The American Crew Fiber is a resinous cream that texturizes, molds, and shapes short hair. Perfect for those with a utilitarian sense of style, this product is high-hold, low-shine, strong and pliable. If you make sure you don’t use too much and apply it when your hair is slightly damp, it will work great against windy days, fussy cowlicks, and any other unwanted manipulation. Let’s take a look my at american crew fiber review:
Some notable features of this American Crew product are its strong hold, versatility, and subtlety. To be honest, my first experience with American Crew’s Fiber Molding Creme wasn’t exactly a positive one. As it doesn’t have the intimidating texture of thick wax, I applied a generous amount to my hair, which left it chunky and uneven. However, after washing it out and experimenting with different quantities, I found that less-is-more with this product.
If used sparingly on slightly damp hair, this molding creme will texturize short hair and last throughout the day. Not only that, but unlike heavier wax-based products, this subtle creme won’t leave your hair shiny and obnoxious, which is great if you’re looking for a very natural hold. One unique feature of this American Crew Product is its versatility. It can be used on thin, thick, or curly hair with similar effectiveness.
Overall, despite it not being great for everyone, I would call this a great product. If you know what you’re doing with hair-care and you have a short cut, this is will be one of the most practical products you’ll find on the market. Use it on thin, curly, or thick hair, and remember to use it sparingly, and you’ll have a malleable yet strong hold that will last you all day. Plus its lack of shine will ensure that no one will be commenting on how much product you use.