Help me style my hair please....

(9 Posts)
Nishky Sat 30-Jan-16 15:57:38

I have been growing out my very short hair since September-I fancy a jaw length bob with some layers for movement- I prefer choppier/messy hair rather than sleek.

However I am at that hideous stage-I had it cut yesterday to remove the mullet, but I have that odd looking almost Lego person cut.

Do I straighten it, curl it, put it behind my ears, put a hair band in. I am 50 with straight laced public facing job so can't go too wacky.

I had been clipping the front back, but since the cut it didn't look right, which now means I have a sort of fringe which really isn't helping!

Seahorsecandy Sat 30-Jan-16 19:21:14

Are you on FB? Come and join MrsGloss&TheGoss - they're so lovely over there and were so helpful when I wanted a completely restyle , loads of hairdressers there

withaspongeandarustyspanner Sat 30-Jan-16 20:25:43

Can you experiment with some of that hair product - I can't think of a specific name, but it's not a wax, not a gel, but you put it in and you can rework it throughout the day. I used that when I was growing out my short, playmobil hair.

leadrightfoot Sat 30-Jan-16 21:06:07

Try XXL plumping powder by Batiste (boots sell it) little pot use a wee bit at the roots and you are replump ad lib all day it sort of sticks it where you need it without being greasy

SpottyDot Sat 30-Jan-16 21:23:48

Can we see your hair as it is now?

Nishky Sun 31-Jan-16 10:45:58

www.short-hairstyles.co/20-best-chin-length-bob-with-bangs.html

Nishky Sun 31-Jan-16 10:48:34

I don't want to put a photo up and out myself, but that top one is a bit like it-my hair is shorter, not quite at my jaw, and more layers, so if I brush it back it looks like a 70's footballer- it's quite grim really.

I will look at the FB group and try different products

Thanks for the replies

burnishedsilver Sun 31-Jan-16 11:07:03

Try curling it.

Nishky Sun 31-Jan-16 11:55:04

Thanks burnished I will give that a go!

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