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Everytime we talk about hair I buy some $30 pomade, regret it, and go back to Murrays.
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Don't know how anyone can use murrays. So gross and impossible to get out.
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

Don't know how anyone can use murrays. So gross and impossible to get out.

Mine washes out every night. I don't even use shampoo, I use a conditioner by Dr. Bronners. But yea it is pretty gross and heavy.

But I'm looking to do something a bit different with my hair this summer. Sort of want it more messy, instead of the perfect hold that Murrays gives. Not really sure what to do.
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^Interesting that's what I used too. Felt like it never actually came out. Anyway, check my post a few pages back. I prefer messy too, and like it to be moveable/touchable.
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Everyone is so happy in this pic of Ralph Lauren slapping Kanye West



also, interesting factoid for people obsessed with the cover of Unknown Pleasures: http://qz.com/346826/joy-divisions-iconic-album-cover-is-actually-based-on-a-students-chart-from-the-1970s/
Edited by pickpackpockpuck - 2/19/15 at 9:03am
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I like Sumotech, but I feel like it damages my hair even more than say Layrite, which is water based/soluable.

Stopped using Sumotech since my last jar ran out. Been using Layrite but in small portions and when hair is wet. I find that wet hair helps blend the product more and spread it in my hair (only for long hair IMO, short hair I would dry or leave damp, then, apply product). Works nicely. And I also find Layrite a lot more pliable whereas Sumotech sort of fuzzes. (How pliable it is probably depends on how much product is used.)
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I believe I was using Sumotech...or Layrite, forgot but it is about the same either product. Might grow it out more on the top. The sides right now is a #3 with a fade. I always try to get to the length like Synthese, Artishard, or Cyc wid it but end up bowing out. It's a lot of hair, a lot of maintenance in my limited experience. And not sure if long hair compliments a receding hairline \ long forehead. shog[1].gif

jfc, toasty, you do NOT have a receding hairline, or even a big forehead, if that photo is at all accurate.
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Toasty:hairline::Benes:bodyshape
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wtf is this new post shit popup at the bottom, kinda nice
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I thought I got a virus from porn again when it showed up on the right corner of my screen
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Am i the only one who promptly disabled said feature?
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I wonder what product he uses...

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Originally Posted by abam View Post





I wonder what product he uses...

I wonder how many weeks he's in waiting for his ToJ DR to show up.
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

^Interesting that's what I used too. Felt like it never actually came out. Anyway, check my post a few pages back. I prefer messy too, and like it to be moveable/touchable.

You put that Magic Move when hair is wet or dry? I'll give it a shot.
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Unrelated to fashion but i figured i'd poll the people here: does anyone have a sous vide? Any comments on it? I'm super close to pulling the trigger.
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I have two of the new Anovas. Love them, cooked all sorts of things from veggies, protein, eggs, etc. My girlfriend, who wants to start her own bakery soon and is fantastic in a kitchen, is meh about it but doesn't hate the results.
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