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Old 04-12-2011, 10:26 PM   #1
 
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Default 4B/C in Z formation

For those of you who said you haven't seen the z patterned hair 4B/C in Z formation-uploadfromtaptalk1302668239315.jpg
This is my daughter's hair with no products-just air dried in a ponytail then stretched out to show the zig zags.

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looks like a stretched s to me
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looks like a stretched s to me
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aren't Ss and Zs the same?

...i'm getting re-confused
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aren't Ss and Zs the same?

...i'm getting re-confused
When they say Zs, I think it just means a tighter wave pattern when stretched. S's would be a tad looser.
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