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Can you please spare a couple of minutes to see if this will suit me?

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I have added a couple of photos to my profile, at the moment weight wise I am in between.

Do you think I would suit this cut?

Thank you in advance smile

cocolepew Tue 21-May-13 13:18:13

I had my hair like that for a couple of years, I have a very fat round face and I thought it suited me fine.

Autumn12 Tue 21-May-13 13:20:59

Being honest I think your hair is too fine. It wouldn't look anything like you wanted unless you spent ages on it every day and used a lot of product.

HelloMaryLou Tue 21-May-13 13:43:18

Much agree to start with the Sarah cut.

You have a (lovely) round face - I do too - and the one time I got a short cut it looked bl*ody awful. It did absolutely nothing for me, it wasn't feminine on me, it emphasised my chin(s) blush and made me feel clumping and manly.

Ginnifer has got a gamine, Audrey Hepburn face, with a pointy chin, high defined cheekbones and quite elfin features. Sarah also has a thin-nish face but her cut is a lot more forgiving and suits a lot more face types.

Good on you for taking the plunge though! <admiring> I have had the same long bob for years and years, although I do like trying out different non-permanent styles like bun rings and plaits. I have not the patience or the time to be blow-drying into a style and using wax etc for definition. Your hair also looks soft (not fine, there's lots of it, but soft) and this (like mine) does not also lend itself to a sharply defined cut like Ginnifer's.

Imagine how Ginnifers looks without the mousse and the thickening spray and the wax and the hairspray.. Sarah's will also require a bit of styling, but you can probably scrunch some stying spray in the roots for a more convinient day-to-day look.

FunnysInLaJardin Tue 21-May-13 13:55:46

lovely cut. I had mine cut like that about 3 years ago from a short bob and everyone was shock and said they hated it. Now whenever anyone sees a photo from that time they say how nice it was, even DH who hated it at the time. FFS. So I would say do it and see what it looks like. It will always grow!

LaTrucha Tue 21-May-13 13:57:33

I'm not sure that's exactly the one but I do think you should go shorter and more round the facey. It would look really nice.

(hairdresser, me wink)

Ilovemyteddy Tue 21-May-13 14:00:50

My hair is cut like the Sarah Harding photo linked up thread and it suits me much more than the short hair I used to have (I also have a round face.). Got mine done at Toni and Guy and it's very easy to maintain, even though I go swimming every day.

Thank you everyone for your replies.

My mum is on stand by for babysitting and I have chosen the hairdressers so will call tomorrow.

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