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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    She has so much hair @Shoopuf!
    It’s really long but really fine. I struggle to do anything with it because it is just so wispy. It’s cute though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    It’s really long but really fine. I struggle to do anything with it because it is just so wispy. It’s cute though
    i had fine hair as a kid and everyone kept telling my mum to cut it short to encourage it to thicken up. no idea if there’s any substance to this, i’m suspect of it being an old wives tale. but could be worth a crack while she’s still small?

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    I use the soft fabric ones from Coles, kmart etc. The little elastic bands rip her hair out, find these ones are good. 20191108_154009.jpg

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    i use these for myself and for ds by default. as his hair is thick and quite heavy plus dead straight, i find one elastic doesn’t really hold it in place so i knot 2 together and use that. it works much better.

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    I had some small ones I got at woolies for my oldest, they’re only about 2cm across, black and thin like the ones turquisecoast posted. She had thick hair so we used them from the start, my next two dd have thin hair so I ended up using the little plastic ones in early days which haven’t been too bad for catching but I had a few of the others left so I would use those for full pony tails and now she is almost 2 would use but they have all suddenly disappeared. I need to go buy more but keep forgetting as I normally shop Coles and they don’t have these ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    i had fine hair as a kid and everyone kept telling my mum to cut it short to encourage it to thicken up. no idea if there’s any substance to this, i’m suspect of it being an old wives tale. but could be worth a crack while she’s still small?
    I’ve heard that too, but my hairdresser said it’s an old wives tale. My hair is the same as DDs - loads of it but really fine. I assume it’s just genetic.

    Also, there’s no way I could bring myself to cut her golden curls off

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
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    i use these for myself and for ds by default. as his hair is thick and quite heavy plus dead straight, i find one elastic doesn’t really hold it in place so i knot 2 together and use that. it works much better.
    We use ones like this too. I got some little ones for ds and bigger ones for me. We have thick hair though but I find they don't tend to tangle.


 

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