OK. This says, right here on the side of the little paste jar "a fiber creme for deconstructed, sculpted or shattered styles...blah blah blah...twist, bend and coif into desired shape and style as usual..." What are they talking about? did they just grab a "hair product buzzword dictionary" and start typing whatever they found? First of all, what is a "fiber creme"? The title of the thing is "styling paste," not "styling fiber creme". Second, it isn't a paste, nor, as a creme, was it particularly fibrous. What it is, indeed, is a tepid little goo that smells vaguely of coconuts, and the effect it has on your hair is about as effective as rubbing it with a coconut. As a matter of fact, were you to regularly rub your head with a coconut, I would not suggest replacing said coconut rubbing with this - ahem - creme. I might even suggest you try that instead had you not rubbed your head with a coconut. Look, if you have really short hair and want to put something in it to make it sticky, this is your product. If you want anything else, I'd go to the produce aisle. Oh, and the disappointment is expensive. 20$ for 2.5 oz - Fancy Organic Young Thai Coconuts are about $5.50 a pound. Go with that.
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