Has anyone gotten Ance with this product ? I am getting Puss filled pimples on my forehead and scalp
not really on the forehead, but mostly on chicks. I'm not sure if it's because of this product or not.
I'm in my 30s and have fine Asian hair. I'm after something that will make it look thicker and will hold my hair in place. Is this suitable?
Well I'm 31, white male, with very thick hair, when I used this my hair got thicker and I could put it up in some places and make it all wild. during the summer, if my hair was longer, it would get very heavy. for short hair and a messy spikey look, nothing I've tried to beat this. And I have tried many products. Never makes the hair rock hard and has a very mild to no real scent. I hope this helps. If you have any others let me know.
Is this clay shiny? Will it hold my hair if i have it long on top and super short sides? Also, My hair is not very thick in the fist place.
Yes, it is shiny. I personally had a hard time using this on quiff long hair. My hair is not thick either. This product didn't have enough lifting or sculpting power for me.
is this product like the molding clay from fantastic sam's? i am looking for something similar.
Never heard of Sams... this is the kind you find in a salon. Although it has a different smell...
is the product natural? and can i use it every day? it won't increase the hairloss?
It has natural and chemical ingredients. You can contact the maker for this. I use it every day. It gives a waxy coating to my dry hair. I don't think it will increase hair loss as it just covers the hair.
how does it smell and what color is it
It's like soft gray wax. To me it has no smell. I don't believe it smells. I am a woman. It's the best product I've found for styling my hair, so I use it even though it's a male product.
Is this product gluten free
It's not edible. It has chemicals and natural products. Nothing seems to contain gluten, which is only in grains like wheat I believe.
Last year I purchased a lot of this product for $8 now in 2021 it’s almost doble the price why????
$8 for an American Crew product is dirt cheap. You must have bought from a place that does wholesale deals. Prices are usually between $15 and more for this line. Try Got2B products. Great results at a lower price.
How do you use this product? Wet hair then apply?
Dry hair works best. This is an oil-based product and therefore does not mix well with water. It's also very hard to get out of your hair... I use TRESemmé conditioner, followed by TRESemmé shampoo, then conditioner again to get it all out. It is worth it in my opinion.
fiber or clay thanks in advance
As someone with thicker hair and a tendency to have frizzy hair, I found the clay to be a lot better than the Fiber with its comparable high hold, but also with the shine.