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Printed Date: December 06 2019 at 6:37am


Topic: Question
Posted By: 8705
Subject: Question
Date Posted: July 27 2004 at 10:40pm
Within a month, I have been makin' some progress. But I would like to know, when I get my hair cut, do I have to start from scratch? (No waves whatsoever and have to start over.) Or has my hair (within' the month) been trained to create/maintain a wave formation with just the simple consistent brushing?

http://hometown.aol.com/donkeylips8705/images/picture%200011.jpg - June 29, 2004

http://hometown.aol.com/donkeylips8705/images/picture%20001.jpg - July 27, 2004

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Posted By: BxRiverYoung02
Date Posted: July 27 2004 at 10:45pm
If your hair is trained you should'nt have to start from scratch.Your waves will still be there when your hair is cut.

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Posted By: adelajawaves
Date Posted: July 27 2004 at 10:47pm
Woah! That is a big improvement!

Good job.

Give your hair another week then cut.

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1. Hard Brush
2. Any desired pomade
3. Any wave or durag
4. The courage to brush your hair alot.
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Posted By: seaTown
Date Posted: July 28 2004 at 5:07pm
Only thing.. make sure the barber cuts on the grain. Otherwise he will butcher yo waves and yo hard work...

I remember when u posted that! You came a long way!

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Posted By: JiggaMan
Date Posted: July 29 2004 at 7:49am
yo 8705 you brushed your hair a lot???

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