wednesday wonders...

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Registered: 10-22-2009
wednesday wonders...
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Wed, 09-22-2010 - 5:42pm

lol,

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Registered: 04-16-2010
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:36pm

Do you ever use bleach for your whites?

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Registered: 10-22-2009
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:39pm
Well for heavens sakes... is it like a allergic reaction?
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Registered: 05-10-2009
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:40pm
It means I can't stand the feel of it on my hands, particularly between my fingers.
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Registered: 10-22-2009
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:43pm
I
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Registered: 10-22-2009
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:45pm
Oh right...like a sensory aversion...got it~ ;)
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Registered: 05-10-2009
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:49pm
I quickly squirt a line of baby oil down each arm, across my chest and stomach, across/down my back, and down both legs.
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Registered: 10-22-2009
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 9:52pm
I bet he likes it...:)

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Registered: 03-27-2000
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 10:11pm
I wish I could let mine air dry but there's only a little bit of curl and a lot of frizzies b/c my hair is coarse. When I get my hair dried at the salon, it takes at least 25-30 minutes to do it right. silky smooth and flat. I don't have the dexterity to it as nicely myself but it still takes me 15 mins to dry. It still frizzes on humid days and is puffier than when I get it done at the salon, but I just have to deal. The one time recently I let my hair air dry (I wasn't going anywhere) dh asked me what was wrong with my hair!
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Registered: 03-27-2000
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 10:15pm
My problem is that I have coarse hair so if I let it air dry, it gets frizzies on each and every strand of hair. Not curly frizzy, just frizzy. I have to dry it if I don't want to look like I stuck my hair in a light socket. I can let it air dry for about 10 mins but then the frizzies start to set in if I want any longer and even blow drying at that point can't get rid of that. It sucks b/c I also have thick hair so it takes me forever. And I can't leave it even slightly damp - it has to be completely dry!
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Registered: 03-29-1999
Wed, 09-22-2010 - 10:37pm

I've used Oil of Olay for years and years, occassionally switching to Mary Kay when I had a consultant close by.

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