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brooklynthegreat asked:

16 Apr 2010

Ideas for hair?

So I have a dance coming up and I would like some help on picking a hairstyle for it. I have thin(ish) hair and it's fairly long. And I also have longer side bangs.Help. please? (: This is just to give you an idea of my hair style/length..



juicystar07 says:

Posted on 16 Apr 2010

I found this great look in Seventeen and i wore it to my aunt's wedding. I got a lot of compliments on it.

1. For straight or wavy hair, hold a curling iron vertically, and curl small sections at a time, carefully rolling the iron away from your face. For curly hair, apply a frizz-fighting cream to damp strands and air-dry, then use a curling iron for touch-ups.

2.Lift pieces at the top of your head and tease toward the roots to create height. Do this in small sections, spraying each with hairspray so they don't fall. When you have enough volume, gently comb back the top layer to smooth over any knots.

3.Gather all of your hair into a low side pony, positioning it just behind your ear. Secure with an invisible elastic. Finish the look by tying a colorful ribbon in a bow around the elastic, then pulling a few wispy pieces out to frame your face.

Try these products!!!

Anti-Frizz Cream: Tresemmé Smooth Anti-Frizz Secret Smoothing Creme, $5, drugstores

Curling Iron: Hot Tools Pink Titanium Curling Iron, $52,

Invisible Elastics: Goody Colour Collection Ouchless Elastics, $4 for a pack of 10, drugstores

Volumizing Hairspray: Aussie Aussome Volume Hairspray, $4, drugstores

p.s. the picture of this hairstyle is my profile pic.



gbpkid says:

Posted on 18 Apr 2010

Curly half up half down.

It will never go out of style, its pretty and very very gorgeous, just google "curly half up half down hair" for more pictures... ill include one (: ox

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