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Please help me pick a haircut!

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JemimaBee Wed 15-Jun-16 20:59:13

Hi all,

after years of long(ish) hair I feel like I am ready to go for something different! I want to chop it off. I think I will go for a bob, but I can't decide what lenght and style I should pick.

Please help me decide between these three options.

Bear in mind that:

- I have an edgy face with strong cheekbones and pointy chin.

- my nose is not too big.

- my hair is very straight, fine and brown(ish).

Many thanks for your help!!

nilbyname Wed 15-Jun-16 21:17:56

Middle one, get a long sweeps fringe that's just about long enough to tuck behind ear. Will look lush!

LadyAntonella Wed 15-Jun-16 21:25:18

I think the first one might work best with your hair and face type (if I'm picturing it properly). I do like the middle one though. Not keen on the third at all really.

LadyAntonella Wed 15-Jun-16 21:27:13

I like this too (think it's similar to the first one you posted).

ophiotaurus Wed 15-Jun-16 21:27:53

I like the middle best

sneepy Wed 15-Jun-16 21:35:23

I don't want to rain on your parade but if you've got very straight hair you are going to spend half your life wielding a blow dryer and round brush. Have you considered something even shorter, a sort of long pixie?

retainertrainer Wed 15-Jun-16 21:44:14

I don't think she will sneepy. I've got the same hair type and my bob curls naturally under because of the cut.

JemimaBee Wed 15-Jun-16 21:45:27

Sneepy I had short hair before (both pixie and bob) and with a good short haircut my hair just felt into place naturally. Unless I want a weavy style, then of course I need to curl it with a wand.

I don't want to go for a pixie because I know it is very high- maintenance. I love the style (and I think it suits me well) but I can't be bothered to trim it so often!!!

sneepy Wed 15-Jun-16 22:00:26

Ah. If your hair curls naturally under then you don't have very straight hair. All of those would be very high maintenance for me. Pixie much easier to deal with.

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