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hey me needs help!! my hair wont really stay flat. and its really poofy. but not somuch the only way to hide the poffy ness is tie up my hair yes......but when i dont want to tie my hair up
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Hey I have a question. Is there like any consequences into getting my hair like relaxedd (or something that sounds like that)? My cousin had that. Before his hair was like curly and stuff but after he got his hair relaxed, it was all straight and flat.
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Hey I have a question. Is there like any consequences into getting my hair like relaxedd (or something that sounds like that)? My cousin had that. Before his hair was like curly and stuff but after he got his hair relaxed, it was all straight and flat.


Isn't it called 'Straightened'? Well, there are consequences of course. Chemical straightening damages your hair.
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hey me needs help!! my hair wont really stay flat. and its really poofy. but not somuch the only way to hide the poffy ness is tie up my hair yes......but when i dont want to tie my hair up


Straighten it
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x_rodak wrote:

Hey I have a question. Is there like any consequences into getting my hair like relaxedd (or something that sounds like that)? My cousin had that. Before his hair was like curly and stuff but after he got his hair relaxed, it was all straight and flat.


Isn't it called 'Straightened'? Well, there are consequences of course. Chemical straightening damages your hair.


These consequences, I pressume, are irreversible?

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These consequences, I pressume, are irreversible?



It damages your hair but not that much.
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These consequences, I pressume, are irreversible?



It damages your hair but not that much.


Oh I see...It's b/c I wanted to get this hairstyle: http://www.crunchyroll.com/group/Hairstylies/photos/10164326
My hair's not really that straight and a bit thick... I was thinking of permanently straightening it....I'll probably thin it too. Do you have any suggestions?
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Oh I see...It's b/c I wanted to get this hairstyle: http://www.crunchyroll.com/group/Hairstylies/photos/10164326
My hair's not really that straight and a bit thick... I was thinking of permanently straightening it....I'll probably thin it too. Do you have any suggestions?


Well, when you say permanently straightening it, you know you have to straightened it like twice a year right?
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x_rodak wrote:
Oh I see...It's b/c I wanted to get this hairstyle: http://www.crunchyroll.com/group/Hairstylies/photos/10164326
My hair's not really that straight and a bit thick... I was thinking of permanently straightening it....I'll probably thin it too. Do you have any suggestions?


Well, when you say permanently straightening it, you know you have to straightened it like twice a year right?


Yeahm my cousin told me that =]

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x_rodak wrote:

Yeahm my cousin told me that =]



So basically, the more you straighten it the more damages will occur. Only straighten your hair if you want that guy's hair that much.
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ailin350 wrote:


x_rodak wrote:

Yeahm my cousin told me that =]



So basically, the more you straighten it the more damages will occur. Only straighten your hair if you want that guy's hair that much.


So how about thinning it?
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So how about thinning it?


Layering would help. but your hair will still be curly.
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http://www.crunchyroll.com/group/Hairstylies/photos/10164326
for hair like that... is it shorter on the top? and also, how can i get kinda random spike-ish hair to stand in the back of the top of the head (possibly where the turn is)?


Yes, it's shorter on the top so it stands up.
The best way to style spiky hair is to use gel.
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ailin350 wrote:


x_rodak wrote:

So how about thinning it?


Layering would help. but your hair will still be curly.


Layering? Is it like thinning?
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Layering? Is it like thinning?


Yes. It's like cutting your hair in different length. For example, on the back on the surface of your hair would be the shortest and the layer beneath that would be a bit longer. Then layer beneath that would be even longer..so on
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