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Sethis
BRONZE Member since May 2005

Sethis

Pooh-Bah
Location: York University, United Kingdo...

Total posts: 1762
Posted:Hi everyone,

Just wondering what people do about their hair when they're spinning. I'm a guy, with hair down to about mid-back, and I normally keep it in a ponytail. Problem is, I don't want to set it on fire.

So, apart from tucking it all under a hat (which I don't really want to do) does anyone have any ideas how I could avoid losing my hair?

It took 7 years to get this long, I'm quite proud of it...

Thx


After much consideration, I find that the view is worth the asphyxiation.
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Hubert_Cumberdale
SILVER Member since Dec 2004

Hubert_Cumberdale

[psylocibin fingerbobe].
Location: London, United Kingdom

Total posts: 479
Posted:I have the same problem too but if you don't want to wear a hat, damp it (lots) with one of those garden spray bottles and wear an alice band.

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Mand
SILVER Member since Oct 2003

Mand

Keeper of the Spitfire
Location: Calgary Canada

Total posts: 2317
Posted:Sethis, this is one of the many subjects that has been discussed many times. If you do a search you'll find the appropriate threads.
Or (just because I'm feeling nice) click
here
here
here
here
andhere


Lets steal a spaceship and head for the sun, and shoot the stars with a lemonade ray gun.

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Sethis
BRONZE Member since May 2005

Sethis

Pooh-Bah
Location: York University, United Kingdo...

Total posts: 1762
Posted:Thank you so much, not entirely sure why I didn't think of it myself... Must be my off day/week/month/lifetime.

Thanks again!


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Delirium_Star


Delirium_Star

member
Location: Portsmouth

Total posts: 73
Posted:I haven't yet played with fire for the shear fact I'm too scared to loose my hair (took years to grow it), I think I'm just going to tie it up possably in a bun then wear a beanie over the top.

+Delirium_57412+

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Firewuff


Firewuff

member
Location: Melbourne

Total posts: 26
Posted:PUT IT IN A BUN!!! easy, burns less easily than loose short hair! mines been growing for 14 Years no with 2 trims. And it is in good nic too!

"The company of those that seek the truth is
always preferable to those who think they have
found it"

Terry Pratchet
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now comes with skydiving license
Location: In your head. (Tasmania, Austr...

Total posts: 1627
Posted:yeah bun is good but make sure its wetted as well coz burnt hair is NOT good!!!

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