Roger Federer's Hair

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  1. JR'85

    JR'85 Member

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    No homo - The guy has great hair.

    Anyone know what product(s) to use to get that kind of clumpy/piecey tousled look? I have a similar style/length but only achieve this look after ~3-4 days of not washing my hair. There's got to be an easier (and more hygienic) way.

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  3. Don Carlos

    Don Carlos In Time Out

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    No homo - The guy has great hair.

    Anyone know what product(s) to use to get that kind of clumpy/piecey tousled look? I have a similar style/length but only achieve this look after ~3-4 days of not washing my hair. There's got to be an easier (and more hygienic) way.

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    You need to have the right hair for this look. Is yours naturally wavy / tously as is? If you've got straight hair, nothing short of a shit-ton of grease -- accumulated from not washing your hair -- is going to get you anywhere close.
     


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    It is a photo shoot so I compare this to the commercials of Fast Food that look so appetizing then when you order it, it's gross.

    Not that I am saying Federer is gross, but that it is a photo shoot so it looks unnaturally perfect. It does look nice.
     


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    kevin murphys night.rider matte paste
     


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