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gee_jade asked:

21 May 2009

my fringe has issues all help needed

yeah, so, my aunt cut my bangs short right? and now since my stupid school only has electric fans for ventilation. and at home we have electric fans too since air con is not needed. and now my bangs won't stay in place!!! it's a side fringe style and it's like splitting in half and i don't like it!!! it's so annoying especially after i wake up since the fan is right on my face ( my bed is sort of japanese style, low) what would keep my fringe in place and still stay soft? thanks!!! by the way, it's not just splitting in half, it's puffy too........ya think it's just bcoz my bangs got shorter? also, please be specific about the products. but as much as possible i would like l'oreal. i just don't know what kind to get. thanks!!!



little_miss_brightside says:

Posted on 21 May 2009

you jst need to train your bangs

they're not used to bein that short and need to learn to grow and sit in that position

try using bobby pins as often as possible to keep your fringe in place and in no time they'll be stunner



barbipixi says:

Posted on 22 May 2009

truthfully if you have short bangs and your hair is kinda thin it can be why they look puffy

i think your best bet would be to wet them all the way to the root in the morning and dry them before you go to school

maybe even add some hairspray or a VERY SMALL amount of gel

rub it onto your hands so it's just kinda sticky then slick it on your bangs from both sides making them lay in the direction you want


swirlz says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

try using a little bit of gel to put them where you want and then use a pin to make sure it stays there :">

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