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30-12-2004
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This is from Hedi Slimanes Photobook..I want to get my hair done like this


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^^^ thats how i imagine you are Prince

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Don't do it. If your hair is anything like as thick or wavy as mine then you'll regret growing it long...
Too late for that :p But I don't regret it though...

Plus to Spike, you are absolutely right about what you said, it definetly requirs more maintenance then usual...

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This is from Hedi Slimanes Photobook..I want to get my hair done like this

i love that.

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um..are you sure? That mullet/mohwak thing is...hem, hem...horrid..ahh don't kill me!

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02-01-2005
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I really longish hair on certain guys. Not all, though. It can't be all one length, greasy, and stringy. Ew. Also, certain face shapes are just not suited to long hair. But on some guys...! So hot.

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i want my hair like this.
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You could always flatiron it, but I don't think its something that should be done too often. Anyways, I think a medium length haircut is best, that way you can be professional (if need be) during the day and a rebel at night.......have you tried a hair pomade (seriously, these things work, but can be a pain in the *** to rinse out)..I think longer hair looks best for those who have straight hair..especially as a male.....Once you grow it out some, you can also use a styling cream to spice it up and give your hair some character. You have to pay attn to your hair texture and purchase the correct products for it....like my hair is curly so I have to lightly spray some oil to keep it looking nice......

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Any tips for someone with thick wavy hair
And not to feminine looks, cause my face is already a bit feminine and I don't want to be mistaken for a girl ofcourse :p

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This is from Hedi Slimanes Photobook..I want to get my hair done like this

I this too.

Also, I think the boys from The Cooper Temple Clause and Kasabian always have exemplary hair styles.

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04-01-2005
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You could always flatiron it, but I don't think its something that should be done too often. Anyways, I think a medium length haircut is best, that way you can be professional (if need be) during the day and a rebel at night.......have you tried a hair pomade (seriously, these things work, but can be a pain in the *** to rinse out)..I think longer hair looks best for those who have straight hair..especially as a male.....Once you grow it out some, you can also use a styling cream to spice it up and give your hair some character. You have to pay attn to your hair texture and purchase the correct products for it....like my hair is curly so I have to lightly spray some oil to keep it looking nice......
Theory, do you have any recommendations for a brand of pomade for someone with very fine, straightish hair?

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dior homme styles are often nice



i would cut my hair similarly, except i've waist length hair and am not eager to lop it off.


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Theory, do you have any recommendations for a brand of pomade for someone with very fine, straightish hair?
In my opinion no one makes better hair products than Japan. I'm a loyal user of "Gatsby" brand hairwax for men. They come in all strengths, from looser ones that keep your hair soft yet hold when you style (for longer hair) to hard waxes for spikes or twists.

It will be a mission to find, your best bet is to look for a large city around you that has a japan town or japanese grocery store and check if they have them.

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if u get your hair about shoulder length and really healthy.......and so that its the same length all over generally, you will be able to do a lot with it.

i can make my hair extra thick and wavy.........straight and floaty.....tied back in bun.....all back.....pony tail.......you can do a lot

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Are there any good websites with hairstyles?
I'm trying to grow longer hair too.


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