The New & Improved Say It I Dare You

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Thanks AdT. My aunt isn't a mooch though she doesn't always show initiative. For instance she wanted help with uploading her resume on job sites and won't drive without me in the car. She is afraid of a lot of things that grown ups her age just do. I think I'm going to start job searching for her to speed up her search. Hopefully she'll get contacted by temp agencies soon.

My cousin though I love her annoys me. She complained about us not having food. I asked her to begin a list one time. She didn't and she and my aunt failed to tell me we didn't have paper. Yesterday I explained to her to let me know on the weekends since I don't have time to shop during the week. I told her mom that she could use my card and get groceries, which she didn't. In the meanwhile eat a grilled cheese sandwich. My cousin said that wasn't enough. Basically she wanted fast food which they bought when I fell asleep. Rant over. Thanks ladies.

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OH MY GOD, I mean oh my God. Who the hell is lasership, and why aren't people using ups anymore? 3 packages of mine, in 3 weeks, POOF gone. Disappeared, website saying delivered with no sign of a package or delivery man. I'm a stay at home mom, for god's sake! All a delivery man has to do is knock, and I promise I'm home. I have never had a issue With online shopping till this month, also never heard of lasership either.

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What did the seller tell you? I have never heard of leadership and I order online a lot. There are UPS, USPS, and FedEx. Those are all I know. I hope you get your stuff.

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I have been receiving packages delivered by Lasership. They seem to be used a lot more in the DMV area. Perhaps in the northern US as a whole? Naturaldoll, who was the shipper is you don't mind me asking? Drugstore.com, Amazon, and Walgreens uses them.

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Totally not feeling this new lack of color scheme. Looks like a big white sterile blob. Reminds me of a hospital.
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I have been receiving packages delivered by Lasership. They seem to be used a lot more in the DMV area. Perhaps in the northern US as a whole? Naturaldoll, who was the shipper is you don't mind me asking? Drugstore.com, Amazon, and Walgreens uses them.
Originally Posted by juanab
Drugstore, Amazon and vitacost. Amazon and drugstore both issued refunds, vitacost sent a replacement. Also by lasership. Again, no door knock, just left the package in front of my door. I had just called lasership the day before to request that they get signature confirmation. Guess the delivery guy didn't get the note. How hard is it to knock on the door. I'm almost always home, i''ll answer.


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You should complain (with mgmt if necessary) to all three companies.

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Anyone else paying attention to the cwk project? I got super excited today when I found out the website is up and you can preorder the straight plates. I really think they'll be helpful in the winter for protective styling, last year my hair kept meshing,but with the plates I should be able to better stretch my hair out before a style.

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Dumb question - what does cwk plates mean?

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There's a girl that created these plates, called straight plates, that stretch out your hair. They're made out of hair roller material, just flat instead of rolled. So basically if you air dry in the plates, it's heat free straightening or stretching . She calls the company cwk girls for curly wavy kinky girls. Website went live today for preorders, but no shipping till October.

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I think I remember some people on here making fun of that "straightening" device some years back. If it the same thing I saw there is no way that thing would make my tightly curly hair straight. Maybe for someone who is wavy or relaxed.
Doll,
Save your money until you get see some real kinky hair girls reviews.
I looked on YT and it is the same thing I remember. She says at the end that 4s should expect a blown out look versus the straight look wavy and curly can get. And it says results can vary depending on texture. With the exception of my nape which is loser, my curls are not going to give up their 4a pattern and straighten unless I go though with a fine tooth comb. I learned that from rollersetting. They didn't that in the 4 demo. I actually think a 4b might have an easier time getting straight hair than I would. Also if your hair is dense I could see an issue. The reason I don't do roller sets or cf as much is I need a million of them in my hair to keep the sections small enough to dry in at least 2 hours under dryer.

But I will be watching the reviews closely. Some people blow their hair out before twisting. I don't although I like the look because my hair dislikes direct heat.
I looked on YT and it is the same thing I remember. She says at the end that 4s should expect a blown out look versus the straight look wavy and curly can get. And it says results can vary depending on texture. With the exception of my nape which is loser, my curls are not going to give up their 4a pattern and straighten unless I go though with a fine tooth comb. I learned that from rollersetting. They didn't that in the 4 demo. I actually think a 4b might have an easier time getting straight hair than I would. Also if your hair is dense I could see an issue. The reason I don't do roller sets or cf as much is I need a million of them in my hair to keep the sections small enough to dry in at least 2 hours under dryer.

But I will be watching the reviews closely. Some people blow their hair out before twisting. I don't although I like the look because my hair dislikes direct heat.
Originally Posted by adthomas
There was a kickstarter to get they idea off the ground, a couple months ago. I'm gonna wait till the donors get their plates, and see what they think before I order any. But I'm still excited, I feel like if this works it''ll be a game changer.

On other note, I'm trying to figure out why I didn't know chescaleigh had a hair channel. I'm binge watching her tutorials, that girl has gorgeous hair.


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I looked on YT and it is the same thing I remember. She says at the end that 4s should expect a blown out look versus the straight look wavy and curly can get. And it says results can vary depending on texture. With the exception of my nape which is loser, my curls are not going to give up their 4a pattern and straighten unless I go though with a fine tooth comb. I learned that from rollersetting. They didn't that in the 4 demo. I actually think a 4b might have an easier time getting straight hair than I would. Also if your hair is dense I could see an issue. The reason I don't do roller sets or cf as much is I need a million of them in my hair to keep the sections small enough to dry in at least 2 hours under dryer.

But I will be watching the reviews closely. Some people blow their hair out before twisting. I don't although I like the look because my hair dislikes direct heat.
Originally Posted by adthomas
There was a kickstarter to get they idea off the ground, a couple months ago. I'm gonna wait till the donors get their plates, and see what they think before I order any. But I'm still excited, I feel like if this works it''ll be a game changer.

On other note, I'm trying to figure out why I didn't know chescaleigh had a hair channel. I'm binge watching her tutorials, that girl has gorgeous hair.


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Originally Posted by naturaldoll
I remember hearing about these things a couple of years ago here on NC. I think is was in the previous Say it thread that crashed hence how we got the new and improved.
I think the girl probably been talking about it for awhile, she always thanking the women of lhcf for helping her create them. So I figure this is one of those ideas she talked about for years, but just recently took action.

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I'm taking kiddies to the water park. it will be my first time dealing with chlorine in awhile because I'm lazy and swimming feels like exercise to me. Anyway I looked up some threads and will be using a little bit of an EVOo coconut oil mix. Straight co is a no for me. then put my hair in a pony tail. Any thoughts? I plan to use a clarifying conditioner afterwards.
I'm taking kiddies to the water park. it will be my first time dealing with chlorine in awhile because I'm lazy and swimming feels like exercise to me. Anyway I looked up some threads and will be using a little bit of an EVOo coconut oil mix. Straight co is a no for me. then put my hair in a pony tail. Any thoughts? I plan to use a clarifying conditioner afterwards.
Originally Posted by adthomas
Well coconut oil is a penetrating oil. So I think that castor oil might be a better choice, as it will make a layer over your strands and protect it from the chlorine.

My logic may be incorrect though. Thoughts?
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I must look good running as after doing nearly 8 miles two people running the opposite direction tried to run into me.

No way am I giving way to you just after running up a steep hill.....
Well I finally got a mini vacation. I drove 3.5 hours to Austin Friday night and met up with a friend who was there for a conference. It was short but fun and low-key.

Austin is beautiful. I forget that Texas is so big. I live in Dallas, which has a lot to do, but it lacks natural beauty so Austin was a nice change.

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