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  How to explain to barber
Posted by: bbqbrews - 08-08-2017 06:35 AM - Replies (2)

I am new to the group but not new to the quest of finding a decent haircut. It's been hard to know exactly what to tell the barber what I'm looking for. I have straight hair with a few cowlicks. Without fail after a cut my hair almost always is left either short with too much bulk and no texture or too long on top (over 1inch)and looks like a flat top. I'm looking to have a short, bed head type cut that I can grow into. I would like to have some texture so it looks messy and spiky but not a flat top. The best example I could find is springsteen's hairstyle. He pretty much always has the same style. I've found a few pics that show it shorter presumably right after a cut, little more grown out, and then longer. I'd like to be able to have a "high mileage" cut meaning i could go at least a month with out going back to barber. Trying to figure how to explain that to a barber? Is there a way to post pics on this forum?

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  weird hairs
Posted by: anjan42 - 05-07-2017 07:15 PM - Replies (4)

I have a Remington HC-2000 hair clipper which I use for my head hairs. Its a big slow but works, the problem is that when I trim my hairs using this it looks good. But then when I take a bath and then my hairs dry out I can see that a lot of my hairs are in straight upwards position which gives the entire cut a bad look. I feel like the trimmer misses some hairs, or my hairs are thick and dry and thats why they kind of go upwards in that position.

I need to brush my hairs again after going office so the look a bit better but I feel like something is wrong. See the image here, can you help me figure out what is wrong with my hairs, please change hxxps to https. The forum was not allowing me to post a link so i did it this way


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  Hair help
Posted by: ZacVog11 - 04-19-2017 07:26 PM - Replies (2)

Hello. I was wondering what the best product and way to style my hair would be to get this look. Also if possible could you specify some dimensions and tips to help get a very similar look.

https ://m.you tube.com/watch?v=-RMNsJyKZUQ

Sorry I had to put a space because I can't post links but all you have to do is remove the space between the youtube and after the https. It's the thumbnail of the video. Also forgot to mention that I would like to be able to play soccer with it, so maybe a good hold or another product to use with it when I do play soccer to keep the hold. Thanks so much for any help you can offer.

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We apologize for the inconvenience as we've had problems with the datacenter our forum is located in. Everything is fine now, so please continue to enjoy the forum! Smile

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  Haircut for someone with extremely dull/fine/thin hair?
Posted by: ohmygodbitch - 03-31-2017 06:28 AM - Replies (1)

I'm looking for a nice haircut for myself. My hair is currently pretty long. It's parted on the sides. Basically i just can't get a haircut to stick it always just lies flat on my head....

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  Could you tell me name of this haircut?
Posted by: feftjavlabro - 03-26-2017 02:40 PM - No Replies


I've been trying to find out name of this hairstyle, but I couldn't find anything.
Could you help me? Thanks! Rolleyes
Apparently, I'm not able to post images, so..
There you at least have link: imgur.com/jiCP80w

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  How to Do The Awesome (but tricky) John Cooper rock hairstyle?
Posted by: D-Break - 03-02-2017 05:40 AM - Replies (3)

Hi! I'm a 16-year-old guy and I've been looking forward to do this hairstyle for quite a long time, and there's no tutorial out there of how to do it.
So, the hairstyle I want to do is John Cooper's (bassist and singer for Skillet) 2000-2002 hairstyle, the one he wore during Invincible and Alien Youth eras. I understand that he had his hair frosted, but aside from that, I just can't solve the mistery of his hairstyle, it's so awesome and so cool that I was wondering if you could help me. Thank you!

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  Trim or No Trim?
Posted by: BelfastJesus - 02-28-2017 02:41 PM - No Replies

Hi I'm new to this forum and i joined because I always have lots of questions about my hair and google never seems to have the answers! So I was hoping people who have been in similar positions can help,
I grew my hair out for around 24 months until getting it cut last year. This was mainly because I never went for trims at all whilst it was growing and it was in pretty poor condition on the ends.
It was curling and just looking awful at the back and at the ends, i figured I would have to lose considerable length to fix this issue.
I then decided after having short hair for a while and remembering why I hated it to grow it out once again, I'm currently around 10 months in and once again have not went for regular trims. My Question is would it be better to go for a trim now or wait until it's at my desired length? I' not very educated when it comes to hair so any input is greatly appreciated. Smile

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Wink Tips for styling messy fringe hair with Caesar haircut
Posted by: KIERANHIN95 - 01-22-2017 01:29 PM - Replies (2)

Hey all,

So I have never really been good at styling my hair so I am looking for some tips. The hair cut I have gone for is low skin fade with a textured fringe/longer on top. Very similar to this photo.

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I want to style the fringe forward and messy looking like in the photo from above. I have tried a technique I seen in a video, which basically said get the product into the roots and then use your fingers to rake your hair forwards side to side. However, my hair just stays straight, and the hair and my fringe look awful, like not even styled or connected. I've been using the American Crew hair fibre and/or the Redken rough hair paste. I have thin-ish hair so maybe I should get the Redken thickening lotion??

Anyway, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  Razor parting question
Posted by: KingJim - 01-01-2017 03:18 PM - No Replies


I am thinking of getting a razor parting for when I next get my haircut but I am just wondering, if I dont really like it would hair grow back so there is no more of a razor parting?

Thanks Jim

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