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Are You Changing Your Hairstyle For Spring?
Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Do you change your style when the seasons change?

Are you going straight and long, layers, bob, curls or the pixie as many celebs are sporting? Are you changing your color?

Tell us about your Spring hair fling!

socalsuz responded:
I didn't even consider a new hairstyle for the season but maybe I will now! I do go a little lighter in the summer.

My kids do get "hot weather" hair. They go much shorter because we spend so much time in the water - keeping their hair clean and not matted is a challenge....
butterflygarden responded:
I usually go a bit shorter in the summer, but I haven't decided this year. Definitely will get some summer highlights.

I remember when I was a kid the highlights seemed to come naturally as the summer progressed, but now in my late 40s they don't. I wonder if the derm here would know why that is?


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