"A greaser is just white trash with long greasy hair." Bob Sheldon. Admiral makes my hair stiff as a day old corpse. Hair helmet. I mix in some railcar as well. Rinses right out.
That fits my description but not quite what I'm looking for. I guess I just the bangs to be up and to the left but not be so wet/greasy looking. Something like the pics below.
I guess I'm trying to get a slight angular fringe without it being a side part but also not being flamboyant as some of the stuff I see on the internet with the bangs having some volume. Is this too specific?
No idea how to go about getting this.
Hey, i wonder if anyone here has any advice?
I'm tempted to grow my hair out (Thinking Charlie Hunnam from sons of anarchy length or possibly long on top with short on the sides)
But i have hair that grows straight out and is very thick, im just curious if anyone has any experience growing out thick hair that grows out (Bit like a porcupine!)
Will it eventually drop to where it doesn't require crap loads of product? I currently have to use pretty strong wax and then stick a hat on for like 20 minutes to flatten it down, not very practical at times!
The first pic is towel dried and the second is just out of the shower (Can you guys tell what i mean by porcupine hair?)
The third is how i tend to wear it now, just usually a bit shorter.
Yes, it will eventually weigh it self down. Your hair is similar to mines, only lighter in color, and much much much shorter(mines is slightly past shoulder length). If that slicked back haircut from sons of anarchy is what you're referencing, or a pompadour/quiff is what you want, understand that the going about it is different for everyone based on hair texture. In your case, length is VERY necessary in order to weigh it down enough without product, but a pompadour with sides trimmed will require frequent trims for maintenance both on the side and crown area of your hair.