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Old 09-29-2007, 12:06 PM   #21
 
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I liked the idea of keeping your hair parted when you wash it. I had been parting it after I put the product in ... but that meant putting a comb through my hair.
What do you do with the bangs as your hair dries? I have tried twisting it with my fingers away from my face .... I have only been successful with this ONCE
Recently I've been trying to put them where I want them and then bobby pin them ... again only slightly successful.
Any pointers would be GREATLY appreciated !!!
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Old 09-29-2007, 12:27 PM   #22
 
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I have two cowlicks, one on each side of a natural center to off-center part. I posted about this recently. I've switched from bangs being straight down, since the cowlicks part them in the center to off-center, to a side swept bang going from right to left. Though it gets parted too. I hate cowlicks!

My hair naturally doesn't start curling until it's around the top of the ears. From there up it's waves to straight. Though if left to air dry, my bangs end up with curls, so it must be the length of the rest of my hair pulling out the curl. But you won't find me with short hair again. It just doesn't look right on me.

Anyhow, I wear my bangs straight & they look just fine with the rest of my hair.
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