to trim, or not to trim?

i'm growing out my hair. and i've been noticing lately, i kinda have a mini mullet kinda thing going on. my back layer is longer, and it hangs out below the rest of my hair.
with the length it's at, it bothers me!
i took a picture of it from the side this morning. it's still wet in the picture, but really bugs me.
i'm curious to know if i should go just get the very bottom layer trimmed a tiny bit, just to get it more of a normal shape, instead of this really weird huge slant....
3A Once again on the quest for BSL healthy curly hair....
If you can hold out, I would try not to cut it, but if you are like me it will annoy you until you trim it. :-) Maybe get it trimmed a little bit in the back.
It always seems like my back layers grow faster too.
3a/3b curly I am loving Aussie products right now! Using Aussie moist conditioner and Aussie gel+water.
I do't really see it.. are you growing your hair out? If you are then I'd probably just let it grow... you can do a ponytail now, right? They can be your lifesaver hehe. If you aren't growing it out and it's making you unhappy then definitely get it shaped how you want it.
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i decided not to trim
i looked again when it was dry, and i must have some amazing shrinkage in that lower layer, becuase it popped up in line with all the upper layers and looks like i have a normal shape. i guess i just need to stop looking at my hair when it's wet!
it's getting longer, and i think the last thing i should do it cut my length off if it's working for me!
i guess now i understand why cutting your hair when dry and curly is such a big thing! because if you have a crazy layer like mine that curls 3 times more then the other layers, then you could end up with a bad hair cut!
i'll take a picture of the side today after it's dried (if i remember ) and i'll post it so you guys can see how much that longest layer curls up...

thanks for the advice though!
3A Once again on the quest for BSL healthy curly hair....

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