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    Default Grahtoestudio

    I saw this nice wide fork and had to have it.

    This is just my third fork. My other too are dymondwood (from other vendors) and i do love the feel and colors they give.

    But, I also love the natural look of this fork. The shape and size is what drew me in. I like the curves of the fork in curly hair, and I love the little stone on it.

    It is quite comfortable, secure, and it held up all day.

    I also like how it could be an effective weapon!



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    That looks great in your hair! I am also awaiting a fork from Grahtoestudio. I can't wait. They also have great customer service. Thanks for sharing. I will try and post pics when I receive mine. We are in the process of moving, so it could be a while.

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    That looks so pretty in your hair.

    I've been eyeing her cedar fork for awhile. I need to slow down my hairtoy spending for a bit though.

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    Very pretty btw you have lovely hair
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    Default Re: Grahtoestudio fork

    Just wanted to make sure, is that a two or four prong fork? Thanks.

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    Pretty! I love the hairstyle in your signature by the way.

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    Thank you, all!

    Swirlytresses, it's a 4 prong. There is a link to the fork up in the OP.
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    Since I first saw that style on Etsy, I was wondering what kind of ppl would look nice with that fork. But WOW!!! It hits the right spot on Redcelticcurls beautiful hair!! It's just sooooo FANTASTIC on her hair. I wish I had her hair colour & curls.

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    I have a stick from Grahtoestudio now.

    I was caught by the "curly maple" because I was tickled to think of curly maple in curly hair.

    I really do like the quality and sturdiness of the tools. I enjoy seeing the sheen and iridescence of the wood, along with the grain. The wood is nicely worked with an eye for the aesthetically pleasing.



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    Default Re: Grahtoestudio fork

    Ow damn I should have found this thread before posting mine!! If these two only could be merged and transformed into a: show me your grahtoestudio thread or something alike ,it would be more practical

    anyways, I love your things from her AND your hair!

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