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sakoora asked:

09 Feb 2011

Cute, easy hairdos for school?

I've got a round face, with medium-length, thick-as-heck and curly brown hair, with side bangs. I can hardly ever wear it down because it just poofs into this Diana Ross-style curlfro every time I wash it. I straighten it all the time in the winter, but it gets really dry and static-y after a while (and I get split ends, too, uguu). Straight-back ponytails just don't seem to look right with my face shape, and, frankly, I'm tired of them, along with side ponytails. I just want to know a hairdo that's cute and interesting and that I don't have to straighten my hair for. I really don't have time to do much in the morning before school, so I'd appreciate something that's quick; if I have to do something to my hair overnight, that's fine, too. (I just can't really wash it every night, though, so...yeah.)

I'd totally love you forever if you gave me some helpful suggestions. My hair has been like this ever since I was little, so you'd be helping my mom, too~!



tonibaloni97 says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

OMG, I have hair like that too! I've got a couple ideas for you:
1- Buy Sunsilk Waves of Envy Gel&Cream Twist. Best. Product. Ever. I'm not even kidding. Apply it to your hair after showering. For the best results (sheesh, I sound like a commercial!) try the shampoo and conditioner too.
2-As for hairstyles, maybe you could try headbands?
3- If that doesn't work, try a poof. Take your side bangs, brush them back, push them forward, then fasten with a small butterfly clip.
4- Try pinning your side bangs in the back of your head with a butterfly clip. You could just leave them straight back, or you can add a little variety by twisting or braiding them.

That's all of my ideas for now, but I'll let you know if I forgot something. Try to look in magazines, books, and online for more ideas. Also, you could ask friends, family and hairstylists for ideas. Good luck! :D


beauty_lover21 says:

Posted on 14 Aug 2011

beach waves, side bun, side twist, side braid, rope braided pig tails, side briad, curl your hair maybe?

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