Ver la versiůn completa : Hanz de Fuko line of hair products

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24-10-2013, 20:11
http://sharpologist.com/wp-content/uploads//hanz.jpgExclusive to*Birchbox.com (http://birchbox.com/), I hadnít heard of the San Francisco-based Hanz de Fuko line of menís stuff until they sent me three hair products to review.

Iím glad I do now, because their products are pretty unique. Hereís my takeaway:

Hanz de FukoSponge wax:*This is one of the more unusual styling products Iíve used in my hair, and when my mop is at its shortest, itís one of my favorites. It has a squishy feel and a great, light scent, but doesnít overpower my hair and make it look like Iím using any product at all. With a matte finish, it coerces my hair to behave like it should (if that makes sense). As my hair grows out, I find that it works less well, but at $17.50 for a jar, Hanz de Fuko Sponge Wax is an absolute keeper.

Quicksand:*Iíve never seen anything like this product. You know how your hair feels after a day at the beach? Thatís what Quicksand does. It dries, absorbs and mattes, and literally leaves your hair feeling like it has sand in it. Almost a little dirty. That sounds like a bad thing, but it isnít. It adds body and an edginess that my thinning scalp hasnít felt in a long time. You can even use it as a dry shampoo if you donít wash your hair every day.* This isnít a product I use all the time; something Iíd consider for more of a ďgoing out,Ē messy look, but I like it. Also $17.50.

Modify Pomade:*With my thinning hair, I donít really want to look shiny, but thatís exactly what Modify offers. Itís surprisingly lightweight, not-at-all-greasy and offers a lot of creativity and texturing opportunities, especially when dry. Right before I get a haircut, this stuff is at its very best. And it smells great. $17.50.


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