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Hair styling advice

joe

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Yes, I want my hair to look like James Dean. Â And yes, I need some advice to carry it out. I would appreciate any advice on how to "achieve" the hairstyle in the following pictures. Â Any product recomendations on how to get the hair to be brushed back into shape without having a greasy look? Thanks.
 

Renwick

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Well it depends on what type of hair you have if you can even do it but if you have the right type of hair (Thick and straight) you can use pomade or a mixture of pomade and gel/hair spray(if your hair is trained to be a different style). Also you may have to do your hair mored than once a day to keep it from falling down into a big mess- at least until your hair "learns" the style.
 

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