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mischiefmanaged asked:

06 Jan 2011

I want to change my hair but have no clue what would suit me?

Well two or so years ago I had long hair, cut it shortish then cut it into like a pixie cut which I initially liked. However when I got it cut again with a different hair dresser it looked horribly boyish - I don't know if it's just the style or if my face no longer suits it. So I was going to grow it but it's taking so long and I am very impatient. It's now a (very) messy bob which is driving me mad whenever I look in the mirror so I was wondering if I should persevere in growing it, cut it shorter again or try something new.

I did also consider dying it a red-brown with henna but again, I have no idea if that would work on my complexion. Your advice and pictures of styles would be really appreciated! Oh and sorry about the unflattering photo haha it's just for my face shape x




ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 06 Jan 2011

I would wait for it at least grow to your shoulders...It looks like it's almost there. Then have them just trim it up a bit and get it a little more edgier, but ask them to keep the length as much as possible. So then, you'll have updated hair, but you can keep the length and just let it grow naturally. Trust me, my hair is just blah right now. I've been waiting for a while for it to grow out. I want it uber long and it's slightly past my boobs right now. xD So all you need is patience. If you needed any tips just add me and message me. (: Good luck!


surrender says:

Posted on 07 Jan 2011

the first two are cuts, and the 3 pic is maybe a haircolour ?

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