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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/29/14 10:54:30AM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
04/06/14 02:19:00PM @darkstar:

One thing I've also found that really works for me is to use a towel and just squeeze excess water out. Don't rub anything. Just wrap the towel around your hair and give it a few tight squeezes. That'll stop the majority of the dripping. Then a few blasts from the blow dryer to help out. All in all, it shouldn't take more than 2 minutes


darkstar
04/04/14 01:46:22PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But don't bother towel drying. It can, and usually does, undo progress. While it does cause some knots to form, it undoes a bunch of others. Air drying is always best. Or a few quick blasts from a blow dryer set on cool, will get you started


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/03/14 10:08:14PM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
04/06/14 02:19:00PM @darkstar:

One thing I've also found that really works for me is to use a towel and just squeeze excess water out. Don't rub anything. Just wrap the towel around your hair and give it a few tight squeezes. That'll stop the majority of the dripping. Then a few blasts from the blow dryer to help out. All in all, it shouldn't take more than 2 minutes


darkstar
04/04/14 01:46:22PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But don't bother towel drying. It can, and usually does, undo progress. While it does cause some knots to form, it undoes a bunch of others. Air drying is always best. Or a few quick blasts from a blow dryer set on cool, will get you started


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/03/14 10:08:14PM @soaring-eagle:


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