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Muza101

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How long does it usually take people to do a full head with lots of foils X
 

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with lots of foils / thick hair approx 55 - 65 mins :oops: lol
 

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1.5 hours
 

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Even after years it still takes me an hour and a half
 

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45-60 mins
 

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This is always something I worry about! However, I have worked with girls in the past that are genuinely speedy and precise with there foiling. On the flip side I've worked with people that throw them in using the one two miss a few 99 and 100 approach! [emoji38]

I'm lucky I work for myself so I don't stress over it too much anymore!
 

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1.5 hours if it's thick hair and they're back to back
 

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My apprentice has been given 25 seconds per foil as a guideline from college.
 

Muza101

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Thanks guys does anyone enjoy doing a full head of foils or does it just stress everyone out lol x
 

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Thanks guys does anyone enjoy doing a full head of foils or does it just stress everyone out lol x
Its really boring too... I haven't done foils in a bit a year everyone has balayage now
 

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I used to hate them just because I wasn't very confident at doing them but now I quite enjoy them especially if I'm doing slices and not just weaves
 

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They're just really boring and not very creative [emoji30] although they are useful for certain things x
 

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