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Old 13-07-2013, 01:36 PM   #4516
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Old 13-07-2013, 02:18 PM   #4517
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Any recommendation for hair dryer? Affordable and good kind. If cheap, don't mind getting 1 to play around.
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Old 13-07-2013, 03:02 PM   #4518
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Any recommendation for hair dryer? Affordable and good kind. If cheap, don't mind getting 1 to play around.
Try baby bliss at beautybay.com
30+ for 1900w. The nozzle very slim. 3 speed and temp control
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Old 13-07-2013, 03:06 PM   #4519
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Try baby bliss at beautybay.com
30+ for 1900w. The nozzle very slim. 3 speed and temp control
Yeah baby bliss is a good brand. Else, you can just simply step into Courts etc to get philips/rowenta off the shelf too.
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Old 13-07-2013, 03:08 PM   #4520
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"we need a hero" salon looks good, considerably near my area

still got brow threading
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Old 13-07-2013, 03:18 PM   #4521
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Just arrived!

HDF quicksand and sponge wax only $27 each.

Imperial Barber Classic pomade and Gel pomade only $32 and $33.

Arimino spice sister freeze wax restocked as well.
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Old 13-07-2013, 07:46 PM   #4522
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Hi, am a bit noob regarding hair style and recently cut a quiff. Would like to ask whether do i need to thin my hair on top a bit to style a quiff or no need? cause the person cutting my hair did not seems to thin my hair on top so the top is shorter as compared to the front but around the same hair thickness, quite thick. My hair is those super fine and straight type. And also is a hair spray needed for maintaining quiff? Thanks a lot.
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Hi, am a bit noob regarding hair style and recently cut a quiff. Would like to ask whether do i need to thin my hair on top a bit to style a quiff or no need? cause the person cutting my hair did not seems to thin my hair on top so the top is shorter as compared to the front but around the same hair thickness, quite thick. My hair is those super fine and straight type. And also is a hair spray needed for maintaining quiff? Thanks a lot.
Actually thinning of the hair only makes your hair look less thicker. Thicker hair looks more haggard and when you style hair which is thick, its harder and it will tend to look like a bush if you didnt go for a right hairstyle. So if i am not wrong, i would say thinning of the hair doesnt really matter the ability to style a quiff but instead, it affects the whole outlook in totality. I am guessing if your hairstylist is decent enough, it should be fairly okay.

And yes to your second question. I would say hair spray is essential. Without hair spray, there is no way your quiff can hold through the entire day. Wells, at least thats for me.
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Old 13-07-2013, 11:50 PM   #4524
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Just arrived!

HDF quicksand and sponge wax only $27 each.

Imperial Barber Classic pomade and Gel pomade only $32 and $33.

Arimino spice sister freeze wax restocked as well.
On top of HairyPortal's great news, OS Fashion Sea Spray and nigelle bold make clay also arrived too! Cheers!
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Old 14-07-2013, 11:18 AM   #4525
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i think i know the brand. Same as the Moose (sp) i got from them !
This one is it? http://m.sephora.com/surf-spray-P280513 I randomly visiting angmoh forums then they like very happy with this product... alot say better than kms de... but those that only tried kms one say it's very good also la... this one win some award last year also.. like power only... that's why so effing ex?

This one use Epson salts aka bath salt instead of sodium chloride though
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On top of HairyPortal's great news, OS Fashion Sea Spray and nigelle bold make clay also arrived too! Cheers!
os spray also got epson salt! both sia!
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os spray also got epson salt! both sia!
Yeah os spray has magnesium sulfate too which is epsom salt. It also contains sodium chloride too. But i have no idea whats the benefits of epsom salt though. LOL
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Old 14-07-2013, 01:02 PM   #4528
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time for you to zng ur advertizing! apparently epsom salt is also a major "drying" ingredient... so much so that products completely substitute normal salt for it.. also... it seems that magnesium ions are good for skin and hair too!

random fun fact... it reduces inflammation and bruising o.0 Quick Cures/Quack Cures: Is Epsom Worth Its Salt? - WSJ.com
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Try baby bliss at beautybay.com
30+ for 1900w. The nozzle very slim. 3 speed and temp control
Would buying at JB any cheaper? Girlfriend say can get from salons over there. Lesser than $60 SGD.
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Finally getting the chance to try out the wu leng wu hor sea salt spray.
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