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Old 26-01-2017, 04:15 PM   #8911
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means hair toooooo long.

last time my hair till nose leh, but i use morris moltey or uevo no issues.

but of course time to time will drop.

hmm try using more product? with the amount you use now, add abit more?

got pic of your hairstyle?
Ohh it might mean i need a haircut then because my hair is quite thick now. But i do not know how thin do i have to cut it till. Because there was once i cut it too thin and my hair is too light. And there was once i cut it not as thin and it fall of easily.

Putting more will just make my hair more oily/moisture. I have no idea why it happen as well.

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Old 26-01-2017, 04:15 PM   #8912
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I have a normal pomp slick back hairstyle.

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Old 26-01-2017, 04:17 PM   #8913
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Unfortunately, one thing we have to face is that our typical asian hair type cannot take much weight because it is naturally fine and straight + flat. This has gotta do with genetics, and there's nothing much we can do about it unfortunately.. Once our hair reaches a certain length, it will become too heavy and can hardly hold any volume - at least not for long. When that happens, there's only one thing we can do.. Get a haircut. Get it trimmed or thinned out.

Take note that this has nothing to do with product. Understanding your hair genetics and how it behaves as well as the importance of maintenance is vital to keeping a good style
Okay thank you. But i have heard that if you cut you hair short from the back and longer to the front. Your hair can hold longer. Just wanna ask if its true.

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Old 26-01-2017, 04:18 PM   #8914
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Spent $100 for highlighting and turned out nothing outstanding. angry sial
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Old 26-01-2017, 06:05 PM   #8915
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Ohh it might mean i need a haircut then because my hair is quite thick now. But i do not know how thin do i have to cut it till. Because there was once i cut it too thin and my hair is too light. And there was once i cut it not as thin and it fall of easily.

Putting more will just make my hair more oily/moisture. I have no idea why it happen as well.
Try thinning the hair.
With lesser weight,
It will help.
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Old 26-01-2017, 06:05 PM   #8916
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Spent $100 for highlighting and turned out nothing outstanding. angry sial
Any pictures? Which salon?
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Old 26-01-2017, 08:16 PM   #8917
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Try thinning the hair.
With lesser weight,
It will help.
Hmm ya. I think thats the only thing i could do now.

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Old 27-01-2017, 08:30 AM   #8918
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Has anyone heard or use this Redken Root Lifting Spray before? Is it like a SSS but with different name?
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Old 27-01-2017, 01:45 PM   #8919
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Hi everyone. First timer here seeking advice. I've been using Erratic for years. Been happy with it but would like to try something new having read about so many products from this thread.
It seems Uevo Grey would be similar but a better product than Erratic? How about MM Styling Balm? Similar or different result?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 27-01-2017, 01:58 PM   #8920
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Hi everyone. First timer here seeking advice. I've been using Erratic for years. Been happy with it but would like to try something new having read about so many products from this thread.
It seems Uevo Grey would be similar but a better product than Erratic? How about MM Styling Balm? Similar or different result?

Thanks in advance!
Uevo grey is definitely better than erratic.
works better and has this fixated fibre like hold

MM styling balm has strong hold and restyleability

depends what you're looking for

the closest but better product of erratic is uevo grey
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Old 27-01-2017, 01:59 PM   #8921
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Has anyone heard or use this Redken Root Lifting Spray before? Is it like a SSS but with different name?
its not a sea salt spray.

its another kind of volumizer
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Old 27-01-2017, 02:40 PM   #8922
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Uevo grey is definitely better than erratic.
works better and has this fixated fibre like hold

MM styling balm has strong hold and restyleability

depends what you're looking for

the closest but better product of erratic is uevo grey
Thanks! Looking for one that has strong hold. Is it necessary for MM to be used together with a sea salt spray? Not exactly looking for volume as I mainly do the messy spiky look.
Btw read that you have an online store. Mind PM me the link? Thanks much
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Old 27-01-2017, 04:27 PM   #8923
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its not a sea salt spray.

its another kind of volumizer
thanks, but i thought SSS is supposed to be a volumizer, as in, it gives volume to the hair. That's what I've been using it for all along.

What's the difference in their functions?


Thanks! Looking for one that has strong hold. Is it necessary for MM to be used together with a sea salt spray? Not exactly looking for volume as I mainly do the messy spiky look.
Btw read that you have an online store. Mind PM me the link? Thanks much
http://hairbroducts.sg/
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Old 27-01-2017, 04:42 PM   #8924
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thanks, but i thought SSS is supposed to be a volumizer, as in, it gives volume to the hair. That's what I've been using it for all along.

What's the difference in their functions?


http://hairbroducts.sg/
SSS = got sea salt as main ingredients.

Root lifting spray = more chemicals?

both have the same function, maybe SSS gives a more natural volume.

only in salon they use root lifting spray haha
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Old 27-01-2017, 04:43 PM   #8925
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Thanks! Looking for one that has strong hold. Is it necessary for MM to be used together with a sea salt spray? Not exactly looking for volume as I mainly do the messy spiky look.
Btw read that you have an online store. Mind PM me the link? Thanks much
Sea salt spray will be good to give you the extra volume and helps to prestyle the hair shape for finishing with balm.

its good to have, and remember to always blow dry your hair before you style
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