does anyone squeeze the water out of hair...

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I have long hair, too, and if I did not squeeze out the water in my hair I would flood the bathroom. After I rinse out my conditioner (at the end of my shower), I squeeze my hair out really well. Then I apply product, flip over and scrunch. I don't dry it with a towel, though I occasionally use a t-shirt after products if it's really wet.
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I also gently squeeze out the water, apply CK, then wrap gently and loosely in an aquis towel. Dry off my body, then take off towel and apply gel if needed.
Originally Posted by CurliLocks
that's exactly what I do Curlilocks!!
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I squeeze out the excess water with my hands, put in gel and then plop. Soon after I get dressed, I take my hands and press all over the plop to get the t-shirt to absorb moisture.
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I squeeze out excess water in the shower, then put my hair up in a flour sack towel for a few minutes (long enough to wash my face). Then I apply products. My hair's still really wet, but not dripping.
I only squeeze the water out when the only product I plan on using is mousse. Leave-ins and curl creams do better when my hair is dripping wet(I put a towel around my neck and back so the run off is absorbed and I don't become an indoor fountin), and when I scrunch those in the water gets scrunched out so that its ready for my mousse, witch does beter when my hair's not sopping wet.

^It sounds so complicated when I say it but its really a simple thing

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My HG will: volumize, moisturize, define curls, create major shine, contatin protine, eleminate any and all frizz, give me root curl, have slight hold with no crunch, make my hair grow faster, and be in mousse form. Is that so much to ask? Oh, and it would be nice if the container did tricks for me...

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