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Old 12-15-2006, 11:15 AM   #1
 
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Default overnight plopping disaster

I have a very early haircut appointment on Tuesday, and usually if I sleep on my curls/waves )2B/3A, I wake up with almost straight hair. The new stylist needs to see my hair wavy, as most previous stylists have cut my hair as if it were straight. I need to leave the house at 6:30 am in order to make the appointment, so I decided to plop overnight as an experiment, and see if I could just get up Tuesday AM, take off the plopping shirt, and hit the road.

What a disaster!! It seems as if the product was sucked right out of my hair and into the t-shirt, I have very little clumping and the front is almost straight.

Can anyone who successfully plops overnight tell me what I did wrong? Maybe my hair is too short? (It just hits the top of my shoulder.)When I had super long hair, I would put it up at night and wake up with lovely waves.
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Old 12-15-2006, 01:33 PM   #2
 
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I never have good hair after overnight plopping. It looks great that morning when I take the shirt off but by mid day FRIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ CITY!
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