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« Reply #250 on: June 09, 2007 07:35:51 PM »

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Strawberry blonde hair looks good on fair-skinned people with warm undertones--think of that "peaches and cream" complexion. People with freckles can also look good with strawberry blonde hair. It's a hard color for most people to pull off, though.  You can figure out if you have cool or warm undertones based on the colors that look good on you. Cools look better in cool colors: blues, pinks, blueish reds, purple, etc. Warms look better in warm colors: greens, corals, oranges, orangey reds. If you do a search on the "season" your coloration makes you, they should have thumbnails of colors, etc. Strawberry blonde is a color that generally only springs look good in. And even then, only the palest springs.
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« Reply #251 on: June 09, 2007 08:12:10 PM »

adetten, maybe you could try getting your hair permed

so when you wash it it'll come out the same without having to do all the hard work of curling it

honestly it scares me to try that, I've had my hair every color and am not afraid of bleach so my hair can take punishment. I just don't think this would be something I could do at home and then, if I don't like it does anybody no how to reverse it?
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« Reply #252 on: June 10, 2007 06:11:00 AM »

adetten, maybe you could try getting your hair permed

so when you wash it it'll come out the same without having to do all the hard work of curling it

honestly it scares me to try that, I've had my hair every color and am not afraid of bleach so my hair can take punishment. I just don't think this would be something I could do at home and then, if I don't like it does anybody no how to reverse it?

I know nothing about perms but I have heard of a like "anti-perm" (lol) that makes your hair long-lasting straight.

I have a question (again Tongue):

Wich haircut would look better on me?


Me before my hair got all uber-long xD (well, it is like, half way down my neck Cheesy)


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I am kinda afraid of bangs (lol) so it was a big change to get my side bangs on my last hair cut. Should I just get the same thing again? Or change it up? Tongue
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« Reply #253 on: June 10, 2007 01:06:23 PM »

I've been going through major phases with my hair. Since the beginning of 2006, I've been growing it out. I think it makes me look skinnier. I also started dying it really dark, which I love.

But I'm sort of bored with it. It's very thin and lies flat. I don't like to put product in that often, because the longer it gets, the harder it is to work with it.
Can layers and bangs save me?
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« Reply #254 on: June 10, 2007 02:21:26 PM »

adetten, maybe you could try getting your hair permed

so when you wash it it'll come out the same without having to do all the hard work of curling it

honestly it scares me to try that, I've had my hair every color and am not afraid of bleach so my hair can take punishment. I just don't think this would be something I could do at home and then, if I don't like it does anybody no how to reverse it?

You can get a relaxer/chemical straightener to straighten curly hair... but those are really harsh to begin with.  Might not be a good idea to do it after your hair has already been damaged from the perm.
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« Reply #255 on: June 10, 2007 04:07:45 PM »

braids would be cute  Wink
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« Reply #256 on: June 10, 2007 06:19:16 PM »

I've been going through major phases with my hair. Since the beginning of 2006, I've been growing it out. I think it makes me look skinnier. I also started dying it really dark, which I love.

But I'm sort of bored with it. It's very thin and lies flat. I don't like to put product in that often, because the longer it gets, the harder it is to work with it.
Can layers and bangs save me?


I honestly can't comment about the bangs, cause I haven't had bangs since.. uhm... I think its been about 16 years.. But either way, my hair is long and tends to be pretty flat, I never really used to do anything but get my hair trimmed every once in a great while. Then about 2 years ago I decided to add some long layers, long enough so I could still pull it back into a ponytail and I looooved them. Not only were they super low maintenance they added some bounce and life to my hair.. Because like you I am not really into putting stuff in my hair.. I shampoo, condition, towel dry and brush.. That's the extent of my hair routine. lol.
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« Reply #257 on: June 11, 2007 02:09:22 PM »

I've experimented with my hair before and I've come to a point where I would love a stable hairstyle. During a Hannah Montana marathon, I realized that I loved her hair and wondered if I could pull it off.

My hair is naturally wavy but I just don't know how to harness it for good, instead of its big evil ways so I straighten it.


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Here's an example of Miley Cyrus' hair.




My hair is growing out and it about a quarter down my back. Any suggestions? or is it just plain wrong for my face shape? I've acknowledged that anything is going to take a little time and I'm ok with getting new appliances to do it.


Thanks for reading the uber long post. Cheesy
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« Reply #258 on: June 11, 2007 03:20:30 PM »

ehmalee, i think that could be a good look for you... if you keep growing your hair it shouldn't be too hard to get. If you find a goodcurl activator lotion or maybe even plain setting lotion, you could probably pull it off without killing your hair (And wasting time) with curling irons everyday. instead of curling it, you could get those soft rollers and roll your hair up at night (only up to your ears, not above that unless you want a lot of volume at the top).if you don't want to fuss with rollers, you could probably twist 2 inch sections of hair into little buns (up to where you don't want your hair to curl) and hold them with tiny rubber bands (after you put curl activator/setting lotion on damp hair)
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« Reply #259 on: June 12, 2007 03:46:27 AM »

if you don't want to fuss with rollers, you could probably twist 2 inch sections of hair into little buns (up to where you don't want your hair to curl) and hold them with tiny rubber bands (after you put curl activator/setting lotion on damp hair)

Also, you could rag-roll...take small scraps of fabric, wrap your hair around it and tie them up...that's what I used to do for wavy hair Smiley
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