@Leslie What do you use to make your puffs? I have always used an elastic stretch headband and it works well for me. Maybe you could use a knee high for more control?
@NappyNelle. I was cracking up with this. I have the exact OPPOSITE problem. I stay swearing I have more hair than I do. What’s that called? Oh yeah, deluded.
Small warning…this post has a quote all kinds of tags and snaps…oh my
There's under 2 weeks in this challenge. Hope to see everyone in the next
@MeowMix I wish I could braid! Yours look so nice and not painful.
@jprayze Get well soon, hun!
@Leslie_C I also use a cut piece of stocking for puffs. Well, not anymore, because puffs started hurting about a year ago, no matter what I did.
This only lasted an hour before I had to take it down.
And this one was done with an old elastic:
I don't remember how long I was able to keep it.
Hey NappyNelle. Thanks for letting us know what is going on. Its 2012 right, we've put a woman on the moon, you can't make and adhesive that works with oils?
You don't know how many times I've ended up in a thread where you have encouraged someone or given some sound advice. You have me rolling with some of your comments in the entertainment forum. Imma miss your energy. See you Sunday.
How I'm wearing my hair indefinitely...sure is easy and protective but I wish I was wearing something a little more sexy!!!
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^^^ Good idea...I may have to look into some more wigs...I only own 1 right now.
Tried to dress it up with a headband...sorry for the dupe pic
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NJoy said:That's cute. I think you could also use some floral picks or combs along the back in the cradle area. Feather or rhinestone accessories would also be cute along the twist. Or use metalic string (for hair) and zig zag it across the length of the twists using pins on alternating sides. Just something to give it interest and make it look intentional. #suggestions.