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Guest chibi_usa

Ya ^^. What the title said. I need 2 find a good/cute hairstyle 4 teens ^^ instead of telling me how, can you just send me pics of hairstyles? or websites of the hairstyles?

Btw it'd be nice if you find hairstyles at shoulder length cuz my hair isn't that long yet ^_^

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Guest Frank67

Hi chibi,

don't be surprised, I found these links some time ago for a friend ;) .

Here are the links, nothing especial for teens, but there are some on the sides. To find something for teens is really hard, but maybe you give it a try.

The third one is a German site. Have you tried the Google picture search?

http://www.hairfinder.com/haircuts10.htm

http://myhaircuts.blogspot.com/search/labe...te%20hairstyles

http://gallery.me.com/rolfhaehlen

These 2 links are for virtual hair and makeover, but you can upload a pic of your own to the first one.

http://www.marieclaire.com/hair-beauty/tre...tual-hair-salon

http://www.seventeen.com/hair-skin-makeup/salon

Some translations if you need them

hair=Haar

short=kurz

long=lang

chin-length=halblang/mittellang

hairstyle=Frisur

blond=blond

black=schwarz

brown=braun

brunet=brünett

red=rot

women=Frauen

shoulder=Schulter

Good luck

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Guest Christy.dancer

I went to the Marie Claire site, and it's GREAT. I took a full face shot, uploaded, and tried a couple of makeup/hair combinations. The site apparently doesn't allow direct download of the pic, but you can e-mail a thingie to yourself. I uploaded the "thingie" to my blog.

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Guest chibi_usa

Ya the prob is I already have Ad-ware (the Good 1) Nod 32, Spyboy, Something doctor, and theyre all not the free trial 1's and it still doesn't work :(

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Guest chibi_usa

K srry btw can u edit my post and connect it 2 my 1st post mod? O_o.Srry I saw only the insert image and not the brose/upload ^^""

So like ya I'm not trying 2 look like the girl atm XD but if its me trying 2 look like a girl its the 3rd pic ^^. Btw im not emo ppl ^^"" I just put all my hair down so u know the size

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