Fashion @4-ch

Discuss anything about fashion, style and personal grooming. In the meantime, cosplay is allowed but if it becomes the dominant topic of conversation, it'll get moved to its own board.
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if u like shopping (1)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-05-15 04:08 ID:/GCXeXxP

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Yes u r smelly (1)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-05-12 04:34 ID:BnlnQejL

Need to buy some perfume at this shop

http://enjoykixdutyfree.com/

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DOn't smoke cigarettes, they arn't cool (22)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-07-27 12:42 ID:LbuhXUVr

smoke roll-ups instead
you'll look better
and its cheaper
preferably with the orange rizla
because they taste nicer, and look cooler

13 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2014-08-26 21:25 ID:Lj2og9BX

Dont smoke anything at all

14 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2014-09-10 20:47 ID:8DMybmfR

>>12
This. I don't smoke (nocotine or otherwise but I'm supposing we're talking about nicotine) but I don't discourage smokers. Unless it's about smokers polluting non-smoking areas, that's not cool.

15 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2014-09-17 14:26 ID:4SeJCBcm

let them kill themselves

16 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2014-09-26 17:43 ID:G8XJBwHF

Smoke crack like a real nigger

17 Name: !WANDER1pOs : 2015-01-23 02:17 ID:Y+U4UzPq

>>12

>subculture

18 Name: Cheech : 2015-01-30 10:07 ID:CU54sBzq

>>1

420 Blaze It

19 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2015-04-17 22:34 ID:n1CGTOs+

tokes one up whatchoo lookin at

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21 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2016-11-03 15:20 ID:/ZrSlyQC

dicks out for Harambe

22 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-04-29 11:22 ID:j1Jb85fj

>>16
hey the niggers are on to something crack is great

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THE FUTURE OF TEXTBOARDS, IN http://fart.ga/ !! (1)

1 Name: THE FUTURE OF TEXTBOARDS, IN http://fart.ga/ !!CIuxRCsO : 2017-04-11 01:31 ID:xjQjneHo

THE FUTURE OF TEXTBOARDS, IN http://fart.ga/ !!

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Why does mens clothes suck? (17)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-04-07 02:10 ID:O41izTIO

I go to the mall to shop with my girlfriends and they have so many styles and colors to choose from. Forever 21 is one example, there are such a large variety and everything seems stylish.

But then you go to a Men's store and everything is so borrring, the style is never new, just the same old generic shapes. You go to a store like banana and sure it's really nice, but you would never wear the clothes in a casual setting.

I like to wear semi-fitting clothing, boot cut jeans and such. Anything that is falling off just doesn't work for me. I'm very skinny, so it's hard enough to find a small enough size..

you'd think by now people would realize that they're are dresing like they're still in the 90's.

8 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-04-08 09:54 ID:Wz5z8iTD

Also, straight leg jeans are another option. I think that unless you're overweight (OP isn't) generally steer clear of bootcut and go for straight leg that fits nicely (fairly slim, but not tight anywhere)

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10 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-04-08 22:03 ID:NSVgI6i8

yea, I do agree with the Hot Topic comment, as long as you don't wear everything Hot Topic it works.

11 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-05-01 08:40 ID:/LgN7CSn

>>4

Cosplay advocate, huh?

12 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-05-01 14:35 ID:YEoLAJ16

Hasn't anyone else picked up that OP sounds like a gay?

13 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-05-01 15:16 ID:Wz5z8iTD

>>12

so what?

14 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-05-01 17:55 ID:p6tmjeYq

why does OP's grammar sucks?

15 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-05-01 21:28 ID:EKvN4392

>>14
Irony.

16 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-05-02 13:57 ID:WqC5hBMy

>>15
I think 14 was making fun of the OP's grammar.

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Afro Maintenance (10)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2007-12-04 23:11 ID:EUHKjMU/

Hey,
My problem is that I live in Alaska which has very hard water. Every time I wash my hair (using shampoo and conditioner) it just makes my hair more dried out. I have a huge problem with dandruff also. Now, I just have totally stopped washing my hair with water and don't even get it wet anymore in the shower. Is there anything I can use to wash my hair so that I won't have this dandruff problem and combat this hard water problem?

2 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2007-12-05 07:56 ID:qCZUEa8n

You could buy a water softener.

3 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2007-12-21 21:25 ID:Edy5vO6z

DONT HAVE AN AFRO IN ALASKA

4 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2007-12-30 05:07 ID:PfnaLI1k

but it keeps me warm...

5 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2007-12-30 12:59 ID:JuiwWzML

>>1
Try different shampoos. LIke Got2B and Frutis.

6 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2007-12-30 21:03 ID:OSunbwKm

Having a semi-afro too, how do I sort of "settle" it down? It's not tightly curled, but it's very frizzy and shit.

Also in semi-cold climate.

7 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-01-01 23:33 ID:8OQqUtV1

>>1 Try picking it.

8 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-01-03 18:35 ID:JbBxOGhU

>>7
I pick it everyday. My scalp is still dry as fuck.
>>5
I think that almost every shampoo out today is for people with straight hair (at least that is what I always see in commercials). I will try a new shampoo though.
>>6
Try straightening it but then you cannot get it wet. If that doesn't work try getting a relaxer and also deep conditioning it (get a leave in conditioner and put on a heating cap with the conditioner on your hair and leave it on for a hour or so then wash). If all else fails, go to a hair salon (if you can, one for african hair styles).

9 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-02-25 08:52 ID:rdacKoK3

the answer to all your problems: soul glow

10 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-03-10 18:54 ID:ZrOpZOOb

dicks out for Harambe

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My hair sucks. (8)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-04-22 00:55 ID:4a8r1JnR

All right, I'm a bloke with thick hair that frizzes all over the place after I shower. I'd like to grow it out like I used to have as a child; back then it was straight and looked terrific. However, now that I'm 21 it just looks like a mess - I don't even like to go to stylists because I find it embarrassing.

So here's my problem. Right now it's maybe 2 inches long. Where do I go from here? Do I go get it cut to let it grow, or just let it grow from here? The problem is how do I go from having 2 inch hair to longer hair, without the transition making me look bad? I'd like to get it thinned out, but only once it's longer. Should I go to a stylist and have it cut so it can grow out evenly, or what?

Halp, thanks!

2 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-04-22 05:30 ID:Q9p/8HWn

>without the transition making me look bad

You can't. Only a few lucky people can dodge the awful transition phase, and it's just because almost every haircut would suit them.

3 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-06-16 17:35 ID:uYekKwME

Go to the stylist. Don't let embarrassment keep you from going there. Cuz, the only person's thats gonna see it is the stylist, and he/she's probably not gonna point and laugh hysterically at your hair. Going to the stylist is better than walking down the street and letting THOSE random ppl point and laugh at your hair. :)

4 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-07-01 01:45 ID:QCqld08S

>>1

OP, buy a pair of scissors. It helps.

5 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-11-29 02:18 ID:9QF4RQ5Q

>>1

Get a hat for the transition phase xD

6 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-12-02 02:11 ID:WLbw6PTu

yup, if you're growning out your hair, just face it. You need to wear a hat or bandana, slick your hair back, or just accept that it will look stupid for a while.

7 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-12-15 05:56 ID:7Dzapflc

>>3

hmm that is some good advice. However- how do I find a stylist- or rather the right one. and what do I ask for when I don't even know what looks good? I don't even know the lingo and have no idea what they're asking me. Like what do I say to them? Are there different stylists for different hair? Help!

8 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-03-10 18:53 ID:SqhSU+9Q

dicks out for Harambe

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acne (9)

1 Name: snapshit : 2008-06-04 04:52 ID:LiWwZl6b

I have zits on my chin. :'(

2 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-06-04 23:34 ID:ylswJq/3

yeah well at least you don't have them on your back, chest and all over your face. It sucks but I can generally keep them off by eating healthy ie vitamins and stuff and by using a weak skin cleanser and benzoyl peroxide twice a day. usually I'm just too lazy and don't care though. I've tried plenty of stuff from dermatologist perscriptions to over the counter treatments and the way I found works best so far usually gets rid of them in two or three days.

3 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-06-07 15:27 ID:YpKQOXAB

Stop resting your head on your hands.

4 Name: lulz : 2008-06-16 15:28 ID:25cYfOkA

dont touch your face to your fands.

dont pop them. they will spread.

wash your face with benzoyle peroxide regularly.

go to a doctor and get perscriptions.

...if all else fails, grow a beard/gotee.

5 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-12-04 11:50 ID:p1hrj4/a

dont touch your face, dont pop them, buy a face wash (neutrogena's basic acne cleanser or the cheap knockoff brand works wonders) and an acne cream with benzoyl peroxide 10%. wash your whole face 2x a day when you wake up and before bed, and always apply the cream before bed. if your skin gets dry, get a non-pore clogging moisturizer and use it every day when you wake up after washing face. should clear up in around 2 weeks, and scars will be gone w/in a month

6 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-12-05 09:34 ID:LJ2J/eIz

wrong thread sherlock, this should go in personal issues.

7 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-07-24 05:16 ID:Psf5UPBz

skinoren.. a visit to skin doctor and proper treatment kills the acne.. well at least it took me a while, but i've beated it!

8 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-08-23 02:35 ID:eSs37GK+

hey how about proactiv?

9 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-03-10 18:53 ID:mA5iE3mF

dicks out for Harambe

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Codpiece (5)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2014-08-23 17:41 ID:23gSGdCq

Should I wear my purple codpiece or my red one?

2 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2014-09-09 07:14 ID:wc74jGEp

smoke roll-ups instead
you'll look better
and its cheaper
preferably with the orange rizla
because they taste nicer, and look cooler

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4 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2016-11-03 15:19 ID:q8uj0jmw

dicks out for Harambe

5 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2017-01-03 21:33 ID:rGYsTSSo

idk

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Favorite Brands (26)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-06-11 04:17 ID:tr4i38MF

Simple thread. What are your favorite brands.

Denim - Levi's
Sneakers - Vans, Lakai, and I also love the Japanese brand Visvim, but I can't afford it.
Everything else I buy is according to style not brand, and I couldn't care less about the name on the tag if it fits my style.

17 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-08-04 20:20 ID:0iytVH9Y

>>16
dressing nice = buying brands (Given that you think the brand you're buying looks nice, or that those are the brands most of your clothes come from)

18 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2008-08-05 02:14 ID:Heaven

>>17
Then you would be buying nice clothing from a brand.

The fact you think that some/most of the clothing from a brand you like looks nice doesn't make "buying brands" "dressing nice".

I see your point, but your logic is flawed if you want to use mathematical symbols to get your point through.

19 Name: Robby : 2009-04-03 08:11 ID:43liWz8t

20 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-05-18 08:30 ID:1x0/zdMc

>>11

Gothic lolita aficionado detected

Denim: Levis, some of the in-house jeans that they sell at PacSun has actually held up for me for a good while surprisingly
Shoes: Chuck Taylors
Shirts: None in particular, but this "Carbon" shirt that I got from Rue21 that i'm wearing right now is pretty comfortable albeit a bit fragile

I also really like Kangol flat caps and am looking into a nice pair of Nikes to match them

21 Name: Shinketsu : 2009-07-31 16:27 ID:SNfgY7G2

I usually wear:

Denim: Guess, Express Men, Buffalo, INC
Shoes: Aldo, Skechers, Diesel
Shirts: Guess, American Rag, Vintage Red, INC

It all really depends on how I feel, and where I'm going at the time as well.

22 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-08-30 01:19 ID:5mrDk6gU

Denim: Levis, Ross had a good pair of carpenter shorts but the butt pockets started to rip at the seams.
Shoes: Whatever fits. I have wide feet so it can be hard to find shoes that fit me. Typically Nike and New Balance have sizes that fit me.
Shirts: Tommy Hillfiger and Nautica

23 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2010-02-14 12:44 ID:CQBPAWom

Jeans - Carhartt (half the price of levi's, equal quality, easier to take the logo off than Levi's) Do have a pair of black levi's though.
Shirts - American Apparel plain color shirts. Expensive but comfortable and high quality. No logos or brand name in sight.
Outerwear - I have a carhartt jacket that's fleece lined for when it's really cold. Looks almost the same as the day I bought it 4 years ago. Also have a military bomber jacket for every day use. Got the idea from the Gibson novel Pattern Recognition.
Shoes - Either my hiking boots if I'm doing outdoor activity or it's snowing or a pair of black keds. I'm not sold on the keds, they're my first pair. They aren't super comfortable, but they're very comfortable and I get more compliments than with other shoes.

I try to keep it as simple as possible, I like what I wear.

24 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2016-05-03 23:16 ID:Uoxo3tUm

>>23
AA can be pretty cheap on ebay. I think people just buy wholesale and resell brand new stock. You can search for multipacks and stuff too.

25 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2016-05-03 23:19 ID:Uoxo3tUm

Some of my favorite brands for simple, well made, unbranded clothes are Muji ($) and Save Khaki United ($$). Save Khaki especially fits me perfectly, but I doubt I'll find more secondhand.

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