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Old 10-02-2017, 09:24 PM   #9016
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Thank you and understand that you do sell product? Able to get your website address?

you need to learn how to blow dry your hair.
towel dry is not going to cut it.

ref 323 is a pre styling spray, meaning you spray on towel dry hair and blow dry using a hair dryer.

when its fully dry, then use a good styling product to style your hair. usually matte styling product or infact most products work best in blown dry hair.

if you don't learn how to blow dry, it's quite hard to style, only alternative is use hair gel. lol

there's also a reason why hair stylist blow dry hair before styling
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Old 10-02-2017, 09:35 PM   #9017
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Ok so I've scrolled through like 10 pages of the thread and I've ordered the seasalt spray already! Thinking of getting a brush and a wax. I assume that if I want a volume I'll need a round brush. However I saw the morris motley wide tooth comb, would it ever be useful for casual hairstyles? Also I'm deciding between uevo grey and green. I've read that green isn't that shiny and it's more of a natural shine which I"m ok with. Is the difference between the 2 products only the level of shine? Or are there other differences?
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Old 10-02-2017, 11:44 PM   #9018
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Ok so I've scrolled through like 10 pages of the thread and I've ordered the seasalt spray already! Thinking of getting a brush and a wax. I assume that if I want a volume I'll need a round brush. However I saw the morris motley wide tooth comb, would it ever be useful for casual hairstyles? Also I'm deciding between uevo grey and green. I've read that green isn't that shiny and it's more of a natural shine which I"m ok with. Is the difference between the 2 products only the level of shine? Or are there other differences?

Imo and based on my experience you won't really need a round brush UNLESS you really want precision control with your styling haha. I think sea salt spray + wax is more than good enough As for Uevo, you're right, only diff is probably the shine. If you want a dryer matte look go for grey. Some natural sheen, Green.
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Old 11-02-2017, 01:44 AM   #9019
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Imo and based on my experience you won't really need a round brush UNLESS you really want precision control with your styling haha. I think sea salt spray + wax is more than good enough As for Uevo, you're right, only diff is probably the shine. If you want a dryer matte look go for grey. Some natural sheen, Green.
Ohh so just ss spray, blowdry using hands to adjust and wax will do?
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Old 11-02-2017, 09:14 AM   #9020
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Ohh so just ss spray, blowdry using hands to adjust and wax will do?

Yeap bro! That works well enough for me. But if you really want precision styling then get a brush haha.
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Old 11-02-2017, 11:21 AM   #9021
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Yeap bro! That works well enough for me. But if you really want precision styling then get a brush haha.
Oh ok thanks!! Shall just get uevo grey!
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Old 11-02-2017, 01:58 PM   #9022
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hi,
does anyone knows where to get kevin murphy products?

I have emailed them before but they mention that they only supply to salons.


Hence, anyone happen to know of any salon that carries their product?
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Old 11-02-2017, 08:21 PM   #9024
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Anyone using mm chrome find that it gives off an almost waxy sheen when applied

Seems more suited to back/side parted styles
Is uevo green the same?

On days when I'm feeling lazy and just want a casual look, sidekick and blow dry seems to work better

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Old 11-02-2017, 08:49 PM   #9025
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Anyone using mm chrome find that it gives off an almost waxy sheen when applied

Seems more suited to back/side parted styles
Is uevo green the same?

On days when I'm feeling lazy and just want a casual look, sidekick and blow dry seems to work better

Yeap they are both similar in the sense that they give off a natural shine. It's not that strong imo and can suit most modern styles. Products that provide higher shine are usually gels and pomades.
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Old 11-02-2017, 09:18 PM   #9026
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Any recommendation for hair spray to use after styling?
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Old 11-02-2017, 11:37 PM   #9027
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hi,
does anyone knows where to get kevin murphy products?

I have emailed them before but they mention that they only supply to salons.


Hence, anyone happen to know of any salon that carries their product?
if I rmb correctly I rmb seeing it at one of the mandarin gallery salons
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Old 11-02-2017, 11:57 PM   #9028
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Anyone using mm chrome find that it gives off an almost waxy sheen when applied

Seems more suited to back/side parted styles
Is uevo green the same?

On days when I'm feeling lazy and just want a casual look, sidekick and blow dry seems to work better
Uevo shine I think maybe stronger.
But the hold different style.
Mm is more pliable.
Uevo hold is more fibre like.
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Old 12-02-2017, 12:39 AM   #9029
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Uevo shine I think maybe stronger.
But the hold different style.
Mm is more pliable.
Uevo hold is more fibre like.
Hmm since pliable hold means can adjust, would pliable hold products be better suited for beginners? Just starting to get into styling my hair and worried the fixated hold of Uevo will make my hair look very stiff and unnatural?
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Old 12-02-2017, 12:55 AM   #9030
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Any recommendation for hair spray to use after styling?

Check out theprettyjerk!
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