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housejams asked:

23 Jun 2010

I have naturally curly hair and no cheekbones...What hair style best suits me?

My hair has a tendency to be dry and brittle.



lorii_grace says:

Posted on 23 Jun 2010

TALK TO A STYLIST. idk why people ask questions like this online - how can we help if we don't know what you look like. we can make suggestions but in the end they're not going to help much.

observe people who have hair like you do and see what works for them. you can also watch for celebrities who have similar facial features/structure. but what you need to do, is next time you get your hair cut, talk to the hair dresser about what YOU like and don't like, and then get suggestions. they can explain the science behind the art of hairdressing to you! it will really help. kay?


juicystar07 says:

Posted on 24 Jun 2010

try pining your bangs back. it makes your cheekbones pop.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 24 Jun 2010

pulling the crown region back in a clip or ponytail

or using a cute headband and leaving some small bangs out


tara_celeste says:

Posted on 26 Feb 2011

I'd guess layers to add shape to your curls and maybe a side fringe or layers in the front that hit the top of your cheek bones to give appearance of better cheek bones. Talk to a hair stylist. They may have just the thing. :). Also about the cheek bones use a highlighter( or shimmery lip gloss) across the tops of cheekbones. Dust a taupe colored shadow in the hollow of your cheeks( suck in jaws to find the area) blend it well. Take a pretty blush color and blend on your apples. This should help with the cheek bones. :)

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