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For a product that’s all about flexible shaping, gel can be very cut-and-dried—so dry, in fact, that things get flaky once you attempt a restyle. Grooming Lounge’s expert team of barbers and grooming geeks formulated this gel to give precise control rather than a death grip. It goes on light while giving a firm but flexible hold.
While I regularly use a hair product to style my hair, this gel didn't really cut it for me. I traditionally use a wax or pomade to tame my thick locks and found this gel to be a bit lacking to get my hair to do what it needed. Keep this in mind if you have thicker hair.3
Doesn't make my hair feel too greasy or anything. I have some thick wavy hair, and it works.3
This is a good gel product, but is not for my hair type. I liked the scent of the gel and tried it on a day I wasn't going out. It has a good hold and doesn't leave my hair greasy or shiny. I already use the towel dry paste and love it. I won't be changing products any time soon.3
Again great product Nice smell, doesn't look to shiny or stiff in your hair once it's dried, the sample was small i have a of hair! Also quite pricey for this product. 18.00?3
Wasn't wow'd by the product, since I prefer texture paste with my thick hair. The gel did a nice job, but not a great job with it. It will however be kept in my desk drawer for those mornings where I arrive at work with hat hair and need something to fix it quick and simple.3
not a huge fan of hair gel, prefer using a pomade on my hair2
My hair is very thick, and this just didn't cut it for me.2
Has good hold but after drying flakes like dandruff. Sticking to Pomade.2
This gel may work well with certain hairstyles, but being used to waxes and pastes, this just feels flimsy and watery. Additionally, as normally the case with gels, it's hard to create a natural look, and the gel has a tendency to create hardened strands when it dries.2
I honestly didn't even know hair gel was still made until this arrived in my Birchbox. I don't think I've used hair gel since around 1996, along with the rest of the civilized men in America. Or maybe I'm wrong.1