Am I the only one sick and tired of the Farrah Fawcett hair style

Jeezz all these celebs look the same..
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I don't think I would call it a Farrah Fawcett hairstyle, but yes, I am definitely tired of all celebrities having the same style.

Case in point:

I agree. Everyone is starting to look the same to me.
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Well, at least these gals are wearing their hair wavy instead of stick straight!
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wavy in the picture. but their stylists probably blew their hair straight, then put rollers in it, and then finished with a curling iron to get that pretty wavy look. so labour intensive.
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I'm not sick of it at all. I love the soft waves, and I'm hoping my hair can look this way in a year or so when it has grown out a bit more.
Unfortunately those waves look to be manufactured. I never see anyone in real life with waves like that.
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You know what's really annoying about these manufactured curls?
That's all I EVER see in books for curly hair!
It's like everytime I want to cut my hair or style it a new way, the pics are CLEARLY of manufactured curls!
I don't want to use a curling iron ... I HAVE curls!

yeesh!
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You know what's really annoying about these manufactured curls?
That's all I EVER see in books for curly hair!
It's like everytime I want to cut my hair or style it a new way, the pics are CLEARLY of manufactured curls!
I don't want to use a curling iron ... I HAVE curls!

yeesh!
Originally Posted by leelee28
I know! I was looking at an ad for an Aveda product, moisturizing condish or whatever, and the model had huge loopy seperated waves that were obviously from a curling iron. I was like, well, that conditioner won't ever do that to my hair because those curls are fake and would never exist in nature!!!
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I KNOW!

It's so annoying!
If I want to do a curly hair style, I want it too be with my natural curls.

[and no offense to anyone here... but if you straighten and then curl your own curls ... you're NUTS!]

Anyone know of places (besides here) that show NATURAL curls?? I'm always looking for new hair styles ... but one I can do with my OWN curls.
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Seriously...I asked a hairstylist a few years ago to not style my new haircut straight, but show me how to make it look good with my natural wavy and curly texture. I phrased it that way, too...and yet he promptly blew it out and then curled it with a curling iron. As he started I asked what he was doing, and he said "I'm smoothing it out so that I can curl it!" I was so speechless at the stupidity/clear ignoring of what I asked for that I just let him do it...

On the bright side, there are some celebrities who do seem to wear their natural wavy and/or curly texture...I've seen pictures of Keri Russell, Tina Fey and Lisa Edelstein all look like this, among others, and they look beautiful! I wish people would do this more often.

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Seriously...I asked a hairstylist a few years ago to not style my new haircut straight, but show me how to make it look good with my natural wavy and curly texture. I phrased it that way, too...and yet he promptly blew it out and then curled it with a curling iron. As he started I asked what he was doing, and he said "I'm smoothing it out so that I can curl it!" I was so speechless at the stupidity/clear ignoring of what I asked for that I just let him do it...
Originally Posted by mrl234

I am speechless for you!
wow....
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A "Mrs." as of June 26, 2010
luckily my hair is naturally like farrah fawcetts.
i just wake up and brush it and im good.
so the way that these celebrities do theirs looks completly manufactured its annoying.
actually i like that celebs are wearin there hair curly!! it shows that they want curly hair, what i am tired of is natural curlies straightining their hair and insulting people brave enough to wear their hair naturally!

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I don't see anything wrong with using a curling iron to get the look you want.
I also don't think it's right to say straight hair has no personaity. It's not fair to the girls with straight hair.
Im sure if a straight haired girl said curlies have no personality...you all would attack her lol.
Obviously it's healthier to not use curling irons and things, but some people need to
I don't see anything wrong with using a curling iron to get the look you want.
I also don't think it's right to say straight hair has no personaity. It's not fair to the girls with straight hair.
Im sure if a straight haired girl said curlies have no personality...you all would attack her lol.
Obviously it's healthier to not use curling irons and things, but some people need to
Originally Posted by Babyk005
i also agree if u want to use a curling iron no one can stop u but in my opinion i dont really want straight hair like i used to. i used 2 cry and pray that i could get curly hair and one day i became so frustrated w/ my hair i cut it ALL off. then i really started to appreciate what i have (u know after it took ages for my hair to grow back) and to me now straight hair just hangs there but w/ curly hair u can make it straight or wear it curly but straight hair can never get that natural curly look. and yes i am kinda sick of the "look at me im not really curly" farrah fawcett look but in a way im sort of flattered that ppl go through so much trouble to have the hair where blessed w/. wee dont need heat to get curls!
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oh man i totally worded it wrong babyk005!! I'm sorry if i offended anyone of course straight hair has personality what i ment more was that it bugs me when people flat iron their naturally curly hair and insult people with naturally curly hair. so sorry if i offended anyone!!! i really didn't mean to i just worded it wrong!

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