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    imsurroundedbyfish Posts: 101, Reputation: 10
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    Aug 3, 2010, 09:13 AM
    Should I layer my hair?
    I'm thinking about having my hair layered, because I like it curled, and having layers in it would make it easier to curl and enhance the curls (according to my hairdresser). My hair is long and blonde, and dead straight and currently unstyled. I like my hair the way it is but like it curled too… if I had layers in my hair, when I leave my hair straight (or straighten it) will it look and hang the same way as it does now? Because I have seen pictures of girls who have their hair layered and when they leave it straight it looks silly because you can see that the girl has layers in her hair, and from a distance, tell where each layer ends because they stick out so much. Is it possible to enjoy the affect that layering will bring to curling, and keep my hair looking… normal (well, by normal I mean the way it is now, or there abouts) when it is left to hang straight?
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    mudweiser Posts: 2,750, Reputation: 707
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    Aug 3, 2010, 09:15 AM

    Okay what's the point of your question?

    Get the hair cut if you want to.

    The end.

    If it's ugly that's fine, hair grows. If it's great well then take lots of photos.

    Here are many different layered haircuts:

    Also please see:

    So you don't end up with an ugly hair cut ;)

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