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How can I get my hair to look like this?!?

geegee Posts: 40Registered Users
I'm realistic when it comes to my hair and I think my curls are pretty similar to AnneLynne McCord. But I love the way her hair is parted! It looks like there is no part! How can I get my curls to do that? I always have to do a part with a comb and I hate the way it looks. It looks like to me she has bangs and brings them forward. Any tips on how to get this look? Also! Do any of you know what products she uses to tame her curls??

Here's the pic: /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2F3.bp.blogspot.com%2F-IGu9K9myZzU%2FTb2ls_RAYLI%2FAAAAAAAAAEc%2F9nU1lJuHFhY%2Fs1600%2Fannalynne%2Bcurls.jpg" class="Popup

Thanks Curlies! :love5:

3a/3b curls.
Medium texture, medium porosity, and extremely protein sensitive.
Moderate CG? No harsh sulfates, limited 'cones.
Poo: L'oreal Ever Sleek
Condish: GVP Conditioning Balm
Deep Condish: L'oreal Ever Pure
Styling products: Bumble & Bumble smoothing creme, Not Your Mother's Curl Creme, and Giovanni gel.

Comments

  • curlsr2funcurlsr2fun Banned Posts: 269Banned Users
    I don't know how to do that either but it's cute. I've seen people do the no part thing but I've never figured out how to get it that way. I've tried and it looked funny.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]3c Hair

    Currently using: Kinky Curly Knot today leave-in and Kinky Curly Curling Custard
  • RustinaRustina Posts: 894Registered Users
    Idk - to me, it looks like she has a part, but the way she's facing makes it so that we're looking at the high side, so the part is hidden. I bet if she faced in the other direction, you'd be able to see it.

    It might help not to use your comb to make a part - when I get out of the shower, I just gently use my fingers to move curls from one side of my head to the other where necessary to even it out, so there's no harsh line. To hide what line may remain, try clipping or diffusing upside down to give lots of height at the top of your head.
    Sulfate/non-water-soluble silicone free since 8/16/10
    Northern VA
    Med-coarse, normal porosity, low elasticity
    Dye-free since 11/2010