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Old 07-06-2015, 06:29 PM   #646
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thanks dappergen! i guess i'll try the bb -wink

hi again gaoxing. hmm i would prefer to just find a product that works rather than mixing two? haha anyway mine would be long straight thick hair just like many guys out there. long in a sense till my lip. i dont use a comb because i do not gancy the neat sleek look. i desire the matte natural finger-run back swab long hairstyle. okay is this confusing haha. im going to try the blind barber. in hope that it will be the one ive always been seeking for! praying it works better than claymation
Pomade?
Pomade don't exactly gives you the end effect of what a wax or Clay can do.
Pomade is meant to be sleek.

Mixing 2 can give you results that might surprise you.
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Old 07-06-2015, 06:44 PM   #647
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Pomade?
Pomade don't exactly gives you the end effect of what a wax or Clay can do.
Pomade is meant to be sleek.

Mixing 2 can give you results that might surprise you.
wow serious. i guess my next plan is to do the concoction you advocate then. darn hope something works out. i'll give bb a shot first to see!
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Old 07-06-2015, 08:16 PM   #648
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wow serious. i guess my next plan is to do the concoction you advocate then. darn hope something works out. i'll give bb a shot first to see!
Since have gd and claymation. Why not try those first? Lol
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wow serious. i guess my next plan is to do the concoction you advocate then. darn hope something works out. i'll give bb a shot first to see!
Maybe can try HDF quicksand and Gold digger.
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Maybe can try HDF quicksand and Gold digger.
I concur!

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Old 08-06-2015, 01:40 PM   #651
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Maybe can try HDF quicksand and Gold digger.
I concur!
Quicksand like bo lat leh? Won't Claymation be better since it's stronger? Maybe I should try to do a little mixing as well. Got quite a few on hand.

GD, SF, QS, Claymation, DC, Joico.

Lol. Buffet man.
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Quicksand like bo lat leh? Won't Claymation be better since it's stronger? Maybe I should try to do a little mixing as well. Got quite a few on hand.

GD, SF, QS, Claymation, DC, Joico.

Lol. Buffet man.
Quicksand gives u volume, GD gives you the strength to style.
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Quicksand like bo lat leh? Won't Claymation be better since it's stronger? Maybe I should try to do a little mixing as well. Got quite a few on hand.

GD, SF, QS, Claymation, DC, Joico.

Lol. Buffet man.
hahah you lose me a little.

do GD and DC, that combo is sex.
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Quicksand gives u volume, GD gives you the strength to style.
everyone says so but so far i use QS, i don't get volume.
lol i use DC i get more volume out.

maybe my hair not as good as i thought to be.
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:34 PM   #655
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Quicksand like bo lat leh? Won't Claymation be better since it's stronger? Maybe I should try to do a little mixing as well. Got quite a few on hand.

GD, SF, QS, Claymation, DC, Joico.

Lol. Buffet man.
Qs alone usually not enough. Agreed. Have to mix to get more out of it.

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Old 08-06-2015, 09:32 PM   #656
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Bros any good products to recommend for hair thinning?
You can perhaps give this a look and try it out if there's a chance to.
It is a form of specialty treatment product (corrective treatment) - formulated with multivitamin, botanic and amino acid active ingredients - to promote the growth of new hair and increase the duration of their life span.

http://theprettyjerk.com/product/sil...20ml-12-phials
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Phyto shampoo worth the money? If not anyone can recommend something for oily scalp?
Living in such a humid country like Singapore, I believe almost every one would want to find something that is able to control the oils the hair and scalp; able to come out from shower feeling refreshed really makes one feel rejuvenated. As always, there will be alot of options for you to look at. You may also consider the following with their benefits stated briefly too, for your consideration.

1. Carbolic Moisturizing Shampoo
Charcoal is an amazing substance due to its adsorption properties. Charcoal’s ability to attract other substances to its surface and hold them there. This is called “adsorption” (not absorption). Charcoal can adsorb thousands of times its own weight in harmful substances. Hence, using this charcoal shampoo will not only cleanse your hair effectively, it will also give the scalp a soothing and refreshing feel.

2. Zahara N19 Nourish Shampoo
Deep penetrating shampoo, which is able to open up the pores in the scalp, to ensure a full and thorough deep cleansing of the scalp. Also, it is able to eliminate dry, itchy, flaky scalp conditions, such as dandruff and dermatitis, and provide the required nutrients and moisture for the scalp too.

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everyone says so but so far i use QS, i don't get volume.
lol i use DC i get more volume out.

maybe my hair not as good as i thought to be.
Same. I use QS and the hold is almost zero for me. Totally crushed my faith in the brand. But on the other hand, i do agree that different people have different hair texture.
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Hello, mine is very smooth.. For now using mousse, dry blow then mud.. am thinking to perm.. btw, hair is overlap.. side back no 1.

Look forward to advices. .
If your hair is very straight, there is not really any more alternatives for you to increase volume besides perming. Of course you can use mousse, SSS or even hair powder to create volume but these are temporary solutions. A more permanent one would be perming. However, for it to work well, the hair length has to be of certain length (i.e. touching the nose or longer) else perming might not be well worth the money for you too.

Anyway, using mousse might not be the most effective for you. Because it comes with the least hold and the heaviest (as compared to sss and hair powder), it is most likely to pull down the hair though its the easiest one in terms of application. Tradeoffs, as usual.
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Old 08-06-2015, 10:05 PM   #660
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Why no one talk about hair growth tonics?



Simply because there are far too many people who feels that hair treatment products are not essential. Unfortunately, they are only of interest to people who feel that hair loss is becoming an issue to them. I always believe that prevention is better than cure and it goes a long way. If it strikes you then action is taken, it might be too late. Unsurprisingly, tons of money is then spent on finding corrective actions to rectify but sad truth is that it might or might not help you by then.
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