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My Name is Emily Brooke Lloyd, but i go by Emm, or Emi.

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ecstaticemm asked:

19 May 2012

Is there a way to get a scene haircut, but with curly hair?

Okay, so i really really really love the semi-scene haircuts that are going around and i love how you can tease them to make them more voluminous. However, i also really LOVE curly hair and i'm already planning on getting my hair permed (unlike most i don't believe all of the hype on getting hair permed, two of my sisters have gotten it done and the results are absolutely gorgeous)

i'm wondering if there are any hairstyles that combine this heavily layered awesomeness, with curly hair.

*** below are two pictures of myself, with curly- (non permed) hair, with straight hair and two pictures of cuts i like.

******* please note that i have a massive cowlick, and i want to incorporate it into the cut


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babyblue says:

Posted on 19 May 2012

Absolutely ! Theres no big issue as long as you find control. I have curly hair like the second picture lol forgot her name , but you can defintely get different types of layers as long as you control the volume. You might wanna thin it out a bit after and maybe straighten real quick the bangs if you have or get. So just play around with it and find what works :)


jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 20 May 2012

Sure you can!! BaByBLuE is exactly right. Even though most scene hair is straight, there's no reason you can't have a scene style with curls. Plus a lot of it is attitude, not all about how you dress or wear your hair. :))))) Look at some of these styles for ideas. Oh and anyway, I got perms a lot as a kid because I modeled and they never hurt my hair at all so go for it!!!

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