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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese Whiz
    I haven't cut my hair for over 10 years. Is this a bad thing? Will it be harmful to my hair, in the long run?

    Normally CW, the only reason to trim or cut our hair is to: 1.) Trim off the split ends so our hair looks healthier, and if the split ends aren`t trimmed, you could have more breakage.

    2.) different style

    3.) ease in styling

    ** Now, some people, even with longer hair, don`t seem to get many split ends, because they don`t destroy their hair with color or perms, or product. But it`s rare. So, if you don`t get split ends and don`t want to change your style, then there is nothing wrong with not getting it cut.

    So, CW, how long`s your hair?

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    Jillibean, any advise for me or is there no product or technique I can use or do at home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    I have a hair question too. I have wavy hair. When it's wet, one side gets more curl than the other side. I understand that hair grows in one direction so maybe that's part of the problem. I have tried mousse and scrunching without brushing my hair but, the two sides still remain uneven. Is there anything I can do to get the other side to curl more without setting it?

    I`ve had clients who`s hair does this. That`s when I do the notching technique the most. On the side that grows up, you have to be thinning those edges, a lot to help it do what you want. Deep, by the roots too, or where it waves. Plus, I have to adjust the length different from the side that grows down, and longer the side that grows up. When it`s dry, I eyeball it to make sure it`s laying evenly. It needs to "look" even, when it`s not.

    Kept a lot of clients who have difficult hair to cut. Some of my people i`ve done their hair for 15 years. Mostly the fine hair ones, because I had to become an expert in working with my own baby fine, nothing hair. And to make it look fuller, since I have a skinny face..

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    so, jilli, not to pester, but since I see you here right now, what are some shorter cuts that grow out nicely??
    It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    Jillibean, any advise for me or is there no product or technique I can use or do at home?

    For your hair, i would be using any conditioning Mousse. Again, the Paul Mitchell Mousse, leaves your style so you want to run your fingers through it. Plus, leaves a shine. I Love it.

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    There is hope for my hair! Thanks Jillibean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brenna
    so, jilli, not to pester, but since I see you here right now, what are some shorter cuts that grow out nicely??

    Hi Brenna!!

    My what a posting hog I`ve been at this thread?...............But as for your question, I`ll try doing this in pictures, with some explanation. I love doing this. It takes my mind off of all my troubles of today. So, stand by...

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    excellent!! and don't worry, we all want to hear from you!!!! hog away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feifer
    Wow! I have only ever heard that henna conditions the hair as it colors. My hair could actually use a little roughing up as it is often too soft to do anything to without weighing it down with tons of product.

    I have used the semipermanent brow color and it either does not take or fades too fast. The only brow and lash treatment that I ever loved was given to me by an ancient stylist. She used a "special" blend of her own that she has used for 30 years. It was permanent color and now I wish I had gotten her recipe.

    I wish you had her recipe, as well.

    But I keep on seeing those famous stylist brushing color on eyebrows, and I`ve had the bad luck with the kind you get at the supply house. It fades fast too. I wish I knew of a better way. I have some clients who tint their dark hair blond, and want the eyebrows done too. Wish I was more help on this one.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jillibean
    ......I love doing this. It takes my mind off of all my troubles of today. So, stand by...
    Aw, have a and a . I hope that you are relaxing and that your day/night is going better.

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