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Taylor White




09 Mar 1996

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tay14 asked:

19 Jul 2010

What hair style is best for me?

have a round face and Red-Blond-Copper ish hair. And it's a little past my shoulders, and I have these little flimsy wanna-be bangs that are almost to my chin, that I cannot stand. Like it doesn't matter what i do, they always look like crap. Like they get longer as they go into my hair so i have really really long parts that aren't really bangs but they aren't long enough to be part of my hair. And they just don't behave or anything. I really really want to change my hair.

If I don't wash it after i wake up then it's usually straight, but when i do wash it it gets this one weird wave. And I dont know what to use to protect it for straightening it, annndd when i do it just looks poofy and it feels too heavy to wear during the summer.

that's one weird thing they do:



yoosful_tipz says:

Posted on 20 Jul 2010

Hairstyles with fullness and height at the crown will give the impression of a narrower face. Try a cut with layers while keeping the sides close to your face to make your face appear longer. Round faces suit either short hairstyles swept back from your forehead, or hairstyles that are longer than chin length. Wispy fringes and side parts are also good.

Avoid chin length hair, center parts, fullness at the sides of ears, straight "chopped bangs - these wll all emphasise the shape of your face

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