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This landmark addition to the Hanz de Fuko line is the ultimate in user-friendly styling—pairing the holding power of wax with the soft, versatile finish of clay. The result is an adaptable product that can craft almost any ’do, from a mild case of bedhead to a rockabilly pompadour.
I have brown fine hair and this product was perfect giving me hold and flexibility.5
Solid old and workable hold. Going to try full size tube.4
Although I never got this product in my box, I have purchased it before and loved it. Very reasonably priced, a little goes a long way, and the shine is controllable based on how wet your hair is when you apply the product.5
This product is pretty good for my particular hair type. I have thick and wavy hair. This has a nice hold without being crunchy and lets my hair look natural. Would recommend for similar hair types.4
Great product. It has a light scent and lasts all day. Also you can switch it up on the fly without reapplying.5
Great product. Really holds the hair, smells nice and easy to apply.4
The jury is still out on this one for me, despite numerous uses. The best way to make it work is to rub all over your hands, then get your hands wet. Make sure your hair is still wet also. If you have it, add some salt-based prep/spray. (I won't advertise which product, but it the clay reacts well with the salt for a fantastic hold.) Sample it. Then buy it.3
I don't style my hair very much. However, when I do, I prefer something that lets my hair retain a little more flow and softness. I guess you could say "I'm a Dapper Dan man."3
Advertised as having the "soft, versatile finish of clay," however what was packaged was a thick, sticky, hardened material that would not spread or blend in. Left my 'do looking like Cameron Diaz in "There's Something About Mary." Perhaps they meant clay after it has baked in a kiln...1
Really liked the smell and texture and holding power of the clay. But it dried out my hair a lot and made it feel very bristly and waxy instead of soft.4