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If you are a fan of anime hairstyles, this product would help a lot. When I was 16 I was in my tomboy phase and decided to give my hair an almost boy cut-length hairstyle, with a lot of asymmetry, pretty much like Cloud from Final Fantasy 7 if you have ever seen him. My hairstyle demanded a lot of styling to look messy and cool. I tried a lot of different gels but none really lived up to my expectations, and then I bought this.
It comes in a light blue tub, with a silver screw lid. The product inside is white in color, it smells fresh and clean. This is not a gel consistency, when you take it in your hands it feels very sticky and it does not separate like gels. You are supposed to run a bit of it between your palms, and then use your hands to sculpt the hairstyle you want. So you rub it into the areas of your hair that need to be shaped, and then you can pull those strands up to form spikes.
Personally I found this very easy to use and it lasted for a long time, since you only need to use a little bit on short hair. Eventually this became my favorite product to style short hair. I still have the remaining of it in the pot, and after such a long time it has not changed in consistency or effectiveness.
I suggest you try this if you are trying to create the messy look.
As far as hair styling products go I don't think many come close to L'Oreal. Their range of hair products is endless and their styling products are of a high standard. I use their shampoo's and with positive past experience of the brand I opted for the 'Out Of Bed' fibre putty recently. The fibre putty comes in a 150ml baby blue pot with a silver screw on lid. The 'Out Of Bed' product comes under L'Oreal's Special FX Studio range and I have tried the various gels from this range before this fibre putty.
This hair styling product is for a 'lasting messed up effect' and after using it numerous times it definately lives up to the wording on the tub. When you remove the screwcap lid you find what looks like wax. It is an off-white colour and is quite thick in texture. The texture is promising, as I am sceptical that psray on liquid products can dry and still have movement in them. The fibre putty is easy to apply and I just spread it on the palms of my hands and work it into my hair. If you have dark hair you must be careful not to apply too much as the light colour of it may show in areas if you dont apply it evenly. You can try different styles and titivate it until you find a good style without having to worry about it competely setting stiff. With plenty of movement in the hair once applied, it still holds firm and will last a day with just the occassional attention.
The 'Out Of Bed' fibre putty costs around £3.50 from most supermarkets and Boots/Superdrug etc. If you are looking to try something different from a popular brand such as L'Oreal then I would recommend this product. Allowing you to sculp, design and model your hair to your personal preference this is a very versatile product for both men and women.
I have to admit that I don't actually own the L'Oréal Out of Bed hair wax - but it is one of those things for which I love living in a flat share! My (male, shorthaired) housemates swear on its qualities to make their hair looked really styled, well if you ask me they usually look like fresh out of bed after using it. Having long and curly hair is a blessing and a curse at the same time; I do need quite a lot of time to get it properly in shape after showering and not all hair products can manage my hair.
After accidentally melting my hair wax on our radiator in the bathroom I had to borrow my housemates L'Oréal Out of Bed hair wax - and felt instantly in love with it! After a while he figured out that I was using it as well and not it is my turn to buy the next tub when this one runs out. The hair wax can be bought in most drugstores and larger supermarkets for less than 3 pounds which is a fairly good price given that the 150g tub seems to last forever. We have been using ours for a couple of months now and still have quite a bit left.
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The wax itself is fells very soft and is easily melted in your hand. To create a nice hairstyle I only need a tiny but to define my curls. The wax melts very quickly in my hands and is easily applied; thankfully it is not as sticky as hair gel and therefore it is much easier to define specific areas. I love how it makes my hair shiny - hair spray, while giving my hair a nice structure, often lets it look very blunt and dry. The wax is not visible at all and it is not flaky, something you sometimes get with cheaper products which inevitable leads to someone telling me that my hair looks dirty.
When my housemate uses it for his short hair he simply melts a tiny bit of wax in his hand and rubs it all over his hair to create that modern "just woke up" look. I'm always jealous that it only takes him 2seconds to get a proper hair style while I need ages in front of the mirror before a night out.
The style does last all day long for short hair but with mine I do need a bit of a freshen-up after a few hours. The wax is not strong enough to support the weight of my curls for too long but even when it wears off my hair looks at least natural.
The smell is somewhere between neutral and masculine; it is quite fresh and reminds me of this typical hair product smell from a hairdresser visit. Basically what I'm saying is that not much effort was put into it to make the hair wax smell nice. It's still not a bad smell and luckily it is not very intense. I think it is more oriented at a male market and has not much to do with all these sweet smelling hair products for women. Which in itself is not a bad thing as some of the hair products for women smell horribly artificial and intense.
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All in all I would say that L'Oréal Out of Bed hair wax is a great product for any hair style - it's great for a "just woke up" look for short hair and perfect for wild long hair styles. The wax makes my hair feel quite soft while giving it a firm style whereas most hair gels make it feel very sticky and/or hard and dry. With just under 3 pounds it is not too expensive and L'Oréal is a brand I generally trust.
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Out Of Bed
Contents: 150 ml
Price: around 3 pounds
Where to buy: drugstores, supermarket
I really don't know anybody who doesn't use any hairstyling products and I'm also someone who doesn't leave the house without doing my hair. I'm not that fussy but if I don't then my hair is all over the place. The fun thing is that after I did my hair it's still a mess but at least it's styled! I normally use wax and come across the L'Oreal Out of bed.
The L'Oreal brand was more known for me for shampoo and feminine hygiene products but the brand also aims at men with products such as face creams and shaving cream. It presents itself as a brand with good but also affordable care products for everyone.
The pot of L'Oreal Out Of Bed looks very attractive with its light blue colour and the text of the name and brand. The wax feels soft and is easy to put on your fingertips to put it in your hair. Before you apply it the wax is very creamy until it touches your hair and then it gets more hard. So it's really easy to style your hair. L'Oreal indicates that you can always restyle your hair during the day. Which apparently doesn't apply for me because it never works when I do it. My hair does stay nice and neatly the way I styled it so that's good.
The L'Oreal Out of bed smells quiet nice but luckily not to strong. When you apply it on your fingertips you can smell the wax which smells like chewing gum in a positive way. After applying it in my hair I don't really notice the smell anymore.
I've had different kinds of hair styling products in my life but I must say that this one belongs to one of my favourites. It is easy to apply and styling my hair is very easy and it stays good during the day. I only need a small amount of wax which means I can last over just a month with this one. You can get the Out of Bed for around 3 pounds which I think is worth it.
L'oreal Out of Bed! well thats the name and it does exactly what it says.
well i came by this stuff after i got bored of my long neat hairstyles and decided to go with something more funky, it cost me £3.50 for two pots at my local superdrug (special offer) it comes in a cool looking blue tub with a silver lid and contains 150ml of the white, sticky creame stuff.
When i started using it and going to college everyone just looks because your hair is totally different, people even said to me "Hey have You just Woke up ? " so i guess it does its job 'The out of bed look'
quite simply what you do is take a small amount, put it in your palms and the sort of clap to release the fibers and then you just go completly mad and rub it in your hair and then pull strands to give definition. there are clear instructions on the tub with a cartoons picture showing what you should do. The end look for me is that your hair looks cool and relaxed but you can go totally wild and have spikes everywhere this stuff really does hold!
Price wise it is very good value for money as you only require a small amount of it i have had my pot for over a month and use it almost everyday it still looks completly full, it also has a nice fresh smell to it and lastly it doesnt make your hair go hard like gels and so this allows you hair to feel more natural and you can switch styles easily.
If your the sort who wants slick hair then this isnt for you, also it works best on short to mid length hair.
L'Oreal Paris Studio out of bed Fibre putty with long lasting messed up effect was on offer in my local boots two blue pots containing 150 ml each were £4. I was fresh from the hairdressers and not 100% happy with my haircut so I was searching for a product you use to stick my hair up for a week or so till the bits that were cut to short grew back.
I arrived home and opened the first tub the cream/putty is a nice clean white colour it smells like shampoo a bit chemically but overall a nice smell. I rubbed a bit of putty into my hands and fingertips then rubbed it through my hair and the tips of my hair to create a messy just out of bed look. I was not convinced the product was going to work, as my hair is quite thick and heavy. I did not use a lot of product to get a look I was happy with. So I set out for a day at work with my hair fully messed up! The putty did hold my hair well throughout the day I popped to the toilets a couple of times to check my look and tweak a few strands of hair. I was impressed that my hair has stayed where the putty was and I was amazed that when I re-tweaked it the hair went where I put it again.
At the end of the day, the putty had held my hair well into its place for over 12 hours. What I did not like though was them way it made my hair feels. My hair was a bit tacky to touch and the putty had made the hair stick together and get a bit knotty. I could not run my hands through my hair as it would have been too knotty but it did not look knotty in the mirror. I also disliked the putty on my hands it was very sticky and did not wash off every easily. When I re-tweaked at work it left my hands very sticky until I washed them with hot soapy water. This would be a pain if you touched your hair when you are out and about.
That evening I had a shower, which I was a bit concerned about I was not sure how well the product would wash out but it washed out with shampoo fine and my hair was back to normal.
Overall this is a good product for short hair it holds the hair well and is very good value. I did not like the feel of the product though.
This is one of those great products that give you that `just out of bed` look!
I`m really into the waxes and fibre putties that help create this madness.
If I go out I want to be individual,I don`t want to look like everyone else,I need my own style!
L`Oreal `Out Of Bed ` is a type of thick gluey putty,but surprisingly its not too messy to apply.
I like to apply mine to my hair when it is damp,the overall effect is then much better.
The Wax/Fibre putty comes in a small round tub,and I use just a little blob to start with.
I work it through my hair using my fingertips to coat the hair well.
My theory is that if I apply just a little at first it`s easy to put more on if needed.
The hair then really starts behaving itself,wherever you want the hair to go it obeys you!
It also helps create a `messy` look that will stay all day.,and surprisingly leaves little in the way of residue.
Maybe a touch on the expensive side at around £3 a tub,but when you take into consideration how long the tub lasts,its not over the top at all.
Over my time I have tried a fair few different hair products with very mixed results. Now my hair is fairly short but I like it to be a bit rugged, what I mean is I don't want the extreme of spikey hair but I don't want a pristine page boy neatness, just slightly off neat if that makes sense.
While some gels could probably produce this effect I do not like the look of having gel in my hair, in my opinion it can look wet, greasy and/or dirty when it's not. So a few years ago I stumbled across L'Oreal Paris- Out of Bed, fibre putty.
The manufacturer describes it as a "Long lasting messed up effect", well that sounded like it may be the stuff I need.
It is sold in small cylindrical plasic tubs containing 150ml of fibre putty. The packaging is a semi translucent blue tub with a screw on silver plastic lid.
The putty itself is a gloopy off white substance, and putty describes it pretty well. It is slightly sticky and quite thick in consistency.
The manufacturer recommends you apply a small amount to well conditioned hair, they also recommend you kind of squish it between the palms of two hands a few times, in a kind of clapping motion. This seems to make the putty more pliable and not so lumpy when you apply it, if you don't do this I found it kinds of stays in a lump and is not easy to move through your hair.
I find it also works better when my hair is slightly damp, definatly not wet and not dry. I apply it with my hands and just kind of ruffle my hair a bit, and yes it does now look like I have just got out of bed. Next I just neaten it up a bit with my hands again, no comb or brush is needed, and hey presto it works. Not to neat, not to spikey, does not look like I have gel in, does not look greasy or wet!
Overall this is a good product for me and the only product I have used for more than a couple of years now.
It is widely available from supermarkets and chemists. A little bit pricey but supermarkets often have mulibuy deals on this. I will say though that one tub probably lasts me 4-5 months.
Currently priced at £3.49 from Boots.
I hate my hair. I absolutely loathe my thick curly hair. I wnat to be able to style it so that it looks nice, neat and tidy and will continue to do so throughout the day.
Up until about 3 months ago, I was in a right pickle. I had tried loads of different gels and waxes, all of which either resulted in me looking like I had had dandruff by the middle of the day or Wurzel Gummidge.
That was until one of my mates recommended this different 'fibre putty' hair syling cream. When I first looked at what he was scooping onto his barnet, I thought 'that's never going to do the trick', but how wrong I was.
If you get your hair to a state of 'fairly damp' before you apply this gel, it will do the job. You need to make sure it is not too dry, or too wet, as it will not work. After you come out of the shower in the morning, dry your hair and leave it for 10 minutes before applying the gel. You will find that even thick curly hair like mine has a chance of looking great if you use this gel. There's no need for a comb either, just style your hair with your fingers for a natural look!
Like me, you may feel a bit sceptical about putting 'fibre putty' into your hair, but trust me, since I have been using this gel, I haven't been experimenting with any others!
The disadvantages of this gel are that you have to really wash your hands well after applying because it can make your hands extremely sticky. Also it is quite expensive and can cost anywhere between £3 and £4 depending upon where you shop.
The name of this hair styling "fibre putty" gives you a hint of what it lets you do with your hair - you can create the just got out of bed look! If you are the type of person who spends ages getting your hair straight and neat and tidy then this might not be for you, but for anyone who wants the messy, scruffy look then this is perfect! Out of Bed L'Oreal Studioline Special FX: Out of Bed, Lasting Messed Up Effect Fibre Putty. Phew - thats a long name! Although it is described as a fibre putty I would call it more a styling gloop - thick, white & sticky (no giggling please). It has a nice smell that seems to come from most L'Oreal products and comes in the Studioline Special FX packaging of light blue with a silver lid. I've seen it on sale in most places that sell hair styling products - Boots, Superdrug, supermarkets. It ranges in price from £3.99 (Boots) to about £2.50 (Tescos I think). If you shop around you can usually find it Buy One Get One Free somewhere. Messed Up Effect The container has full instructions on it and a little cartoon head with a crazy example of what hair styes you can create! It says to use on dry hair and I would agree - damp hair is just about OK but wet hair does not go well! The gloop seems to dilute and you just end up with a slick, sticky mess that won't hold. It is very sticky and you just rub some together in your hands and away you go. I like the "just go mad" technique myself but you can spike it, twirl it or whatever you want. After about half an hour it sets - the container says that you can restyle it throughout the day but I don't really agree. I have used the L'Oreal Remix product before and that you can restyle - Out of Bed does harden into shape a bit. Fibre Putty Having used many other hair products before to style my fairly short but crazy and untamable hair, I must say this is one of my favourites. Wax always feels greasy,
gel goes all crunchy, sprays don't hold enough. Out of Bed does hold you style in place - even if your hair is spiked straight up and longish. When dry it does not have that greasy feel but it doesn't make your hair crunchy either. Depending on your style and length of hair you may have to use quite a bit - compared to gels anyway. If you get through it quite quickly then just stock up when they are BOGOF. The Studioline Special FX Remix and Radical Gel are also good styling products that are usually included in the deal so you could try them as well. Why worry about your hair beig neatly combed when you can create a crazy fashionable style in minutes - mess it up!
This is a MUST to all MEN! Let me introduce myself: My name is EAL, LOR-EAL. I wish anyway! Ever woke up in the morning with your partners hand on your..... no sorry, let me try again. Ever woke up with really messy hair? Got out of bed and looked in the mirror and found that your hair looks really good and stylish naturally? Well if your honest, hide your pride and admit it. My girlfriend told me one morning that my hair looked really good before I messed it up with gel. So what could I do to keep my nagging Ms’s happy? ~~ L'OREAL, LINE FX, STUDIO- OUT OF BED ~~ Know what this is then? O.k., so some of you do, but carrying on reading! It’s white stuff that sticks in your hair and styles it nicely, like the lady in ‘ Something About Mary ’ I hear your screams and shouts now! But this stuff really is fantastic. It costs me heavily, emptying the only filled pocket in my nice Levi Jeans. It cost me £3.99 from no other than ‘Boots’. The only problem with this stuff, which can be argued due to the size of my flumpy fingers is the fact that its a little hard to get the right amount and rub it into your fingers. But when you stick this soft smooth ‘Fibre Putty’ in your hair, your hair speaks to it clearly, a clear marriage between them evolve. The hair naturally starts going messy, keeping a natural style about it. It has one major smell to it, its not that bad neither, its like the smell of a way strong aftershave, not a cheap one neither, I have an expensive eye, so don’t start accusing me of being the man with the cheap aftershave. The one real decent thing about this other than the fact it really does the job is that it keeps your hair soft and springy. It keeps hair in place so it still looks good, but at anytime of the day, your bale to simply run your fingers through it giving your hair a whole new ‘
;messed up’ effect! This “moulding fibre putty’” really works and shouldn’t be doubted for a minute, actually, never, it should NEVER be doubted! If you want more information on their other products as well as this go to: www.lorealfx.co.uk If you want more specific info on this actual product, please write to: L’OREAL PARIS, London, W6 8AZ. So here’s my girlfriends conclusion: “ Wow, you look so cool, where this more often and I’ll finally realise why I’m with ya! “ My Conclusion is: Pay the £ 3.99 once, just try it once. You can’t imagine how good this stuff is at, relighting your relationship and making your hair funky-stylish! It goes with all clothes, acts as an EXPENSIVE strong aftershave and your pull all the birdies pecking at your hair! This stuff is the best other than me of course! EMILY: “ What about me, aren't I your best” JAMIE: “ At night my darling, yes! “ LOL! I’m just kidding! Go and buy and be forever hooked by the amazing putty fibre in the little blue silver topped container! All the best! Chunka!
If you're a fan of Gareth Gates' infamous and trademark spikes, and have thought it impossible to get your own barnet like that without spending loadsa money...then u are very mistaken. L'Oreal has come up with a great hairstyling product which is a cross between gel and brylcreem and it can tranform your hair into wonderful creations.... Before I can continue this op, I have a statement that I would like to make: I HAD SPIKEY HAIR BEFORE GARETH GATES CAME ON TO THE SCENE!!! WHY DOESNT ANYONE BELIEVE ME?????!!!!! Anyway, now let me commence... ++++++++++++++++++++ Product Description: ++++++++++++++++++++ L'Oreal describe it as: 'Lasting Messed Up Effect - Get the out of bed look ! Play with this unique fibre putty and create messed up effects that really last. Whip it, shake it, just mess it! Go for ruffled, tousled and unruly hair. With its non-drying supple texture , you can restyle your hairstyle as often as you like.' +++++++++++++++++++++++ My Description/Opinion: +++++++++++++++++++++++ This is great for creating wild and wacky hairstyles...its white, thick, sticky and messy and feels great when you run it through your hair! For the fashionable messed up look for the lads, the Out of Bed formula is great! Just apply a small amount of this 'putty' onto well-conditioned hair and you should get the desired effect which is ultimately 'the out of bed look'! However, I must stress the importance of preparing your hair before applying the cream. Prior to applying the Out of Bed hairstyling cream, from my own experience I would suggest that you apply it to slightly damp hair rather than dry hair. But it is also important that your hair is not too wet either otherwise Out of Bed can become gooey and pasty and ends up looking like a disaster! I always wash my hair with conditioner first and then towel dry my hair be
fore applying Out of Bed and this technique always seems to work for me and I get the best results from it. However, everyone has different hair conditions and my advice would be to experiment a little with it to see what is the best formula for you. For those of you who want to create the 'Gareth Gates look' then I would suggest applying a 'generous' ammount into the palm of your hand and run the whole lot through your hair. Having done that, start twisting away! Take clumps of hair between your fingers and twist and twist until it stays in place! And believe me it does stay in place! So there you have it! I bet you didn't think it would be that simple, hey! I have very thick hair that is quite hard to manage but Out of Bed works wonders for me! It keeps my hair in place all day and if I use the right amount it doesn't look greasy. Another thing I love about it is the fact that it gives my hair the 'wet look' which is how I like it! ++++++++++++++++++++ Product Marketing: ++++++++++++++++++++ Priced between £2.50 and £3.99 (Yes, it tends to vary ridiculously in price!), Out of Bed comes in a light blue 150ml plastic tub with a light grey lid and has the distinguishable L'Oreal branding. ++++++++++++++++++++ Useful Info: ++++++++++++++++++++ Like I pointed out previously, Out of Bed tends to vary in price incredibly! The cheapest that I have ever bought Out of Bed for was £2.50 from my local pharmacy, however stores like Boots charge up to £3.99!!! I normally buy my Out of Bed from Boots (WHY?!!!! I hear you scream!!! They sell it at such a high cost!!!). It's true, Boots do sell Out of Bed at a high price but they also have promotions every couple of weeks where you can BOGOF...huh?...Buy One Get One Free!! So when this promotion is on, being a hard-up student, I think ahead and stock up well on my favourite hair styling
product! It has a really nice, fresh fragrance that lasts throughout the day...so you smell like you've just walked out of the shower (how cheesy! i know!) +++++++++++++++++ Last Word +++++++++++++++++ I have recommended this product to some of my mates and they love it and use it regularly too! I would definately recommend it to all Dooyoo users! I have to say that Out of Bed is by far my favourite hair styling product and it has become my lifeline! My hair is very important to me and Out Of Bed fulfils my each and every requirement! This gets a 'Thumbs Up' from me :-)
L’OREAL- OUT OF BED Check this out! Want to look like a tramp but can’t because your hair always looks so neat and tidy. Search no more, We can now rebel. I have just grown all of the perm out of my hair, basically because it was starting to look damaged and the ends were splitting. My hair has been straight now for about 6 months and to be honest I think that it looks boring. I decided to go to the shops in search of a product that would make my hair look a little more exciting. Browsing around the shops I came across a product called (are you ready) OUT OF BED. I couldn’t resist; I had to buy it. This product is great, it feels a bit dodgy, (if you know what I mean) thick, slippery, sticky stuff, white as well. It smells the same as all of the L’Oreal products, which is a really nice fragrance, sometimes it can smell a bit harsh, but with this it doesn’t because you only need a small amount. It comes in a 150ml plastic tub, the tub is light blue and the lid is silver and as black writing on it. The content of the tub is fibre putty (you have been warmed). Out of bed works best on dry hair, you just rub a small amount into the palms of your hands and then GO MAD, LOSE CONTROL, mess up your hair as much as you like. You can play with this unique moulding fibre putty and create messed up effects that really lasts, toss it, whip it, shake it and head bang. Style it ruffled, tousled and you can always use it to sort out unruly hair. Most people I know have problems getting their hair to stay in a style for a long time but with this it makes your hair look good but gives your hair the flexibility to move around all day and it still look great. I have also found that it makes my hair look a lot thicker. If your hair is really thin and flyaway then this product was made for you because it give your hair more body and makes it easier to manage. It lasts for the whole day and for the
amount that you need to use it is very good. It doesn’t make your hair sticky or straggly it just looks like it is a bit damp. I sometimes find that depending on which style I choose my hair does look better when it is wet. It can be used on short hair long hair, straight hair curly hair - any style of hair at all. So if you feel like rebelling for the day when this is the stuff for you - go on make someone's day, give them something to gossip about. I brought this product from my local Manor Pharmacy but I think that you can also get it for boots and shops like Savers. This excellent buy cost me only £2.49, bargain