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  1. Looking for tips/websites/advice! I started cutting my own hair ~1 year ago, after getting a dreadful scalp infection following a cut at a discount haircut place. It left me very nervous about haircuts! Anyway, my hair is a few inches longer than shoulder length, and I've been cutting it by twisting a high ponytail in one direction, snipping straight across, then twisting it another direction, snipping across again, and trimming stray bits. It works fine, and results in a long layered cut. But I want to try something shorter. I just don't know where to start! I thought I had bookmarked some links when I took the first snip a year ago, but I don't have them, so I must have just thought about it. Something that happens more and more often as I get older... :thumbdown: Thank you!
  2. Okay, for anybody who has a kiddo who loves both history and hairdressing-- who knew that was a thing? http://www.openculture.com/2013/02/how_a_baltimore_hairdresser_became_a_world-renowned_hair_archaeologist_of_ancient_rome.html <Baltimore hairdresser challenges dogma that fancy hairstyles on Roman busts and sculptures must be wigs, studies texts and decides they were translated incorrectly, discovers how to recreate the hairstyles. Includes video.>
  3. Please give me suggestions and I'll start researching. Dog hair is driving me crazy! Our current vacuum just isn't doing a good enough job. What suggestions do you have for me that won't cost an arm and leg? :tongue_smilie:
  4. We were out and about with our DD and her family today. DH and our 2 yr old grandson happened to be with DD and her baby at one point and I was somewhere else with my cart. We were at Costco. DH was getting a food demo thingy for our 2 yr old grandson. The woman doing the demo thought he was the Daddy.. She went on and on, and was digging a hole fast with her comments, but eventually I showed up and she found out that my DH was the Grandpa and in fact older than her husband. AFter I walked away, she told my DD to tell her mother to color her hair. I am soooo glad I didn't have to walk past her again! This happens to us all the time. My DH does look much younger than his 54 years and is barely starting to sprout gray hair, but really! Tell your Mom to color her hair! How inappropriate!
  5. I'm going to try it. I'm plopping right now and I'll try and go without shampooing for one week:eek: AND since I'm out of shampoo, I'm thinking about purchasing something different. Wish me luck! I'll let you know how it turns out! Dorinda (a mostly curly girl who likes to go straight and curly, but gets frustrated with her curl)
  6. I started using the Pantene Anti-fizz conditioner that several of you mentioned. I used just the tiniest amt of shampoo on my scalp only and lots of conditioner. I did this on Sat and then Sun. morning I left off my shower cap when I took my shower and wet my hands and then scunged (sp) up my hair with my wet hands and didn't comb or brush my hair (I didn't comb or brush on Sat either) and just let my hair dry. It is almost shoulder length and it dried in NICE spiral curls with no frizz (it even seemed to look a little darker and more vibrant in color) and SHINY. I was shocked. I even got a couple of compliments at church. Thanks to all of you ladies, I now like my hair again after a couple of years of frizz. It is weird how the texture changed as I got older, from straight as a teen, then to more wavy as i got older, then to frizz and now to spiral curls.
  7. DD, 7th grade and nearly 13 years old, wants highlights in her hair that show up. Not being a hair expert, I call it streaking the hair, and I want to use one of those kits that have the shower cap things with holes in them that you use a crochet hook type thing to pull the strands of hair through. What brand would you all recommend? What color would you all recommend -- DD has medium brown (ie., not nearly black) hair and she wants blonde highlights -- but she does not want it to look striped - not a harsh contrast -- she wants it to blend in and look natural and she wants it to be noticeable. I cannot afford to take her to our hairdresser, so that leaves me to make her wish come true. I am going to make her sign a waiver so she doesn't get mad at me if it doesn't turn out exactly as she has pictured it will. :001_smile: Thanks for your help, RC
  8. and I have a beautiful rash around my mouth, nose and up into eyebrows. Could it be stress of new boards plus Icademy decided to call on last day before school starts to overload me w/info. ? If my hair was not falling out, I would be pulling it. Any ideas on why I am losing hair and skin issue:bigear: What a kaka day, I want the old boards back. Waaaaaah.
  9. Does anyone do this? I've been reading some info on using a solution of baking soda (one cup of water to 1T of baking soda) to wash hair...and, 1-2T of ACV to one cup of water as a rinse...both in spray bottles. Well, I tried it for the first time last night and my hair feels very heavy and UNclean! Not washed at all. I did put a little aloe juice in with the baking soda...maybe that was a no-no. Anyone? Any opinions on it's effectiveness? Thanks! ~Holly
  10. ME! Personally! Tonight! I'm freaking out. She's totally excited, and I'm terrified. She knows it will be shorter, and even showed me a picture of how short she wants it (just below shoulder length). She has agreed to go see my hairstylist if I mess it up. But I'm still freaking out. Hints? Tips? Tricks? Encouragement? Suggestions that she and I should run screaming in opposite directions? Any help is welcome! Oh, and yes, I have good hair scissors already.
  11. For those who cut their husband's and boy's hair, do you know how to do what they call "tapering" at the back of the neck? My 15yo son keeps failing his CAP inspections, no matter how short his hair is, because it is not tapered. I know what this is, I just can't figure out how to do it without major gauging. Could anyone give me any tips? Thanks!
  12. DD wants me to buy her one of those things to iron her hair straight. If you saw her, you would think she already has straight hair, but apparently there are a few errant wavy hairs. She has gorgeous hair that has never been touched by appliance-generated heat. Well, except for once with the curling iron I bought for her a few months ago -- it didn't work on waist-length hair. Her hair is now a few inches below shoulder length as she had 12" cut off. These iron things, will they hurt her hair? She will buy this with her own money, so that's not an issue. DD will be 13 next month. I was her age 39 years ago. I am woefully behind the times, as you can tell from all my Fuddy Duddy posts. We didn't have hair irons when I was a teen. DD now requests that I check with you all when questions like this come up. Thanks for your advice, RC
  13. Help! I'm tired of my frizzy head. My scalp is pretty oily, but my hair, for as long as I can remember, has seemed dry. Thin and mostly straight with a touch of wave to it...and frizzy. It looks like many of the hairs have broken. Different conditioners haven't seemed to help. I've tried two different anti-friz serums (Fructis Sleek and Shine and another I can't recall) and I think it's just too much for my fine hair - it looks and feels like I'm putting grease on my head :001_huh: :lol: -- then when it dries my hair is STILL poofing out. Has anyone found something they love, particularly someone with hair on the straight-ish, fine side? TIA!
  14. I really, really want a good perm. Anyone know of a good place, a stylist I can TRUST in Orange County, California!? Thanks,
  15. Well, the deed is done... picture is below in the thread. Thanks for voting, especially those of you who commented about how long it would take to do do #3! #1 or #2 or #3 Oh and do tell why!
  16. You know how slippery it is. And how much they play. 2 o'clock is the longest I can get it to last, in a pair of uber-tight french braids. Part of the problem is the short hair around her face (that she cut last fall :glare:). It falls out of everything, & she kind-of looks like a scarecrow. We've tried barrettes. Those just get lost in the straw. I'm wondering how others keep their little girls looking neat. Gel? Hairspray? Redoing hair 3x/day? TIA!
  17. Mine is straight, fine. Oldest's is straight, was fine, has thickened up. Youngest barely HAS hair, baby fine and not there at 4. But this middle child, got her fathers hair. His solution? Most people think he is a Marine :glare: That doesn't help me know what to do with it. It's summer in FL, it's getting curlier by the day (ok, so blame TS Fay for the humidity increase this week). I have no idea what to do with it - gee, it was actually in better shape when she didn't tell me ran out of shampoo and was washing it with conditioner. UGH. Can i just get away with a spray on conditioner to help with the knots? She is special needs enough she can do the basics in the shower, but anything else is going to involve ME at the shower right now - and i'll forget until she gets out :tongue_smilie: I just have no clue what to DO with it.... she is a tomboy, hates to wear it up, but won't get it cut right now. Any tips/advice would be welcomed.... I know you guys talk about curly hair products, but all the threads i found seemed to be more adult orientated! LOL!!! She doesn't LIKE the curls.... so making them bounce more, well, that isn't her thing. Thanks bunches -
  18. Ok, this may sound like a really dumb question... My oldest dd (14) has long blond curly hair, it is totally different than mine. Her hair is completely unmanageable. For awhile she left it curly and it looked quite nice (used Curly girl book) but now that she is back to ballet full time is isn't eay to have curly hair and have to have it in a bun. So she straightens it but it becomes dry and in the front will stick straight up unless she gels it. Then she puts too much gel in it so it looks greasy. Does any one have a suggestion for a hair product that might help her out???
  19. I keep reading the same advice over and over again: If you're over 35, cut your hair. I have read this advice so many times over the last few months that I cringe every time I see myself because mine is still long. I understand that shorter hair is supposed to look neat, give you a lift, be more trendy, make you look younger, etc.....and I've been seriously considering a shorter cut. So I mentioned that to dh this morning - and mentioned the "advice" I've been reading. Oh, man....apparently I hit on a nerve, there! According to dh, all this pressure on older women to cut their hair is a travesty. His exact words? "I walk around town seeing all these neutered older women." He feels that hairdressers have conspired to convince women that they need short haircuts that require maintenance every few weeks in order to earn more money. "It's no coincidence that they're telling older women who are at the time in their lives where they have more money that they have to get these haircuts," he says. He also thinks it's meant to diminish older women's "power" - by telling them they're past the point of beauty that has a "sexual" connotation, (Long, swinging hair) and have to settle for cuts that label them as past their prime. Now, before anyone gets a bee in her bonnet, I would never "dictate" what anyone else's hair should look like, and I think lots of women look great in short hair, but I do wish people would stop pushing their "rules" about who gets to have long hair and who gets to have short hair, and just let everyone have the hair they want. It makes me sick that on every episode of the makeover shows the women have to get their hair cut short. The stylists never even TRY to make their longer hair more attractive, which it could be with some layers or a better cut. I'd love to hear what other people think about this. My hair needs some updating and I plan a trim with more layers and bounce to it. It will still be long, however. When I'm 80 I plan to have a cascade of snow white hair. So what do you think? Is it truth? A conspiracy?
  20. DD and I followed the CG routine using diluted Burt's Bees shampoo (we were due for a wash anyway) and conditioner and Aussie "Aussome" Volume gel. I couldn't believe DD's hair -- it was beautiful! I pin-curled the top layer last night and again this morning after I wet it down with a conditioner/water spray, and it's very pretty. (I have short, layered hair, so mine looks like I just got a perm, but I'm working on it.) All that to ask this question: Are any of you CGs dancers, or mothers of dancers? DD has ballet each Tuesday and has to wear her hair up, and I don't exactly know how to handle that. If we even touch her hair before it's dry, the curls pull right out. Do I just wet it and comb it back, or will that mess up the training of her curls? Is there another way to style it that would be appropriate for dance?
  21. We have very hard water and it finally dawned on me the other day that this might be the reason my hair seems more frizzy than it used to. Is our hard water killing my hair? I am already lobbying for a water softener because I'm sick of the build up in my teapot, on the shower, etc... If you naturally have hard water and got a water softener did you see a great improvement in the condition of your hair?
  22. I've recently started taking my kiddos swimming and using the time of their lessons to get some exercise myself. I really enjoy it, but the chlorine is killing my hair. I've tried wetting it, and working in conditioner and leaving the conditioner in before going in the pool, but the chlorine still penetrates my hair. I have porous hair anyway (can't do a temporary color rinse--it never washes out), so the problem may be even worse for my hair than normal hair. What have you tried that has worked?
  23. My dh has been cutting his own hair for years. We bought really good clippers at Sally's Beauty Supply. He uses a guard and leans over a trash can. He also cuts the boys hair. Anyway one else have a dh that cuts their own hair? What do you do for your kids? I have dd's hair cut where I go, but not as often (every 10 weeks is what my stylist likes) Kristine
  24. Just curious how many of you have a regular person that does your hair. I do, I finally found her after years of looking. I pay $18.00 (not including tip) for a hair cut/style. I pay $53 for highlights. So do you have a "person" how much do you pay for services. Kristine
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