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cessyboston - read me - need help for flat hair!

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you will love it you spary it right in your root......do not use to much with fine hair product feels gross if there is to much...... they have extensions that you clip in jessica simpson even came out with her own line called hairdo.....if you ask your stylist she could help you... the clip on ones you could get at a beauty supply but again ask your hairstylist ther not as expensive as real extentions they work great with hair 1/2 up 1/2 down because you can cover it with your hair on top....the jessica hair is beautiful to... there is a web site hairdo.com you can only get it at a salon......few ideas... let me know......

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this is a long time overdue, but thanks for the suggestions!! Guts is awesome. I love it! Then blow drying my hair upside down and bam, I have volume!

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I have what may seem like a silly question about clip extensions. i have SUPER fine hair and not a whole lot of it. if i use clip extensions and have a wedding on the beach, isn't it possible a strong wind could blow my hair around and reveal the clips underneath? or am I just not getting how the clips work? blush2.gif

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i just did a bride and put these in her hair looked awesome....no it will be fine because they can use bobby pins to keep them tight i would suggest 1/2 up 1/2 down so that the sides hold in in well.....they give you the best curl and fullness...good luck i would do a trial first with someone you trust from home just to see if you like it and also if the color blends,,,,,,

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ok, one more silly question, erica...

 

i have a small head...i wear kids side baseball hats (don't laugh!). would it be better to go with strand clips as opposed to the ones that are more over a skull cap? do they hold as well and look as natural?

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