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    this is my winter song EJCC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
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    That's the typical Sometimes, in a braid, sometimes up...anything more complicated than that doesn't happen.
    Whoa -- what a mane!

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    The side braids are a go to
    So easy, so lovely, and so universally flattering. Plus, curly hair looks great in them
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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
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    That's the typical Sometimes, in a braid, sometimes up...anything more complicated than that doesn't happen.
    My reactions: ---> --->

    Such beautiful hair...
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    My hair has been every length from a pixie cut to halfway down my back. It was interesting having long hair for a while; I learned different ways to braid it and put it in updos. But it got old really quickly. For one thing, my hair is very fine, and tangles absurdly easily. It just wasn't worth the pain and hassle of combing out the innumerable tangles every day.

    I loved having a pixie cut -- especially when I discovered that with enough gel I could give myself a pretty badass fauxhawk -- but I found I'm too lazy to keep it trimmed regularly. Right now my hair is a little past my shoulders, with side bangs and lots of shaggy layers. Something like this:

    Mostly I leave it down, but when I'm in a rush, I'll put it in a braid or ponytail. When I'm feeling especially ambitious, I'll put some soft curls in it. That's about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deceptive View Post
    My reactions: ---> --->

    Such beautiful hair...

    How'd you make me blush so hard! Well done!
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    combed back like a boss
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    I think I've had the same style since I was around....7?

    It just sits there, like a transplant from someone more deserving of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I usually wear mine down and side-parted, like this:





    (my hair is less thick, but similarly curly -- curl type 3a, apparently)

    When I'm not having as good a hair day, I'll do a side ponytail:



    or a side braid:



    or any number of other braided things:



    I usually keep my hair whatever because mine it's curly too, an the cool thing about it is that even when it's messy looks like I wanted to get that result myself :P

    I tried to do those braids too once.



    You can see my electric curls trying to offer resistance.

    I keep on doing it sometimes. But It kinda gets addictive to me to the point that I can't go out before my hair is done like that. So I put on my lazy mask and I am now having the ''whatever'' period until I get my energies back.

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    for work?

    braided pigtails with a knit hat pulled over the top... one of those hairstyles you'd expect on the girl next door in some 80s movie or something

    outside of work?

    french twist

    I do not wear my hair down since it's dreadfully fine and tends to do inconvenient things like float into my eyes and mouth if left with free reign
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    Nope.

    Cut most of it off.
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    I know the perfect song for this thread.

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