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    Default The Wavy and Wurly thread!

    By special request, from over in the Wurly and Curly thread, here is a new thread for those of us living between the 1 and the 3... the 2's!

    All those with sinuous snakey waves, lumps and bumps and the occasional spiral, come out of the woodwork and tell us about your hair.

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    Hello Roseate!

    I´m a wave-head, too .
    After the Hair wash I have got a structure of 2a or 2b,
    some of the hair is almost sleek and some almost curly.
    In the days after the Washing they get sleeker (1c).
    Before I changed my hair routines my hair was very sleek (1b)
    but now I´m happy with my waves.
    But I feel like my waves are growing out,
    because my natural dark blonde grows out very sleek
    and my died light blonde is a lot wavier.
    I hope that the roots become wavier .

    How do you feel about your hair and how is it, Roseate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madonna-Fan View Post
    How do you feel about your hair and how is it, Roseate?
    I like my waves more all the time. For years I thought my hair was mostly straight but uncooperative, it's only over the past year that I have learned how to deal with my wurls. If I want sleeker waves I bun-dry it; takes all day but gives a very smooth result.

    Since it's summer I've been wearing it down and wurly more lately, and I have a flaxseed gel that I like for keeping things neat. I'm pretty happy with it. Now if only it would grow!

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    I too am a waveyhead. It varies between 1c/2a, and 2b/2c depending on the weather and what I do to it. Most often, it is something like a 2a/2c - loose waves with spirals... no 2b about it.

    I'm still working on learning to love my waves, and not fight against them.
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    Wurly, here. Lookin' forward to following this thread.

    Sometimes the hair annoys me because it cannot decide how to behave. Other times, I'm happy that I can have straightish hair one day and curly hair the next.

    It's fine texture makes it hard to find gels and mousses to hold curl without weighing it down.

    Ho hum!

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    Argh now I have thread-identity crisis - where do I belong more, here or there?
    Last edited by Heidi_234; August 18th, 2009 at 01:24 PM.

    Soft hair that is nice to sit on - now I'm bragging!

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    I'm in the same boat as Heidi_234.
    Last edited by Ryanne; August 18th, 2009 at 01:28 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi_234 View Post
    Argh now I have thread-identity crisis - where do I belong more, here or there?
    I know, right? I'm going to keep looking in on the real curlies, too. If for no other reason than to ogle their lovely corkscrews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roseate View Post
    I know, right? I'm going to keep looking in on the real curlies, too. If for no other reason than to ogle their lovely corkscrews.
    I can have cork screws if I try (documented!), does that mean I'm out?

    Soft hair that is nice to sit on - now I'm bragging!

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    Roseate, I'm glad you started up this thread! I lurk in the curly and wurly thread, but a lot of the advice given there does not work for me. I've got 2b/c hair (at least I think I do) with a very straight underlayer (1b/c I would guess).

    I was going to start a new thread with this question, but since there is a wavy thread I'll post it here.

    I'm wondering how many of you brush and comb your hair. The conventional wisdom for curlies and wavies is to not touch the curl after it dries, but if I do that I have waves, but they look all matted and gross, so I find I have to comb or brush sections and re-twirl the waves the next day. Does anyone else find this happens?
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