I'm trying to decide whether or not to cut my hair (as well as how to cut it), and I think I'm boring everyone around me with my endless dithering. [more inside]
posted by PussKillian
on Nov 20, 2012 -
I have long caucasian wavy-curly hair, and I'm looking for a stylist who really understands (ideally specialises in) curly hair. Someone who can work with the natural texture and not expect I'm going to straighten it or blow-dry it (complete masochism in a rainy climate...) I'm willing to travel for a good cut so can anyone recommend me a stylist or a salon in London, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam....?
posted by EatMyHat
on Jul 26, 2012 -
So far my bed is my only effective hairstyling tool. Please help me come up with a better hair strategy. [more inside]
posted by Mrs. Rattery
on Sep 25, 2011 -
Hair and Makeup Experts! Take me, a mid-twenties female, from "looking good" to looking like a *bombshell*. I'm decent at fashion/style, but there's something about hair and makeup I'm not getting right to look my best. [more inside]
posted by Dukat
on Nov 13, 2010 -
I have a "Short Boxed Beard" (as per this pic
), which I like, and long hair which just isn't working. Can anyone point me to some photographs of short hair that works well with this style of beard? Thanks.
posted by krisjohn
on May 18, 2010 -
Keep my hair from going from "awesome, slightly damp" to "pouffy mushroom." Difficulty factor: it's a (human hair) wig. (Hence the anonymity.) [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Jan 21, 2010 -
There seems to be a trend among older women, at least in Baltimore (mainly African-American ladies, but I have seen Hispanic and Caucasian women do this as well), of matting down hair with some sort of oil. The goal seems to be to get as much hair as possible as close to the scalp as possible. The bangs are then stuck to the forehead, and it looks like this is purely oil based. As I haven't yet had the kahones to ask one of these lovely ladies what's up with the hair, I was hoping someone knew:
A. What sort of product is being applied to get this "just out of the oil bath" look?
B. Is this an every morning thing, or do you apply just once a week? Once a month?
posted by ichthuz
on Jul 23, 2009 -
I'm a man, and all my life I've had exactly one hairstyle. Now I'm looking to refine my look a little bit. What do I need to know? [more inside]
posted by Vorteks
on Jul 16, 2009 -
Top of my head hair is straighter than the under hair of my head, which is fairly curly. What can I do/use to help the top hair be curlier? Please save me from my 30 minute routine of blow drying and flat ironing.... [more inside]
posted by gwenlister
on Feb 24, 2009 -
How should I style my hair? 18 year old male with a huge forehead and thick hair... [more inside]
posted by nokry56
on Feb 11, 2009 -
I have very short, straight hair (pixie cut) and I find it easiest to style the day after
the day I shower. I think something about the extra oil gives it more body. When I shampoo and condition, it's very soft and clean (good) but lies flat and has no shape (bad). How to address this? [more inside]
posted by cranberrymonger
on Jan 14, 2009 -
My other half really wants me to get the modern shag hair style
like Brad Pitt's. I have long hair at the moment and I'm not too keen on the change... I think it's too feminine (pink is not the new black) and outdated. Am i being too stubborn?
posted by jakubsnm
on Sep 28, 2008 -
Seattle or Eastside: Recommendations for a hairdresser specializing in trendy cuts for men, despite the formidable obstacle of seriously thinning hair. This may be my last chance to look young, hot, and fashionable, before my hair declares to the world the world "Going on middle aged and should know better by now!".
I have long hippy hair that has never been fashionable. It's disappearing and I'd like a trendy cut at least once before it's too late. It may already be too late. I fear a stylist is going to misjudge how thin it is (the length disguises this) and botch it. So: Who is a miracle-worker hairstylist who can give guys makeovers to hotness?
posted by anonymisc
on Jul 26, 2008 -
I need to know the truth: How often should I be using shampoo and conditioner, and what sorts of shampoo and conditioner? [more inside]
posted by stedman15
on Mar 5, 2008 -
So I always have boring haircuts. Standard businessman cut type. Cause I'm lazy and hate having to do anything with it in the morning. And this morning I realized it is now at the point where it needs to be cut as it's looking, well, like it needs to be cut. (How it looks right now: me1
, though for some reason in the pics it looks a lot less in need of cleanup than it does in real life.)
So I'd like to do something a bit more interesting, a bit more daring. Not much, but a little. I'm kind of in a turning myself around mentally state, and it's passing over into things like this. And you know what style (roughly) I like? David Tennant-ish messy. Seen here
.... [more inside]
posted by John Kenneth Fisher
on Feb 9, 2008 -
Please help me find a still photo of the haircut from this
Regina Spektor video (with or without the little fringe), and/or tell me how to explain to the hairdresser how I want it cut [more inside]
posted by cilantro
on Oct 1, 2007 -
I'd like to find a reasonably-priced shampoo and conditioner for curly, color-treated hair. [more inside]
posted by hamster
on Mar 20, 2007 -
Flat-Iron, Blow-drier... Now what? How do I get that awesome pieced out hair. The stylist seems to be able to pull off in minutes. [more inside]
posted by kzin602
on Jun 15, 2006 -
Where can I get a good new hairstyle/haircut in either Philly or NYC? Sick of my current hair and need someone to say "Do this". Bonus points for a specific person and/or under $100 for the cut for a man. [more inside]
posted by UMDirector
on Mar 20, 2006 -
as a civil-libertarian i greatly appreciated al gore's fiery speech on C-SPAN today. while the former vice-president looked a little heavier, i noticed his hair was much thicker than it was in the 2000 presidential race. did he get a hair transplant or is he combing his hair differently?
posted by brandz
on Jan 16, 2006 -
How hard is it to use clippers on your own hair and make it look good?
posted by smackfu
on Oct 23, 2004 -
If a man is described as having a close-cropped
haircut, I picture a nearly-shaved head. But if it's a woman, I see something like a bob
. It is just due to the shortness being relative to what is normal for that sex, or does it mean only one of these to you?
posted by Utilitaritron
on Sep 22, 2004 -