Pete & Pedro's THICK Hair Thickening & Light-Hold Texturizing Styling Cream is the perfect solution for gents with thin, thinning, or fine hair that want a light-holding styling texture cream to add big-time thickness, body, volume, and fullness to their hair.
The lightweight styling cream (has a gel-like texture/feel) provides a light hold without the clumping, mucho volume (yes, please!), and mega-texture in your hair. THICK also is amazing for fighting frizz and perfect for gents with some curls and waves. Smells awesome too!
No, guys. This isn't a hair loss product, and the formula won't make your hair grow back. But, what it will do is enhance your hair look and style big-time. No magic in a bottle here. We infused THICK with wheat amino acids, coconut oil, and friends to ensure even the guys thinning up top can bring out their hair best.
Apply a small amount (a little goes a long way!) to towel-dry hair after the shower and get ready to turn up the volume... hair volume that is. When it comes to truly Bueno Hair, thick is the trick!
Paraben and sulfate free.
THICK Hair Thickening & Texture Cream @ a Glance:
Size: 4 oz.
Hold: Light Hold - 3/10
Shine: Low Shine - 1/10
Scent: Slick orange color with a fresh, citrus mango scent of amazingness
Hair Length: All, but ideal for fine, thin, or thinning hair. Great for thick hair too.
Key Ingredients: Wheat Amino Acids, Coconut Oil. Paraben and Sulfate free.
Directions: A little goes a long way - don't use too much. Apply and work into hands. Evenly distribute a small amount through towel-dried hair working down to the roots. For the best results, comb through hair to ensure an even distribution. Style to desired look.
We recommend using THICK in the same way as you would use SALT. For a light hold, it is a stand alone product. For a strong hold, we would apply just a little bit (don't need much) to towel dry hair and allow it to dry either with a blow dryer or just air dry. Once the hair is dry, you can apply the second styling aid (Putty, Clay, etc.) to get the real styling effect vs. the thickness effect.