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post #706 of 1192

Can be sticky if you use too much of it.  I usually use maybe a dime-sized amount, rub in my palms, then spread pretty evenly throughout.  I'll shape the wax after its all in there.

post #707 of 1192
my hair is thick as hell and everything that holds it is too shiny. what's a good matte product with strong hold?
post #708 of 1192
American crew molding clay.
post #709 of 1192
PB after one use I think it is safe to say the baxter clay pomade works loads better then fiber for my hair...over the next week or so I will experiment with how it works for different dampness levels. The smell is meh but I can deal with that.
post #710 of 1192
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

PB after one use I think it is safe to say the baxter clay pomade works loads better then fiber for my hair...over the next week or so I will experiment with how it works for different dampness levels. The smell is meh but I can deal with that.

Agreed.

post #711 of 1192

Any idea how you need to cut and style your hair to get the style which Brad Pitt had in Inglourious Basterds?

 

http://images.allmoviephoto.com/2009_Inglourious_Basterds/2009_inglorious_bastards_004.jpg

post #712 of 1192
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Agreed.

It is a pain to get out of your hair though...might be taking evening showers as a result of this instead of just washing my face.
post #713 of 1192
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Originally Posted by Barney Stinson View Post

Any idea how you need to cut and style your hair to get the style which Brad Pitt had in Inglourious Basterds?

http://images.allmoviephoto.com/2009_Inglourious_Basterds/2009_inglorious_bastards_004.jpg
post #714 of 1192
Just want to throw my recommendation in for Lush Dirty Hair Cream. I got it on a whim after passing by a Lush and reading about it in here and I couldn't be happier. The smell takes a little getting used to, but the hold, duration, and matte finish is great. I mess around with my hair fairly often and it retains its hold very well throughout the day.
post #715 of 1192
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

Just want to throw my recommendation in for Lush Dirty Hair Cream. I got it on a whim after passing by a Lush and reading about it in here and I couldn't be happier. The smell takes a little getting used to, but the hold, duration, and matte finish is great. I mess around with my hair fairly often and it retains its hold very well throughout the day.

I read this as you mess around with the hair fairy often...just saying.
post #716 of 1192

What products would I use to get this look? Thanks,

 

ivy leauge blowback

post #717 of 1192
baxters pomade clay or crew fiber
post #718 of 1192
For those of you that get your hair cut short, do you trim your sideburns as they grow? Do you just get a liner and edge em straight horizontally? Or do you fade them with razors? I have mine faded right now and if I don't trim routinely it looks retarded after a week.
post #719 of 1192

Thanks, would I use the same stuff for this look? Thanks again,

 

http://blog.justinchungphotography.com/post/35283309821/fuck-yeah-menswear

post #720 of 1192

Do you have any pictures of what my hair might look like if I were to say grow my hair out to my shoulders? My hair "wings-out" around the sides and back. 1000

 

Do you think I can pull off this picture?

 

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