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05 Jun 1995

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andromeda asked:

11 Jul 2010

Hi, I have thick, slightly wavy hair and i want a new haircut. Anyone got any suggestions?

Its summer so i didn't want to maintain my hair. Its not very long at the moment but I could use some change. And i have a small face, so that makes it difficult for me to find good hairstyles.



24npc19 says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2010

Well, I don't know exactly what you look like or how managable your hair is.

I have wavy hair; but when I brush it in the morning it's a major frizz; so I straighten it afterwards which only takes like 5-10 minutes since I have medium hair.

It you have hair like me; I reconmend getting a simple longer side bang. You can put it back with a clip if you want. have it up or down. And since it's only a side bang it can't really look bad on a small face.

Even if your haior doesn't frizz; it'd still work. It'd just be easier because you wouldn't have to put in the extra time to straighten it.

No matter what the length it will work. I don't know what kind of style you're wearing now; so i really don't know if a side bang is a change or if you already have one. But the side bang isn't going out of style anytime soon; and it looks good on almost anyone; of course that depends on how short you get it.

But if you want something that's easy to wrok with; that you could basically get out of bed, brush, and throw into a ponytail for the summer, it's perfect. What's great is that when school starts and you want to put more effort into your hair again; you can curl, straighten, or crimp your hair and just leave the side bang straight. So it can pretty much work with any style you feel like doing that day.

But remember, what's most important is that you like the hairstyle. If you don't like the idea of a side bang; don't get it. Choose something that's you and represents your personallity. And have fun with it. Good luck!



gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2010

Some of us are plagued with hair that just seems to want to make you look like you just got electrocuted. Here's how to make peace with your hair.

1.Use an organic shampoo. They leave little residue, and keep your hair's natural softness

2Don't wash your hair every single day. Give your natural oils a chance to work their way from your scalp down to the ends of your hair. That oil helps smooth your hair and give it shine. Washing once a week is fine as long as the oil isn't totally taking over your head.

3Don't use too much conditioner! It leaves a waxy residue behind and its not good for your hair. a quarter size in the palm of your hand is okay, but feel free to use enough to cover all of your hair.

4Consider using a light gel, such as Herbal Essences Totally Twisted, on wet hair. Comb hair in the shower while it has conditioner in it. Rinse hair and remove moisture by scrunching with paper towels or a t-shirt. Distribute a penny sized amount of gel (more for longer hair) through wet hair. Then scrunch your hair with your hands to encourage clumping and waves. Blow dry with a diffuser or optimally let hair air dry. Do not touch drying hair.

5Get those ends trimmed regularly every four to six weeks. Trim your hair about 1/2 an inch


sarah1121211 says:

Posted on 11 Jul 2010

i would say get your haircut into a shortbob or something like that. mabe spike it in the back. i got mine cut into a shortbob and i love it. its the perfect length. so please email me or something with your opinion. my email is [email protected]

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