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    Default Re: March 2020: Pincurls

    Quote Originally Posted by neko_kawaii View Post
    You poor traumatized dears! My mother consented to do my hair in either rag or pin curls on a few occasions. She (a natural curly) was also traumatized by them as a child. NOTHING is comfortable to sleep in, but I’ll take rags or even pins over rollers.
    I edited my comment about FOAM rollers for use WHEN AWAKE only; you're right, they are not comfy either, but somewhat better if done with care.

    Those pincurls hurt day or night

    Yup, must have been a 50's thing

    The 'Queen of Derailment" is exiting stage right

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    Last edited by Groovy Granny; March 13th, 2020 at 01:00 PM.

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    Default Re: March 2020: Pincurls

    wow I didn't realize the extend of the pin curls. Sorry to hear that.

    Growing up my mom would excessively and aggressively brush the heck out of my curls to beat them into submission but I didn't have to sleep with anything in my hair. I cant imagine how uncomfortable that must have been. I tried ONCE to sleep in those long foam rollers and I hardly got any sleep that night. That was the one and only time.
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    Default Re: March 2020: Pincurls

    I was lucky. My mother didn't have enough bobby pins for my head of long very thick hair (yes it was, when I was young) so she resorted to both hard and foam plastic curlers. She gave up when she recognized that no amount of work or prayer would make my straight hair curl -- or even wave, for longer than a few minutes. Even those foam things were painful all night, so I'll second GG and recommend you not torture your young ones with nighttime hair-changers.

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    Default Re: March 2020: Pincurls

    In early high school I slept with my hair wrapped around big purple plastic rollers that were about 2" across. We all did. Thank goodness someone invented electric rollers! That was the end of all that stuff, pincurls and rollers alike.

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    Default Re: March 2020: Pincurls

    I wore a coronet braid with one pin curl secured with a single spin pin all day. Super confey!

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    Default Re: March 2020: Pincurls

    Quote Originally Posted by BerrySara View Post
    Hehe lunalocks the way in which you wrote that made me chuckle...not at your suffering of course!

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    Same here, especially that last line she wrote.

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