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Post by peeved » 12 Apr 2012 18:43

Close shave from exp. eBay.de.

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Post by carius » 26 Apr 2012 06:17

From ebay.de

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Re: Men's hair styles...

Post by Karlotta » 15 May 2012 05:29

Schader wrote:
Sampo Jämbeck wrote:This style was also used by the Finnish.
What site had this pic and are there others? All I can make out is Der haarschnitt and I'm guessing it's a before and after :wink:, but not much of a lead there.
Trying not to be overly literal, in English it reads:

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_____Not like this_________________But like this!_______

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Post by AlifRafikKhan » 10 Aug 2012 00:33

Nice haircut of Oberst Erich Kreutzer, Armee-Pionierführer AOK 16 (DKiS in 28 March 1945)!

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Re: Men's hair styles...

Post by carius » 26 Sep 2012 13:03

Images from ebay.de :lol:

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Post by thepolack21 » 01 Oct 2012 19:22

the easiest thing to do is a) bring a picture, dont be embarrased of bringing a photo of a german soldier ,cause regardless of what the barber thinks, your goign to be wearing the hairstyle anyway so what is the difference. I usually ask my barber, for a high fade down to a zero,and dont touch the top. you can also ask for a low fade to zero, difference is where they start the fade the hair whether its a high fade( starting at the crown of your hair) or a low fade( starting at the middle of your head just above the ears). your hair should be long, the longer the better. When choosing the barber, look for someone who just doesnt do it like a factory assembly line but takes his or her time. i lucked out casue my barber use to be a barber in the russian army and israli air force, so he knows what he is doing. the best products to use in my opionon, are, royal crown hair dressing, byrle creme, dax pomade in red tin, or murrarys black bees wax.

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Post by carius » 04 Oct 2012 06:57

Hairdresser at work (images from ebay.de)

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Post by stupidmop » 05 Oct 2012 18:32

For anyone looking for a good hair product to replicate this style, I would suggest American Crew Pomade. It's obviously a modern product, but it will give you that shine and hold you need for the style.
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Re: Men's hair styles...

Post by thepolack21 » 16 Oct 2012 23:48

american crew is good, but expensive, you can get like 5 murrarys pomade for the price of one american crew, plus atleast with murrarys its been around since 1923 and still going strong so you know it has to work lol. but to each his own, american crew is good though i wont deny that.

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Post by aussyss » 18 Oct 2012 01:34

Here some beauties!
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Post by Karlotta » 02 Dec 2012 07:18

100% Euro wrote:This is my version that I wore while in the U.S. Military. I have since let it get a bit ragged. I think ill be going back to it again I think I looked very clean, and dare I say Aryan. (Also my first post)

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100% Euro — 100% man! Time for a trip to the barber to tighten up the back & sides and then a second post with pics! ... und ja „Ganz typisch Arisch!“ Ein echter Klassiker! Sehr kurz und so männlich. Stattlich!

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