What is your favourite hair styling product?

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  1. Lloyd Barcenilla

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    Just wondering. . .
     
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  2. PimpMyGame

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    Can't remember the name but it featured in "There's Something About Mary"...
     
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  3. Ljubicic for number1

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    What ever Novak is using.
     
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  4. Serve em Up

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    Shampoo......
     
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  5. QuietDaze

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    I have two: relaxer and flat iron.
     
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    Latex paint
     
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  8. Pen Express

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    B&B styling spray. I'd just spray some on and then spike it with a flat iron.
     
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    Aveda "brilliant" styling spray. I only use it when I use the flat iron.
     
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  10. OrangeOne

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    Anything Fudge, and preferably silly-coloured.... ;)
     
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    Listen to Orange guys, he knows his sh*t! :p
     
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    Air. It's how I dry my big old mop.

    Creme silicon treatments such as Sunsilk or Granier Fructis Anti Frizz or L'oreal's version. Help tame my frizzies. Also, Citre Shine Spray silicon gel, for a little bit of shine. :)
     
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  13. J-man

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    I can't believe I'm even posting in this topic, lol.

    I use shampoo (head and shoulders). I also axe bodywash but not for my hair.
     
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  14. Zets147

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    oh, but you do use it for your hair.
     
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    God, I rarely even comb...let alone use flat iron. But when I'm in the mood for not looking like a broom...Gliss Kur liquid silk glanz kur.
     
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    I knew you were posting on this thread!!!!! :lol::lol::lol:
    This thread was virtually created FOR you! :D
     
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  17. ATXtennisaddict

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    I use american crew forming cream
     
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    . . . I go all natural.


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    any manly man who didnt reply plain "shampoo" has to check again his sexuality...


    J/K, carry on.
     
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  20. Andres

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    We can be a LITTLE tolerants, and we'll accept "standard hair gel" but that's it. :D
     
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    Head and Shoulders...
     
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  22. Chauvalito

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    American Crew makes some great stuff

    Their pomade and "fiber" cream are also good

    A company called "d:fi" is also quite good.
     
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    Paul Mitchell Wax Works. It's hair wax in gel form - I take a marble sized glob, rub it between my palms, then run it through my hair. Not stiff, no residue, no flakes, lasts all day, looks shiny. Expensive though, about 10 bucks for a small tube.
     
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  24. Chauvalito

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    I have not used that in while, but I have fond memories of the spiked hair...I need to get some.
     
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    They used to sell it at Target, but then I couldn't find it anymore. So I bought a giant tube on E-Bay of all places. :-D
     
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