#1
I have a problem with my hair, im trying to grow it to Fredrik Thordendal style, with long straight hair, but the hair over my ears are curly, so it totally ****s up the style, does it work if i shave the hair at the back, and over my ears off? If not, im ****ed right?
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#2
Quote by wyldelife
I have a problem with my hair, im trying to grow it to Fredrik Thordendal style, with long straight hair, but the hair over my ears are curly, so it totally ****s up the style, does it work if i shave the hair at the back, and over my ears off? If not, im ****ed right?

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#4
my hair used to do this thing where it curled in the back but i just let it grow and it stopped its not as long as i want it yet but everyone either says u have sexy hair or go get haircut f*ckin hippie
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#5
Use hair straighteners if you don't all ready. Even if you think they are for girls only they should solve your problem. Oh and btw if your going to use them regulary buy some heat protection spray, otherwise your hair goes dry and brittle