How to make Slick Stick Work Better for Your Hair


Slick Stick is one of the best things to happen to your hair. It’s a hair paste that you rub into your hair and style with a blow dryer and brush. But it can be difficult to use if you don’t know what kind of finish and styling product will work best for your hair type. With some advance planning, however, you can make Slick Stick work great on any kind of hair!

Choose the right finish for your hair type

If you have straight hair, go for the plastic finish. If you have wavy or curly hair, go for either the matte or gloss finish.

The plastic finish works best on straight-haired people because it helps to keep the product from slipping out of place while they’re styling their hair. It also makes it easier to style and hold any type of hairstyle (long, short or medium). On top of that, this is the only finish that doesn’t make your head feel like it’s covered in oil after a while.

If you have wavy/curly hair (and almost everyone does), then we recommend either matte or gloss—but not both! Matte finishes give great texture but don’t hold well over time; they also tend to dry out curls faster than other finishes do because they absorb so much moisture from the surrounding air. Glossy styles are good if what you want is a more dramatic look with lots of shine.

Not sure what you want? Get two or three different finishes

If you’re not sure what kind of finish you want, or if your hair has different textures in different areas (like natural curls), try two or three options at once. The slick stick for hair is very versatile and can be used to create many different types of styles. The possibilities are endless!

Consider how you want to style your hair

As you consider what kind of finish to get, you should also think about how you want to style your hair. For example, if you want to style your hair and keep the hold all day long, then getting a high-hold finish is probably best for you. However, if you are looking for an inexpensive product that will give some hold but not interfere with natural curls or waves in your hair when used sparingly—and won’t leave behind any residue on your fingers when it comes time to wash it out—then a low-hold finish may be better suited for your needs.

Think about what you’re trying to achieve

When you’re using a product for the first time, it’s best to start with a plan.

If you want your hair to look shinier and more polished, the slick stick may not be the right option for you. If you want your hair to look more natural and matte, then a slick stick is probably just what the doctor ordered. The key is knowing what kind of finish or effect will work best with the shape and style of your face so that when people see your hair they can’t help but compliment it!

With a little thought and planning, Slick Stick can work much better for your hair.

You love Slick Stick, but it’s not working for you. The problem isn’t with the product itself—it’s because you haven’t thought about how to make it work better for your hair. Let’s think about what you want your hair to look like and how you want to style it. When we know those things, we can figure out which products will help us achieve that look and style in the best way possible.


We hope these tips will help you to get the best results from Slick Stick. If you’re still not sure, we recommend trying it out with a single product first before investing in more. We can assure you that once you try our products, they will become a staple in your hair routine!


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