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u/lsirius · 7 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

I hope you see this because this is a huge tip that helped me. You have a winter skin tone, so pure colors, true red, true blue, black, jewel tones (like that hot pink top which you are ROCKING, btw) will look the best on you. This is like an old idea from the 50's I think, but I really agree with it.

Also, one product I really like as far as makeup goes is this in peach perfection. I am also a winter and a little color on the cheeks really will help your face pop & can help give you a more feminine cheekbone. I'm sure there are youtube videos on how to apply.

I agree with the lady that said some sideswept bangs would look nice. They will help balance out your jawline. Also try parting your hair a little further over a la

Do you know how to tease your hair at all? If you have wavy hair, it helps give it a little poof to the side and back so that all your curls don't make it look flat on the top. You can look up teasing or backcombing to see how to do it or take your pretty butt down to a salon & tell them to show you. But don't go overboard. Not looking for scene kid, just a little extra volume on top.

Also with waves, a texturizing spray like this: is your friend. And my favorite hairspray to finish with is good old aquanet. We're trying to get natural, not crunchy waves with these two products.

Last of all, congratulations on finding our true self & keep being you. If you want to try any of these tips but can figure them out, just let me know, and I'll be glad to do some videos and show you how! I have a lot of LGBTQ friends & even volunteer working with a couple of organizations that help with things like this, so let me know if even you just need to talk or whatever--be proud of who you are!

u/redditorfor16days · 7 pointsr/needadvice

you realize than an extravert would do good to work on introvert skills, because you see the benefits of being an introvert, right? so you should work on the strengths of an extravert. that is step one.

1a. read this, and apply liberally. as an introvert, you're very perceptive. you will not lose this skill by developing your ability to be extraverted.

1b. check out /r/seduction and /r/askseddit. your friends don't know how to attract women. their female friends don't know what they're looking for. people who get their needs met up to their basest standards will not devote time to figuring shit out. don't become an asshole, but absorb information from these places, and see what rings true.

1c. go to /r/malefashionadvice and figure out what works for you. do you look like a chump? fix it. if you are uncomfortable dressing in a way that feels fake, figure out what doesn't feel fake. the main rule is appear like you take care in your appearance. this communicates that you are a thoughtful person, have a personal style, and are financially and emotionally stable. it also allows a woman to compliment you on an element of your style. something easy to start with is a $30 timex weekender or easy reader with a leather band. throw out all your old shitty shirts. if you're a t-shirt wearer, you can get designer t-shirts in bags at tj maxx/ross type stores.

1d. hello, /r/malegrooming. put some fucking hair mud in your hair. go to /r/wicked_edge and start shaving with a DE. take pride and care in your grooming. PM me for a <$100 starter kit (links to products, i'm not selling it). if you have pimples, handle them. cut your goddamned nose hairs.

1e. i recommend /r/Fitness, but they can be jerks. on a basic level, i would recommend being able to do body weight exercises like push ups, chin ups, crunches, squats. do some running, and some jumping jacks.

1f. get a hobby that you're excited about and want to yap incessantly about to the point of getting on people's nerves. i started fixed gear cycling, and i'm working on my bike, and it's loads of fun and just for me.

the second step is to just hang out with more people. we live in the 21st century, and you're 23. don't ask to be set up. it's silly. sub-points:

2a. go out and do things by yourself. smoke some weed, then go bike around the park at night. walk around a college campus and learn where all the cool spots are. go to an art museum. what you're doing is learning to be fun. do shit, and enjoy it. don't have it be just the consumption of media, either. go bowling.

2b. when you go out, talk to people. notice something funny? mention it to the person standing next to you. fat guy has a cool laptop? ask them about it. a girl has glorious tits? tell her you like her boots. especially if you start frequenting locations, you can start a conversation with someone who has a routine about how you see them there all the time and haven't introduced yourself.

2c. now that you're thinking of fun shit to do and talking to people, come up with something fun to do, and invite people you know. have fun. this can be going out somewhere. it can be making nachos and watching some nerdy movie. whatever.

2d. now that you've established a fun persona with your friends with positive associations, they might start inviting you. but people, especially naturally social people, often will forget about people. don't take it personally when they don't invite you. when someone mentions doing something with people, say "mind if i tag along?" or "dude, i should totally go to that." if they say no or whatever, go, "cool. let me know when something awesome happens."

and then you start talking to women and inviting them to do things one on one. so, a recap:

  1. take care of yourself and your appearance, and lrn2social

  2. talk to people, do fun things, become a fun person, develop all your relationships.

  3. invite women to do shit.

    the thing about me as an introvert is i have a hard time putting myself out there with people, but that's bullshit. i'm just being a disingenuous asshole. my mom recently died, and i've just started talking to people and telling them what's going on and how i feel and what i'm thinking. it's so much better. no extra pain, and much better relationships with people. step 0 is quit being a withholding asshole. no offense.
u/DiscordDraconequus · 2 pointsr/FixMyPrint

Definitely sounds like adhesion problems. A good first layer is the most important thing for a successful print, so hopefully once you get this figured out you will start having a lot more success.

In my opinion, there are three parts to a good first layer:

  1. Z-heights. In my opinion, this is the most important thing and you should get this working first before trying any crazy other things. For the first layer to work, you need to be very precise in how close the nozzle starts to the bed. This in of itself has two parts as well - z-offset, and bed levelness. The z-offset is set either with software settings if you have an auto-leveling probe (I think), or by some sort of mechanical endstop that will get bumped when your printer is leveling itself. Regarding bed levelness, if your bed is unlevel (and you don't have an auto-leveling probe compensating for it), then you will have different heights at different parts of your print bed, which will cause problems. I think that Monoprice printers have mechanical endstops, but they are not easily adjustable. That means that you have to do everything by adjusting the overall bed height to meet the nozzle, rather than having some control over both the bed levelness and the endstop engagement. The general rule of thumb for z-height is that you want to be able to just barely slide a piece of paper between the nozzle and the bed surface. I found the manual for your printer: take a look at step 7 on page 8 of the setup process, which explains it a bit. I recommend you level it while both the bed and the nozzle are hot (just be careful not to burn yourself). Position the extruder over the corner you will be adjusting, command the z-axis to home, and try to move the paper. My rule of thumb is if I can push the paper without it bunching up, but can still feel that there is some resistance from the nozzle, then I have it good. There is actually a tiny range of acceptable heights, and if you want to get really good adhesion then you can dial them down a little tighter, although that can cause other issues if you go too extreme. Repeat the paper test at all 4 corners, and then repeat it everywhere as a check- sometimes adjusting one corner can throw off all the others. Also test it in the middle of the bed to make sure that it isn't warped or twisted. [Edit] Also take a look at the pictures after step 21 on page 10. That should be a good indicator of if you have set your heights correctly.

  2. Bed material. Plastic sticks better to some materials than to others. Other people have advised you on this already. I print with blue painter's tape, which has been really excellent for me. Keep in mind that different brands can be slightly different, so if you are having issues with one type then trying a different one might help- even if masking tape is very similar to painter's tape, the former might just not be good for holding onto 3d printer plastic. Kapton tape is also good, though more expensive and less disposable. I like that I can totally trash my print surface to take a stubborn print off the bed without wasting a ton of money. Other people print on borosilicate glass beds, which you can often get cut to size at hardware or home improvement stores- just be careful not to increase the height without adjusting your endstops somehow, which could cause your nozzle to crash into the bed if your mechanical endstop is set for a bare bed. Keep in mind that you will need to level your bed with the material on it, since adding stuff will increase the height of the bed slightly and will affect the paper test.

  3. Bed adhesion aids. This is extra stuff to add onto the bed to increase adhesion. My printer can print well with just a good level surface and blue painter tape, but I use Aquanet Hairspray when I really want to get good adhesion for a weird print that won't have much first layer surface area. (check out "customers who bought this item also bought..." for a little laugh). You can pick up that up at a CVS or Walgreens. Other people have suggested glue sticks and other stuff.

    Some more little things, you are printing with ABS which has a high coefficient of thermal expansion. That means it has a strong tendency to warp and shrink as you print, which can cause the corners of your print to peel up off the bed. You can mitigate that slightly by controlling the ambient temperature around your printer more carefully. Get some sort of enclosure to stick your printer in to keep it hot- something simple like an insulated plastic bag, cardboard box, or tupperware container can work. Just be careful not to use anything flammable that the hot end could ignite.

    Alternatively, you could try a different plastic. PLA is a much more beginner friendly material that shouldn't give you the same warping problems that ABS does and doesn't need a heated enclosure at all. It has it's own problems that you may run into, but it should be much easier to get your first few good prints out of your printer with it.
u/birthday-party · 5 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

(sorry to interrupt this thread) I have the same feeling, and I haven't used the Marc Anthony product -- but I do have some good product suggestions.

I like using a volumizing mousse and/or a hair powder to give my hair grip and volume without a stitch of extra oiliness. I find that most thickening/styling creams tend to weigh my hair down, which makes my hair look fuller but fall flat later in the day. Root spray will do good things for me, but only in combination with something a little stronger.

I use a mousse nearly every time my hair is wet. If I want more volume or to do something when my hair is still squeaky-clean, I supplement with a powder/spray to give it the texture to hold. They are also good to fluff up your hair if/when it falls.

Favorite mousses:

  • Drybar's Southern Belle mousse: Sort of a strong smell if you're sensitive to that. Volume, but I can run my hands through it. I've been using this every day.

  • Kerastase Resistance Volumactive: Recommended by my hairdresser. The most powerful mousse I've used, with good hold. Doesn't leave your roots particularly soft but is volumizing magic (and is not usually this expensive).

  • Aveda Phomollient - Leaves hair soft and full. This is the most minimal hold of the three.

  • Runners-up: Bumble and bumble Full Form mousse (Works very well, runs out VERY quickly), Big Sexy Hair Root Pump Plus (Effective, but a little crunchy-feeling).

    Hair powder:

  • L'Oreal Professionel True Grip: Love this. My personal favorite. Lasts longer than you'd think, even though it's so small. Doubles as dry shampoo.

  • Schwarzkopf Dust It: Works well for styling/pulling hair up. A little denser than the True Grip.

  • Got2B Powderful: The cheapest, and it's magic. Also made by Schwarzkopf. Holds its own against the other two.

  • Runner-up: Bumble and bumble Pret-a-Powder (pricy, smells good, soft... but just not as good as the others as a texturizer or dry shampoo).

    Texturizing spray: This stuff, sprayed at the roots, will fluff up any hair, any time. Works well for volume and for getting styles to hold.

  • HOLY GRAIL PRODUCT ALERT: Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray. Hold up hair, spray at roots, drop hair, roots stay up. Great for fluffing up a ponytail or boosting limp afternoon/next-day hair.

u/sthutton · 4 pointsr/FeminineNotFeminist

Ooooh fun topic! Hair background: I'm not sure if I have thick hair, or just a lot of it, but the volume is not lacking! It's got a mind of its own as far as texture - sometimes more wavy, sometimes more straight, sometimes even straight up curly. Length - mid-back to low-back, depending on whether I needed a big chunk of dead ends chopped off. Dyed religiously because prematurely gray is not my style. :'( Because of this dying, my hair is crazy dry. And I live in a really humid climate.


  • Olaplex No. 3 - I use this pre-shampoo/condition about twice a month. Truly a hair saver. If I could only own a single hair product, it would be this! Makes my "hay" hair soft again, and tones down the tangles.
  • Oribe Royal Blowout - this is a heat styling spray that I use if I'm going to blow dry or use heat styling. Smells amazeballs!
  • Oribe Anti-Humidity spray - To be honest, I don't know how much this helps, but it makes me feel better about walking out into 90% humidity after I just finished styling my hair. Also, smells amazeballs. :)
  • Deva Curl Low Poo - One of the shampoos I alternate between. I don't use it for the curls/waves so much as I do for the gentle formula and softness it brings out in my hair. Does NOT smell amazeballs, haha.
  • ION Purify shampoo - This is the other shampoo I alternate between. We have extremely hard water (I've also gotten a shower head filter, but still hard) and the build up needs washed out. Supposed to be good for after swimming in chlorine too. My hair feels weird after rinsing it out, like it's dying for the conditioner, but feels SUPER soft after conditioning and drying.
  • Deva Curl Conditioner - One of the many conditioners I alternate between. This is one that I usually use after the Deva Curl shampoo. Smells weird, but softer hair, so I tolerate it.
  • Argan Conditioning Mask - Another conditioner I alternate with. I use the heavy duty conditioners/masks once a week because of the dry texture of my hair. This one is a holy grail hair mask! Smells soooooo good and hair is like silk...or as close as it can get after dying every 6-8 weeks for over 7 years!
  • It's a 10 Hair Mask - I definitely like this hair mask, just not as much as the Argan one. Smells great - nicely conditions.
  • Oribe Glaze - I use this halfway between my hair colorings. It's supposed to help bring the shine back like right after you get your hair dyed. I don't like how it makes my scalp feel after using it...kinda greasy/build-up-y feeling, so that's why I use it so sparingly. Plus it is heavily perfumed, and while I like it, I have eczema so I'm cautious about what washes down my body in the shower.

    Editing to add things I forgot: I use a special microfiber towel for drying my hair (cause it's supposed to help with frizz), then I air dry the rest of the way 99% of the time. I will use a straightener or curling iron periodically, but actually want to start using those more often. There's only so much pretty you can get without heat styling.

    I sleep on a satin pillow case because that's supposed to help with frizz and breakage.
u/ashhole613 · 1 pointr/Hair

It depends on your hair type. If you have fine hair, a light leave-in spray conditioner would be good. If it's medium or coarse, you can use a heavier leave-in conditioner that you apply after shampooing. You don't want to weigh it down and make it oily with anything too heavy for your hair type. TIGI makes one that is good for all hair types.

I use CHI Silk Infusion (feels like a thick, viscous oil in your hand) - just a dime sized drop, spread on your hands and fingers, and run through your hair lightly while it's still damp before you blow dry. A tiny bottle goes a LONG way. I've been using mine for almost two years now.

You need to make sure you're using a heat protector spray if you're applying ANY heat to your hair (blow dryer and flat iron) so that it's not toasting your hair. Catwalk makes a really great thermal spray that also makes your hair shiny.

The last thing is pretty simple - many of those people with glossy hair are actually using a shine spray. They make your hair silky smooth and very shiny. I use one from Fantastic Sams that smells like Fruity Pebbles. :) HALO also makes a great one that I used to be in love with in cosmetology school. I assume it's the same formulation as before, even though now it's HALO by Sebastian apparently.

To get these cheap, go to TJMaxx, Ross, Marshall's, or a similar store. They almost always stock salon products for cheap. By cheap, I mean it's almost as cheap as I get with my license at the salon supply store. It's where I get mine when I can't get to the salon supplier before closing! :)

u/radale · 1 pointr/BlackHair

No problem. I'll tell you a bit about my hair care/styling methods. I'm no guru, but I've been using this method for about a year, and I've found that this works for me right now. I'm sure I'll tweak my methods somewhere down the line. Difficult to manage natural hair requires a lot of trial and error. My hair's natural right now. It's been about six and a half years since I last relaxed my hair, and though I'm sometimes tempted to go back, I'm determined not to do so. It always resulted in hair breakage and loss of length. Granted, it was largely because I didn't do a good job of taking care of my hair.

If I know I'm going to be lazy about my hair for the upcoming week, I just put the majority of my effort taking care of my hair into Saturday or Sunday.

On Saturday or Sunday morning, I'll wash it (sulphate free shampoo and conditioner), use the LOC (liquid, oil, conditioner [[creamy leave-in like this one] method to moisturize my hair, let my hair air dry for about 5-6 hours, and then stretch my hair using a blow-dryer.

Since I started using the LOC method, I've found that my hair holds on to moisture longer, and doesn't end up bone dry at the end of the week. I usually stretch my hair with a blow dryer because if I don't, it just becomes too tangled and difficult to manage.

If I'm feeling super lazy and just can't be bothered with my hair, it just goes up in a bun. If I'm feeling a little less lazy, I'll do an overnight flexi-rod set. Flexi-rods can take a while to get used to, but it's one of those things where practice makes perfect, and you can eventually get those things in and out of your hair in no time. I usually put them in before bed while I'm watching TV.

Since I stretch my hair with a blow-dryer, I try to find ways to throw in a bunch of heat protection. After I wash my hair, I section it into 4 pieces, and just work around my head. I start with Aphogee style and wrap mousse for the liquid (it's also a heat protectant), then I use IC Fantasia straightening serum as the oil, and finish off with the Cantu shea butter I linked to before. After that, I twist each section so my hair can absorb the moisture, and to get a start of getting my hair in a stretched state. Later on in the day, I blow-dry each section. If I need my hair to dry faster, I just take the twists out 1 or 2 hours before I'm ready to blow dry. I try to get my hair to air dry as much as possible so I can expose my hair to as little heat from the blow-dryer as possible.

If I plan on flat ironing my hair, I follow that same method, but also use Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Flat Iron Perfector (yes, you guessed it, more heat protection).

All of that can sound like a lot, and right now, it's a bit too much for me at the moment. I honestly don't like having to deal with my hair most of the time, so I'm probably going to braid or twist my hair soon. If you're like me, and can't be bothered to pay an arm and a leg to get your hair braided, or simply find someone to do it (I live in a very white part of my city) find a day to learn how to do extensions yourself. Eventually, all it'll cost you is a Saturday and however many packs of hair you'll need. And it's a great time to binge watch some Netflix.

This hair can be frustrating. I know...

u/blue_eyes13 · 3 pointsr/AskMen

I have wavy hair (24 f though) but I know it can be a pain in the butt to deal with regardless of length. The more you fight the natural texture of your hair the more work you'll be doing to maintain it and honestly it usually looks better with your natural texture. The best thing I've found to use on it is the wax/paste because it gives you definition but doesn't make it crunchy. My favorite kind is garnier fructis surf wax but they also make something specifically for men that's by suave. The garnier one smells fruity and the men's one smells more fresh (I've used it before- it's pretty nice). For my long hair I scrunch it, might be a different technique for men. I would look to Robert Downey Jr or Patrick Dempsey for good styles that I personally find attractive.

u/nhawkins · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

While my hair is nothing like yours (long, thick, relatively straight), I've had wonderful results with It's a 10 Miracle Leave-in plus Keratin. It's on the pricier side but it does a lot of great things for my hair. It has heat protectant in it as well as it detangles, defrizzes, and a bunch of other things. I don't know anyone with wavy or curly hair that has used it but it says on the bottle it's for all hair types. And I don't think it would make your hair feel greasy, especially if you focused on the ends and stayed away from your scalp. It's hard to say for sure if you'd have results similar to mine but I would definitely recommend giving it a try if you're willing to spend the money!

u/blabgasm · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

This gal's youtube tutorial channel was recced to me after some more moaning about my hair woes downthread: Miss Charmsie. Her hair is about 1.5 tiers curlier than mine, based upon the totally arbitrary scale I have just invented (I know real scales exist), and I definitely can't pull off bangs, but maybe it'll be useful to you! The two product recommendation videos are worth a watch.

I can tell you a few basics after finally learning how to handle my hair a bit. First - if you are gonna put in any product, do it when your hair is still wet from the shower, and probably use about half of what you usually do. A leave in conditioner is an absolute must, even if you don't use any other products. I don't use a towel or a t-shirt in my hair, I just wring it out like an old dishrag and leave it to air dry. Since it's thin that doesn't take too long. DON'T TOUCH THAT SHIT!!! It gets said over and over, and I never bought it till I was like 30. Seriously, tape your hands to thighs if you can't resist the urge. This is the most critical phase in curls. My hair always looks it best when I leave myself no time to mess with it before I have to literally run out the door!

If I have the time I will do a very careful half-way dried spritz with a sea salt spray, especially around the roots for the volume/definition. But don't go crazy! I will usually flip my hair over and bend like I'm tying my shoes to do this so the product doesn't just end up on the crown and weight my biz down. When it's finally dry I will do a very, very gentle break-up of my curls with my fingers (might get an afro pick after watching Miss Charmsie's videos) and give it a little toss around like I'm in a mosh pit to break it all up and make it look natural.

Give this product a try - it really works well for me. I have really long hair though, so it might not be a good choice depending on your hair length. I gather that texturing sprays are kinda controversial for curly hair, which is also dry hair, but it's worked well for me.

u/KestrelLowing · 4 pointsr/femalehairadvice

I think what you need, more than anything, is to get some volume in your hair!

Try out some different methods of styling your hair and some different products. My go-to products for adding volume are mousses and those volumizing powders. Big sexy hair has one that I've used and like but there are many other brands as well. I also use not your mother's texturing spray and like that a lot to give my hair a bit more grit to be a bit more likely to hold volume if I do something like tease it a bit.

Also, I'd try to put some texture in your hair.

How much styling do you want to do? I think you'd look cute in a cut like this maybe, but that texture is key! If you've got any natural wave, you can use sea salt spray to pump up that texture, if not you'll probably have to resort to heat styling with either a curling iron or straightener.

If you'd like to go a bit shorter, maybe something like this.

u/BrutalHonestyBuffalo · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

These two products are amazing for adding texture to fine hair (mine is very similar to yours - very fine and poofy - and it does amazing things for me).

OSIS Dust - Adds texture without being sticky or stiff.

Sea Salt Spray - Spray all over adds volume and texture before blow drying.

These products are both a wee bit expensive - however, you only need a very, very little.

Your hair is shorter than mine - so you can probably get away using even less than I would use. Both products have lasted me over 6 months (and I am no where near the bottom of either).

Don't be afraid to skimp - if you over use the product, it can make it look greasy or weigh it down. You'll need to experiment to find just the right amount - less is generally more when you are talking hair product.

So this is my recommendation.

When your hair is wet - add in some Sea Salt spray then blow dry.
When you blow dry - start with your head upside down and concentrate on the roots until it is damp-dry. This adds volume to the roots - the ends should still primarily be wet at this point.

Then stand up and use a Round Brush in the front to finish off the ends of your hair.

Kind like this - only do it the opposite way - toward the back of your head. You will also need a much smaller brush than this woman. The brush should be small enough that you could wrap your hair around it at least once (so I am thinking at least 1/2 inch or smaller) - but be careful not to wrap and then pull, you could get your hair tangled in the brush. Always use the same motion into and out of your hair - never go sideways.

You'll want to do it multiple times in different locations on your head to get the swept back look.

It might not hold well - which is fine.
I recommend going really severe right at the beginning (it might feel kinda girly to have a few luscious curls on top, but bear with me) - and if you hair is like mine, after 10 or 15 minutes it will relax some and leave a somewhat wavy effect.

Then once you hair is all dry and you've got volume, and a lot of "wave" to the back (created by the round brush) - you'll want to sprinkle some of that powder on your hands and run it through a few times - do it naturally, like something you might do during the day to get it away from your face.

Do it once or twice - just enough to get some in your hair. Then concentrate some powder on the tips of your fingers and grab the ends of your hair in different spots and roll it between your fingers.

Rolling it between your fingers with the product will clump sections of hair together - this will break up the uniformity and add further texture and the illusion of wave.

At the end - your hair should look soft and probably won't seem like you have product in it - this is ideally what you want, because it is easiest to maintain all day long (when you use heavy hairsprays or gels - it tends to break down, or feel stiff).

If it starts to get windblown or isn't behaving itself, you can get your hands somewhat wet (barely any moisture at all) and run it through your hair once or twice (like when you do it while you are styling it) and it will revitalize the product somewhat.

I like the soft texturizing (as opposed to the hard gel/barber style) - if you ever find yourself in an intimate situation - being able to run your hands through the other persons hair is generally a turn on (where as trying to touch a plastic coif can be less-so).

u/JustinJSrisuk · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

For a dry shampoo, I recommend two products: the first is the Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo, it is a good all-purpose dry shampoo for about fifteen dollars. It has a neutral, unisex scent that is far less offensive than the Batiste® one that's found in pharmacies everywhere. If you have an oily scalp and hair, I suggest the Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle - Oily Hair as its a little more heavy-duty.

About the leave-in conditioner, there are a few great ones under twenty dollars - and the great thing is that a bottle will last you at least six months (at least, if you use an appropriate amount and avoid overdoing it). A classic product is It's A Ten Leave-In Plus Keratin, an all-purpose leave-in spray that moisturizers, smooths and prevents breakage. If you're seeking something to add a bit more shine, Biosilk Silk Therapy and CHI Keratin Silk Infusion both strengthen and condition hair while leaving an appealing sheen. If you're looking for something that moisturizes and softens hair but leaves more of a matte finish, then Alterna Caviar Complete Correction Hair Cream is one of my favorite haircare products - bar none. Finally, if you're looking for something that isn't a serum or cream-texture like the four leave-in conditioners I listed, then I recommend the SACHAJUAN Leave In Conditioner which is a spray-on liquid leave-in conditioner that is very hydrating but still rather light; and it has a pleasant fragrance to boot.

All of the products I mentioned are around $15 - $25 dollars. Sorry about the essay, but I buy and experiment with a lot of haircare products so I like to give people options when it comes to which products to use. Hope this helps with what you're looking for!

u/kittiesandcrochet · 1 pointr/beauty

My hair sounds like it’s very similar to yours in texture. I don’t use a flat iron on mine, but I do blow dry with a vented or paddle brush to smooth it out on my wash days. I know you just asked for a texturizing spray, which I do use, but this full combination of products is what helps make the texture and volume last all day, without reapplications.

This mousse on damp hair, followed by
This primer spray for heat protection and to speed up the drying process
• Blow dry till 80% dry, then finish drying with a vented brush
• Once hair is dry, apply a teensy bit of this cream, followed by
This dry texture spray
• Then maybe a bit of flexible hold hairspray, depending on how I’m wearing my hair that day

The texturizing spray is amazing, but it doesn’t give the volume and the texture I’m looking for without the mousse, and it would wear off by the end of the day without the cream underneath. My friend who wears her hair curly uses the same cream, just on damp hair for curl definition. Ulta and Target carry some of these products as well.

I hope you find something that works for you!

u/PedobearsBloodyCock · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Welcome to the world of product. It's a wonderful thing.

I highly recommend Redken Rough Paste. It doesn't make your hair all shiny or anything, and smells fucking amazing. Also, if you don't go overboard with it, you can't really tell there's anything in your hair. Fantastic product. Typically what I use when going out/somewhere important, as it is a bit pricey.

Otherwise, I actually like Garnier Fructis Surf Hair for day to day wearing. Much cheaper, no smell at all, no sheen or anything, good control, lasts all day, no real scent to it, and does the trick quite well.

The Garnier Fructis one you can get at any drug store, in the US at least, for about the same price as the link I've given here, the Redken stuff, however, will run you close to twice as much if you buy it in stores, so buy online if you can.

u/binaryAegis · 10 pointsr/asktransgender

Hello my fellow thick haired sister. You're already doing a lot of things right but here's some additional stuff to try:

  1. If your hair is thick, you should only be brushing it while it is wet/damp. All you are doing if you are brushing your hair while it is dry is making your problem worse by making your hair more frizzy, not less (People with thin hair, don't do this. Your hair is very brittle when it is wet).

  2. Consider dropping down to one shampoo per week, and follow that up with a deep conditioner. I really like this one because it's pretty cheap and you can find it almost everywhere:

  3. Start using "leave-in" products. These are conditioners/hair treatments that are meant to be put in your hair after you get out of the shower while it is still damp (not dripping). These three products are the ones I like to use the most:

  • Bali Secret Hair Vitamin w/ Argan Oil -

  • Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum w/ Argan Oil -

  • It's a 10 Haircare Miracle Leave-In Plus Keratin

    The first two products contain argan oil which will help soften and repair your hair, and the third contains keratin which will help repair and strengthen your hair and lock in moisture.

    I've been growing my hair out for 3 years and for most of that I was completely neglecting my hair care. I finally stopped shampooing every day probably around a year ago and I finally started using deep conditioners and those leave in products in the last 2 weeks. In that short time my hair is already noticeably softer and less dry/frizzy, though I still have a lot of catching up to do to make up for all the neglect I put my hair through over the years.
u/the_karmapolice · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

Definitely go for it! I had loooooong hair, and I showed that exact picture to my stylist last fall and went for it. Honestly I haven't looked back once!

I'm pretty lazy with my hair, so I picked up a tub of this stuff. After I get out of the shower I just get a tiny gloop of it on my finger and run it through my bangs and it gives it the perfect wispy texture. Good luck!!

u/sbarrios710 · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

Ugh, yes - it can be so tough! But I finally got a few budget-friendly products. In case you're interested, here it is:

u/Wawo96 · 1 pointr/curlyhair

This is the routine I discovered 2 showers ago so it might still change(WILL UPDATE):

I take care of my hair first thing when I get into the shower.

shampoo once every 10 or 20 days.

condition everytime I shower (2-3 times a week), I put in about two "squeezes" and leave it for 10 minutes then rinse like 20-30% out

while still in the shower and with dripping when hair, apply a lot of gel.


When I get out I wrap my hair in a tshirt and leave it in for 30-40 minutes, mooving the shirt about to make sure the top of my head always have the dry parts of the shirt.

After this I apply the smallest amount of another gel and 4 drops of oil (don't know the brand, it's from the supermarket.

If I have no time I blow dry using diffuser.


I will try to let it air-dry and see the difference.



u/captain_floss · 3 pointsr/malehairadvice

Thanks! I'm using a few products and I've been nopooing for a few months now.

Length - the longest in the front goes down to about the bridge of my nose. The sides aren't quite long enough to tuck behind my ears yet, but I blow-dry it down.

Pre-blow drying - When my hair is a little wet, I use a heat protective spray from TRESemme and a bit of Hanz de Fuko Quicksand.

Post-blow drying - I use Hanz de Fuko Claymation to get some more separation and hold. If I REALLY care, then I'll use some hairspray too.

At least for my hair, I've realized that the way I blow-dry my hair is WAY more crucial than the products I use or even the cut I have. I have typical super straight hair that grows out of my head perpendicular to my scalp.

u/silkywishes · 2 pointsr/cosplay

Hey, I've actually styled a wig for her before!! Here's what we did for the ponytail and what I would suggest:

My friend (who was cosplaying Asahina), ordered a wig specifically made for the character. Just look up "Aoi Asahina wig" and you should find some great options! Look for one with a chin-length base wig that comes with a clip.

Now here's what you do to style it!! Take the back of the base wig (the part that won't become the bangs) and get as much of it into the highest ponytail you can manage. Some of it will probably stick out, but that's okay! Pin down any stray bits with bobby pins (the brown ones should be about the same shade as her hair, so you won't have to worry about them showing) and spritz them with some hairspray.

Now take the clip and attach it securely to the ponytail you've made. From there mold the ponytails into one using hairspray. I suggest using a blow dryer with the hairspray, so you can get the hair in the position you want and then dry it with the blow dryer on a low setting. I'd also suggest getting a really heavy-duty hairspray for this - Got2B's freeze spray is fantastic for wig styling, in my experience.

The bangs should be much simpler - just pin them into place and spray the upper part. The wig should be just the right length for the dangly parts in front of her ears, so you shouldn't have to do much to those. You could spray the ends of them so they're spikes, but it's not totally necessary.

I hope all of this helped!!

u/TunaToes · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Can any of you recommend a good, fine mist bottle (preferably around 100ml)? I’ve ordered some in the past and it just sprays too much and wastes the product and is not a fine enough mist. I just ordered these but didn’t realize how big and bulky it would be (stupidly got 10oz) and it squeezing it is kind of tiring for your hand if that makes sense. Long story short, I just need a good, fine mister.

u/mochigoodness · 15 pointsr/curlyhair

Thanks! You’ll really like this line, I think, it’s my HG now. Love your curls too!

Btw, you might use a spray bottle to refresh your hair between washing. These misters are really nice.

u/ORANGESNAPDRAGON · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I have super straight hair as well (though mine is very thick), and it used to be that I couldn't keep my hair curled even if it started smoking on the heating rod...

What I find to be really helpful is to spray my hair with some kind of texturizing spray Not Your Mother's Beach Babe is my product of choice, easy to find in most US pharmacies, and inexpensive.

After spraying my hair, I'll wrap it up in a bun or braid it. If I sleep with it in a braid, it can stay luscious and wavy for the entire next day!

u/theOTHERbrakshow · 5 pointsr/3Dprinting

Which hair spray are you using? Ive tried several kinds but Aquanet Extra Super hold (purple bottle) is hands down the best.

u/GrlwithDragonShihTzu · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I got dog food from Chewy that was just about to expire, and I let them know. They Fed Exed me a new bag right away and said they will make sure to check the date- the best. Not only that, but I ordered two leashes since it has been years and theirs are getting ratty; they arrived with huge clips and my dogs are tiny so I coudn’t make them work; Chewy refunded my $ immediately and asked that I donate the items. Awesome! ❤️

Not Your Mother’s Beach Babe Spray because I’ve been dying to try this stuff 😎

u/kitty_kats · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

To be honest, i'd have no idea where to start looking in the Netherlands... I had a look for a hair care supply place, but google translate can only go so far. Hahaha.

Can you order off amazon? Here is an example of the spray.

I like the brand that i linked to on Amazon (Not your Mothers), but it depends what's available to you. :)

u/Zesparia · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Your best bet is to try and avoid things you know have a history of breaking you out. Garnier and Tresemme have a lot of scent but I'm still able to use Garnier products safely, for example. Other friends of mine have decent luck with just this but it makes my skin completely freak out. Your skin is going to react differently to different things, regardless of it having comedogenic ingredients or not.

Also if you live in a humid climate just accept that you're going to need to buy the most heavy duty shit available and it will still run at times. If you find it going floppy, run to an air conditioned bathroom, run a wet hand through your hair, let it dry. Quick way to restyle your hair!

u/Traceyt715 · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

After every shower I use about 3 or 4 pumps of this leave-in, which makes my hair silky when I style it. But that's all I use other than what I said previous regarding frizzies. I've found that my hair doesn't hold a curl with a regular curler but with a wand it stays for over 48 hours, graduating from big bouncy curls to pretty beachy waves. I highly recommend a wand if your hair needs help holding a curl!

u/UndyingCactus · 1 pointr/malehairadvice

I style my hair in the opposite direction as well. The best method to keep if from flopping is using hair/blow dryer. Hair tends to stay in the direction that it dries, so drying it on the opposite direction will make it stay that way.
Get damp hair and blow dry in the direction that you want it to flow. You don't need to use too much heat. Make sure you use some sort of heat protectant (eg. normal spray on heat protectant or two drops of a natural oils such as argon oil (Note: oils aren't as good if you tend to have oily hair)).
If you blow dry you won't have to use as much product afterwards, and your hair will stay that way for much longer. As /u/mr_kierz said it gets easier after doing it for a week or so.

u/inyouendoh · 3 pointsr/Hair

Catwalk Haute Iron Spray ( is amazing stuff....great smell, great shine, and protects hair from heat up to 450 degrees. I've tried at least half a dozen thermal protectants and that's the best one I've used. It's wise to cocktail your products for extra protection (serum and a spray, or leave in conditioner and spray, etc). Paul Mitchell Awapuhi deep conditioner ( is nice but if you wanna get real down and dirty, Joico K-Pak ( deep conditioner is fantastic.

u/sirhopsalot · 5 pointsr/bleachshirts

My process:

  • Wash and dry shirts before anything else.

  • I use an X-Acto knife to cut out my stencils. Note, I still use freezer paper. I just ordered one of these to replace my standard knife.

  • Make sure shirts are nice and flat when you iron the freezer paper onto them. Any small bumps or creases could allow leakage around the edges.

  • Let your iron heat up for a few minutes before using it, it makes a huge difference. Also, no steam setting should be used! You want everything to be dry.

  • When ironing, I start from the center of the design and work my way outward. This decreases your chances of having bubbles in the paper.

  • Iron the freezer paper on for at least thirty seconds.

  • When you are ready to spray, get a piece of cardboard and place it inside the shirt, directly behind the design. This helps prevent the bleach from soaking through if you are doing a one-sided shirt.

  • Many people use a 50/50 or 60/40 mixture of bleach and water. I use a slightly stronger, maybe around 75/25 mixture. Be careful though, it may damage the shirt if left on for too long.

  • Before spraying, I lay old dish towels around the edges of the stencil to block over spray from outlining unwanted edges on the shirt.

  • When spraying, I have found this to be the most helpful. Forget adjustable spray bottles or brushes. I haven't had any luck with them. Think of this, when it rains, a nice gentle rain soaks the ground well. A rushing torrent of rain yields high amounts of runoff and erosion.

  • Spray a little bit from a height of around 8-12 inches (20-30cm), let it sit for a few seconds, then gently dab off excess with an old dish towel. Do your best to prevent the bleach from soaking through the freezer paper. This will ruin the shirt. If you spray too heavily, it soaks in around the edges and you don't get nice lines. Repeat spraying until you get your target color.

  • To rinse, have a 5 gallon (~20 L) bucket of water mixed with a little bit of hydrogen peroxide. The hydrogen peroxide mixes with the bleach and yields salt water and oxygen gas, which stops the bleach from reacting with the shirt. Dunk the shirt in until soaked, then peel off the freezer paper. The water should loosen it quite easily.

  • Wash and dry the shirts again, and voila! You have nice new shirts.

    I hope some of this helps. My first couple shirts weren't too great, but experimenting has given me the process I typed out above. If you have any other questions, don't hesitate. :)

    EDIT: Formatting.
u/bpstyley · 16 pointsr/AskWomen

I don't have long, thin hair, but I do have major issues with flat hair due to buildup caused by hard water. Applying Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo to my roots before bed (and sometimes again in the morning), and using Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray after styling have been my saving graces. The Oribe spray is pricey, but one can lasts FOREVER (8+ months for me), smells amazing, and works incredibly well!

u/lilyofyosemite · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I think updos are the way to go for hair out of your face. This is my favorite, but I like anything with french braids. I love spin pins, they work so much better than bobby pins, especially on slippery hair.

I also just got a bottle of salt spray that works wonders for getting my hair to stay in updos it would normally slide right out of. For example, this hairstyle never worked for me until I tried the salt spray, then it stays all day.

u/numbersaremygameyall · 2 pointsr/ask_transgender

You know what, I was very concerned about that before I started straightening too, but I totally forgot about it until you just mentioned it haha. Honestly, I don't use anything on my hair when I straighten it, but it is recommended that you use a spray heat protectant. I used this one for a long while and really liked it (probably gonna buy some now that you mentioned it - I've gotten lazy, and you're really right that it's not good for your hair). The most important thing to look for in a heat protectant for your type of hair is that it's not gonna make your hair too greasy - I used one from RedKen that made my hair super heavy and greasy, even after a cut. It was even "recommended" to me by a stylist, but I stopped using it after two uses. Terrible.

u/dirtyhippierealjob · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

80s baby with a HUGE aversion to mousse here. I SWEAR by Tigi’s original Curls Rock. (This one.)

One tube lasts for months and it’s the only thing that lets my curly hair be big and pretty but not frizzy or crunchy. I put a few pumps in when my hair is well north of wet but still shy of damp, and scrunch!

Good luck!

u/Saith_Cassus · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Products like this guy. That's not a "tried and true" one since I don't personally use it, just the first one google returned, but it was an option I found while I was still hoping to restore my hair, and some people use it clearly.

u/Chedipe · 2 pointsr/femalehairadvice

Though I'm not sure about bleaching it cause it's fine. I have fine hair too and I've lost many a hair because of it. I would suggest doing highlights to add some dimension. red. Your natural hair color already looks perfect on you but red highlights would look fun. It wouldn't be that much hair either so you wouldn't end up losing as much hair. There are also ways of thickening it up though. If you don't end up dying it at all or if you do. Castor oil, neem oil, and many other things have helped people thicken their hair.

u/not-rob · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

What kind of hair do you have?

I try to avoid that look, but I often end up with it when I use this stuff, Garnier "Surf Hair" paste. It works well as a thickener for fine hair (me) and responds poorly to being blow dried with hot air. That "poor response" results in floppy, bunchy hair that behaves as though it's wet. Might be worth a try.

But for the love of god, don't listen to the guys telling you to not wash your hair everyday.

u/lets-go-to-the-zoo · 2 pointsr/beauty

It's a bit spendy, but Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray is PHENOMENAL. It's like dry shampoo on steroids. It does exactly what it says - gives your hair that dry, textured, roughed-up, lived-in look. A little goes a long way - start with a few small spritzes throughout your hair as you lift and separate, then rough it up with your hands (really work it in). You can then smooth out the top layer if there's too much magic happening. This is used on dry hair.


On the other end of the spectrum, my go-to dry shampoo is a really cheap one (and I've tried a TON). Tresemme Volumizing Dry Shampoo. I've had no issues with white residue and I use it day after day with great results.

u/creationinsane · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Thank you!

I use [Ion Curl Solutions Curl Styling Creme] (,default,pd.html).

Another product that works well is TIGI [Catwalk Curls Rock Creme] (, but it was more expensive and I wasn't a big fan of smelling like Skittles all the time, haha.

u/SocksForBreakfast · 4 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

Wow, this stuff is still being sold and actually has (mostly) good reviews.

GLH = Good Looking Hair

u/alpo5711 · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

I have a v2.1 w/ a glass bed and I have no issues at all w/ aquanet hairspray.

Now when you say you've tried hairspray, was is the OG aquanet hairspray exactly like This? I spray down the glass lightly and that'll last me a good 5-10prints. And since I'm printing w/ petg my first layer height is a little on the high side and I still don't have any adhesion issues.

If that was the exact hairspray you used then the only thing I can think of is using a strong cleaner to make sure that your glass doesn't have any residue that's keeping your prints from sticking.

u/meribormoon · 1 pointr/curlyhair

My favorite for this is the oidad curl refreshing spray its super light and helps with frizz too.

u/cessnaboy172 · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Ok great I'll try that! Would something like this do the trick?

u/toasty_feet · 1 pointr/Hair

I really like TIGI Curls Rock Amplifier, however you might find that it isn't strong enough to hold the curls / waves, seeing as you have thick hair.

You could try a sea salt spray like Paul Mitchell's one. It works very well, but your hair will feel a little 'dirty'.

The biggest thing to encourage waves at the front / sides of your hair is to dry your hair using a diffuser.

u/BizRoosMom · 1 pointr/askwomenadvice

I use Oribe products on my hair. They’re the best! Royal blow out is a good smoothing product

ORIBE Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray, 5.9 fl. oz.

u/O_littoralis · 1 pointr/curlyhair

Love my Ouidad refreshing spray. Found some for a decent price on amazon.

Smells so fresh, love it. Hope it works for your routine!

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This. Even though I live in florida, real beaches cannot compare to the bottled joy that is seaspray. This spray is the only thing that keeps me from looking like a drowned rat, as my hair is fine and thin and doesn't like to hold it's shape. My roommate took my last bottle when she moved out, and pretty soon i'm going to resort to driving the 2 hours every morning to dunk my hair in the salty ocean before work to give my locks that fresh-from-the-sea look (although there are unfortunate side effects to that as well including 1. making my hair smell like dead fish and 2. the occasional strand of seaweed getting caught). That is why I need this add-on :)

Thanks for the contest! It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine.

u/bumbletowne · 36 pointsr/itookapicture

Its a 10 keratin treatment. Purple bottle gold top.

Also: every 3 days you shampoo and condition. Leave in the conditioner for 5 minutes then rinse. Do not use shampoo and conditioner with sulfates. If you need to wash between just condition (dont leave in for 5 min)

When its wet, spray in the its a 10. It's amazing. Comb through, allow to dry. If you have to blow dry to keep straight use a thermal protectant. I use Alterna Bamboo. It's cheap, it works.

Source: 3 feet of red irish frizz that I keep smooth and blonde and silky.

This is what you want

u/IamRick_Deckard · 32 pointsr/curlyhair

That shampoo has sulfates in it.

If you added a gel it would hold. I like Jessicurl Spiralicious gel.

Edit: The CIGI also has silcones in it:

Having trouble finding ingredients on others but it seems like your stuff is not CG-approved. Changing could help your hair. You can check ingredients at

Edit2: Didn't think to check the hair mask, but also not CG-friendly. Has mineral oil in it.

u/MotherfuckinSheriff · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I only shampoo/condition once a week, other days I just scrub my scalp in the shower. I use Nizoral for shampoo to keep dandruff away, and Tresemme silicone-free conditioner.

I don't really dry my hair, I just wrap it in a hair towel.

And I use Tigi Curls Rock every day after I shower. It is the best product I have tried for frizz, and I've tried a LOT. You don't need a lot, so it's totally worth the price even if you're used to just buying drugstore products.

u/Call_Me_ZeeKay · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Heat that bed up. 90c or so should work.

Hairspray + 90c bed works great for ABS for me. Have to actually let it cool before I can pop it off.

Also, which hairspray are you using? I tried one that only sorta worked, then moved to the "standard" Aqua Net:

u/the_flash43 · 3 pointsr/Hair

There are a few texturizing sprays that achieve this look! My favorite is the Not Your Mothers Beach Babe Spray :)

u/Kitten_Mitttens · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I live in Orlando and I swear by Keratin! I use this product for frizz. Good luck!

u/BetrayedColt · 3 pointsr/malehairadvice

There's a way to towel dry without bringing in frizz. You just scrunch your hair in it on the softer side of the towel instead of rubbing back and forth. This is what I do so now I don't have to damage my hair with heat. If you still just like the outcome of blowdrying, then you might want to consider a heat protectant spray like [this one] ( It's what I used to use.

u/LoverOLife · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Check out /r/curlyhair for your daughter. I have found some good pointers in there.

Catwalk curl amplifier is one of my new favorite products I discovered there.

u/flight2020202 · 1 pointr/actuallesbians

I also use the Power Putty, though I use Mess Maker (probably the exact same product lol). I'm sure there are better products out there but it's very inexpensive and generally does what I want it to do. I usually start with some sea salt spray, which is great for getting that piecey messy look -- I use this.

u/frenchmeister · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy cake day!

I can't decide between one of my favorite books (I lost my original during a move) or some new hair product, but my favorite dessert of all time is probably red velvet cake. Either that or spritz cookies, but those take too damn long to make :P

cheesecake all day everyday

u/187TROOPER · 7 pointsr/Justfuckmyshitup

It's probably the 6 cans of "Its Got2B Glued" Hairspray in the corner. Good grief...Also, kid looks like a young Anthony Kiedis.

u/microcrustaceans · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I have similar hair...if I really want to encourage wavy I use Aveda Be Curly plus Not Your Mother's Salt Spray and then scrunch it a little bit.

The Aveda stuff is a little pricy but I like the way it smells.

u/YouMakeMyVaginaSmile · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yeah! I have the oil version of this stuff. I bet this would work just as well though! And it's very inexpensive! You can find it at any target or drugstore too though.

u/theannaconda · 1 pointr/AskWomen

Garnier Fructis makes a great texturizing spray that gets me closer to that second day hair look. And it's reasonably priced, compared to similar Bumble & Bumble or Oribe sprays.

u/norwoodgolf · 2 pointsr/lockpicking

Here is the trick. Get some aerosol hairspray and put a light coat on the metal handle. The grip will slide right on. Let it dry overnight and the grips will be more secure than if you managed to slide them on without the hairspray.

This stuff or something like it:

u/dotPhoenix · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

You need some thermal pads( roughly 1"x1" to put under the 4 corners of the bed. This will raise the glass bed up by 0.5mm and will prevent a warped aluminum bed from influencing the leveling process. Heat the bed up and clip some binder clips on the 4 corners over the thermal pads. Let it sit for a few minutes. This ensures the pads are compressed and in full contact with the 4 corners of the bed. Once you are ready to level the bead, the clips can be removed. The pads are sticky enough where the glass bed won't slide off while printing. With a glass bed, you need to apply a material the plastic will still to. This can be a glue stick, Auqua Net hairspray(brand is important or a sheet of PEI. Auqua Net hairspray works great, but needs recoating after a few prints.

u/UglyandDumb · 2 pointsr/malehairadvice

I have a similar hair type and I found that worked best after having tried a bunch of different shit. I didn't attempt a pompadour though, and I don't suspect this has enough hold for that (but it will definitely make your hair look good).

u/calladus · 16 pointsr/raisedbynarcissists

May I suggest a gift for your mother?

"Spray on hair" to hide her bald spot?

I would also suggest sending it directly from Amazon, while you're not there.

u/stoplightrave · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I use this one:

Looks pretty similar to that photo you have.

u/volksmadchen · 1 pointr/blogsnark

Can you scrunch it and make it wavy/curly?? I do that when I air dry and it looks pretty decent. I use: when it's wet, scrunch it up, twirl some of it together for bigger curls and let it go. I also have this for days I dry it and wear it straight: and it cuts the blow drying/straightening time in half cause it's doing both at the same time.
Sorry for the long links.

u/darez00 · 1 pointr/AskMen

I only use a wide-toothed comb, brushes are curly hair's worst enemy in my experience. Plus they're cheaper and somewhat fun to look at.

For product, try this, I actually can't vouch for it yet lol but I've read it's good stuff for our type of hair

u/WayGroovy · 1 pointr/PrintrBot

Don't use safe release. You want plain jane original 2090 blue 3m.

You might get the safe release to stick with a layer of AquaNet ultra/extra hold no scent

Or with some purple no show glue stick

But really, you'll want to eventually get a heated bed. Yes, this stuff can work, but you'll spend more on it over time than if you upgraded to a heated bed.


What filament are you using, brand type and possibly color? Got any pictures? What are your print settings?

u/Stratoart · 1 pointr/amiugly

5 is too long. You'd look sharp if you get a three on the sides and back and get scissors on top and blend. Ask for them to texture your hair and then add a little bit of gel or wax to style. This stuff will work well for you

u/sadie0922 · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I was totally going to recommend this.. we rock.

u/orangecherryblossom · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Seems like that is commonly used for sticking surfaces together in 3-D Printing Are you using this for the alcohol content?

u/iTomJ · 16 pointsr/gifs

Back in high school I had a Mohawk like that (though not as big) and I used a brand called Got 2b. It did what her hair is doing, folding in half and flinging back up

u/twinnedcalcite · 2 pointsr/FigureSkating

want crazy strong hair spray?

Freeze spray

The brand is what I use for styling wigs. You want 8 in spikes, this is your product.

If you really have that much trouble with your hair, why not cut it super short then it just needs a brush and a bit of product to keep it from being frizzy?

Hair sewing is for buns and some braids to help hold them in place.

u/leefvc · 1 pointr/malegrooming

Give this a shot. I use it and it keeps a strong, sturdy, and long-lasting hold on my thick and disagreeable hair without making it look greasy.

u/BarelyLethal · 1 pointr/funny

He missed the step where he sprays his scalp black.

Like this:

u/-beyonce- · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I don't! I find that sea salt dries out my hair too much and I've never found one that didn't just make my hair feel greasy. I prefer texture sprays like the Oribe Dry Spray, Bumble & Bumble Dryspun or the drugstore dupe from Garnier Fructis! Once my hair is completely dry, I'll spray all over and kind of scrunch my roots a bit to add volume.

u/swims_with_manatees · 4 pointsr/malehairadvice

He probably uses a sea salt texturing spray. Here's one. Also a messy bun

u/LouieVuittonDon · 0 pointsr/streetwear

I buy saltwater for my hair

this specifically

smells good as hell

idk why you so surprised by that

u/chickchick87 · 21 pointsr/AskWomen

I have fine, thin dark brown hair. If I let it air-dry, it's a little wavy. If I blow dry it, it is mostly straight.

Products That Help with Volume