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Old 09-21-2008, 07:44 PM   #1
 
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i've been hearing the rave reviews about kccc and looking at quite a few "how to" videos for using it. the results look nice, on girls. i thought about it and i just can't see myself having my hair like that or any guy for that matter. so im thinking that product if pretty much for women.

so ladies what do you think. could a guy pull off the kccc look?

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Old 09-21-2008, 08:36 PM   #2
 
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I guess it depends on the girl. I like my natural men w/ long hair all wild like Maxwell. Maybe somebody'll sell you a sample and you can give it a try.
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i could see it if his hair was maybe a few inches long and he used it to define the waves or coils in it. Personally. I could not date a guy that had a big fro one day and then have defined curls down his back the next day. Me and my boo cannot go around with the same hair style like that
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I guess it depends on the girl. I like my natural men w/ long hair all wild like Maxwell. Maybe somebody'll sell you a sample and you can give it a try.

i understand the look ur talkin about. i rock the wild fro pretty often myself (today actually, lol). but from what i have seen, that is not the results you get when using kccc, unless you can show me other wise

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i could see it if his hair was maybe a few inches long and he used it to define the waves or coils in it. Personally. I could not date a guy that had a big fro one day and then have defined curls down his back the next day. Me and my boo cannot go around with the same hair style like that

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I have seen guys use the product and you wouldn't know unless you asked them. KCCC is like gel, everyone uses it differently for a different look. I think as a guy you would style your hair differently and use a different amount.
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i could see it if his hair was maybe a few inches long and he used it to define the waves or coils in it. Personally. I could not date a guy that had a big fro one day and then have defined curls down his back the next day. Me and my boo cannot go around with the same hair style like that
Ok this right here killed me!

I can't really decide if I'd like it on a guy or not. I guess it would depend on the guy in question. However, I do think KCCC is geared towards women. I mean, it is in a pink and white jar.

OP I love your hair! I wish I saw more men wearing their curls.
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I could see it on a guy in a curly afro, which is how I wear it. Put it on and do some headshaking in the shower to get it to clump and look wild. As long as the hair is going up and out, and not down, I think it would look masculine enough for me.
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i've been hearing the rave reviews about kccc and looking at quite a few "how to" videos for using it. the results look nice, on girls. i thought about it and i just can't see myself having my hair like that or any guy for that matter. so im thinking that product if pretty much for women.

so ladies what do you think. could a guy pull off the kccc look?
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I don't think that you need KCCC personally. But if you want a sample PM me and I will send you one. Like many of the other ladies that have responded, I love the wild, tossled look of Maxwell or Lenny Kravitz. More guys should sport their curls.
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I wouldn't want my guy to have perfect ringlets, but I love fros (and locks) on men. I prefer the wild chunky look (a la Maxwell before he cut it).

Loving your avatar picture, BTW...why are you trying to change your hair? What are you using on it now?
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Wait a minute, it sounds like some of you wouldn't date a guy with certain types of curly hair... I mean some people don't have to use products like KKKC for ringlets. What about the guys that don't need it. Some of you wouldn't date them?

I mean we are talking about guys here.. Some I know don't care and use whatever is in the bathroom at that time. Doesn't matter on who it is for as long as it gets the job done.

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I think it would depend on how you use it, the more I use - the more definition I get. When I want a less polished look, I go heavy on the Knot Today, and only use a little KCCC, or none at all...
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Malaika: oh,ok... i didn't know it could be used that way. i thought it was only for that dangly curly look that i have seen.

kaymoore: what does "PM" mean?

KayC: i don't want to change my hair, juss wondering about kccc because i been hearing about it so much. but i've only seen women use it and the look i've seen looks feminine to me. im cool with my fro n will continue to rock it. juss sometimes i feel like i need a change, without that change being cutting my hair, which is a battle i deal with from time to time. im just not used to having all this hair to take care of, lol.
right now im just using regular shampoo, pantene pro-v r&n n sunsilk captivating curls. ohh...and hair mayonnaise when my hair feels dry

LKahmil: i can't exactly speak for them. but i think that they mean that they would not be hip to a guy wearing his hair in the style that i referencing to as a result of using kccc. if their hair was like that naturally i don't think it would be a problem. they like a guys hair not too look so "put together."


this is what im talking about i always see when women use kccc. it look really nice on her. but i can't picture this on myself or any guy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7-Eso_bcD4
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this is what im talking about i always see when women use kccc. it look really nice on her. but i can't picture this on myself or any guy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7-Eso_bcD4
well, i can tell you for a fact that your hair wouldn't look like hers. i mentioned before that your texture hair is VERY similar to my boyfriends.
i talked him into letting me put some in his hair one day. he had no idea what i was doing.
but, it actually came out really good! i didn't use much at all, mainly because i running out, but turned out to be a good thing, because he has so much definition in his curls as it is.
and i end up pulling it back into a pony tail. i was surprised he liked it too, considering that he wears cornrows or plaits all year long.

ps..its funny you posted her youtube, cause i just found her channel a few days ago!
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Malaika: oh,ok... i didn't know it could be used that way. i thought it was only for that dangly curly look that i have seen.

kaymoore: what does "PM" mean?

KayC: i don't want to change my hair, juss wondering about kccc because i been hearing about it so much. but i've only seen women use it and the look i've seen looks feminine to me. im cool with my fro n will continue to rock it. juss sometimes i feel like i need a change, without that change being cutting my hair, which is a battle i deal with from time to time. im just not used to having all this hair to take care of, lol.
right now im just using regular shampoo, pantene pro-v r&n n sunsilk captivating curls. ohh...and hair mayonnaise when my hair feels dry

LKahmil: i can't exactly speak for them. but i think that they mean that they would not be hip to a guy wearing his hair in the style that i referencing to as a result of using kccc. if their hair was like that naturally i don't think it would be a problem. they like a guys hair not too look so "put together."


this is what im talking about i always see when women use kccc. it look really nice on her. but i can't picture this on myself or any guy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7-Eso_bcD4


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from the pics ive seen, i dont think id like your hair with KCCC. i mean your hair would look nice, but in my opinon the overall look would be too feminine.
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Wait a minute, it sounds like some of you wouldn't date a guy with certain types of curly hair... I mean some people don't have to use products like KKKC for ringlets. What about the guys that don't need it. Some of you wouldn't date them?
Nope, I wouldn't. I'm sure some women would but I'm not attracted to men w/ ringlets.lol
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Wait a minute, it sounds like some of you wouldn't date a guy with certain types of curly hair... I mean some people don't have to use products like KKKC for ringlets. What about the guys that don't need it. Some of you wouldn't date them?

I mean we are talking about guys here.. Some I know don't care and use whatever is in the bathroom at that time. Doesn't matter on who it is for as long as it gets the job done.
For me, it's not necessarily the curl type, it would be the long ringlets of hair. I would also not want to date a guy with long relaxed hair. Or very long dreads. I'm just not into guys with long hair, especially longer than mine lol. I also would not want to date someone prettier than me, so it's not just hair. We all have our preferences.

When I say not date, I mean, I would not be attracted to them right off the bat, not that I would just automatically dismiss them, but their curly ringlets hanging down their back would not be something that would attract me to them.
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Wait a minute, it sounds like some of you wouldn't date a guy with certain types of curly hair... I mean some people don't have to use products like KKKC for ringlets. What about the guys that don't need it. Some of you wouldn't date them?
If a man has natural ringlets (no chemicals), it would depend on his total look. If he's a "prettyboy", he's not my type. Personally, I'm not attracted to men with long hair. I definitely stay away from those with ponytails. I have noticed that some men with long hair (or long fingernails) have some odd ways about them that I can't relate to.
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If a man has natural ringlets (no chemicals), it would depend on his total look. If he's a "prettyboy", he's not my type. Personally, I'm not attracted to men with long hair. I definitely stay away from those with ponytails. I have noticed that some men with long hair (or long fingernails) have some odd ways about them that I can't relate to.
i totally agree. i cant get with a man with a relaxer (no matter the length) or a man with long fingernails. and ive yet to encounter a man with kinks to curls ringlets, but i probably wouldnt give him the time of day either.
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