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i hate to break it to you....but that is not a pompadour.

hence the "quasi-pomp"

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This is my Quasi-Pomp.

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hey thread,

stop slangin false terms around

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This is my Quasi-Pomp.

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hey thread,

stop slangin false terms around

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new cut. fukd up the colors so you can see it better. skin is fucked since i have been eating garbage lately hahahahahahahahhaahaaa..

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This is my Quasi-Pomp. I'm getting my hair cut in a week and was only planning on getting the sides and back shortened while mostly leaving the top, but I am open to other styles if anyone has suggestions. I will not use hair products though, I'm in college and barely have enough time for sleep, much less hair care.

if you barely have time to comb your hair or sleep, then you are doing college wrong.

leave your eyeball shirt at home. drink bad lite beer. go have sex with an 18 year old while you can. do some psychedelics.

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leave your eyeball shirt at home. drink bad lite beer. go have sex with an 18 year old while you can. do some psychedelics.

That's why I don't sleep or take 10 minutes on my hair

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your hair is your headsuit. Glad to see articipation in this thread other than stuntastic

stunt: tell me who does your hair. Over shitty SJ hair-dos

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Every man should know how to cut his own hair by himself when the need arises. Rock a #2 length clip with an electric razor, buzz it all off and see how your hair grows back, have a female friend do the details and trimming for areas that are difficult on your own (behind ears, neck, etc). The lack of maintenance is quite liberating.

I shaved my hair in August and am growing it out for a comb-over style, similar to the styles in Mad Men. I will get a stylist to cut the sides and back once my hair starts pulling 'hockey hair' maneuvers on its own, however. Top will be left long!

I find this cut is very versatile as you can slick it back for a conservative look at work (if you have a white collar job), and easily transitions to casual/messy looks for going out/leisure time will still looking respectable.

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Nah

I like going to the salon, getting served hoji cha, browsing through mens club/popye/men's nonno, falling asleep, finished off with hair tonic, a scalp massage and a shoulder rub.

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I've been cutting my own hair for 2 years now, 4 blended down on the sides and i use scissors on top.

If only I had a place around me that would do that DaBestSpoona, it sucks being on campus where all the hair salons suck.

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Nah

I like going to the salon, getting served hoji cha, browsing through mens club/popye/men's nonno, falling asleep, finished off with hair tonic, a scalp massage and a shoulder rub.

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new shit same old shit (need to start combing like e0d)

this looks really good, better than mine imo. i went too short on the sides since i was copying cole mohr's hair in this one hysteric glamour shoot, but it looks ok when i comb it

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what product do you guys think David Lynch uses in his hair?

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I wash my hair about once a month and it has that sort of volume 3 days after a wash, but it doesn't have that sort of shimmer that his has. I occasionally run a little olive oil through it but that weighs it down too much.

any thoughts?

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I've been cutting my own hair for 2 years now, 4 blended down on the sides and i use scissors on top.

If only I had a place around me that would do that DaBestSpoona, it sucks being on campus where all the hair salons suck.

how do you blend down smoothly, especially in the back? any tips/tricks 'cause that shit is hard for me

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you sound smelly

please refer to username.

no but really, hot water in the shower is enough to remove 90% of hair plaque. 10% essential oils is the hotness.

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how do you blend down smoothly, especially in the back? any tips/tricks 'cause that shit is hard for me

I can't answer for him, but this is what I do (did tonight):

go from #6 on the sides of the top, feeling with my hand so that it is even all around. then I go to 5, 4, 3, 2, 1; making sure I overlap on each section so that they meld. It really isn't that hard after you've done it once.

Get your best-friend/girlfriend/mom to trim back sideburns, or buy a mirror and do it yourself. Being totally independent if very liberating (in an obvious sense).

First time I did it it took 3 hours. Second time, it took like 15 minutes.

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so quick question, are servo and e0d hairstyle only manageable with thick hair? going in for a haircut tomorrow and i imagined it be similar to e0d's cut (looks like short on the side (2?)) and top left long. However, my hair is very coarse and thin. Asian hair concept (0)--has no volume.

what do do??:eek:

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Nah

I like going to the salon, getting served hoji cha, browsing through mens club/popye/men's nonno, falling asleep, finished off with hair tonic, a scalp massage and a shoulder rub.

Quintessential Japanese haircut experience.

Safari magazine works too.

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