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Old 03-06-2007, 08:21 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by rock cloud
Once I remember on 'What Not To Wear" they had a girl with beautiful curly hair and after he cut it he put mousse in it and dried it with a diffuser. It looked gorgeous when he was done. But honestly thats one of the few times I can remember when shows left curly hair alone. Kuddo's to nick on what not to wear!
I agree - Nick on "What Not To Wear" is one of the very few stylists I've seen who will work with curly hair, rather than against it. I think it may be because he's a curly himself. Makeover shows need more like him - and so do salons. I've given up on finding a stylist who knows how to style my hair curly. When I get a cut, I either leave with my hair wet or let them do a blowout. Whenever someone has tried to make me curly, it's, well, not pretty.
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