Eva Pigford

I've been reading posts on this forum for a while, and I would like to thank all of you for your wonderful advise. I just had a quick question...
Is anyone familier with Eva Pigford (American Top Model winner)? Her hair is gorgeous!

http://editorial.gettyimages.com/sou...%7c0&p=3&tag=3

Has anyone tried to style their hair into a short mohawk, similiar to Eva's?
If so, what product did you use and how did it come out?
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Eva Pigford is very pretty! I had never heard of her before.

Sorry, I have no ideas about her hair style. Just wanted to say thanks for posting a link to her pictures (and Welcome to the boards)
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im not sure if too many people have hair that short on this board! we're not being rude, we just have no clue!
Thanks for the responses! Wasnt sure if anyone would have hair that short, but I thought I'd ask.
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My hair was that short when I first did the BC. If you have about 2-3 inches, there are a lot of style options available to you. You can wear it curly, you can slick down the sides for a mohawk (use something heavy and thick like IC Fantasia or Garnier Super Stiff). I would often part my hair on the side, brush down my hair and tie it down with a scarf. When I took the scarf I had pretty 1920s flapper waves.
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im not sure if too many people have hair that short on this board! we're not being rude, we just have no clue!
Originally Posted by subbrock
Hey everyone. My avatar shows what can happen when you are home sick from work, bored out of your mind from watching one episode after another of Divorce Court, browsing online and have credit card in hand. Just outta curiosity I searched for the Flowbee (vacuum suction at-home haircutter). Long story short (literally ), see avatar. Now, over a year later, it's about 12 inches long, just brushing my shoulders at natural curl .
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im not sure if too many people have hair that short on this board! we're not being rude, we just have no clue!
Originally Posted by subbrock
Hey everyone. My avatar shows what can happen when you are home sick from work, bored out of your mind from watching one episode after another of Divorce Court, browsing online and have credit card in hand. Just outta curiosity I searched for the Flowbee (vacuum suction at-home haircutter). Long story short (literally ), see avatar. Now, over a year later, it's about 12 inches long, just brushing my shoulders at natural curl .
Originally Posted by CitznMag
did you really do it with a flowbee?? if so, im very impressed!
did you really do it with a flowbee?? if so, im very impressed!
Originally Posted by subbrock
Thanks subbrock . Almost gave my DH a heart attack when he got home from work (MIL loved it)! Lived with it for about 6 months with regular trims.
3b&c mix, CO (most of the time)
Everytime I see Eva's hair I want to put scissors to mine! Short hair can be so fun and sassy!
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