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Julia Hlobik




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julz921 asked:

09 Jun 2009

I need a low maintenence, medium-long, slimming hair style and I wont go blonde... what should i do?

I don't want it past my shoulders nor shorter than my chin




amaay says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009



amaay says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009



kiwifruit says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

Lol. She said she won't. xD


samigore says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

try layering the front


kiwifruit says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

Weight watchers has the following advice. =-D

Fringe Benefit: Add layers to your hair. "It softens a round or square face," says Ellen Lawlor, a New York hair stylist. Layers add movement and shape to hair. "A shag shape flatters any face because it breaks up the hair." Everyone can wear this style. The key lies in where the layers are cut. "If someone has glasses, for example, I wouldn't fringe at the edge of the eye but further back at the temple." But shorter layers near the cheekbone line will highlight your natural bone structure.

Go Shorter: Think you want long tresses like Demi Moore? Think again. Shorter hair looks best on fuller faces. "When it's too long, it can drag your face down and actually bring attention to the features you don't want to emphasize," says Guy Riggio, a celebrity hair stylist at John Frieda Salon in Los Angeles. How short is too short? That depends on the length of your neck. The longer the neck, the shorter you can go. Otherwise, stick to Riggio's collarbone rule. "I like to cut hair at the collarbone, then put layers in between the nose and lips to pop it up." This style, says Riggio, shows off your lips, making you look sleeker.

Add Color: Subtle highlights brighten up any face. "I'm a firm believer in color," says O'Connor who's worked on the famous tresses of Debra Messing and Brooke Shields. If you're a brunette, don't be afraid to add a touch of a lighter, but complementary, hue. Just wear the highlights further back, away from your face, says Lawlor. Color instantly brings dimension to flat hair.

Stay Clear of Bangs: Thick bangs may be in right now, but even wispy bangs are hard to wear. They cut into the frame of your face, says O'Connor. Instead, pull your hair away from your face and even add more height. It will elongate your face.

Pay Attention to that Part: Stylists agree that you should go with your natural part (where your hair falls on its own). But, depending on your face's shape, you can fuss with Mother Nature. A heart-shaped face should steer away from a center part. A rounder, fuller face too can wear it to the side, for a more elegant look. And if you want height? Part it on the side opposite your natural part.

"Pick a stylist who's knowledgeable and whose opinion you trust," says Lawlor. Then have fun with the new style.


kiwifruit says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

Something like this would look nice. =-D


elinec_26 says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

what about this one but with wispy bangs off to one side and make a side part instead of a center part


monmon says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

I just a ideal!!!!!Choppy, tousled bob with smooth blunt fringe.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 10 Jun 2009

i would do side fringe, and get choppy layers in a choppy bob with fringe around the sides of your face,

just run your fingers through it in the morning and go

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