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15-02-2011
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you could... divide the part that goes flat, and leave it till the end of the process.
Divide the remaining part into 3 and make with the botom 2/3rds a low pony tail with that invisible rubber bands...
with the 1/3 that remains, (it will be the blob), comb it straight in a 90º angle, tie it somewhere along the middle in that angle and take it to the end of the original ponytail. it has to be longer than the point where the first ponytail begins, then when you take both ponytails together, it will lift up. Secure it with bobby pins (our best friends).
finally, comb the flat remaining part and secure them with bobby pins as well and cover up with a thicker band.
If it is confusing, I could try better.. is it understandable?

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20-07-2011
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This hair looks so beautiful. Does anybody know how to create this look?

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Oh Me: it looks a bit like waves created by rolling the hair up in a bun when the hair is damp (because of the volume) and some front sections have been curled with a curling iron to give the hairstyle some definition. But that's just my guess... Since that's approximately the hair style I get when i go to sleep with my hair tied in a bun.

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how to get it messy w/ very loose waves? i've tried to get this with a flat iron but they come out too tight.


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Sarah Michelle Gellar hair from CW party/teen choice?

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just had a horrible haircut and I cant seem to do anything with it. Im think a soft wave would look better but I cant seem to figure out how to do them. Something like this:

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Can someone let me (a total noob at hairstyling, mind) know how to get curls/waves like these?


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I thought I would share one of my favorite hairstyle looks, one which I don't think is as well known. The Gibson Tuck hairstyle is wicked easy to do and it looks fantastic. It was originally worn during the early 20th century, around the 1910's and such, but it's really a classic look. I've found that I like wearing it all the time because it's a quite an effortless look. Here's a link to the site, with a easy how-to.

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I wish I could help people in this thread but alas I am a dud when it comes to hair. :p

does anyone know how to achieve this look?

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I'm guessing a... crimper or something? I don't own one though. and my hair is terribly long and straight, ugh. I love this look though, it's just under the amount of crimp that would put in the 90s.

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Could anyone explain how to get curls with such a volume? Also is a curling iron used or curlers or any other technique? Of course there are extensions used, but still I can't understand the technique.


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looks like heaps of hairspray and teasing the hair maybe?

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I wish I could help people in this thread but alas I am a dud when it comes to hair. :p

does anyone know how to achieve this look?

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I'm guessing a... crimper or something? I don't own one though. and my hair is terribly long and straight, ugh. I love this look though, it's just under the amount of crimp that would put in the 90s.
With soaking wet hair, part it in half, and make three to four braids in each half. Leave it overnight or more, and when dry, dismantle the braids without brushing it, mantaining each part of the braid intact. For extra looseness and volume, separate the parts with your hands. For messy frizzy hair, do it with a brush.

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These big loose waves. I can't figure it out. Do I use a curling iron or rollers? I've checked out tutorials and how-to's online but no luck. I want to recreate this exact same hairstyle. I don't want "curly" hair or beach waves. I want this. Any suggestions or ideas? TIA .



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The hair in post 152 is absolutely gorgeous!

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These big loose waves. I can't figure it out. Do I use a curling iron or rollers? I've checked out tutorials and how-to's online but no luck. I want to recreate this exact same hairstyle. I don't want "curly" hair or beach waves. I want this. Any suggestions or ideas? TIA .

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I have natural curly hair, similar to this picture, but with smaller curls. When I do a victory roll with DRY hair, after having it secure the whole day, I take it off and it looks like that. Maybe you can do it with wet hair, and doing the roll with a lot of hair, and big parts?

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