Ideas for a Haircut/Glasses for me. Help Plz?

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  1. Bbrrrrraaappp

    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    Kay I figured I'd make this a two parter since face pics will help out with both.


    Hair issues- My hair is naturally thick/curly/wavy and the cut needs to be around the tops of the shoulders and up. (donating hair to locks of love)

    I've never dyed my hair, so I'd be willing to dye my hair, also I want a cut that's new and sassy and my haircuts are usually just pretty plain.

    Glasses issue- I've broken my nose a lot so most solid black frame types sit crooked on my face.

    Anywho pictures.


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    I'd love to have short bangs, trained to sit to the side, and have it cut back up short to just under my jaw, maybe an inch longer than my jaw if it was naturally curly. I loved curling my hair when it was that short.

    For weeks before I cut my hair I used to pull it back loosely as if tying it up and see how short I liked it. I miss when it was first cut short, but I've been growing it for months again! :rofl:

    In the first picture I think just above your shoulder, side parted, chopped into layers with styled bangs would work well. Have to look at the others closer. You have so much volume a short cut could work really to your advantage.
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    Also if anyone has pictures of ideas that I could bring into a stylist that would be amazing also.
     
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    but an inch or two shorter could work


    Just be aware that your type of hair is going to completely change without the weight of the length.
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    Unfortunately my hair doesn't really seam to curl like that, mine are like hybrid wave/curls where part of it waves and part of it curls so I'd definitely have to work to get it to do that.

    With my hair being super thick I also don't wanna pull a jlo or anything, or look like a fuzzball if my hair decides to be fluffy.
     
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    I meant the length and length of fringe more than the actual curls.
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    I like the fringe too, I'm not sure if I could pull off short hair+ curls with the thickness of my hair.



    This is what my hair looked like last time it was short and straightened.

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    Azn hair is nowhere NEAR whitey hair.

    It's not fair.
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    I'd rove to have asian hair. Honestry.
     
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    Find an amazing stylist to talk to.

    With the thickness of your hair, full bangs would be perfect, but maybe not for you.

    You may want to get them to layer and thin it with a razor.
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    But I have Italian hair.
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    That's my thing, when I used to live in Chicago I had an awesome stylist but since I've moved to Kansas City I have no idea who is a good stylist.

    A few friends have shown me who they go to, and I've seen their hair, and it's nothing special, they just get simple trims. I'm really nervous about new stylists since I had an incident a couple of years back.



    Something like these

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    That could work so well with shoulder length, layered, thinned out hair.
     
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    again with black hair.

    it's not white hair.

    all these things have to be taken into consideration.

    I miss my Pob. :hs:
     
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    pfffft
     
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    Bbrrrrraaappp New Member

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    I actually like those, and I'm usually not too found of bangs like that, mostly because I never seen them done tastefully in person.
     
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    XO bee a honey

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    aww cec aww

    wish i could help but my input is limited to yes or no questions :o
     
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    Your curls will be lighter when it's shorter as I said above. So there may be more spring in it, especially if you get it layered. Plus Keira's style there is extremely textured.
     
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    XO bee a honey

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    I know it's a long shot (because I'm a guy and don't know anything about girls hair)

    what about something like this

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    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    i dont know if she has the face shape to pull that one off :hs:
     

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