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about 1 year
I am about 30 to 60 pounds overweight, and I hate how I look in a swimsuit. Last year, I wore a shirt and guy's swim trunks over my bathing suit at the beach. I really don't want to do that again this summer, but realistically, I am not going to be skinny in a few weeks.
I feel weird in swimsuits though. I hate things that mold around my stomach, I am also top-heavy, but I hate showing any amount of cleavage. I also am the kind of person who wears pants in the summer, so a bathing suit goes against my usual standards of clothing. If I can find something that is modest and will be good on someone who is overweight, it would be WONDERFUL.
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about 2 years
I have fine, straight hair. Even though it is prone to getting very oily (although, not as much as it was when I was younger), I try not to overwash my hair.
My problem is that lately, my ends have been feeling very dry and damaged- especially after showering. I don't use any hairsprays/gels, and I haven't colored my hair since September. I also avoid heat when styling my hair.
I'm worried about using too much conditioner because my hair is so fine that it gets weighed down very easily- even if I just use conditioner on my ends. However, I don't want these split ends to get worse. I just cut my hair in April and already my hair is a mess (although, I really don't think the person who cut my hair did a good job about getting rid of the split ends... and she used a VERY HOT blowdryer even though I told her that I do not like using heat on my hair.
If you have any advice, please let me know.
My hair is naturally straight and fine, and as of right now it is just barely longer than shoulder length. I'm working on growing it out and going back to my natural hair color. This means I'm avoiding too many products (except for shampoo and conditioner). This includes heat.
Unfortunately, with growing out my layers I feel like my hair gets somewhat matted easily. It combs/brushes out easily, but I'm not used to my hair being long and/or without being heavily layered.
How do I keep my hair looking smooth as it keeps growing out? I really don't like using products because I am already highly prone to oily hair and even tiny amounts of product can really weigh my hair down and make it look very dirty/greasy.
Thanks for the help!
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