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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby AliceLauren » Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:24 pm

My hair is a little bit longer than shoulder length and it's a light brown with lighter brown streaks in it. I love my hair.

But I normally straiten it, but I loveeeee it curled. I also commonly scrunch it. My hair looks really cute scrunched, yay. :D

But those are the most common things I do with my hair. I can't really think of anything else to do with it anyways.
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby samajama » Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:48 pm

I cut my hair really short recently. It gets really curly when it dries.. That's annoying because it gets poofy. Oh well :D

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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby simple_love♫ » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:36 pm

gah!!! Homecoming is this weekend and i don't know what to do!! i don't want an updo so maybe i'l just style my hair in loose ringlets down my back?? kind of like Taylor Swift's in the Our Song video (that's how my hair usually looks though...)
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby Le-Petit-Mort » Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:14 pm

My hair is really curly and goes about three or four inches past my shoulders. When wet, it's black. But when it's dry, it gets to be a bronzy chocolate color. I found that the best product is the Sunsilk for curly hair set. But, I use Herbal Essence Totally Twisted shampoo and spray my hair with Avon's Salon Hairspray. :) ;)
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby SylvieGirl224 » Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:33 pm

A quick question: Any ideas for shampoos/conditioners for thick/wavy hair? I mean !supathick! My hair has its own unique texture, lol.

And I'd like to dye my hair red-'Weasley Red', and I have medium brown hair. Any suggestions for semi/demi permanent colors/brands?

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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby simple_love♫ » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:30 pm

SylvieGirl224 wrote:A quick question: Any ideas for shampoos/conditioners for thick/wavy hair? I mean !supathick! My hair has its own unique texture, lol.


have you ever tried SunSilk?? that stuff is amazing
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby StupidxLamb » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:36 pm

simple_love♫ wrote:gah!!! Homecoming is this weekend and i don't know what to do!! i don't want an updo so maybe i'l just style my hair in loose ringlets down my back?? kind of like Taylor Swift's in the Our Song video (that's how my hair usually looks though...)


You could always do half up, half down. :] That could be cute.

My hair is a few inches past my shoulders. It's brown with natural golden highlights mixed throughout. That's my favorite part. ^_^ There are natural waves framing my face, but the rest of it is straight, for the most part. I have to wash it everyday, or else it becomes too oily. But I don't really have any problems with it other than that. If I wash it every morning and don't skip a day, then it pretty much looks good all the time. Haha. But I have to put moose in it after my shower, so it isn't lack luster. ;] I use Garnier Fructis moose. It's SO good. And I love the bottle nozzle. Haha. My shampoo is Suave Vanilla Floral. It's the best shampoo I've ever had. *swoon*
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby Goodnight Elizabeth » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:56 pm

For curly hair visit www.naturallycurly.com. I found it helpful in dealing with my own very curly hair.

Right now I'm using Tres Samme Curly shampoo and conditioner, but I really like Beyond The Zone's Noodle Head series. It smells like coconut & orange and my makes my hair feel great.

My hair is very thick and curly. Right now's it hi-lighteed blonde, but by Staurday it will be lightbrown. Woo hoo. I miss my brown. It's never JUSt brown. I'm naturally a red-head, so I will have brown with red in it.

Ladies, a lot of products have plastic, wax, and alcohol in them which are actually VERY bad for your hair. If your poduct has alcohol in it, it will frizz and/or dry out your hair. Wax makes your hair feel smooth, but it cuts off the good stuff from penetrating the hair shaft. Plastics...same thing. Look at your hair brush. Do you see iridescent metal flakes in your brush? It's your products causing it.

You should also use a clarifying shampoo once or twice a week. :D :D
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby Krystal » Sun Sep 21, 2008 2:59 pm

I really need someones help. Whenever I straighten my hair, it always goes curly again. Can anyone give me some advice on what to use to keep it straight that won't wreck my hair?
My hair dresser told me to by wax, but it doesn't work and makes my hair even more curly, and plus its bad for your hair, I'm pretty sure.
Any suggestions?
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Re: Hair styles, tips, advice

Postby brianna_cullen » Sun Sep 21, 2008 3:22 pm

my hair grows like a weed and it is my favorite feature of me. it is down to half down my back and is very wavy, so i blow dry to straighten. i dye it all the time. im a natural brunette, but first i got blonde highlights, then blue highlights, then i dyed it blonde 3 times. the blue was about 3 times, too. my hair seems pretty shot after i blowdry, too. heres some advice for all who love colored hair.

use lots of conditioner

dont blowdry or crimp of curl often. maybe 3 days out of 7

be nice to it. get it trimmed and layed every now and then and never use rubber bands in is because they WILL get stuck and u WILL get split ends

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