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    Default Re: Questions that don't deserve their own thread

    Quote Originally Posted by firewerky View Post
    I'm thinking if I should already trim. My ends are soft, not dry at all, I don't have any split ends. But... I haven't been to the hairdresser for a year and I started with chin length. I don't know if my hemline is uneven. It looks better in the first photo than in the other. What do you think? Is it time to trim?


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    To me that is a perfect hemline and should definitely not be trimmed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by foreveryours View Post
    Instead of using a brush, which generates loads of friction and so will tend to "flatten" your hair more, would using a wide tooth comb be better? It can get thru tangles much easier without ripping too
    I'm sorry, I've totally lost this message! Do you think that a comb can risult in less tangles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bri-Chan View Post
    I'm sorry, I've totally lost this message! Do you think that a comb can risult in less tangles?
    I think a WIDE tooth comb can get through tangles easier than a brush can without pulling out the texture you are trying to maintain. Less static too.

    I use this one (1/2" tooth spacing)

    https://hairsense.com/product/super-...rake-comb-222/

    which I reshaped to more closely match my own head

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    Default Re: Questions that don't deserve their own thread

    Quote Originally Posted by foreveryours View Post
    I think a WIDE tooth comb can get through tangles easier than a brush can without pulling out the texture you are trying to maintain. Less static too.

    I use this one (1/2" tooth spacing)

    https://hairsense.com/product/super-...rake-comb-222/

    which I reshaped to more closely match my own head

    Definitely gonna try.
    I remember that comb!
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