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chl0eh0pe asked:

01 May 2009

Do I look better with straight or culred hair??? And also any hair ideas???

My hair is blonde and just past my shoulder im trying to grow it longer but its taking its time!!! I have a side fringe (which doesnt stay grr!) and my hair is quite thick. Does it look better curly or straight? Also i wanted to change my hair by getting short layers and a bit of a better side fringe. Any other ideas?

P.S This is me with curly hair...




mikiya04 says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

the straight hair gives you an edgy look while the curly makes you look so angelic. i say go for a wavy look, it will probably look really cute on you. if you cut more layers i say that curly is the way to go, to accentuate the cut. and maybe the bang is cut a little too far over, remember that hair will do what it wants.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

number one make sure you part your bangs as soon as you get out of the shower so they will dry in the right direction

second maybe you need to part it not so off to the side some times hair doesn't want to part at a certain area so try moving it over

and your hair is cute i think you'd be cute tossing the curls up into a ponytail or messy twist


tandomizi says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

your hair looks reallly pretty curly.

but it looks get strait and curly.

change it up every now and then when you feel like it.


gee_jade says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

you look good in both but i suggest straight hair for an everyday natural effect.


chl0eh0pe says:

Posted on 02 May 2009

Thankyou guys :thumbup:

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