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Old 08-12-2007, 07:52 PM   #1
 
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you guys are probably getting sick of all my questions, but i only have one more, i promise. well im thinking of getting bangs tomorrow when i get my hair cut. here is how i them:



obviously i will have to straighten them everyday but i have no problem with that but i was wondering if any of you 2b-c/3a curlies had bangs like these and had any trouble with them? suggestions are much appreciated
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Old 08-13-2007, 12:10 AM   #2
 
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anyone?
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Old 08-13-2007, 12:12 AM   #3
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You might want to start with longer side-swept bangs. those bangs are risky because you cant go back if you dont like them. You could always cut your side bangs shorter
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I did bangs like that not too long ago.
I wouldn't say I 100% regret it but they are annoying to grow out.
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Cant you just get bangs like that if you brush it with a wide tooth comb in the shower when its wet or when your conditioning it?
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Cant you just get bangs like that if you brush it with a wide tooth comb in the shower when its wet or when your conditioning it?
yeah but they look gross when their wet, and its extremely uncomfortable
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Cant you just get bangs like that if you brush it with a wide tooth comb in the shower when its wet or when your conditioning it?
yeah but they look gross when their wet, and its extremely uncomfortable
hmmm, my experience is different. It looks good when its combed when wet, it looks wavy and curly. If I do nothing, I just get these longgg locks of hair as bangs.
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Cant you just get bangs like that if you brush it with a wide tooth comb in the shower when its wet or when your conditioning it?
yeah but they look gross when their wet, and its extremely uncomfortable
hmmm, my experience is different. It looks good when its combed when wet, it looks wavy and curly. If I do nothing, I just get these longgg locks of hair as bangs.
I just dont like hair sticking to my forehead, I dont really mind how it looks. You may be referring to "face-framing curls" which is what curlies usually call their unstraightened bangs
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Face-framed curls? Can you show me an example?
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Face-framed curls? Can you show me an example?
http://l.yimg.com/www.flickr.com/images/spaceball.gif

(i still havent figured out html on here)
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Face-framed curls? Can you show me an example?
http://l.yimg.com/www.flickr.com/images/spaceball.gif

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this is kind of a bad example though because they're normally parted and a little longer

http://www.bombsite.com/images92/july2.jpg

this is kind of what it would look like (although part of it has been straightened)
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Yeaah, I thats what I got, but its like 4 or 5 long curly locks that cover my forehead. If I shake my head or anything it becomes unformed and just like hair covers my forehead
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