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Tennyt, that is simply gorgeous. I'm going to wear a birdcage veil as well. Being that I wear my hair short, I'm going to let my hair grow just a little longer to ensure the birdcage veil stays on my head. But I must say that this look is very chic & elegant! If I wanted hair on my head, I would definitely go with that style.
 

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I think I'm going to go with this hair because it will work well with my flower and birdcage veil.  And my Friend is giving me hair clips! What do you guys think?  And how do the hair clips work..she said I can put them in my self

 

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I did do the clip ins and they worked perfectly for what i needed.  I wanted it to be natural looking and the resort did a good job making my messy bun!  The hair clips worked also for my TTD too. For my TTD I just did the ponytail which looked good with the wavy indian hair. My sister-in-law suggested to place the clips more on the side of the bun and have them clipped in so the hair flowed into the direction of the bun if that makes sense.  So instead of going horizontal we took the tracks vertically concentrating on the right side being fuller.  So my project worked and hope that helps!  Thanks for the ideas and tips ladies!

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Beautiful shot! The touch of yellow looks great. :)

Originally Posted by Less is more View Post

I did do the clip ins and they worked perfectly for what i needed.  I wanted it to be natural looking and the resort did a good job making my messy bun!  The hair clips worked also for my TTD too. For my TTD I just did the ponytail which looked good with the wavy indian hair. My sister-in-law suggested to place the clips more on the side of the bun and have them clipped in so the hair flowed into the direction of the bun if that makes sense.  So instead of going horizontal we took the tracks vertically concentrating on the right side being fuller.  So my project worked and hope that helps!  Thanks for the ideas and tips ladies!

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Hey Ladies!

 

Ahhh so happy I found this forum...this topic has been driving me crazy for awhile.  I'm getting married in less than 3 months and will be getting a FULL sew in (no hair left out).  I'll be getting a test run this weekend so I can see how it turns out because I have never had a FULL sew-in ever...I've done partial. Anywhoo I'm thinking of these styles that will work with a full sew-in.  What do you guys think?  Side Note:  Sorry for the DVR pauses in the pictures.  I keep my eye out on TV shows for possible hair styles :)

 

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June 18th, 2011

Montego Bay, Jamaica 

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