22 May 2010

Hairspiration

Hey guys, sorry for taking a while to update, my excuse is like always.. lots of work to do.

from Tuesday onwards I will be free as a bird, my final hand-in presentation! yay! this means lots of posts, videos and general randomness =)

I have a list of things to do after my hand-in. The first thing is to get a haircut, its been long overdue. My hair is overgrown, dry and shapeless at the moment. Im still indecisive about what I want. I know for sure I want lots of thick layers and some sort of layers/fringe to frame my face.


Here is some pictures I found inspirational...

First of all I want this hair colour, very ashy and light =)



Onto the fringe... which fringe do you think looks best?








I was thinking maybe the Lena fringe? (last picture) Long enough to be swept to the side too.

Also, finding a hairdressers is rather hard, asian hairdressers tend to thin the hair out to much creating wispy layers which I personally don't like and western hairdressers don't really know how to handle asian thick hair, creating blunt choppy layers... =( Do you guys have any good recommendations in London? =p



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  1. Yeh I think you would look really nice with Lena's fringe! :)

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  2. I like the first fringe only because it's similar to mine ;). It's funny because I go to a Vietnamese hairdresser in Hackney, and no matter what I ask for they ALWAYS thin my hair out with a razor! I didn't know that most asian hairdressers did this?

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  3. i think u would suit best with Lena's fringe. full fringes are hard to maintain

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  4. i like the Lena fringe! It cute at the same time, depending on your make-up, it can look sexy too!

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  5. ooh lena's fringe is nice. I recently had my hair done at rush salon and he totally understood the way i wanted it, to be soft and lift but not too wispy and not choppy. But mine is all the way down in canterbury. But rush have salons nationwide.

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  6. i think you should get Lena's fringe :D it's really cute, but Kumikki's is also super cute...
    anything will suit you, really :) x

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  7. I like Lena's fringe! It's cuute :)

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  8. oooh Lena's fringe for sure! Looks so pretty. :)

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  9. loving the fringe in the last picture! xx

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  10. I love the hair colour and i think all the pics of fringes are just full fringes but styled differently xD
    I guess if you wanted a wispy full fringe like 1 and 3 just thin it out? I'm no hair expert though :)

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  11. lena's hair is so beautiful!! : )

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  12. I really like Kumiko's fringe. (:
    x

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  13. I really like Lena's fringe and the hair color. I also have problems finding a hairdresser. The last one I had gave me a helmet head because she tried to give me shorter layers than I wanted >_<

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  14. Yup, Lena fringe looks good =]

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  15. I vote for Ayu's fringe =)

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  16. You kind of look like the girl in the first picture =D I think the last pic of the girl's fringe would look awesome on you =]

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  17. J.moriyama
    http://www.jmoriyama.com/
    go to baker street one, and try to get the guy. Sochiko I think his name was, it was a good experience for me because like you, I dislike people thinning my hair out to much ><.
    and they massage your back at the end of your haircut!

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  18. i like Ayu's fringe and hair colour

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  19. There's a japanese hairdressers just off of Center point.
    http://www.yumikojones.5u.com/salon.html
    && there's a woman called Yumiko there.
    She is AHMAZINNGGG.

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  20. I agree with you, Lena's fringe. I know how you feel, the aren't any good hairdressers here in Melbourne, Australia too. The last time I went to the hair dresser he thinner down my super thick hair too much - this was 6 months ago. I just wanted to cry on the spot. I'm still waiting for my hair to grow back.

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    xXx

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  21. I actually like Ayumi Hamasaki's fringe, it seems not too thick so you can make it a side fringe if you wanted.

    Lena's fringe is also going to suit you. It might also be easier to maintain :]

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  22. Lena's!!! kawaii :)
    There's a nice Japanese hairdresser's in Covent Garden called Ticro. They are really good there, especially with fringes and styling. Make sure you go out after too!
    They have their main store in Tokyo too, really nice and only 30 pounds for a cut! x

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  24. Hey Suzi <3 Did u try out any recommendation above? I used to cut my hair at J.moriyamao? I found it better then Moga in bond street! Tho I m happy with J.moriyama I still wana try something new :P What do u think?

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  25. your hair looks amazing now!! Which hairdresser did u choose in the end? I'm in London too!

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