The Hair Thread - Part 1

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BYYYBYYY

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hahaha

Osis is the next brand i tried too after Loreal. Osis is ok

but i like Matrix more, it is better den Osis.

but i wana see if go other better den OSIS

Can describe more for osis and matrix? Like in wat ways its better all these...
TIA! :)
 

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Question, not sure if you guys still remember a website which was posted here quite some time back? Its a local website regarding hair, has pics of different hairstyles and also has a forum for hair discussion s well.
Anyone still remember the URL?
 

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Question, not sure if you guys still remember a website which was posted here quite some time back? Its a local website regarding hair, has pics of different hairstyles and also has a forum for hair discussion s well.
Anyone still remember the URL?
I'm guessing you're talking about this

http://www.thehairthread.com/

I think it's pretty much dead already. :s12:
 

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Another question: sometimes i wax my fringe to the side, top it off with spray. But after long, it will fall back into a state like theres no wax/spray. But if i do too much, its as though my hair kena salt water damn thick and hard type(ugly). So how do ppl, make their fringe stay yet look natural? Please help. Thanks.
Wax: renati paste
Spray: loreal strong hold
 

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Another question: sometimes i wax my fringe to the side, top it off with spray. But after long, it will fall back into a state like theres no wax/spray. But if i do too much, its as though my hair kena salt water damn thick and hard type(ugly). So how do ppl, make their fringe stay yet look natural? Please help. Thanks.
Wax: renati paste
Spray: loreal strong hold
pull fringe with wax, spray in bursts

also depends on ur fringe length
 

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hi guys any conditioner to recommend for ppl with dry hair?
 

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Another question: sometimes i wax my fringe to the side, top it off with spray. But after long, it will fall back into a state like theres no wax/spray. But if i do too much, its as though my hair kena salt water damn thick and hard type(ugly). So how do ppl, make their fringe stay yet look natural? Please help. Thanks.
Wax: renati paste
Spray: loreal strong hold
well i would like to think that it doesn't stay, its cause you used too much wax.. then the hair becomes heavy, and also clumpy =) maybe you can try to use less wax and more spray.

i just use a tiny amount of wax.. i dun spray my hair nowadays.
 

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well i would like to think that it doesn't stay, its cause you used too much wax.. then the hair becomes heavy, and also clumpy =) maybe you can try to use less wax and more spray.

i just use a tiny amount of wax.. i dun spray my hair nowadays.

Okay thanks, will try put lesser wax, hope it dun fall off. ):
 

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Hey guys! Anyone know where am I able to do the hairstyle in 1min28seconds?
 

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Woah, lite, i tried sia, really, lesser wax and burst spray holds good! Thanks man! I always tot more wax is better but im wrong. Thanks alot
 

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And ppl, can recommend or tell me differences netween sebestian shaper fierce, re-shaper and zero gravity? All the description like the same lei??? *confused*
 
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