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How do you handle your hair??

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    View Poll Results: How do you fix your hair for outside work?
    I leave it loose. 7 15.22%
    I put it in a ponytail. 25 54.35%
    I put it in a bun. 5 10.87%
    I braid it. 4 8.70%
    Other. 5 10.87%
    I don't have long hair. 0 0%
    Voters: 46. You may not vote on this poll

     
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        06-10-2010, 09:39 AM
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    I have thick, wavy hair that's mid-back lenght. I usually throw it in a ponytail or in a bun. Sometimes I leave it down but it usually gets in my eyes and mouth so that doesn't happen a lot. Oh sometimes when I have time, I'll do this double ponytail thing cause my hair is so thick and sometimes just one ponytail wont hold it...its hard to describe though lol.
         
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        06-10-2010, 09:50 AM
      #32
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    My hair is to the middle of my back, and I pull it back into a pony tail and either wear a ballcap, or my Aussie cowboy hat.

    I generally wear my Aussie when I'm going to be outside for a long time, like cutting grass or mending fence. It has a nice, wide brim.

    The pony tail works when I'm riding too, because I have the adjustable piece in my helmet.
         
        06-13-2010, 01:33 AM
      #33
    Yearling
    My hair is mid-back length, and I just french braid it if I'm going out to do barn chores or ride.
         
        06-16-2010, 12:48 PM
      #34
    Weanling
    My hairs down to my bum at this point. And its naturally curly and thick. I staighten it, I never leave the house with curly hair. If its windy outside or somthing to the point where my hair is going to knot up ill throw it up in a high ponytail, bun or if im going somewhere where I want my hair down ill put it in a loose ponytail until we get there.

    When im barrel racing I normally leave it down, or put it in a loose ponytail and clip it up.
         
        06-16-2010, 04:06 PM
      #35
    Green Broke
    My hair is a few inches past my shoulders, and when doing barn chores or riding, I braid my bangs and pin them back, then put the rest in a ponytail. :)
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        06-17-2010, 11:02 PM
      #36
    Yearling
    Mine is as long as my boobs.

    For school I either:
    - curl little and scrunch it all up into a messy bun and curl my fringe under a little bit (for some bounce)
    - leave it down (straightened or not depending on if i'd had a morning shower or a night shower.. if I shower in the morning it just goes all puffy if left alone! D:)
    - pony tail (sometimes curled but usually natural)

    For out with the horses
    - french braid, fringe pinned back
    - ponytail, if i'm not riding.
         
        06-17-2010, 11:08 PM
      #37
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by ilovemyhorsies    
    mine is as long as my boobs.
    I mean, it comes down to the top of them.
    Longer at the back though!



    FINALLY at a length I'm willing to accept, after a DISASTER haircut that had me in tears and hiding in the house for a couple of weeks
         
        06-17-2010, 11:11 PM
      #38
    Yearling
    I have brown hair down to my shoulders. I usually just throw it in a ponytail then put my helmet on when I am going to ride. But I hate when its really hot out, and when you take your helmet off and your hair is all sweaty and gross:p.
         

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