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darciii asked:

03 Jun 2009

I have curly, thick, black hair and I want a scene style/color. Any suggestions?

My hair is about one to two inches past my shoulder blades and it's EXTREMELY curly. I would kind of like a style to be able to keep it curly sometimes and straighten it other times. I also need some sort of color scheme. I would like to keep the black in there because in my small town it's kind of my thing. Idk if that makes sense but that's how it is. Lol. Okay so any advice is appreciated.




barbipixi says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2009

just get some layers cut in it. leave a side bang, you could even pull off the full out straight across bang

check out my lists under hair for some websites for curly scene hair


amaay says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2009

a bit shorter, quite a few layers and fairlyy short side bangss, would suit youu! :D


rachelsauras says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2009



rachelsauras says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2009

with colors like:


missmassacre says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2009

I'VE GOT AN IDEA. get a full fringe, which you'll need to straighten but that's easy. layers, short and long. some people say that isnt good for curly hair, but i've found it doesn't really effect it. and then for the colour. stay with the black, but streaks of white in sections of the fringe...wait, is this another one of my weird ideas again?


babyblue says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2009

get full side bangs or the ones that go right across like the person said below it really wont affect since all you gotts do is basically straighten the bangs everyday n can leave the rest curly or straihgten it

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