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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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Tease Tips, Products to Use - March 19th 2011, 06:31 PM

So I got my haircut a few days ago, it's short with lots of choppy layers. I really wanna try teasing it to get a scene/emo look. Any tips? I already watched a few youtube videos.

Also, what products would you recomend? I used my mom's white rain hairspray and mouse, but didn't really like them. And what brand of styling wax would you recomend, for a really messy look? I'm kinda low on money, so I can't afford anything too expensive.

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Re: Tease Tips, Products to Use - March 19th 2011, 07:19 PM

Use a comb where the teeth are very close together and back comb about an inch from your roots and use lots of hairspray. Maybe put some styling gel in after you wash your hair to make it more manageable.

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Re: Tease Tips, Products to Use - March 20th 2011, 01:17 AM

Just so you're aware, not that I'm trying to put you off it, but teasing absolutely kills your hair if you do it a lot. Personally, I'd suggest teasing your hair as little as possible and focus on naturally volumizing and texturizing your hair. I would suggest Bed Head and Osis+ products, but they're a bit more expensive. Pantene and L'Oreal are my personal favorites for hair products.

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Re: Tease Tips, Products to Use - March 25th 2011, 10:34 AM

good luck anyway hehee, it took me a few years to slowly get the scene emo look , i didnt want to all of a suddend start so i slowly just started with a toffey hair wax which was only $8 which smells so good! YUMM , but i now tease my hair and use hair spray as wax, buy sprayying it into my hands and working it throgh
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