View Poll Results: Which looks better?
Before of woman and child? 13 43.33%
After of woman and child? 4 13.33%
Before of woman, after of child? 11 36.67%
After of woman, before of child? 2 6.67%
Voters: 30. You may not vote on this poll

Which hair do you like better?

Check out the Moptop ad on the left of your screen. Blonde woman and child. There is a before of them and an after.
3b (with 3c tendencies) on modified CG

I voted for after of woman before of child

darn, I use FireFox and rarely ever see an ad so I have no idea what you all are talking about LOL
i've thought about this many times before! i like the before picture of both of them better. in the before picture, they both have wild, natural-looking hair. in the after picture, it looks too producty and "done" for my taste. unnatural and flat.
Faith, 3Aish redhead
Mama to two wild superheroes and a curly-headed baby boy
I voted for the before pic because i like hair to look a bit messy.
I think the before pic is a 'false' representation of frizzy hair, it has probably been made to look like that by a stylist.
If I get up in the morning with my hair dry & productless it looks a lot messier & knottier than that womans!
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i've thought about this many times before! i like the before picture of both of them better. in the before picture, they both have wild, natural-looking hair. in the after picture, it looks too producty and "done" for my taste. unnatural and flat.
Originally Posted by PixieCurl
Exactly. Every time I notice that pic I never understand why the 'after' pic is supposed to be better. Looks very crunchy in the after pic. But then again I didn't care for the MT products I tried.
3a/2c f/mii. pics added 2/3/07
I like the before picture as well
3A / 2B / 2C wavicelli



Before.

Especially the baby.
3C/4A and too long to handle (and afford!)
I thought they looked pretty much the same. The advertiser had to rely on the models making horrible faces in the "before" picture. What was that all about? It's pretty obvious that their expression has nothing to do with what's on their head.
3b and botticelli,
loving my curly hair!

Do whatever works for you. Who cares whether you're violating curly "doctrine"?
I like both befores. They look more natural.

And those models in the ad are the owner(of Mop Top) and her daughter.
A wonderful mix of coils, curls, corkscrews, and kinks.

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Too funny- I've thought of this many times. I agree that the before is nicer, for all the reasons others have listed.
I'm glad someone put up this poll! I always thought the befores looked better!
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Definately the before--especially the child's hair.
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Hair type: Spongy & kinky texture. Coily & curly strands.
Definately before for both. It reminds me of my out of control hair!! The after is too much like the wet look for me
Before is definitely better. Looks more natural.
3A/2C combination of ringlets and waves

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