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Old 28-03-2013, 02:44 PM   #3691
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Depends on my hair length.
I just do mallet aka chicken head. Works good enough for me. I do admit when I'm playing pool and when I break too hard using full body momentum, my hair will move or split open abit.
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Old 28-03-2013, 03:00 PM   #3692
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I just do mallet aka chicken head. Works good enough for me. I do admit when I'm playing pool and when I break too hard using full body momentum, my hair will move or split open abit.
Do you mean mullet hairstyle?
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Old 28-03-2013, 03:01 PM   #3693
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Do you mean mullet hairstyle?
Yes.

Been having that hairstyle since primary school until now. My head shape and stubborn hair can only do that hairstyle. My hair won't drop down.
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Old 28-03-2013, 09:50 PM   #3694
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Yes.

Been having that hairstyle since primary school until now. My head shape and stubborn hair can only do that hairstyle. My hair won't drop down.
I believe everyone's head shape is unique. But probably, yours wont only be revolving around mullet hairstyle for this lifetime tho. Try changing hairstylist to get more professional recommendations, as in my opinion, mullet hairstyle is definitely not suitable for working environment. Just my 2 cents' worth of opinions.
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Old 29-03-2013, 12:32 AM   #3695
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I believe everyone's head shape is unique. But probably, yours wont only be revolving around mullet hairstyle for this lifetime tho. Try changing hairstylist to get more professional recommendations, as in my opinion, mullet hairstyle is definitely not suitable for working environment. Just my 2 cents' worth of opinions.
I was told either mullet or number 1. Only this 2 hairstyle suits me. The rest cannot. According to many hairstylist.
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Old 29-03-2013, 11:25 AM   #3696
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Is it possible to get American Crew Promade in local stores, say Chinatown?
Any other good promade to recommend? Thanks.
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Old 29-03-2013, 12:37 PM   #3697
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Is it possible to get American Crew Promade in local stores, say Chinatown?
Any other good promade to recommend? Thanks.
I think Chinatown is definitely one of those places that you should check out. They carry a lot of hair products. Anyway, i think u are referring to pomade instead of promade. U can check out Murray's pomade if you are interested. Personally, i dun use that. But i heard a thing or two about this though.

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Old 29-03-2013, 02:46 PM   #3698
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I think Chinatown is definitely one of those places that you should check out. They carry a lot of hair products. Anyway, i think u are referring to pomade instead of promade. U can check out Murray's pomade if you are interested. Personally, i dun use that. But i heard a thing or two about this though.

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Haha...ya ya. Paiseh for the typo.
Thanks, will head down to check if Chinatown carries them.
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Old 29-03-2013, 04:01 PM   #3699
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is uevo grey strong enough for hair that is difficult to spike up instead of holding it down as I have rather long hair
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Old 29-03-2013, 04:03 PM   #3700
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is uevo grey strong enough for hair that is difficult to spike up instead of holding it down as I have rather long hair
I think this question wait for Renol to answer you. Apparently he said the hold isn't strong enough for him. I put abit can liao. My hair always standing though.
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Old 29-03-2013, 06:42 PM   #3701
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is uevo grey strong enough for hair that is difficult to spike up instead of holding it down as I have rather long hair
For rather long hair, you can still use Uevo Grey but together with hair spray to keep the spikes up.
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Old 29-03-2013, 09:23 PM   #3702
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Just now went to Kobayashi cut hair. Cut by this female hairstylist. She's located at the 5th level branch. She cut really to my liking. This $28 quite well spent. Don't really know what's her name though. Her name seems Vietnamese to me.
Could be Su.

there is only 3 female stylist at that branch, all 3 are different grades
Kobayashi at whwre ?

I am looking for a good hair salon and stylist.
someone permanent in the east
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Old 29-03-2013, 09:49 PM   #3703
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Kobayashi at whwre ?

I am looking for a good hair salon and stylist.
someone permanent in the east
Far East Plaza 2nd and 5th floor

for more info can go to the other recommended salon thread

they are good as a whole, not just certain stylist, however I am not going to overrate them, just giving credit when due and my honest view.
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Kobayashi at whwre ?

I am looking for a good hair salon and stylist.
someone permanent in the east
Kobayashi is at Far East Plaza. U can do a quick google search on it.

I know of two good hairstylists in the east. Kayson from Twister, Tampines Mall. He is the salon director. Hairstylists for many top celebrities as well as models. Another one is Gerald from Storm, Century Square. Salon director too. Not as famous as Kayson but his skills isnt mediocre either.
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Hi Guys,

Selling some hair loss products - good for you to try before buying more. PM me if you are interested.

Thanks.

Kirkland Minoxidil x 8 bottles
Also Phytolium 4 from Phyto x 12 vials
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