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    Posted: January 15 2000 at 3:50am
Does anyone know of good new hairstlyes for curly hair?
I want to go shorter than i am, it's shoulder length or so, i'm at a total loss? help!
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Ok for curly hair I find that shoulder length or chin legnth depending on thickness is the best style but if you want a nre do try goin with a ponytail and add a few hair gems or butterflies to really make your hair stylin. also maybe jus leave it down and add a few accessories, ones I like to reccomend are : Hair gems, Butterflies, Glitter clips, or bobypins with glitter or gesigns on them
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Hi,

There is a brand new article on the front page about long, thick curly hair styles and there are several photos of styles for curly hair as well as photos. There is also an article on updos for curly hair and an article on Ringles go wild.

Check out:
http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip481.htm
http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip473.htm
http://209.237.159.2/tips/tip321.htm

Two more articles on curly styles for short and medium hair are almost ready and should be published in the next few days.

Hope that helps. There is also a section on Hair Boutique devoted to curly hair info.

Best wishes
Karen Shelton
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hello

how can i make my thin srands curls look healthy?

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Hi! I have so much trouble finding new things to do with my hair. I usually stick it in a ponytail, but I want to get something different. I do a alot of active things so I cant were my hair down very often. Any ideas?
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i found going for a shape at the front added an illusion of short hair without chopping the whole lot off!!!!

adding chunky layers around my head roughly to below my ear made the curls sit on each other, although too shorter layers will make it bush out.

try it, i'm sure that you will like it, and if u don't it is really easy to straighten, so you have nothing to lose really.
(i recommend babyliss straight and shine plus)
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i found going for a shape at the front added an illusion of short hair without chopping the whole lot off!!!!

adding chunky layers around my head roughly to below my ear made the curls sit on each other, although too shorter layers will make it bush out.

try it, i'm sure that you will like it, and if u don't it is really easy to straighten, so you have nothing to lose really.
(i recommend babyliss straight and shine plus)
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Try an A line haircut for your curly hair.




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