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    I'm so fed up with my hair and I would LOVE some ideas - Yes this thread is inspired by other current threads.

    Currently: It is brown, side parted, has a few layers, is a few inches below my shoulders and a mixture of wavy/curly/flicky - but straightens easily. I have quite a round face and know from experience that a full fringe looks awful!

    I want it long (at least almost to my shoulders at the longest part), I want to experiment, and to play with colours :yep: , I am happy to have different lengths throughout... and I would quite a lot to be taken back off my face - if that makes any sense! Like no big fringe covering my face

    Best bit - my boyfriends treating me :woo:

    Pos rep for great idea/ones I like :bigsmile:
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    ir depends on your face shape but this style looks gorgeous on my mates hair
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    the side fringe could be made shorter and the style can be messed up using wax
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    (Original post by python38)
    I really recommend a Pob with a side part. It looks great on a round face (I have one too lol), and, since your hair straightens well, it'd be a very easy style to create. It doesn't have a fringe, either/

    http://aslcdn.celebuzz.com/images/harshtimes110606.jpg

    You want one that's not thick like this:

    http://www.splendicity.com/ebeautyda...spice-hair.jpg

    but more straight and sleek like this:

    http://bp3.blogger.com/_NO2UOMMYKZ0/...ote-2268-4.jpg

    or this:

    http://www.hairstyles-haircuts.net/w...ir-330x464.jpg

    I guess you could even add highlights if you like.

    Good luck!

    Edit: The style was popularized by Victoria Beckham and is also known as a "Posh Bob," if you want to tell your hairdresser exactly which style it is.
    I LOVE this hair style.
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    That's my friend Phoebe!!!!!!!! :woo: :woo: :woo:
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    (Original post by Ilora-Danon)
    That's my friend Phoebe!!!!!!!! :woo: :woo: :woo:
    wow thats pretty cool
    tell her she has really really nice hair :p:
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    ir depends on your face shape but this style looks gorgeous on my mates hair
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    the side fringe could be made shorter and the style can be messed up using wax
    It looks good, but I don't know if it would just really accentuate a round face?

    OP, I'm wanting a complete re-style too so I don't have any suggestions except to have a good look around, find something you like and then try to tailor it to yourself.
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    (Original post by TheOneWho)
    It looks good, but I don't know if it would just really accentuate a round face?

    OP, I'm wanting a complete re-style too so I don't have any suggestions except to have a good look around, find something you like and then try to tailor it to yourself.
    I'm a bit worried that the shortness of the suggestions will not flatter my roundish face (although it is slightly more oval than round - oval egg ways not ET ways :bigsmile: ) I was thinking of something a bit longer.

    I'm definitely going to see if I can tailor ideas to suit me... I like the parting on the second Idea.
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    If you have layers in your hair the pob wont be like thge sleek and straight ones in the first pictures
    and be careful with a layerd bob because sometimes it goes a bit like a helmet! ha
    ive been their *vietnam flashbacks*
    not good! :-)
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    http://cdn-write.demandstudios.com/u...30/3/24433.jpg- I can see this looking quite nice, in any colour.
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    (Original post by amy1395)
    http://cdn-write.demandstudios.com/u...30/3/24433.jpg- I can see this looking quite nice, in any colour.
    I would honestly love hair like that - Not with those roots though :p:

    Do you think it's easy to manage though? As it's more styling than just the cut.
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    (Original post by shorty.loves.angels)
    I would honestly love hair like that - Not with those roots though :p:

    Do you think it's easy to manage though? As it's more styling than just the cut.
    I would think it would be okay to manage, if you looked after it.
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    (Original post by Ilora-Danon)
    That's my friend Phoebe!!!!!!!! :woo: :woo: :woo:
    She's gorgeous!

    And if I was going short with my hair I'd pick something like this - I reckon it would be versatile too
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    (Original post by amy1395)
    http://cdn-write.demandstudios.com/u...30/3/24433.jpg- I can see this looking quite nice, in any colour.
    I was going to suggest something similar to this, I have a round-ish face and a less layered/Longer version 'Rachel' cut really works with a swooping fringe. You then flick some out rather than curl it all in. My hair is quite long now but when it was first styled I had a darkish brown base, lighter brown and blondish highlights put through and it was gorgeous.

    But with a rounder face you cant have it shaped too much at the front at chin level or it will frame it too much like the Pob which I agree with TheOneWho is hit and miss for your face shape.
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    (Original post by amy1395)
    http://cdn-write.demandstudios.com/u...30/3/24433.jpg- I can see this looking quite nice, in any colour.
    screw the hair
    look at those eyes
    id kill to have such big beautiful eyes
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    (Original post by sabka7)
    screw the hair
    look at those eyes
    id kill to have such big beautiful eyes
    :sadnod: I agree ... I'll kill with you.
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    (Original post by shorty.loves.angels)
    :sadnod: I agree ... I'll kill with you.
    woaaah hold on there
    i didnt say anything about sharing
    :p:
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    (Original post by sabka7)
    woaaah hold on there
    i didnt say anything about sharing
    :p:
    Neither did I :p: I just want help to get them :bigsmile:
 
 
 
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