Friday, May 9, 2008

Asian Style

asian hair
To achieve this hairstyle you need a good haircut, a good wax, straightening iron and a lot of time to kill.

After applying your wax, style your hair using a straightening iron. You hair has to be thick or else the spikes will just fall down. It would stay that way in a few hours if done properly and if you do not change the temperature and humidity of the room. Asian hair is normally thick and flat so you won't have trouble with those factors.

Have you seen anybody with that exact style on the streets?

If you say no, that's because it's styled for a fashion look. You have to apply tons of products (probably hair glue) or wax ( like the american crew fiber or paul mitchell dry wax) if you'll wear that outside and hangout by Starbucks. Plus it will look untidy after a few hours knowing the humid climate on where you're at.

Spiky hairs in asian countries cannot last for the whole day without refixing it every so often. I've seen Christian from project runway iron his hair while applying wax to attain a similar hairstyle so I think this one's like that. However, I think you should start finding a good stylist who could at least cut your hair to suit this kind of styling. Good luck on the money your gonna spend to all those styling products.

Go for it. It looks nice. It looks like it got styled with blade by chopping big chunks and fining it by groups.
10 comments

Anonymous Emo said...

Hey) look my gallery http://blog4rock.com/emohairstyles/

May 12, 2008 at 4:25:00 AM PDT

 
Anonymous emukid<33 said...

hey, isn't the guy in the picture Enik from Burning Tree Project?

August 10, 2008 at 8:52:00 AM PDT

 
Anonymous watahgirl said...

hes also a hot looking dude

September 1, 2008 at 1:26:00 AM PDT

 
Anonymous fgdfgdf said...

hot

September 1, 2008 at 1:27:00 AM PDT

 
Anonymous kev said...

dude, asian hair isn't thick and flat. It's supposed to be thin and layered. You can't achieve the same amount of hold with thick hair becuase the hair is too heavy to hold up.

Thin and layered makes your hair lighter and easier to style.

September 11, 2008 at 11:49:00 AM PDT

 
Anonymous k.pie said...

if only you guys actually new enik. soo funny hes on an EMO hair blog. HAHAHAHHA

November 4, 2008 at 8:57:00 PM PST

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i love ur Hair Dude!

November 24, 2008 at 6:24:00 AM PST

 
Anonymous OutInTheBlue said...

@ kev

No.. You are wrong Kev.. I'm asian and my hair is really thick and flat. It automatically stands straight up when short to about 2 inches (depends where the hair is located, if near the front it lay down straight at about 2-3 inches, but at where the spiral is my hair stands at 2 inches or bend a little at 3 at 3 inches) It is pretty hard to get everything to look the same and normal at the same time.. even with long hair it can get pretty easy to get everything to stand straight up at around 3-4 inches, but to get everything to lay down flat where the spiral is will take some glue or really long hair to do.. And of course my hair lay down better when it is properly thinned with thinning scissors.

August 22, 2009 at 11:20:00 PM PDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@ kev

No.. You are wrong Kev.. I'm asian and my hair is really thick and flat. It automatically stands straight up when short to about 2 inches (depends where the hair is located, if near the front it lay down straight at about 2-3 inches, but at where the spiral is my hair stands at 2 inches or bend a little at 3 at 3 inches) It is pretty hard to get everything to look the same and normal at the same time.. even with long hair it can get pretty easy to get everything to stand straight up at around 3-4 inches, but to get everything to lay down flat where the spiral is will take some glue or really long hair to do.. And of course my hair lay down better when it is properly thinned with thinning scissors.

August 22, 2009 at 11:20:00 PM PDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

now HE, is a good looking asian!

September 6, 2009 at 6:19:00 PM PDT

 

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