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post #571 of 1173
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Originally Posted by bmathe02 View Post


They will be able to help but you would need to go in when your hair is longer then what you desire. They will be able to cut the shape right and then show which hardware and software you need to achieve this look. Just know it will never look as good as some one with thicker wavy hair to begin with.

 

So if i went in, i would need to get my hair cut and than styled? not sure how that would be done.

 

my friend told me that there are shampoos and conditioners that will help me create that wavy look itself, is this true?

 

anyways im going to wait a bit until lax season anyways, because i probably wont spend 50 dollars on something that wont look the same in a couple of months

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Not true, they can style it so it will look well when it grows out.
Also, about the helmet taking off thing. I don't know, but I have a feeling it will look gross and matted to your sweaty face.

The long hair out of the helmet should look like the guy on the left

 

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post #572 of 1173
Curls love moisture. Anything moisturizing will make your hair thicker and enhance any waves.
post #573 of 1173
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Curls love moisture. Anything moisturizing will make your hair thicker and enhance any waves.

Why cant I have soft straight hair like I had in elementary school? I have similar hair to you, but slightly more thick and frizzy. I have been doing alot to try to make it work while being longer than it usually is.
post #574 of 1173
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

Why cant I have soft straight hair like I had in elementary school? I have similar hair to you, but slightly more thick and frizzy. I have been doing alot to try to make it work while being longer than it usually is.

I don't think you realize how thick and frizzy hair hair actually is. This is what I am going to do. When I wake up tomorrow, before I style my hair I am going to take a photo to show this thread what my hair naturally looks like. You will all be amazed.
post #575 of 1173
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I don't think you realize how thick and frizzy hair hair actually is. This is what I am going to do. When I wake up tomorrow, before I style my hair I am going to take a photo to show this thread what my hair naturally looks like. You will all be amazed.

Ill do the same i plan on running after work tonight so I will comb it back and let it dry naturally...My hair looks 5 times thicker without product in it, and if my hair gets dry at all game over no matter what I use.

I cant decide if I want to go from side part to pushed all the way back..The sides are getting out of control thick. Something needs to be done soon.
post #576 of 1173
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


I don't think you realize how thick and frizzy hair hair actually is. This is what I am going to do. When I wake up tomorrow, before I style my hair I am going to take a photo to show this thread what my hair naturally looks like. You will all be amazed.

 

If I don't do shit to my hair I have a quasi-fro. Like, all my hair stands straight off my head like someone electrocuted a dirty cotton ball.

post #577 of 1173
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Curls love moisture. Anything moisturizing will make your hair thicker and enhance any waves.

 



my hair is so straight i don't know if this would work.

 

what kind of conditioner/shampoo would you reccomend though?

post #578 of 1173

Hey guys I'm new to this forum and I want to achieve this hair style. Call me old style but I'm digging this 1979 pop look. Anybody have any tips? 700

post #579 of 1173
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Originally Posted by AsianLax0 View Post

So if i went in, i would need to get my hair cut and than styled? not sure how that would be done.

my friend told me that there are shampoos and conditioners that will help me create that wavy look itself, is this true?

anyways im going to wait a bit until lax season anyways, because i probably wont spend 50 dollars on something that wont look the same in a couple of months
The long hair out of the helmet should look like the guy on the left


Shampoo makers make a lot of claims that only work for some. My own hair regardless of the kind of shampoo will always comes out a dry, thick, frizzy, poof ball. My hair NEEDS its own natural oils so I shampoo once a week only.

I would try the "sexy big hair" line up of products, get the shampoo and conditioner but also in particular the powder play boost. If those work you can always buy into their styling products.
post #580 of 1173

Hey guys I'm new here and I was wondering how I could get my hair to look like this, call me old fashioned but I'm digging this 1979 look. 700

post #581 of 1173
I'd like to achieve a haircut similiar to this


The barber I go to has done a good job cutting the hair accordingly, but my hair is pretty thick and heavy, so it always falls into my face which does look bad.
I want my hair to look as naturally as possible, not wet or treated with gel after all.
What kind of product should I use to support my hair to stay in place?
post #582 of 1173
Ok, just to show people what can be done with the right cut and the right product and the right application techniques. This is my hair when I get out of the shower and comb it straight back and let it air dry:

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This is using Lush's The Big Tease after a towel dry, combing straight back, many times throughout preparing my morning routine, then after it is fully dried (about 15 minutes) running my hand through it to break up the "gelled" look of it.

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post #583 of 1173
what kind of comb do you use? I need a solid one ive been using a brush for awhile...the kind with those micro balls on the end.
post #584 of 1173
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

I'd like to achieve a haircut similiar to this


The barber I go to has done a good job cutting the hair accordingly, but my hair is pretty thick and heavy, so it always falls into my face which does look bad.
I want my hair to look as naturally as possible, not wet or treated with gel after all.
What kind of product should I use to support my hair to stay in place?

Can you post a picture of your hair?

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Ok, just to show people what can be done with the right cut and the right product and the right application techniques. This is my hair when I get out of the shower and comb it straight back and let it air dry: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
656c132f.jpg

This is using Lush's The Big Tease after a towel dry, combing straight back, many times throughout preparing my morning routine, then after it is fully dried (about 15 minutes) running my hand through it to break up the "gelled" look of it.

1a4a32f1.jpg

well maybe I do have hope lol. I have decided to let my hair grow and straighten it, I will post pics when I do so.
post #585 of 1173
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

what kind of comb do you use? I need a solid one ive been using a brush for awhile...the kind with those micro balls on the end.

I use this: http://www.kentbrushes.com/shopexd.asp?id=251&catid=31
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