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life span of system (newbie)
11-29-2008, 11:46 AM,
life span of system (newbie)
I came across a post where they mentioned that the system may look fine for a week,
but then it looks "wiggy". Is this true?
I'm thinking that they probably did not put the time into making it look great.
Also, I would like to be able to sleep in it, exercise etc. But most importantly, It must look natural!
It would be devastating to get spotted with a piece. ( i speak for most guyz).
So, based on your experience. What's the approximate lifespan on a swiss lace system with medium/medium light density?
Finally, how much of your time does it take in the morning to make everything look proper(assuming you slept in it).
Thanks for all the help fellows!
Ignorant newb
11-29-2008, 12:07 PM,
Re: life span of system (newbie)
No, that's backwards.

The system might look "wiggy" for the first week until it settles in (that's what styling product is for). Then if your specs are on it looks great for anywhere from 2-4 months, sometimes longer.
11-29-2008, 04:26 PM,
Re: life span of system (newbie)
What should i spray on it the first week to take the "wiggyness" away.
Is there a leave in conditioner or styling product that will settle it down?
11-29-2008, 06:47 PM,
Re: life span of system (newbie)
Leave in conditioner probably won't do anything.

If you notice the hair seems "poofy" you can use some hair wax, pomade, or even a gel to shape and control the hair. You could probably even get a small bottle of Jojoba or Macadamia Nut Oil and spread a few drops through the hair to tame it for a week or two. Basically anything that adds a bit of weight will get it under control until it settles down.

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