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How to keep the poof away

Discussion in 'Beauty' started by Carolina_Girl, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. Carolina_Girl

    Carolina_Girl New in Town

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    Alrighty ladies. I'm seriously considering chopping all of my hair off. I want something short. I've had long hair for almost my entire 27 years here on Earth, and I want a change. Right now it drapes down past my chest. I have really super thick like make a rope out of it hair. It curls naturally. Howeverrrrr the one time I've had short hair (by accident) it seemed to curl less short. Here's my dilemma. I have a fat round face. skinny neck and my hair get's so poofy I'm scared to cut it too short and then regret it. Is there a trick to having short hair and keeping the poof away????

    Here's what I'd like to do (If I can)
     
  2. sheeplady

    sheeplady I'll Lock Up Bartender

    Well, the good news is that hair does grow, so if you hate it... that hate will only be temporary.

    I don't have poofy hair, but I know some women use coconut oil (sparingly) to deal with frizz. I'd take a look into the products in your local store in the hair aisle for dealing with frizz... likely what works for one person won't work for another.
     
  3. MissNathalieVintage

    MissNathalieVintage A-List Customer

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    I use to have that problem until I stopped washing my hair every day and the poof went way down. A good short cut for your face shape would only up to your shoulders it will not make your face look big and its short enough in case you end up not liking the cut.
     

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