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10 Jul 1984

I am a 25 year old Student of Sociology and Political Science.
My other passion is fashion, but not in the fashionista sense, but in the "How do I get people to look good"-sense. I have been doing make-up, styling and finding the best looks for all my friends since my early teens. On weekendsMore saduisahduiash dsau

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oceanroses asked:

02 Oct 2009

Short or middle length hairstyles for dense hair?

I have really dense hair, that creates natural volume, plus I also have natural waves. I am willing to straighten and blow dry though. Any suggestions for a short or middle lenght hairsyle?



bethanyjl says:

Posted on 02 Oct 2009

Get a style like this one (layered, and layered around the face and cut in a V shape in the back), maybe add full bangs or side swept to add to it:)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 03 Oct 2009

get layers to help thin out the puffy ness the shorter i cut my hair the thicker it gets because of that so i like keeping it long layers to about my boobs lol


oceanroses says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2009

Thankyou so much for your answer. I am thinking of getting a bob or something, because right now my hair feels pretty heavy, when its down to about half of my back, even though its easier to tame them that way. Plus, they take forever to dry. ;-)


oceanroses says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2009

Thanks so much... its definitely something I will consider... especially since Layers get them to be less heavy as well.


oceanroses says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2009

Thanks so much, but thats about the style I have right now, just a lot longer... lets see.

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