Q: Hi Bill! I'd love to have a more flattering haircut/colour, as I am going to college this fall. I am willing to put some time into styling my hair, but my cut right now is pretty meh.
I have thicker hair that has never been coloured (except for the colour that washes out after being washed a couple times). When I get my hair cut, about twice a year, I ask for it to be thinned, as I want it to be able to hold a curl when I put the time into doing my hair. So at the ends of the hair, it is more thinned out.
Also, at the front there are sort of bangs—but I am trying to decide if I want to cut them again or just grow them out.
I am open to pretty much any option, as I have had everything from a short pixie cut to longer hair. Thanks a billion for the help! — Nicky
A: Nicky, you have such a great, natural look about you. I feel that colouring your hair would not be doing you any favours.
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I like your thin ends—good move on your part.
My favourite haircut choice for you is this, with a deep part, no bangs!
I would like for the length to clear your shoulders for a more defined look.
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