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    Default Thinning out your hair.

    I have pretty thick hair and the haircut that i am going for works best with a little bit thinner hair.

    When i get my haircut, i get it thinned and texturized but not a whole lot, so i bought thinning shears and when i use them, my hair doesn't look like a person who has natural thin hair, if you get what I'm saying for anyone who has tried to thin their hair out.

    I want my hair to be about this texture.

    But mine is similar to this type of thickness.,r:0,s:0,i:86

    I was wondering if theres anyway i could achieve this look or if my hair is just too thick.


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    Default Re: Thinning out your hair.

    I have thick hair as well. I know from experience that a haircut like that is very hard to pull off with thick hair. Sure you could go to the barber, get your hair thinned, but no product will keep your hair straight up after a week or so after going to the barbershop.

    In my case, I gave up on it, currently rocking a modified version of Harvey Specter's haircut (Google it) and it suits my personality better I think.

    Good luck!
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    Default Re: Thinning out your hair.

    I'm also blessed with thick hair, and plenty of it. This is the first time I have heard of thinning hair. It's not something I would consider doing though.

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