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    Default Question About Hair Systems.

    Why do the majority of hair systems have the "wet look"?

    Seems like most images I see of guys with a system look like they just got out of a swimming pool.

    Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Island25 View Post
    Why do the majority of hair systems have the "wet look"?

    Seems like most images I see of guys with a system look like they just got out of a swimming pool.

    Why is that?
    I have been wearing for years and have seen 1000's of systems. Overwhelming % of systems that I have seen do not look wet. You must be looking in some odd places.

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    Wet looks are all over the place! Maybe I should say "over-gelled"?

    Seems like 90% of pictures of hair systems look damp. You never noticed?

    It's one of the frustrating things about systems to me when I've looked around. The constant wetness in appearance.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one noticing this wet trend thing. Hey, if you like it, that's great. I'm not judging at all. I was just wondering why it is so prevalent.

    Look at these pictures. I'd say most of the sample pictures are wet-look in nature. This page shows exactly what I mean.

    Yeah, some dry looks among the selections but many, many over-gelled wet looks.

    http://www.northwestlace.com/Photos.html
    Last edited by Island25; 03-10-2014 at 02:48 PM. Reason: added content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Island25 View Post
    Wet looks are all over the place! Maybe I should say "over-gelled"?

    Seems like 90% of pictures of hair systems look damp. You never noticed?

    It's one of the frustrating things about systems to me when I've looked around. The constant wetness in appearance.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one noticing this wet trend thing. Hey, if you like it, that's great. I'm not judging at all. I was just wondering why it is so prevalent.
    I do not have the "wet look" and the overwhelming pieces that I have seen are not "wet." Guys with their own hair sometimes go " wet look," some do not. It is just an option. No reason to be frustrated. You can go "dry." No one will care either way.

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