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


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ajm
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144 posts since 21/11/08

14 Apr 2015 21:07
Remember to only use the tiniest bit of murrays, too much makes the hair go from normal/workable to sticky/greasy real quick
Mr.X.
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2809 posts since 23/6/13

14 Apr 2015 22:44
This modern era Mob looks so serious and pensive compared with the carefree long haired version of the past.
OnlyOneStop
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2813 posts since 3/8/08

5 May 2015 13:59
Anyone know of a good hairdressers/barber in Camden/Chalk Farm? Cheers
MerciBeau
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4324 posts since 7/7/06

5 May 2015 14:55
panda_693 wrote:
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.

If you order a coffee ask for a cock-a-ccino
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

5 May 2015 15:58
MerciBeau wrote:
panda_693 wrote:
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.

If you order a coffee ask for a cock-a-ccino

+1 for sharps, no idea about the cock a ccino Laughing out loud
swiftus
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729 posts since 1/7/09

26 May 2015 13:29
Any recommendations for barbers in east London (zones 1 or 2), up to £20? Or is that wishful thinking?
joeyjojo
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3911 posts since 24/8/06

26 May 2015 15:17
Huwendeki by Cambridge Heath is decent and 24£. Ask for the young guy from Barking - think it's Sam he's amazing

Or just down the road is the walk in place which charges 10 or maybe 13 now. You have to queue but again the hairdressers are really good and do exactly as you ask.

Or rocket in shoreditch, again you have to queue and they think they're the saviours of the world but still decent enough
RickRude
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3254 posts since 13/1/12

6 Jul 2015 13:10
I asked this a couple months back - 100% - looks good tho

spitfiredealer
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1990 posts since 12/6/10

7 Jul 2015 20:25
What products do people with longer hair use? Growing my hair and need something to keep it under control
Superprecise
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2039 posts since 16/7/11

posted 7 Jul 2015 21:13, edited 7 Jul 2015 21:13
I've been using Pomp & Co hair cream for messy and Layrite Superhold pomade for slick. Both water-based and very very good.
spitfiredealer
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1990 posts since 12/6/10

7 Jul 2015 21:45
Cheers copped the Layrite
illwill
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3485 posts since 17/5/04

2 Sep 2015 20:30
Experimenting having my hair a bit longer. Can just about tuck it behind my ears at the moment.

It always looks best a couple of days after washing and a couple of days before I'm forced to wash it again.

Is there a product out there that emulates a couple of days of oil and grime?
spitfiredealer
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1990 posts since 12/6/10

2 Sep 2015 20:39
I am exactly the same. I am using vo5 Matt clay which kinda adds a bit of "grime" to it.
Sumbeam
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794 posts since 27/1/11

2 Sep 2015 20:59
illwill wrote: Experimenting having my hair a bit longer. Can just about tuck it behind my ears at the moment.

It always looks best a couple of days after washing and a couple of days before I'm forced to wash it again.

Is there a product out there that emulates a couple of days of oil and grime?
Have you tried using a 'grooming spray'? I've used Layrite personally, it adds a bit of texture and makes it feel like it does after a couple of days of not washing it.
MoB
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36607 posts since 31/8/04

3 Sep 2015 17:30
You'll cream yourself looking at these pics rick
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3221138/Windswept-Mark-Wright-struggles-contain-quiff-bad-hair-day.html
oldgregg
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6271 posts since 13/4/02

3 Sep 2015 18:17
illwill wrote: Experimenting having my hair a bit longer. Can just about tuck it behind my ears at the moment.

It always looks best a couple of days after washing and a couple of days before I'm forced to wash it again.

Is there a product out there that emulates a couple of days of oil and grime?

Hm fibre wax, cheap as chips. Gone through most products and this does the trick imo.
RickRude
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3254 posts since 13/1/12

3 Sep 2015 18:48

Looks like Sid Owen lol - seriously though how has he gone from having a jagged hairline with a little side bit to cover up his receding…….to a luxurious straight hairline free flowing. Even on celeb jungle he wore a fucking bandana to cover his dodgy hairline.

Ps I have enough hair for two people on my head.
Mr.X.
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2809 posts since 23/6/13

3 Sep 2015 19:01
Pics or it's not true.
RickRude
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3254 posts since 13/1/12

3 Sep 2015 19:13
Fuck off freak
Mr.X.
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2809 posts since 23/6/13

posted 4 Sep 2015 05:16, edited 4 Sep 2015 05:16
okay baldy. Congratulations on mastering alliteration and constant use of the words fucking, fuck and cunt (does this man with no hair know any other words?), perhaps commas and semicolons will come.