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Nara 
Posted: 29-Jan-2008, 11:29 PM
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Thank goodness, no, that was a one-time experience. besides learning that hairdressing is not my calling, we also learned that the hubs has a very unattractive somewhat lumpy head. wink.gif He's darling with hair, though, and you'd never know.
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Posted: 30-Jan-2008, 04:20 PM
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How funny Nara..and all those little scars that makes um wonder "How did I get that????

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Posted: 30-Jan-2008, 11:26 PM
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QUOTE (Nara @ 29-Jan-2008, 06:18 PM)
my husband inherited clippers, too. He has this gorgeous white-blond curly hair, but decided a few years back that it was too much trouble. Told me to clipper it off for him. I told him I'd never even touched a set of clippers before and was scared to death. He informed me that it is impossible to shave a man's head badly. I proved him wrong. poster_oops.gif

I could have proven him wrong, too.

Way back when (1990) I was a groomsman in a friend's wedding. I decided to get a high and tight clip before the wedding. Well, for some reason, this long patch of hair remained above my left ear and i didn't notice it until I got home.

Deciding to take matters into my own hands, I borrowed some clippers and a hand mirror, reckoning I had a steady hand and the ability to work with the reflection.

Long story short, I stood in front of everyone in the church looking like someone had gone upside my head with a 9-iron.

I also lerned that hair gel will not act as hair glue and stick fallen hair back onto your head. It still seems to me that should have worked. unsure.gif
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Posted: 31-Jan-2008, 01:03 PM
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laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif
seems logical to me, too.
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Posted: 01-Feb-2008, 12:15 AM
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Oh NO!!! That's one you won't forget....

Can I ask you guys does it itch when it grows back? Just another dumb question...

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Posted: 01-Feb-2008, 11:14 AM
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Those of you who have enough hair for 3 should pass me some. Although my hair has gotten thicker since I started taking thyroid pills, I can stil get it all in a 1/2" thick ponytail. It's fine too so barrettes, etc just slide out.

Right now it is neck length with a bad perm and my natural brown and gray. I think at my next appt. which is next week I will go back to a boycut an then dye it red again. My hair goes from very long to short when I get sick of how damaged it is to very short when the mood for a radical change hits me.

Oh and you guys with long hair should still get a trim every 6 weeks or so. I used to do mine myself--its easy for a long blunt or slightly tapered style.

I agree--thank goodness hair grows back.


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Posted: 02-Feb-2008, 01:27 AM
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pflanary, what color red do you use? Any paticular brand?

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I can't remember what I used last time. I usually get a true red color, although I have used both light and dark auburn in the past.
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Posted: 05-Feb-2008, 11:23 AM
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Rindy, I just started using the new nice-n-easy light auburn. My natural brown hair has red highlights anyway and this one blends with my hair better than what I used to use. It covers the gray well also, which I really need. LOL


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Posted: 05-Feb-2008, 11:59 AM
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I completely shave my head in the shower with a Gillette Sensor 3 razor, about every 3 days! I'm tellin ya..razor blades are not cheap!! Although I only change it like every tenth time...


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Posted: 06-Feb-2008, 03:40 PM
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pflanary that sounds just beautiful..

valpal thanks I might have to get brave and try that color.

thecelticgiraffe I bet that does get costly-if it's anything like shaving my legs..lol..I think I finally discovered what is meant when some one says...."Bic it"

The money folks spend on their hair...amazing....it's been really dry where I am at and to keep my hair from flying away I have to use a glaze or gel..$$$$

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Posted: 07-Feb-2008, 09:26 PM
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Dry winter air is why I usually chop my hair in the winter. Everybody thinks I'm crazy for doing so but in the hot weather I can put longer hair up. In the winter, the static electricity drives me nuts, so that's when I have it all cut off. I've using an anti-frizz shampoo and conditioner, but I don't think anything can save this permed, dry, split from ends to half-way up hair. I'm convinced that the only thing to do is go for the boy cut at my appt. Wednesday--think Ricky Cunningham, only feathered--that's the way I had it last time I went for the very, very short look.
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Posted: 08-Feb-2008, 11:08 AM
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sounds darling. i've never been brave enough to cut mine really short. it tend to cycle...grow it out really long, chop it off and donate it, then grow it back out again. i keep saying that one of these times i won't grow it out again, but i'm just too lazy for short hair. wink.gif
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Posted: 08-Feb-2008, 01:52 PM
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Hair cuts! The other day I found a hair about two inches long. The only trouble is it was growing out of the top of my ear. So naturally I cut it off, and it didnít cost me a red cent!


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LOL Johnny!!!!!! laugh.gif

Donating the hair is a wonderful thing. Yours must grow really fast pflanary.

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