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Katie Bla




20 Feb 1994

I love horses!! I am having trouble with hair! That's why I joined this website!

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horse_luver97 asked:

26 May 2009

I am REALLY needing a new hairstyle/haircut thing! HELP!!!

I am having hair trouble. My hair is about 8, 8 1/2, 9 inches below my shoulders. It is SUPER frizzy. I put SO much hairspray on to try (but no always suceed)and make it un-frizzy. It is a light brown, a little red, and lots of natural gold highlights. I want to do something different with my hair. I don't know what!! I don't want it ANY shorter than my shoulders. I want to add something to it too. Like, bangs. But I don't want the bangs across your forehead. I had those kind of bangs when I was little and I do NOT want to go back to bangs. I REALLY love sidebangs, but now practically EVERY girl in my class has side bangs. So it'll be like I am trying to be like everyone else.

Can you give me some ideas? Now, I just joined this website a few minutes ago. And, this is my first Q and A question. If you can give me pictures of what hairstyles you like, PLEASE I need them.

Thanks so much - XOXO




barbipixi says:

Posted on 26 May 2009

you can't deny side bangs do look pretty awesome

so what if you have them like everyone else it's still going to look different on you because of your hair type

i would straighten them and scrunch up the rest of your hair

and i would cut your hair to atleast a few inches below your sholders and get some layers but in (not just long layers but layers to help keep the curls down so it's not a mass of thick curly frizz)

any length below your sholders is going to leave it long looking but not letting it get too long will help in the maintance

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