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...do you think this guy uses on his hair? And also do you think he has it cut in any particular way, or just let it grow to that length?



I just don't want to go into a hairdresser with that picture and ask to have it cut like that, just to be a) laughed at because it's not cut a specific way or b) taken advantage of because it doesn't need anything yet they do something and charge me loads.
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*bump* nobody knows?? You're letting me down, I thought if I could ask anywhere, it'd be here!
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Not sure what you should ask for but i reakon he uses some sort of fibre putty or wax.
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That's definitely cut in a particular way, the layerings different on either side and the fringe looks cut specifically to be at the side at that kind of length. I'd guess that combined with some kind of mousse. Not a great authority on products though.
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Wax id say.
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All hair is cut in a particular way... even if he had just let it grow to that length, it would have had to be cut in a particular way when it was short.
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(Original post by Spike4848)
That's definitely cut in a particular way, the layerings different on either side and the fringe looks cut specifically to be at the side at that kind of length. I'd guess that combined with some kind of mousse. Not a great authority on products though.
Cheers I'll take the picture somewhere and ask them to do it like that then. Dunno how much it's gonna cost or if 1 place will do a better job than another, never had my hair cut at a good place in a proper style, usually just have it short. Oh well, just have to look around!
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Well obviously that's styled. Show the picture in Toni & Guy or similar - you're looking at £40 probably.
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Any male cut at a salon rather then a shortbackandsides place will cost you upwards of £25. A chain such as Toni & Guy will probably charge you about £35-40, while an independent place is likely to be a little cheaper, more like £30. Place I go charges me £23-30 depending on how well trained the stylist is...
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Well obviously that's styled. Show the picture in Toni & Guy or similar - you're looking at £40 probably.
As I say I've never been to a proper place to have my hair cut - are there any decent ones in central Sheff do you know? Only place I know is a Regis in Meadowhall but I work in Sheff centre so it'd be a lot more convenient.

Mind you if you've only lived here since September I assume you won't know that well.
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