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erm i was wandering how u guys noe wad is bangs layering or thining those kinda stuff is dere a web or somthing i can learn it? coz i dun really noe the name of many stuff n wana learn -thx thx-
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After i got highlights my hair started to get split ends, i know that i should've conditioned more and should've layed off the straightener for a while. I wanna grow my hair out now, and I'm wondering if I should cut the dead ends off and then let my hair grow, and if there are any healthier ways to get beachy waves instead of using a straightener like i do now, which totally kills my hair =_=

oh one more thing, my bangs are always weird and un style-able
and i want them to look like this girl in the Noona (replay) - SHINee mv :]
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Posted 7/30/08

dk6400 wrote:

hmm.. is thinning your hair for only really long hair ppl? cuhs I liv in J-town so i go to a different salon everytime cuhs they kno wht layered is.. buh no idea of Thinning... They Layer mai hair very well.. buh cuts mai hair soo much.. basically they giv me a short-hair style

Thinning isn't only for people with long hair. Anyone who has thick hair or wishes to have thinner hair can have their hair thinned. Although, some [ ? ] tools used to thin hair, like thinning scissors, can be used to layer hair as well.


yuankiang wrote:

erm i was wandering how u guys noe wad is bangs layering or thining those kinda stuff is dere a web or somthing i can learn it? coz i dun really noe the name of many stuff n wana learn -thx thx-

I assume people know what they are through other people, not really through a web site. Although, I'm sure you can find something on google about hair terms and all. Just asking: do you know what thinning and layering is? [I can explain it to you if you don't] .
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Kawaii_Kimmi wrote:

After i got highlights my hair started to get split ends, i know that i should've conditioned more and should've layed off the straightener for a while. I wanna grow my hair out now, and I'm wondering if I should cut the dead ends off and then let my hair grow, and if there are any healthier ways to get beachy waves instead of using a straightener like i do now, which totally kills my hair =_=

oh one more thing, my bangs are always weird and un style-able
and i want them to look like this girl in the Noona (replay) - SHINee mv :]


cut off the dead ends. Your hair wont grow out pretty if u have split ends. And get a new straightener, there was tips on straighterners on the first page. Dont use something that kills ur hair. And for ur bangs um.... i have no clue about that lmao but use common sense when it comes to hair products and blow dryers straighteners etc.

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casandr0 wrote:

cut off the dead ends. Your hair wont grow out pretty if u have split ends. And get a new straightener, there was tips on straighterners on the first page. Dont use something that kills ur hair. And for ur bangs um.... i have no clue about that lmao but use common sense when it comes to hair products and blow dryers straighteners etc.



--thanks :] i got my new haircut and it looks healthy and it makes me happy and i learned that to get bangs all i need is a round brush and hairdrier some freeze spray to
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is there any difference between Got 2B Glued Blasting Freeze Spray and Got 2B Glued Spiking Spray ? same price but first one has more
Posted 8/18/08
btw... guys, should i thin my hair?
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wowow thaanx alot! i was wondering what to say to my hair do-er about that rlly cool hair style with lots of layers and the thining and the tail thing in the back danggggggg thx again
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any tips on how you style hair for girls? like ones that was in the gallery.
i dunno how to use wax etc... at all
it's only recently that i started caring for my hair lol.

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Q: i grew i my hair, but now it's very thick so do i go to a barber shop and tell them to trim and layer it?
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Posted 10/21/08
what is thinning

i know what layering is but idk what thinning is
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HAir COlor

should i color my hair at a salon or on my own?? wat are some best hair coloring product i can use?
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Is it okay to sleep with hair product in hair ?
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hey people
i was wondering if Got 2B is available everywhere?
as in every country
coz im in Singapore and kinda wanna try it

and another question
when you go for rebonding, is it better to rebond the whole head or only some parts of my hair?(like bangs, sideburns and the tail-part)
coz these are the places that i have curls
i kinda have wavy hair but not that serious and my hair is dry
any tips?
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hebeluv wrote:

hey people
i was wondering if Got 2B is available everywhere?
as in every country
coz im in Singapore and kinda wanna try it

and another question
when you go for rebonding, is it better to rebond the whole head or only some parts of my hair?(like bangs, sideburns and the tail-part)
coz these are the places that i have curls
i kinda have wavy hair but not that serious and my hair is dry
any tips?


I can't really answer your first question
since I don't live in SG
But Schwarzkopf (the maker of Got2b)
is a very well established company, so
just go check around in drug stores.

You're talking about the Got2b freeze spray right?
If you can't find it anywhere,
try looking in salons for the Osis freeze spray.
It's basically the salon version of the Got2b spray.
The main difference is that Osis has a more
flexible hold, so it acts like a stiff hold hairspray.
Got2b is more 'glue-like' and will literally freeze
your hair into position for the entire day.
Osis is way more expensive than Got2b though.
It ranges from around $17-$20 CAD.

I've never heard of anyone only rebonding certain
parts of their hair, but I suppose it can be done
I've never rebonded my hair, but from what I've seen
and heard, it can majorly deflate the volume of your hair,
and make it really flat.

So I would suggest only rebonding the parts that
you want to lie flat. Otherwise you might not be
able to put your hair up for quite awhile.

For dry hair, you can try deep conditioning your hair.
I really like Biolage's Conditioning Balm. That stuff is
kind of pricey, but you only need to use very little, so
you're actually paying less for what you're getting.
It's extremely moisturizing but not greasy,
and doesn't weigh the hair down either.
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