For years I've been using Pureology Texture Twist. Product description here.
Of course since I like it, it's now discontinued.
I haven't tried other products, I liked the way this allowed me to style my hair (messy/spikey). I liked that it was more on the "natural end" of things, didn't have petroleum/mineral oil, and was amazingly balanced at "staying" and being easy to wash out.
Any recommendations for a replacement? I found this from a hair stylist I used to see who was always trying new stuff. My current one only recommends things she sells (surprise!)
posted by bluelava
on Mar 28, 2013 -
I have a boyish haircut, and I want to mature it up a bit. How should I style it, and what should I tell my haircutter? [more inside]
posted by mccarty.tim
on Mar 28, 2012 -
I have fine, long, wispy, ultra-ultra-straight hair and according to the hairdresser, lots of it. I would like to occasionally have some loose, simple curls or waves, for going out, weddings and other dressy events. [more inside]
posted by reshet
on Feb 17, 2012 -
until now, i've been a roll-out-of-bed-into-the-shower, go-to-work-with-wet-hair, throw-it-into-a-tight-ponytail-by-midday type. i'm now trying hard to put juuust a little more effort into how i present myself to the world. any suggestions for working with my hair type? (details below) [more inside]
posted by carlypennylane
on Dec 6, 2011 -
I do okay when it comes to doing my makeup and hair, but I pale in comparison to the girls at my university who are able to come to class fully dolled up. What am I missing? [more inside]
posted by These Birds of a Feather
on Sep 19, 2011 -
I have been watching season 4 of The Office, and I really love Pam Beesly's hairstyle (shoulder length, and curly). I have a tough time styling my hair, and would love tips on how to do something similar to Pam's hairstyle. [more inside]
posted by I_love_the_rain
on Feb 27, 2009 -
Which is the correct spelling of these words:
hairstyle or hair style?
hairstyling or hair styling?
hairstylist or hair stylist?
posted by garyfugere
on Nov 3, 2006 -