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    I've had the same hair style since I was 6, no colour, no styling, it just sort of sits there, I only got it cut once it became so long I struggled to see. I think I should actually do something with it now, what would your suggestions be? Below are 2 pics to give you some idea of what I'm working with.

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    I suggest you figure out what kind of haircut you think would look good on you. If you have any skills with Photoshop you could try that. If not, there are some random websites online that you could fine that allow you to try different hairstyles on a picture.

    It's the easiest way to figure it out without having to grow out your hair and try random haircuts until you like something.

    Keep in mind that if you decide to style it, you'll have to take time to do that every morning.
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    Experiment, look at youtube videos to help you decide as well.
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    (Original post by BefuddledPenguin)
    I've had the same hair style since I was 6, no colour, no styling, it just sort of sits there, I only got it cut once it became so long I struggled to see. I think I should actually do something with it now, what would your suggestions be? Below are 2 pics to give you some idea of what I'm working with.

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    With hair like that, you may aswell shave it all and become a Buddhist monk.
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    Seriously though, use some recommended products and just experiment
 
 
 
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