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Kenzie Hopkins




27 Aug 1992

heyyy. my name is kenziee. im 16 and i live on long island. i enjoy fashion.
i play sports all-year round. i've been told im weird. im differnt from alot of people.
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kenziee asked:

15 Apr 2013

if i get my hair thined out and it's a reletivly long length... will it still straighten?...

because my friends told me otherwise.



rinji_halfelf says:

Posted on 23 Oct 2008

I don't see how thinning out your hair will affect how well it will straighten. It's not like you're changing the property of your hair that determines how well it takes to a curl or a straightening tool.

The only explanation of longer hair not straightening after it's been thinned, that I can think of, is that the hair isn't as heavy, and wasn't well straightened to begin with.

So lets say, someone didn't do a good job straightening, maybe they did it too quickly, or used too much hair when they straightened. The weight of the heavy long hair, being pulled down by gravity, might be sufficient complete the straight style, and make it look as though it was completely straightened. Then when you thin it, and still don't do a good job at straightening, it would appear that the thinning made your hair not straighten anymore.

For instance, I used to have long thick wavy hair I straightened. And the long hair near my neck didn't straighten was well as the hair on top of my head that went down. I had a particular problem near straightening near the scalp.

If you think about it, both the nape hair, and the the hair from the crown reached the same point on my back. But there is a difference in actual length, as the crown hair is higher than nape hair on the head. The top layer of hair that most everyone else sees is longer, and thus heavier. So it could straighten itself near the scalp. And then near the bottom is where I'd eventually lose my straightness and then my hair would poof out like a Christmas tree. But at the same time, it is much easier to iron the bottom section of your then near your scalp.

If you actually know how to straighten well, then I don't see thinning as a problem. In fact, it will make your job easier because you don't have to spend as much time going through all your hair now that there's less of it.

Does that kinda make some sense?


xxbritmonsterxx says:

Posted on 25 Oct 2008

I think it should be fine! :)

If anything thinning it will HELP straighten!


ren says:

Posted on 27 Oct 2008

yeahhh itll straighten unless its alrady straight=)


vampkisses says:

Posted on 15 Jul 2011

yess ma'am

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