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


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DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

9 Jun 2012 00:51
Sad
yellowpages
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2115 posts since 11/6/10

9 Jun 2012 01:01
The colour is a perfect match for the Man Utd keeper top too Laughing out loud
shields88
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387 posts since 25/5/11

9 Jun 2012 02:29
don't know whether anyone can help as i doubt anyone has the same problem as me. i have very thick hair, but also have 2 cow licks. one on either side of my fringe. i normally just brush my hair to the side, but as im growing my hair its harder to keep it in place as it looks like i have greasy hair if i put any product on. anyone know of any product that is pretty strong but wont look greasy? tried red dax wax but its an absolute bitch to get out
Seventyfour
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8777 posts since 6/10/05

9 Jun 2012 08:03
American crew fiber should do the trick
6thEdition
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5882 posts since 7/3/08

9 Jun 2012 08:11
is fiber strong though, i've just got some and my hairs short and i had it kinda zac efron quiffed up and half an hour after i cane out the salon the wind had blown it about to fuck
sydneyking
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4570 posts since 26/9/09

9 Jun 2012 09:41
thats some fuckin napper you've got doomed
Crackajack
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7160 posts since 21/4/05

9 Jun 2012 09:53
Fudge matte hed? Think they do an extra strong one as well.

Hair just getting long enough to comb back, using murrays at the moment and its not too shiny later in the day but is when first put in and the hold isnt as strong as I would like, anything more modern to try? Used american crew grooming creme but its not strong enough.
MiamiHorror
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32 posts since 27/1/11

11 Jun 2012 21:03
Anyone know of any Leicestershire / Nottinghamshire based barbers who specialise in rockabilly / pompadour hair?
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

11 Jun 2012 21:04
Brik
Seventyfour
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8777 posts since 6/10/05

11 Jun 2012 21:13
MiamiHorror wrote: Anyone know any Leeds / West Yorkshire based barbers who specialise in rockabilly / pompadour hair?
PaulFowler
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326 posts since 2/10/11

11 Jun 2012 21:39
Anybody used any of the Baxters of California hair product? They worth the price?
Seventyfour
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8777 posts since 6/10/05

11 Jun 2012 21:57
I was going to try there pomade but couldn't find any reviews!
I really want to try imperial barber products, but no where over her stocks it yet and there shipping prices are stupid !
andymakesglasses
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20209 posts since 26/1/06

15 Jun 2012 09:31
If people still use Tigi products, there's a load on SecretSales, and there's a further 25% off with the code SUMMER25 today only.
D_m_n
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526 posts since 23/3/12

15 Jun 2012 10:03
Russ - go to Cord at the bottom end of Town near the bus station. Wouldn't say they specialise in rockabilly but they certainly cut the freshest barnets in the LS region
beatnik
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186 posts since 1/11/08

17 Jun 2012 14:08
Can anyone recommend a decent and relatively cheap hairdresser in London (ideally in SE1)?

Cheers
Seventyfour
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8777 posts since 6/10/05

17 Jun 2012 16:07
D_m_n wrote: Russ - go to Cord at the bottom end of Town near the bus station. Wouldn't say they specialise in rockabilly but they certainly cut the freshest barnets in the LS region

Never heard of it, where is it exactly?
I usually get mine done by Tom at Modern he's good but fancy change! Sandy at Imale in corn exchange is supposed to be good not been there though
MerciBeau
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4324 posts since 7/7/06

18 Jun 2012 15:04
Undercuts - acceptable?
blamtw
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205 posts since 25/2/12

18 Jun 2012 15:19
acceptable and look good imo unless the sides are shaven really short and the top is mega long
D_m_n
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526 posts since 23/3/12

18 Jun 2012 15:32
Russ - Tom's a good lad! Cord is on Kirkgate. Walk downtowards the bus station from where the market is and its on a side street where paper scissor stone used to be. Ask for Graham or Gary!
sydneyking
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4570 posts since 26/9/09

18 Jun 2012 17:17
blamtw wrote: acceptable and look good imo unless the sides are shaven really short and the top is mega long