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    Hairstyle Help (Again...)

    I must be boring you with these constant hair requests but I really do suffer from from some sort of hair disease. It's madness!! Anyways, I'm posting a picture of my ugly mug/hair naturally; can anyone assist me in a style that would suit my face shape, requires minimal maintainance and looks awesome? Products wouldn't go amiss either. Cheers https://m.facebook.com/home.php?_rdr...00003335370585

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    I'm not on FB mate. Could you post a pic, or a link I can access?

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    Does that work at all?

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    Yeah.

    If you want something low maintenance, then just keep it simple imo. Clippered short in the sides and back, then get your hairdresser to cut loads of texture into the top. Get a matt clay and mess the top up into a bit of a textured thing. Something like this.....



    Simple and masculine. I used to wear my hair like this. Got a side part thing going on now.

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    Thanks Nat. That was quite helpful. Just to clarify, what exactly do you mean by "texture" in the top?

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    Rather than cutting the hair on the top in a straight line, the hairdresser will kind of cut into the hair (I think it's called point cutting, but not 100% sure). Basically, instead of your hair being all one length on top, it is a variety of lengths, which gives the appearance of texture. It works well with slightly messier styles. That make sense?

    A decent hairdresser will know what your on about. Just find something you like, take along a pic, and chat to them about your requirements a little bit.

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    Brilliant. I get you now. Thanks gor the input, I'll try and get that done ASAP

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    No worries. Let us know how you get on

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    hello guys i dont wanna create new thread.. solet me use this one
    any ideas what i can do with my hair?
    picture from Nat is good i wear similiar... but i must have rly short hair becouse my hairs are so curly
    any ideas? i checked some hairstyles on this site.. i tried them and failed

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