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cho asked:

14 Apr 2009

Ok, any ideas on how to do this updo?

How do you go about creating an updo like this-



http://gakcity.com/wp-content/uploads/20...



when your hair is as short as this-



http://agentsmithfiles.files.wordpress.c...



My hair isn't as short as this, but it's still curly, and I'm wondering how it would be done- ponytail, or hairclip to hold it up???



Thanx.

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ihavenoideawhyijointhissite

ihavenoideawhyijointhissite says:

Posted on 14 Apr 2009

cant see the pic

you sure the link is working?

cho

cho says:

Posted on 14 Apr 2009

http://991.com/newGallery/Corinne-Bailey-Rae-Put-Your-Records-350372.jpg



http://agentsmithfiles.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/corinne1.jpg



ok, hopefully these links work!

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 14 Apr 2009

i would say put it up in a high pony tail then pin some of your curls to hide the stretchy and hold it so you can see it good from the front

gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 14 Apr 2009

all it is is sectioning and pinning.

take some bobby pins and grab a section of hair, twist it and put the bobby bin in, the hair will then spring out cos your hair is curly like that, do it to all the back of your hair :) xx

baze

baze says:

Posted on 17 Apr 2009

gbpkid had it perfect...again! Listen to her...I haven't seen an answer of hers be wrong yet!



Sectioning and pinning is definitely the easiest way. Or you can get hot roller sticks, but those are a definite pain. Go with the sectioning technique that gbpkid described!

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