Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Movendi, Sep 6, 2008.
Descriptions are useless if you can't see what it'll look like
dude you can't tell though?
Not really a good example but just illustrating my point:
American crew Matte:
Pliable Styling Cream will enhance and define texture of all lengths. Medium hold and a no-shine finish provide a well-groomed style.
American Crew Classic Wax:
is a highly pliable product that is excellent for creating a variety of styles, from textured separation to classically groomed. The lightweight formula leaves hair moisturised and manageable and rinses out without leaving behind any residue.
I dunno but i can't interpret definitions between products very well. They all spin the same type of description which makes it hard to find what you really need. I don't understand why most products just don't show a sample pic.
in general, gels make hair wet looking and pretty crunchy
waxes make hair greasy looking and pliable
puttys/fiber makes hair pliable and adds a little volume depending on how you style it w/ a relatively dry look. i prefer american crew fiber
because different products work differently with different types of hair
christ almighty what a homo response
it was bed time