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Fitness Minutes: (6,671) Posts: 3,491 3/11/13 8:29 P
I did. I had real hair ones but right now I'm working out too much. Mine took a beating.
If nothing ever changed,there'd be no butterflies
current weight: 177.0
Fitness Minutes: (491) Posts: 44 9/25/11 1:51 A
I see you wrote this awhile ago.
I have hair extensions. Professional ones. But they are adhesive which I think you can buy. I don't know brands but real hair is the best.
You can wear them in the pool but shampoo your hair right away afterwards and you cannot put conditioner on the adhesive or they'll loosen. I've successfully had extensions in for 3 months now.
"To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first." William Shakespeare
current weight: 149.2
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 13 4/29/11 4:33 P
Has anyone here tried hair extentions? Not the professional kinda as i dont have that much extra money floating around. Ive seen some videos on youtube and they didnt look too hard to put in. Im going to vegas later this summer and wanted to try them out. My hair is pretty thin, do they blend in well? would the stay in at a pool party if my hair got wet? any brand recommendations?
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