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Best hair wax/pomade? And where to buy?

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yesstyle wrote:
Oct 27th, 2018 7:03 pm
Is layrite cheapest there?
You can buy the bigger tubs from TBBS which works out to be cheaper than the small tubs. Layrite is also available on amazon but last time I needed some they didn't have the big tubs of cement clay in stock so I just went to TBBS (I work on Dundas so easy for me).
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Sep 15, 2003
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I used to use Layrite all the time, good product.

I then found Old Spice Forge pomade at Real Canadian Superstores and it works just as good as Layrite for a lot cheaper.
Washes out super clean and works well with my asian hair.

I've seen Gatsby at Superstores also, haven't tried them yet as i'm happy with the $6.99 Old Spice.
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Flipcyde wrote:
Oct 30th, 2018 2:56 pm
I used to use Layrite all the time, good product.

I then found Old Spice Forge pomade at Real Canadian Superstores and it works just as good as Layrite for a lot cheaper.
Washes out super clean and works well with my asian hair.

I've seen Gatsby at Superstores also, haven't tried them yet as i'm happy with the $6.99 Old Spice.
Does the old spice have a strong fragrance? Strong matte hold?
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does anyone know any natural "organic" pomade/styling products?

i've had eczema since birth, so well when i use hair products it doesn't get itchy right away but after like eight hours it gets excessively itchy to the point where i have to get home asap and wash it off otherwise i can't do anything without it bothering me.
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SquirreI wrote:
Nov 10th, 2018 2:30 pm
does anyone know any natural "organic" pomade/styling products?

i've had eczema since birth, so well when i use hair products it doesn't get itchy right away but after like eight hours it gets excessively itchy to the point where i have to get home asap and wash it off otherwise i can't do anything without it bothering me.
I thing I want to try is sea salt sprays.

I'm sure ingredients will vary greatly with different manufacturers, but I read it's really easy to make it yourself. The ingredients are mostly just Epsom and sea salt and water with some products that is good for your hair (as salt will dry it out) like aloe. I just don't know how good the hold will be.
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Jan 29, 2009
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I use Axe pomade and recently tried the pomade from Dove which was half the price and worked just as well.
If I want less shine I use the Axe paste.
If you want the extra hold just use hair spray.

These are water soluble products so it washes off very easily.

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