What are the differences among mousse, spritz, spray gel, glaze, styling gel, pomade, styling wax and styling cream?

Mousse is a light-hold, fast drying foam that adds lift and fullness and can be used on wet or dry hair. Spritz and spray gels are pump sprays usually used on dry or damp hair to shape or control waves or curls. Apply near the root area to add fullness and lift. Glazes and gels are thick liquids used on wet or dry hair for sculpting wet looks, for accenting curls, or controlling thick, wavy hair. Pomades, styling waxes and molding creams add texture, definition, body and structure to create dreads, twists, spikes and bed-head looks. Styling creams provide lightweight moisture, frizz-free smoothness and long-lasting definition.