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    Default Which hairstyle?

    So I'm wondering what to do with my hair.

    Short wavy bob

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    Long wavy bob

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    Or long and wavy

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    My hair is fine but I have lots of it. It's naturally wavy but very frizzy.

    I'm going to be 34 next month but I still look like I'm in my early 20s, so I want to look more my age.

    Every time I get my hair cut I say no layers as I don't want to end up with obvious / drastic layers, but then they end up cutting it too blunt and I end up looking like I'm either 12 or 50!!!

    I want something quite edgy and modern so I'm leaning towards the shorter one. My hair is a bit longer than the long bob at the moment.

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    I vote short wavy bob. I got a similar length cut earlier this year afer having really long hair and I really loved.

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    Long wavy bob

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    Long wavy bob

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    The long or short wavy bob are both lovely.

    I'd lean to the long bob though because you could still put up on a ponytail if needed.

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    Long wavy in 2nd pic but still have some Length so you can tie it up. Nothing wrong with looking younger

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    I like both bobs but would prob go the short one since we are coming into warmer weather

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    Definitely not the long and wavy one. I'd go the short one - it's not that short and you can probably scrape it back. My hair is about that length and wavy too and I can just pull it back if I need to.
    Let me know if you need an awesome hairdresser recommendation, he's in the city

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    The second picture (medium bob) is my fav and how I would love me hair to look!

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    The short wavy bob. I love short hair.

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