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    What do I have to use to get my hair like that. Blow dryers, straightners!

    Advice would be appreciated guys

    Thanks!



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    it's naturally wavy, you either have it or you don't.
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    you need thick hair
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    I'd say wash, blowdry - put hair dryer aiming upwards at the front if your hair to get the quiff style, then use mousse (mousse or hairspray but mousse works better for me) to keep it like that.
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    (Original post by thomascarmichael)
    it's naturally wavy, you either have it or you don't.
    ye my hair ends up like this on it's when i get out of bed or have a shower or whatever.
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    You mean like this?

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    Thanks harry


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    (Original post by thomascarmichael)
    it's naturally wavy, you either have it or you don't.
    I'm pretty sure even that wavy hair need a bit of styling and blow drying mate



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    I'd say wash, blowdry - put hair dryer aiming upwards at the front if your hair to get the quiff style.
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      Why would you want hair like that?
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      (Original post by thomascarmichael)
      it's naturally wavy, you either have it or you don't.
      I could do that with straighteners and I have the world's straightest hair.

      OP, straightners, hairdryer, some texturing mousse, wax / clay and a **** load of hairspray and you are good to go, me old China.
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      What wax do you use, if you do use wax


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      (Original post by Tom78)
      I could do that with straighteners and I have the world's straightest hair.

      OP, straightners, hairdryer, some texturing mousse, wax / clay and a **** load of hairspray and you are good to go, me old China.
      Thanks, what wax clay would you recommend



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      lol at people that put crap in their hair.
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      (Original post by ChickenMadness)
      lol at people that put crap in their hair.
      Wait, who puts faeces in their hair. You?
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      (Original post by Tommytruelove123)
      Thanks, what wax clay would you recommend



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      some sort of VO5 clay I think, the hold isn't amazing but it's alright if you hairspray it after. I really need some better products tbh
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      (Original post by Tom78)
      some sort of VO5 clay I think, the hold isn't amazing but it's alright if you hairspray it after. I really need some better products tbh
      Thanks 👍 try fudge matte head it's really good


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      (Original post by Tommytruelove123)
      Thanks 👍 try fudge matte head it's really good


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      Cheers will have a look
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      I'd go for some mousse in damp hair, then blow drying it into shape. Some texturising powder for volume and style, then some hairspray to hold it (:
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