #1 of 13
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alright, so I was wondering if anybody could help me...I have really really curly hair, and well, right now, I have it cut in a Faux-hawk style and well, the gel's I have don't cut it... so can anyone tell me of a really strong-holding gel or maybe even wax that I could get so I can stop going out with a flattop and go with the faux?

TiA


also, what kind of hair products do y'all use, just shampoo & conditioner or more than that?
post #2 of 13
tigi's bedhead mohawk gel will hold it ... but it'll give u a really gelled look

if u want something with a more matte finish you could try tigi's hard to get
post #3 of 13
I recommend Bumble&Bumble Sumotech or Sumowax. They're the strongest holding products I've ever come across, and they don't make your hair look too "product-y"
post #4 of 13
When I had a faux hawk I used something called Short Sexy Hair FRENZY. It comes in a little tub with a yellow lid and it's purple. It's a strong wax. Really thick. Works great for faux hawks...(I am a professional hair stylist).

Also, if you have curly hair that is all frizzy, I would recommend Redken Smooth Down. It's good stuff. Shoot me a PM if you have any questions!
post #5 of 13
The Smooth Down is a shampoo and conditioner. Forgot to add that.
post #6 of 13
^^ thats the beauty of the edit button

the only thing i've ever used is got to be glued. works bomb and smells good.

post #7 of 13
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by plastic_alligator View Post
When I had a faux hawk I used something called Short Sexy Hair FRENZY. It comes in a little tub with a yellow lid and it's purple. It's a strong wax. Really thick. Works great for faux hawks...(I am a professional hair stylist).

Also, if you have curly hair that is all frizzy, I would recommend Redken Smooth Down. It's good stuff. Shoot me a PM if you have any questions!

yeah, that's my hair lol, I'll look into it, see if I can go and find it.. thanks


and thanks everyone...looks like I have a lot of options lol
post #8 of 13
Good luck! There is also an AWESOME serum out there for smoothing down frizzies after you have your style. I forget who makes it but a lady at my work has it. And it's awesome. I will find out what it is.
post #9 of 13
Thread Starter 
Thanks, and I'm going to assume that I can't get some of this stuff at the Wal Mart across the street right?

guess I'm heading to Sallys lol...I think that's right..
post #10 of 13
I agree, this stuff apparently works extremely well for what you want and its cheap! I would suggest getting their glue removing shampoo as well, its easier to get out when you jump in the shower, it prevents nasty build up and flakiness.

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^^ thats the beauty of the edit button

the only thing i've ever used is got to be glued. works bomb and smells good.

post #11 of 13

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post #12 of 13
Conditioner works dude! you gotta apply it on your hair everyday and leave it on for at least 5 minutes before rinsing.
post #13 of 13
This thread is from 2008! haha
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