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12-06-2005
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My hair is really straight, the person who cut my hair said that if i damaged it with dye, it would become more shaggy and rough and woudlnt look so striaght

so far it looks better

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12-06-2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by yourbestfriend
My hair is really straight, the person who cut my hair said that if i damaged it with dye, it would become more shaggy and rough and woudlnt look so striaght
in that case, it sounds awesome... very edgy

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15-06-2005
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colouring virgin hair...
I have not coloured my hair ever since I grew out a pixie cut so it is all my natural pooh brown colour (!!). I am getting bored and would maybe like to try some colour. I quite like this colour as I am considering going darker rather than lighter but I guess am open to suggestions.


My colouring is not really similar to MK, I have hazel eyes, dark eyebrows but pale-olive skin. What are your suggestions? I hate regrowth though as well as upkeep (so lazy) and have no idea about high lights and low lights but probably believe this should not be tried at home from a bottle??!! Help please!

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15-06-2005
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Hei wowandflutter, due to your cool skin tone, i think a darker colour might suit you just great, but taking into account that darker colurs are harder to remove from hair if you get bored, i'd say go light first. If you think blonde is too light, try a light hazelnut colour or maybe a dark blonde. The highlights and lowlights are a good ideea, as they are very easy to maintain and make your hair seem thicker, but don't try getting them at home, the result won't even compare to the work of a qualified hairstylist.

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a request
i am going to have a haircut tomorrow and i really dunno what to do...

i wanna short hair,not too short(like a boy) but short.

can you give me some suggestion? pics? something that might help?
thanks...

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29-06-2005
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how short do you want it? do you want a lot of layers ?

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30-06-2005
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yes with a lot of layers...



how short?

something like this

wow i like this haircut!!!but i'm not sure that it's good for girls in my age(16)
or this


i want this length or something with a little bit hair on the neck

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04-04-2006
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kuran did you ever get that cut? thats what ive been working towards and i think my length is fially there... only took me 7 freakin months!!!!

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06-04-2006
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I hate my hair right now. Before I got a haircut my hair was very smooth and nice and silky, but then I went to get a haircut last week and after that my hair seems to be more rough and has a horrible texture. I think they ruined my hair.

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07-04-2006
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Does anyone know a nice haircut for men with curly hair?

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07-04-2006
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^ I have the same question.

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23-04-2006
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And up

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23-04-2006
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hahaha...i have the same question too! im currently trying to grow it out long...ugh!! it's currently only up to my eyes...sigghhh...

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27-04-2006
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Haircuts for men
Inspired by the thread posted earlier today, I really think that there should be one for the guys too! I have very very long hair now (look at my avatar), and want to cut it as soon as possible. I found a cut that Toni&Guy Stockholm made for the S/S earlier this year. I think it is great!! But I would have liked it a bit more sharp.. So it would be nice of you guys to post some more cuts to have a look at!

Tip for scandinavians: www.manolo.se! Nice page for the trendy man, written in swedish.


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27-04-2006
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Yeh i wanna kno a good cut for curly hair. I grew it pretty long, up to my eyes. But then it looked real bad so i cut it! Now i have sorta 40's barbered style, side partin with slight quiff. Figured quite a bit in spring collections so i went for it!

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