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Styling Products -Got2B -Mess-Merizing Hairspray

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Along with the got2b Glued spiking wax, I like this product to make my fine and silky hair nice and "dirty" (without actually *feeling* dirty on your head) for the "alternative" styles I like to do. I find this works best when you spray it on and mess your hair up while the product is still wet on your hair, before it dries and sets.
For some background information, I'll paste in the paragraph I wrote for the glue:

I used to be a hardcore goth, and I used to do my hair in the style of Edward Scissorhands, Robert Smith, Birthday Party era Nick Cave, Marla Singer, Siouxsie, etcetera -- huge and ratted up beyond the restrictions of gravity. Goths and punks have been using a special method to keep their hair in this state all day (or even several days) since the beginning of these movements -- I know because older goths who were there in the late 70s and 80s have told me they used to do the same thing: Before teasing the hair, the trick is to pour either a can of coke or some orange juice over the head, for the sugar and acid content, with a hearty spray of Aquanet to top it off when you're finished styling it. The sugar from the coke or juice gave the perfect texture to fine hair to aid in the backcombing process, and the stickiness helped everything keep hold all day so everything wouldn't fall flat while you're bouncing around to Bauhaus. Goths are quite bouncy people, actually. ;)

I don't often go that "all out" anymore, but I find this to be a good everyday spray for a more wearable "I have great taste in music" look! :)

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Styling Products -Got2B -Glued [water-resistant] Spiking Glue

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I used to be a hardcore goth, and I used to do my hair in the style of Edward Scissorhands, Robert Smith, Birthday Party era Nick Cave, Marla Singer, Siouxsie, etcetera -- huge and ratted up beyond the restrictions of gravity. Goths and punks have been using a special method to keep their hair in this state all day (or even several days) since the beginning of these movements -- I know because older goths who were there in the late 70s and 80s have told me they used to do the same thing: Before teasing the hair, the trick is to pour either a can of coke or some orange juice over the head, for the sugar and acid content, with a hearty spray of Aquanet to top it off when you're finished styling it. The sugar from the coke or juice gave the perfect texture to fine hair to aid in the backcombing process, and the stickiness helped everything keep hold all day so everything wouldn't fall flat while you're bouncing around to Bauhaus. Goths are quite bouncy people, actually.

Anyway, I don't do that anymore! Now I just use this stuff. Obviously I'm not into hair care or natural looks, so the results I try to achieve are probably a lot different than what the majority would want to achieve, but I like this stuff for the messy, spiky look I've become known for - just not so extreme, and it does seem kinder to the hair. :) It smells like lemon and it's nice and sticky. It works better in dry hair than wet. You just get some in your hands, heat it up a bit by rubbing your hands together, and then run it through your hair in a tousling motion to get a nice bedhead. It works for me!


Styling Products -Got2B -Fat-tastic Mousse

on 11/9/2017 3:02:00 PM

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I am a newbie with this mousse, but I have fallen in love! For the last few years I have stayed away from mousse because I just haven't found one that a) worked well for my fine to medim hair or b) didn't annoy me by the way it FELT in my hair all day long. I don't like to feel products. I also am not a big fan of gel and couldn't stand wax, when that was popular. Ewww. So this one is a pleasant surprise because it works well to provide lots of body, and bounce - two things my hair has been lacking lately. It also has a nice mild clean smell. Not off putting at all. I only smell it briefly when I am styling my hair and then it disappears. The price point is fabulous and what is even better is I bought it at Ulta and used a coupon on top of that! This mousse will definitely be a keeper and I can see it being a HG. I tend not to use it every day so I don't get build-up issues. I will also watch to not use too much, like others have said in their reviews. My hair is currently a little past my shoulders and I use a little more than a round quarter sized dollop. I put it from root to end, avoiding my side bangs. I don't want those to get out of control with the mousse, so I leave them out. I like my bangs smoothed out with a round brush. I also have an oily scalp, so I figure my bangs would be the first to suffer oilyness if I put mousse on them. Just my two cents. All in all, this mousse works lovely and I will continue to buy it!


Styling Products -Got2B -Glued hairspray

on 9/16/2017 9:17:00 AM

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This by far is the most amazing Hair Spray! My hair is kind of funky, it's flat on top (bangs) and wavy for the rest ! I have tried expensive products hair dressers claiming certain ones were the best.. Nothing works to hold my bangs fluff as i call it like this does! My hair is down to my waist in the back so when i straighten it, i use this on that lightly and it holds great as well. Otherwise nothing has ever held! HG for sure! Bad going to a Beauty Shop and bring my own Hair Spray :)

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Styling Products -Got2B -Beach Trippin' Salt Waving Spray

on 5/29/2017 5:03:00 PM

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Makes my hair sticky and greasy, and doesn't really add waves nor texture. Smells fine though, fresh sea scent.

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