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post #541 of 1083
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Don't confuse salon with Supercuts. Place like that aren't an option. I am saying high end salon. You don't want to know how much I pay for haircuts.

you know I have to ask now

how much do you pay?

I paid 50 USD last time I went to what I considered a high end saloon.
post #542 of 1083
by the way, I hate your hair. I keep looking at the picture you posted and wish I could do the same. frown.gif
post #543 of 1083
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

by the way, I hate your hair. I keep looking at the picture you posted and wish I could do the same. frown.gif

Dude don't be a pussy japanese straightening! smile.gif
post #544 of 1083
yeah I am leaning towards it now, do you get it done?

answer my question!!!! smile.gif

how much time do you spend on your hair in the am?
post #545 of 1083
Best product for hair-layrite
Best place to get a haircut-classic barbershop
post #546 of 1083
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

yeah I am leaning towards it now, do you get it done?
answer my question!!!! smile.gif
how much time do you spend on your hair in the am?

No, I don't get it done, but I don't have crimpy-ish hair like you. If I did, I would get it done. No cut is going to change how your hair is.

I spend about 5-7 minutes.
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Originally Posted by Aeneas View Post

Best product for hair-layrite
Best place to get a haircut-classic barbershop

I disagree.
post #547 of 1083
Okay, I am going to try the comb over one more time and then I will try straightening.

You may have answered this already, when I straighten my hair is it going to become dry and rough?

The question I was referring to was about the cost of your haircut. smile.gif
Edited by CalTex - 8/6/12 at 5:41am
post #548 of 1083
Will it be dry and rough? Most likely. You will have to use a conditioner. But so what? Put it product and forget about it.
post #549 of 1083
Time to grow out my mane, again.

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Now I'm back on the hunt for a stylist in Houston. lol
post #550 of 1083
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

yeah I am leaning towards it now, do you get it done?
answer my question!!!! smile.gif
how much time do you spend on your hair in the am?

No, I don't get it done, but I don't have crimpy-ish hair like you. If I did, I would get it done. No cut is going to change how your hair is.

I spend about 5-7 minutes.
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Originally Posted by Aeneas View Post

Best product for hair-layrite
Best place to get a haircut-classic barbershop

I disagree.

Why? If I may ask do you disagree?
post #551 of 1083
Read back in this thread and you will know why.
post #552 of 1083

You guys seem to know a lot about hair, and i have had this problem for quite a while. I am trying to grow the flow (Long Hair with lots of waves and slight curls)

 

The problem is, i have pin straight hair that kind of looks like this.

 

400

 

I am trying to get this look below, with long shoulder length hair that is very volumized and wavy.

 

700

 

something like this ^ or this below

 

700

 

i really like this guys hair ^ because that is exactly the way i want it to be.

 

I have gotten a few tips from people like braiding my hair when it is wet or try using a straightner to create waves. But i'm not sure that would help considering my hair is pin straight.

post #553 of 1083
I see maybe I should rephrase, I don't mean the classic barbershop you see now, where it is some untrained old man/women. I am talking about places that are similar to the ones in this link. http://www.details.com/style-advice/grooming/201206/best-barbershops-in-the-usa. Unless that is what you were referring to in your previous post, then ignore me...
post #554 of 1083
Ladies ladies ladies we should focus on what's important, finding Cal a barber/stylist in Houston.

Preferably one that does not charge 500 USD (I'm not pbooth).
post #555 of 1083
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Ladies ladies ladies we should focus on what's important, finding Cal a barber/stylist in Houston.
Preferably one that does not charge 500 USD (I'm not pbooth).

I suggest you move to New York City.
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