I have thin hair (not thinning as in balding) as in it isn't very thick and I don't like it. When I get my hair cut I usually ask to have it cut by hand on the top, and have it textured, and #3 electric clippers on the sides. Whenever the stylist puts product in my hair (I think some kind of redken wax it comes in a grey round container) she usually makes it look nice like either of these styles:
But afterwards I can never get it styled like that. whenever I try to do it, it always clumps together (and looks bad because my scalp shows) and all the hair stays straight forward, I'm never able to toss it around and make it stay.
so how does everyone else do it, what exact product do you use and how do you prepare your hair before you use it; is it totally dry, wet, does conditioner play a big role? I'm tired of my hair looking plain because I can't style it properly.
Here is what my hair is like usually
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I have the EXACT same problem.
I was at my friends house and I borrowed some of his gel, it was in a yellow nad blue bottom "Short Sexy Hair" I think. I held all day and my hair is THICK. It does make your hair look gelled but I used too much.
To get that hairstyle you want I believe you will need more thickness in your hair, and just a lot of "fluffing it up" just running your hands through your hair a few times and try going from there.
My dad gets that exact thing daily, I'll see what he says.