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#16 Lizzzard

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Posted 27 July 2005 - 04:32 AM

QUOTE (beautybug @ May 9 2005, 09:53 AM)
I dry set all my brides with a setting lotion and then I stick them under the dryer........PM Bridget, Hipster, Silvana and MrsM and MrsS.....they are my brides for this year. And from memory they all have straight hair....

I can PM you the product I use if you like its brilliant and it just brushes out too!!!!!

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PS: DONT PERM!!!!!!

Hi beauty bug - if you're around, could you PM me that product you mentioned ? My hair is very fine, and deadly straight - and NEVER hold a curl ! Perhaps I could consider a curly style if I knew it would stay in....
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Posted 27 July 2005 - 11:07 AM

Hope you're recovering from your knee surgery beautybug...

I'm another one who's suspicious of perms. If you have any relatives who married in the 80s, go back and look at the photos and check out the frizzy Kath & Kim look!

Admittedly perms are often gentler now and not quite so poodle-like, but they do have a drying effect on the hair and if you don't like the look, you're stuck with it for a while. If you've got your heart set on one I'd try it *now*, while you've still got 8 months to go, and if you love it, great - and if you hate it, there'll be time to grow it out (it'll certainly drop after 8 months).

I'm a big fan of wetsetting too. My hair's weird, the oily roots retain moisture and the dry ends dry in minutes... so it's much better for me than using tongs or rollers. The curls last all day, even in my fine limp hair.

Portess, I've found bendy curlers much easier to sleep in than the barrel curlers - you just need to make sure the pillow's tucked up under your neck and you can sleep pretty well.




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