General Discussion: Hair.. Hair Styles, Hair Gels, Waxes, Shampoos & Combs. The Anything Hair Thread


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deuce
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13666 posts since 21/1/08

20 Jan 2015 00:58
i went blonde n all
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

20 Jan 2015 01:11
Bleached the missus's from dark brown to that, takes a lot of time and ruins the condition. Toyed with the idea years ago and my hairdresser refused to do it for fear of trashing my hair.
burny
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5788 posts since 25/5/06

20 Jan 2015 07:37
My missus bleaches her hair and her hairdressers told her about an American product that will get to that stage in one go. It's illegal over here though, as it has something in it that's banned over here. It can apparently also recondition overly bleached hair. Can be bought online. Will find out the name.
deuce
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13666 posts since 21/1/08

20 Jan 2015 09:29
if i hear one more story or mention of double D's bird, im going to shit
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

20 Jan 2015 11:18
Another word for my banned list fml

Heat speeds the bleaching process up too
Mike Hunt
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1671 posts since 6/6/03

20 Jan 2015 11:30
Bleached blonde hair looks the bollocks if you got the right style to go with it, gets you bare clunge as well.
Goldie
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4601 posts since 17/10/07

20 Jan 2015 11:51
Yep phil neville is still beating em off
deuce
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13666 posts since 21/1/08

20 Jan 2015 12:00
got a lot of attention in clubs, you're lit up like a lightbulb, literally.
Mike Hunt
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1671 posts since 6/6/03

20 Jan 2015 12:20
Goldie wrote: Yep phil neville is still beating em off
Dats highlights doe fam. Complete different ball game. Cunts hair do and beats crumpet off.
YLAup
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5140 posts since 5/9/11

20 Jan 2015 14:12
You'll be beating the twinks off as well
Mike Hunt
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1671 posts since 6/6/03

20 Jan 2015 14:19
Yeah can be a bit of a minefield bit if you act straight the bummers know you just being cool. Might be a reason the crumpet get attracted to it cos the gheyers do.
toin
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1690 posts since 1/4/13

20 Jan 2015 14:29
Cheers, really expected to get cunted off for asking Cool
Will go and ask professional to see what they think as well and then probably do it.
Double D
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3552 posts since 8/3/07

20 Jan 2015 15:43
http://www.superdrug.com/Palmer's/Palmer's-Coconut-Oil-Formula-Protein-Pack-60g/p/335250

You'll probably want some of this stuff too, Sally's is a good place to visit for advice and all the stuff if you diy it
fudge.dredd
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677 posts since 15/12/12

20 Jan 2015 23:51
doomedyouth wrote: you still live at home.

you come across dim, that journalism degree will get you far in life Cool

oh and


its like a 12 year old has tried to grow a beard pixie ears Laughing out loud


David De Gea, anyone?
gawkrodger
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7495 posts since 4/11/08

21 Jan 2015 00:07
any recommendations for somewhere in central london (ideally covent garden/soho/bloomsbury/fitrovia area) for a haircut and beard trim. Up to about £40-50 (but will happily pay less!)
THE GUV'NOR
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3279 posts since 4/5/04

21 Jan 2015 07:53
Hanz De Fukos Claymation delivered yesterday great clay hold with a slight wax element! doesnt hold in the hair like most of the clay products
not sure if anyone else has used it
illwill
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3595 posts since 17/5/04

21 Jan 2015 11:46
gawkrodger wrote: any recommendations for somewhere in central london (ideally covent garden/soho/bloomsbury/fitrovia area) for a haircut and beard trim. Up to about £40-50 (but will happily pay less!)

Students these daysLaughing out loud
panda_693
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706 posts since 23/8/10

21 Jan 2015 12:12
gawkrodger wrote: any recommendations for somewhere in central london (ideally covent garden/soho/bloomsbury/fitrovia area) for a haircut and beard trim. Up to about £40-50 (but will happily pay less!)

Sharps on windmill st, £26 full cut and very good for me every time, no exp with beard trim but think its around £15 or so.
jwool
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2684 posts since 16/2/10

5 Mar 2015 17:46
Anyone recommend any good products for holding medium length hair? Using Fudge right now but it seems like it's making my hair grainy.
Sumbeam
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804 posts since 27/1/11

5 Mar 2015 18:15
I'd recommend Reuzel 'Red' pomade or Layrite 'Ultra Hold'
Water soluble, so wash out easy and have a solid hold through the day!