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    Default Hair Application

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    Hi guys:

    I notice when I

    read posts that list the application in hair, there may be a much higher percentage of success. Also, in some of

    the crazy classic hit stories, hair application is often found.

    I have only applied to the hair once, and it was

    the best phero results I ever got. It was actually on New Year\'s Day, of 2003.

    I even had great range on

    targets. I can see how the dispersal would be better with hair app. Rather than sinking into skin layers and

    consequetly being sheltered from the air, as in skin app., the pheromones instead coat hair strands which are

    exposed to the air, and a simple breeze from walking would seem to easily blow the andro molecules into the air and

    our environment.

    I only tried hair app once because the productsmade my hair very dirty and yukky looking by

    two hours. I never did it again, it was one of my first times using pheromones and I figured skin applications were

    capable of yielding similar results.

    However, reading other people\'s stories with hair applications has got me

    thinking about trying hair application again.

    I was wondering what others thought of hair application, as I do

    not know if my one great result from it was a fluke or not. I believe it it possible it could be far superior to

    skin appliction, as well as clothing application, simply because they would seem to be able to disperse far more

    easily, and as oscar pointed out on the VNO range thread, what matters is that the pheromone molecules make their

    way up the nose and to the VNO.

    Another thing, some people put pheromones in hair gel. However, it doesseem

    like putting the pheromones in sticky hair gel (which I never did) could keep the mones from dispersng by anchoring

    them to the hair.

    That said, what does everyone think, and what kind of results have you had for those who have

    tried (please list if hair gel was used)?

    Thanks

    BJF

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    Default Re: Hair Application

    I\'m surprised

    women don\'t talk about hair application as much as men. In a \"Picture Perfect\" situation with a woman being

    ~3-4 inches shorter than the man, a hug + a hair application = the closest and potentially the best -mone response

    you\'ll ever get. Following that scenario, that\'s probably why men wearing a good phero-cologne mix do so well

    with the women smelling their necks... It\'s a good question. We should ponder this more (if it hasn\'t been

    done already, of course).

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    Its been talked

    about, but there are only a few threads devotd exclusvely to it. Alot of it is talk about the drying effects that

    the alcohol has on their hair. I think a guy with super short military hair would really benefit, because the

    drying or greasyness wouldn\'t affect thm as much.

    The problems with the styling inssues aside, hair on top of

    our heads, especially for men who are taller than women and get less wind resistence from peoples bodies, seems to

    be a natural fit for emitting pheros.

    As Irish says in a post in achives 1 \"Hair happens to be an excellent

    broadcaster of pheros (your body hair is designed to distribute the pheros produced naturally in your apocrine

    glands - the hair and glands appear/activate at puberty).\"

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    Ahh, yes...

    Body hair IS specifically designed to not only keep the body warm but also to trap odors that potentially attract

    the opposite sex (thus the once useful but now disgusting butt hair). Does that mean applications on hair are more

    likely to stay on you longer and work better? Interesting...

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    </font><blockquote><font class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
    Does that mean applications on hair are more likely

    to stay on you longer and work better? Interesting...

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    Yes but

    our armpits and butts are covered nowadays, so the natural way of dispersing our pheromones is not nearlly as

    effective as it was in the caveman days. Hair on top of the head experiences far more exposure and breeze than

    lower and covered parts of the body.

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    Okay how about

    applying 1 drop to your eyebrows and the other drops to the sideburn area and front of your head (you know , just

    above your forehead at the hairline area...
    could be good places?) for application.

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    </font><blockquote><font class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
    Yes but our armpits and butts are covered

    nowadays,...

    <hr /></blockquote><font class=\"post\">

    In my experience clothes aren\'t as affective

    as a barrier as you might think they\'d be.
    Think about it.
    Under a microscope, how big are the holes in

    the fabric compared to the molecules you wish to emmit? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
    Yes,

    clothes trap some air. But also, it\'s not a vacuum sealed space in there.

    I like the sideburns idea.

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    Default Re: Hair Application

    </font><blockquote><font class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
    Ahh, yes... Body hair IS specifically designed to

    not only keep the body warm but also to trap odors that potentially attract the opposite sex (thus the once useful

    but now disgusting butt hair). Does that mean applications on hair are more likely to stay on you longer and work

    better? Interesting...

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    I wopuld think applications on hair last

    longer, for the same reasons that applications on fabric last longer.

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    My mix is usually TE

    and wagg or SOE

    I\'ve done sideburns and eyebrows, frequently, with wagg or soe. Does\'t seem to make

    that big of a difference, but then again, with wagg or soe applied anywhere, I only get TE reactions. I know that

    isn\'t the clearest way of explaning it, but with soe at least, I don\'t get the talkativeness or elevation in

    my own mood, with a spray of TE on my neck.

    Obiviously it is hard to fit a lot of dab of te on eyebrows

    and/or sideburns, if I still had NPA left I might try that. I still feel that doing that is very different then

    putting on top of your head though. The head has more surface area to spread the stuff around. The more you spread

    the stuff, the less weight it has and it does not star sinking down and into the skin to be absorbed. Rather, if is

    is spread out enough, it lays on the hair strands, and when you walk, the air easily pushes molcules out to the

    awaiting public.

    I haven\'t had much success with underclothing application, because between an

    undershirt and a dress shirt (or sweater, its freezing in the east), I still find that the pheros do not get

    broadcast as well as skin app.

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    Default Re: Hair Application

    From my

    experience, the best place to do a hair application is behind your ears, towards the back of your head.

    Body hair

    may be very good at dispersing pheros (in fact, it is amoung the best places to apply, along with the neck (see

    Panchos post)), but because these areas are the ones that normally produce a lot of pheros naturally, they are host

    to a lot of bacteria. This can make things very stinky very fast (just try SOE in your pits), which also means that

    applications may not last very long at all.

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    </font><blockquote><font class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
    From my experience, the best place to do a hair

    application is behind your ears, towards the back of your head.



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    Yep, I second that also. Another good one I think would be for someone with a decent ammount

    of sideburns.

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    I'm thinking of trying a bit

    of AE in the hair on my head ....... would the fact I use Brycreem makes things better or worse ??

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    I've been applying NPA to my head

    hair for about 2 years. I started because some pheromone carriers and colognes give me a nasy skin rash. Normally I

    mix NPA with Burberry Weekend in an atomizer and zap the back of my head a couple times. My hair is full and a

    couple inches long so not much penetrates to the scalp. When women get near they often comment I smell good. Plus,

    unlike clothing apps, it stays with you should you shed your clothing. The NPA fumes seem to really drive women wild

    when you go down on them.
    "I'm just a dirty hornytoad" -Gegogi

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    Applying to the hair, where there

    is more bacteria? although more effective at dispersing mones, brings up the topic (like someone mentioned) of them

    burning out faster.

    That said, a thought about "THE STANK" came to mind. For those of us that scrub and use

    water only it sounds like mones would burn up really fast with the natural bacteria there in high concentrations.



    Applying SOE to your pits as someone mentioned is a good example.

    In this case, applying to hair, would it be

    better to actually use a shampoo more often or soap prior to hair applications when it comes to students of THE

    STANK?

    Ryan

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    How do you know there is more

    bacterium on the hair? I'd think skin, especially damp or oily areas, e.g., scalp, chest or face would be more

    prone to microbe action than relatively dry hair staff. Of course, most folks I know shampo everyday. If not, even

    long hair can get greasy.
    "I'm just a dirty hornytoad" -Gegogi

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    Hmm –

    most of our body heat leaves via the head, sounds like that could help in dispersion (and) contribute to a shorter

    half life of a mone product at the same time.

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    I thought someone mentioned more

    bacteria being in your hair, but skimming back through the thread I guess not.

    But, as much oil that collects in

    our hair I personally would atleast assume so.

    Alot of people don't wash their hair everyday with shampoo too.

    That's aside from the stank folks.

    I'd be more surprised if hair was lacking in bacteria.

    So that said

    i'd wonder if it would be a good idea to shampoo wash before applying to hair.

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    I really like this Idea. I

    tend to get a bad headache and bloodshot eyes when using heavily perfumed products. When I purchase my next batch I

    am definately going unscented. I sometimes wonder how something that makes my nose burn eyes bloodshot and gives me

    a headache will make me more popular. None of the products that I have purchased so far smell bad, I liked the

    scented SOE. Hair application sounds like a good way to go if you are as sensitive to perfumes as I am.

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    Maybe it's because I live in the

    tropics, but, outside of the homeless, a few FOBs and mentally ill, everyone shampoos everyday. In fact, it's not

    uncommon to shampoo 2 or 3 times a day. I normally shower 3 times a day: morning, after my afternoon workout and

    before bed, shampooing twice. Of course, the average daily temp is 80-90 F and 70-90 relative humidity, so you'd

    get really funky 'n itchy if you didn't shampoo at least once daily.

    Also, most Korean and Japanese women I

    date expect me to be squeaky clean. Chinese and Filipina aren't as picky.
    "I'm just a dirty hornytoad" -Gegogi

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    Yea that could be.

    I live in WA

    state, weather fluxuates alot. Even in the dead of winter sometimes it's mild and only in the middle of summer does

    it get hot out. 70s-80s mostly and rarely 90s-100s. Not too much humidity but only really warm 4ish months out of

    the year otehrwise it's pretty mild or cold with rainyness and clouds. I shower once a day typically.

    Yea I

    guess you gotta adapt to your atmosphere. I'd probly shower 2+ times a day in Hawaii too with all that heat and

    humidity. I sweat buttloads, figuratively and literally.

    Btw, what does FOB acronym stand for? I see it or hear

    it every now and then, never picked up what it meant though. If it's alittle on the vulgar side feel free to priv

    msg.

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    ^ i shower a couple of times a day

    aswell. It relaxes me from a tense and fatiging day.... Gegogi do you think its safe to shampoo your hair 2-3 times

    a day.

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    Default FOB = Fresh Off the Boat.

    FOB =

    Fresh Off the Boat. Alias recent immigrant. Many new arrivals from 3rd world countries rarely bathe or brush their

    teeth. I've seen many a cute Chinese girl with a 1/2 inch of bellybutton lint, greenish-black teeth and hair so

    greasy you could wring it and fry fritters. I've seen foreign students whose teeth were cemented in with tartar and

    plaque. If they got their teeth cleaned they would fall out! Needless to say you wouldn't want to go down so matter

    how cute the body. Japanese and Korean FOBs are usually obsessively clean.

    As far as shampooing twice a day,

    it hasn't hurt me. I use a mild shampoo and conditioner and still have a full head of hair after all these years.

    If anything is harmful to hair, I'd say perms and color are pretty rough.
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    How long do you suppose

    pheromones would last give hair application and no shampooing?

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    I'm guessing that, because

    cologne scent lasts much longer in my hair than on skin, 'mones have a similar longevity.
    "I'm just a dirty hornytoad" -Gegogi

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    I've come across some other

    interesting threads skimming the archives and doing random searches.


    One being the pit trick, some of you may

    want to look up if your not familiar with it.

    But given the pit trick, and this thread...it sparked another

    idea.

    Do you guys have any chest hair? I've got light chest hair and pondered applying none there, maybe

    others. But primarily just none.

    Have you guys tried it? Results?

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    I have a bunch of chest hair, I

    always put some mones there when I does up - as far as the pit trick I put on realm pheromone deoderant every day,

    it's a none only product.

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    I've pondered facial hair and

    chest hair, but this morning after I showered I put three drops of AE in my hair gel and applied it that way. Had

    to take my grandfather to a government office, and you know how those are always packed and waiting forever. The

    perfect chance to observe hair application in action.

    Well I got some responses, but not from the 'mones.

    Neither the woman directly to my left, nor her 20-ish daughter next to her, gave any responsethat seemed like hits.

    I even talked with them. Nobody else seemed to be noticing, either, except one woman who was sitting far enough

    away that I doubt she was being affected... we were there for a total of about 35 minutes, though, so maybe that

    wasn't long enough considering the use of AE. AE does seem to take a while to kick in.

    More tests

    forthcoming.

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    I've got a little hair in my pits

    but have never figured out how to get it to grow on my chest. Rogaine?

    I often apply a dab or two or NPA or TE to

    my beard.
    "I'm just a dirty hornytoad" -Gegogi

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    RE: bacteria, read me last post

    on this thread.
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    Information about pheromones: Pheromone Information Library

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pongo
    - as far as the pit

    trick I put on realm pheromone deoderant every day, it's a none only product.


    I don't

    think that Realm has "None" in it. Maybe Oscar or someone in the know can set it straight

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