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February 26, 2010

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Julie

haha fun post.. I'm sure those without a fringe would have no idea why it seems to be so complicated! My hairdresser has serious concerns over my mental well being .. hahaha... I'm a cut it myself person.. but have never gone the scotch tape route! As my first job was hairdressing [at the ripe age of 15] I can manage my fringe.. but that's about it... Do you have the problem where hairdressers feel the need to feather the edges so you look like your off to a Bay City Roller concert? haha.. i'm trying to train mine not to do that!

Well .. I like the final result.. very you!! You'd have to change your profile pic if it wasn't! By the way .. could you please photoshop away some of my wrinkles.. hehe... Have a great weekend.. Julie

Susan

Oh it is complicated. I am sporting the rock chick look currently (& I think you wear it will BTW)...but you do a good job with the scissors. I can't cut mine myself. I signed an agreement (ceremonial but I take it seriously) at the hair salon years ago. After making myself into Moe too many times & messing up complicated layers and so forth...I just pop in & have the trusted stylist do it. It's free, no tears, & like I said. I signed an agreement. No touching my bangs (as we say here in States).

You look great, BTW.

xoxo

Susan

Susan

I meant 'wear it well.' See how compulsive I am? ;)

Renee Bouchard

What is this scotch-tape method you speak of? I'm curious. As someone without fringe, I feel woefully ignorant! Please, enlighten me!

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m. heart

Love the fringe, and I like the last look best too. I'm very curious about the scotch tape too...it sounds potentially painful!

Tina

Ha ha! It's very simple - the scotch tape acts as a sort of ruler - you just place a piece of scotch tape over your fringe (horizontally) leaving out bellow the length you want to cut off. This is a bad explanation, but it's the best I can do! I look ridiculous while doing it, but it's worth it as it's very quick and easy and my fringe always ends up quite straight!

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