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Hairstyling This forum is for questions and tips relating to hairstyling, from the trendiest new style, to dye use and conditioning.

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how do i make my hair have more texture? - January 25th 2013, 09:34 PM

i want it to look like this forums/f26-hairstyling/att2144-429140_164037837044994_829529489_n-jpg i want it to look like the guy at the front if you go on my profile THERE IS A VERY LD PICTURE OF ME ON THERE VERY OLD AND MY HAIR LOOKS SHIT IN THAT ONE HAHA HOW DO I ADD MORE TEXTURE BECAUSE THE GUY WITH THE BLACK HAIR HIS LOOKS MORRE HARDCORE AND SPIKY IS IT? I JUST LOVE HIS FRINGE HOW DO I MAKE MINE TEXTURE LIKE THAT thanks guys sorry about caps
   
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Re: how do i make my hair have more texture? - January 25th 2013, 10:12 PM

It looks like his fringe is shorter where it's near his face, and gets longer until its the same length as the rest of his hair. It might help to get it layered so that it sits better and doesn't look blunt.
If you bring this picture into a hairdresser, then I'm sure they can re-create it for you.


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Re: how do i make my hair have more texture? - January 29th 2013, 06:01 AM

Basically, it's thinly layered, and as for the back, it's quite clearly shorter than the swoop bang he has, and to get the spikiness you use hair gel, or my personal favourite, hair glue. You can find it at almost any retail store like Wal-Mart or a beauty supplies store and a cheap one shouldn't cost you anymore than $10. And to get it to look like that specifically, you put some gel/hair glue on your hands, rub them together and then gently rub the back of your hair upwards pulling it out a bit and it spikes it up and out.


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