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ok im really wanting the 'emo look' but i have no idea what to do with my hair. its really thick and wavy but i straighten it often. Any ideas on what I should do with it??? (colour, length, style)

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Edited by Azrael., 23 August 2011 - 05:51 AM.
Adding gallery link.

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First of all, get some protecting syrum, it looks a little dry.

An idea of what might suit you:

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^ Personally I like that one, for you.
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First of all, get some protecting syrum, it looks a little dry.

An idea of what might suit you:

http://www.stencil-w.../emo_hair_3.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.../s1600/0008.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.../s1600/0033.jpg

http://1.bp.blogspot...ayered hair.jpg

^ Personally I like that one, for you.




for me???

arg only the first pic will load. the other wont. grrrr

Edited by Azrael., 27 August 2011 - 02:20 AM.
Merged.

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Yes for you. Also, I edited the images into links in the quote.
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I need some help with my hair it often curls at the side. I seem to have a slight cowlick that sticks up more and more as the day goes on, it doesn't end up sticking out too far but it gets really annoying. Not only this but I want both side bangs like oli Sykes and I can't seem to get them to do this :( any help would be much apprieciated.

Thanks

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(the pic is taken from the side which does not have a cowlick.)
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^ Do you use any gels or spray?
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Some pomade may work, it's good stuff.
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My hair is very fluffy and I want to unfluf the fluffyness to make it nice and smooth ;3 any ideas? Im using an iron bar and such.
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Use product - are you using it when straightening to protect your hair?

First use product to protect you hair from going dry, brittle and so on, if you're straightening it a lot. Unless you're lucky and have naturally good hair in that respect.

Then use anti-frizz products, a brand I like is the Phyto one.

Phyto Phytodefrisant Frizzy Hair

Phytolisse Smoothing Serum
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My hair is massive curly and half is relaxed and other flat ironed. I dont want to keep flat ironing my hair and i want to cut and dye it. Will the relaxer affect the dye and my hair thickness?
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Pretty much answered here.

I'd recomend one or the other and then wait one or two weeks (at least) before getting the other done. If you get a relaxer then you should stay away from strightening/blow drying it and so on.
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Soo this is how i look , little weird i know :D

Anyway , i wanted to change my hairstyle , but i dont know what style should i make , and id like to add some colors more , but still i dunno :D

Soo maybe u guys can give me ur opinion . :)

Thanx *Huggz*
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Hya all of ya.
Mi have a question regarding my hair, because mi wanted to make something in ya know, Emo style, but can't find a ting that suits me.
Right now mi hair is more dan 45Cm's. Mi was looking for some photos of Emo guys with theyr hairs, couldn't find one that suits me.
Maybe ya can help me?
Really appreciate it..

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