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hairspray...

ok ladies, what kind of hairspray do you use? i used to use salon selectives (for about the last 15 years), but suddenly they have disappeared from walmart's shelves and i can't find it anywhere! i guess they are going out of business (or already have)? i liked that stuff because it smelled like apples, not like alcohol, and the hold was fantastic. now i am left in a lurch, and nothing holds quite the same. any suggestions??

i know i'm gonna get alot of crap from the guys, but oh well, they can just lump it. a girl needs to look her best, right?

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I primarily only use Redken products. They have so many different types of hairspray (I have at least 3 of them, depending on what level of hold I need), and they work GREAT.

If you like a non-aerosol fruity scented one, I'd try Garnier Fructis, or Dove. I've got a bottle of the Dove stuff, and while it doesn't smell like apples, it's still a pleasant, sweet scent.
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Come on now, that was funny.

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Even though you/we can read and post. Just remember this is the Women's Riding Corner and open to their discussion and doesn't always require our/guys imput.

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i shoulda titled it "tampons". now that's funny! it's ok, i expected some ribbing, i just hope the ladies do give me some serious suggestions too though. and guys, you can ask your significant others too and help me out.

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let 'em have their fun. i can take it, i'm pretty easygoing. i survived my helmet hair thread, i can survive this. thanks for the offer though.

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there was a helmet hair thread...i got to find that one...

as for hair spray, I rarely use it but I love the Aussie stuff, the purple bottle with the kangaroo...i cant quite pin down the scent but it is a nice one to me...and the hold is pretty good when needed...
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I wish I could help you on this one, but I don't use any products in my hair except for the usual shampoo and cream rinse... Heck, when I'm riding, I usually where a bandanna and braid my hair. That way I never get helmet head.

dress for the crash, not the ride!!

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I wish I could help you on this one, but I don't use any products in my hair except for the usual shampoo and cream rinse... Heck, when I'm riding, I usually where a bandanna and braid my hair. That way I never get helmet head.
yeah, i stopped trying to make my hair look decent when i take off my helmet. it's a lost cause there. but i do use hair products when i am not riding. i have a pretty decent assortment of hats i like now for helmet hair purposes. thanks for your input anyways.

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shouldnt helmet hair be worn with pride...



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shouldnt helmet hair be worn with pride...
i know it should be, but i just really, really like my hair. i can't help it, it's an obsession for me. but i am working through it, and that is another story. right now i am more concerned about non-riding times.

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