New Hairstyle......?

New Hairstyle......?

13 posts
27 Oct 2010
Hello everyone, so Im after something different, Ive had the same hairstyle for decades now lol...
I want to keep my length but want something a bit more exciting


Any Ideas??

Linda x
Posted 27 Oct 2010
Chris_Riccio
Photographer
Chris_Riccio
Dreadlocks?

Posted 27 Oct 2010
Ha ha ok something in reason and not dreadlocks

Posted 27 Oct 2010
River
Model
River
Perhaps put some texture into it. Some shorter layers and maybe a side fringe would look great on you, you have the face shape to pull it off
Posted 27 Oct 2010
BaileyK
Model
BaileyK
Sharp bob?
x

Posted 27 Oct 2010
chloea
Model
chloea
I actually quite like your hair as it is, it is versatile xx

Posted 27 Oct 2010
I think a side fringe would look nice on you (look at my pictures for examples). Or possibly a full fringe? Both easy enough to grow out Eva
Posted 27 Oct 2010
Bessii
Model
Bessii
what about some extensions? you could add colour nd volume without changing your actual hair hun? xx

Posted 3 Nov 2010
I think a full choppy fringe would suit you with some blunt and some choppy layers in your hair
Posted 3 Nov 2010
sorry but how about dying it lighter and getting your eye brows tinted, dramatic and you keep the length you have lovely skin and nice tone, would suit light or dark hair
char

Posted 15 Dec 2010
Fisherface
Make Up Artist
Fisherface
I agree...choppy with fringe but keep the length and colour.

Posted 15 Dec 2010
[URL=http://img819.imageshack.us/i/ashleytisdale90509001.jpg/][/URL] Uploaded with [URL=http://imageshack.us]ImageShack.us[/URL] Thinking this cut and color on Thursday
Posted 18 Jan 2011
Right ok well it didn't quite turn out the way it looks in the picture lol, you go into a hairdressers and ask for something and u come out with something completely different lol hm This is what it now looks like.... What you guys think? [URL=http://img716.imageshack.us/i/18065910150384738045300.jpg/][/URL] Uploaded with [URL=http://imageshack.us]ImageShack.us[/URL]
Posted 24 Jan 2011
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