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    Posted: October 07 2005 at 5:11pm
to get that perfect connection you need to use a soft brush, hard brushes are not gonna do it. and like jasoul said "especially when ur hair is short"  thats when the soft brush is most effective.
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I say use the soft brush for connection, especially when ur hair is short.
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do you guys use the soft side to connect your pattern or should i just stick to the hard brush.
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