#1: I finally got a ponytail, but it looks like a paintbrush
it's so short, sooooooo, I bought a ponytail. Anyone else tried these? Second day hair is a fantasy right now, and some days I just don't have time (or can't face) the whole process.
I saw these hair extensions and bought three. A bun, a real curly pony, and a long pony with a little curl at the end. Swear on a stack of bibles, they look real. My husband didn't even notice it wasn't my hair! I'm having so much fun with these!
I've seen them at Sally's, but I bought mine elsewhere. You just put up your hair, and put these over your pony. As I said, mine is so short it looks like a little paintbrush. Really gives me flexibility, and I'm out the door in five minutes.
im still waiting on this.
I have a long way to go. but i'll be so happy when i achieve that pony tail
BCed Jan 27,07
I think my hair type is 3c? 3b? eh 4a? hmm idk
My hair survives on; Suave naturals
Herbal essences set me up gel
Amla powder Other lovies;
[Vitamins, olive oil, honey, silk peptide powder,vitamin e oil]
Sorry I took so long to get these posted, but I've been busier than a one armed paper hanger.
The curly extension and long extension I got at a flea market called Shipshewana. It's a really cool place and can be found on the web. It's huge. The bun extension I got at a "hair" place that specializes in wigs and weave-in extensions. The curly extension was $12, the long pony $22, and the bun $6. So I have $40 into my new "looks." Less than a haircut.
Sorry about the size of the images! And it is hard to take pictures of the back of your head at close range!
All three "dead squirrels" as my husband calls them. The curly, the long pony and the bun.
I like those. They look more realistic than the ones I've seen at Sally's and other stores. I thought about getting one when I was at your stage of growing out, but the ones I've seen look too syntheticy to me, and my hair color is kind of hard to match. Your's look great in, though.