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Old 10-08-2006, 10:11 PM   #21
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yup, me too, once a year I have a Trim, just to keep the ends level, I`ve also never paid anyone to do this either.
when it`s wet it gets combed back then my wife just levels it off.
I think if I were to have it cut, she would probably never ever speak to me again!
the lengh down my back is just a little above belt level.
My hair used to be as long as yours at one time, and it was very straight, which I liked, but now that I'm other my hair tends to be very wavy, but as Jkath said, I should embrace my wave!
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Old 10-08-2006, 10:18 PM   #22
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So I had my haircut on Saturday and I like it! Long layers on top, about 3-4" off the length in the back, and a couple inches off the sides. So it's shoulder length, and so far my waves are behaving! I wanted it long enough to tie it in a pony tail, and long enough on the sides to tuck it behind my ears. Feels great to have all the dead hair cut off, it feels really soft and healthy again.
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