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    Help! I need a banging graduation style for my nearly shoulder length, fine, 4b hair. I don't care what style you post, I'm desperate . It just has to fit under my cap, so no twistouts, etc.
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    Why wouldn't a twistout fit under a cap? I'm graduating next month, and I'm probably going to do a roller set, but a twistout was my option #2. I have fine, 4a/4b hair as well.

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    Yay class of '11! Congrats ladies. I'm pretty sure my fine 4a/4b hair wouldn't fit under a graduation cap in a twistout...When my turn comes I'm going to try some sort of roller set. Those seem to reduce my bulk.
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    You could always do a roll and tuck or bun and tuck.
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    i'm going to attempt a roller set. i phailed epically the last time i tried but this time i'm going to have to make it work. there is no other way i can wear my hair. iunno if my head i big or what but my hair has to be as flat as possible or the cap pops off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Bunny
    Why wouldn't a twistout fit under a cap?
    Some folks' twistouts are very fluffy and too big to go under a cap.

    What about twists? That's what I wear under hats.
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    Small (near micro) twists and style similar to the following. Add hair to the rear for length if necessary. Although you stated no twist out, I think fine hair can fit, as in the first image, unless the cap is tight. If so, you're limited in styles and the top must be flat. #2 - Can lay flat, but once the cap is removed, poof it up. #3 - Sweep your twists to a side bun. Use a large rod/roller for a few front twists to get the wave in the front.




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    Class of '11 =). I get my portraits done on Wednesday and whatever style works for that will also be my style for graduation. The only problem is that I don't have a style yet. I brought a roller set, so I'll be experimenting with that today. My other options is flat twist to the side a twist out bun at the bottom. I'm still looking for a product that will give me hold and moisture too...The life of a procrastinator smdh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzziwuz View Post
    Small (near micro) twists and style similar to the following. Add hair to the rear for length if necessary. Although you stated no twist out, I think fine hair can fit, as in the first image, unless the cap is tight. If so, you're limited in styles and the top must be flat. #2 - Can lay flat, but once the cap is removed, poof it up. #3 - Sweep your twists to a side bun. Use a large rod/roller for a few front twists to get the wave in the front.



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    I'll probably roller set for smoothness and then make the above bun.
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