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Old 01-18-2010, 03:45 PM   #21
 
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Can anyone suggest another natural looking curly style??
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Old 01-18-2010, 06:53 PM   #22
 
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I'm looking for kinky curly styles if there are any suggestions. I did find the zury sporty cap moca but had to cut off about 4 inches to get the look that I wanted. This picture doesn't do it justice. The front looks nothing like that when worn as a half wig and blended properly.
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Old 01-19-2010, 12:32 AM   #23
 
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There are a few afro wigs on here and some others that are more curly than kinky though

http://supremehairus.com/product.php
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OP, that looks so cute!!

Rhonnie, that's a cute wig, too.
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Old 07-26-2011, 05:32 PM   #25
 
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On average hair grows approximately 0.5 inch per month resulting in about 6 inches of hair growth per year. Unfortunately many women do not see this amount of hair growth due to unhealthy hair care practices. However, there is a great way to retain the hair you grow and that is by wearing styles that protect your hair. Protective hair styles keep your strands from being exposed to elements in the air and from your clothing. If your hair is constantly exposed without some form of protection, it will eventually become dry and fragile. This will ultimately result in breakage and stunted growth. The ultimate goal is to maintain the 6 inches of growth that you may achieve throughout the year.
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Old 07-26-2011, 05:59 PM   #26
 
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LOL....bot?
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Old 07-27-2011, 11:58 PM   #27
 
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So, I've been looking for a protective style in which I am able to still condition my hair. I was originally getting tree braids. Even though I was getting one inch of growth, my ends always seemed to be damaged and in need of a trim when taking them out. I believe it was the synthetic hair drying the ends out.

So, here is my new protective hair style..Half Wigs! I plan to get a few more so I can switch up. I gel (specifically one without cones) the front back and the rest of my hair is in small braids/plaits. I couldn't get the pictures to insert bigger, so you may have to click on them to enlarge.

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Thank you for posting these pics! I am in the process and have looked at half wigs online and I just wasn't sure on how to make it look real without being processed. By the way, do you mind posting the tutorial again? I tried to go to the site, but it says the member is not found. Thanks!
Your welcome! I'm going to get a new one this weekend. I'll post pics in my fotki.

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Also check out youtube, I like the two following ones for half wig tutorials.

http://www.youtube.com/user/muffinismylovers

http://www.youtube.com/user/Ateyaaa?feature=chclk#p/a
Love muffinismylovers' vids! I have two wigs that I haven't begun using yet. I plan to for winter

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Old 07-28-2011, 12:01 AM   #28
 
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On average hair grows approximately 0.5 inch per month resulting in about 6 inches of hair growth per year. Unfortunately many women do not see this amount of hair growth due to unhealthy hair care practices. However, there is a great way to retain the hair you grow and that is by wearing styles that protect your hair. Protective hair styles keep your strands from being exposed to elements in the air and from your clothing. If your hair is constantly exposed without some form of protection, it will eventually become dry and fragile. This will ultimately result in breakage and stunted growth. The ultimate goal is to maintain the 6 inches of growth that you may achieve throughout the year.
Is this Elevate Styles? Because I need to get one of your wigs. Taren916 wears them and they look great!

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