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Old 04-01-2007, 04:42 PM   #1
 
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Omg, I tried this yesterday, and all I can say is wow!
I was stuck in a rut because no matter what i tried my canopy layer has no defition and was frizzy. I was desperate so yesterday I did my usual routine-
b2b peach pom. condish rinsed out 95%
Comb/smooth in re:coil
Flip over scrunch in hebe

But, when i flipped back up i skip curl my canopy. Lo and behold, as soon as it dried I had perfectly frizzless spirals. I am soo happy to have tried this, and I recomend it to anyone stuck in a rut!
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Old 04-01-2007, 04:43 PM   #2
 
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I think you should do a tutorial
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Old 04-01-2007, 04:59 PM   #3
 
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whtat does skip curl mean?
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Old 04-01-2007, 05:33 PM   #4
 
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could you explain a little more?
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I too, would love to hear more about how you do this! All I can remember is you hold the end of a lock of hair and skip it, like a rope, to form a ringlet. Details, please!
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It's explained a litle here

http://www.frizzoff.com/about/mytechniques/skipcurl/
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This is where I got the idea, but I modified it a bit.

After applying products, I took a clump about the size of a pencil and wrapped it around my finger to the right. I sort of squeezed some water out of it and let it fall naturally. Then, I spun it like a jumping rope also to the right. Lastly, I repeated it all over my canopy, put in clips, and didnt touch until dry.

if anyone decides to try it, please post your results

eta: I am going to be doing it again tomorrow the same way, and I promise to post pics.
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It sound time consuming. How long does it take yo to do this?
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It sound time consuming. How long does it take yo to do this?
Only about 1 or 2 minutes, because i only skip curl areas that usually lack definition. But, if I wanted to do my entire head for some reason, it probably take more like 10 minutes.
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