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HAIR STRAIGHTENING


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SAGAR SONAWANE

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GUYS ACTUALLY YESTERDAY I MADE STRAIGHTENING OF MY HAIR BUT I DIDNT LIKED IT SO DO YOU KNOW HOW TO REMOVE THAT OR WILL I HAVE TO WAIT 3 MONTHS FOR THAT???
i SEARCHED ON NET BUT I DIDNT FIND ANY HELP SO GUYS IF YOU KNOW ANY METHOD THEN DO REPLY I WILL BE THANKFULL TO YOU
BYEEEEEE
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dsenette

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well...you're in luck..my wife has been in the hair business for 15 years.

Depending on HOW you got your hair straightened, you may have options.

if you got it chemically straightened, your only option would be to use the old fashioned method of curling your hair (either with rollers or a curling iron). if you go for any chemical solutions (like a perm or whatnot) then you run the risk of your hair "burning" off (i.e falling out in clumps)

if you got it mechanically straightened (there's a process that uses special irons and what not that gives long term results) then you could get that process reversed with a perm, or relaxers, etc...
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Troy

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Or you could wear a hat?
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A nice pair of scissors should do the trick... :)
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CAPS is annoying.
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