You asked for it, and here it is!
Lots of people asked me for a tutorial on how to make these, and they're surprisingly easy, so I'm gonna show you how~!You can buy tube crin from ikickshins.com or doctoredlocks.com. I prefer Doctored Locks, just because I find it to be higher quality, but ikickshins is cheaper. They both have their ups and downs~ Check them both out.
Feel free to ask me specific questions about your set that you're making, especially about length. It's hard to guess. sometimes
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Adjust your falls so that the colors you want are showing and layered where you want them to be layered.
And there you have it! your own cyber lox. Easy, right? The tough part is getting them the right length, and getting the colors to sit right.
I know they're springy, but if you want your falls to remain bouncy forever, DO NOT PULL ON THEM. This will stretch them out and make them sag. Keep them hung up somewhere safe so they won't get squished or tugged or ripped. I have mine on my wall hanging by hooks.