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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    Your mom's a talented braider!
    It looks so pretty on you Sammich, I hope you learn to do such braids yourself soon. Keep trying, and you will succeed, I'm sure
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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    She did a great job, Sammich! Your layers are definitely incognito there.

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    It's done really well and I can't believe how neat it is! You're right in saying she took small sections It must have taken her a long while with both sides

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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    Very pretty! Your mum does nice work. Braiding wet/damp helps, or braiding with oiled hair. When I was braiding my hair a lot (before I found LHC and learned to make buns) I didn't have much luck braiding on wash day, but the 2nd and subsequent days it would braid up quite nicely. It does take a lot of practice to make nice, tight French braids, but well worth the time to learn how.

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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    She did a great job! so symmetrical!

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    It is so beautiful! Your mom did a great job



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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    She did a beautiful job! I could never tolerate my braids that tight.

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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    Wow, those are very lovely French braids! I find with my growing-out layers and bangs it is difficult to keep my braids looking even. Your mom did a fantastic job!

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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    Oh wow, the braid waves look beautiful with the blond part!
    Your hair is getting quite long
    As one we lay entwined...
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    Default Re: My mum kept my super layers in somehow...

    Nice braids & some really great braid waves too!
    WCC method (washing) --- Rinse-out oil (MO) --- LOC/LCO method (styling)

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