Yarn hair falls

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Yarn hair falls

Postby forgotten » Tue Feb 08, 2005 4:40 am

After looking for a place to buy yarn falls and being highly disappointed in the quality and rather put off by the prices, I decided to take things into my own hands. A few prototypes and complete flops later I found a fantabulous formula that works for me, but now I have a problem...I'm bored with what I can do. I don't like working with synthetic hair, mostly because I like the huge, obviously fake diva hair....so I generally stick to yarn, ribbon, rexlace and at one point I had this really nifty rubber stuff that came with some Halloween glowsticks. Unfortunately I can't find the rubber anymore.
I have not seen anyone around here that wears the type of falls that I wear but I am kinda hoping its just because I don't really get out to Sanctus much. My question is.....does anyone around here make hair falls like this that has a little more experience than I do that can throw some new ideas my way or can anyone help me think of some different, lightweight materials to work with? Also if anyone has any clue how to succesfully mount the craft foam into falls I would greatly appreciate some advice on the matter...
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Postby karlaBOO » Tue Feb 08, 2005 10:18 am

You may want to repost this in the fashion forum. There are quite a few in this comminity into fake hair, yarn, plastic, wool, etc., myself included. You might get more replys that way. :)
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Re: Yarn hair falls

Postby Stagger Lee » Tue Oct 04, 2005 12:24 pm

I know this is probably a bit overdue, but I had some falls custom made by a woman in Britain (very easy to work with, btw...) who has an eBay shop.

http://souldanse.com/ink/?p=5

You might want to give her a shot if you haven't found an alternative seller already. -s-
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