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Not pro at all
I don't see the point in calling this hairstyle PRO if you only get 3 hair styles to try them then you have to buy the rest..rip off.
AliciaRastaMarley on Oct 27, 2012 for Hairstyle PRO for iPad
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It's really $4.99
There are only 3 styles available for free, like many apps, it's just a false leader.
ccbythec on Oct 16, 2012 for Hairstyle PRO for iPad
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Love it!
If you like hair this is a must have! The only thing is you can't add highlights but you can change the color! Great app
RCS1231 on Sep 8, 2012 for Hairstyle PRO for iPad
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Hate 0 stars
I never pay for anything I just get free anyway u just get 3 styles don't get if u don't pay
Leiauh on Jul 10, 2012 for Hairstyle PRO for iPad
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great app!
Of the several similar apps, this is the only one with good styles for men. It also has a great selection of realistic colors. The interface is very intuitive and the option to remove the background is very useful. I do wish that it allowed for fun, crazy colors too (just for fun).
manetbo on Jul 3, 2012 for Hairstyle PRO for iPad
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I love it! So worth it!
I love the natural color choices, the ability to create a favorite list with-in the app, and the helpful style info it gives you ( s.a. the best face shape and hair texture for the style). It also tells you how to style it and how long it takes to do so. I've found this program to be the best one out there and definitely worth paying a little more for. My only suggested area for it's improvement would be that they allow the style to be stretched vertically, as they can only currently be stretched horizontally. This would be helpful for people with higher hairlines, because once I move a style up to start where my actual hairline does, the style then doesn't fit my face as well, with angles that should hug one's cheek and jaw occurring higher than desired and seeming to be out of place.
Kristina N. on Jun 13, 2012 for Hairstyle PRO for iPad
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