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cool thread

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hi , can someone help me...

i have straight-ish hair (gets a bit wavy as it gets longer)

would i be able to make curlier?


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hi Guis, i think you would be able to make it curlier if you want, maybe go to a hair salon shop and ask them for like small curlers, you could put them in your hair for a few hrs. or if that doesnt suite you, maybe spray your hair with salt water and like cruch your hair up with ur fingers.. wont make it curly, but will make it textured..

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thank you esperanza i never heard of this salt water one

so easy and cheap!

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^gius, you could try using a curl activator and then gently crumpling the ends of your hair. It should give you nice, natural-looking waves or curls.

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How can I do this hairstyle ?

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^ omg i want to know how to do this too!!!

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I love this thread.

How can I get this one?


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsabcVRcWa8
that side ponytail is very similar to this one, hope i helped!!

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Thank you, SugarKane!

Okay, I have another question. I like the look the model has in the picture below, but how should I do my hair to coincide with the ribbons? My hair is about shoulder length so it needs to be something I can do with short hair.


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For those of you looking for a good tutorial on getting the beachy waves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--jF3...eature=related

I followed with Bed Head Manipulator and it worked a lot better than when I used the Bumble and Bumble surf spray

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I'd really like to know how make something like this.It seems she's got some padding under her hair but what exactly?I was trying such a many ways to do a big beehive or up do but nothing worked.



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Can someone explain how to make this look, please? I have long, straight hair, longer than Coco on this pic.

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Hmm, maybe tie it up in a bun when it's wet and leave to dry naturally.
I don't know what products you could use seeing as I don't have straight hair. But I do this on my wavy, very frizzy hair with no product and it comes out looking like that.

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I tried for so long to learn how to do the beachy waves and could never get it, and now I finally understand how to do it but I just got my hair cut so it's just a bit too short at the moment lol
could you explain please? I still don't know how to get it right

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