#1
Okay, I have thick, naturally curly hair. Is there any product I could use to make it spiky without the spikes going curly? Like I mean, really rock solid stuff.
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#3
gel & hairspray.

I have very long thick curly hair, sholder length
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#4
perhaps a stylist/barber/hairdresser is best place to ask?

Or a guitar forum
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#5
you hould get it permanently straightened. its like a perm but you get it straight instead of curly...a friend of mine had that done


it eventually wears off though....as your hair grows in and you get it cut again, you have to get it done again...i think....i dunno much about it
#6
why dont you ask your barber or w/e
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#8
straighten it (with an iron, not chemicals) and then put knox gelatin in it. i have a 5 or 6 inch mohawk, and hairspray works fine for me, but if you want it rock hard gelatin is the way to go. just warning you now, though, you'll have to sleep on your face.






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