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    Default Hair style questions?? Help!

    Ive just had my hair cut into a short choppy style..... what product should I use to achieve this messy look??
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    Mines a tad longer then the pic.... I'm so useless at styling my hair lol! Want something quick and easy, im usually a ponytail type of gal!

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    I would say a straightener to get the sleek look, and a wax or pomade of some description (very sparingly) to achieve the texture. Sea salt spray may also help, but i've always found that a bit hit and miss in my hair.

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    I used to straighten and then use a small amount of VO5 hair gum.

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    Some kind of dust may help with lift and messiness at the roots, and use a wax or spray wax scrunched in.


 

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