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my dread friend taught me a neat little trick to get rid of fuzzies fast! put a towel over your hand with your fingers spread like a claw and run that bad boy through em.
works wonders :)

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i didnt either i think i can guess i just cant see how it works..can u make a vid?
I can picture it, thanks. I have a lot of bad fuzzies due to crocheting. Please make a video if possible, I'd really appreciate it :)
it's really as easy as it sounds... not each dread but it's like running your fingers through your hair, but with a towel over your hand.
with hair wet or dry?
i do it with my hair dry and it works great! i'll try it when they're wet and see if it works as well. and i have a video to post

☮soaringeagleॐ said:
with hair wet or dry?
i do this with my wool hat, it does work really well, but a few hours later the fuzzies are back again
Aloe works great too
nothing is easier then simply ignoring it

if i pay no attention to it it dont exist
Even with the video I don't undertstand how this works. Wouldn't a towl create fuzzies with all the friction?

earthbaby♀.☮♥&☻ said:
i do it with my hair dry and it works great! i'll try it when they're wet and see if it works as well. and i have a video to post ☮soaringeagleॐ said:
with hair wet or dry?
no, there's no friction, all it is is running the towel through once. just a slow combing motion that lays the frizzies down. try it sometime!!
Well thanks for sharing that cool trick :)

earthbaby♀.☮♥&☻ said:
no, there's no friction, all it is is running the towel through once. just a slow combing motion that lays the frizzies down. try it sometime!!
Well thanks for sharing that cool trick :)

earthbaby♀.☮♥&☻ said:
no, there's no friction, all it is is running the towel through once. just a slow combing motion that lays the frizzies down. try it sometime!!

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