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post #886 of 1224
so i need a haircut badly.

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this is the cut i really want(pic taken from SuFu). can anyone tell me if it would work with my head shape? i have a stupid whirl thing at the back of my head where the parting ends.
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post #887 of 1224

it should work great!

 

as for the whirl, little bit of product and holding it down in place while u blow dry should tame the beast.
 

post #888 of 1224
The company I work for (Thermafuse, in salon only) has an awesome product called tac and another called Formatte, both are amazing for control and definition.
post #889 of 1224
Have anyone used Baxter Of California product? I'm thinking of getting the clay pomade and daily moisturizer. And how does the clay pomade compare to Uppercut clay pomade?
post #890 of 1224
Avoid bsxter
post #891 of 1224
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Originally Posted by hipster View Post

so i need a haircut badly.

this is me: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
yEBZVT5h.jpg


this is the cut i really want(pic taken from SuFu). can anyone tell me if it would work with my head shape? i have a stupid whirl thing at the back of my head where the parting ends.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
uQ9IXeu.jpg

I also got a big  whirl right where the parting ends by the top / back of my head. Just leave a little more length up top and you'll most be fine. Whirls only cause me problem when the hair is cut very short, making the hair around the whirl poof out. Keep some more length and the weight of the hair will do its job.

 

I'd also say that the haircut would look better if it wasn't as aggressive and short. I like to keep my top around 3" with the bangs just a bit longer and make the sides gradually taper to very short around the ears. Keeping more length makes the haircut a lot less risky, since it doesn't expose your head shape as much. You can always make adjustments next time you get it cut.

post #892 of 1224
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post


I'd also say that the haircut would look better if it wasn't as aggressive and short. I like to keep my top around 3" with the bangs just a bit longer and make the sides gradually taper to very short around the ears.

heh, this is exactly what i usually do. im tempted to get it super short on the sides because it looks cool when it connects to beard.
post #893 of 1224
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heh, this is exactly what i usually do. im tempted to get it super short on the sides because it looks cool when it connects to beard.

Ok.

I think super short sides work best if you've got thick wavy, curly or any kind of movement in your hair that presses it down on the scalp. My hair is not very thick and is completely straight with no movement at all, so when I cut it very short on the sides the hairs tend to stand right out. Not a very good look since you can see through the hairs and in to the scalp.

post #894 of 1224
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Avoid bsxter

I use the clay pomade and think its fine, why the hate?
post #895 of 1224

Anyone have any hair style suggestions for guys with widows peaks? I'm looking for something professional (no mullets or mohawks). 

post #896 of 1224

Soo i've let my hair grow out for awhile now and it's pretty long but it's really un manageable (even after getting rid of the dry problem). I wanna keep it long but I need some suggestions. I was thinking pretty much getting it  short on the sides (not buzz, just scissors) and back but long on top (especially the bangs, large forehead :P) but idk how it will look with my wavy thick hair. I was considering getting them to thin it with thinning shears but idk how it would look considering a do have  a larger forehead. No picture, but just remember thick and wavy lol. 
 

post #897 of 1224
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Originally Posted by Acoustic View Post

Soo i've let my hair grow out for awhile now and it's pretty long but it's really un manageable (even after getting rid of the dry problem). I wanna keep it long but I need some suggestions. I was thinking pretty much getting it  short on the sides (not buzz, just scissors) and back but long on top (especially the bangs, large forehead :P) but idk how it will look with my wavy thick hair. I was considering getting them to thin it with thinning shears but idk how it would look considering a do have  a larger forehead. No picture, but just remember thick and wavy lol. 

 

quality post right here... facepalm.gif
post #898 of 1224

Hey how's it going?

I made a post around a week ago but didn't get any response, so Ill try for a quick question this time.

Can anyone give me their input on what my face shape is?

When I figure that out Ill go out and look for some hairstyles that fit it :D
Any help is greatly appreciated

 

post #899 of 1224
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Originally Posted by Ozzie831 View Post

Hey how's it going?
I made a post around a week ago but didn't get any response, so Ill try for a quick question this time.
Can anyone give me their input on what my face shape is?
When I figure that out Ill go out and look for some hairstyles that fit it biggrin.gif

Any help is greatly appreciated





Oval face. Maybe keep the top length the same and go buzz cut short on the sides and back. Drastic change
Edited by bmathe02 - 2/28/13 at 6:54pm
post #900 of 1224

Hey. Now I have had the same haircut for quite a while now and I have a particular one I like. I have this picture and I was hoping you kind people could possibly advice me on how to possibly do this step by step. Before I give the link I will say that my hair is quite thin and straight with slight wave or curves at the end, very much like his in the picture and I would also like to point out his hair looks some what thick unlike mine and how would I then get the same look as someone with thick hair.

 

 

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please include, products needed, order in which steps I do first, The length I should have on my hair in detail and any kind of particular tools to do so eg, comb, brush, straightner etc

Cheers Gus :)

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