The Hair Thread - Part 4

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Then the next question will be: Are you accept this trade off - having to repair and maintain your hair regularly (so that it will eliminate the dry/damaged hair look) in exchange for having permed hair? Do note that having permed hair reduces your styling/blow-drying time, flexibility to have a variety of hairstyles and real good volume in the hair.

If yes, you have many options to look at. Vitamin booster, hair conditioner or even hair mask. And just in case you're worrying about the hair turning straight after using these products, rest assured that they will not. Because the hair bonds are already structurally damaged through chemical means.

My hairdresser did suggest to me to go for a light perm as my hair is really really straight. Guess your points are valid and I shall consider it! :)
 

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Thanks for the insights! Do you use it personally? You know if it holds well against wind? My hair gets messed up easily by the wind as my hair is really fine and thin!

its normal dude.

u want a glued down hair meh? so unnatural.
 

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Yes, this bottle of shampoo contains lesser conditioning agents but more of surfactants (yet certified organic ones) designed to remove stubborn build-up from your hair. Personally, I think having a bottle of deep cleansing to cleanse the hair and scalp is essential. Stuffs like waxes, moisturizers or styling products (including dry shampoo) shoud be removed thoroughly.

I am currently looking at either Joico K-Pak Clarifying Shampoo or O'right Green Tea Shampoo.
 

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Thanks for the insights! Do you use it personally? You know if it holds well against wind? My hair gets messed up easily by the wind as my hair is really fine and thin!


Hairspray significantly increases the endurance of your style overall, and holds it up better against the wind and sun. That is for sure. Use it if you really want your style to be fixed in place for the whole day. Some people prefer the messier, more relaxed look. So it all comes down to personal preference.

I understand the frustrations of having fine and limp hair as my hair type falls under that category as well. I've recently been rediscovering hairspray myself, and find that it is now a part of my hairstyling routine that I cannot do without (esp since my hair is shorter and I want it fixed in place). Lightweight hair product, few blasts of hairspray and I'm good to go.
 

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Does all styling wax require blowdry?

I would say the performance of most styling waxes would be ENHANCED with the aid of a blowdryer esp in achieving modern, high volume kind of hairstyles. However, it is not an absolute MUST. I have used products such as Morris Motley Balm and Indians Molding Clay without a blow dryer, and both have given me significant hold and volume even in this case. Its all about experimentation and what hairstyle you're going for!
 

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hahaha true true. gx bro you use PP spray too?

I used to. Quite a solid light weight spray.
But I like to touch my hair.
So eventually I managed to learn and style my hair without it.
Plus uevo grey does have the fixated feature.

Morris motley will be perfect for the natural look.

Depends on how long my hair is.
 

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Just to share with you guys the 4 Local Singapore men's grooming websites for you to grab your hair products.

https://hairppening.sg/collections/
(They have 9 good brands including Morris Motley and Diamon Barber. Easy to use site with good layout)

https://sgpomades.com/
(This is the website for you to shop your hair styling products if you are on a budget. They feature a broad range of cheaper tier brands. I always buy here last time. But messy layout on mobile app)

http://hairbroducts.sg/
(Major discounts now. Closing down sale? GRAB THEM NOW)

https://hervaux.com.sg/
(If you shop hair products online alot and prefer long term benefits, then go for this site. They have started a ladderboard ranking program with good benefits a few days ago)
 

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Just to share with you guys the 4 Local Singapore men's grooming websites for you to grab your hair products.

https://hairppening.sg/collections/
(They have 9 good brands including Morris Motley and Diamon Barber. Easy to use site with good layout)

https://sgpomades.com/
(This is the website for you to shop your hair styling products if you are on a budget. They feature a broad range of cheaper tier brands. I always buy here last time. But messy layout on mobile app)

http://hairbroducts.sg/
(Major discounts now. Closing down sale? GRAB THEM NOW)

https://hervaux.com.sg/
(If you shop hair products online alot and prefer long term benefits, then go for this site. They have started a ladderboard ranking program with good benefits a few days ago)

lol i think people here know better lol
didn't know i am closing down

sgpomade sell all the china bs stuff. lol stuff that will turn into white nonsense after awhile.
better steer clear
 

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actually all 4 site i got buy before. Most recent purchase is from hervaux.com.sg. 2 mth ago i bought from hairbroduct. last time always use sgpomade cuz only know that site.
 

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Just to share with you guys the 4 Local Singapore men's grooming websites for you to grab your hair products.

https://hairppening.sg/collections/
(They have 9 good brands including Morris Motley and Diamon Barber. Easy to use site with good layout)

https://sgpomades.com/
(This is the website for you to shop your hair styling products if you are on a budget. They feature a broad range of cheaper tier brands. I always buy here last time. But messy layout on mobile app)

http://hairbroducts.sg/
(Major discounts now. Closing down sale? GRAB THEM NOW)

https://hervaux.com.sg/
(If you shop hair products online alot and prefer long term benefits, then go for this site. They have started a ladderboard ranking program with good benefits a few days ago)

Actually gaoxing84 make a good point. sgpomades one all is cheap brands. not good for hair de. thats why last time i keep buying from them then stop already.
 
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Please stay away from these obvious white label (rebranded) brands / companies:

Refined, Rock & roll \ Apestomen, Fisticuffs, Getzgy, Undisputed, Ubersuave, Black label, and any other "pop out of no where' brands.

Fancy packaging, super cheap price but poor quality products. You have been warned fellas
 

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Just to share with you guys the 4 Local Singapore men's grooming websites for you to grab your hair products.

https://hairppening.sg/collections/
(They have 9 good brands including Morris Motley and Diamon Barber. Easy to use site with good layout)

https://sgpomades.com/
(This is the website for you to shop your hair styling products if you are on a budget. They feature a broad range of cheaper tier brands. I always buy here last time. But messy layout on mobile app)

http://hairbroducts.sg/
(Major discounts now. Closing down sale? GRAB THEM NOW)

https://hervaux.com.sg/
(If you shop hair products online alot and prefer long term benefits, then go for this site. They have started a ladderboard ranking program with good benefits a few days ago)

One more to the list.

http://theprettyjerk.com/
 
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