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


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Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

19 Jul 2011 09:45
I_Love_LFC wrote: I haven't cut my hair since 23rd December, going for the Andy Carroll obviously.
you got that wire hair that never grows past youre ears or nape in your neck. no chance.
go for the crop.
maximus
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1798 posts since 13/7/06

25 Jul 2011 19:20
fukers with medium to long hair could you recommend me a decent shampoo/conditioner plus some decent styling products, would like something with decent hold matte finish. I'm checking out bumble and bumble stuff but have no idea what to get really…. any help appreciated.
stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

25 Jul 2011 19:27
Best haircuts I've had are have been from going to the same guy a few times in a row, who remembers what you get and you can just make the odd change to it. Had my hair cut last week and it's not quite right cos my usual guy wasn't in.

£15, since we're discussing it.
Pauly
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1910 posts since 1/1/10

25 Jul 2011 19:28
^Aveda men pure-formance shampoo and conditioner. Styling depends on what type hair you got.
Pauly
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1910 posts since 1/1/10

25 Jul 2011 19:32
Farrell wrote: Best haircuts I've had are have been from going to the same guy a few times in a row, who remembers what you get and you can just make the odd change to it. Had my hair cut last week and it's not quite right cos my usual guy wasn't in.

£15, since we're discussing it.

I've only just worked this out too. My hairdresser of many years I felt was getting lazy and out of touch. Recent guy I've had past couple of times has tweeked it a little each time as you say. Nearly at Nivrana in terms of my hair now (no Kurt Cobain).
freshflow
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2723 posts since 9/6/09

25 Jul 2011 19:33
Master wrote: thinking of a new hair cut, have had this for couple of years now.

anyone got suggestion? would like something similar steez. just kind of bored

Slicked back, 50's style. I've got mine like this at the moment and best cut I've had in years, a little bit more interesting that medium length messy/spiked:
Pauly
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1910 posts since 1/1/10

25 Jul 2011 19:36
^Doesn't it mess up in the wind and have to loogie in your hand to grease it back to perfection.
maximus
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1798 posts since 13/7/06

25 Jul 2011 19:57
Pauly wrote: ^Aveda men pure-formance shampoo and conditioner. Styling depends on what type hair you got.

Cheers man I'll check that out, my hair's really straight and gets fairly thick……
Master
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2839 posts since 1/10/03

25 Jul 2011 20:50
freshflow wrote:
Master wrote: thinking of a new hair cut, have had this for couple of years now.

anyone got suggestion? would like something similar steez. just kind of bored

Slicked back, 50's style. I've got mine like this at the moment and best cut I've had in years, a little bit more interesting that medium length messy/spiked:

Do have mine quite short when i cut it, prob about same length but not as high up and step not as obvious. Like it though Ubercool
aitch
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8925 posts since 19/8/07

28 Jul 2011 15:36
Does anyone know of a good place for a cut in Brighton? I'm there tomorrow morning with some spare time but don't know where's good.
pops
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4316 posts since 2/9/09

16 Aug 2011 19:41
thinking of getting haircut @ Murdock Shoreditch.Can anyone recommend ? Ta

Best
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9976 posts since 21/10/05

16 Aug 2011 22:02
i go to the liberty and mayfair branches regularly and i would highly recommend them
pops
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4316 posts since 2/9/09

17 Aug 2011 09:00
Best wrote: i go to the liberty and mayfair branches regularly and i would highly recommend them

Thanks Best, have tried Libery's,decent enough haircut, nice fella, terrible breath so couldn't go back Laughing out loud
Von Sextron
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462 posts since 30/6/08

8 Sep 2011 14:48
anyone tried sea salt spray? obligatory (nohomo)
LFC
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5968 posts since 14/6/11

8 Sep 2011 17:04
Are headbands acceptable whilst growing your hair?
MoB
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37347 posts since 31/8/04

8 Sep 2011 17:17
playing football, going to the gym and sporting activities yes. Otherwise, no. That's coming from someone who's had long hair for about 10 years.
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

8 Sep 2011 17:23
I would say headbands are never acceptable when playing football. Don't care what premiership or la liga players think it is.
MoB
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37347 posts since 31/8/04

8 Sep 2011 17:26
CovOne wrote: I would say headbands are never acceptable when playing football. Don't care what premiership or la liga players think it is.

It's either that or not be able to see, so…..
yellowpages
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2120 posts since 11/6/10

8 Sep 2011 17:31
Von Sextron wrote: anyone tried sea salt spray? obligatory (nohomo)

My bro swears by it but IMO it gives your hair quite a dry voluminous look, I prefer something that looks a little sleeker.
LFC
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5968 posts since 14/6/11

8 Sep 2011 17:35
Normal day to day then MoB, what did you find as the best way to keep it out of your face?