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In this episode Brad looks at various hair related questions.
Gel or Mousse?
Going outside with wet hair?
Gray Hair problems
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Brad Graham: Hey guys, how are you doing? It’s Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. And today, we’re going to answer some of your emails. Thanks for emailing in. Thanks for also watching. It’s great, great to hear all the responses coming from you guys. Starting off our famous email questions of the month.
Here, we have one from Donna. Hello Donna, how are you doing? She says and I believe it’s a female. I have fine, curly hair. And I’m not sure what kind of styling product to use on it, a mousse or a gel? I have been told to use both, at the same time? It’s kind of cheating on one of it. Mousse for the fine hair and gel for the curly hair. Well, you know what, you’re pretty much right there. Here’s a thing.
Gel is great for curly hair, controlling it, weighing it down. I mean, gel, I’ve got some gel here. It’s gamy. It’s heavy though. You don’t want this on fine hair. It’s going to weigh it down. You’re going to look like Golum from Lord of the Rings. We’ve talked about that. Can I have a towel? Please, I’ve got to wipe this on somebody.
Mousse, on the other hand, is light. It’s airy. The problem with mousse, thank you darling, is that it’s lighter. Oh, look at this, this looks like it should be on like a cherry pie or something. It’s much lighter, lighter on the hair. It’s got to basically trying to puff up. It’s not going to basically control the hair as much as gel. But you don’t want that much control. You’re looking for volume.
I would say, use some fantastic Brad Graham Spay Wax that we sell here at that shop. But if you’re going between the two, I go for mousse or deer or antelope for that matter. Nice question, thanks for sending it in. Here we go. Next one is, does anybody want this? No, you want that mousse? My good man, Noah.
Okay, next question is, is it bad to go outside, (laughter) this is, huh, I’m not going to mention the name. Here’s the question. Is it bad to go outside in the winter with wet hair? Did you have a mother? I was told not to. It’s probably your mother who told you not to. But I’m not sure why. Well, never mind you’ll catch a damn cold. Second thing is, if it’s really wet and you’re out there. And its arctic Canada weather with high taxes like we have here, your hair will freeze. And yet, it’ll blow it out or fall off, not good. There’ll be like icicles on your head. So, keep in that mind, do not go outside in the winter with wet hair. You’re going to get sick also.
Third question and then we’re going to lop this one off, why does my gray hair grow so much faster around my face?—from Tricia. Well, Tricia, I got to tell you. Maybe you’re half a man (laughter). No, I’m sorry! You know gray hair is the anti-Christ of vanity. And if you decide gray hair at the back of the neck here, people like me would make a lot less money. Yeah, it tends to, you know, you see men sometimes, it gets in the sideburns. I think Noah you got; these are the gray hair, Noah? He’s getting them watching this. Uhm, yeah, they come everywhere. You get them on your head, your legs, your back, your armpits, depending on your ethnicity. Gray hair doesn’t really choose a location. It just chooses a person, an adult.
You can’t control it. Go to the hair salon. Come to Brad Graham Shop, do your hair color and dye. Thanks for watching Brad Graham TV. We’ll talk to you next time. Keep emails coming in.