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most natural looking ventillation
09-25-2008, 06:42 PM,
most natural looking ventillation
I've thought that for me, I think a spikey front ensures a natural looking piece... as you avoid the whole situation were the hair lays flat at the hairline... anyone agree?

i'm talking in a sense that you don't have to maintain, comb, etc to get a natural look... just naturally attach and it looks as good as possible.

Also thinking a forward from the crown with a spikey front... but I don't want to expose my hairline... So I was wondering if you can do that? ... sort of comb the spikey front forward a bit so it covers your forehead a bit more.

you'd obviously need a certain hair length to do that...

and whats wrong with the old board, i click on it and it takes me no where
09-26-2008, 09:12 AM,
Re: most natural looking ventillation
just get a freestyle piece. you can style it any way you want.
09-26-2008, 08:40 PM,
Re: most natural looking ventillation
In my experience, styling and cut in are the most important things here.

I've had units ordered with a variety of hairlines, but I got them all to look the same with my styling and cuts. I've never had a problem getting the style I wanted, no matter what the ventilation...

Don't worry too much about the specs, apart from colour. But SFS front looks most natural and is easiest to get it to do what you want. #64 is also easy...

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