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    Someone PLEASE help me!! I've had these crazy hairs for as long as I can remember. Rhey literally poke out at a 90° angle. It ruins my day every single day, they're so ugly and stupid! I've tried shaving them off once, straighteners make them worse and products make NO difference. They don't even grow past this length, but I can't deal with having them plunge into the air every day, it's crushing any self esteem I can scrape up! Anyone have a solution??

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    You could shave them off or gel them.
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    (Original post by fxrrestfires)
    Someone PLEASE help me!! I've had these crazy hairs for as long as I can remember. Rhey literally poke out at a 90° angle. It ruins my day every single day, they're so ugly and stupid! I've tried shaving them off once, straighteners make them worse and products make NO difference. They don't even grow past this length, but I can't deal with having them plunge into the air every day, it's crushing any self esteem I can scrape up! Anyone have a solution??

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    Wet them, lay them how you want and use a head scarf for a couple hours or until they dry.
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    Use hair oils or you could try straightening them in a curved angle.
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    wear a cap for an hour so they lie flat
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    OMG!I got the same problem.I bought this frizz control hair cream.It works for baby hairs as well.24 hrs as well
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    I used to have a few hairs like dat but now I grow it longer so it all flops down :yep:
 
 
 
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