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« on: August 23, 2005 05:34:59 AM »

Okay all you girls with awsome hair, I need your help. I have plain, long, wavy brown hair but want to get it cut and coloured soon, Im looking for suggestions on what colours (keep in mind I want something vibrant =D ) thanks in advanced...y'alls rock.
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« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2005 02:25:28 PM »

is it all one length?
i used to have long brown wavy/curly hair, and i got it cut with some long-ish layers and bangs.
do you want drastic?
you could do... black. with some red on the bottom (like, underneath on the bottom). but not hair color red, koolaid red.

hmm.. you could just go a little shorter with some layers (depending on how thick it is. if it's pretty thick, i'd say it's a good idea. cause that way when it's shorter, it doesn't all bunch up on the ends. it'll sit better on your head.) and maybe some funky colored highlights?

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« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2005 01:40:10 AM »

cut it shorter, bleach it, and become a Maniac Panic girl! Different highlights in crazy colors in cool tones and stuff, and you can change it every few months!
I was going to do that (my hair has a big blonde streak at the front and smaller highlights behind it) and I was going to get different shades of purple. Darkest on the bottom, lightest for my highlights, and the medium for the rest! (Didn't because I got a job that didn't allow it)

I couldn't cut my hair, though. (I have really long hair. and I have a phobia of cutting it) if you do cut it, you need less hair color.

but of course, thats pretty crazy. if your going more normail looking... knit yourself a wig! haha, uum. I'm not too good at the normal looking ones, ha.

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« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2005 02:17:49 AM »

I would pick a hair color and cut that suits your face shape and skin tone.  Do some research there is a lot of hair cutting advice on line through google Smiley

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