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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    Quote Originally Posted by sumidha View Post
    Ooh, what seller is that fork from jane_marie?
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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    Nice!

    And to actually answer the question though I don't have layers, I find that wider spaced four prong metal forks are magic for me, I have some two pronged, and some narrow four pronged, and they just don't hold as well. And the skinny metal Quattro sticks don't hold at. all.

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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    Quote Originally Posted by jane_marie View Post
    I bought a ficcare on the swap board and I found it incredibly painful. wore it for a half hour and my head hurt for days. Honestly, it hurt so bad that I have trouble understanding why they have such a big following.
    Maybe the size is too big? Normally they should feel really snug.
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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    No, it felt quite snug. actually it barely fir my french twist

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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    I had a similar ficcare problem. It might have been too small. I gave it to my mom, who has APL and thin hair, and she wears it comfortably every single day.


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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    Yes, what Elise said! I wore a small recently in a full bun and it hurt very badly. I had to take pain reliever which I never do bc although I wore it briefly, the pain lasted for hours. It’s size and also the positioning as well.

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    Default Re: Do forks with more prongs help tame layers more?

    Ficcares only hold some specific styles for me, but very firm hold once I find the right position. I recall others wearing Ficcares like a hairstick. You poke the bottom piece through the bun and out, then close the top on it, like in center-held bun. That should work for hair that's too thick. Ficcare's old style Superclip was especially good for this.

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