The Hair Thread - Part 3

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soonw29

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So tophair = soonw29 la?

I pmed u earlier, sayin I'm keen. U gave me some dunno wat bs reply... Simi we don't contact ppl outside hwz.
Then next paragraph u say I can throw in etc etc. so is I or we?

Well anw, I don't mind copping an extra tub to put at my gf place la. U hv my number, if U still wanna sell me u lemme know k?

tophair is not me lah.. why would i create two accounts man.
 

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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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Power siol, entire KFM series u hoot. Folding one is for travel use. When I am on the move I use the slim jim pocket comb to touch up the hairstyle.

Just curious why you need to have all the KFM series?
 

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Hi all HDF fans,

I am selling off my HDF spongewax at only $16 nett. I have only used less than 1/4 of the wax as I prefer something that has lesser holding power. (Guaranteed more than 3/4 left). Free postage. Delivery within 3 working days. Pm me to discuss.

dude post at the fashion grooming marketplace, i think will have better response
 

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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. :)

Firstly, yeah i dont know his hairstyle right now. But i am able to create something like the pic below using fudge matt hed extra. It all depends on how you style it and your finger work :)

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Firstly, yeah i dont know his hairstyle right now. But i am able to create something like the pic below using fudge matt hed extra. It all depends on how you style it and your finger work :)

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Nice hair bro! But not sure if you realize that slickback actually goes better with shine actually. And yeah, fudge matte is matte. But it always root down to one's preferences. :)
 

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Nice hair bro! But not sure if you realize that slickback actually goes better with shine actually. And yeah, fudge matte is matte. But it always root down to one's preferences. :)

Yeah, previously i was using another hair spray which adds the shine for me but now i am using oasis freeze which i dont really like it. Holding not as strong and shine not that great too. But bo bian, buy already. Lol.

My hair stylist can create shine as if i am using gel with just matt hed extra n hairspray. I guess is his hair dryer good thats why it keeps the moisture in the hair which adds to the shine.
 
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nowadays popular got parting one.
no parting, once the hair grow out very weird.
need to do consistent trimming, jin chor!
 

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Yeah, previously i was using another hair spray which adds the shine for me but now i am using oasis freeze which i dont really like it. Holding not as strong and shine not that great too. But bo bian, buy already. Lol.

My hair stylist can create shine as if i am using gel with just matt hed extra n hairspray. I guess is his hair dryer good thats why it keeps the moisture in the hair which adds to the shine.

I might be wrong but IMO, blow drying is supposed to remove all moisture in the hair actually. So how will blow drying keeps the moisture in the hair? :s11: Instead, i think it should be that your hairstylist might be using an ionic hairdryer. It will kind of like allow ur hair to be shinier and more voluminous due to the flattening and tightening of our outermost layer of the hair (the cuticle layer). Another might be the hair spray that ur hairstylist is using which provides the shine to the look. :)

Yeah man. I dont like osis freeze too. The hold is mediocre per se.
 

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nowadays popular got parting one.
no parting, once the hair grow out very weird.
need to do consistent trimming, jin chor!

GX bro, u start accepting pre-order for SF bo...:s13:
 

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Firstly, yeah i dont know his hairstyle right now. But i am able to create something like the pic below using fudge matt hed extra. It all depends on how you style it and your finger work :)

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Looks plenty shiny to me. But I still prefer it matter

Fudge extra not hard to apply meh? I always get alot of hair plucked out and it hurts like a bit#h
 

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I might be wrong but IMO, blow drying is supposed to remove all moisture in the hair actually. So how will blow drying keeps the moisture in the hair? :s11: Instead, i think it should be that your hairstylist might be using an ionic hairdryer. It will kind of like allow ur hair to be shinier and more voluminous due to the flattening and tightening of our outermost layer of the hair (the cuticle layer). Another might be the hair spray that ur hairstylist is using which provides the shine to the look. :)

Yeah man. I dont like osis freeze too. The hold is mediocre per se.

Hahah. thats what i meant. but wrong terms used. Yup totally regret on oasis freeze. last time i was using tigi bed head. good hold n shine.
 

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Looks plenty shiny to me. But I still prefer it matter

Fudge extra not hard to apply meh? I always get alot of hair plucked out and it hurts like a bit#h

The first one looks shiny which is looking real good, i feel. But when u looked at the second one, its total matte. So i am guessing its due to the lighting in the first pic.
 

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Hahah. thats what i meant. but wrong terms used. Yup totally regret on oasis freeze. last time i was using tigi bed head. good hold n shine.

Haven't get a chance to try out bed head hair spray yet. I remember their products are kinda expensive though but decent. :) Next on list is silhouette hair spray! Expecting a lot from this hoot. :D
 

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Looks plenty shiny to me. But I still prefer it matter

Fudge extra not hard to apply meh? I always get alot of hair plucked out and it hurts like a bit#h

Hahah. For me okay leh, different styling methods i supposed.
 

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The first one looks shiny which is looking real good, i feel. But when u looked at the second one, its total matte. So i am guessing its due to the lighting in the first pic.

Hahha. Is because i style it in a rush, so i focus on the front more. Wax and hair spray also concentrate on the front more. So the back is abit more matt and flat.

If i am late for even a minute, 1 percent of my pay will be deducted. So money come first than appearance. Hahhah
 

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Hahha. Is because i style it in a rush, so i focus on the front more. Wax and hair spray also concentrate on the front more. So the back is abit more matt and flat.

If i am late for even a minute, 1 percent of my pay will be deducted. So money come first than appearance. Hahhah

LOL. Then u late for 100mins, thats it man. :s13:
 
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