Eating his po boy w/oyster,petrosyan caviar,& gold
High and tight. Not hipster style.
This does remind me to point out how much I love the wide-toothed comb for giving that rakish look. I have two combs, and the tooth width is ever-so-slightly wider one and it makes all the difference.Looks like instead of a ticket pocket he has a comb pocket so he can run it through his luscious hair.
i love my hairgel in all colours of the rainbow
indeed. it just makes your hair look great. it's been big in holland since the 80's. the colours juat make us dutchies go crazy and we buy buy buy in bulkYeah, blue, yellow, green, red, etc. All in neon colours. I don't think the colour shows when you put it in your hair though.
I like to mix Murrays and Royal Crown, which is a little lighter. Lately I've actually been using a mix of Trumper pomade and Coronis oil.Alls I know about this murray's stuff that it wears like a hardened vasoline and petroleum based. But it does the slicked to the side look pretty well!
Yeah, I never bought the stuff. Having short hair, it takes me forever to go through products. I am finally finishing this 8oz tub of Softee coconut oil goop that I got at a dollar store a decade ago.Is this a serious question?
My wife was a hair stylist. She goes weeks without washing her hair. Well known in hair circles that most stylists do not wash their hair daily or even weekly for that matter based on the notion of stripping the oils.I don't know if this is the right place to make such a confession (although I might have mentioned it here previously), but I don't use anything on my hair at all. Nothing. No shampoo, no conditioner, no "product". I've never used gel/mousse/pomade etc on my hair anyway, but a couple of years back I decided to give up using shampoo and conditioner. I noticed that my hair seemed to be getting greasy quite quickly, much more quickly than it used to. I hypothesized that perhaps the greasiness was a reaction to the natural oils being stripped out by the shampoo and so I decided to give up on it and to just wash my hair with warm water.
After about a week of greasiness, my hair settled down and now, although I usually rinse my hair every morning, it takes much longer to become greasy. It looks good, it feels good, it's much quicker to wash and I can use the money that I save on over-priced shampoo and conditioner to pay for frivolous clothing purchases!