Blowmei - Cruising Clay - 2oz

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Medium, Flexible Hold Matte Finish (not shiny)Clean Scent. Makes Hair Look and Feel Thicker and Fuller. Ideal for fine to medium texture hair, Convenient 2 oz. frosted container for travel 

Define and texturize long or short hair styles with cruising clay. Matte finish that adds body and fullness that feels like you have twice as much hair. Whether cruising on your bike or through a park at sunset, our light formula absorbs quickly for perfectly styled hair every time.  Rock your hair all night long by finishing with icon the defining spray.

How to use

Squeeze a small amount of cruising clay into your hand about the size of a dime to a quarter depending on your length of hair. Work through damp to dry hair starting in the crown area (top back) of your head and pull through to the front and sides. Shape and blow dry as desired. 

To get the most volume, work into base of damp hair. Blow dry with a round brush directing hair away from the scalp until fully dry. Shape as desired.


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