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    Does your hair tend to go thinner in colder wethers and harsh winds?
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    Usually my hair just gets more wavy (verging on curly) the more I'm outside. And people think Asians all have pin-straight hair pfft haha
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    (Original post by markreed)
    Usually my hair just gets more wavy (verging on curly) the more I'm outside. And people think Asians all have pin-straight hair pfft haha
    Does your hair go all over the place?
    Not all asians do, some like me have relatively straight hair when its < 1inch, then it curls after that.
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    Gets all frizzy and ****.

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    I did warn you.
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    (Original post by HmmIsIt)
    Does your hair go all over the place?
    Not all asians do, some like me have relatively straight hair when its < 1inch, then it curls after that.
    Oh yeah, I basically have pretty limited visibility if the weather's bad. Hair has a bit of a thing for my eyes apparently.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Gets all frizzy and ****.

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    I did warn you.
    you... you tw4t
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    Mine goes more frizzy and wavy in wet or humid weather.

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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Mine goes more frizzy and wavy in wet or humid weather.

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    Same

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    wavy/curly, frizzy and puffy af.
 
 
 
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