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Men's hairstyles - what styles are we wearing?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sds2000, May 15, 2003.

  1. sds2000

    sds2000 Member

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    I've noticed that a lot of younger people have very short hairstyles, and as a younger person myself I succumbed to a shorter style during my last haircut, but somehow I prefer my hair now when it has grown back to medium length.

    What kinds of styles are we wearing now? (please indicate age or occupation to provide context). Pictures and an indication of products used to get that look would be nice also.
     
  2. Slick

    Slick New Member

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    Age: 28
    Job: Capital Markets Consultant
    Hairstyle: always Brylcreem (backwards or sideways)
     
  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Age: 28
    Occupation: Recent Ph.D. Academic researcher.
    Hair: About 1/8 of an inch from scalp - the convenience and clean look of a shaved head without the stigma.
     
  4. mbc

    mbc Senior member

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    Age: 22
    Occupation: Programmer/Analyst
    Hairstyle: More or less the same as LA Guy. Tends to vary between 1/8 and 1/4 of an inch. My hair doesn't ever do what I want it to do, so that was my last resort.
     
  5. European Interloper

    European Interloper Senior member

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    Occupation: Script writer and novelist.
    Age: 25
    Haircut: Long hair held back using the fabulous 'Supremo Magic Move Light': no residue, soft hair, full hold and volume.
     
  6. cristobal

    cristobal Well-Known Member

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    I've finally given up fighting my hair. It's medium length, very wavy, somewhat curly. I just run some Sebastian Buff waxless pomade through it with my fingers, then leave it alone.
     
  7. Stu

    Stu Senior member

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    Age: 37 Occupation: Newspaper Editor Style: Formerly a combover and now a follicle-challenged straight comback aided by propecia [​IMG]
     
  8. ajpthng03

    ajpthng03 Member

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    does propecia work?
     
  9. Stu

    Stu Senior member

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    I don't really know if it does. I really don't care that much, but I wouldn't mind growing some hair back, so I started taking it a couple of months ago. At this stage of my life I would look ridiculous with a thick mane as I have been thin for so long now.
     

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