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17 Aug 1989

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rubyrain asked:

19 Apr 2010

Can my hair be fixed and what would be the best style?

Well I have naturally thick hair with waves. So combine that with bleach death, a bad dye job, and a face that isn't exactly commercial material to begin with you have a recipe for disaster. I was thinking of gettingm y hair fixed in a few weeks and i already know they are going to have to cut it. What is the best style suited to my face? Also color wise i look horrible as a brunette and would like to go back to a pale blonde if possible. Do you think a good colorist can fix this?




barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Apr 2010

the colorist should be able to tell you what they can do and you look fine in brown/red hair

but i would like to see a side bang it helps shape the face and hide foreheads i have a wide forehead (i'm kinda heart shaped if you pull all the hair back) and i love my side bang but if you have wavy hair you need to straighten it sometimes

i have a slight wave but when i get out of the shower i comb everything where i want my part to be and i comb my bangs straight down in my face to let them dry. if they dry to the side it leaves a strange waved bump and that's not the look i need lol


barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Apr 2010

but also as your hair is i think you'd look cut with one of those small head bands pulling it back and get some good concealer for your under eyes.

i actually like using my foundation i have a cream CoverGirl foundation in a dark blue compact that works for me but i also like nutragena blemish fighting foundation i dab it on with my fingers let it set for a sec to get tacky then i rub it in with my finger some people like to use a brush

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