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11-12-2009
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^ Same here. But my "facial framing" layers are just the reminder of the bangs I had last year... my hair doesn't grow fast enough it seems

And I swear by the Fekkai glossing cream

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I think it's a hard style to pull off,especially if your really is really thick or really thin.Christy Turlington in Catwalk pulls it off though!

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I love this kind of hairstyle. But it shouldnt be too long!

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I want my hair like this. I have many layers so it takes a long time...

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I am so inspired by Devon Aoki's hair. It's long, straight, one length, shiny and perfect


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I love Leigh's hair. I have thin hair so I can't pull of long one length hair it gets so flat.

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Devons hair is gorgeous! Thanks for posting michyed.

I went to the hairdresser (is this correct engl?) few weeks ago and she told me my hair would be 'ugly' for a year. BUT it grows faster than ever before so hopefully it will only take half a year before it will be one length. Really hope so!

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I love long hair and I would like to have long layers, I mean starting below chin level and down from there. But it´s tricky, because when you say "layers" to your hairdresser you end up invariably with a lot of shortish hair, they get pouffy and you regret it for loooong months.
If you have a lot of hair in long you need layers, specially if your hair is not stick straight. If you don´t layer your hair your´re a slave to the iron, or your hair becomes pouffy with a "triangle" shape.

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31-01-2012
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I love long hair and I would like to have long layers, I mean starting below chin level and down from there. But it´s tricky, because when you say "layers" to your hairdresser you end up invariably with a lot of shortish hair, they get pouffy and you regret it for loooong months.
If you have a lot of hair in long you need layers, specially if your hair is not stick straight. If you don´t layer your hair your´re a slave to the iron, or your hair becomes pouffy with a "triangle" shape.

I have this problem!!! I get the horrible triangle shaped "dog ears" hanging on the side of my head when I have long hair because its so thick! I am growing my hair out and have medium layers in... long layers so far are really unnoticable and still give me that triangle look!!!

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I took 7 inches off of my hair recently (in two trips to the hairdresser,all at once is too scary a thought!) and my hair is now finally all one length,aboout 3 inches past my shoulders. I would say that my hair is in a pretty decent condition,but I've noticed it's pretty prone to breakages. Does anybody know of any products that are specifically for long hair? Or have any advice?

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One length hair rules!

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I took 7 inches off of my hair recently (in two trips to the hairdresser,all at once is too scary a thought!) and my hair is now finally all one length,aboout 3 inches past my shoulders. I would say that my hair is in a pretty decent condition,but I've noticed it's pretty prone to breakages. Does anybody know of any products that are specifically for long hair? Or have any advice?
I keep hearing good things about Aussie and they have a line called Luscious Long. Haven't tried this one myself yet but it definitely sounds like it's worth a try!

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05-02-2012
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Ahh thank you! I used to use Aussie but it completely slipped my mind that they have a long hair range. Shall be giving it a go!

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