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post #661 of 1173
Yea I have been doing it twice...once after I put in my stay in conditioner...then I comb to the side and back and put pomade in...then more drying. Last step is the fiber.
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Ordered two kent brushes icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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what should I use for really hard hair? as in, even with a decent product, i still can't achieve a side part.

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What does everyone think of this guys haircut?
post #665 of 1173
I call that the douchebag bro haircut.
post #666 of 1173
My hair is similar to his, in that I have a widows peak and fine hair but it's not receding. Any style you'd recommend?
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The old guy's to the left of him in the photo.
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Idk nothing is wrong with that haircut imo.
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I'm looking to change hair style to something similar to matt bomber's side part. any suggestions for product or just general advise on it?

 

 

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post #670 of 1173

upload it as a "picture" instead of choosing "attachment" and forcing us to download it to get any help

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What does everyone think of this guys haircut?

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I call that the douchebag bro haircut.

I don't think it's that bad. Not in the business world but if he is in undergrad sure why not.
post #672 of 1173
So, what does everyone think about leave-in conditioners?

I have very thick, mostly straight hair (slight wave in it), and leave-in conditioner seems to make it softer but I'm not sure if it there's any real benefit to using such a product.
post #673 of 1173
Booth,

Have you ordered from kent brushes online store?

How long does it typically take for delivery?
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So, what does everyone think about leave-in conditioners?
I have very thick, mostly straight hair (slight wave in it), and leave-in conditioner seems to make it softer but I'm not sure if it there's any real benefit to using such a product.

I think leave in conditioners are the way to go. Much better than rinse out stuff.
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Booth,
Have you ordered from kent brushes online store?
How long does it typically take for delivery?

I've only bought them in a shop here in New York. They are coming from the U.K. so I would think it takes a while. If they sent via Royal Mail you will probably get them in 3 months.
post #675 of 1173
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