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    Default Greetings from Germany

    Hi all,

    I'm here for quite a while but only sporadically. I always had long hair, since early youth, and I never had much problems with it except some dying and bleaching adventures, which led me to cut my hair chin length at the very end of the last millenium. Since 1999 they were groing longer slowly, because that time I often went to the hair stylist for hair lights, curls and some layers. During the pregnancy with my first child my favorite hair stylist went into nowhere and since then I never went to a hair stylist again. I cut my hair myself, have natural hair color now - medium ash blond - and I moisture my hair with NW/SO and sometimes some apple vinegar and mayonnaise treatment, when I want to have fluffy and matty hair.

    I'm also a hair toy afficionado and I have a vast collection of these. My Favorites are SteinImBrett, Senzalimiti, TheTwoHandExchange, LiveenMotionJewelry, FurnivalsWorkshop, MizeBa, Folksontheedge, Rippledesign and Churchstreetandlove.

    I like to learn and to invent new hair styles, be it braided, twisted, wrapped and knotted. Recently I leant to deal with hair crescents, what makes me very happy. I hope to exchange views and tipps here about hair jewelry, invisible little helpers for an updo and for hair styles/updos.

    regards
    Fornarina

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    Welcome to the board. Hope to see you posting now.
    Opting out of Friend Requests, thank you very much!

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    Welcome, welcome!
    WCC method (washing) --- Rinse-out oil (MO) --- LOC/LCO method (styling)

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    @embee,
    I already have posted something here.

    You and @Lapushka: Thanks for the warm welcome!

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    Howdy, Fornarina! I have taken a look at your YouTube channel--nice tutorials : )

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    Also hi from Germany!
    As far as hairstyles go, I love the crazy creations and amazing braids scarlett o'hair does.

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    @Shelomit,
    thank you.

    @Mira_Lynn,
    and hi back. I didn't know Scarlett o'hair until now. As far as I see, she's making shorties rather. And she has lots of hair! I'm not that industrious in braiding, I'm more the bun type.

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    Default Re: Greetings from Germany

    Hi, welcome!

    I'm only lurking around the langhaarnetzwerk, but I've really been enjoying all your input about hairtoys.

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    @Finda,

    thank you. The langhaarnetzwerk is kinda hair-home for me. I discovered so many things there, I since decades knew they exist, but I had no clue where to look at to find them. How, when Internet was not yet existing? I was lurking around the LHC too a long time, until I decided to post a bit more now.

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