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undeadxprincess asked:

24 May 2009

Scene hair emergency

Okay, I do cut my own hair because whenever I go to get it done, it never turns out the way I want it, but about now tis time for a new hair cut. See I want bangs like shown in the pic, thats no biggy. But my layers are VEEERY uneven because thats the way I wanted them so i'm like freaked about what they're going to say about my hair >.< And also, what is a very good but very cheap hair straightener? Mine is soo old, i've had it for about 3 years plus however long my cousin had it before me and its just shot so if you could help with that thanks.



Now to the next part of my emergency:

My hair is wavy and very frizzy (thats why I straighten it) and half way through the day (after teasing my hair and making it big and gorgeous) it totally deflates and looks like crap, no matter how much hair spray I use, what do i do??!

What are some good backcombing/teasing techniques? i already have it mastered but I just like to hear what other people do, to try different things to see if they work better.



And also with the hair cut thingy, if you could post some pics that would look cute that would be uber rad :] thanki!



http://media.photobucket.com/image/scene%20hair%20bangs/xvballbabe874x/hairstyles/zzemohair7.jpg?o=21

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gaskarth_love

gaskarth_love says:

Posted on 24 May 2009

I'm not sure how i should answer your question but i can help you about your straightner problem...



You basically pay for what you get, i see no point of spending mony on a crap straightner, might aswell spend the money and get a good one. If you decide to spend the money and get a good straightner i HIGHLY recommend getting a CHI Straightner! I've had mine for about 2 years now, i use it everyday and ive dropped it a few times, and still works like a charm. I think i probably paid in the $100 range for it. I also, have wavy frizzy hair and i use my chi and i absolutely love it!



hope i helped a little good luck! :)

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

i would look at a place like ROSS dress for less for a straighter you can get expensive one's for cheap. anything with ceramic is going to be easier on your hair



i would actually suggest using a bumpit thing the lil plastic insert that gives you teasing look w/o having to tease your hair, or teasing some extensions and using them to add volume

cassie_is_here

cassie_is_here says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

VS Sassoon cord/cordless VSP2099a

its $100 and its great

jessd

jessd says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

for the hair straight theres one at target for 25.00. its called the Conair 1-5/8" Ceramic Straightener .

i read the reviews its like 50/50.



like:





My daughter is writing the following review:

I have wavy hair and this hair staightener does works like magic. Although i have only used it a few times and just recently bought it I think it is great! At first I was going to buy an expensive hair staightener, but then I saw this one. The price was right, so i bought it. I only had to go over my hair a few times to get it straight. With the 25 different settings any hair kind can become straight. I know some of you may think reading reviews is not usefull because some people lie in them, and that is sometimes true. I just want to say this is not a lie: Even if you have really curly and thick hair you should still buy this product. It worked on my hair and, trust me, it will work on yours! Please, don't waste your money on too expensive hair straighteners that will burn and snag your hair! Buy this amazing product and you will see the improvment!





dis like:I bought this a few days ago after my cheap straightener of 3+ years stopped heating on one side. When I got it home I noticed that the plates didn’t line up when you closed it! For them to touch, you have to press down very hard, which pulls and rips my hair! It’s absolutely ridiculous! On a more positive note, it does heat up very fast, albeit to a mediocre temperature. If you have curly, thick, or long hair I don’t think I would recommend this. Only a few hours after straightening my hair with this it curls up almost back to where it was before I straightened it. I had such high hopes for this! So disappointed!



i read alot of them and it seemed to be a good one.



heres the website to read them.

http://www.target.com/dp/B0007ORBSS/ref=cm_reviews_pg1?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=00HZBW7AFB8EKCRK286H&pf_rd_p=468561591&pf_rd_i=B0007ORBSS&page=1&pf_rd_s=bottom-6&activetab=Reviews&pf_rd_m=A1VC38T7YXB528&pf_rd_t=201

















http://www.stretcher.com/stories/03/03aug04a.cfm



heres also an website to tell you all about frizzy hair and how to control it.:D

jessd

jessd says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

hairstyle.

jessd

jessd says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

another.

jessd

jessd says:

Posted on 25 May 2009

last onee. . hope i helped

undeadxprincess

undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 14 Jul 2009

doo doo di da da old question...

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