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Suggestions on brands for short pixie style. My stylist gave me fun pixie cut, im using up.. Rusk Thick spray works well giving my hair volume. What I really want is separation after drying. TIA
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Love this one, about 6.99 at your chain drugstore or 🎯 , Walmart, etc.

I recently noticed Garnier sells a pixie paste but I've not tried that one.

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got 2b Matt sounds exactly what I need. 


@LoveMyBaby wrote:

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Love this one, about 6.99 at your chain drugstore or 🎯 , Walmart, etc.

I recently noticed Garnier sells a pixie paste but I've not tried that one.


 

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Very happy with this one- it adds volume for me, I have about 4" layers. Can't stand flat hair, lol, so I fluff it up with this. Worth a try, there are a zillion pastes out there, quite overwhelming actually! I used to be a mousse person. I like inexpensive products that work! 😊

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TIGI Bed Head Manipulator.  It's blue in the jar, but doesn't show blue on your hair.  

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I cut my hair into a pixie close to a year ago and I have been loving it . I have dark brown hair with lots of silver in it . I use Drybar Southern Belle volumizing mousse and then I use Ouai Matte pomade yo get that piecey look and extra volume . I use only cruelty free products both these brands are  and they smell great too 

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I just got my silver hair cut that way and bought ORIBE paste, which my hairdresser used. It's got a sticky quality and you rub your hands together and apply. You use a minimal amount and it works when you want to do "picky" things with your hair. Pricey, but a small jar should last for a year.

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@LoveMyBaby wrote:

Very happy with this one- it adds volume for me, I have about 4" layers. Can't stand flat hair, lol, so I fluff it up with this. Worth a try, there are a zillion pastes out there, quite overwhelming actually! I used to be a mousse person. I like inexpensive products that work! 😊


Thanks again! Yes I'm on the same page. See no reason spending extra money. Fact is this is excellent line that's been around awhile.
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I really like Sebastian Microweb Fiber. 

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Re: Texturizer Paste

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@Sweet_Serenity,   I just purchased Bumble & Bumble's Grooming creme (you can read about it online).  The reason I want to try this out is it not heavy but gives definition & texture.  Another great product that I have been using for years is Aveda's paste.  I am really excited about receiving the Grooming creme.  Cat Very Happy

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