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#1 Harmeet_Singh

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 08:43 AM

A singh came up to me on the street today and amongst other things said,
"Singh you should gel your dari, it looks messy". Ive never used anything except my kanga on my hair, but just out of curiosity is it ok to use gel??

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 09:18 AM

i dnt use
look my parkash daahda :T: no no see in ma pic
well gel http://www.sikhsanga...tyle_emoticons/default/grin.gif
if u use it to keep ur beard good looking and ro make it harder but only the open beared, then its not bad in my view, but if u juzzzzzzz fix all ur beard with ur face then it look sooo cheeepad ( a punjabi word show that the beared is sticked with the face)
gel can also harm hair.
to give it shine juz use 4-5 drops of veseline hair oil, while ur beared is wet.
i dnt like guys with cheeeepad daarhi :D
plz any body plz dnt mind.

but remember in case of some guys living usa, canada, europe , who do jobs can do it , coz there they face too much problems, and its better to cut their beard tahn to juz make it cheeeepad :D
but indian guys have no valid point to do so.

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 09:26 AM

VeerJi,

I personally feel that the natural flowing beard is the best way. I try to keep it open as often as I can. However, being in the health care profession, I have to tie my dhari to keep it tied. Gel is up to you, i personally use gel or hairspray. Gel or hairspray hasn't harmed my hair, it washes right out very easily and isn't as strong as Hair Fixer. Hair Fixer (Simco from India) I don't agree with, it stains your hair and it smells awful. But don't listen to what others have to say and do it for them. You should choose what is best for yourself. It does not look messy. Nothing looks better than a nice untied beard with a dastaar or turban on your head. :e: or :T:

WJKK WJKF

but remember in case of some guys living usa, canada, europe , who do jobs can do it , coz there they face too much problems, and its better to cut their beard tahn to juz make it cheeeepad :D
but indian guys have no valid point to do so.



Sunny VeerJi,

Please, I hope you are joking. Cut their beard rather than fix it? Please explain.
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#4 sunny_love_kirtan

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 09:37 AM

VeerJi,

I personally feel that the natural flowing beard is the best way. I try to keep it open as often as I can. However, being in the health care profession, I have to tie my dhari to keep it tied. Gel is up to you, i personally use gel or hairspray. Gel or hairspray hasn't harmed my hair, it washes right out very easily and isn't as strong as Hair Fixer. Hair Fixer (Simco from India) I don't agree with, it stains your hair and it smells awful. But don't listen to what others have to say and do it for them. You should choose what is best for yourself. It does not look messy. Nothing looks better than a nice untied beard with a dastaar or turban on your head. :e: or :T:

WJKK WJKF



but remember in case of some guys living usa, canada, europe , who do jobs can do it , coz there they face too much problems, and its better to cut their beard tahn to juz make it cheeeepad :D
but indian guys have no valid point to do so.



Sunny VeerJi,

Please, I hope you are joking. Cut their beard rather than fix it? Please explain.



OH <admin-profanity filter activated>
I WANTED TO WRITE GEL THEIR BEARED RATHER THAN CUTTING IT.
OH I AM SOOOOOO SORRY :WW: :'( :D:

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 09:40 AM

:TH: that's what i thought...
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Posted 10 October 2006 - 10:45 AM

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Gelling Bread might be kinda hard.

But your beard, do whatever you feel most comfortable with. Its not forbidden one way or another, and its really a matter of personal choice.

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 11:00 AM

Gelling bread? How do you gel bread? lol
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#8 Harmeet_Singh

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 11:07 AM

lol you know what i meant

Beard = :T: :e: :nihungsmile: Daarhi!!!

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 11:40 AM

Gelling bread? How do you gel bread? lol



i have gelled bread ONCE in my life, and trust me... it ain't easy... http://www.sikhsanga...tyle_emoticons/default/blush.gif
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Posted 10 October 2006 - 12:19 PM

Ive put jam on bread but i never really gelled it :D




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