04-17-2017, 11:14 AM
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How into their hair are the men here?   I am quite into mine.

I use Pantene Pro-V Classic Clean Shampoo, &, Conditioner.  I lather, rinse, repeat, several times, per shower.  Then, upon completing the shower, I, gently, towel dry the hair.  Then, I use Vasaline Skin lotion, in my hair, and, on my scalp.  This prevents dandruff, and, does wonders for the hair.  It is, basically, a leave-in conditioner.  

I then use Garnier Fructis Hair Serum,  Pantene Pro-V Volume Mousse, and, Pantene Pro-V Volume Gel.  Next, I blow-dry my hair.  

Then, I brush, comb, and, pick my hair.  

I then go about the rest of my routine.  Once I am dressed, at least, in undergarments, I add some Axe Classic Cream, or, whatever it is called, use a styling brush, and, a rake comb, to finish.  


This leaves my hair soft, and, natural looking, all day.

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 04-17-2017, 11:56 AM
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Ashamed to admit, but I've got as many hair products as I do shave soaps.  Always looking for something to "calm" my scalp.  Vasaline lotion?  Interesting.

Does it not leave it greasy?

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 04-17-2017, 12:16 PM
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Mike's Natural Shampoo bar
Myrsol "Rum" Hair Tonic or
Antica Barbieria Colla Capsaicin tonic

Kent Brush/Comb

To refresh during the day...Bumble & Bumble Hair tonic spray.

I keep my hair short so never needed creams or pomades. .

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 04-18-2017, 02:44 AM
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(04-17-2017, 11:56 AM)22bulldog Wrote: Ashamed to admit, but I've got as many hair products as I do shave soaps.  Always looking for something to "calm" my scalp.  Vasaline lotion?  Interesting.

Does it not leave it greasy?

No, not a bit.  Now, I must clarify, I am speaking of the Vasaline brand-name skin lotion, and, not the petrolatum.  Just any moisturising skin lotion should do the trick.  But, no, there is no greasiness. In fact, my hair is dry again, by the time I am finished combing it. 


Also, I have discontinued use of the Fructis Serum.  It did nothing except add weight.

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 04-18-2017, 09:55 AM
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I suppose I would be more into hair if mine wasn't such a pain in the butt. Cowlicks suck. My skin also sucks, so I have to avoid most commercial  shampoos.

My products:

Shannon's Soaps shampoo bar, with an occasional baking soda rinse

American Crew Fiber

Consort non-aerosol hair spray

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 04-18-2017, 11:31 AM
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Buzz down to 0.8 mm every second week, Mike's Natural Shampoo Bar... pretty much all it takes these days.

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 04-18-2017, 04:35 PM
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Quando: I'm surprised that for someone so into your hair - you use so many mass-market products. I think you should try some of the artisan shampoo bars (and soap bars).

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 04-18-2017, 04:59 PM
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(04-18-2017, 11:31 AM)WegianWarrior Wrote: Buzz down to 0.8 mm every second week, Mike's Natural Shampoo Bar... pretty much all it takes these days.

My Style as well HansSmile Short cut and shampoo bar, Simple.

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 05-07-2017, 02:08 PM
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Mike -- 

I have a TON of allergies/contact sensitivities.  I have two rules for products:  They must be bright white in colour, and, must cause no irritation/reaction.  I have, in the past, used several shampoo bars, etc.  I found them to be gimmicky, at best, and, quite painful, at worst.   

If I could find a good shampoo/conditioner/body bar, I would use that as sink soap, and, wash up -- including the hair -- during the day.

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 07-12-2017, 04:14 PM
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I use a brown bar of soap from Turkey.


It's called 'Bittim. It's for bathing and hair washing. 

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