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« Reply #270 on: June 13, 2007 12:44:48 PM »

thanks for the help LuvCrochet Smiley
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« Reply #271 on: June 13, 2007 10:21:57 PM »

Okay, so I'm going to Europe for vacation and I have a couple question on hairstyles.

1. What is the comfiest hairstyle to wear on the plane? Nothing with a ponytail or accessories on the back of your head. Cheesy

2. What are some fast and easy hairstyles, yet still pretty that I can do? What hairstyles do you do now?  I wouldn't recommend trying anything new, if you're going for fast styles.

3. What hair accessories would you recommend I bring? Whatever you usually wear/use!

4. Should I bring my own shampoo, condish, and body wash in case the hotel's irritates me?  YES.  You'll be in lots of photos, I'm sure.  Would you really want to risk a bad hair day due to products you aren't used to?

Thanks! You're ever so helpful!

Okay, so I'm going to Europe for vacation and I have a couple question on hairstyles.

1. What is the comfiest hairstyle to wear on the plane?

2. What are some fast and easy hairstyles, yet still pretty that I can do?

3. What hair accessories would you recommend I bring?

4. Should I bring my own shampoo, condish, and body wash in case the hotel's irritates me?

I just came back from a 2 week european trip in April. Bring hair elastics, lots and lots because you will lose a few. Bring a soft head band so that when you sleep on the plane or on the train your hair will stay out of your mouth. Bring a hat on those days that a bad hair day can't be avoided. I love those chinese hair sticks because it makes for a very put together style without a ton of effort.
If you love your products bring them with you. But pack them in extra plastic so they don't expode and ruin your suitcase and everything inside. If you are only bringing a carry on bag (like I did  because it makes travel from country to country much much easier) remember no bottles over 2 oz and only as many as you can fit into a sendwich size ziplock.

For the plane, a low ponytail or even better loose pigtails will keep your hair tame and off your face. Another trick is to tie a bandana around your head so that you don't get an attack of the frizzies from yucky airplane air.

Good idea about the hairband!

I also have to wake up at three (Shocked!) to go to the airport, so I need to tame my messy hair! I have the worst bedhead! Tongue
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« Reply #272 on: June 14, 2007 04:41:30 PM »

LuvCrochet, your hair looks darling in your avatar! I'm always looking for cute shaggy-ish cuts. Do you have any larger pictures?

Mine is currently pretty similar to yours (so I think) just with longer bangs.
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« Reply #273 on: June 16, 2007 03:11:05 PM »


Hello.

I just recently got my hair layered. It was layered before, but the layers grew out and were about the same length as the rest of my hair (which I would have kept, but my hair is thin, and I wanted it to look thicker and I'm always told that layers make it look fuller, right?). I didn't know how to style it then, and I don't know how to style it now. The first time it was layered it had no fullness, but I'd like to make an effort to make it look like an actual style (before I get frustrated with it and just cut it all). I also had my bangs cut the shortest they've ever been. Kinda side swept, starting at the eyebrow. Are there any products I should use that would help show my layers? [I hate it when my hair is stiff though, so.. you know.] It has no shape right now, and I don't want to have had that done for no reason. It was cut into "choppy" layers, I'm told. They start at my chin. Any suggestions would be very appreciated Cheesy


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« Reply #274 on: June 16, 2007 08:53:54 PM »

something you can use is a little bit of volumizing mousse. or you can hairspray a little with your head upside down, and blow dry it a little. also, you could use a round brush when you dry it and flip the layers out. (or use a curling iron)

hope that helps
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« Reply #275 on: June 19, 2007 07:37:42 PM »

LuvCrochet, your hair looks darling in your avatar! I'm always looking for cute shaggy-ish cuts. Do you have any larger pictures?

Mine is currently pretty similar to yours (so I think) just with longer bangs.
http://pic70.picturetrail.com/VOL1884/7935264/14925054/257920918.jpg

I will look for another picture. It's a little shorter than that one now and it looks better. But yeah, I think yours is the same. Just need to shorten the bangs.
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« Reply #276 on: June 22, 2007 09:30:06 PM »

I have a quick question... if I have chemically straightened hair is it safe to use sun-in?? i'm probably a little late asking after i bought it  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #277 on: June 24, 2007 03:19:47 PM »

Hey, I'm just wondering if anybody can help me out on how to get my hair up into one of these styles for prom? Any products or techniques/methods?
I've tried a few things but it was a bit tricky and I couldnt get the volume and smoothness right. . .

My hair:
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/xxdebzxx/DSCF47752.jpg
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/xxdebzxx/ME.jpg (it's not dark anymore though)

Style 1 - I managed to get something like it but without the volume at the back and it wasn't as smooth:
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/xxdebzxx/HilaryRibbon.jpg

Style 2 - It looks like a plain ponytail but with more volume I'm guessing:
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/xxdebzxx/anne_hathaway.jpg

Sorry for the long post, I'm just getting really frustrated and I don't really want to go to the hairdressers for it Sad
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« Reply #278 on: June 24, 2007 10:13:40 PM »

Sun in is basically peroxide. Which is in all hair bleaches. It's "Safe" but it will cause more drying to your hair and possibly it can become very damaged and brittle.  Most the time when your hair is chemically straightened it's already a little porous and brittle. So basically it's up to you and your hair how it will affect it.
I have a quick question... if I have chemically straightened hair is it safe to use sun-in?? i'm probably a little late asking after i bought it  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #279 on: June 25, 2007 01:02:46 AM »

Help! My hair is driving me nuts.

My head is very heavy, dead straight and wont hold any sort of style for long so I need a hairstyle that can just be washed and left alone. I bleached it really blonde last year but after constant criticism I dyed it red, however the bleached parts went a really icky orange. I've got about 4 inches of relatively undamaged hair and really want to just cut off the damaged stuff and start over. However I have a condition that makes me really puffy and I'm worried cutting it shorter will make me look even worse, especially since it cant be styled. Should I cut it? Can anyone recommend a style that'll look good?

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