HAIRCUT ADVICE??

what is a good haircut for type 2b's, i would like to keep my hait long with a sidebang, but i would change it if there is a different cut that would look better on me. i dont want to look young, i already have a young looking face so if i get shorter it tends to make me look younger!

also if you have any celebrity names or pics that have good hair cuts please tell me

TIA! (thanks in advance)
Mine is just cut in long layers and my stylist did point cutting on me which is basically just cutting into random curls all around the head. It helps the hair spring up it seems without getting a choppy, shelf look that layers can get. My shortest layer is just below my chin and that's where the hair framing my face lies.

Do you like your hair the way it is? If you like it and think it looks good then I wouldn't worry about changing styles.

I'm going to a Devachan curl consultant in my state on Thurs. This will be my first Devachan cut so I'm really excited about that!!! They do a variation of point cutting I believe but on dry hair and they take each curl and how it curls and sits on your head into consideration while cutting. I'll be posting details and some pics after. Lots of people here like their cuts but alot of wavies/curlies get longer layers and some point cutting too.
2b/3a, primarily use Jessicurl and DevaCurl products, Curls Hair Tea conditioner and various gels. I'm modified CG-ish since 5/04.
Mine is just cut in long layers and my stylist did point cutting on me which is basically just cutting into random curls all around the head. It helps the hair spring up it seems without getting a choppy, shelf look that layers can get. My shortest layer is just below my chin and that's where the hair framing my face lies.

Do you like your hair the way it is? If you like it and think it looks good then I wouldn't worry about changing styles.

I'm going to a Devachan curl consultant in my state on Thurs. This will be my first Devachan cut so I'm really excited about that!!! They do a variation of point cutting I believe but on dry hair and they take each curl and how it curls and sits on your head into consideration while cutting. I'll be posting details and some pics after. Lots of people here like their cuts but alot of wavies/curlies get longer layers and some point cutting too.
Originally Posted by kimmyc
Curious about how your consulatation went. I finally found a Devachan consultant in my city too and have been dieing to go and speak to them re. the proper cut and style for hair.
2b/2c - lots of hair, very thick and wavy/curly
Mine went great. I loved her (Jo Bruno- New Haven, CT) and I love my cut. She did pintura highlights on me which came out great too. They're so natural looking. I think I'm going to go back in a month or so just to get some more low and high lights so that my old summer highlights start to blend in a bit more. She really listened to what I had to say and she was very knowledgable and explained everything she was doing.

The best tip I got from her was to take my Angell into the shower with me and apply it to dripping wet hair. Angell has worked so well for me since doing this.
2b/3a, primarily use Jessicurl and DevaCurl products, Curls Hair Tea conditioner and various gels. I'm modified CG-ish since 5/04.
Kimmyc

Oh wow I have to try that w/ my Angell. As you've probably seen on my other posts, I have not been liking the result of my Angell

So do you put more on after you've blotted????

Thanks,
Kim
Type: 2c, medium/high porosity, high density, course.
Cleanse: Curls unleashed shampoo
Leave-in: KCKT, Curlsunleashed leave in.
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DT: Aussie 3 min. miracle or olive/coconut oil.

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