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What do you ask for when you get a haircut?


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Guest _FOBchink

I'm getting a haircut in a few days, FINALLY. :D

I want to know what hairstyles you have & what you ask for when you get one. (:

Normally, I go for a few layers, side bangs, and a v-shaped end in the back (if you know what I'm talking about).

Not sure but, I think I want to go for something different, so tell me what you have! :D

So post a picture and the details, I guess. XD

Or whatever floats your boatt. (:

*Sorry if this is a repeated topic. |:

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Guest Natsune619

Same! But I also ask if it's maintainable, e.g. if I need to straighten it everyday to get it like that, will it work with my hair type etc.

Right now I have a full-ish fringe which only covers one eyebrow (cos I hate that eyebrow XD) and long hair (past my chest) that has some layers in it... I think my hair's kinda v-shaped too

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I show the hairstylist the hairstyle pictures that I previously saved on my iPhone.

I usually show pictures of the front part and the back part, more detailed the better.

I always ask for the same style

Side bangs, layered haircut like this and V-shaped on the back.

Edit:

that's actually a nice picture, i'll save that for the next haircut haha.

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Guest child2child

I have my aunt who's a beautician/hairdresser cut my hair so I always tell her the same thing, lots of layers so my hair will dry faster but keep the overall length the same (since I'm in the process of growing my hair out), v-shaped in the back and leave the bangs alone. I cut my bangs myself because no one cuts them the way I like them to be.

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ohhh....V-shaped in the back, that's what I'm missing :lol:

sometimes I bring in a picture but I usually just want layers (and then I show them how different the layers should be), I get blunt bangs, ask them to frame my face with some hair also. And to make sure to thin my ends because I hate when my ends feel really blunt.

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I ask for really short top layers which gradually get longer,

my bottom layers to be the same length [ length is about the middle of my chest ]

but! snip off a tiny bit of the bottom, to get rid of split-ends.

I never let them cut my bangs T.T

When I get home I cut my bangs myself.

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Guest cynstar.

i have long hair, so i ask for blunt layers in the back and some face framing layers in the front.

i also ask for a long sweeping bang, and def ask NOT to use a razor to thin the hair out. it just dmages your hair and give you crazy split ends, so i ask for scissors only. but def bring pictures. if its something different then what you wanted, dont hesitate to ask them to fix it

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I'm getting a haircut in a few days, FINALLY. :D

I want to know what hairstyles you have & what you ask for when you get one. (:

Normally, I go for a few layers, side bangs, and a v-shaped end in the back (if you know what I'm talking about).

Not sure but, I think I want to go for something different, so tell me what you have! :D

So post a picture and the details, I guess. XD

Or whatever floats your boatt. (:

*Sorry if this is a repeated topic. |:

ohmygod, is this style THAT common!?

LOL becus when I first got layers I told my mom to tell the lady to give me layers and side bangs.

so as she was cutting, she told my mom (in viet, I can't speak it D<) if I wanted a V in the back.

she said it'd look thinner/better/whatever since I have thick hair, so I said okay.

I like it. but I kinda wanna change too lol.

maybe something like this?

warning, there's a bit of cleavage lol.

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Guest Eun_neptune_Him

I usually show the hairstylist what kind of hairstyle i would like to get. I usually never forget to bring a photo cause they usually totally make it look weird or the opposite of what style i asked for. My hair is naturally curly, I always ask if I can wear it natural but they say no all the time and just fry it with a straightener -__-

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Guest Cheri.B*

Haha I guess the preference in common too~

I usually asked for a slight trip with side bangs, layer my hair but thin it so it can be volumized, and I also wanted a V-line in the back.

Whenever I show a picture to the salonist, they never look the same or even similar.

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Guest Batgirl

Keep the length, lots of layers on top to create more fuller look on top, thin out past my shoulders, (for some reason my stupid hair gets thick past my shoulders but thin looking at top O_o), v shape in back, trim bangs a little. No products no styling.

i know. boring. But everytime i go wild i kinda regret it days later because im bad at styling. My last "unboring" cut i did a line, longest length was right above my shoulders.

I'm in the middle of growing it out :(

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Guest loveteajuice

I've been trying for some time to get my hairdresser (or find a hairdresser) who can cut my hair the way i want. i tell them i want heaps of layers and a side fringe, but they never do what i tell them to.

i haven't brought a picture reference yet simply because i've been lazy. next time i'm going to bring in a picture of park bom cause i want her fringe :D

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lol I actually tell him that he should do what he want with my hair hahaha but that's just because he's been cutting my hair for over 6 years now...and he knows what I want and what I wouldn't like....so at times I end up with weird hairstyles but most of the time he's great :) he's a hairdresser from vidal sassoon but is the best friend from my mum so it's for free :)

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