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    (Original post by klipsan)
    Frankie's hair is lovely, but far too clean-cut for me. I'm the type of person who does a lot of hiking and sports, and I could never keep it so pristine. Something messy would work better for me, I reckon; that doesn't need a lot of maintenance. The second hairstyle is also too clean-but for me. As for the final 2 bobs; I have a pretty strong jaw line, and I'm concerned that a bob that ends at the chin is only going to accentuate that~
    Thanks for the advice though!
    have a look at the hairstyle I posted above of Nicola Roberts, she has it in a more glamourous style and the next pic looks a lot more care free.

    The picture of lana del rey was to show hair colour only, I thought you could get that haircolour put have the haircut which featured the centre parting (rosie huntington whiteley).
    Also I think Frankie's hairstyle would still look good all messy and rough looking...but maybe thats just because its Frankie .
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    (Original post by klipsan)
    So I'm not normally one to throw my photo up for all to see; but it's kind of hard to give people a good idea of what I look like without one...

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    I've had the same style for as long as I can remember, but I want a drastic change... any ideas? What would suit my face shape? Put it this way, I have to cut it regardless because of the damage, so no 'it looks fine the way it is'... haha.
    What damage? Why do you have to cut it, there isn't anything wrong with it...


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    (Original post by M1011)
    Have you seen Breaking Bad? Copy that. Sorted.
    Who? Skylar?

    She's fuggers.
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    You're so pretty I think you'd look nice with a fringe, or maybe more layers around the face.
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    (Original post by RollandGarros)
    Who? Skylar?

    She's fuggers.
    Obviously not... the main guy.
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    (Original post by M1011)
    Obviously not... the main guy.
    Walt? She's a girl :indiff:
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    (Original post by RollandGarros)
    Walt? She's a girl :indiff:
    Your sense of humour resembles a rock.
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    Get a full fringe and cut it shorter


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    (Original post by klipsan)
    So I'm not normally one to throw my photo up for all to see; but it's kind of hard to give people a good idea of what I look like without one...

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    I've had the same style for as long as I can remember, but I want a drastic change... any ideas? What would suit my face shape? Put it this way, I have to cut it regardless because of the damage, so no 'it looks fine the way it is'... haha.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, as quite often the hairdresser doesn't have a bloody clue herself.

    And don't go too hard on the photo- took a lot of guts to upload that aha...
    I am a guy and I think a hairstyle that adds a little bit of thickness on top of your head would suit you. You seem to have a round face and it would make it look more elongated. But I think you look cute anyway, don't have to change it unless you are bent on it.
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    Well as a dreadhead I am ALWAYS trying to encourage people to get dreadlocks.... that would be pretty drastic. And it can look ridiculously gorgeous if they are well maintained, and as you've got such a clear complexion and natural look I think they would really suit you

    However, I am aware this is definitely not something a lot of people would delve into, so perhaps go for a bob? That's the only other relatively drastic change I can think of - personally I think your hair at the moment is gorgeous and I really wouldn't change it (unless..ahem..dreadlocks..ahem)

    Love and light :suith:
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    I know its irrelavent but wow you so stunning! I wish I looked like you!

    I would say a side fringe and layers put into your hair. Shoulder length would be nice or a graduated style

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    You have a really nice face shape so anything would suit you really! C:
    Something like this would look nice:
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    But in my opinion, if you really want a drastic change then go for something like this:
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