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how do i stop my hair flicking out at the bottom?

(11 Posts)
cheeryface Wed 24-Sep-08 22:40:36

it was long, and have had it cut to shoulder length. it would be great if it didnt keep flicking outwards !

what is the best thing to do ??

Jewelsandgems Thu 25-Sep-08 07:45:50

Hair that sits on the shoulder often flicks out and even if you manage to straighten it so it does not, you know that shortly the flick will re-emerge!

When it gets 1 inch past that stage the flicks should stop (did for me) but then with my current style if I do get the flick it actually looks ok.

Sorry not much help!

sagacious Thu 25-Sep-08 07:57:50

I actively encourage my hair to flick out blush

If hairdresser does an under he uses a big barrel metal brush (the heat of the hairdryer warms it up and helps blowdrying IIRC) and it seems to work.

I just can't be arsed with the faff so look like Pippi Longstocking

Flier Thu 25-Sep-08 08:03:59

sometimes the cut is done in such a way as to encourage it to flick out - is it layered at all? I think if its layered this encourages it to do so.

brimfull Thu 25-Sep-08 08:06:13

I have this problem

hair is chin length though so looks worse

if i blow dry it straight it lasts a millisecond

littlelapin Thu 25-Sep-08 08:17:03

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

SheikYerbouti Thu 25-Sep-08 08:21:11

You can have my hair if you like. It is poker straight at all times, no matter what I do to it. I look a bit like Neil from the Young Ones

No idea re. the flick

(And Lapin, I read it as that too grin E-mail me.....)

bubblerock Thu 25-Sep-08 08:22:51

Mine turns out until I straighten it.

Mumsnut Thu 25-Sep-08 19:29:20

Are you Miss Hoolie?

CherryChapstick Thu 25-Sep-08 19:35:25

Mine does it to. In a chin length bob.
I blowdry it under then straighten it. Lasts for an hour.

pmsl,. littlelapin!!!

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