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    Default Hair styling tips

    I have (very) thick semi long hair and all I seem to do is either tie it up or straighten it.
    I can't leave it out / down after it dries naturally (way too boofy)
    I need some tips to lightly wave / flick (not really curl) it.
    I have a GHD but the one with the thick pads.
    I'm not a good stylist either!

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    Have you tried drying it in braids?

    (Wash, put some product in it and tie it up into two braids. Let it dry in the braids and then unravel - instant waves)

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    Default Hair styling tips

    Otherwise, lightly curl with the GHD and then finger brush the curls out.

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    Wash hair, put in sock bun. Sleep. Get up. Unravel hair. Finger comb. Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Wash hair, put in sock bun. Sleep. Get up. Unravel hair. Finger comb. Done.
    Thanks. I looked at a tutorial and it suggests to spray hair with water (not wet hair completely) to avoid wet look. WDYT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebecca79 View Post
    Thanks. I looked at a tutorial and it suggests to spray hair with water (not wet hair completely) to avoid wet look. WDYT?
    Sounds like a perfect plan!

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    I tried the sock bun and it was ok I just had a huge bump where the elastic tie was!


 

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