Grow Glaze Flax Gel & Edge Control
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Edge Control and Flax Gel
Maximum strength hold gel. Can be used on wash and gos or just the edges. Contains protein.
Apply a small amount in sections to wet or damp hair.
Can be used alone or using these combos with our other styling products.
Hair Dew> Grow Glaze
Moisture Milk > Grow Glaze
Vegan Grogurt > Grow Glaze
I have a love-hate relationship with this product. When it was first released years ago, it was amazing. No pilling, no white flakes, no white streaks, nice texture and amazing hold. It quickly became my go-to gel. I usually buy two at a time and each generally lasts a couple months. Fast forward to recent times. I’m not sure if the formulation has changed, but instead of a clear color, it’s now less transparent, it pills horribly (even on top of products from the same brand), it dries with white streaks, and the consistency is awful. It feels like I’m putting a bleach based product in my hair, and leaves my hair and fingers feeling squeaky afterward. If the formulation has changed, I’m truly disappointed. I loved this gel, and it has been difficult to find a gel that is natural and has great hold and consistency, and makes my hair look like the previous version of this gel used to make my hair look. Also, customer service used to be amazing. Now I can‘t even get someone to respond to my concerns about this product via email.
I love this hair gel. The hold lasts for days without retouching my hair. My only concern is the ingredients on the gel I received don’t match the ingredients listed on the website. I watched the owner’s yt video about ingredients and there was something I couldn’t pronounce. I googled the ingredient and it wasn’t natural. I just hope this company doesn’t begin to do what others do and claim it’s something it’s not because this hair care band is very unique and I never want to stop using it. I’m hoping this was just some kind of mistake or maybe it was once and ingredient being used and now you no longer include it in the gel? Or maybe google gave me the wrong definition?