Hair Stuck In a Necklace

I got my hair wrapped around a gold necklace. It's really tight and I can't seem to get it loose at all! My hair is a little longer than shoulder length and the necklace is one of those thinner type that looks twisted.

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Kimmmer from Gettysgurg, PA

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By pam munro 522 790 Flag

November 21, 2006

Is is still on? The only way may be to carefully cut it off - it can only be a few strands - so hopefully if you are carefull, it won't show!

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

January 8, 2008

The only way that i have managed to get hair out of a necklace is to get a lighter and burn it out, but don't go too close, it worked for me.

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By kim 1 Flag

February 17, 2009

I have used nair hair removal with great success did not effect the gold also shined it nicely saturated neck;lace waited for 5 minutes and used wet rag to rub hair out then washed and rinsed well and let dry. Be sure to remove all nair from necklace

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