I have a hard time as well, but Im very into using tutorials so I go on youtube & find alot of step by step tuts & Its helped me ALOT. Heres a link to someone that has AMAZING video tutorials for hair and makeup.
you wouldn't have a hard time if your consultation with the stylist/cutter was complete. you should have been informed how/what/which product-tool to use to achieve the new style at home, as well as how often it will need to be trimmed/textured/etc. a good stylist/cutter would have given you the information/tutorial before you left the salon.
you should at least do your due diligence and give him/her a call to ask for a quick lesson.
dullscissors that just seems like WAY too much work for me. Thanks for helping though.
at 1:26 PM on Jan. 24, 2011
No, of course not! My hair is straight on the outside, but underneath it's curly. If I try to let it grow out, it looks too stringy. The top is oily and bottom is dry. I have just accepted that I can't have anything longer than a bob cut...My friend in Largo got extensions and they looked great, but it seems like more than I want to deal with.