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laceylooloo asked:

04 May 2010

How do I train my hair so that it doesn't have a partin going all the way across my head?

I have thick thick hair and my hair insists on parting all over the place.

I have a side fringe so obviously it has to have a little partin at the front but at the back I want it so that it lays nicely to the back, If you know what I mean please help in giving me a way to train my hair to lay to the back. Thanks.



ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 04 May 2010

Everyday brush it the way you want it to go. So after a while it will just stay that way. XOXO :)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 04 May 2010

it's really hard to make the back hair go just backwards because it's easier for it to slip off the sides they are closer so the heavy hair tends to want to go that way and make a part. i like sending my side part all the way to the back so it's even sometimes i even angel my part from the side in front to the center in back

if you want the back of your hair to positivly go backward either tie the crown part in a ponytail to go straight back (you'd have to do this every day because of the weight it woudlnt' stay if you take the pony or hair clip out) or you can lightly tease the top of your hair and brush it backward but still having a pony or clip will help hold it in place but teasing is more likely to send it backward


julie_lindsay says:

Posted on 04 May 2010

I have really long thick hair and I used to have this problem, I found the best way was when I'm drying it to put my heat protect and style spray on and brush it into place and put the blow dryer on a low speed. Just gently use a rounded brush to sweep the hair at the back of your crown up and back and then get underneath it with the dryer. Dry it a little just on top to begin with so your hair finds its new setting. The more you do this your hair will eventually rest that way plus blow drying it this way will volumise it great too. Use a kirbie grip (or a bobby pin) to seperate your partings. So much easier than with your fingernails.


laceylooloo says:

Posted on 04 May 2010

What do you mean by tease the hair to the back? And also, I can't really have a side partin all the way back because otherwise I have loads of hair on one side and then less on the other side :D


laceylooloo says:

Posted on 05 May 2010

Thankyou, I am going to try this right now!

I really hope it helps, but I think I have tried that before and then my hair just wants to be stubborn and fall to the side, how long do you think it wouold take for it to start laying that way naturally?


julie_lindsay says:

Posted on 05 May 2010

Took about a month for it to start behaving. Now I dont even need to part it!

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