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    Default Re: Straight and Silky Thread

    Would love to do this! But mine never holds

    I'll try again when I can find a big claw clip!

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    Default Re: Straight and Silky Thread

    Love the suggestions, thank you! I'm dying to try out a hair stick, but I highly suspect my hair wouldn't hold.

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    Going to try claw clips again after several failed tried in the past!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gossamertresses View Post
    Going to try claw clips again after several failed tried in the past!
    Try finding the ones that say strong hold. I use Revlon strong hold claw clips. How long is your hair? I'm just touching mid back length but I think once I'm waist or lower back it might not be easy to hold my hair because it would be too heavy at that point, but my hair is thick

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    Quote Originally Posted by gossamertresses View Post
    Love the suggestions, thank you! I'm dying to try out a hair stick, but I highly suspect my hair wouldn't hold.
    Would highly recommend one that is spiral carved, that does wonders to keep my slippery hair (+layers) in place! I've tried straight ones, but those just slip straight out of my hair...

    I'm also still on the hunt for a decent claw clip. The ones I currently have are the largest I could find at the time, but I'm afraid that in a few months they won't be strong enough anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasminxCat View Post
    Whatever you call this

    Twirled and clipped back just to keep out of the way. Sometimes I will do a top bun during the day, but anything high on my head if not very loose will give me a headache
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    My hair is naturally straight, it's impossible to do the styles I want because it always slips loose. I used to load up on bobby pins and hairspray to keep everything in place, but caused me too much damage so I stopped
    You must have posted while I was writing . Your hair looks so healthy and shiny!

    I can't wait until my hair is long enough to be twisted around and not immediately collape. It looks like a very comfortable style, and really pretty too!
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    Am sad Straight and silky is not in my cards anymore, age and hormones has cause my strands to be thick and rough, I shall admire everyone's hair

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    JasminxCat's lovely hairstyle seems to be what Ficcare calls a "casual bun". I just got my first hair clip and here's my much shorter hair in a peacock twist:



    My sister has much longer but still straight and fine hair and likes spin pins to hold cinnamon buns. gossamertresses, I always had better luck with the small snap clips to catch ponytail strays than bobby pins that just fall right out. Maybe that will allow you to do a lower ponytail? What a pain that they are so strict with your hairstyles, though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasminxCat View Post
    There might not be a name for it, I just do it to keep it out of the way and it holds well haha

    And I agree, large claw clips have been the easiest thing to hold my hair up and away. I used to use a few small clips together that seems to work well too. But you know, I've never tried a hair stick. I didn't know much about them until joining LHC and figured my hair would be too short for them. I wonder if it would stay in place.. one of these days I'll give them a try
    Well, good luck. At approaching knee, a stick still doesn't hold for me.

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    I’ve been advised against getting a curly perm so I guess I have to love my straighteness! I love all of your hair here but for some reason I just can’t stand mine being straight! I’m trying to learn how to love it, any ideas?
    Wobbly are the walls ofmy mind. ~ Hip onward to tailbone and beyond~ No trimming 2021 from 8th February 2021 ~ My hair type is Asian.

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