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Dec 23rd 2008 3:30PM Oh, when they said "star" they meant the name of the label...
Why is this even news anymore? Shouldn't it be news when a two-bit unheard of rapper DOESN'T kill someone?
Dec 4th 2008 6:23PM Ew! Yellow is harsh, sickly color and impossible for anyone who is lighter than a tan-a-holic to pull off. Thank goodness I don't listen to so called fashion experts.
Dec 4th 2008 12:16AM Then they wake up in a tub filled with ice and they are missing a kidney, right? *eyeroll*
Nov 13th 2008 8:45AM Mary Kay skin care is pure crap. Expensive crap. Go AVON!
Nov 12th 2008 10:02AM Darlene, I have patience to lose. Remember what I said about being rude and tacky?
Nov 12th 2008 8:32AM Avon's ANEW Thermafirm and Ultimate Age Repair Night Cream (black jar) are incredible. In 3 days I had a tighter jawline and in a week my forehead worry lines had softened and I had less acne. My overall skin texture was greatly improved. I sell AVON, which is how I was introduced to these products, but I'm not going to spam comments to solicit business. That's rude and tacky. Find a rep in your area and get these 2 products.
Sep 8th 2008 9:32PM #1) That image was plastered all over billboards here in North Florida in the beginning of this year. It's just now making news?
#2) What kind of sex are these people advocating? The man is on his stomach and the woman is lying sideways on his back? Ooooooook.
Sep 3rd 2008 9:10AM Do NOT follow the tip of mixing salt and olive oil and putting it on your face. The salt will scratch your sensitive facial skin and then guess what....ever accidently put salt on a papercut? If you want a red, painful face that takes several days to feel normal then go right ahead. That is the dumbest thing I ever heard. If you want to exfoliate, use VERY finely ground up aspirin...it's a natural salicylic acid and lightly rub over face...or use baking soda. Tone with hydrogen peroxide, rub in a SMALL amount of olive oil or flax seed oil.
Also, do not put egg in your hair and cover with a warm towel. Guess what happens when eggs get too warm? Nothing like trying to wash scrambled egg out of your hair.
BTW, I owned a natural (real lye) soap and body lotion business for years. If there's a "natural" body treatment out there, I've heard about it or tried it.
Dec 30th 2007 11:21AM Keri must be one of those natural birth, breastfeeding moms who were able to shrink back into their size 5 jeans within a week of childbirth. Unfortunately, I had two complicated pregnancies that ended in c-sections after HOURS of labor and trying to push. My body is a mess...deep stretch marks, cut up muscles that refuse to go back into place even after years of working out at the gym....I'll gladly take a mom job.