The Hair Thread - Part 3

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I got GD, QS and CM. Trying to see which one suits me best. GD so far ok, just that it dries very fast on the hand so when I apply, I always have some strands on my hair.

QS can restyle?
 

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Tried quicksand today. Easier to apply than GD but holding power lesser. Tomorrow try with PP and see how :s34:

QS is drier than GD leh. Personally, i feel that QS works best when you used in conjunction with another kind of styling product. Basically, QS just gives you a matte polish as top coat. It isnt really meant to hold your hair well as the one and main independent styling product. U should try cocktail-ing with another product to achieve better results IMO. :)
 

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Bro, u can try fudge matt extra. Easy to apply and holding very strong too.

IMO, his hairstyle isn't suitable to use fudge matte hed. He is wearing a sort of slick back hairstyle. To be honest, there are tons of products out there that are easy to apply and strong holding power so the main determinant is actually dependent on the hairstyle for one before we should make recommendations. :)
 

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I got GD, QS and CM. Trying to see which one suits me best. GD so far ok, just that it dries very fast on the hand so when I apply, I always have some strands on my hair.

QS can restyle?

GD will be likely to yank off some strands of the hair but its not a lot, to be honest. I believe u can restyle with QS. It basically just gives you an extra layer of matte polish, thats all. In terms of holding power, i feel that its actually quite weak as the fundamental purpose isn't on holding the hairstyle.
 

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QS is drier than GD leh. Personally, i feel that QS works best when you used in conjunction with another kind of styling product. Basically, QS just gives you a matte polish as top coat. It isnt really meant to hold your hair well as the one and main independent styling product. U should try cocktail-ing with another product to achieve better results IMO. :)

True, QS drier that GD but quite easier to apply. Maybe I try GD and QS tgt and see the results.
 

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Haha method of using. I nv yank any hair anymore. When using GD. Haha heat it up a little when spreading in your palms. And the 1 shampoo a day rules rocks. Haha. Hair smoother. Haha use gd/sf no problem.
 

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True, QS drier that GD but quite easier to apply. Maybe I try GD and QS tgt and see the results.
I swear that this is the best combo. Trust me. Tested and proven by me.

First one to do it here also.

QS not good for us because our hair different. Ang moh hair softer. Basically what **** they put a lot strong hold. Lol
 

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Haha method of using. I nv yank any hair anymore. When using GD. Haha heat it up a little when spreading in your palms. And the 1 shampoo a day rules rocks. Haha. Hair smoother. Haha use gd/sf no problem.

Told you so, bro! Sometimes, we just got to change what we usually do and it will turn out pretty well actually. :)
 

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Haha method of using. I nv yank any hair anymore. When using GD. Haha heat it up a little when spreading in your palms. And the 1 shampoo a day rules rocks. Haha. Hair smoother. Haha use gd/sf no problem.

Heat up using the hair dryer before applying uh? And 1 day shampoo 1x? :eek:
 

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Heat up using the hair dryer before applying uh? And 1 day shampoo 1x? :eek:

Rub onto your palms and generate heat before applying. Clay or clay-alike products work best in this way. Rub till u feel a slight burning sensation then apply onto your hair. The styling product will go onto the hair just nice and sweet. And yes, shampoo once per day. It might be a bit weird in the beginning but if you can get out of the comfort zone, you might be in for a big surprise actually. :)
 

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means you shampoo later to remove the wax? the shower before applying dun use shampoo?
 

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means you shampoo later to remove the wax? the shower before applying dun use shampoo?

Yeah always use shampoo to remove the styling products. Although some products are very washable, make it a habit to wash off with shampoo. Because the shampoo's basic role is to cleanse and remove these impurities from the hair. U can perhaps start with just taking a shower in the day (without shampoo-ing) then shampoo at night to wash off the styling products. In this way, the natural and essential oils wont be stripped off by the shampoo-ing. This doesnt make your hair oily even if your hair is oily type. The key is to control and not to remove every bit of it. Do it in moderation and you will be doing the right thing, in terms of physically and financially.

If some products are hard to remove, you can always use conditioner to remove them with much ease. But if you are using decent styling products and a good shampoo, you wont need more than one wash per day. If you find yourself requiring more than one wash to get rid of the styling products, something had went wrong somewhere and somehow. :)
 

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Heat up using the hair dryer before applying uh? And 1 day shampoo 1x? :eek:
Haha. Ya. Night shampoo till tmr morning u won't sweat ma. Haha.
No la. Heat up when you rubbing on your palms.
 

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I don't like the feeling of not shampooing when I shower :(
 

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Standby Kent comb and brush. Missing in picture is the Kent Cashmere clothes brush.

That one help me by saving a lot of drycleaning money. A must if you wear jackets and wool pants.

good, solid stuffs there my man Petiac. i'm intending to get Kent combs too. :s13:

my Kent KFM1,2,3,4
KFM4 is the tiny foldable ****, good enough to comb sideburns only probably. knn. :s22::s22:
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No combs yet. only brushes.
so gonna hoot this **** from eBay,
fuggin' http://www.feelunique.com/ not shipping Kent shits to SG anymore. :s22::s22::s22:

Kent Large Folding Comb in Case - A82T

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