L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.art A.Head Clay

I love short haircuts, pixie hairstyles, bob haircuts. It’s my style, I feel comfortable when much more feminine than with long hair.
Last week I got a haircut. I had long hair (if fact, looooong hair) and now I have a haircut that looks a lot like this one:

So, I started to use again a hair product that I used to love back in 2008-09, when I had a pixie haircut. My hairdresser had recommended this because he know that I am not the kind of girl that will spend more than 5′ to style my hair.

I am talking about the Tecni.Art A.Head Clay by L’Oréal Professionnel. As you can easily understand from the name, it is a matt clay that allows you to create explosive styles and messed up control, without any build up.

How To Use:
Warm a small amount of clay in your hands(rub it between your handpalms) and then wok throughout the hair for an overall matt effect or use to define sections.

You only need a tiny amount of product that will give you a great hold without any greasiness or stiff looking hair. It last all day long. but still gives you the possibility to restyle your hair during the day if you want to.

It has a strange smell, which I like, but might be annoying to some sensitive little noses. It reminds me of anise (and greek ouzo). It seems to be a strong smell, but it disappears once applied.

You can buy it at hair salons. As for the cost, I can’t really tell you because I bought mine a long time ago. I remember that is not cheap. Maybe something like 15€ for 50ml. Just consider that you only need a tiny amount, so it will last you for a long long time.

Do you use clay for your hair styling? What hair products can’t you live without? 


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