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Old 06-13-2011, 06:57 AM   #1
 
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Default Waxed-in Extensions?

Has anyone used this method? I understand that it's good for 3-6 months and doesn't have the problems that sewn-in or braided-in extensions have.
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Is that the kind they bond? I think someone else did a thread about this not too long ago. I got one piece of my hair done like this with blue (for basketball) and the thing is that you have to get them to professionally remove it, you can't remove it yourself. I took mine out, which basically consisted of me ripping out a piece of my hair.
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Is that the kind they bond? I think someone else did a thread about this not too long ago. I got one piece of my hair done like this with blue (for basketball) and the thing is that you have to get them to professionally remove it, you can't remove it yourself. I took mine out, which basically consisted of me ripping out a piece of my hair.
From what some ladies at work have mentioned, it is a type of bond. You have to get them professionally placed and professionally removed. Supposedly, there is no damage to the hairline or your hair.
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Is that the kind they bond? I think someone else did a thread about this not too long ago. I got one piece of my hair done like this with blue (for basketball) and the thing is that you have to get them to professionally remove it, you can't remove it yourself. I took mine out, which basically consisted of me ripping out a piece of my hair.
From what some ladies at work have mentioned, it is a type of bond. You have to get them professionally placed and professionally removed. Supposedly, there is no damage to the hairline or your hair.
Yea I personally would never get that done because I do not like relying on stylists to do my hair.
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Is that the kind they bond? I think someone else did a thread about this not too long ago. I got one piece of my hair done like this with blue (for basketball) and the thing is that you have to get them to professionally remove it, you can't remove it yourself. I took mine out, which basically consisted of me ripping out a piece of my hair.
From what some ladies at work have mentioned, it is a type of bond. You have to get them professionally placed and professionally removed. Supposedly, there is no damage to the hairline or your hair.
Yea I personally would never get that done because I do not like relying on stylists to do my hair.
Yeah, and anything that has to be "bonded" to anything just doesn't sound appealing.
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