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Old 06-24-2009, 11:42 AM   #1
 
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ok so this is my 1st post and i have no idea what i'm doing and i never watch harry potter or anything but i saw a picture and i like it so how did she get her hair like that? also what haircut is it.

http://www.hairstyles123.com/wp-cont...irstyle-19.jpg

my hair is somewhere between 2b and 3a. any help would be great, thanks!!!!!!!!
um so since i have no idea what i'm doing if i put this in the wrong place you can move it but tell me where it is!!!
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:56 PM   #2
 
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My hair used to look like this when I would blow dry it straight because I would be too impatient to blow dry the underneath...ta da! Straight up top and curly underneath.
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sorry, i'm kinda confused...are you saying your hair looked like that picture when you blow dried the top straight? just making sure. and thanks for answering!!
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Yep, before I embraced my curls I would blow dry my hair straight, but I was always too impatient to blow dry the underneath and would just straighten the top layers & around my face...and it used to look very similar to that picture. Hope that helps
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Lol, I was watching the very first Harry Potter movie the other day, and her hair looked tragic! Ok sorry off topic!

mdrb is pretty right, it looks as so she's made it straight at the top, then left it natural at the bottom. So try and get to top part straight, if you don't wanna blow dry, then you can just tie it up and let it dry that way. (thats how I used to do it sometimes)
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Lol, I was watching the very first Harry Potter movie the other day, and her hair looked tragic! Ok sorry off topic!

mdrb is pretty right, it looks as so she's made it straight at the top, then left it natural at the bottom. So try and get to top part straight, if you don't wanna blow dry, then you can just tie it up and let it dry that way. (thats how I used to do it sometimes)
her hair was SUPPOSED to look tragic. Hermione's hair is meant to be bushy and a little 'ill kempt'. They've just insisted on making her more curly than bushy as the movies have gone on... *sigh*
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her hair was SUPPOSED to look tragic. Hermione's hair is meant to be bushy and a little 'ill kempt'. They've just insisted on making her more curly than bushy as the movies have gone on... *sigh*
Thats right! Sorry its beens so long since I read the books!
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Lol, I was watching the very first Harry Potter movie the other day, and her hair looked tragic! Ok sorry off topic!

mdrb is pretty right, it looks as so she's made it straight at the top, then left it natural at the bottom. So try and get to top part straight, if you don't wanna blow dry, then you can just tie it up and let it dry that way. (thats how I used to do it sometimes)
her hair was SUPPOSED to look tragic. Hermione's hair is meant to be bushy and a little 'ill kempt'. They've just insisted on making her more curly than bushy as the movies have gone on... *sigh*

I feel the same way! I know it's annoying to some people to be sticklers about little details like that, but that was a very important part of Hermione's character. Oh well...
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