Thin, limp hair --> hair cut advice?

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Thin, limp hair --> hair cut advice?
Direct Link To This Post mm_megan November 22 2009 at 2:18am  Quote mm_megan Quote  Post Reply Reply


So that's me, just in case you were wondering. I don't normally look so depressed and serious.

My hair always looks really limp and dry, and it's also super thin. I was thinking about getting it cut really short, but at the same time I'm nervous it might mess up. I know you guys are good with giving advice, so please look after me! =)

These are the ideas I've had:



Thanks a bunch!
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Direct Link To This Post Kimbearly November 22 2009 at 10:42pm  Quote Kimbearly Quote  Post Reply Reply
I actually do not think your hair looks that bad.  It does not look limp or dry to me.  I think you would look great with any of the two styles that you posted, but those styles are a huge difference than what you already have.  Right now I am wondering what kind of shampoo, conditioner and hair products you are using?  Even me, with a head full of Italian hair can have limp hair with the wrong products.  
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Direct Link To This Post Bob S December 05 2009 at 1:14pm  Quote Bob S Quote  Post Reply Reply
     Honestly, Megan, you have great hair. Don't buy into the "thin, limp" thing! I do think that the layering was overdone by your last stylist, but the good thing is that as time marches on, layers do blend. It'll only get better for you. Maybe a few minor trims of an inch or so at the very bottom to bring the lengths closer.
     If you do go short, go slowly. You can easily take more any time. Best, Bob Smile
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Direct Link To This Post roro0202 January 11 2010 at 2:10am  Quote roro0202 Quote  Post Reply Reply
I think your hairstyle in the first pic is pretty good! It suits your face perfectly! The long/medium hairstyle is better for you than the short.Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Miss Burgundy January 12 2010 at 2:46pm  Quote Miss Burgundy Quote  Post Reply Reply
I think your hair looks pretty thick on top. I agree with Bob S that it's probably just your layers. If you let it grow and then cut them off (or cut first then let grow), then you'll have nice thick hair at the ends too. And even with the layers at the bottom, I don't think it's limp. It looks like it has nice body and waves.
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