Layrite Cement Clay 120g | High Hold | Water Soluble | Matte finish
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Kinky hair. You don’t need any help adding volume as your tight curls do it for you. And, you’ve probably noticed that your hair appears a little on the dry side naturally – so you don’t want the matte finish you’ll get from a clay. If you need the hold, opt for a pomade, but a styling cream is likely to be your best bet. Keep it classy with the Gents of London Carbon Clay. The premium brand was born in London but is now sold worldwide. Carbon Clay uses kaolin for the matte texture and pliable yet strong-hold finish. It’s also enhanced with other natural ingredients like beeswax. Plus, it’s ethically produced without nasty ingredients such as parabens. If you want to add even more texture to your look, combine the clay with the sea salt spray for the ultimate styling duo.
While ROUGH.RIDER is an excellent hair clay, it’s hard to wash out. It’s not the oil that’s the problem, it’s the grittiness that’s left on your hair. No matter what kind of hair you have or how stubborn it is typically, RUDY’s Clay Pomade will help you tame your manly mane. It adds body, texture, and volume with firm control. You’ll enjoy a matte finish without any waxy residue or crunchiness, meaning it’s easy to restyle throughout the day, should you need it. The ingredients include bentonite clay, macadamia nut oil, sage oil, vitamin E, and beeswax. Together they provide a strong hold, lots of moisture, smooth the strands, and promote healthy hair growth. Best of all, it’s paraben-free and Leaping Bunny Certified.Unique combination derived from minerals and plants (Ozokerite, tribehenin, lanolin and cera alba) Chosen for their ability to deliver flexible hold. Please note that Royal Mail currently classes perfumes, nail polishes, flammable liquids and aerosols as "hazardous materials" and will only accept a limited number of these per parcel.
Curly hair. Again, you probably don’t need the texture and volume that hair clay offers, and you do want some shine. Pomade is likely to be your best bet. If you want to try a clay, you can…but you need to be aware of the volume you’ll get. That said, it’s not bad at keeping frizzies under control.Use a hairdryer to create the shape of your hairstyle if you have long hair. With short hairstyles, you can skip the hairdryer. If you’re concerned about flyaways, you can use some hairspray or just smooth a small amount of extra clay over the problem areas. Damp hair is usually the best starting point. We’re talking towel-dried, so there’s still a little moisture to help you spread the product through your hair. But, you can work with hair that’s nearly dry if you add a little water to the product in your hand when applying it.
There is almost no reason not to give this product full marks; it’s a rather amazing hair clay. Yes, it does have some beeswax in the mix, but there are also plenty of ingredients that you would find in any real hair clay. You can use hair clay in damp hair, and if this is your preference, make sure your hair is at least 80% dry.
Layrite Cement Clay
However, it works well due to its powerful hold and matte finish. It’s a reliable hair clay with natural ingredients. But, you will need to trade something for the combination of easy in and easy out hair clay – and that’s the length of the hold. You shouldn’t expect it to last for weeks; it won’t. It probably won’t even give you 24 hours. But, it will give you a solid 12-14 hours of sheer bliss. And, despite the not-so-masculine aroma, there’s something about it that many guys seem to love.