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Bumble and bumble Gellac

What it is:A super-strong, sure-hold gel.What it does:This gel freezes shapes with a lacquer-hard, glistening finish. What else you need to know:Excellent for advanced, intricate work (think spikes, pin curls, or meticulous marcel waves).
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Use for heat styling?
I have a Bombshell curling iron and it does great with curls, but I'm left with very stubborn flyaways that won't curl and just stick up. Is this okay to use right before curling to get the curl to stay and, presumably, those little hairs?
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
kallison
(Anchorage, AK)
on Gellac
1 answer
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answer 1
This sounds like a perfect application for this product. If you have stubborn flyaways, rub a small amount between your palms, run over the fly aways taming them with lightly gelled fingers. Let it air dry or use a diffuser to 'set' the product, and you are indeed set for the day!!
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
orangedog
(Greenville, SC)
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it this advisable for shoulder length, mostly long hair, fine but fairly thick??
i have shoulder length hair with layers cut only in the bottom. my hair is baby fine, flat but alot of it..would this work or create more of a mess??
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
kritterrn
(struthers, OH)
on Gellac
1 answer
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answer 1
Depends on what you want to achieve with this product. For smoothing it would work great. Just work in a little at a time. if it is volume at the roots, you will need to dry upside down applying at the roots or the weight of your wet/damp hair will pull it down.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
orangedog
(Greenville, SC)
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