Ideas for hair

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Ideas for hair

Postby FallenAngel » Mon Oct 11, 2004 1:39 pm

I have had the same hair forever! I refuse to cut it, and I have dyed it all kinds of colors. Currently its blackish red and falls half way down my back. I'm wanting something very new...but no incredibly hard to maintain. Any suggestions?
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Postby The Stormstress » Mon Oct 11, 2004 6:19 pm

been thru much ov the same ... mannny colorz ... went back 2 natural brownish color ... personally prefer my hair mid-back or longer ... recently added a few textured layerz (up 2 chin length) 2 go with my streakz ... may add red streakz between the otherz next time 4 added nterest ...the textured layerz hav added much more movement & body ... also had complimentz on streakz ... I hav been a test subject 4 my friend finishing up beauty school ... she :rock:z!
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Postby lupa » Mon Oct 18, 2004 2:51 pm

I agree with Storm....layers add body and bounce, but have to be done to match you facial features and hair type...I have noticed that girls with long hair that let the roots grow out too long between dye jobs tend towards dowdy...always stay fresh, and don't be afraid to use some product....there's lots of fun stuff out there that can really add a lot to and style.
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Postby TheInfiniteMonkey » Mon Oct 18, 2004 9:38 pm

My problem is my hair frizzes like MAD. I mean, approach open flame and get a halo, bad :fire: . Any goop that tames the frizz though, plasters my hair. Maybe I should just go for the mohawk and elmers glue look... :rock:




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