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Post by hflsales on Thu 20 Mar 2008, 2:33 pm

I just wanted to let everyone know how nice this Indian hair is!! I am LOVING it & getting tons of compliments.
I have washed it several times now & when I get out of the shower, I can comb the wet hair out with no tangles using a wide tooth comb.
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Post by Saralee on Thu 20 Mar 2008, 5:44 pm

Me too, I also love it, plus it's alot less work, being that it is so so straight!!
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Post by hflsales on Thu 20 Mar 2008, 6:34 pm

I noticed how straight this hair is too!
I wonder if it is processed to get this straight texture.
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Post by Hair Wefting Tape.com on Thu 03 Apr 2008, 12:12 am

GOD I am sorry I never saw this post Sad
BUT Yes it is processed to be this straight and so its all about
keeping it Moisturized or conditioned and you can enjoy it for a long time,
for the price you just can't beat it - not for 20 inch hair

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Post by Saralee on Thu 03 Apr 2008, 10:56 am

OH I was wondering about this, because it is straight, straight, it's funny because I put a row of 18 inch hair of that indianhairexport hair mixed wiith my install so it would layer it a little bit, and when it's wet you can see your hair drys straight as can be, then I have a layer of wavy hair, it's too funny and silly looking, but it does the job!! I didn't want to have to try to cut layers!!
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Post by Hair Wefting Tape.com on Thu 03 Apr 2008, 3:44 pm

YEAH YOUR HAIR IS BEAUTIFUL FOR SURE YOU DO A GREAT JOB SARALEE.
AND
I THINK ALL HAIR IS JUST GOING TO BE DIFFERENT NO MATTER WHAT
EVEN BOHYME IS DIFFERENT IN EVERY PACK -ITS never the very same ?
UNLESS YOUR STANDING RIGHT THERE WHEN THEY CHOP IT OFF THE GIRLS HEAD
YOU WILL ALWAYS GET A MIX OF WHAT EVER , BUT AS LONG AS I HAVE A FLAT IRON I AM A HAPPY GIRL

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Post by Blainewitch on Wed 07 May 2008, 2:03 pm

I am having a problem with tangles. I think it is me, not the hair. Nobody else had problems with tangling, so it has to be me.:Scrachhead:

Yesterday I wore it with no extra products, only shampoo and conditioner .... It tangled. Today I added some Redkin Glass (one of the silicone serums) ... it is tangly. This is driving me insane.:affraid:

I ordered a curling iron, maybe if I wear it curled it won't bug me as much? But, that won't arrive until the 12th. :lipsbaby: I don't want to cut it just yet, because I may want it long for the curls.

Was there something that anyone noticed helped drastically with the tangles? I may end up cutting another 4" off????

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Post by Hair Wefting Tape.com on Wed 07 May 2008, 2:23 pm

Wow hmmmmm what a bummer ,, I always Flat Ironed my hair.. everyday..
and I used
Joico Silk Results Hair Smoothing Conditioner 10.1oz
Joico Silk Results Hair Smoothing Shampoo 10.1 oz
A feather-light conditioner that detangles and polishes fine/normal hair.
Guards against humidity and eliminates frizz and fly aways for touchable softness without weight.

Can you get this where you live ? this stuff rocks..
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Post by Blainewitch on Wed 07 May 2008, 3:30 pm

I will look for it online. I don't get out much, but I love my computer. I am gonna try some different stuff tonight. I honestly think that I am not caring for the hair appropriately, different hair requires different care.
I appreciate the suggestion on poo and con. I have held off on buying anything special because there were so many suggestions and I just couldn't decide. I want to buy the one that works the best, but everyone has different opinions, so I am just gonna have to start trying some different stuff.
I did buy the mane and tail deep conditioner and tangle spray .... but I did not use it today.
I think I am gonna cut a couple inches off tonight, but not quite 4" just yet .... maybe 2".
I will keep you posted.

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Post by Blainewitch on Wed 07 May 2008, 9:57 pm

Oh Man, I think I just did all the WRONG things.... before I read this.

First, I did the "bleach & ammonia" bath.
Then I cut it, with a razor. Yikes! :Gigakach: I cut about 2" off, but I added more layers. I also thinned it out with thinning shears quite a bit.

It does honestly feel lots better ... but we will see for how long. I do have good hair shears, I trim the bottom off with those, but my layering is not so great with scissors. I use my razor for the layers, but I did put a new blade in first and I only trimmed going down the hair shaft, then lifted the blade as I moved back up.

I think I am tangling because I installed too much hair. I will install less when I work with my other 2 packages. Indian hair is fluffier than Bohyme and this always confuses me when I go from hair type to hair type. I think I need to install less when I work with Indian hair.

Also, I don't think the Vapon works well with my chemistry. It's not sticking. Next time it's back to supertape and LG.

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Post by Hair Wefting Tape.com on Wed 07 May 2008, 10:48 pm

NOPE I was wrong Razoring should be fine and cutting for some reason doesnt
work as well..???
I am lost on what works and what doesn't these day lololol..
I have never used vapon ? but I just like the old Pro flex tape and LG glue
I AM old style lolol.. and thiner is always better I think on all installs but thats just me and what I like...
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