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Originally posted by carrie carrie wrote:

Femme, I feel ya.


Thanks, Miss Carrie.Smile
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Originally posted by femmemuscleisback femmemuscleisback wrote:

Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

^^^ My aunt put the tape on her wig, but after awhile I could see it rubbing away your hairline. Hvae you tried the Got2b hair gel and spray?


that's what someone else recommended. i'm going to research it.  can't be any worse than the black gel.  Or the Wig it gripper..(which the manufacturer does not post the ingredients)...

After reading the thread about chemicals in the lace front glue/gel/tape, i started wondering.. is it worth it..Confused






just looked on amazon.  They have  whole line to choose from!! i think someone was referring to the "Invincible Styling gel" when they said "black gel"..

i think i'll just try a small dab at each wig flap/ probably on the wig cap itself.  I'm sure it will hold on the rim of the wig cap.  My skin is too oily for tape, and i certainly don't want to put it on the hairline..

if all else fails.. i'll just have to get "strategic" with small bobby pins without wearing out the sides.








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Originally posted by Princess Grace Princess Grace wrote:

I wish this section was still busy, now the weave section got yall leftover deranged poster. Lort give me the strenf.


well I feel for the weave section but that makes me want to come back..she use to be on me like white on rice and vice versa in the past
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i don't know.. this a plus ozone wig i think is meant to just be worn down.. i really don't think it can be pinned back without using glue.. Though it's a glueless wig..

Unfortunately, when i wear it down, i feel like Troy Polamalu.

When you have muscles, it doesn't work..

when you have broad shoulders, small waist - basically very athletic?  i feel like a WWF wrestler or Troy..

Pinning it back?  the lace shows no matter how close i clip to the hairline.  it pops up..


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I thought you pretty much had to glue/stick the hairline down if you wanted to have the hair tied back?
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I purchased a 16 inch lace front. I want to add length will 2oz of 18 & 2oz of 20" be enough ?


The hair is deep curly if that matters
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Originally posted by femmemuscleisback femmemuscleisback wrote:

i don't know.. this a plus ozone wig i think is meant to just be worn down.. i really don't think it can be pinned back without using glue.. Though it's a glueless wig..

Unfortunately, when i wear it down, i feel like Troy Polamalu.

When you have muscles, it doesn't work..

when you have broad shoulders, small waist - basically very athletic?  i feel like a WWF wrestler or Troy..

Pinning it back?  the lace shows no matter how close i clip to the hairline.  it pops up..




yeah... I find that with the soft lace be it OZONE or anything else...if u gonna tie it back the lace flips up.  It's too soft.  U gotta tack it down. I've only been able to pull it back with a synthetic if the lace is that hard one.  But we all know what those hairlines tend to look like. *sucks teeth*
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femme - is it just the edges that are giving you an issue with the lace?
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What is everyone doing with their hair this spring/summer? I did things ass backwards and wore light hair in the winter. So I might do dark for part of the summer

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I'm always dark. I *may* go wavy. Been rocking this yaki for a bit.
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