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post #1 of 11 Old 08-29-2012, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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How to fix/stop wild hair?

I need help on this :P But Im a guy haha and I got long hair 6 to 7 inches in length. Now normally I can comb it and it will get little wild at times or not... Its weird haha but recently and Its not humid really either it goes from nice and combed in the morning to all out mountain man when I get home.. How can I stop it from going to mountain man!? My hair is wavy too so it doesnt help haha.



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post #2 of 11 Old 08-29-2012, 03:53 PM
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Does it get frizzy?

Sadly curly and wavy hair is moody so what works for someone else may not work for you. Since you're a guy I would try some mousse - I like the Aussie stuff in the purple bottle. I rarely use it though. Pink baby lotion works the best in my hair - its butt length and wildly curly. If you try the lotion route, put a glob in your hands, smear it between your hands then run it through your hair. The size of the glob will take some experimenting but I would try like an inch long glob and adjust as needed. Run it through your hair from roots to tip.
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And it won't make your hair sticky or gross (sorry for double post... Wouldn't let me edit)
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My hair used to be insane...like really really bad. I asked my hairdresser to thin it, and now that I have less hair, it stays chill. She thinned literally about half of my hair off. So I would try that next time you go for a haircut.

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*cough* man ponytail *cough*....... ;)
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Thanks gals :) Ill try em... I can in the back, the front is to short to reach the back :P Haha



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Thanks gals :) Ill try em... I can in the back, the front is to short to reach the back :P Haha

He's got a mullet! Best thing for mullets:

http://wahlhomeproducts.com/Products...s/HairClippers

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What's with all the hair threads, Seth?
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He's got a mullet! Best thing for mullets:

Wahl Home Products | Corded Hair Clippers
I DO NOT! Its the 7" in front and back... it can't reach to the back cause its not longer than 7" all around! :P

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What's with all the hair threads, Seth?
My head hair is being weird.



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