IF you can find a Paul Brown flat iron, buy. Generally run around $200. I had mine for 6 years before it finally decided to start losing heat, but it did still work! very well in fact. Twist, straighten, Curl, Flip. This iron has been around for years they've updated its look... but ultimately it's a tried, tested, and true straightener that lasts longer than any other one I've ever used/tried.flat irons? i need a flat iron reccomendation, mine has gone to the dogs. what are the best out there? what to avoid?
and what about a deep conditioning treatment/mask?
1. Yes it will, because they will also do solid color in between the highlights. You can get a variety of highlights (in terms of colour) but keep in mind that costs more.If i get my hair highlighted will it cover the gray bits?
I have to do something with the gray, its horrible and really noticeable.
Those package things from shoppers dont seem to work on the gray.
I have never dyed my hair or anything at salon.
Is there anything I need to know?
How often do you have to go get it highlighted?
how much does it fucking cost?
Can you get it cut the same time you get it highlighted?
Can I go in the sun with highlighted hair?
my hair is very long.
I dont wanna be shelling out hundreds of bucks every few months to keep this shit up. right now it doesnt matter, but at some point I know I wont be able to afford that anymore.
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so i'm looking for a new stylist, downtown (east side if possible). i don't want to pay more than $80 before tax / tip. preferably someone who is accustomed to cutting curly hair and maybe even someone who uses a 'dry-cutting' technique on curly hair.
let me hear the recommendations ladies!