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    Quote Originally Posted by Stray_mind View Post
    Afterall it seems i have found my most favorite shampoo and conditioner. My waves turned out pretty nice

    Wow; you are really growing into your texture.
    That's very pretty.
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    Oh wow, your hair has gotten long, Stray_mind! I love how it looks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stray_mind View Post
    Afterall it seems i have found my most favorite shampoo and conditioner. My waves turned out pretty nice

    Wow, that's to die for. How do you style after washing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammich View Post
    Thatís really cool makes me tempted to try it now. Iíve always wondered my percentage of getting wavier hair, it would probably make me sad though haha.
    It was definitely super fun, and I did find out some useful health related information, so I would totally recommend it. I have to say though, the more I looked through all of the hair genes, the more I realized how complicated it all was. Like there are soo many genes, just for the hair alone. I found umpteen different ones that determine color, texture, thickness, etc. But it was interesting to learn that there isn't a gene for wavy hair, and that it's caused by incomplete dominance of curly genetics mixed with straight (like if curly is CC and straight is ss, then wavy is Cs).

    Why would it make you sad? Do you want more or less wavy hair?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtOfNoot View Post
    So soft looking! Your texture is just *chef's kiss*
    Thank you
    Quote Originally Posted by Eastbound&Down View Post
    This could be a painting, beautiful!
    Oh wow, thank you
    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    Wow; you are really growing into your texture.
    That's very pretty.
    Thank you. I am happy to have good hair days.
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    Oh wow, your hair has gotten long, Stray_mind! I love how it looks
    Thank you
    Quote Originally Posted by stardust lady View Post
    Wow, that's to die for. How do you style after washing?
    Thank you. I just shampoo, condition heavily (i put A lot in my hair and keep it on for good 5 mins as i wash my body), then put my hair
    in a towel turbie for a few minutes to soak up the excess water and either spray with a strenghtening spray while it's still wet or put a few drops of oil i got from L'occitane, then let air dry as it pleases while gaming or watching a movie or reading...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stray_mind View Post
    Thank you. I just shampoo, condition heavily (i put A lot in my hair and keep it on for good 5 mins as i wash my body), then put my hair
    in a towel turbie for a few minutes to soak up the excess water and either spray with a strenghtening spray while it's still wet or put a few drops of oil i got from L'occitane, then let air dry as it pleases while gaming or watching a movie or reading...
    If you don't mind me asking another question, how do you wrap it up? I have problems with getting my texture to look right. 99 times out of 100, when I wrap it in a towel and let it air dry, it looks awful. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I just lean over and throw it up like this: https://www.hairfinder.com/hair4/hairtowel.jpg (isn't it weird that we all know how to do that?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by stardust lady View Post
    If you don't mind me asking another question, how do you wrap it up? I have problems with getting my texture to look right. 99 times out of 100, when I wrap it in a towel and let it air dry, it looks awful. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I just lean over and throw it up like this: https://www.hairfinder.com/hair4/hairtowel.jpg (isn't it weird that we all know how to do that?)
    I do the same thing tbh, but i don't keep it wrapped long,only a couple of minutes until the excess water is soaked up.
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    Default Re: The Wavy and Wurly thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by stardust lady View Post
    If you don't mind me asking another question, how do you wrap it up? I have problems with getting my texture to look right. 99 times out of 100, when I wrap it in a towel and let it air dry, it looks awful. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I just lean over and throw it up like this: https://www.hairfinder.com/hair4/hairtowel.jpg (isn't it weird that we all know how to do that?)
    I have turban style towels that I wear until my hair is barely damp, then do to bed with it still wet. I don't use any additional products and my wurls always look great the next day. If I wash in the morning, I do not get nearly the same results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastbound&Down View Post
    I have turban style towels that I wear until my hair is barely damp, then do to bed with it still wet. I don't use any additional products and my wurls always look great the next day. If I wash in the morning, I do not get nearly the same results.
    The only time this year my hair looked good is when I went to bed with it still really damp. You may be onto something haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stardust lady View Post
    The only time this year my hair looked good is when I went to bed with it still really damp. You may be onto something haha.
    If I want them to really pop, gotta sleep with it wet, otherwise I look like a frizzy mess till day 3 hair lol

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