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    Posted: July 23 2004 at 6:33pm
u think its more effective if i use mediumbrush then soft brush to finish off?
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i think the brush i use is medium because my hair is still kinda short and i dun want my brush rippin my scalp to shreds so in other words base what kinda brush u use on hair length
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should i use hard or soft brush for step 6 ?
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Originally posted by 4governa 4governa wrote:

alright heres what i do and tell me what u think:


1)hot wrap for 20 second or so
2)add pink lotion
3) Brush for 5-10 minutes with hard brush
4) Same as step one
5) Add sportin waves (Gold Can)
6) Brush for 20-30 min with soft brush
7) Put on du rag
8) Put a hot towel on the du rag
9) Done


Sounds very right to me and just the right amount hot toweling.
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Originally posted by 4governa 4governa wrote:

alright heres what i do and tell me what u think:


1)hot wrap for 20 second or so
2)add pink lotion
3) Brush for 5-10 minutes with hard brush
4) Same as step one
5) Add sportin waves (Gold Can)
6) Brush for 20-30 min with soft brush
7) Put on du rag
8) Put a hot towel on the du rag
9) Done


Yeah that'll work. A lot of hot towels Lol, but its good.


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alright heres what i do and tell me what u think:


1)hot wrap for 20 second or so
2)add pink lotion
3) Brush for 5-10 minutes with hard brush
4) Same as step one
5) Add sportin waves (Gold Can)
6) Brush for 20-30 min with soft brush
7) Put on du rag
8) Put a hot towel on the du rag
9) Done
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yes, hard brushes are the best.
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the soft brush is good when you already have your waves the way you want them. Once the waves are trained, you can use a feather on them and they'll lay down..lol. I use the soft brush to touch up the waves when the du rag comes off (get rid of the lines in my hair from the du rag).
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A soft brush is not "strong" ebuf to line the hairs up and put em in place to form waves.


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yeah go with the hard...i remember when i 1st started sum 1 told me 2 get a soft brush so i did and i aint have not 1 wave...then i switched to the hard and they was comin in...
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The hard brushes make my waves improve more i think
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na hard brushes dont mess up your hair they actually train your hair faster and is better for gettin waves. You can use the soft brush when you already have your hair trained and have waves.
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if we are putting a hot towel on to make our hair soft and products like pink lotion to dsoften hair anfd moisterize it, isnt it logical to use a soft brush since it would work better with softened hair? Just dont understand why people use hard brushes, butchering their waves
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