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Old 11-12-2012, 05:21 PM   #1
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Question What do I have to ask? (2c-3a)

I live in switzerland, and we don't have here any specialised curly hair stylist.
They always cut the hair wet and style it straight

My hair is now at bra lenght, and I have 2c hair (I was 3a but with the keratin now I'm am 2c... Hoping it will revert back!)

I have a mix of normal and fine hair, and they are now cut with long layers: this has made my hair with no volume at all.

What kind of cut I should ask a stylist for have more volume?
Or I can cut them myself the deva way? (Anyone has a link with maybe instructions?)

Thank you so much!
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:50 PM   #2
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read this thread, "what should i tell my stylist," it's in the same forum, salon/stylist chatter. it was started by one of the members here who is a stylist and gives some great tips.
it is a long thread, you may only need to read the first page or so to get the basics.
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