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for some reason cunchyroll and other sites dont update pictures of meh,,, so i cant show anyone of mines....and i look really bad on cameras ~~~sigh~~~
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umm... are all gatsby products good? such as the technical design clay from gatsby? there were lots of good other clay / waxes~~~ but are they all good?
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Posted 3/10/08
i've never personally used them myself (the non moving rubber stuff), but i doubt they'd be bad
but their moving rubber range is definitely the most popular
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ok well...
1.I've got colour in my hair and it washed out like CRAZY! so any tips on how to keep it in for longer w/o leaving my hair till it's really greasy?
2.How would i keep the moisture in my hair? coz like i use straightners, curlers ect. and i do use Heat protection stuff by my hair's still pretty dry =s
3. any good hairsprays/mousse because mine don't work
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Posted 3/11/08
1. I don't colour myself (I want to...but yeah xD) so this isn't from personal experience, but I say use those colour last shampoos etc? ^o^

2. iunno bout this one, but if you use heat protection stuff etc I guess that's all you can do? (Besides those other products [including shampoos/conditioners] that are for like "ZOMG REVIVE HEAT DAMAGED HAIR" :P)

3. WELL I've *heard* Got2B and Osis (I think) are good o.o
I've only used Garnier and V05 which are "alright" (I didn't choose them, I just found them at home xD)
Posted 3/12/08
1. Use a color care shampoo
either u dyed it urself with a realli cheap store product that costs less than $10
or.. ur stylist did a crappy job. i still have mine from 5 months ago and its fine, non of it washed off and the color actualy improved on mine.

2. dont use any heat related materials for ur hair that often, conditioner is very imprtant so use it everyday.

3. if u looking for a strong hairspray do not get the ones that say 'loose' or flexible' on it.
instead look for a freeze spray. got2b freeze spray is cheap and works very well so go look for it in drug stores or walmart or anyother places, it is not a salon brand. the salon version of got2b freeze is osis+ freeze which costs 4 times more. its made by the same company. do not use herbal essences hairspray cuz all they do is make ur hair smell good and that pretty much defeats the purpose of hairspray. AG hairspray is also good too butits a salon brand. jus look for anything with FREEZE SPRAY in it.
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Oh ok thanks ^_^
Posted 6/4/08
Hello, I have a question. If I want 'Azn hairstyle' what do I ask for at the hair dressers? currently I ask for it to be thinned and looks good when its short, however when it goes long it is in a mess! especially the fringe part as it has nasty gaps! lol, I can't fix it with wax as too much will make it look greasy or the stringy effect which is again bad. I've been browsing around, do I ask for layered? and should I just grow my hair for now? thanks.
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Posted 6/4/08

AznLonelyBoi wrote:

1. Use a color care shampoo
either u dyed it urself with a realli cheap store product that costs less than $10
or.. ur stylist did a crappy job. i still have mine from 5 months ago and its fine, non of it washed off and the color actualy improved on mine.

2. dont use any heat related materials for ur hair that often, conditioner is very imprtant so use it everyday.

3. if u looking for a strong hairspray do not get the ones that say 'loose' or flexible' on it.
instead look for a freeze spray. got2b freeze spray is cheap and works very well so go look for it in drug stores or walmart or anyother places, it is not a salon brand. the salon version of got2b freeze is osis+ freeze which costs 4 times more. its made by the same company. do not use herbal essences hairspray cuz all they do is make ur hair smell good and that pretty much defeats the purpose of hairspray. AG hairspray is also good too butits a salon brand. jus look for anything with FREEZE SPRAY in it.





5 months ago? I always thought that a person would have to redye their hair after like a month when the hair near the roots grow out.
sorry, i've never dyed my hair b4 so i dont know lol
Posted 6/5/08

chinkou wrote:


AznLonelyBoi wrote:

1. Use a color care shampoo
either u dyed it urself with a realli cheap store product that costs less than $10
or.. ur stylist did a crappy job. i still have mine from 5 months ago and its fine, non of it washed off and the color actualy improved on mine.

2. dont use any heat related materials for ur hair that often, conditioner is very imprtant so use it everyday.

3. if u looking for a strong hairspray do not get the ones that say 'loose' or flexible' on it.
instead look for a freeze spray. got2b freeze spray is cheap and works very well so go look for it in drug stores or walmart or anyother places, it is not a salon brand. the salon version of got2b freeze is osis+ freeze which costs 4 times more. its made by the same company. do not use herbal essences hairspray cuz all they do is make ur hair smell good and that pretty much defeats the purpose of hairspray. AG hairspray is also good too butits a salon brand. jus look for anything with FREEZE SPRAY in it.





5 months ago? I always thought that a person would have to redye their hair after like a month when the hair near the roots grow out.
sorry, i've never dyed my hair b4 so i dont know lol


doesnt realli matter, some look good with their roots showing, but ppl redye their hair 3 months or so on average, i just got lazii that time
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What's Bangs? Lol xD

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Posted 6/6/08
need advicee ><
i'm going to graduate soon (from middle) and im plannning on highlighting my hair. I have naturally asian full black hair and i havent highlighted it before. I want to know what suitable colours there are for me to highlight my hair with, with the exception of bleaching it. my hair is thin as well so it makes it difficult for me to do anything with my hair and im afraid bleaching it would make it worse.... so i'm just wondering what highlights if i plan to in the end get some would look nice on me??
Posted 6/7/08

ice_princess16275 wrote:

need advicee ><
i'm going to graduate soon (from middle) and im plannning on highlighting my hair. I have naturally asian full black hair and i havent highlighted it before. I want to know what suitable colours there are for me to highlight my hair with, with the exception of bleaching it. my hair is thin as well so it makes it difficult for me to do anything with my hair and im afraid bleaching it would make it worse.... so i'm just wondering what highlights if i plan to in the end get some would look nice on me??


safest color for u would be crimson red. but brown, dark copper, or black-blue would look great too.
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Posted 6/8/08

booboox wrote:

What's Bangs? Lol xD



pretty sure it's a fringe.
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