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  How to ask for this haircut
Posted by: blee9 - 05-19-2018 07:17 PM - No Replies

I want this haircut, but how do I ask the barber for it? Picture at the link below


http://ibb.co/hQM2qo

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  How to use curling iron
Posted by: InfinitePanther - 03-14-2018 04:54 AM - No Replies

When I use a curling iron, it always comes out frizzy, and instead of becoming a curl/wave, it just sticks up. I want to go for that natural pompadour type look, so I only want to use the curling iron to bend the fringe part of my hair back with a wavy look. How do I do that? My hair is more medium length and my fringe area goes down to my eyelashes.
My hair is very straight so it’s hard to push back/comb back without excessive products. It’s also very thick, but that does not help it slick back. My hairstyle is long on top & short on sides. I usually style it in a natural pompadour look, so you can imagine the difficulty in trying to do a pompadour with a natural look that constantly falls down/drops to the side without a lot of hair products.
Do I have to wait until my fringe grows longer? Are there any tips on how to use the iron to suit what I’m looking for? Thanks.

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  How to dye hair to get bright salt and pepper look?
Posted by: alpharalpha - 03-04-2018 09:02 AM - No Replies

Hello, my hair has started to get salt and pepper but the color is dull especially the gray. I notice celebrities have nice bright silvers and blended tones. Has anyone here done this? I have bleached it once about a year ago, used some blonde dye and some touch of gray which for a first try worked ok. Now I am going to bleach it again, use toner to remove the orange tones to get as close to white, and use a bright semi-permanent silver for the temples and try to use as little as possible of the touch of gray so as to maximize the bright tones while having enough dark to blend in with my roots. Any advice?

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  Straighten advice please :)
Posted by: Rikyrik976 - 08-31-2017 02:26 AM - No Replies

Hi, is it possible to straighten hair then wash/shampoo then style effectively?
Im so stuck, if I wash/shampoo then dry completely then straighten my hair it goes thick and clumpy and horrible...I need to apply product on my hair when towel dried from shampoo to damp but would love to have straight hair, my hairs light (in texture) and wavy, I use matt clay, matt styling wax, matt styling paste etc, I want a natural finish as my hair goes really blonde when dry.
Thanks for any advice, I really need it.
I use frizz shampoo, hair length is about 2 inches so far. I have short hair straighteners with temperature adjust that I keep low, they were only £20 toni and guy ones. When I try to straighten i use heat protection

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  How to explain to barber
Posted by: bbqbrews - 08-08-2017 06:35 AM - Replies (4)

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

hxxps://ibb.co/bWFfkk

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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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  Forum is back up again running!
Posted by: TheMensHairForum - 04-02-2017 06:23 AM - No Replies

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

Hey!

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

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