The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. Fluery

    Fluery Senior member

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    I think mikey looks pretty good
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    noob in 89 Senior member

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    ^^That drink should really be a Bartles & James.

    Otherwise: :slayer:


    P.S
    What the eff was that gilded antique book, man?
     
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    kgmessier Senior member

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    Oh yeah, that book was a vintage printing of Thackeray's Vanity Fair.
     
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    no man drinks that shit
     
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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    that collar is a good height for you mikey. Can't even tell if you're buttoning to the top so i don't know what this guy is on about.
     
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    thats pretty good, dunno whats the hate
     
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    he looks fine. It is summer, it is hot and people are just nit picking.


    I am ready for fall now
     
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    Man, he's never gonna live that down.
     
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    mike868y Senior member

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    any more specific suggestions? hair is one thing where I'm just kind of dumb founded. I think I need to grow out the top a bit before I can really do anything with it though.
     
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    Mikey, my advice is to get the length on the top (don't get the top cut for a couple or few months) and keep the sides shorter. Once you get the top the way you want, you could experiment with the length on the sides. Why not start looking into different hair products? Wax will give you more texture. Personally, I prefer (Paul Mitchell) sculpting foam over wax, gel, pomade, glue, etc., but am probably in the minority here. Other products don't work well with my very thick, wavy hair and it gets out of control pretty quickly. Wax works well for fine and/or straight hair, though, and d:fi wax is often considered one of the best waxes out there and better than Paul Mitchell's waxes. (Yes, I am a Paul Mitchell slut, ok.) The best advice I can give you is to buy the best products your salon carries rather than cheaping out with the shit sold in grocery/pharmacy stores.
     
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