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Old 17-07-2013, 03:13 PM   #4591
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Are you using this 1st round brush below which has loose ball tipped bristles and indicates on the packaging "Volumizing" or the 2nd wooden type with denser bristels.



i use the 2nd type but the smaller version of it


but not to blow dry though.... your hair so thick meh? need brush to blow dry for volume o.0
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Old 17-07-2013, 03:28 PM   #4592
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i use the 2nd type but the smaller version of it


but not to blow dry though.... your hair so thick meh? need brush to blow dry for volume o.0
Nope my hair is very fine and not that much.
I thought to get a brush to help blow dry instead of using my hands
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Old 17-07-2013, 03:49 PM   #4593
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Forking gian tio a kent brush nao too.
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Hooted smaller version of this hair brush @ watsons.
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Old 17-07-2013, 04:49 PM   #4595
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Nope my hair is very fine and not that much.
I thought to get a brush to help blow dry instead of using my hands
I might be wrong but what i interpreted from your post is that you intend to use a brush when your hair is wet. IMO, when your hair is wet, its best not to brush it with a brush as wet hair had the weakest bonds. Apparently, the water will weaken the weakest bonds in your hair and hence, your hair will be pulled out by the brush even easier. Especially when your hair is fine, i would advise you to take even more caution when blow-drying with a brush.

However, if you are using a brush when your hair is dry, then its pretty safe to do so.

Beauty Mistakes - Brushing Your Hair When It's Wet - Oprah.com
Why Not To Brush Hair when it’s Wet | GrowHairGuru
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Hooted smaller version of this hair brush @ watsons.
31+ bugs.
Woah bro. Your action super efficient ttm leh. Thumbs up!
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Woah bro. Your action super efficient ttm leh. Thumbs up!
hahahahahaha!
Hair expert Junhong~~~~
I'm passing one bottle of the sea salt spray to my aunt to try it out. So far so good man the sea salt spray, basket next time I better stock up already, quite shiong to drive over to woodlands lol
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I might be wrong but what i interpreted from your post is that you intend to use a brush when your hair is wet. IMO, when your hair is wet, its best not to brush it with a brush as wet hair had the weakest bonds. Apparently, the water will weaken the weakest bonds in your hair and hence, your hair will be pulled out by the brush even easier. Especially when your hair is fine, i would advise you to take even more caution when blow-drying with a brush.

However, if you are using a brush when your hair is dry, then its pretty safe to do so.

Beauty Mistakes - Brushing Your Hair When It's Wet - Oprah.com
Why Not To Brush Hair when itís Wet | GrowHairGuru
OIC, thanks a lot for the advice.
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hahahahahaha!
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I'm passing one bottle of the sea salt spray to my aunt to try it out. So far so good man the sea salt spray, basket next time I better stock up already, quite shiong to drive over to woodlands lol
I am flattered bro. I aint an expert anyway, just sharing some of the little bits of information with the community of bros here. Glad that the seasalt spray works out for u, bro!
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OIC, thanks a lot for the advice.
You're welcome bro.
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I am flattered bro. I aint an expert anyway, just sharing some of the little bits of information with the community of bros here. Glad that the seasalt spray works out for u, bro!
seasalt spray is forking shiok
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just started using this shampoo - fugging cooling & shiok, perfect to wake me up for school.



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just started using this shampoo - fugging cooling & shiok, perfect to wake me up for school.



Paul Mitchell. Its a good brand. How much does this cost?
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Old 17-07-2013, 06:24 PM   #4604
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Wow... fantastic.. Milon IS the No.1 brand professional haircare in Japan.
Will PM you soon.

I'm still using these from Milbon.
Just to share. I am also carrying Nigelle DS TF Treatment too. Its also by milbon. Hair mask and its colour treatment series. Both coloured and non-coloured hair are able to use too. Only for those who knows that hair care is important and knows how to go after value-for-money methods.

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Paul Mitchell. Its a good brand. How much does this cost?
$65 from Chinatown. I find it quite worthwhile considering the size.
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