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GRO YO FRO fellas!! *

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Fuck you, how about that?
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Some times I feel my barber doesn't know what the fuck they are doing. Way shorter than I wanted and all of a sudden I have waves for days.
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How do you guys remove product if you don't use shampoo? I use Gatsby moving rubber and hairspray, and I don't think conditioner is enough to get it out. Do I just need to choose between product + (sulfate-free) shampoo vs. no shampoo + no product? 

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Make at home some Natural Shampoo

 

Aloe Vera/Coconut Milk
 
Mix 1/4 cup of wheat germ, 1/4 cup of aloe vera and 1/4 cup of coconut milk and use this product as a natural shampoo. Aloe vera can be purchased at drugstores and 
 
herb shops and can also be applied directly to the scalp as it will open pores on the scalp that may have previously been blocked and will allow the hair follicles to 
 
grow. The American Indians also used and continue to use several kinds of oils to promote hair growth such as emu oil, rosemary oil, and mustard oil.
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GRO YO FRO fellas!! *


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Fuck you, how about that?

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Anyone know of a good matte pomade for a sidepart?  My hair is pretty short so it needs to be a pretty strong hold if possible.

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anyone know good websites to check out different style?

I don't mean any old website... i want a focus on hair so i can click on something that will show me loads of thick wavy hairstyles that i can pick from

at the moment ive got the pompadour/james dean thing going on but im looking to switch it up

I want too :)

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Anyone know of a good matte pomade for a sidepart?  My hair is pretty short so it needs to be a pretty strong hold if possible.

Baxter clay pomade is great but some what of a pain to get out of your hair.

Ive been using a few different products from imperial and havent been as happy
post #955 of 1137

Hey everyone,

 

I had a questions regarding the short back and sides haircut.  I recently started trying this hairstyle with a specific clipper size and I haven't had any satisfaction. I usually use a 4 on the top and and a 3 on the sides and back.  Any of you guys know the ideal clipper sizes to be used? I was thinking a 5 on top and maybe a 3 on back and sides! Any feedback is appreciated

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Looking for recommendations on a product for thick, stick-straight hair. I need something with solid hold and volume, but that applies matte. Been using American Crew Fiber for years and recently, for whatever reason, it seems to just weight my hair down and make it look flat. Fuck that. I've been using hairspray to try and keep some volume, but that makes me feel like a teenage girl and gives me a shiny helmet. Fuck that.

Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by t3hg0suazn View Post

How do you guys remove product if you don't use shampoo? I use Gatsby moving rubber and hairspray, and I don't think conditioner is enough to get it out. Do I just need to choose between product + (sulfate-free) shampoo vs. no shampoo + no product? 

You have to use products (including conditioners!) that don't contain non-water soluble silicones. Otherwise you won't be able to get them out. Unfortunately, they're very common ingredients. If you've been using non-water soluble silicones, you'll have to use regular shampoo to strip them off your hair before transitioning to water soluble silicones and sulfate-free shampoo.

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Hello everyone,

 

I have a medium length haircut which I usually style with flat iron, hair wax and spray.  I made a video of how I usually style my hair, hopefully this can be helpful to some of you =)

 

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Need a short haircut. What kind of haircut do I ask for if I want a haircut similar to Jason Bourne? A long-ish crew cut? How should I specify the lengths?
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I've decided to grow out my hair, and right now, it's longer than it has been in over 20 years. My scalp is getting itchy though and I'm wondering if it's because of my hair, or what. I'm using cheap 2 in 1 shampoo/conditioner (my excuse is, since my hair is usually very short, I don't need anything fancy) - anyway, I suspect it's probably time for an upgrade. FWIW, I shampoo/condition 2x a week and take a warm shower everyday. Product is an American Crew cream and I brush everyday. I'm in my mid-20s with good hair though and lots is falling out - surprising, because everyone in my family has thick, coarse growth. Was I not made to grow long hair?

 

That may be a lot to take in. Hoping to hear your thoughts on what I should be doing and what might reduce the itching.

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