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Old 18-07-2013, 01:24 PM   #4636
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Interesting to know that there is such an event going on! Thanks for sharing bro!
I should be going... to support my ex ex-boss.

wah neo is back. mia damn long siol
yea... been a while.. just left my job... bp was high... taking a break now.
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Old 18-07-2013, 05:34 PM   #4637
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To a certain extent bro. 5cent isnt enuff if you have a medium hair length. You need about a dollar coin amount.
I am going to layer with sea salt spray first, then quicksand as base, then finish with abit of spongewax. haha hope can last me entire day
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Old 18-07-2013, 06:16 PM   #4638
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Any recommendation for Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS)-free shampoo?
The ones I saw that are soap free replaced the sodium with potassium.. essentially the same thing though...

Truly soap free shampoos are extremely rare... most just marketing gimmick and twisting words so that the common man gets tricked... I rather take a product that might be "inferior" than one that lies to me... be sure to ensure that what you're getting is what you think you're supposed to get in the event you found the shampoo you desire

Edit. I vaguely rmb that lemongrass house might have stuff you want...

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Old 18-07-2013, 06:37 PM   #4639
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I went to Watsons and they have lots of hair brushes, brands like Kent, Vidal sassoon etc. 1 whole shelf of brushes at Takashimaya's Watson.
Kent brushes are nearly 3 times more expensive
There are also so many different types of brushes.

Like to ask which brush is recommended for guys hair, to blow dry after sea salt spray to create more volume?

Is Kent worth the price?
Order seconds from Kent UK ebay. I got my Kent Military Brush from them.

Another site to try is Feelunique.com free shipping. I buy my Kent cashmere brush (cleaning suits) there for real cheap too.
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Old 18-07-2013, 07:59 PM   #4640
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I am going to layer with sea salt spray first, then quicksand as base, then finish with abit of spongewax. haha hope can last me entire day
lol ! I mix it with HdF pomade to give alittle bit of shine instead of the matte finish
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Old 18-07-2013, 08:02 PM   #4641
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I am going to layer with sea salt spray first, then quicksand as base, then finish with abit of spongewax. haha hope can last me entire day
Actually sea salt spray is to make the hair look thicker or what you all say, with volume and it holds decently enough right? Do correct me if I'm wrong. What I intend to do is just sea salt spray then Osis+. Hopefully it'll work out well.
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Old 18-07-2013, 08:33 PM   #4642
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Actually sea salt spray is to make the hair look thicker or what you all say, with volume and it holds decently enough right? Do correct me if I'm wrong. What I intend to do is just sea salt spray then Osis+. Hopefully it'll work out well.
er i dont think thats how u use sea salt spray
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Old 18-07-2013, 09:03 PM   #4643
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Actually sea salt spray is to make the hair look thicker or what you all say, with volume and it holds decently enough right? Do correct me if I'm wrong. What I intend to do is just sea salt spray then Osis+. Hopefully it'll work out well.
With saltwater spray, it will give your hair more volume and it allows you to have an easier time to style your hair after then as well. Although you are right to say that the hold of saltwater spray is decent, it is always best to complement it with the application of clay or wax after the application of saltwater spray. Clay/Wax and Saltwater spray serves two distinctly different fundamental purposes. Saltwater spray can give one a matte structure and hair volume but its the job of the wax/clay to give you the hair texture and shape that one wishes to create.

For your mullet hairstyle, use saltwater spray + wax/clay + OSIS+ will definitely do the job for you.
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Old 18-07-2013, 10:19 PM   #4644
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Actually sea salt spray is to make the hair look thicker or what you all say, with volume and it holds decently enough right? Do correct me if I'm wrong. What I intend to do is just sea salt spray then Osis+. Hopefully it'll work out well.
I also sea salt + osis spray lol
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Old 18-07-2013, 10:21 PM   #4645
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With saltwater spray, it will give your hair more volume and it allows you to have an easier time to style your hair after then as well. Although you are right to say that the hold of saltwater spray is decent, it is always best to complement it with the application of clay or wax after the application of saltwater spray. Clay/Wax and Saltwater spray serves two distinctly different fundamental purposes. Saltwater spray can give one a matte structure and hair volume but its the job of the wax/clay to give you the hair texture and shape that one wishes to create.

For your mullet hairstyle, use saltwater spray + wax/clay + OSIS+ will definitely do the job for you.
I now wanna keep my middle part to make it into a chrysanthemum head.
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Old 18-07-2013, 10:22 PM   #4646
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I also sea salt + osis spray lol
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Old 19-07-2013, 12:30 AM   #4647
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wonder if any bros interested to split the products equally. Like how ppl do splitting for parfumes ~
whatcha wanna splitz?
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Old 19-07-2013, 12:46 AM   #4648
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deciding between uevo grey cube dry wax and hanz de fuko quicksand.... using it wif seasalt spray.....

u guys will recommend which 1???

and difference between clay and wax???

thanks
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basket. long queue there these days bro.
i hardly eat supper (bui bui mahs me, gotta lose weight & control) but one fine day gotta meet you up for supper that's for sure!!
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Old 19-07-2013, 07:37 AM   #4650
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deciding between uevo grey cube dry wax and hanz de fuko quicksand.... using it wif seasalt spray.....

u guys will recommend which 1???

and difference between clay and wax???

thanks
I can tell you the technical difference la... wax got beeswax, clay got clay, quick sand is... drum roll... sand... scroll up for secret ingredient inside quicksand

Texture wise wax is wetter aka more shine and gloss... then followed by clay and lastly quicksand lo... this is generally the case and there are definitely exceptions la... exceptions to hold and gloss, exceptions to ingredients...

I never use uevo before... but from what I hear it's more like a clay? The rest who use before correct me if my assumption is wrong
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