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this is going to sound like a stupid question, but i need some help. im 31 and have had the same stupid haircut since i was 13(low cut fade). i have this cut because my hair is naturally curly and i have having curly hair. are there such things as hair style consultants? im terrible at styling hair and would like some assistance with this sort of thing.
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I would like to know what this particular hairstyle is called?

 

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Originally Posted by LeafyLi View Post

Hey guys, been lurking around for a bit in the S&D section when I found this thread.

So, in short, I"m an asian teenage male, and like most, I have dandruff. Until around a few months ago, I didn't care much about how I looked and didn't use conditioner or any shampoo. As a result, I've scratched off a good deal of hair. However, in recent months, I've started using a dandruff shampoo (head and shoulders http://tinyurl.com/cbocr52, which
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sulfate based I've found out)


However, I've found that it is not very effective, sometimes its ok and sometimes I can't stop scratching

And since it's the holiday season and I have a bit of money to spend, I have a few questions

1.Can anyone recommend me a good dandruff shampoo?
2. Should I use a dandruff shampoo in combination with regular shampoo? Conditioner? And if so what?
3. Finally, does anyone have a recommendation of a product that will help me grow back the hair I've lost? ( not sure if I need this)

Thanks in advance, and happy Thanksgiving!

Edit: So I've done a bit of research, and so far I've got

Nizoral 1%+ conditioner (no idea what kind, please help), and regular shampoo(not sure if I need)

Stop shampooing with sulfate based shampoo and as often. Scrub your scalp with your fingers.
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Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post

I'm rather curious. If I use natural or high end hair products to style my hair during the day, do I have to wash it out before I go to bed? Is it harmful if I don't? 


I'm asking because usually... I don't wash my hair at night to rinse out the products. I'm hoping that, that isn't harmful. Thanks in advance!

It isn't harmful, but some people experience mild skin breakouts from the contact of the products on their pillow getting on their face.
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Originally Posted by drkillpatient View Post

this is going to sound like a stupid question, but i need some help. im 31 and have had the same stupid haircut since i was 13(low cut fade). i have this cut because my hair is naturally curly and i have having curly hair. are there such things as hair style consultants? im terrible at styling hair and would like some assistance with this sort of thing.

You need to go to a higher end salon. Not a barber.
post #739 of 1163

Thanks for the reply PB! Appreciate the answer and help

post #740 of 1163
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Originally Posted by Alexei Bublik View Post

I would like to know what this particular hairstyle is called?




Quiff. Or a modern quiff
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Or pompador
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Edited by WinterBlues - 11/28/12 at 7:41am
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What up.  Just curious if anyone else has the same problem as me.  A few years ago my hair grew a mind of its own.  I can't seem to tame it with any product I've tried.  The very front of my bangs just curl downward once they get 1/2 inch or longer, and I'm curious if anyone has a solution to this.  My hair is really thick and fine fwiw.  If anyone who knows how to tame this beast please help.  Sorry if this double posts.  It's saying I already posted, but isn't showing...?  Newb to the forum obv.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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post #744 of 1163
Use pretty much anything to push the front up. Any hair cream/goop should do it.
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What would be a good haircut for me? What is my face shape?

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Been doing the baking soda shampoo for a while now and to be completely honest my hair feels and looks better if I don't use it and even just rinse with water. I almost want to just use regular shampoo now. If it matters I haven't washed my hair for at least 3 weeks so I doubt I haven't given it a chance to adapt or whatever.

edit: I guess to elaborate further my hair looks shaggy and dry. With just water it looks shiny (in a good way), holds shape better, and feels more moisturized. With shampoo and conditioner it is flat but it at least feels soft and moisturized.
Edited by wizzeak - 11/28/12 at 12:55pm
post #747 of 1163

I've tried multiple gels and product, but nothing has seemed to work on it...I don't know if it's the length, but my hair is extremely difficult.  Do you have any suggestions of a product that is basically "the best"?  Thanks

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Originally Posted by WinterBlues View Post

I've tried multiple gels and product, but nothing has seemed to work on it...I don't know if it's the length, but my hair is extremely difficult.  Do you have any suggestions of a product that is basically "the best"?  Thanks

It depends on the texture, shine, and hold you want. Regardless of how your hair is what do you want your hair to look like?
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Originally Posted by wizzeak View Post

Been doing the baking soda shampoo for a while now and to be completely honest my hair feels and looks better if I don't use it and even just rinse with water. I almost want to just use regular shampoo now. If it matters I haven't washed my hair for at least 3 weeks so I doubt I haven't given it a chance to adapt or whatever.
edit: I guess to elaborate further my hair looks shaggy and dry. With just water it looks shiny (in a good way), holds shape better, and feels more moisturized. With shampoo and conditioner it is flat but it at least feels soft and moisturized.

How often are you using the baking soda and rinse? It should be like 1 time per week, the other times just scrub your scalp with water.
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You'll have to excuse my lack of hair knowledge haha, but it's very thick and fine, so it's hard to get it to "work together".  I don't really want it to shine, but instead look like it has as little (or no) product in it, but I'll do what I have to do to make it work.  I guess I would say I want it to be along these lines:

 

 

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