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By  Selene1090  |  28

As a professional, they should have known not to use that particular brush like that. I would definitely be complaining to the owner of the salon about it. I get it, hair grows back, but that's still bullshit.

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By  Otherhats  |  30

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By  Selene1090  |  28

As a professional, they should have known not to use that particular brush like that. I would definitely be complaining to the owner of the salon about it. I get it, hair grows back, but that's still bullshit.

By  armattiuzzo  |  27

Are you sure that there is/was no other way to get it out? Im sure there are products like detangling sprays that could've maybe helped a little? Ir maybe you should've just destroyed the hair curlers. Thatd be my preference

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  sturschaedel  |  27

From both ends, with nail scissors, carefully cut the bristles from the brush. The maintenance of growing out a pixie cut (restyling regularly for the increasing length) costs WAY more than a brush, even if it's a good one.

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  Bibliovore  |  27

And curly hair takes much longer to grow out than straight hair, because so much of its length isn't going straight down unless it's dripping wet. I feel for you, OP. 8(

By  Talented73  |  53

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  Talented73  |  53

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By  crudeandrudeguy  |  34

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  Bibliovore  |  36

#25, I think what #15 meant was not that it's less curly as it grows (though most is, somewhat, as the increasing weight of the hair tends to pull the curls a bit straighter -- especially towards the scalp), but that when hair looks shoulder-length when it's curly, if you were to straighten that hair out, it'd extend all the way to the middle of the back.

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  viipeterson98  |  36

depends on the level of curls. and #25, the curls wind up and take more hair up so if you straighten curly hair, they unwind and look longer. it has nothing to do with how long your hair is as to how curly is it

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27, thank you for explaining my fault civilly, on this website I've come to expect being called an idiot or a fool and down voted into oblivion for slight misunderstandings like that, so thank you for being nice. And fuck you all who down voted me rather than explaining my mistake.

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  puppie406  |  36

Can verify, my hair is a few inches longer than collarbone-length and very curly (3b hair type) and when I straighten it or when it's wet its down to where a tramp stamp would go if I had one. Curly hair is hella long in most cases when the curls are absent.

By  graceinsheepwear  |  42

They should have cut the brush bristles off at the base of the brush with a razor blade or manicure scissors and then you shake or pick the cut bristles out of your hair. Someone didn't think this through.

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