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Need a hairstyle

(7 Posts)
bronze Sat 17-Oct-09 18:23:59

Its currently about three inches below my shoulders and incredibly thick

I'm liking Kate Walshes latest bob but can't find any decent pics where its not really style ( I like how it is in the latest series)

|Anyone got any other ideas or suggestions for me please

I'm not very good at styling my own hair and dont have much time for me so something practical please just fed up of the pony tail

CybilCeremony Sat 17-Oct-09 18:36:23

Is it wavy? could you go for a curlyish layered bob thingy?

Heated Sat 17-Oct-09 18:43:16

this sort of thing?

I think wavy hair with a straightened fringe can look absolutely lovely.

Heated Sat 17-Oct-09 18:45:05

with fringe but hair left wavy or all straightend.

bronze Sat 17-Oct-09 19:26:49

Ok its not dead straight but not wavy really either. More wavy when it feels like it

I love those fringe haircuts but my hairs so thick even straightened a fringe sticks straight out ( I grew the last one out pretty darn quickly)

I'm loving this but would it work with really thick hair and would it need to be taken ages over?

I'm so crap at this stuff I've had my hair in a permanent pony tail the last 6+ years

bronze Sat 17-Oct-09 19:27:50

actually I like the newer shorter length even more

Heated Sat 17-Oct-09 19:39:04

My hair is very similar in style but with a fringe that can swept to the side. To get it into a layered bob it needed thinning to get the shape. To dry it straight I use what the hairdresser used, which is mousse, heat & seal, and gloss drops to reduce the fine frizz. Sticking it back in a pony tail is much easier!

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