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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.

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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