LGBT hair?

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  1. illskills719

    illskills719 Im lost.

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    Hey i was wondering what's a good haircut for someone with a small head? I usually just put it down and i dont know what to do with my hair..im tired of it..
     
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    pic? :naughty:
     
  3. illskills719

    illskills719 Im lost.

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    :rofl: @ the editing on the pic.
     
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    ....with a small head.... And you're admitting this freely? LOL!!
     
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    um... i think your HAIR is the least of your problems... how do you even eat? :big grin:

    How is your hair when you grow it out? it looks like it might be rather thick and full - which might limit the kind of "styles" you can use.
     
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    illskills719 Im lost.

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    im not sure but i think its more thin
     
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    well im sure you have grown it out before - is it full and hard to manage, or are you able to style it easily?

    The "messy" look is very in right now.. at least i think it is... its pretty hot if you ask me. This involves growing your hair out maybe 2-3 inches and then using a hair clay of some sort and just kinda, makin it look crazy.

    I have no idea how to do it or if those are even the right terms.. i learn it all from watching my metro roommate =/
     
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    I use their Firm Hold Styling Gel.
    I like that it rinses out well at the end of the day and doesn't dry my hair out.
    Smells pretty good too. Works very well with the "messed up" look that I've recently started sporting.
     
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    this is what my roommate uses:
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    its clay... there is no smell to it.. cept a clay type smell =/ by sebastian
     
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    aLwZjIttERy Per vicis adveho verum...

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    no one ever think about this... but I think IMO, how your hair line is... is very important... because if you go with a style that reveals the hair line... it makes a difference weather you've got a "widow's peak" or if its squared off, or rounded... etc. etc... A lot of guys will go in for a cut and say they want to look like a certain celeb's hair... but doesn't realize that his hair will never look like that because of the hair line and/or the texture of the hair...

    ...by the way... the picture editing looks like someone took a dump on your face... (sorry, I'm just saying what I see).
     

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