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June Herdzina




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herdz41 asked:

23 Sep 2010

How Do You Cut A Ducktail Haircut

I have gray, thick hair and think the best hair style I ever had was the D.A. or Duck's Ass. How would you cut this style?



jod_mets says:

Posted on 25 Sep 2010

The style required that the hair be combed back around the sides of the head. The end of a rattail comb was used to make a central part at the back of the head, resembling to many, the rear end of a duck. In addition, the hair on the top front of the head was deliberately disarrayed so that untidy strands hung down over the forehead. The ducktail hair style contributed to the term "greasers." To accomplish this look, lots of hair grease was required to hold the hair in place. This was still the era of hair creams, so it only required an increase in the amount to make hair remain in the desired style. This was before the era of hair sprays, and, of course, real men did not use sprays anyway. To insure that the hair was just so, the male frequently touched up the DA many times during the day by running his greasy comb through it.

Got that from:

Just go to your hair dresser with a photo of the back front and sides, i'm sure they'll know what to do.

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