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Help! How do i achieve this hairstyle?

okay so basically i've been keeping my hair in a ponytail

but i want it more like this ../home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fteenhollywood411.files.wordpress.com%2F2008%2F09%2Fcorbin_bleu.jpg" class="Popup

how do i get my hair to fall? most of the time it just stands up and im tired of it thats why I haven't been wearing it out .. is there a certain way to do it? if so can someone help a.s.a.p.

thanks

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  • QuirkyYoginiQuirkyYogini Posts: 569Registered Users
    Well first we need to know what type of hair you have. You might want to add that to your signature so you don't have to keep telling people this when you post.

    Second, pictures REALLY help with stuff like this. Most people have several different curl types on their head and depending on the health, length, thickness, and so on, it might make all the difference on if you can even achieve that style.

    Someone was mentioning a technique where you scrunch your conditioner in your hair upside down to get rid of a part and have the hair go straight back. Maybe she'll comment on this thread.

    Honestly though, super curly hair like 3c and 4A tend to grow out and up until it gets long enough to achieve enough weight to have the hair hang down. You WILL get there eventually, but it really varies depending on the individual.

    Still, posting pictures can really go a long way to getting help here. Good luck!
    I have 3c hair that I haven't straightened in over 5 years. It's just past shoulder length when dry, and almost waist length when pulled straight.

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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    His style looks like a wash and go to me..

    Possibly it could be a straw set or small roller set.

    If you have the tight curls it's easily achievable.
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  • deletedelete Posts: 815Registered Users
    Without pictures, I'm guessing it's a length issue. I bet when wet, Corbin's hair is extremely long so that when styled back off the forehead, it can lay flat.

  • green-teagreen-tea Posts: 27Registered Users
    Hello-

    I looked at your pictures and I know there are a lot of hair experts on this site but to me it looks like it's a length issue. You just need to keep growing it out.


    I like your hair. It's nice.