It’s not horrible I guess, but unless I straighten (which takes like an hour) it doesn’t look good. I had hair a bit past shoulder length, and asked for long layers and somehow it turned into a bunch of really short, choppy layers 😛
Advice would be appreciated (=
|December 24, 2014 at 22:48|
You could cover it with a hat or a tichel/mitpachat. That’s this: https://wrapunzel.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/img_0564.jpg They’re really beautiful, imo.
I had my long, curly hair cut short this past summer. It’s grown back to shoulder length by now but when it was really short I usually just put it in rollers because I don’t use heat products on my hair. That makes it cute and short and very curled.
|December 25, 2014 at 10:11|
Wow that is beautiful! Thanks! 🙂
|December 25, 2014 at 10:56|
You do absolutely nothing and realize that you are spectacularly beautiful no matter what kind of hair you have. 🙂
…^ Genuine advice, however if you’re looking at practical tips, sorry…I’m at a loss for those. xD
|December 25, 2014 at 15:47|
Aww thank you! You’re fabulous Mandi 🙂
|December 25, 2014 at 16:04|
If I were you, I would play around with different accessories. Try cute headbands or clips or bobby pins or whatever you want and experiment with different styles. You may not be 100% happy with your haircut but you can at least make it look nicer until it grows out some and you can go back to the salon. When I got a haircut that I didn’t really like, I wore headbands a lot and it just seemed to work better than having nothing in my hair. And just remember that it’s just hair. I know it’s important to us girls but it does grow 🙂 Also something that you can do is look for natural hair growth treatments. While these are not always proven, it’s worth a try. Good luck 🙂
|December 26, 2014 at 16:54|
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