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    Hi I have fairly long hair (male)
    It's not really 'Justin Beiber Hair' but I have a side fringe etc;
    It just won't stay in place and I get gaps in my fringe which looks bad in pictures, I've tried using hair wax just a little bit but all it does is give my hair a greasy appearance (light blondey colour).
    Any suggestions on how to make it stay in place are much appreciated.
    Cheers
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    Strong hold hairspray? Matte shaping clay?
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    Just be a man and cut it...


    What happened to men these days, tight jeans, fluffy hair all feminine..
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    Hairspray - but don't spray it too close or your fringe will go all separated and greasy looking.
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    (Original post by Gerrard)
    Hi I have fairly long hair (male)
    It's not really 'Justin Beiber Hair' but I have a side fringe etc;
    It just won't stay in place and I get gaps in my fringe which looks bad in pictures, I've tried using hair wax just a little bit but all it does is give my hair a greasy appearance (light blondey colour).
    Any suggestions on how to make it stay in place are much appreciated.
    Cheers
    I use hairspray 1 hour prior to me going out then i use hairspray again 10min before i go out. This keeps my hair in place.
    I don't like using matt clay mainly because it's really hard to get out of your hair :/
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    Ok thanks guys, I'll try them.
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    (Original post by TheCurlyHairedDude)
    Just be a man and cut it...


    What happened to men these days, tight jeans, fluffy hair all feminine..
    Aha I don't look good with short hair, and I don't wear tight jeans.
    Not the best looking so the less of my face you see the better, and girls seem to like longer hair can't complain
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    Silvikrin hairspray, that's what I use to keep my fringe in place (I'm a girl) and if you blowdry it to style it I think you can get products that double up as heat protection/styling sprays, so they help the hair keep in place once you're bow-dry styled it.
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    If you can't fix your problems with duck tape......You aren't using enough duck tape.

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