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Reply #30 - Aug 9th, 2005 at 2:28pm
 
FOUND IT! It was right under my nose, lol. Seems easy enough, next wash I'm gonna try. I only was twice a week so I still got a few more days to go.
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Reply #31 - Jan 17th, 2006 at 4:10pm
 
WOW I have just read this fascinating article and viewed the sock rolling method and can't wait to have a go. I only wash my hair every two weeks though and it isn't due for a wash for another week. The only problem I anticipate is that my hair is so thick it will take ages and ages to dry. My hair is slightly wavy anyway but if I leave it to dry naturally it just looks all big and bushy but rag-curling (or sock curling) might make it look a little more tamed. Wish me good luck!
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Reply #32 - Jan 17th, 2006 at 6:43pm
 
Your hair does not have to be wet to sock curl!  In fact, it is best if your hair is only slightly damp.  If you have really thick hair, you may want to just spray the hair with water. 

At night, I will roll my hair up on a sock or two with it dry and still have lovely waves in the morning.  Grin
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Reply #33 - Jan 17th, 2006 at 7:29pm
 
Oh, thank you bikerbraid, I will try that.
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Reply #34 - Feb 14th, 2006 at 9:03am
 
Well, I did try the sock curling and it was a disaster. I know I probably didn't do it right but I am afraid I am going back to the staighteners - for now at least. I did leave my hair to dry a bit first but with my hair being so thick I wore the sock curls overnight and they were still damp in the morning. I even tried drying them in and my husband took a picture of me with the hairdryer and a plastic bag over my head, not a pretty siight.
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