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Chocolate Brides: Hair Question

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I'm waiting on my pro-pics to come in. I used Demure Tresses. I'll review when all my pics come in. Lisa203 should have a review coming up on what she did for her hair....

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I have no idea what Im going to do with my hair! My hair is thin and super fine...and get this the dear hubby to be has advised me that he would prefer, that I have no braids or weave! WHAT THE HELL?  Okay, got that off my chest! LOL

 

Also, he is VERY particular about who cuts his hair! Can anyone recommend a barber in MoBay?

Thanks,

Yolanda

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I've been asking everyone about a barber...I'd like to know (very important) in Mobay.

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I have no idea what Im going to do with my hair! My hair is thin and super fine...and get this the dear hubby to be has advised me that he would prefer, that I have no braids or weave! WHAT THE HELL?  Okay, got that off my chest! LOL

 

Also, he is VERY particular about who cuts his hair! Can anyone recommend a barber in MoBay?

Thanks,

Yolanda



 

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Diva,I invited my hairdresser. We are going to sew the hair in before we leave and she just going to style it in the DR. I hope she makes it b.c Im so funny acting about my hair. My hairdresser is ordering my hair from somewhere so if I get it wet it will weave up and then I can just blow it out if I want .

Wish you luck

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I'm adding some hair. This is my 1st time wearing weave so I'm excited. I really want stress free hair the 2 weeks we will be away. So I opted for Brazilian hair which is a little thicker than Virgin Indian and curls more when wet. I'm natural and my shoulder length hair is Curly when wet so this should blend nicely. My hair is shoulder length so I am going a little longer (nothing crazy down my back, lol). Wish me luck! 31 days!!!!!!!!!!

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I am thinking about Tree brading / invisible braids so I can still have a natural look during the time we are there.  Did anyone have any stylist in the Raleigh area that can suggest or should I wait until I get there?

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I plan on getting LA indian hair sewed in before I leave Philly and my stylist will be traveling to my wedding in DR to style my hair and do my makeup. All she asked is that I pay for her room and she would style my bridesmaids and my hair for my special day.

 

I can't beat that deal! 180 days to go...

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I know this forum is about hair. But I wanted to get some advice from my fellow chocolate brides on DJ/Music advice. 

 

Can any of you let me know which DJ service /company you used.  I've heard good things about Doremixx. Not a lot about Mannia and then I'm starting to hear more about Disco Movil.  Any help would be great. 

 

 

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