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    Thread: Best knot sealer ever!
Post: Best knot sealer ever!

So I was looking around at water based acrylics and came across a product called Acrylic Finisher in matte by Angelus. It's a clear matte finishing coat that was designed for leather. It's water based...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 0 3,072 09-14-2020, 03:47 AM
    Thread: Stylist in Chicago needed
Post: Stylist in Chicago needed

Does anyone have any recommendations for a stylist in Chicago? Thank you!
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 1 3,764 02-01-2017, 04:01 AM
    Thread: Has anyone tried Leo Bond?
Post: RE: Has anyone tried Leo Bond?

Here's a link to it. They offer money back guarantee with all of their products. I've been emailing a rep and they seem pretty confident in their products but i always take that with a grain of salt. ...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 2 6,532 07-15-2016, 04:05 AM
    Thread: Has anyone tried Leo Bond?
Post: Has anyone tried Leo Bond?

Curious as to how good the bond is. It's a hybrid that has silicone in it and it's supposed to give a long strong bond and work well for people with sensitive skin. I saw nothing but good reviews and ...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 2 6,532 07-11-2016, 04:21 AM
    Thread: HC client
Post: RE: HC client

I've had French and Swiss. I greatly prefer Swiss. It's a lot stronger than you might think. You're not going to tear it by scratching your head. It'll hold up no problem as long as when you're removi...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 12 20,884 05-30-2016, 02:26 AM
    Thread: Got2B users? Any better glue?
Post: RE: Got2B users? Any better glue?

Have you tried using a scalp protector? I have horrible reactions to almost all glues and tapes but I have no problems when using a scalp protector. And I get twice as long out of my bond. You could a...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 6 9,713 05-30-2016, 02:20 AM
    Thread: Got2B users? Any better glue?
Post: RE: Got2B users? Any better glue?

You don't want to use ORWG for daily removal it cures in 24 hours and it's a pretty damn strong hold. You're looking at more than 10 extra minutes each day and I really don't think it would be good fo...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 6 9,713 05-28-2016, 03:09 AM
    Thread: HC client
Post: RE: HC client

Here's a couple pictures of my hairline. Including a super close up where I parted the hair away so you could see the scalp right at the hairline and one wet and slicked back. I'd say pretty damn natu...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 12 20,884 05-27-2016, 06:08 PM
    Thread: Got2B users? Any better glue?
Post: RE: Got2B users? Any better glue?

Try Gorilla Snot gel. I have a poly perimeter and I experimented with some different gels. I found for my body chemistry that a mix of Girls Snot and G2B Ultra worked best. I could get 2 days even goi...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 6 9,713 05-27-2016, 01:53 AM
    Thread: temple hair loss - receeding more and more (pics)
Post: RE: temple hair loss - receeding more and more

Pics please. Makes it much easier to understand what you're working with.
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 4 10,603 05-25-2016, 05:02 PM
    Thread: help/advice with first system(pics included)
Post: RE: help/advice with first system(pics included)

Good. You should be excited. I know that starting out wearing can be really stressful for people. The best advice I can give is to just go for it. Let's be honest, what do you have to lose? Just ask a...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 9 13,754 05-25-2016, 04:57 PM
    Thread: help/advice with first system(pics included)
Post: RE: help/advice with first system(pics included)

As for a natural hairline. This is a very close-up pic of my hairline from my first Swiss lace pieces attached with 4 thin layers of ORWG and parted out if the way so you can really see the skin. You ...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 9 13,754 05-25-2016, 10:20 AM
    Thread: help/advice with first system(pics included)
Post: RE: help/advice with first system(pics included)

I'd just start a new thread for the template. Make sure to wet your hair down when making the template. You'll get a better fit that way.
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 9 13,754 05-25-2016, 10:09 AM
    Thread: help/advice with first system(pics included)
Post: RE: help/advice with first system(pics included)

Anty, the only reason I wouldn't recommend the thin skin would be because of his exercising. That could get pretty hot and uncomfortable I think. I could be wrong though.
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 9 13,754 05-24-2016, 05:43 AM
    Thread: help/advice with first system(pics included)
Post: RE: help/advice with first system(pics included)

Your natural hair is still really thick. A piece will work really well for you. You could easily pull off that look. You'll need a low hairline to pull off that look in my opinion. Your temples are re...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 9 13,754 05-24-2016, 03:29 AM
    Thread: Pics of my new piece
Post: RE: Pics of my new piece

Thanks. The sides are fadefaced with a #2 guard but I think I'll use a #3 next time. Just a little less dramatic. I like the 1-2% gray for my age. It's just enough that you can catch sight of one eve...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 7 11,909 05-23-2016, 08:50 AM
    Thread: Pics of my new piece
Post: RE: Pics of my new piece

Thanks. For me I can only use poly sides. My body chemistry breaks down glue very rapidly into a gummy mess. If I had all lace then the glue would be everywhere in my hair from the pressure from slee...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 7 11,909 05-22-2016, 07:45 AM
    Thread: Pics of my new piece
Post: RE: Pics of my new piece

Hairline close-up.
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 7 11,909 05-21-2016, 03:45 AM
    Thread: Pics of my new piece
Post: RE: Pics of my new piece

A few more.
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 7 11,909 05-21-2016, 03:33 AM
    Thread: Pics of my new piece
Post: Pics of my new piece

Just got my new piece back today from having Debbie do a mail-in cut in. I then blended the sides and back myself and touched up a few spots that needed some trimming. I went for the high and tight fa...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 7 11,909 05-20-2016, 02:25 PM
    Thread: hello active sweaty guys
Post: RE: hello active sweaty guys

Ok, so I'm extremely active. I lift 5 days a week and I do a lot of stuff outdoors. I sweat a lot and I have extremely oily skin. I also sweat often when I sleep. I can get about 3-4 days hold normall...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 12 30,875 04-28-2016, 08:39 AM
    Thread: Updated pic
Post: Updated pic

Just thought I'd upload a pic since I haven't in awhile. Cheers!
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 5 25,011 08-02-2015, 03:28 PM
    Thread: Heartbreaking
Post: RE: Heartbreaking

That has to be one of the worst hairlines I've ever seen on a piece. It's like a solid wall of hair. The contour is terrible too.
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 5 24,451 08-02-2015, 03:24 PM
    Thread: Best Hairline Attachment Yet (photos)
Post: RE: Best Hairline Attachment Yet (photos)

Seriously, Baldrich that was completely uncalled for and immature. This forum should be a safe place for criticism, not just for saying "everything looks great". The point of open criticism is to help...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 13 80,462 05-24-2015, 02:44 AM
    Thread: sex problems!
Post: RE: sex problems!

Whenever she tries to grab your hair just grab her wrists and hold her arms over her head. A lot of women like that type of aggression so long as you're not actually hurting her when you do it. If she...
AmericanJambo General hair replacement discussion 6 17,738 05-24-2015, 02:32 AM