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kimidisco7chicki asked:

04 Feb 2009

I'm trying to find a scene look for my hair so that I dont have to straighten it. Any ideas??!?

I'm Half White, Half African American, and I have typical crazy, uber-curly natural Black Hair. It takes forever for me to straighten my hair, and I just dont have the time. Right now my hair is relatively short- In a sort of afro style. I want to change that.



jessie_elisa says:

Posted on 04 Feb 2009

You could get a stragiht perm/Japanese perm. It makes hair straighter chemically so that you don't have to spend as long flat ironing it.


kimidisco7chicki says:

Posted on 04 Feb 2009

thats true, but I still like my hair when its curly, and I dont really want it to be permanently straightened.


metcalfe says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

if you don't want to spend bunches of time on straitening, so you could spike the back up a lot

and only straiten your bangs down.

this is me with it.

it took me ten minutes to spike and straiten.


acid_candy says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

use a curl relaxer and some straightning product that could help your hair get trainded to be straight

or try to grow it out and then use curl relaxer.

i know how you feel i have wild tight wavy hair.


lavalley says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

cut your hair in the scene style you want (i'll send some pics =])

then try this to style it


1. Wash your hair.

2. Scrunch your hair, parting it to the side. Use a small amount of watered down hair gel (mix the

gel with water) or spray gel, then hairspray it up until you know it will hold your curls in.

* Although scrunched, air-dried hair works well, it's best that you blow dry it. While you are blow

drying it grab sections of your hair and push it upwards until it's all done. Try using a diffuser

attachment to reduce frizz and fly aways.

3. She has wavy/curlyish hair, and straightens her bangs and the under part of her hair.

She has wavy/curlyish hair, and straightens her bangs and the under part of her hair.

Get some side bangs and straighten them when you wear your hair down. Some scene

hairstyles have even bangs that go across the forehead, but if you have curly hair, you want side

tapering bangs. When your hair is curly, pin your bangs to the side with a bow, a butterfly clip, or

some other clip.

[i got this from]

hope this helps for the styling part and the best thing is you dont have to straighten


lavalley says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

maybe about this length but imagine it curlier (or maybe straighten once in a while) i have the same problem with the time but you can get your hair chemically straitened and it will make it easier to straighten later on

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