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136 products

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72% would repurchase

Recent Got2B Reviews

Styling Products -Got2B -Kinkier gloss 'n' define curling mousse

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Ok here's the thing i also mixed with another product but mostly this first it didn't give me jaw defying curls all it did was bring out what i already have and I think that's what it is supposed 2 do it doesn't make the straight part of my hair curly at all didntntry much but itbbrought out enough wave in the back to like it n its somewhat subtle but I think it depends on ur hair n it didnt make my hair loom greesy at all but I think it also depends on your hair and all but i like it so far

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Styling Products -Got2B -volu maniac bodifying Mousse

on 8/3/2018 2:09:00 AM

This is by far the worst volumizing mousse I have used! In general I like Göt2B products but this one doesn’t come close to it!! I have very fine hair and when I used this product on my damp hair it was impossible to get the brush through it for blow drying & styling, it was sticking together like glue, which made me pull my hair to the point of damaging it. Once it was dry & trying my best to somehow style it my hair looked very dull like cardboard - terrible! To not waste the money altogether I spent on this I tried mixing it with other volumizing styling products which were more liquidy - but also no success, this product did not agree with my hair nor did it provide volume & some shine. Would definitely not purchase again!


Styling Products -Got2B -POWDER'ful Volumizing Styling Powder

on 4/16/2018 3:08:00 PM

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My very favorite volumizer in the world. I have stick straight, shiny, "silky - meaning no grip whatsoever" Asian hair. To each his/her own but I have always hated the fact that my hair looks plastered to my roots, that it's so difficult to add volume and curl but this product is a game changer.

See that model w/the voluminous hair in the picture? It's not a lie - you can actually achieve that with this product. I just tap a little onto my hands and gently smooth it over my hair for volume and grip that lasts and lasts and lasts. Very impressive. I find the powder disappears into my hair quite easily and it doesn't leave your hair looking too matte and weird. It's better than ANY spray dry shampoo.

I still feel like the product is a bit overpriced for what I get - I keep reading that these hair powders are just corn starch - but it works really well and the little bottle does last a very long time so I'll keep repurchasing.

Tip: You can also apply with a big powder brush to your hair for more even distribution.

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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!

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