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Old 12-08-2006, 06:35 PM   #1
 
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Default Favorite Cream and gel stylers ,No online products please!

Please helk I'm supposed to go to my SO's Xmas party next week so I'm not going to have time to order anything, help me find something local that will have my hair looking cute for the party.

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Old 12-08-2006, 06:41 PM   #2
 
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What is the weather like where you are at? If it's not humid I love Herbal essence totally twisted for a light to medium hold. I also like the Body Envy HE gel for anytime of year. Are you on CG? Sorry I can't help a ton but every product except for gel I buy online!
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While I love re:coil, I couldn't find a salon in the Vegas area - I checked AG's website.

I hear nice things from some about the Garnier Fructis curling cream. I've not tried it myself, so I can't speak to the ingredients.

I can't get gels to do much for me in the dry winter air.
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While I love re:coil, I couldn't find a salon in the Vegas area - I checked AG's website.

I hear nice things from some about the Garnier Fructis curling cream. I've not tried it myself, so I can't speak to the ingredients.

I can't get gels to do much for me in the dry winter air.
Aw thanks for checking ag website for me that was sweet of you , I love re:coil too I wish their was something comparable that I could pick up here in town.
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What is the weather like where you are at? If it's not humid I love Herbal essence totally twisted for a light to medium hold. I also like the Body Envy HE gel for anytime of year. Are you on CG? Sorry I can't help a ton but every product except for gel I buy online!
No it's not humid right now, I'll check out the HE gels. I'm mod Cg
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Old 12-08-2006, 10:35 PM   #6
 
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A lot of people are liking the Loreal Out of Bed cream. I've only seen it at walgreens. I think you need a gel over it though... I've been really liking the Herbal Ess. Totally Twisted gel.

Also, if you'd consider a mousse, the JoiWhip mousse is amazing!!
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Old 12-09-2006, 12:18 PM   #7
 
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I like the Out of Bed cream. It's cheap, it's local & it smells wonderful. It's a little like GF Curl cream, but much thinner & more spreadable. I've never used it w/out a gel over top, but it has a fair bit of hold & moisture on its own. I certainly like it better than any of the spendy creams in my PJ graveyard.
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Old 12-10-2006, 11:58 AM   #8
 
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I have the out of bed cream in my plopped hair right now, I hope it works
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I'm a big fan of HE Set Me Up.
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Old 12-11-2006, 08:35 AM   #10
 
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I like Suave anti-frizz smoothing gel for a medium hold gel. I don't get much, if any crunch, but it holds really well.
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