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Old 07-02-2017, 08:15 PM   #8986
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If lets say you go to a $10, $15, $20, $25 dollar saloon to cut hair at 4 different times and say the exact same thing cut the same style, do you find they produce different quality? More expensive nicer?
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Old 07-02-2017, 09:14 PM   #8987
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If lets say you go to a $10, $15, $20, $25 dollar saloon to cut hair at 4 different times and say the exact same thing cut the same style, do you find they produce different quality? More expensive nicer?
U are quite an interesting troll. At least your questions are fairly creative.
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Old 07-02-2017, 10:28 PM   #8988
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U are quite an interesting troll. At least your questions are fairly creative.
No troll. No need answer if no answer. I usually cut at $10 saloon (quick cut put card kind), also try $10+ those shop house saloon, and I only tried one time $25, seems similar result. So I just wondering if that $25 I bad luck or what. Why people go $25 kind of saloon is it because shop nicer at shopping centre, got tea, feel better or because better hair cut.
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Old 07-02-2017, 10:43 PM   #8989
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No troll. No need answer if no answer. I usually cut at $10 saloon (quick cut put card kind), also try $10+ those shop house saloon, and I only tried one time $25, seems similar result. So I just wondering if that $25 I bad luck or what. Why people go $25 kind of saloon is it because shop nicer at shopping centre, got tea, feel better or because better hair cut.
Usually when the prices are higher,u would expect more attentive service from the staff(drinks etc part of it) , or more time spent on your cut in general. Doesn't mean that higher prices = better cut though. It depends on the salon and the quality of the hairdressers that they hire as well. Personally though, I feel that guys do not need to spend too much money esp if u keep a short haircut. We cut our hair once a month on average. Paying 40 bucks vs 10 odd bucks to have your sides buzzed and your top thinned/shaped out every month. See the logic here? But of course there are many people who insist on paying for a mor expensive haircut. Could be down to various reasons.

As for the example u stated, if a 25 bucks haircut looks the same as a 10 bucks haircut u had from before.. U know the 25 bucks place is not worth the money. Pretty straightforward right XD
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Old 07-02-2017, 11:47 PM   #8990
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I've tried the Clay and Wax Pomade, tbh its not bad bro. Very basic products but they work pretty well in our weather. The owner sent me his new range to try. Personally like the Clay Pomade cos of its lighter weight yet strong hold.

Anws, speaking of lightweight products. I went to re-try the sample of Indians Molding Clay that was given to me by leejhong bro.
Solid stuff guys. Trust me. So far have not found a product that has a better strength to weight ratio (Probably even better than Morris) Extremely high hold yet extremely lightweight. Easy to wash off. I just ordered a full-sized jar. This is a holy grail product.. Trust me when I say it.
If you are referring to Indians Extra Strong Hold Molding Clay, I also agreed that it is lightweight yet has extremely strong hold and probably one of the strongest hold among the products that I have used previously.

However, I found that it is not easy to wash off. When you shampoo your hair once, you may feel that the clay has been washed off. But if you feel your hair again, you will feel that there is still some residue on your hair that you will need to shampoo one more time.
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If you are referring to Indians Extra Strong Hold Molding Clay, I also agreed that it is lightweight yet has extremely strong hold and probably one of the strongest hold among the products that I have used previously.

However, I found that it is not easy to wash off. When you shampoo your hair once, you may feel that the clay has been washed off. But if you feel your hair again, you will feel that there is still some residue on your hair that you will need to shampoo one more time.

For me, since I only use a small amount of the clay, I don't really have difficulty in washing it off. I just rinse thoroughly with water then follow up with shampoo. I would definitely rate it as easier to wash off than the By Vilain products.
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Old 08-02-2017, 12:32 AM   #8992
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For me, since I only use a small amount of the clay, I don't really have difficulty in washing it off. I just rinse thoroughly with water then follow up with shampoo. I would definitely rate it as easier to wash off than the By Vilain products.
Then I cannot comment further since I did not use By Vilain products before.
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Old 08-02-2017, 04:21 PM   #8993
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Guys, any recommendation of hair wax and hairspray?
My hair type is those super smooth, straight and flat one if never apply anything.

I want those pompour style of hair, meaning the top is raised up and there's a fringe.

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Old 08-02-2017, 05:08 PM   #8994
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Guys, any recommendation of hair wax and hairspray?
My hair type is those super smooth, straight and flat one if never apply anything.

I want those pompour style of hair, meaning the top is raised up and there's a fringe.

Hey man. Not quite sure what style you're going for. I thought you meant a pompadour but if you mean the top section of your head spiked while your fringe is laid down, thats not it. Could you share with us abit more, possibly provide a picture of the style?
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Old 08-02-2017, 05:17 PM   #8995
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Hey man. Not quite sure what style you're going for. I thought you meant a pompadour but if you mean the top section of your head spiked while your fringe is laid down, thats not it. Could you share with us abit more, possibly provide a picture of the style?
haha i dont think my style has a name either..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dyoo3xq-8bo

around 5:23. that hair.
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Old 08-02-2017, 05:28 PM   #8996
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haha i dont think my style has a name either..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dyoo3xq-8bo

around 5:23. that hair.

Hahha BenDeen's channel. For that you've come to the right place! Most of us rock this hairstyle, or at least some variation of it nowadays. Alright bro for that, I'd like to introduce you to sea salt spray.. Can't say enough about it. Are you familiar with the term pre-styling?
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Old 08-02-2017, 05:35 PM   #8997
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Hahha BenDeen's channel. For that you've come to the right place! Most of us rock this hairstyle, or at least some variation of it nowadays. Alright bro for that, I'd like to introduce you to sea salt spray.. Can't say enough about it. Are you familiar with the term pre-styling?
Nope not really.
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:01 PM   #8998
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Nope not really.
something you spray on towel dry hair then blow dry using hair dryer.
to get the volume and pre style shape of the style you wanna do.

then finish off with a wax of your choice

for the non fixated look, can try morris motley styling balm
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:51 PM   #8999
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something you spray on towel dry hair then blow dry using hair dryer.
to get the volume and pre style shape of the style you wanna do.

then finish off with a wax of your choice

for the non fixated look, can try morris motley styling balm

@xPreicision Yeap exactly what he said. Try out sea salt spray first and you will see the difference already. 2-3 sprays into damp, towel dried hair, run yr fingers through to get it evenly distributed, then hit it with a blow dryer. Blow dry yr hair upwards, in the direction u wanna go, finish with wax and if you want, hairspray. You can DM gaoxing regarding sea salt spray Regarding wax, what brand are you currently using bro?
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:57 PM   #9000
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Btws anyone seen all the drama going on with HDF and Blumaan Rabak sial
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