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tjcjlc99 01-15-2007 08:13 PM

layering & thinning??
 
are these bad ideas for curlies? i had a new cut today, and she layered it and thinned it out some(i had LOTS of bulk). it looked fairly decent when we left, but within a half hr, it was HUGE. dunno if it was the product(biosilk, and i think curls rock), or its the cut. help, dunno how to keep it from being so BIG.thnks, im trying to like my curls...

ManthaJay 01-15-2007 08:21 PM

Try washing and drying it with your own routine before you decide if you hate it. Every time I leave a salon my hair is twice the size that it actually is when I style it. The first thing I do after getting my hair cut is rewashing and restyling it with my products!

tjcjlc99 01-16-2007 09:28 AM

thats what i thought id do too. thnks for the suggetions, so i know im not the only one thinking it. :)

SuZen 01-16-2007 11:57 AM

Thinning can be disasterous unless the stylist is really skilled. I never let anyone thin my hair. Layers, yes, as long as they are long layers and don't come out looking like shelves.


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