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post #1156 of 1163
The control did get better once I found the right amount. I now use around two half-full fingertips of it (not one full fingertips at once). I get the strays standing out after the first application, but got the full form, and finish with another round to keep the form and tame the strays. I also found out that it has amazing natural shine when you add a little coconut oil as a topper. Seriously, my hair never looked so good without any sign of wetness or being overly slick. Just good, natural shine showing off the nuances of colour my hair has. I've now decided that I like it.

Downside: my girlfriend thinks it's too sticky. musicboohoo[1].gif
post #1157 of 1163
Found a place that looked promising to get my hair cut in dc. 60-75 for a men's cut wtf is that
post #1158 of 1163
That sounds normal.
post #1159 of 1163
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

That sounds normal.

Really?

Most for a barber I paid in Boston was 40 and that's when I had a job. I could go to this place but I'd have to spread it over 6 weeks instead of 4. That graduate assistant check isn't exactly my old check which wasn't great to begin with.

But I guess being in business school and expected to go to social interactions with potential employers every week might end up as an investment...

The hair game in my program is pretty on point...I've always had the best hair growing up so I need to keep up.
post #1160 of 1163
I follow patrickBOOTH's advice and used the Dr Bronner's Shikakai rinse and Citrus rinse/conditioner. This morning was the first day. Will report back with more deets.
post #1161 of 1163
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post


Really?

Most for a barber I paid in Boston was 40 and that's when I had a job. I could go to this place but I'd have to spread it over 6 weeks instead of 4. That graduate assistant check isn't exactly my old check which wasn't great to begin with.

But I guess being in business school and expected to go to social interactions with potential employers every week might end up as an investment...

The hair game in my program is pretty on point...I've always had the best hair growing up so I need to keep up.

 

Go to Razor's barbershop by Porter Square.

 

Trust me. 

post #1162 of 1163
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Go to Razor's barbershop by Porter Square.

Trust me. 

I live in dc now. Thanks though
post #1163 of 1163
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post


I live in dc now. Thanks though

 

Change your location :p

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