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Thread: TRIM OR NOT TO TRIM? HELP! family hairdresser coming on sunday

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    Default Re: TRIM OR NOT TO TRIM? HELP! family hairdresser coming on sunday

    I'll give the IMG thingy a try to see if I can post my pictures on here:

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    Default Re: TRIM OR NOT TO TRIM? HELP! family hairdresser coming on sunday

    wow it worked! Sorry it has came out so big. Does anyone know how to make it smaller in future posts? lol
    thanks everyone

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    Default Re: TRIM OR NOT TO TRIM? HELP! family hairdresser coming on sunday

    I have a photo workshop on my computer where I resize my pictures in the edit function before I post them to photobucket. I think you've got fairy tale ends beginning already and should let your hair grow without trimming as long as the ends don't get trashed. Sometimes trimming is a must-do, but if you're really careful with your hair, you might be able to grow without it.

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    Default Re: TRIM OR NOT TO TRIM? HELP! family hairdresser coming on sunday

    You have a nice hair!

    Photobucket has some great and easy photoediting tools, including image resizing. So you don't need any photoediting program on your computer.

    HTH!

    Always behave like a duck --
    keep calm and unruffled on the surface but paddle like the devil underneath.

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