So whatcha put in your hair?

Discussion in 'Skincare' started by moviemaniac, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. jramire2

    jramire2 Member

    +1 I use this now that I'm growing my hair out to about 1" long instead of the regular 1/4" length. Provides great control, doesn't dry out & flake like most gels, and if you use more than a pea but less than an almond you'll get some shine out of it.

    Only complaint, it's a little hard to wash out. Usually wash my hair twice, then condition.

    btw, C&E shampoo w/jojoba is pretty d*&n good stuff. Been using it about a week and it's noticeably improved my hair.
  2. johnniegold

    johnniegold New Member

    Kiehl's Tea Tree Oil Shampoo
    Pashana Original Hair Lotion
    Pashana Eau de Portugal Hair Lotion
    and sometimes
    Kiehl's styling gel
  3. rick

    rick I'll make ya SCream!

    my latest routine:

    shower and towel dry hair.
    Brylcreem and hot air dry.
    Murrays Pomade and hot air style.
    Fingers thru to shape.
  4. KenS

    KenS New Member

    A wash cloth and some soap on top :)
  5. Mr. Tadashi

    Mr. Tadashi New Member

    Right now, nothing. If I do use anything right now it would be American Crew pomade.
  6. Clearly there is expectation of having hair !:rolleyes:
  7. pizzaguy

    pizzaguy Member

    crew comb

    crew comb old school barber shop stuff:D
  8. freebird

    freebird Active Member

    olive oil shampoo, and Lucky Tiger hair just rite hair tonic
  9. JoeHonil

    JoeHonil New Member

    I take the Pinaud After Shaves always in the way of body-splash and use it also as a tonic for hair.
  10. Htownmmm

    Htownmmm Member

    Whatever ASB I am using for my shave because skin must be moisturized.

  11. Exeter

    Exeter New Member

    I've meant to try this. I'll pick some up tomorrow. I'd also like to try a few Giovanni and American Crew products.

    edit: I'm also not shy about trying more expensive products, so Korres and Phillip B are also on my list.

    edit again: I went for the American Crew leave-in Conditioner -- best hair purchase ever
  12. otherstar

    otherstar Rodney Dangerfield of TSD

    Once in awhile, conditioner, otherwise nothing. I'm mostly bald, but there is enough on top to comb when I let it get that long (which isn't often). When I had hair I used DEP gel and/or whatever mousse I could get (which worked, but I hated and I didn't do for long), then I switched to Consort Hair Spray for Men (which I loved).
  13. Empty_One

    Empty_One New Member

    Walgreen's hair tonic, and a comb.

    But only when it's long enough to comb, which is only for a week or so every couple of months.
  14. moviemaniac

    moviemaniac Tool Time

    I've been using the Pashana brillantine and Murrays Pomade lately. I hate mineral oil in bodycare-products, but for some reason I love it in Brillantine and Pomade :D

    Pashana is very light, gives a great shine and has a nice scent as well. Murrays pomade is... well, a classic :D
  15. Exeter

    Exeter New Member

    ha, I used to use Murray's all the time -- its just too tacky (meaning adhesive, not gaudy ha ha) for my needs these days
  16. spooky

    spooky New Member

    American Crew Pomade is hands-down the best stuff
    I have ever used. It's not too sticky, makes your hair
    shiny and the smell is Fab. It's kinda spendy but lasts
    a long time. I had serious 80's hair and have tried everything
    over the years... this rules.:happy096
  17. rodd

    rodd Knotty Boy

    I stopped using any styling product about 3 years ago, I shampoo, do my hair with my fingers. I like my hair short, it is easy. ;)
  18. Duckster

    Duckster Wabbit Season!

    Loreal Clean Gel. Yeah, it's marketed for women, but it's cheap, has almost no scent and it works for me.
  19. ChargerFan

    ChargerFan New Member

    Crew Fiber
    Bumble & Bumble Sumotec-great stuff!
  20. RJTrevino1975

    RJTrevino1975 New Member

    I have to concur with Mike, the Pinaud Styling Gel rocks. I never used to like wearing any kind of styling gel but this one is holds very well and doesnt hurt my hair like other stuff.

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