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Posted by TheDitz
5/3/2002  4:12:00 PM
That invigorating feeling.... Are you sure that just isn't the fumes?

Just remember to have lots of shampoo on hand afterwards.
re: Dancers' Shiny Hair
Posted by info
5/6/2002  8:28:00 AM
I used to have my hair ratted first before being hairprayed to death, and had the hardest time getting the stiffness out of my hair (and lost lots of hair as I was scrubbing & shampooing it several times in one shower). The my hairdresser gave me the tip to use conditioner FIRST, then shampoo. It takes the stickiness and stiffness out and does seem to help the shampoo wash all the hairpsray out. I condition again afterwards too, since I have very dry hair.
re: Dancers' Shiny Hair
Posted by Laura
5/9/2002  9:40:00 PM
There's a product called "Firmata" by Aveda that gives you that Turtle Wax effect...when used in conjunction with a blow-drier, it will dry to a hard-shell finish

re: Dancers' Shiny Hair
Posted by info
5/3/2002  1:57:00 PM
Yep. Slick hair back, spray to cover to the point of soaking, blow dry. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Use next can of hair spray.

You get the idea. After a while you'll get to like the feeling of the wet hair spray drying and hardening under the warm air. It's kind of invigorating.
Re: re: Dancers' Shiny Hair
Posted by jeangrey
9/18/2013  11:02:00 PM
Hair sprays are great products for shiny hair. But you can also use the all natural and safe black hair extensions to make your hair lengthy and add volume to it.
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