My hair is magic

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  1. Taqroy

    Taqroy Active Member

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    This is what my hair normally looks like. (I know I've posted this picture tons but I literally have no other pictures of me on Flickr with my hair down. Weird.)
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    IMG_3834 by taqroy, on Flickr

    This is what my hair looks like wet after I condition it more and shampoo it less and scrunch it up with gel.
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    20121002_193403 by taqroy, on Flickr

    And this is what it looks like today after I sprayed it with water and scrunched it again.
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    IMAG0774.jpg by taqroy, on Flickr

    MAGIC I SAY (this thread doesn't really have a point, I just wanted to show off my new curly hair)
     
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    :rofl1: :rofl1: Great title..........I drew me in like a magnet! hahahaha

    And yes, your magic hair looks FANTASTIC! LOL
     
  3. Taqroy

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    LOL. I couldn't think of a better one. Plus it really is like magic - I've never ever had natural curls!! :p
     
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    It looks so cute. I love a little bit of that casual look...so non contrived.

    I work at that with my short hair. I have a little bit of natural curl, but it takes some mousse and scrunching to get it going.

    Anyhow, your hair is magic! LOL. Looks good.
     
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    Looks really good!
     
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    You can also try instead of just scrunching sectioning your hair and twisting them....let them sit like that for awhile (with gel in them) and then shake out. I have naturally wavy hair and get pretty much full on curl when I do that:)

    Sleeping with little mini buns in is fun too....except my hair doesnt dry overnight so it takes longer

    Its fun having hair that will easily go straight or curly - can make it fit the mood (sometimes lol if its cooperating)
     
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    Thanks!! I only do casual looks because I'm really lazy (and also I get up 15 minutes before I have to leave for work). :p

    Thank you!

    Oooh I might have to try the twisty thing this weekend! I'm so excited that I have options now - before if I wanted curly hair I had to either fry it with the curling iron or spend a ridiculous amount of time with these fancy curlers that let your hair dry naturally. Yay for not having to destroy my hair anymore. Lol.
     
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    Embrace the curly ;) My hair is naturally curly.. I finally stopped fighting with it a few years ago.

    Takes me like.. 10min. to diffuse in the AM. I shower, put product in, then put it up in an old long sleeved t-shirt while I do everything else so it dries quite a bit, then diffuse. Super easy.
     
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    Awesome! :)

    Mine's been doing the same thing. The longer it gets, the more it waves. Sleeping on it damp doesn't hurt either ;)
     

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