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    If you want to make a successful haircut – examine yourself from top to toe. Stylists state that your image will be harmonious only in case, if you choose a haircut, suiting not only your face type, but also figure in general. Womenshealthguide tells about simple rules that help improving your look.
    Fashion and women
    - Stylists warn: modern fashionable super-short haircuts will suit not all girls, but only to miniature, not tall – like Winona Ryder, Audrey Tautou, Keira Knightley. Ladies with a model height with big foot size will look inharmonious with a short haircut – head will look too small. However, there are exceptions. Audrey Hepburn was a “male” haircuts trendsetter and, regardless of her tall height, they suited her ideally.
    - Will short girls look good with fashionable long locks a la “Hollywood starlet”? Capricious stylists state that such “Little Tiny” look infantile with a fluffy flowing hair and people do not take them seriously.
    - Delicate girls’ trump card is a trendy “bob”. Not too short, graphically clear, elegant, tempting, showing curve of your neck, but not allowing mixing you up with a boy.
    Accent on curves
    - Tall women will look splendid with soft waves reaching shoulders or longer. If your figure is not too feminine, then short haircuts are not recommended for you, as they can add masculine features to your look. Remember an inimitable Fanny Ardan’s image – her slightly awkward figure looked great combined with straight chestnut hair reaching shoulder-blades in adolescence.
    - Straight hair has a peculiarity to accentuate curves of a body in general, accentuate them. So, if you think you have enough curves, then you should better avoid “ironed” haircut. This is good only for expressly “bootylicious” babes like Beyonce or Jennifer Lopez, and only on scene. In usual life they also remember a golden rule: ample ladies look better with wavy or curly hair that equalizes body proportions.
    - Do you want to accentuate beauty of your breast and that’s why you prefer wearing a bun that opens your neck and décolleté? This is a successful trick, if you are an owner of size 1,2, or, at a pinch, 3. But if your breast is even more impressive, then it will look just colossal and hypertrophied with such haircut. Why should you accentuate things that are evident for everybody? Streamy locks and light carelessness create much more sexual image for an owner of massive bosom.
    Small ruses
    - If you have thin, not too thick and fluffy hair, we advise you to get a graduated haircut. This trick will change your haircut in a moment, not only creating volume, but also adding vivacity to hair color.
    - You can add volume to your hair the following way. Wash you hair, dry with a towel slightly. Apply volume mousse on roots and twist hair in a high and not too tight bun. Now you should be patient and blow-dry.
    Sometimes experts advise making a set on the second day after you wash hair. In this case your hair will be more pliable.
    Haircut is the index of the mind.
    - Psychologists came to a conclusion that ladies with conservative breeding prefer long hair, or these are delicate and vulnerable girls, which like being under someone’s protection – they somehow hide from aggressive world behind a thick veil.
    - Independent, powerful girls, used to walk along an unbeaten path prefer wearing short boyish haircut. Youthy ladies also choose a short haircut.
    - Hair reaching shoulders say about secret dreams of a princess’s role and meeting with a prince.
    - Hair reaching shoulder-blades, dispersed over shoulders, are called to inflame romantics’ feelings.
    - Accurate, original women, slightly strict while standing up for their rights prefer braiding their hair.

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    Interesting! I think my hair suits my face shape and figure pretty well.

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    i wish i knew how to cut my hair. i want a short cute cut that is messy when it dries, but it doesnt go with my body. oh well.
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    i think this article has a lot of good points. you can forget to remember your figure when you pick a haircut and then pick something that looks so "off" for yourself...

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    "Youthy"??

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    Oh well I'm screwed. I'm short, curvy and have a massive bosom. My hair is coarse with a ton of body and curl. It's a ton of work at any length but at least long I can pull it back. Thank god they don't mention color, mine is currently purple.
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    ^i love purple and blue hair

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    I am thinking of doing the Posh bob, but the shorter version when she first got it. I currently have the Lisa Rinna spiky thing but am tired of it. I need something easy for summer heat. I am just concerned that the bob will make my face look rounder and my neck look too thick. Ugh.
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    Ugh, I need help right now. I was hoping this thread would do the trick. I forgot I was already in here!

    Let's see, the "purple" faded out pretty quick to the auburn type shade it was on the box. I now have major white and my bangs which hadn't been cut since Christmas were kind of long and scraggly so I trimmed them tonight. I now have an appointment tomorrow night at 6:30.

    I need HELP!!! My hair is so thick and coarse but there's more curl in it than I remember. I just can't handle it being in the same ponytail or having to straighten it everyday. I'd love for it to be in an angled bob but then I have to straighten it and God forbid it rain or be humid. I've had it all lengths, cuts and colors but I just want something somewhat easy that doesn't look like ASS all the time!
    Snooky Wookums, prepare for the invasion!

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