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    I'm a hairdresser by trade, so am very picky with my hair! it's super curly but fine at the same time so it's hard for me to find someone who can cut it properly.

    I used to leave it till we went back to NZ and get my friend to cut it, i always let her do whatever and it turns out great! But i've found an amazing hairdresser a fellow kiwi, who cuts it perfectly!

    I had a disaster cut while in Perth for son's tonsils in Feb where the stylist thined it out majorly! So i am trying to grow out the little hole's where she has thined it, but stylist here is amazing she texturizes it and uses a razor which gives it a more feathered look instead of blunt cutting it.

    My suggestion would be is to go on Google, serach a celebrity haircut you like, print the picture and put it on your mirror for a month, if you still like it after a month go and get it done

    Ring around salons as well and ask if they have someone that specialises in style cuts

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    But, hoping28, doesn't hairline and face shape play the biggest part in the right style for your head?
    I could Google a style but there's no way I would walk out of the salon looking anywhere near the same.

    I think it would be easier to get a face transplant.

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    It does, its more face shape and hair type than hairline though

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    You can take pictures of styles you like with you and ask the hairdresser for her thoughts on whether iy would suit or not. Also ask what she'd recommend then work together to tweak it if its something you'd consider. As a hairdresser I've had many clients come woth pictures but havr tweaked it to suit the client and their hair! Goodluck

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    Mine is shoulder length at the moment with a few layers and lots of re-growth and I hate it. i just don't know what to do with it so its always up in a bun or pony tail. i have had long hair forever but every now and then I get the urge to chop it all off, usually after I have a baby.

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