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3/21/07 9:35 A

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Oh how I miss my curls! Two years ago I had naturally curly hair and it was thick and lush and so easy! wet ,scrunch, go! Then hormones took over and stress and my hair thined and lost all the thickness and with it went my curl...thats why I have short hair, cause at least then I can have a style.

When my hair was curly I used to twist the sections after I had towl dried and used a smoothing cream or a curl enhancer ( depended on weather) and then let them dry and then fluff with fingers...perfect ringlets!

I only really understand myself, what I'm really thinking and feelings, when I've talked it over with my circle of female friends. When days go by without that connection, I feel like a radio playing in an empty room.

- Anna Quindlen


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3/21/07 8:36 A

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I rely on my hot rollers, myself, and it takes two boxes of them because I have so much long hair. But it looks great and hubby loves the romantic curls! Also, curls help disguise damaged ends. :)

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If something didnít turn out just right, I moved around it and adapted. I didnít let one step back stop me from moving forward."


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3/20/07 10:10 P

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Straight is great but sometimes we all want soft, romantic curls. Blow dry hair until nearly dry then wrap sections of hair around a large round brush. Let the curls cool off, then fluff with your fingers and you're done! Natural, wavy curls without looking like you were attacked by a curling iron!

 
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