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belliott asked:

29 May 2009

How to get my rounded haircut to curl under?

I have natural curly hair that is thin. I decided to start straightening due to the fact that the hair cut I wanted didn’t work with curly hair. So, I chopped off 8 inches and got a rounded bobbed kind of hair cut, it is longer in the front then in the back. It is just below my chin. It doesn’t like to “curl under” in the back and I don’t know how to make it happen. I have a curling iron I use that is 1 ½ in diameter. Do I need a smaller one? The hair in the back flips out and I can’t stand it! It also doesn’t “flow” together, it is choppy…you can see where my layers are. How do I fix that? Please help! The picture is what it should look like and it doesn't. How do I make it look like that??? (that isn't me).




anca says:

Posted on 29 May 2009

when you dry your hair use a round brush to set the hair inwards. pull your hair back and leave only a little bit of hair out the rest clip it up. blow dry with the brush one section at a time. this should give it volume and the desired shape

hope it works:thumbup:


finezt303 says:

Posted on 29 May 2009



barbipixi says:

Posted on 30 May 2009

also are you still straightening it first?

you may have to straighten it first then add you curl in

but sometimes those jaggie layered outturned bobs can be cute too

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