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VO5 Texturising Gum £1.50 @ Asda (Instore)
VO5 Texturising Gum £1.50 @ Asda (Instore)

VO5 Texturising Gum £1.50 @ Asda (Instore)

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Various VO5 products on offer in Asda. Texturising Gum is £1.50 for 75ml along with others for £1.50. Normal price is £3 so this is a bargain. It was a white ticket, online says 2 for £5 so this is only instore

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I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair products

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hallmufc

I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair … I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair products



It's my favourite and it smells good too which is a bonus

Banned

VO5 clay is the one

MrScotchBonnet

VO5 clay is the one

Is the one what?

Hot price! I mix a little of this with a little Paul Mitchell ESP, sculps well and great hold when fixed.

hallmufc

I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair … I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair products



Have you tried Muk? Because the blue version of that not only smells better than this but works a lot better.

The funky shaper is very good, I hope that one is included in the deal!

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ollie87

Have you tried Muk? Because the blue version of that not only smells … Have you tried Muk? Because the blue version of that not only smells better than this but works a lot better.



That's great, man, but it's also £10 more expensive!

ollie87

Have you tried Muk? Because the blue version of that not only smells … Have you tried Muk? Because the blue version of that not only smells better than this but works a lot better.


I haven't tried any of the Muk range yet. Good for a medium wavey style?

hallmufc

I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair … I come back to this every time after experimenting with more premium hair products



Really? Wow, my barber did say VO5 was the best out of anything you can get at a supermarket store. What premium products have you tried?

Got a travel size one of these from o2 recently and was disappointed.. Wouldn't have it again even for free! Thin and runny and needed quite a lot to do anything, when it dried out it was like there was nothing there after a few hours. Perhaps it has to travel with you!

Thanks OP, but cold from me

Tried most hair products and for me nothing as good as Moosehead Grubby putty. only £5 and I think better than all the more expensive stuff like fudge/American crew etc etc. The VO5 range I personally think isn't that good.

si7verwolf

Got a travel size one of these from o2 recently and was disappointed.. … Got a travel size one of these from o2 recently and was disappointed.. Wouldn't have it again even for free! Thin and runny and needed quite a lot to do anything, when it dried out it was like there was nothing there after a few hours. Perhaps it has to travel with you! Thanks OP, but cold from me



​This VO5 product is good for shaping and styling but needs fixing with a spray for it to hold all day.

Kipa Toffee is a similar consistency and hold, but again needs a spray fix. It's also cheaper than American Crew etc..but not a cheap as this deal.

hallmufc

I haven't tried any of the Muk range yet. Good for a medium wavey style?



There's different types for different hair. I have to say it works a lot better for my hair which is thick, straight and very dark.

Ive been chewing this for an hour now. It's disgusting.
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