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Everytime I put gel on my hair, it still falls down watch

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    Basically i've got short to medium hair - think of harry potter in the early movies, like that.

    anyway, i like to gel the fringe up as i think it looks pretty good like that.
    however it ALWAYS manages to fall down again, and by the end of the day its like theres not even any gel there!

    i use about a teaspoon-ful of gel btw.

    i currently use VO5, which i thought was supposed to be good.

    the only step up i can think of is to buy l'oreal, which is really expensive....
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    Brylcreem - Extreme Hold Gel - Ultimate Hold

    It's the best.

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    That's fish ovaries, you pillok.
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    Gel it then hairspray.
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    (Original post by Aack)
    Brylcreem - Extreme Hold Gel - Ultimate Hold

    It's the best.

    cool i'll try it - and wtf about fish ovaries?!?!
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    Ahh, Make sure your hair is bone dry, Dont use gel (too greasy looking) Use a matt finish Putty and then hairspray
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    i hate VO5 with a passion!! Its the worst!!

    use either Brycreem extreme hold gel or L'oreal studio Indestructible gel (the best)

    I've also recently discovered Dax Hairshaper, it works a treat!
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    (Original post by streetfighter5)
    cool i'll try it - and wtf about fish ovaries?!?!
    It's not too pricey either - around £2.99 - seems to last me ages as well as you don't need that much.
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    post pics NOW lol
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    asdf
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    I use shockwaves freeze gel. And on top of that hairspray. my hair is rock hard.
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    (Original post by Aack)
    It's not too pricey either - around £2.99 - seems to last me ages as well as you don't need that much.
    i still don't know what you mean - are you saying you put fish ovaries in your hair to spike it up? am i the only one that finds this odd??
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    wow i never knew most people used hairspray afterwards - thats probably why my hair always sucks lol
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    (Original post by streetfighter5)
    i still don't know what you mean - are you saying you put fish ovaries in your hair to spike it up? am i the only one that finds this odd??

    ???

    Wrong quote?!
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    (Original post by streetfighter5)
    i still don't know what you mean - are you saying you put fish ovaries in your hair to spike it up? am i the only one that finds this odd??
    Vitamin B5:

    "The most significant sources of pantothenic acid in nature are coldwater fish ovaries and royal jelly

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantothenic_acid
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    (Original post by Aack)
    Vitamin B5:

    "The most significant sources of pantothenic acid in nature are coldwater fish ovaries and royal jelly

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantothenic_acid
    well where do you get these fish ovaries from?
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    (Original post by streetfighter5)
    well where do you get these fish ovaries from?
    I'm not some fish ovaries business man, in fact, it wasn't even me who brought it into discussion! :rolleyes:
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    Ever seen 'There's Something About Mary'?

    Just a suggestion.
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    Ignore all other suggestions - i'm about to give you the best ; )

    http://www.silvikrin.co.uk/product_green.jsp

    The pink canister - maximum hold. It will practically turn your hair into concrete, nothing short of rain will move it.

    I generally keep my hair looking something like this;



    and it lasts the entire night.
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    (Original post by Viewless Wings)
    Ever seen 'There's Something About Mary'?

    Just a suggestion.
    Hahaa!!
    Rep for youuu (:
 
 
 
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