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Low maintenance hair

(6 Posts)
paneer Wed 21-Nov-12 12:39:16

My hair get cut into a should length bob, it grows for 6 months and then I go and get it cut into a shoulder length bob, it grows....

I need inspiration for a new low maintenance hair cut. Where is a good place to start? I don't have that kind of relationship with a hairdresser (I have not relationship a hairdresser).

Inspiration please!

Clumsasaurus Wed 21-Nov-12 18:26:19

Try a blunt fringe, easy to maintain (£3 fringe trim every 4-6 weeks and ignore the rest) You can tie it up and with the fringe done it looks more stylish. In the mornings you can wet just the fringe and a 2 min blow dry with a round brush and perfection!

You can alos pin it back on a bad/wet day!

Beaverfeaver Wed 21-Nov-12 23:25:30

Do you have to have thick hair to have a fringe?

ceeveebee Wed 21-Nov-12 23:30:27

I had my hair cropped short (like Katie Holmes used to have it) when I had my twins. Love it - completely no maintenance, I don't even dry it and it just falls into place. A good hair stylist will be able to give you ideas to fit what you want

cerealqueen Wed 21-Nov-12 23:38:17

Chin length bob graduated into the back of your neck, mine needs no styling, even though very fine hair and looks very chic when I do style it.

I put nice clips in it if I am feeling funky.

Clumsasaurus Thu 22-Nov-12 10:06:48

I have a fringe and my hair is pretty fine

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