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#141 Danyelle

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    Posted 19 April 2009 - 12:18 PM

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    Originally Posted by BillysBride

    I'm just bringin' all my hair stuff in a plastic bag in my carry on
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    Savanah be careful w/ that idea. You may want to put it in your checked luggage. You can only take tiny amounts of liquids/gells/pastes etc on in your carry on.
    Check the airline ur using for specific amounts but it's really not a lot and there are rules about how it must be taken on...i htink in individual plastic baggies or something....

    #142 hbsbride

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      Posted 19 April 2009 - 12:19 PM

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      Originally Posted by BillysBride
      Tiff- I'd say to let your cousin pick up your hair if you're wearing any type of extensions. She'll know what to get for whatever style you choose. If you tell me what you're going for, I can tell ya what you'll need too.

      As far as product, I'd just say your normal styling products + some good heavy oil, a good deep conditioner, curling irons (I use two different sized barrels) and a leave in moisturizer as well as maybe some setting lotion and rods depending on what style you're going for.

      Something else I really, really like is a product called Porosity Control. You can get it in any Sally's Beauty Supply, and it's a conditioner that goes on really slick..seals the hair shaft nicely and can help prevent reversion.

      I'm just bringin' all my hair stuff in a plastic bag in my carry on.
      Thank you for the advice! Below are the styles I'm thinking about. My main concern is making sure my edges don't "revert". I'll look into that product you suggested. P.S. My FI is a Army recruiter in Cicero, IL.

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      #143 Danyelle

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        Posted 19 April 2009 - 12:29 PM

        Tiff, I can't see your pics
        Sabino Moisture Block, Chi Silk Infusion (allegedly) and good old virgin organic coconut oil are supposed to be good for keeping edges from "reverting"

        #144 hbsbride

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          Posted 19 April 2009 - 01:00 PM

          [QUOTE=Danyelle;767891]Tiff, I can't see your pics
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          Can you see them now?

          #145 latricej919

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            Posted 19 April 2009 - 01:01 PM

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            Originally Posted by Danyelle
            I really like these two. very pretty.
            My inspiration is all over the place too.
            Who knows what we'll end up with on the big day...
            Those are gorgeous. I am concerned though about getting my hair done at the salon onsite (ROR). My wedding is at 11am and I would have to get up super early to get my hair done. Does anyone know if they could do roller sets and pin ups...? Then to top it off, I am doing TTD photos on Saturday.
            :-P
            Soon To Be: Mrs. Ham

            #146 GregsBride

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              Posted 19 April 2009 - 01:33 PM

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              Originally Posted by latricej919
              Those are gorgeous. I am concerned though about getting my hair done at the salon onsite (ROR). My wedding is at 11am and I would have to get up super early to get my hair done. Does anyone know if they could do roller sets and pin ups...? Then to top it off, I am doing TTD photos on Saturday.
              :-P
              I think you may be ok at the ROR. If you look at this review, they seemed to do a pretty good job on her hair.

              http://bestdestinati...om/forum/t40684

              Since you have such an early time for your wedding I would suggest that you do your roller set the night before and have them pin curl it for you to sleep on it. That way the next morning your hair would already be curled and all they would have to do is style your pin up for you.
              ~Christina

              #147 BirminghamBride2010

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                Posted 19 April 2009 - 02:25 PM

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                More pics as requested by Drill Sgt. Monique...haha!



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                finger waves..hmm...
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                Anyone wearing a tiara?
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                Raven's silly ass..this would be good with a veil that goes UNDERNEATH..
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                Savannah
                I really like the first one...that's me all day. Simple, with a flower and it will be perfect. I will be on the beach anyway. I dont wanna be tooo formal. When your make-up is done right, you really dont have to do a lot with your hair. Cause everyone's focus will be on your face anyway.

                #148 lodixon

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                  Posted 19 April 2009 - 02:42 PM

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                  Originally Posted by divadivine25
                  Quick question:
                  How do you plan to style your hair for your wedding? Will you have it done before you travel? (braids, sew in, weave) Or do you plan to make an appt with the stylist on staff at the resort? Just wondering!
                  I am having a hard time with this also. I know I want a weave sewn in but I don't now how I want it styled.

                  #149 lodixon

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                    Posted 19 April 2009 - 02:46 PM

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                    Originally Posted by GregsBride
                    I think you may be ok at the ROR. If you look at this review, they seemed to do a pretty good job on her hair.

                    http://bestdestinati...om/forum/t40684

                    Since you have such an early time for your wedding I would suggest that you do your roller set the night before and have them pin curl it for you to sleep on it. That way the next morning your hair would already be curled and all they would have to do is style your pin up for you.
                    I live your pictures and your hair

                    #150 lodixon

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                      Posted 19 April 2009 - 02:48 PM

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                      Originally Posted by Danyelle
                      love love love love love love it!!!!
                      that's beautiful.
                      This is beautiful!!!




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