I need a new hair style

  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 20, 2010 9:52 PM GMT
    I can't stop rocking the faux-hawk
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 20, 2010 9:54 PM GMT
    Faux-hawks are becoming trendy in Ohio. If a trend is starting to pick up in Ohio then you know it's dead throughout the rest of the US.
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    Oct 21, 2010 4:16 AM GMT
    Upgrade to the more editorial version, the pompahawk!
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    Oct 21, 2010 4:26 AM GMT
    You can never go wrong with a good ol' buzz cut. Timeless, and it looks good on 90% of people.
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    Oct 21, 2010 4:27 AM GMT
    Man..........that faux is getting on my nerves. Do something. different. It was great for a few months, but please move on.

    Buzz it.
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 21, 2010 8:46 AM GMT
    Lol I tried googling pics of a pompahawk but didn't find very many. Still not sure what it is.

    I don't think I look good buzzing my head... Part of the reason I like the faux-hawk is because I'm in the US Air Force and I wear it in uniform regularly. It kinda pushes the limits on male hair standards. I use pomade so it doesn't appear to be supported by buckets of product. Wearing a faux-hawk is kinda my way of acknowledging I'm in the military but rejecting the military as my identity. Perhaps it's time I brought back finger waves for men.
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    Oct 21, 2010 8:50 AM GMT
    I dunno why guys get so hung up on whether a hair cut is trendy or not?

    Just pick something that suits YOU regardless of whether it's in fashion.
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 21, 2010 9:14 AM GMT
    I certainly don't want the same haircut as every other guy but I don't want to be rocking the same haircut from ages 27-35... Gawd I hope I'm not still wearing a faux-hawk at 35...
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    Oct 21, 2010 6:56 PM GMT
    CarbGoggles saidI certainly don't want the same haircut as every other guy but I don't want to be rocking the same haircut from ages 27-35... Gawd I hope I'm not still wearing a faux-hawk at 35...


    Pull it towards the front, with more of your hair flat and mess with it. A little gel for the first day, mess it up.
    The next day, don't wash it (it's not unsanitary, just run water through it) and the natural oils should make it shiny, and then mess with it again.

    I ended up doing that with my hair and I loved the way it looked normally.
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    Oct 21, 2010 6:58 PM GMT
    CarbGoggles saidFaux-hawks are becoming trendy in Ohio. If a trend is starting to pick up in Ohio then you know it's dead throughout the rest of the US.


    Apparently if something was fashionable in Europe in the late 1990s it becomes fashionable in Ohio roughly 10 years later
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    Oct 21, 2010 7:01 PM GMT
    Tazo995 said
    CarbGoggles saidFaux-hawks are becoming trendy in Ohio. If a trend is starting to pick up in Ohio then you know it's dead throughout the rest of the US.


    Apparently if something was fashionable in Europe in the late 1990s it becomes fashionable in Ohio roughly 10 years later

    Totally true.
    I live about 40 minutes from Toledo Ohio... it's really true.
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 21, 2010 7:07 PM GMT
    ShinyToyTrev said
    Tazo995 said
    CarbGoggles saidFaux-hawks are becoming trendy in Ohio. If a trend is starting to pick up in Ohio then you know it's dead throughout the rest of the US.


    Apparently if something was fashionable in Europe in the late 1990s it becomes fashionable in Ohio roughly 10 years later

    Totally true.
    I live about 40 minutes from Toledo Ohio... it's really true.


    Long chains are still in here in Dayton... I thought those disappeared w/ spinning rims. Yes, I've seen spinning rims here in Ohio.
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 21, 2010 7:09 PM GMT
    RowBuddy saidGet a Justin Beaver


    BAHAHAHA I don't have nearly enough hair for that. Maybe I do and my cranium is just too big so my follicles are more spread out...
    http://lesbianswholooklikejustinbieber.tumblr.com/
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 21, 2010 7:11 PM GMT
    ShinyToyTrev said
    CarbGoggles saidI certainly don't want the same haircut as every other guy but I don't want to be rocking the same haircut from ages 27-35... Gawd I hope I'm not still wearing a faux-hawk at 35...


    Pull it towards the front, with more of your hair flat and mess with it. A little gel for the first day, mess it up.
    The next day, don't wash it (it's not unsanitary, just run water through it) and the natural oils should make it shiny, and then mess with it again.

    I ended up doing that with my hair and I loved the way it looked normally.


    Oh dude I totally know what you are talking about. It does sound gross to let product build up in your hair but it really does help w/ styling it. Glad I'm not the only one who does that intentionally.
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    Oct 21, 2010 9:00 PM GMT
    KardioKing saidYou can never go wrong with a good ol' buzz cut. Timeless, and it looks good on 90% of people.


    I'd like to disagree, I for one do not looke good with a buzzcut.
    However, I got it for Breast Cancer Awareness so its legit.
  • CarbGoggles

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    Oct 22, 2010 10:31 AM GMT
    mnboy said
    KardioKing saidYou can never go wrong with a good ol' buzz cut. Timeless, and it looks good on 90% of people.


    I'd like to disagree, I for one do not looke good with a buzzcut.
    However, I got it for Breast Cancer Awareness so its legit.


    Agreed. You have to have a nicely shaped cranium to pull off a buzz cut and the thicker the hair the better as well. I have some friends who have egg and block shaped heads. They don't really care though because they buzz their own heads to save time and money... I guess I'm too vain or perhaps have too much respect for myself to be that frugal.