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Posted 6/27/2014 12:59:44 PM


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I have a show tomorrow and I'll be riding English and western but it's my first time showing English. What kind of earrings can you wear for English? I have a western class before and I'll have big blingy earrings in so should I take them out?

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Posted 6/27/2014 1:06:59 PM


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probably just change them to studs. i'm guessing you're not wearing a hairnet? i could never imagine putting my hair up with earrings even though i havent had them since 4th grade haha. i do have my helix and have to twist it funny for my hair and hairnet to not get stuck.

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Posted 6/27/2014 6:58:36 PM


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A lot of girls wear diamonds or pearls (probably not real lulz) with their hairnets and they're just fine. You want to go with something subtly classy.

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Posted 6/27/2014 7:46:39 PM


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Ok thanks guys! We usually put my hair in a bun and then I have a bun net

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Posted 6/29/2014 5:08:27 AM
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I had a friend who wore these nice diamond studs, and she put the stud through the opening of the neck of the hairnet so it would stay put.

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Posted 7/22/2014 8:50:45 PM
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I had a friend who wore these nice diamond studs, and she put the stud through the opening of the neck of the hairnet so it would stay put.
oooooo I would not trust that, that sounds like the hairnet could yank out the earring, if I read that correctly...

I wear diamond studs but then again I never take mine out like ever lulz

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