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Old 06-13-2013, 09:01 PM
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How pathetic is it that I looked at the photo and was like "Hmm what kind of braid is - GREEN LANTERN."

This is why I fail at being girly.
That's not a fail in my book. That's a mother effin win.

And ladies, I learned it from youtube. It's called a fishtail braid and it's pretty fun!
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:07 PM
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Fishtails are fun and actually really easy...just take more time than a normal braid

The inside out fishtail is really cool too!

http://www.cutegirlshairstyles.com/c...shtail-braids/
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:37 PM
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Omg I totally want to try that the next time I go out or the next time for work! Those fishtails are so cool!
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Old 06-14-2013, 12:15 PM
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Started using this stuff a couple of weeks ago, got it at Sprouts. I'm using the Lavender formula and I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE IIIIIIIIIIITTTTTT!!!
Hrm. I am running out of shampoo. Maybe I need to try this next?
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Old 06-14-2013, 01:19 PM
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Me too!!

Okay so after I showered and tried scrunching my hair and failed, I went swimming and then went to work without brushing it, and the underneath had TONS of spiral/ringlet curls! But the top was still meh. Whyyyy? I didn't use any product though, so I'm hoping that by adding the conditioner and mousse or gel it will help. I also think that the top layer of my hair got too dry before I tried scrunching it. I had it up in a towel for a bit before I tried scrunching it and THEN I brushed it out, THEN scrunched it. Next time I'm gonna brush it in the shower, and scrunch it right after I get out.

I got some pics of it after swimming that I'm gonna post in a bit.
It tends to work better if everything is done when your hair is sopping wet. I turn off the shower, flip upside down, fill a cup with water and dump it on my hair. Then I add product and scrunch.

If I use anything to comb, I only use a wide toothed comb. And again, that's when my hair is dripping wet. Usually though I just run my fingers through it.

It might take some experimenting and also, might be something where your hair just needs to adapt to it. My hair has changed a looot in the last 6 months since I've started taking care of it differently.
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Old 06-14-2013, 02:24 PM
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Doing the headband wrap is the only way I can get my hair to do this AND have it stay more than 30 minutes. can
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Old 06-14-2013, 04:10 PM
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Tips or suggestions on making my own scented coconut oil lotion?

I've been reading on pinterest to melt down the oil and the mix it with other essential oils then pour it into its own container. Any scent suggestions? Anything else I should maybe add to make it work better?

I've rubbed the coconut oil on after my showers occasionally, but it is SO greasy. It's a great moisturizer, but dang. I feel like I sat in a vat of oil.
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Old 06-14-2013, 05:42 PM
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Tips or suggestions on making my own scented coconut oil lotion?

I've been reading on pinterest to melt down the oil and the mix it with other essential oils then pour it into its own container. Any scent suggestions? Anything else I should maybe add to make it work better?

I've rubbed the coconut oil on after my showers occasionally, but it is SO greasy. It's a great moisturizer, but dang. I feel like I sat in a vat of oil.
Your lucky you can do that ... If I tried that I would probably break out all over my body in oil-pimples :P.
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Old 06-14-2013, 08:33 PM
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Your lucky you can do that ... If I tried that I would probably break out all over my body in oil-pimples :P.
I have very dry skin. I put lotion on after every shower or else I itch so bad.

Until I tried OCM I thought I had oily skin on my face. I guess I was removing so much oil with my skin cleansers that my face was over producing. My acne has been better since I've started OCM. It's not perfect, or gone, but it does seem to be better.
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Old 06-16-2013, 01:31 AM
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Does anybody know of good sunblocks? I've tried several "normal" sunblock brands and they all make me break out really bad. It's the same reason I've never worn them, but because of the melasma I really don't have a choice unless I want weird dark patches forever.

Not sure if there's a such thing as natural sunblock. Bleah.
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