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Nov 30, 2013 02:53AM
HI Blessings! I love "Not your Daughter's" jeans too!
Isn't it funny, I have shoes that I look at to,o! I will never part with them!
Shrimply Divine what a great name. I used to wear a color on my toes called "I'm not really a waitress!" I have just invested in a new Gel nail polish system called "Haute", no base coat and no topcoat, LED, not UV light and Toluene and Formaldehyde free. Waiting for it to be delivered any time. If there is any truth in the instructional video, it will be easy to remove without damage to the natural nail, we'll see! I always had acrylic nails, but after moving here, to the country, I found that there wasn't a technician close by, and it wasn't really the place for those full on perfect nails.
Hi wyo! No problem.......You wrote Australia, the way we say it!LOL
As you can see by my pic, I don't color my hair. That pic is about 4 years ago, and I just turned 60 in July. I went grey very young, was originally almost ebony color so used to color it, but one day just decided I was over it. I had it cut uber short and let it grow out. It became this platinum color fairly quickly.
I absolutely believe that at least some of my health issues were caused by my time in the tint room in my teens when I was doing my hairdressing apprenticeship, add to that all the color I used over the years and I am sure I had chemical overload.
I haven't ever really looked into it, because I don't need to color my hair, but there was a chain of salons that opened in Melbourne a few years ago that claim to be chemical free salons with color that it said to be very safe. I don't recall the name. I would imagine a search of "Organic" "Chemical Free" or "Safe" hair color would be a way to find out what's around.
Dx Mondors Disease (cording) after Umx and "Dog Ear" removed 14 months post UMx .................. The Dx shuffles you like a deck of cards and then deals you a new hand!
11/2012, DCIS, 1cm, Stage 0, Grade 3, 0/1 nodes
12/18/2012 Lymph node removal: Right, Sentinel; Mastectomy: Right