The Hair Thread

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Sun 16 Apr, 2006 16.20

tillyoshea wrote:Image
Separated at birth?
My hair is black. His is brown.

He's also got a gay-sounding voice, whereas I don't have *that* much of a homosexual lisp, unlike Ison.
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Sun 16 Apr, 2006 16.27

DAS wrote:Alas I could not find any pictures of me with short and long hair to the extreme, so the comparison is a bit rubbish really. For short, imagine it very short all over and for long, imagine it like it is in the picture but down to my eyes.

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The problem is - I like long hair but it's a bugger to do anything with and I know it doesn't look particularly good. Any ideas on what I can tell the hairdresser next time I visit?
I think you should grow it down to your shoulders, Dan.

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Sun 16 Apr, 2006 17.54

Christ DAS looks the spit of one of my mates too. Tres freeky..
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Thu 20 Apr, 2006 18.15

So have you boys decided what your going to do with your hair yet?

* whistles nonchalantly*
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Thu 20 Apr, 2006 23.02

Don't know. It just looks rubbish at the moment, the picture makes it look better and that's saying something... I never know what to say when I go into the barbers.

(I've always had the genuine desire to reply to "What can I do for you?" with "A haircut please").
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Sun 23 Apr, 2006 10.13

I would love to try those Redken products but theyres just no place to buy them here, I dont think. I'd have to hunt.

Are they as fab as theyre made out to be?
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Sun 23 Apr, 2006 12.27

DAS wrote:
(I've always had the genuine desire to reply to "What can I do for you?" with "A haircut please").
Hehehe a few smartasses have used that line on me, to which i reply "which hair?" or "i'll have to charge a search fee first" so don't use that one.

When you got to the barber ask the barber to just trim the length to tidy it as you're growing it ( you are now ;) )but to reduce the bulk with some choppy layers.
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Sun 23 Apr, 2006 12.41

Cheese Head wrote:I would love to try those Redken products but theyres just no place to buy them here, I dont think. I'd have to hunt.

Are they as fab as they're made out to be?
I used to work with Redken products years ago and to be honest i didn't rate the range that much. A couple of products were good and that was the anti dandruff shampoo POW!! Head and shoulders is nothing compared to this stuff and a mens shaving bar they done.

I personally say if you find a product that works for you stick with it. whether it's a 99p Tescos own brand or an extortionatly priced professional product. This especially applies to shampoos and conditioners. Shampoo is just a detergent and fairy liquid will clean your hair just as well. With me it's the conditioner that is important. I need it as my hair is rather long. Most men don't need conditioner but if you do the 2in1 is good enough.
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Thu 25 May, 2006 19.33

It's now been cut off!

Back to short hair for me. Having to spend nearly half an hour washing, drying and straightening it every day was getting tiresome, especially first thing in the morning.
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Thu 25 May, 2006 23.14

what did DAS do though?
"He has to be larger than bacon"
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Fri 26 May, 2006 01.26

I've done nothing with it since, i.e. it's long, messy and annoying; I plan a trip to the hairdressers next week and will tell them to do whatever they want with it. Within reason, obviously. Using it as a compass would be silly, for example.
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