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09 Oct 2008 - 09:376766
Best Hairspray or Glue Spray Product
Hi, I have a synthetic wig which has been set up with curls. At the moment, the curls are being held with kirby clips so that I can take it out before the event. I know hairspray was used when the clips were put in.

Now my question is, before I take the kirby clips out, I would like to know what hairspray or glue spray products should I use in order for these curls to stay in? Are these any particular brand you would recommend that I can easily buy without ordering off the internet? I don't particularly want to use heat in the event it
melts. Heat is my absolute last resort.

I want to make sure the curls will stay in for two days without dropping out.

Thank you ^_^


09 Oct 2008 - 10:086767
Super cheap Treseme Freeze-hold hairspray is the best thing I've used yet. It really does hold anything solid.



Last edited by Amy-Lou (09 Oct 2008 - 10:09)
09 Oct 2008 - 10:296768
thank you Amy-Lou, i'll see if I can get hold of that later on today or something.


09 Oct 2008 - 10:566770
make sure you've used some kind of heat to help set them i.e. stick a hairdryer on it for a while. The heat will help the fiber stay in the right place. And as suggested hairspray = your best friend!

(check my giselle costume to see how the heat approach can hold curls)


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09 Oct 2008 - 17:246778
thank you GunstarVixen, i might try some heat but i'm still a little hesitant at using the hairdryer. Obviously at the lowest temperature possible.


09 Oct 2008 - 18:016779
Hi Miruru!

As Amy Lou suggested, I found that "Tresume Freeze Hold" is absolutely brilliant hairspray for wigs. You can pick up a massive can of it in loads of places (Tesco, Boots, Superdrug etc) and it should cost about £4.

Make sure you don't spray it super close to the wig, you want a average gap so that the spray really coves the wig evenly.

I've used the stuff loads of times and swear by it.

~ M


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09 Oct 2008 - 21:156786
Thirding the TRESemmé freeze hold! That stuff is magical...


10 Oct 2008 - 10:106796
I assume that if I use this Tresseme Freeze hold, I don't need to use heat? or should I?


20 Oct 2008 - 20:597083
Whoops. Late reply! D:

I've never had to use heat on any wigs I've done so you should be fine.

~M


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21 Oct 2008 - 08:427095
ah cool, thank you everything for the advice. hopefully, i might see you all at the expo this weekend


21 Oct 2008 - 15:537107
I use Tresemea Extreme Hold

Its about £5-6 for a really large can ive dowsed probably 6 wigs in the stuff so far and it holds amazingly.

What i love about it other than the fact it sets like concrete is that it dries really quick making it sooo easy to get what ever style your after...

Definaitly great value for money


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07 Nov 2008 - 21:237510
I'm going to be different and say BEADHEAD
I think it's by Tony&Guy
Works best for me ^^


07 Nov 2008 - 22:387511
my friend who styles amazing wigs uses got2be glued i cant think of the make of it but its amazing stuff used tht
bit of heat and the wig with hugs spikes lasted through VERY strong winds and a whole night of ball partying and then even being flattened in a suitcase on a coach


07 Nov 2008 - 23:557514
I'll add to the freeze hold. But I prefer the extreme hold for ACTUAL hair LOL


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