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« Reply #490 on: September 28, 2007 05:33:13 AM »

Part your hair where you want it, press it down with a hat or a headband, and don't, for the love of yarn, take that hairband/hat off for a week. Don't wash your hair, don't take the hairband off even to sleep. After that week, your hair should know it's proper place.

That sounds like a gross process. Cheesy 

When I wanted to change my part, I still washed my hair.  I just made sure that I parted it in the "new part" each day when I styled it.  I didn't part down the middle at all.  It's just a matter of training it over time.
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« Reply #491 on: September 28, 2007 06:47:52 AM »

Part your hair where you want it, press it down with a hat or a headband, and don't, for the love of yarn, take that hairband/hat off for a week. Don't wash your hair, don't take the hairband off even to sleep. After that week, your hair should know it's proper place.

That sounds like a gross process. Cheesy 

When I wanted to change my part, I still washed my hair.  I just made sure that I parted it in the "new part" each day when I styled it.  I didn't part down the middle at all.  It's just a matter of training it over time.

Haha, i'm not sure about that headband thing. especially because I have gym/swimming classes at school where we have to wash out hair and because headbands don't go on me x]

Well, I used to part it in the middle for like 13 years (no bangs) but then I started parting it in the middle w/ bangs in march and all they want to do is part themself  Undecided

oh well, I will just hair spray them down or smth x]
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« Reply #492 on: September 28, 2007 07:56:55 AM »

you can, or should be able to, train your part (slowly) by parting it where you want it to be, then blowdry or let it air dry that way. for a while blowdrying might work better because the force of the wind will make your hair stay where it is when drying.

this is what I did and it worked after a few times of doing it. I also clipped my bangs to the side I wanted them to be on for a while, eventually didn't need to.
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« Reply #493 on: September 28, 2007 07:58:41 AM »

I think if you blowdry them with mousse each day for a few weeks, they'll start listening more. Cheesy

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« Reply #494 on: September 28, 2007 08:34:50 AM »

you can, or should be able to, train your part (slowly) by parting it where you want it to be, then blowdry or let it air dry that way. for a while blowdrying might work better because the force of the wind will make your hair stay where it is when drying.

this is what I did and it worked after a few times of doing it. I also clipped my bangs to the side I wanted them to be on for a while, eventually didn't need to.
Thanks for the tips Smiley

I think if you blowdry them with mousse each day for a few weeks, they'll start listening more. Cheesy

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Haha yes, i'll be like, "now, hair, if you don't start behaving I will have to cut you!" Shocked Wink
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« Reply #495 on: September 28, 2007 12:27:05 PM »

There's a football game today (GO BULLS!) so I have an excuse to look like a crazy.  'Hawk time!



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« Reply #496 on: September 28, 2007 03:57:17 PM »

Part your hair where you want it, press it down with a hat or a headband, and don't, for the love of yarn, take that hairband/hat off for a week. Don't wash your hair, don't take the hairband off even to sleep. After that week, your hair should know it's proper place.

That sounds like a gross process. Cheesy 

When I wanted to change my part, I still washed my hair.  I just made sure that I parted it in the "new part" each day when I styled it.  I didn't part down the middle at all.  It's just a matter of training it over time.

It does, and I've never done it myself. I heard it from a girl who swears by it, though. Smiley
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« Reply #497 on: September 29, 2007 05:37:21 AM »

Jillie! Your hair looks so awesome like that! I wish I could pull off short hair.
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« Reply #498 on: September 29, 2007 07:55:35 AM »

i know this is sooooo wierd but you CAN use kool aid as hair dye ---i t only works best though if you have lighter coloured hair ---otherwise you end up eith kool adie in oyur hair for about an  hour or 2 --i have done it --you just add a little bit of water to the mix (NO SUGAR) until it is  a thickish past(ie) 
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« Reply #499 on: September 29, 2007 05:34:51 PM »

ok i just spent about half an hour flipping through all the pages in this topic and I LOVE LOVE LOVE everyone's hair!
now I would love some input on my hair idea
I'm 14 and just started freshmen year of high school (love it!)
since the beginning of 8th grade, I've had black and blonde hair.. natural color, blonde, on top w/black under
like this!:
but I want to go CRAZY and mom says we can when my dad (rather conservative) leaves for a business trip to the other side of the world.
now for the questions
what I want to do:
black all over w/ a fire engine red chunk on the side near the front

questions:
1. Recommended brand dye?
2. about how long will it last and what do i do when my blonde roots start to show?
3. will i end up looking incredibly stupid?


sorry for all the words, thanks!
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