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Posted 6/14/08
>_>

I got some straighteners...

Tried to straighten it and it didn't do anything much... :3

Maybe my hairs too short for now...

And how do people put wax on and keep their hair straight? Do they use the straighteners? :3
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Posted 6/14/08
You got more than one? :O

Anyway there's not much to straightening, just put some hair inbetween the two things, and slowly drag down lulz.

after straightening, wax shouldn't un-straighten it o_o''. but don't put wax on, and then straighten. that's not good. :P.
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Posted 6/14/08

vrl wrote:

You got more than one? :O

Anyway there's not much to straightening, just put some hair inbetween the two things, and slowly drag down lulz.

after straightening, wax shouldn't un-straighten it o_o''. but don't put wax on, and then straighten. that's not good. :P.


O_o

But... How does those girls get like, really straight sharp ends of hair? :3

And Yeah.....

:3

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from how my friend does her hair, she straightens it with a bit of damp hair. not too damp though. She let's her hair air dry for a while and just pins up her hair section by section and straightens it, slowly.
hope that helps you?
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Posted 6/16/08
Uhm I see..

Like................ Okay :D

I think my hairs too short anyhow, but whatever. I can do it
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Posted 6/16/08
i don't think straightening with damp hair is good o_o'
you'd see steam/burning wouldn't you? =o.
Posted 6/16/08
straightening with damp hair is NOT good. it causes burns in ur hair later on and since water is evaporating at a high rate under a straightener, it sucks out alot of moisture leaving it dry and damaged.
btw u dont need to straighten ur hair at this point. u should be straightening when ur bangs, bak, or/and sides start to curl to the side or up. right now, just leave it as it is, straighteners are not necessary if u see no big change in styling ur hair. saves the trouble of damaging.
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Posted 6/17/08

AznLonelyBoi wrote:

straightening with damp hair is NOT good. it causes burns in ur hair later on and since water is evaporating at a high rate under a straightener, it sucks out alot of moisture leaving it dry and damaged.
btw u dont need to straighten ur hair at this point. u should be straightening when ur bangs, bak, or/and sides start to curl to the side or up. right now, just leave it as it is, straighteners are not necessary if u see no big change in styling ur hair. saves the trouble of damaging.


Thanks. =3
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