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Gettin my hair cut tomorrow, what should i get done? (pic attached)

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Hairmare Wed 26-Feb-14 18:35:49

I've just dyed in back to brown to dry and revive it and make it look abit healthy, was dry and fried as blonde and my hair is naturally curly but I straighten it.
I was thinking about getting long layers put in and framing it abit at the front, will this be enough to transform it though? I'm trying to grow it but it is definitely taking a while sad

HalleLouja Wed 26-Feb-14 18:43:57

I am no way an expert but think your hair looks lovely. I would b tempted to cut it shoulder length and have some layers around your face.

Tweet2tweet Wed 26-Feb-14 19:04:15

You look lovely, I think a blunter fringe and choppy long bob would suit you

CrepeFoofette Wed 26-Feb-14 19:08:05

Oooh I agree with tweet - think that would look fab.

WowserBowser Wed 26-Feb-14 19:12:33

I thought bob.

ScentedScandal Wed 26-Feb-14 19:17:16

I don't know but you have have lovely hair and a pretty facesmile. Although a bob would suit you it would be a shame to cut too much off your hair. <no help am I??grin> Maybe make more or the fringe?

Selks Wed 26-Feb-14 19:39:18

I think you'd really suit long length hair with some longer layers and a short, blunt fringe. Your face could really carry it off.
Something like these pics maybe...

MushroomSoup Wed 26-Feb-14 19:51:49

Selks they're fab!

nomorebooze Wed 26-Feb-14 20:15:28

I think this would really really suit you! you have a lovely face I was going to post a shorter hair pic but thought you may freaksmile

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Hairmare Wed 26-Feb-14 20:28:33

I've had it short before, never had proper long hair so definetly keeping my length but like the long layer pics smile

Tweet2tweet Wed 26-Feb-14 20:41:09

I was thinking something more like this but with a slightly shorter fringe

cerealqueen Wed 26-Feb-14 23:49:09

More of a fringe to frame your eyes?

LordPalmerston Thu 27-Feb-14 06:04:08

Shorter. It hangs

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