The Official Hair Thread

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by APK, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. Crissco

    Crissco Member

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    Just posted a thread, before I saw this one. Figured ide post it here too.

    Basically...Cant think of a haircut to get . Got a 5 finger forehead...im sick of the flip in front. Been doing it for years. Any new ideas on hair styles that will fit me?

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  2. stjoad

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    I think you should grow it out a few months and see how it looks. You might just need a long fringe to work with.
     


  3. randomax

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    So I found these instructions online for that hairstyle:

    Apply a small dollop of curl-enhancing mousse onto damp hair. Attach a diffuser onto your blow dryer and slowly dry your hair with low heat. Once dry, spritz with a hairspray and slightly pat the curls down with your hands.

    Haven't tried it yet.
     


  4. Crissco

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    I tired that didnt look to good, especially when its dry. I look the best with the side of my head shaved and the top medium length
     


  5. willpower

    willpower Senior member

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    Then you've got your answer. Sometimes no change is the best option.
     


  6. Crissco

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    Too bad i decided to shave my whole head a 1 last night bc it was 2 late to get a haircut lol..Takes some getting used to...

    Prolly right bro, Fade on the sides then spiked up def looks the best on me..thanks
     


  7. the_drizzle

    the_drizzle Senior member

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    You can also just spike your hair differently if you want some change. Perhaps use a different styling product to add more texture.
     


  8. Crissco

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    Any products u suggest? I usually use axe paste(Favorite) and g2b glued.
     


  9. the_drizzle

    the_drizzle Senior member

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    Try American Crew Fiber. Strong hold, matte finish, and keeps hair pliable.
     


  10. Crissco

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    Ill give it a shot bro, thanks
     


  11. Jobz

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    Any recommendations for someone who has a baby face with thick and wavy hair?
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  12. thats.mana

    thats.mana Senior member

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    I completely forgot about donating, thanks for reminding me although I'm finding it hard to part with the hair now.

    The pomp video ain't that bad.
     


  13. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Senior member

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    Approximate age? It looks better pulled back, meaning it's too long in front. Also, it is too long around the ears.
     


  14. WCMiG

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    Hi guys, looking for some advice. I'll come clean and admit I'm recovering from the faux-hawk phase... I know, I know. But I just got into fashion, and at least I'm correcting it now! I'm looking for some advice on what to do next. Here are the essentials regarding my hair and its behavior:

    - BLOND, like very blond, and I understand that limits my options
    - Relatively straight, which really likes to stick up in the front due to years and years of training it that way
    - Naturally grows to the right for some reason, but with product I can get it to do anything really
    - Not particularly oily or dry; pretty "normal"
    - Currently about a number 3 or 4 on the sides, fade to 3-4 inches on the top (like I said, faux-hawk... HELP!)
    - In general, I prefer to wear it short but I'd be willing to grow it to medium length if it looks good

    I have a square jaw but not extremely pronounced, and a bit of a larger forehead. I've been told I look like Daniel Craig with slightly softer features. Any advice, tips, haircut recommendations or anything like that would be really appreciated. Thanks!
     


  15. Kwix

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    Does anyone know if there are stylists who can advise you on hairstyles to suit your face shape and hair type? If so, will they also tell you how to maintain it?

    Hair is one thing I am completely and totally ignorant about. I've had long hair for most of my life and I'm getting to the point now where I need to work in professional environments in hospitals/clinics. To do that in most places, I think, the hair is going to have to go. I just don't know what style I should replace it with.

    If anyone has an answer to my questions or a style suggestion, I'd love to hear it. If you can't tell from the pictures, my hair is thin and wavy/almost curly. I have no idea how to describe my face shape. Thanks.

    Edit: My girlfriend is insistent that my hair be medium length, not short. It doesn't matter to me, really, as long as it looks decent and I can be taken seriously in a work context.

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