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  1. Michelle

    How did you know that me and my sister had those hairstyle in the childhood?))) 😀 We had veeeeeeeeeeeery similar hairstyles lol. We didnt allow to mom to brush us. I feel sorry now for my mom)) But problem with hair left until now. need to do smth with my hair. Lol

  2. Jessi

    As I think you have dry hair. I would recommend visiting a hairdresser and cutting all dry ends. Even if need to cut a lot. Because hair becomes dry from the end of it. And as more you have dry ends, then more your hair will become dry up. Healthy hair are rising from the head. So if you would like to have beautiful and shiny hair, should cut all bad hair(( But don’t need to be sad. There are a lot of ideas for short haircuts. For example taper fade haircuts, can see some of them at https://glaminati.com/taper-fade-haircuts-women/ . It looks so trendy and you will save alive and good hair. Then just treat them well and in some years you will have a beautiful long hair. Best wishes to you and to your sister!

  3. Micky

    A low taper fade is a haircut style characterized by a gradual decrease in hair length from the top of the head down to the neckline, with the shortest length typically near the temples and hairline. This style offers a subtle and gradual transition between longer hair on top and shorter hair on the sides and back, creating a clean and polished look. The taper fade starts low on the head and blends smoothly into the skin, resulting in a well-groomed appearance that’s versatile and easy to maintain. https://burstfadehaircuts.com/low-taper-fade/

  4. Micky

    A hair ties (also called a ponytail holder, hair band, hair elastic, wrap around, gogo, or bobble) is an item used to fasten hair, particularly long hair, away from areas such as the face. This is usually done as part of a hairstyle such as pigtails, bunches, or ponytails for straight, wavy, and loosely curled hair, and referred to as afro puffs, bunny tails, and “pineapples” for highly curled and highly textured natural hair. Two common types of hair tie are the scrunchie[1] and the elastic. The term can also include a fixed tie or rubber band which is placed through or around strands to hold specific parts of hair together, rather than tie it or clasp them together like a hair clip.


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