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Old 10-21-2008, 11:23 AM
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Default Re: Top Ten Reasons You Should Buy Curlformers!

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wow, i am convinced. i will be buying these next check.
Me too ! I have been sleeping on CF's but I did a thorougher search on LHCF this week and I am SOOOOOOLD. I am picking up 6 packs this weekend. Hope they will be enough.
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:27 AM
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How short are the shorter ones? My hair falls a little past my shoulders, but I don't want to end up getting the kit and some of them are too short - any suggestions?
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:35 AM
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How short are the shorter ones? My hair falls a little past my shoulders, but I don't want to end up getting the kit and some of them are too short - any suggestions?
Hmm by looking at your siggy I think the short ones may be too short for your hair. Not too sure though but I was at sally's the other day and they looked as if they would better suited for people with chin or just above shoulder length.
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:38 AM
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Hmm by looking at your siggy I think the short ones may be too short for your hair. Not too sure though but I was at sally's the other day and they looked as if they would better suited for people with chin or just above shoulder length.
Ok, thanks Noir! I will go and just get the individual packs. I cannot wait to try them!
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:42 AM
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Default Re: Top Ten Reasons You Should Buy Curlformers!

I am so interested in these things. I will get the longest and narrowest ones so atleast I can grow into them LOL. I rather they be too long than to be too short if you know what I mean.
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I am so interested in these things. I will get the longest and narrowest ones so atleast I can grow into them LOL. I rather they be too long than to be too short if you know what I mean.
That is a very wise decision. I bought somebody else's stash of Curlformers, which included the salon kit and a couple packs of the long ones. I need to buy more long ones, at which time I guess I'll sell off the shorter ones.
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Old 10-21-2008, 05:20 PM
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Default Re: Top Ten Reasons You Should Buy Curlformers!

My natural 4a/3c hair looooves them! I did this during the winter last year...it kept my ends stretched out, and thus happy! It got my hair pretty straight, and people always thought I had a press and curl. I'll probably start using them again now that it is getting cool. I say go for it!!!!
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My hair is between SL and APL (and in layers so a lot shorter in some parts), and I think it still looks amazing
did you use them when your hair was a not entirely SL with the layers and all? I have been eying those so hard it's not even funny.
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Default Re: Top Ten Reasons You Should Buy Curlformers!

I just tried them on Monday night on slightly damp flat ironed hair. I slept with them on and it was so uncomfortable. It was like sleeping on the hard plastic rollers. But I love them I will be trying them on wet hair this weekend. I will take pictures next time I do it. I bought the salon kit and the 40 long & wide was not enough. I will be buying more on friday. If any one wants the 6 short and wide curlformers that came in the kit, let me know.
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I have no desire. They cost too much and you have to buy too many packs.
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Old 10-23-2008, 06:31 PM
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Default Re: Top Ten Reasons You Should Buy Curlformers!

I LOVE my curlformers! I use the long and wide and long and narrow ones. They really stretch out my natural 4a/4b hair-which is what I am ALWAYS trying to do right after I wash. But instead of braiding and waiting a couple of days to get it stretched out the way I want, or blowdrying and then having to style w/direct heat I can get it stretched and styled in an hour under my dryer. It great.

I hope to find a way to make them last more than one day (maybe pincurling or using a product w/hold?) but regardless I still love them. After I wear my curls for the day and they fall, I can wear a stretched braid out the next day w/minimal tangles. I will be using my curlformers once a week all winter (and spring). when I get time I will take pics.

4a 4b natural ladies-It's a great investment (IMO)
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