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Hair thru bib tights

Old 09-29-21, 06:49 PM
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Get out the butane lighter and burn that brush down some...
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cheap or well aged is my guess. I have had it happen with some stuff I've used. If you apply some moisturizer to the hairy areas poking thru, it tends to help contain them from being so aggressive & enables the hairs to lay flat.
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Originally Posted by Ghazmh
Now I won’t be able to get that image out of my head today.
Could of been waaaaaaay worse
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Happens to me sometimes. If you can reach in and smoothen it down (with the grain), that might help. I doubt anyone will notice, let alone say something, but if they do just say it's a new kind of fur lining for warmth.
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