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    I am going to a themed party tomorrow, where I will be dressing in the style of someone from the 60's.

    I have the dress etc, but I have no idea how to do my hair

    I have long hair with a fringe. What can I do?
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    Back comb your hair... loose curls...
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    Also put it in a bun!
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    If you could do a beehive that would look amazing. I think you can buy hair cushions to make it bigger if you can't backcomb enough to get the height.
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    Back comb for sure

    Maybe a quiff - more 50's

    Check images for the Hairspray movie, I think the name says it already: lots of spray

    also Brady Bunch do "flick the ends outwards"
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    (Original post by grotowski_geek)
    Also put it in a bun!
    (Original post by MayaIllusion)
    Back comb your hair... loose curls...

    I like both ideas, but I am useless at hair so please explain!
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    Okay right. Putting it into a bun is some serious skill.

    Firstly lather your hair in Butter. I know right it sounds ridiculous but trust me it works!

    And you smell (plus taste) really nice

    You could also buy a klingy ding that really helps!!

    Curl it up and perhaps stick those japanese sticky things in for extra measure!
    I call this the butter noodle bun
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    (Original post by grotowski_geek)

    You could also buy a klingy ding that really helps!!
    Not sure about the butter
    I once drenched my hair with olive oil and the results werent good

    But I bought a Klingy Ding last week, they really work
    Seriously I can make my hair curly straight whatever, within minutes

    Haha I'm like a walking ad
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    Those things are great! Not sure you can buy them in england though
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    i'd probabally back comb it if i were you

    this website gives you tips on how to do it:

    http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip7000.htm

    have fun x
 
 
 
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