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Girls and Sculpting Wax
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Posted 2/25/08
When guys use sculpting wax in their hair and style it, it looks all cool and really hot. What kind of things can a girl do sculpting wax? I'd like to do something different with my hair. Oh yeah, yes i am a girl. Any advise? Thanks.
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Posted 2/25/08
like, it depends on the haircut. not really if guys or girls use it. sculpting wax is real heavy for long hair, and is really best used for short hair for piecing, twisting, spiking, blahblah. Use it sparingly, not a whole lot, just enough to make it hold the way you want. Although when I have "long" hair, i use a wax thats not too sticky to make some fake dreads for the day or whatever.
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Posted 2/26/08
well i sometimes use it to poof my hair && like i have short layers so i use it to fling out my layers like how the guys do it but not as much as them
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Posted 2/27/08
Teehee THanks. I have long layered hair . . . how exactly can i "poof" my hair. My hair is just boring straight and flat. Are there techniques when it comes to using the sculpting wax? Are there certain areas where it looks best? The flippiee hair thing sounds like a pretty good idea though.
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Posted 2/28/08
^_^ welll if u want to buff up ur hair.... first you seperate a bunch of your hair out and then use a comb to tease it~~ ahaha and afterwards use hairsray~ if u have long layers.. mayb use a blow dryer... or otherwise get it cut for shorter layers.. ahaha your hair length doesnt have to be shorter.. just shorter layers on top which makes it easier to style! ^_^V
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Posted 2/29/08
isnt Lucido for women
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Posted 2/29/08
well i dont think you can flip you hair outt much if your layers are like longg but you can flip the ends outt like put a lilttle bit of wax on the end of your layers and like just twist and fling them outt =] and for poofing you just put a litle bit of wax on your fingurestips and rub/work it into/throughout your roots and then scrunch it and that should give you some poofyness ^___^ and of course hair spray always does the final job of makeing everything stay in place longer ^_______^ hope i was of some help =]
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Posted 3/9/08
spent sometime to play around with your hair . you will find your own style eventually ..
Posted 3/18/08
u guys sure do know a lot about hair. lol i wish i could change my hair like everyday, but i usually don't have that much time in the morning. lol
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Posted 3/21/08
hAha...i agree. same here, i wish i hAve much time in thE m0rning t0 put s0me styLe
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Posted 3/21/08
Teehee. Thanks everyone for the advice. Lots of help.
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Posted 5/8/08
lol this morning i got in trouble with my parents cause i kept taking tsoo long doing my hair
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Posted 5/19/08
try back combing and hairspray
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Posted 5/25/08
does wax make your hair all hard and gross looking? because i need to find a way to make my bangs more poofy and ive been hearing about wax...and what kind of wax do you use?
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