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Posted 1/24/09
lol
can you tell me how to THICKEN my hair?
i have thin hair but its long--
so ingeneral it looks and feels like baby hair that grew too long xD

any ideas?

i don't know how to THIN hair though!
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Posted 1/24/09 , edited 1/24/09

loopity wrote:

lol
can you tell me how to THICKEN my hair?
i have thin hair but its long--
so ingeneral it looks and feels like baby hair that grew too long xD

any ideas?

i don't know how to THIN hair though!


Hmmm...I don't know. I was having a slight thinning problem from all the hair products and blow-drying - not to mention perms. I've been using repair and strengthening shampoos (instead of extra body) and I've noticed a slight difference in THICKNESS; especially on the top. Won't hurt to try...

Thanks, Eddie/Elvis


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Posted 1/24/09
straighten it??? i guess or yeah razor it..
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Posted 1/24/09

FastEddie_aka_Elvis wrote:


loopity wrote:

lol
can you tell me how to THICKEN my hair?
i have thin hair but its long--
so ingeneral it looks and feels like baby hair that grew too long xD

any ideas?

i don't know how to THIN hair though!


Hmmm...I don't know. I was having a slight thinning problem from all the hair products and blow-drying - not to mention perms. I've been using repair and strengthening shampoos (instead of extra body) and I've noticed a slight difference in THICKNESS; especially on the top. Won't hurt to try...

Thanks, Eddie/Elvis




thanks^^, will look for some
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Posted 1/24/09
my hair is very thick i just leave it that way
Posted 1/24/09

DreadDenimPirate wrote:


anonymous_ wrote:

so i got a new haircut today but my bangs are a bit thick.
is there a way to thin it out without using razors or thinning scissors?


Don't try to thin them out, they will just get shorter and take longer to grow out. Use a clip to separate them. Put half up or to the side, and continue trimming the desired amount while growing the rest out. Bangs are a pain>_<


that just might work actually. x]
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24 / M / Minnesota
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Posted 1/24/09
thinning scissors are the best they get the job
done better for me
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Posted 1/24/09
clip them up ? or just go get th dumb thining scissors
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Posted 1/29/09
Go to a salon.
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22 / F / Canada
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Posted 2/8/09
razor works the best
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28 / M / Vancouver
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Posted 2/8/09
use a blowtorch.
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Posted 2/8/09 , edited 2/8/09


for the guys: save yourself the trouble and shave it away.. :lol:
for the chicks: britney tried it and it didn't work
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28 / M / Arcadia
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Posted 2/8/09
how do you see through those glasses?
Posted 2/8/09
Salon? Or scissors? Idk, I dont need to thin my hair.
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76 / M / Florida, US
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Posted 2/8/09
Since it looks like it's been a month, ask the hair stylist to not give you thick bangs this time.

You can actually use scissors and take 2-3 strands off at a time in different layers near the front. Just do it bit by bit while checking each time in the mirror.
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