Asian men short layered haircut and long layered
Would it look good with black hair, or should I get my hair colored? (I've never had anything but black.)
by Guest on Thu 22 Oct 2009 01:33:15 PM CDT
Wow this hair style is nice but how do you do it?
by Knight of infinity
One more thing, when using the paste/gum, use it on dry hair. Damp hair will dilute the product and you might lose some of the texture and hold.
by Guest on Wed 04 Mar 2009 11:00:31 AM CST
Not too sure about the wavy hair, but to separate hair like in the picture you need styling paste or gum. Gel will work too, but you will end up with a shiny hairdo. First, work the styling paste or gum throughout the entire hair evenly. Don't use too much product or all your hair will be one big lump. Read the instructions on the label for the recommended amount to use. This will give it the texture that you want. Then apply the paste/gum onto your fingertips and pinch at the tips where you want the hair to connect. This causes the tips to bind and the rest of the hair to to look wider and more full. It is a really time consuming for this hairstyle because he has a lot of hair that is separated into blades/spikes. My guess is that you would have to pinch at least 30-40 blades/spikes together to get the desired results. As you can probably tell, it is done by professional hairstylist. It is really hard to style the back and top of your head like this on your own.
by Guest on Wed 04 Mar 2009 10:57:39 AM CST
to the comment below
but how do i get wavy hair to not be...annoying? in this pic its like seperated into strands and is sort of flat...
sorry bad description
in other words, my hair stays in like one big clump over my forehead, not seperated like his. also, mine is frizzy kind of and definitely not like that.
i guess if u answer the question below u answer all my questions. hahhaha plz do.
i want to know how you do this can someone please tell me? haha i sound desperate but yeah i want to know.
Awesome haircut...My next style
he's very sexy
by Guest on Sat 09 Feb 2008 01:53:08 PM CST