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OMG, I have the most horrible hair! I cut my hair to achieve an emo look but now I need to be a bridesmaid at my cousins wedding! I NEED to grow my hair out fast! Help me please
Regretful_Emo from Daly City, California
Try going to a wig shop or depending on your hair length. You can try hair extensions or fusion, but for time's sake, a nice wig would be the best alternative.
Dude, just be yourself. If your hair is short. Just rock it. Its so boring to go to a wedding were every bridesmaid is the same. If the bride loves you then she will be cool!
If your hair is more than several inches longer from your scalp, ask a friend who knows how to braid cornrows to do your hair in tight and thin cornrows because they usually help make your hair grow faster by pulling hard. Leave it on for several days and release it before taking a shower. I can't gaurantee it'll work for you, but it's worked for me and my friends countless times.
My mom's wedding is coming up and I have no idea how to do my hair. My aunt is a stylist and she's going to be doing my hair. I don't want to look bad but I also don't want to over power. Any ideas?
By asiana from Madison, WI
People are often happier if they don't do elaborate styles for wedding and grads. You may want to just have your hair in the usual way. Do you have any sort of headdress or flowers that you are going to wear? What the girls do here for their grads/proms is to go to the stylist a month before, and have the hair done in the style they have chosen, and see if they like it. Since your aunt is doing your hair, this should certainly be possible. Don't let anyone talk you into something that you don't like, that you feel uncomfortable in.
A French twist is very pretty.
For my younger daughter's wedding, my older daughter did my longish hair in a nice French braid. That's the same style I wore the night I received the Goodwill-Easter Seals Community Employment Independence award, in 2008.