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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

Need Ideas To Find the Hairstyle & Makeup Now at "60"!

I've been wearing the same Hair Style Type Forever & my Makeup Routine Hasn't Changed Since I was 30+ yrs old! Now my Age is Making It necessary To find "New more Complimentary Hair Style & Colorin; But also Changing My Makeup To Soften My Look!"

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

Need Ideas To Find the Hairstyle & Makeup Now at "60"!

I've been wearing the same Hair Style Type Forever & my Makeup Routine Hasn't Changed Since I was 30+ yrs old! Now my Age is Making It necessary To find "New more Complimentary Hair Style & Colorin; But also Changing My Makeup To Soften My Look!"

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

Need Ideas To Find the Hairstyle & Makeup Now at "60"!

I've been wearing the same Hair Style Type Forever & my Makeup Routine Hasn't Changed Since I was 30+ yrs old! Now my Age is Making It necessary To find "New more Complimentary Hair Style & Colorin; But also Changing My Makeup To Soften My Look!"

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

Need Ideas To Find the Hairstyle & Makeup Now at "60"!

I've been wearing the same Hair Style Type Forever & my Makeup Routine Hasn't Changed Since I was 30+ yrs old! Now my Age is Making It necessary To find "New more Complimentary Hair Style & Colorin; But also Changing My Makeup To Soften My Look!"

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

What Change In My Hair & Makeup Should I. know At "60?"!

I turned the big "60?!" This year, I have Gained "Mid-Section Weight", My Face has Laugh Lines that look like "Marionette Lines"! My Jowls are Starting to droop & I've Been wearing my Hair "Long Layered *Shag Type, Hairstyle Since High School? I used to "Frost my Ash Brown Hair, But now have it "Caramelized" With Multi-tones of Brown w/shades of blonde! Makeup I'm still Applying the Same Since 1990's, though I don't use as much Foudation, In NC the weather is too Humid!

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

What Change In My Hair & Makeup Should I. know At "60?"!

I turned the big "60?!" This year, I have Gained "Mid-Section Weight", My Face has Laugh Lines that look like "Marionette Lines"! My Jowls are Starting to droop & I've Been wearing my Hair "Long Layered *Shag Type, Hairstyle Since High School? I used to "Frost my Ash Brown Hair, But now have it "Caramelized" With Multi-tones of Brown w/shades of blonde! Makeup I'm still Applying the Same Since 1990's, though I don't use as much Foudation, In NC the weather is too Humid!

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

What Change In My Hair & Makeup Should I. know At "60?"!

I turned the big "60?!" This year, I have Gained "Mid-Section Weight", My Face has Laugh Lines that look like "Marionette Lines"! My Jowls are Starting to droop & I've Been wearing my Hair "Long Layered *Shag Type, Hairstyle Since High School? I used to "Frost my Ash Brown Hair, But now have it "Caramelized" With Multi-tones of Brown w/shades of blonde! Makeup I'm still Applying the Same Since 1990's, though I don't use as much Foudation, In NC the weather is too Humid!

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jersey01

jersey01 asked:

8 days

What Change In My Hair & Makeup Should I. know At "60?"!

I turned the big "60?!" This year, I have Gained "Mid-Section Weight", My Face has Laugh Lines that look like "Marionette Lines"! My Jowls are Starting to droop & I've Been wearing my Hair "Long Layered *Shag Type, Hairstyle Since High School? I used to "Frost my Ash Brown Hair, But now have it "Caramelized" With Multi-tones of Brown w/shades of blonde! Makeup I'm still Applying the Same Since 1990's, though I don't use as much Foudation, In NC the weather is too Humid!

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tarapeter

tarapeter asked:

2 months

Three steps to get natural looking curly hair

Almost every fashionable woman out there, who has a little sense of style, owns a curling iron. This simple tool that adds a beautiful wave and dimension to your boring, straight and flat hair is very easy to use. But, most women do not know how to use curling iron properly and therefore, do not get that desired look. However, it is very easy to learn these simple techniques, following which you will be able to get the perfect curls and waves that you have been envying on your best friend’s hair for so long. Here are top three essential techniques that will help you to know how to use curling iron on different hairstyles. As there are so many kinds of curls that include tight curls, formal curls, bold and big waves, thick tube curls and also the thin ones, you must know the application of this tool, so that you get exactly what you have been looking for. Comb your hair properly: Combing is very essential when it comes to curling your tresses. Unless you comb your hair thoroughly making it absolutely smooth and detangled, no curls will take place. In fact before you comb your hair, make sure that your hair is completely dry. Just like straightening, curling also needs dry hair. If it is wet, blow it dry properly and then comb. Make sections of your tresses: The most important answer to how to use curling iron is that you need to make proper sections of your tresses. If you take thick sections, the magic wand would not be able to cast its spell. Properly separate it with a maximum of 2 to 3 inch width and then using a clip, hold them separate. Hold your curling iron: Now it is your turn to use your curling iron. This has a few steps that you must know when you are seeking an answer to how to use curling iron. In fact one best curler that is very good for every length of hair is the Philips HP8600/60 Hair Curler. Take one section of your tress and wrap it around the barrel of your iron in a way that none of these wraps overlap each other. Once this barrel holds your hair, turn on the iron until it gives off perfect curls on your head. As soon as you have made one curl, quickly roll it lightly and fix it with a bobby clip without damaging and disturbing these cascading twirls. When you do not know how to use curling iron, you must be careful that you do not mess them up while you proceed with other sections. In fact, do get a perfect naturally curly hair; you must twist your hair around this barrel in clockwise as well as anticlockwise, alternatively. Once each curl is separately twirled, wait until they are cooled down. Unpin them once they are cooled down and removed the pins carefully. With loose fingers, toss them up one or two times to give it a messy look or you can also add hair spray to make sure that they hold for a long time.

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tarapeter

tarapeter asked:

2 months

Three steps to get natural looking curly hair

Almost every fashionable woman out there, who has a little sense of style, owns a curling iron. This simple tool that adds a beautiful wave and dimension to your boring, straight and flat hair is very easy to use. But, most women do not know how to use curling iron properly and therefore, do not get that desired look. However, it is very easy to learn these simple techniques, following which you will be able to get the perfect curls and waves that you have been envying on your best friend’s hair for so long. Here are top three essential techniques that will help you to know how to use curling iron on different hairstyles. As there are so many kinds of curls that include tight curls, formal curls, bold and big waves, thick tube curls and also the thin ones, you must know the application of this tool, so that you get exactly what you have been looking for. Comb your hair properly: Combing is very essential when it comes to curling your tresses. Unless you comb your hair thoroughly making it absolutely smooth and detangled, no curls will take place. In fact before you comb your hair, make sure that your hair is completely dry. Just like straightening, curling also needs dry hair. If it is wet, blow it dry properly and then comb. Make sections of your tresses: The most important answer to how to use curling iron is that you need to make proper sections of your tresses. If you take thick sections, the magic wand would not be able to cast its spell. Properly separate it with a maximum of 2 to 3 inch width and then using a clip, hold them separate. Hold your curling iron: Now it is your turn to use your curling iron. This has a few steps that you must know when you are seeking an answer to how to use curling iron. In fact one best curler that is very good for every length of hair is the Philips HP8600/60 Hair Curler. Take one section of your tress and wrap it around the barrel of your iron in a way that none of these wraps overlap each other. Once this barrel holds your hair, turn on the iron until it gives off perfect curls on your head. As soon as you have made one curl, quickly roll it lightly and fix it with a bobby clip without damaging and disturbing these cascading twirls. When you do not know how to use curling iron, you must be careful that you do not mess them up while you proceed with other sections. In fact, do get a perfect naturally curly hair; you must twist your hair around this barrel in clockwise as well as anticlockwise, alternatively. Once each curl is separately twirled, wait until they are cooled down. Unpin them once they are cooled down and removed the pins carefully. With loose fingers, toss them up one or two times to give it a messy look or you can also add hair spray to make sure that they hold for a long time.

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tarapeter

tarapeter asked:

2 months

Three steps to get natural looking curly hair

Almost every fashionable woman out there, who has a little sense of style, owns a curling iron. This simple tool that adds a beautiful wave and dimension to your boring, straight and flat hair is very easy to use. But, most women do not know how to use curling iron properly and therefore, do not get that desired look. However, it is very easy to learn these simple techniques, following which you will be able to get the perfect curls and waves that you have been envying on your best friend’s hair for so long. Here are top three essential techniques that will help you to know how to use curling iron on different hairstyles. As there are so many kinds of curls that include tight curls, formal curls, bold and big waves, thick tube curls and also the thin ones, you must know the application of this tool, so that you get exactly what you have been looking for. Comb your hair properly: Combing is very essential when it comes to curling your tresses. Unless you comb your hair thoroughly making it absolutely smooth and detangled, no curls will take place. In fact before you comb your hair, make sure that your hair is completely dry. Just like straightening, curling also needs dry hair. If it is wet, blow it dry properly and then comb. Make sections of your tresses: The most important answer to how to use curling iron is that you need to make proper sections of your tresses. If you take thick sections, the magic wand would not be able to cast its spell. Properly separate it with a maximum of 2 to 3 inch width and then using a clip, hold them separate. Hold your curling iron: Now it is your turn to use your curling iron. This has a few steps that you must know when you are seeking an answer to how to use curling iron. In fact one best curler that is very good for every length of hair is the Philips HP8600/60 Hair Curler. Take one section of your tress and wrap it around the barrel of your iron in a way that none of these wraps overlap each other. Once this barrel holds your hair, turn on the iron until it gives off perfect curls on your head. As soon as you have made one curl, quickly roll it lightly and fix it with a bobby clip without damaging and disturbing these cascading twirls. When you do not know how to use curling iron, you must be careful that you do not mess them up while you proceed with other sections. In fact, do get a perfect naturally curly hair; you must twist your hair around this barrel in clockwise as well as anticlockwise, alternatively. Once each curl is separately twirled, wait until they are cooled down. Unpin them once they are cooled down and removed the pins carefully. With loose fingers, toss them up one or two times to give it a messy look or you can also add hair spray to make sure that they hold for a long time.

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tarapeter

tarapeter asked:

2 months

Three steps to get natural looking curly hair

Almost every fashionable woman out there, who has a little sense of style, owns a curling iron. This simple tool that adds a beautiful wave and dimension to your boring, straight and flat hair is very easy to use. But, most women do not know how to use curling iron properly and therefore, do not get that desired look. However, it is very easy to learn these simple techniques, following which you will be able to get the perfect curls and waves that you have been envying on your best friend’s hair for so long. Here are top three essential techniques that will help you to know how to use curling iron on different hairstyles. As there are so many kinds of curls that include tight curls, formal curls, bold and big waves, thick tube curls and also the thin ones, you must know the application of this tool, so that you get exactly what you have been looking for. Comb your hair properly: Combing is very essential when it comes to curling your tresses. Unless you comb your hair thoroughly making it absolutely smooth and detangled, no curls will take place. In fact before you comb your hair, make sure that your hair is completely dry. Just like straightening, curling also needs dry hair. If it is wet, blow it dry properly and then comb. Make sections of your tresses: The most important answer to how to use curling iron is that you need to make proper sections of your tresses. If you take thick sections, the magic wand would not be able to cast its spell. Properly separate it with a maximum of 2 to 3 inch width and then using a clip, hold them separate. Hold your curling iron: Now it is your turn to use your curling iron. This has a few steps that you must know when you are seeking an answer to how to use curling iron. In fact one best curler that is very good for every length of hair is the Philips HP8600/60 Hair Curler. Take one section of your tress and wrap it around the barrel of your iron in a way that none of these wraps overlap each other. Once this barrel holds your hair, turn on the iron until it gives off perfect curls on your head. As soon as you have made one curl, quickly roll it lightly and fix it with a bobby clip without damaging and disturbing these cascading twirls. When you do not know how to use curling iron, you must be careful that you do not mess them up while you proceed with other sections. In fact, do get a perfect naturally curly hair; you must twist your hair around this barrel in clockwise as well as anticlockwise, alternatively. Once each curl is separately twirled, wait until they are cooled down. Unpin them once they are cooled down and removed the pins carefully. With loose fingers, toss them up one or two times to give it a messy look or you can also add hair spray to make sure that they hold for a long time.

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randompanda7

randompanda7 asked:

3 months

Need a hair color!!!

Last time I dyed my hair was about a year ago and my roots are really bad, I get compliments on my "ombré" xD I have a pretty pale skintone in the winter and every time I've dyed my hair it looks red for a week or two before the color settles down. I need a good color that will go with y skintone. My hair looks kind of yellow right now and I don't think it works with my skin. I don't want to go dark because I've always been blonde so it's kind of a signature 

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randompanda7

randompanda7 asked:

3 months

Need a hair color!!!

Last time I dyed my hair was about a year ago and my roots are really bad, I get compliments on my "ombré" xD I have a pretty pale skintone in the winter and every time I've dyed my hair it looks red for a week or two before the color settles down. I need a good color that will go with y skintone. My hair looks kind of yellow right now and I don't think it works with my skin. I don't want to go dark because I've always been blonde so it's kind of a signature 

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randompanda7

randompanda7 asked:

3 months

Need a hair color!!!

Last time I dyed my hair was about a year ago and my roots are really bad, I get compliments on my "ombré" xD I have a pretty pale skintone in the winter and every time I've dyed my hair it looks red for a week or two before the color settles down. I need a good color that will go with y skintone. My hair looks kind of yellow right now and I don't think it works with my skin. I don't want to go dark because I've always been blonde so it's kind of a signature 

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randompanda7

randompanda7 asked:

3 months

Need a hair color!!!

Last time I dyed my hair was about a year ago and my roots are really bad, I get compliments on my "ombré" xD I have a pretty pale skintone in the winter and every time I've dyed my hair it looks red for a week or two before the color settles down. I need a good color that will go with y skintone. My hair looks kind of yellow right now and I don't think it works with my skin. I don't want to go dark because I've always been blonde so it's kind of a signature 

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keykey-xxx

keykey-xxx asked:

3 months

Would I Suit Scene Hair?!

Ok so, I've been fed up with my hair for ages now so was looking through hair styles and came across scene hair. I saw this hairstyle and fell in love. http://trendshaircut.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/brown-scene-hair-tumblr-aqtsttsg.jpg Now my parents arent too keen but i loveeee it. My only worry is that it won't suit me. I dont want to get it cut then find out it looks horrible. I'm gonna ask my hairdresser next time i see him anyway but i wanna know what you guys think?? My friends are a mixture of no's and yes's so thats not useful. So, 1. Would it suit me?? 2. How much maintenance is it?? 3. How long would it take to grow back out?? Thanks (ps the attached photos are me)

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keykey-xxx

keykey-xxx asked:

3 months

Would I Suit Scene Hair?!

Ok so, I've been fed up with my hair for ages now so was looking through hair styles and came across scene hair. I saw this hairstyle and fell in love. http://trendshaircut.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/brown-scene-hair-tumblr-aqtsttsg.jpg Now my parents arent too keen but i loveeee it. My only worry is that it won't suit me. I dont want to get it cut then find out it looks horrible. I'm gonna ask my hairdresser next time i see him anyway but i wanna know what you guys think?? My friends are a mixture of no's and yes's so thats not useful. So, 1. Would it suit me?? 2. How much maintenance is it?? 3. How long would it take to grow back out?? Thanks (ps the attached photos are me)

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keykey-xxx

keykey-xxx asked:

3 months

Would I Suit Scene Hair?!

Ok so, I've been fed up with my hair for ages now so was looking through hair styles and came across scene hair. I saw this hairstyle and fell in love. http://trendshaircut.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/brown-scene-hair-tumblr-aqtsttsg.jpg Now my parents arent too keen but i loveeee it. My only worry is that it won't suit me. I dont want to get it cut then find out it looks horrible. I'm gonna ask my hairdresser next time i see him anyway but i wanna know what you guys think?? My friends are a mixture of no's and yes's so thats not useful. So, 1. Would it suit me?? 2. How much maintenance is it?? 3. How long would it take to grow back out?? Thanks (ps the attached photos are me)

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keykey-xxx

keykey-xxx asked:

3 months

Would I Suit Scene Hair?!

Ok so, I've been fed up with my hair for ages now so was looking through hair styles and came across scene hair. I saw this hairstyle and fell in love. http://trendshaircut.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/brown-scene-hair-tumblr-aqtsttsg.jpg Now my parents arent too keen but i loveeee it. My only worry is that it won't suit me. I dont want to get it cut then find out it looks horrible. I'm gonna ask my hairdresser next time i see him anyway but i wanna know what you guys think?? My friends are a mixture of no's and yes's so thats not useful. So, 1. Would it suit me?? 2. How much maintenance is it?? 3. How long would it take to grow back out?? Thanks (ps the attached photos are me)

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