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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    :lolwut: I never believe it when people say they have their parents cut their hair for them. I go to the Christian barber down the street every six or so weeks and get a nice little Christian boy haircut for £5. :angel:
    well my mum previously worked in a hair salon so i trusted her based on that :giggle:
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    (Original post by bluemadhatter)
    That's my life tbh :sad: I've changed career paths like 10 times and don't even get me started on relationships.

    I don't think I'm going to cut it for a while. Hmm extensions would be a good idea but for me it feels fake and therefore I can't be confident with it.
    The best way is to knuckle down and grow it to a medium level so you cna go either way. Think carefully before you cut it again.
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    well my mum previously worked in a hair salon so i trusted her based on that :giggle:
    ohhhhhhh well that makes sense :rofl: I thought she just randomly went at you with a pair of scissors
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    (Original post by bluemadhatter)
    I just normal shampoos and conditioners which probably isnt a good idea in itself... what kind of special shampoos do you use?
    Well before I discovered I had psoriasis, I used to use shampoos with argan oil or macadamia oil that was natural and not full of the harmful stuff. You'd probably want to stop using a generic shampoo and get one specific for your hair type and having oil in your shampoo means you don't have to put in your hair after that leaves your hair greasy. Or you can use a bit of coconut oil that is not liquid and put it in your hair then rinse.
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    I have long hair and I've cut it a few times - well i mean trim and although it looks nice. I'm getting it cut half way soon But some people adore long hair but taking care of it is very hard but if you have straight hair then i guess it's fine but having frizzy curly hair is quite hard
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    lol. i want short hair.
    long hair causes too much fuss(for me)
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    Hair extensions would be a great idea for you! This info http://aliexpress-coupons.com/aliexpress-hair/ may be helpful for you. This resource provides great tips on the types of extensions, their pros and cons, and how to choose a store to buy at.
 
 
 
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