I don't get the matching part (in line?) but have you tried starting the hawk in the trouble area and then fanning from there? I used to have that problem x10 when my hair was long and that helped me redistribute my hair evenly.
I use that hairspray, too, and I remember the first time I used it, it left that grayish white stuff, too.
What I do now is I spray it, then use my hand and lightly touch the part you just hairsprayed (run your hand against it kinda quickly). When you do that it doesn't take out the spray yet it makes it so that no white stuff shows up at all :)
My problem for now is that my hair is fucked. They're splitting in the ends, theyŗe dry and stuff, so I can't wear my hawk up all the time, I put it up only or rear occasions. ;( SoonI'm going to the barber's for an advice. Anybody has and advice how to fight that stuff?
p.s.I'm already using loads of conditioner and other stuff, but they help only temporary.
Get a trim, stop dyeing, leave-in conditioner, don't wash every day, don't take it down everyday (when you put it up), invest in good shampoo/conditioner (I use infusuim moistur(ology) errr something kinda spelt like that. It works wonders for my hair- maybe try the repair one? or any kind of repairing shampoo/conditioner set)
I've sopped dyeing my hair already. I have expensive(and high quaity repairing) shampoos, conditioners and other shit, and not I am going to get a hair mask. I'm forced put my 'hawk up only in rare occasions, and not for long time, and it seems to help. Will see what will happen after hair mask, maybe my 'hawk will continue to live.
Hair masks are definetely good! ;D I just got one, and I must say that my hair feels like hair again ;D + I shaved the sides ;)
About those shampoos - my mom in involved with those bitches from GNLD (home buisness or whatever it's called) so she really believes that everything bought there is really natural and good (though my barber sayed that that shampoo sucks ass) ;D
I don't remember where I read this... all I know is that someone on this site said it once, but I think it was something like this:
If their hair is shorter, you can use a piece of duct tape since tape is straight yet bends and just cut around the strip of tape. Then take the piece of tape off and it should be straight. Though I bet that would hurt, haha. Maybe if you put a bit of water on the duct tape first so it doesn't stick so much.