Dance Hair

Alright kids
The Christmas dance is this weekend and I need something special to do with my hair. My hair is 3c and goes past the middle of my back when wet, but only about to my shoulders due to shrinkage. Pictures, ideas, anything would be appreciated.
Why try to fit in when you were born to stand out?
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http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip6101.htm

http://www.hairboutique.com/tips/tip321.htm (I like the one on the magenta background)

There is also a book called "Strictly Curls" that has step-by-step instructions on how to do curly styles. I don't have the book though, so I can't really give a review, but I've heard that there is only one or two styles for 3b hair and up.

You can also PM Amneris for ideas/instructions, who is the resident hairstylist queen. She's also read the Strictly Curls book, so you can ask her about it.
3b/c...or thereabouts.

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I highly recommend Strictly Curls. It is the best how-to book we've seen, with easy to understand instructions. If you order today, you will have it by Friday.

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Oh, thank you very much.
Why try to fit in when you were born to stand out?
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maybe you should get it cut by a curly hair specialist right before the dance. it's kinda risky 'cause you could end up with a style you hate, but a big change will catch everyone's attention!

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