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Q: hair styling product ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: hair styling product
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: mmg-ga
List Price: $2.50
Posted: 06 Dec 2002 09:44 PST
Expires: 05 Jan 2003 09:44 PST
Question ID: 120389
I've read about a product called "Mud" that celebrities use as a
styling cream to give hair separation & definition & to make newly
washed hair a little "dirty" so it's more manageable.  Can't find it
anywhere.  Can you help?

Request for Question Clarification by justaskscott-ga on 06 Dec 2002 09:52 PST
Are you sure that the product is called "Mud", or is it possible that
the type of product is called a mud?  Also, where did you read about
this product?
Subject: Re: hair styling product
Answered By: luciaphile-ga on 06 Dec 2002 10:39 PST
Hi mmg-ga,

Thanks for the question. 

I believe the product you're seeking is called "styling mud,"
"sculpting mud" or "molding mud."

The product is used to increase body and hair thickness. It also can
lend some control to hair.

Millenia Mud Reconstructor

A little of the product goes a long way. "Make sure you use a minimal
amount of product to prevent weighing hair down. A good rule of thumb
is to put a little bit on your fingertips and apply to the hair from
the back of the head forward."


A couple of places that have this product for sale:

Alterna Hemp Seed Styling Mud

Amadeus Spa Molding Mud

Search strategy:
I was somewhat familiar with the product already.
Google search:
hair "styling mud"
hair "sculpting mud"
hair "molding mud"

I hope this answers your question. If any of the links don't work or
if you need additional information, please ask for clarification
before rating my answer. Thanks.

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