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MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD!! I just got my hair cut similar to the Bob 'n' Bangs in the Aug/Sep magazine and <3 it to pieces!!(side bangs and slightly shorter) My only prob is I am getting bored with just wearing it down and want some new ways to style it. I have searched through but have found nothing that I can do with my hair except leave it down. My hair isn't stacked in the back. Just light layers. The longest part of my hair hits just above collarbone length. Any tips would help bunches an bunches!! P.S: I am a new subscriber and <3 GL!


Hey chica! You could always twist back your bangs to the side and pin with a bobby pin, a la Lauren Conrad. Side twists are always cute! Or, you could have fun with a cute headband. H&M and Forever21 have lots Smile


Becca G.

by tori1016 on 9/11/2011 5:39:10 PM


@rosalia101 rubbing a fabric softener sheet on your hair will calm the frizz down! And you can also use a dime size amount of hand lotion in your locks and it will help you. (: the lotion won't make your hair look or feel greasy, but it gives it some shine! Hope it helped!

by GirlyGirl67 on 8/1/2011 11:36:56 PM


rosalia101: I use Aussie's Sydney Smooth gel, and that seems to help at least somewhat. Smile

by artsy1997 on 7/29/2011 1:24:42 PM


Are there any treatments to keep hair straight for a while? I know there are but I want to know so I could bring it up to my mom. Can't you get a relaxer for your hair? Or a Brazilian straightening system at a salon? But I've heard the Brazilian treatments can cause hair breakage and some of the ingredients in them could be cancer causing (formaldehyde) thanks! This will help a lot! And how long do they last? And would a short bob look good with my REALLY poofy hair that I can sometimes tame or a straight 'do? Gimme your opinion everyone!!! Thanks once again!!! (:

Hey girlie,

There are definitely chemical hair relaxers out there. Talk to your hairdresser about applying these - they usually do it for you and tell you all about how to care for it afterwards to avoid hair breakage, damage, brittleness, dryness, burning, etc. There is also the system you mentioned, which of course comes with its own effects. It's harsh on your hair and will definitely cause some damage because of the chemicals/heat/other things used. Anyway, the best thing to do is to talk to your hairdresser about ALL of the potential effects of these things. Weigh the pros and cons, especially based on how healthy your hair currently is. (If it isn't fried or damaged now, it'll bounce back better from any future damage.)

Personally though, I would stick to temporary straightening, following these tips that we know are safe! (Heads up, that contest is old.) 
Lauren C.

by SuperrGirliie on 6/27/2011 4:53:09 PM


I have blond hair and a bunch of ringlets what kind of hair style should I go with when I get it cut? I really don't want it to be short though!

by bellaboo11 on 6/15/2011 10:29:11 AM


how can i get my hair healthy?

Hey girlie,

Here are some of the best ways to treat your hair well:

-  Hydrate! Drinking lots of water is good for our bods, especially our skin and hair.

-  Condition. Use a conditioner every time you take a shower. Let it sink it for a few minutes before rinsing it off!

-  Don't stress it too much. Using blow dryers, straighteners, curling irons, and krimpers all put stress on our hair (and the heat is so bad for it). Limit yourself to using these every other day or once a week to give your hair a break Smile
Lauren C.

by lovemag7 on 3/13/2011 1:45:03 PM


my hair is a very light brown, slightly wavy, and frizzy... no wait very frizzy
i need tips on how to keep it from frizzing up
i have a straigtner and use it sometimes
any products or tips that i can use that will help!!!

by rosalia101 on 2/23/2011 4:39:25 PM


I have really messy but straight, somewhat long hair that's really dark brown with side-sweep bangs. It can get boring sometimes and besides curling it, do you have any tips or hairstyles I could try out? Also do you have any tips for my hair to get lighter, naturally? I don't want to spend too much money on a trip to the salon to get it dyed and special shampoos to maintain the hair color. I don't think it matters, but I also have dry hair.

You could do a kind of beach wave. Braid your hair over night and the next morning it will have a little crimp/wave to it. Then adjust it with mousse and hairspray. You can't really change your hair color without actually dying it, but you could always try the store bought dye so you don't spend too much money.  
Marly Z.

by herro on 2/5/2011 11:11:56 PM


I want to do a braid on one side and pin it back,but i always get a poof at the top! P.S.where do you get tiny elastics for braids?

by tazemaster on 1/22/2011 4:13:38 PM


I have hair down to my shoulders and i cant do anything with IT! i tried curling but it makes it look shorter. any ideas to make it pretty but not too short?

by AeroPink on 1/16/2011 7:09:01 PM

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