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« on: 22/04/2007 16:26:38 »
oh how i hate shaving my head every day. now i know you girlies use some sort of cream, you wash it on and wait 5 minutes and wash it off. all the hair is gone.

will this work on my head? or will i just get burns?


 

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« Reply #1 on: 22/04/2007 17:53:26 »
It doesn't work well at all for me, so who knows.. I think me leg hair is to stiff like whiskers.. lol I can't let them get away or their impossible to control LOL I don't like the creams, but me daughter said the new cremes work better then the ones I used, so you have to try it out and see. I would hope it wouldn't burn your lovely head!
 

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« Reply #2 on: 22/04/2007 17:54:40 »
Heehee. Paul, get your wife to buy it! The till man might think weirdly of you :P
 

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« Reply #3 on: 22/04/2007 18:57:15 »
Paul - before doing your entire head, you probably better just test it on a small area.  It affects people differently.


.........or you could always wax! ;D
 

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« Reply #4 on: 22/04/2007 19:41:37 »
Paul - before doing your entire head, you probably better just test it on a small area.  It affects people differently.


.........or you could always wax! ;D

I too have thought about the same thing !

Why do we need to shave when we can use girlies hair removal creamy joy !!?
 

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« Reply #5 on: 22/04/2007 20:53:25 »
Paul - before doing your entire head, you probably better just test it on a small area.  It affects people differently.


.........or you could always wax! ;D
do they work from stubble? Or do i have to let the hair grow a bit!
 

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« Reply #6 on: 22/04/2007 21:25:13 »
Wax works with stubble. ;D

I'm not sure about the cream....it does on legs, but the hair on your head may be too course.  Try a little patch and see, if it doesn't remove the hair and doesn't burn, then you probably need to wait a few days for it to grow a little longer.
 

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« Reply #7 on: 22/04/2007 21:27:38 »
I don't fancy waxing my head.....ouch!
 

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« Reply #8 on: 22/04/2007 22:15:07 »
LOL....I know, I was just kidding...kind of.  I waxed my sons eyebrows and the poor boy nearly came unglued.  I know it's mean, but it made me giggle! ;D
 

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« Reply #9 on: 23/04/2007 13:09:04 »
I like my hair..but it takes to long to grow long!
 

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« Reply #10 on: 23/04/2007 13:26:32 »
I hate those creams, everytime I use them I get one hairy patch remaining on my leg and then one burned patch somewhere else! I would reccomend waxing it, it really doesnt hurt that much, and I would imagine that the scalp can take a bit of pain anyways, can it? I've never waxed my head, but Im thinking that it will hurt alot less then say the inner thigh...
 

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« Reply #11 on: 23/04/2007 13:51:02 »
those creams smell and the hair grows back pretty much at the same rate as shaving them!
 

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« Reply #12 on: 23/04/2007 13:55:34 »
those creams smell and the hair grows back pretty much at the same rate as shaving them!

No Way! i thought i would not have to shave for weeks after! goes into a sulk.
 

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« Reply #13 on: 23/04/2007 16:31:24 »
Why get rid of all your hair?
 

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« Reply #14 on: 23/04/2007 16:36:21 »
Why get rid of all your hair?

it's an age thing ben. when you get older sometimes your hair starts dissapearing at the sides and a hole in the top...add in a little grey and its much better to just shave it off
 

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« Reply #15 on: 23/04/2007 16:38:52 »
Not for girls! no matter what, they look lots better with hair!

i.e. Brittney Spears
 

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« Reply #16 on: 23/04/2007 16:41:19 »
Not for girls! no matter what, they look lots better with hair!

i.e. Brittney Spears

but im not a girl. lol. sinead o'connor looks great bald, terrible with hair.
 

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« Reply #17 on: 23/04/2007 16:41:44 »
I herrrrd dat!
 

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« Reply #18 on: 23/04/2007 20:12:44 »
I hate shaving my head all the time as well. But I only go down to a #1, I expect when I get older I'll go with the blade ;)

Although I had a dream a couple of nights back. I had a load of hair, more than I've had in years. It felt really good pushing it back and just generally playing with it ;)
Sometimes I do miss having long hair, but mine is horrid. My hair is really thick and I hated it at school as I used to get called "Bush". And because it rains over here more than it's sunny, putting gel or whatever is not always a great idea...........well I guess it depends on whether or not you like the taste of gel in your mouth  ::)
 

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« Reply #19 on: 24/04/2007 03:01:26 »
I thought that maybe one day I might shave my head - but not out of vanity. but simply when I get too much hair on my head my brain overheats - it is always such a relief when I get a hair cut, and my head feels cool again.
 

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« Reply #20 on: 24/04/2007 07:44:19 »
It's not a vanity thing, George. More to do with feeling comfortable. I have to agree with Dan though, i sometimes dream of having long, blow in the wind hair. Occasionally i think of letting it grow, but never do.
 

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« Reply #21 on: 24/04/2007 09:19:58 »

I thought that maybe one day I might shave my head - but not out of vanity. but simply when I get too much hair on my head my brain overheats - it is always such a relief when I get a hair cut, and my head feels cool again.




THATS IT!!!!
Maybe I should shave my head!! Now that's a brilliant idea!! Maybe that's my problem... LOL my brain has overheated!!! LOL LOL..

See Neily That's why I need to be in the forum!!! LOL I learn alot about the human body! Now I can honestly say, "Wait a moment, my brain has overheated.."  LOL! "ask me that question again after I shave my head......" LOL Loves Ya Georgie... Thanks for making me laugh.. I'll post a new piccy... right after I shave!!!!!! LOL LOL


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« Reply #22 on: 24/04/2007 13:16:51 »
I don't think that's a good idea.
 

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