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Old 01-03-22, 02:09 PM  
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... I could see how pink hair would cheer you up! My question about that - do you have to be careful that the color doesn't rub off on towels, sheets, etc.? ...
I use an Aquis towel (in pink) to dry my hair as some color might come off when my hair is still wet. (Don't buy one of these from Amazon because I think they are fake). :

Rapid Dry Lisse Hair Towel

Also, the plastic shower mat has started to turn pink. I haven't noticed it transferring to hats, pillows, etc. Again, YMMV.


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I have this one:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

43,000+ reviews on Amazon. It does the job, but I personally still prefer non electric razors.
Thanks! I'll check it out.
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Old 01-03-22, 02:13 PM  
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Last month,, I bought my DH a Braun Series 9 electric razor, and it's the best purchase I made all year! No more whisker kisses! Quite expensive at $300 but it's getting hard for him to shave, so well worth it for us.
Nancy - Sometimes it's worth it if a product actually lives up to expectations. I just spent my 2021 fitness earnings on a scanner, so a razor may have to wait!
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Old 01-03-22, 10:11 PM  
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I don't have an electronic shaver recommendation, but I have pet peeve about women's razors - are we going to just keep adding number of blades indefinitely?
Yes enough with all the blades already! Three is more than enough.
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Old 01-03-22, 10:31 PM  
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yes enough with all the blades already! Three is more than enough.
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Old 01-11-22, 04:39 PM  
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Has anyone used Laura Geller cosmetics? There’s a good deal on QVC for a set that includes blusher/bronzer, foundation, lipstick and eyeliner for $40, but I’ve never tried her stuff before.
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Old 01-11-22, 05:49 PM  
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Laura Geller is great. I've been using it for too many years to count. It's one of the few brands that makes something light enough for me. I bought two today, both on auto-delivery.
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Has anyone used Laura Geller cosmetics? There’s a good deal on QVC for a set that includes blusher/bronzer, foundation, lipstick and eyeliner for $40, but I’ve never tried her stuff before.
Love her products, used for many years, tried most things she makes. Though since she sold her company I haven't tried anything new (not sure if still made in Italy). She makes the best highlighters & foundation IMHO. QVC often offers good deals on her products.
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Old 02-02-22, 11:01 PM  
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Hairspray recommendation

My hair is very fine and thin, so sometimes I use a bit of light hold hairspray to help my style from falling flat.

I have been using Garnier Fructis (light hold, #2 I think) because it's lightweight and doesn't have a strong smell. However, what makes me crazy about this product is that the nozzle is constantly getting stopped up. Sure, I can run it under hot water, but it annoys me to have to do this every.single.time.

So, any other recommendations for a lightweight, inexpensive hairspray that's readily available (think grocery store) and doesn't have a strong scent?
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Old 02-03-22, 07:46 AM  
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Every hairspray I've ever used does that. It's aggravating. It either totally clogs up or partially clogs and sprays off in a different direction. No suggestions, unfortunately. I use a spray that makes my hair hard as a rock
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Old 02-03-22, 08:13 AM  
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My hair is very fine and thin, so sometimes I use a bit of light hold hairspray to help my style from falling flat.

I have been using Garnier Fructis (light hold, #2 I think) because it's lightweight and doesn't have a strong smell. However, what makes me crazy about this product is that the nozzle is constantly getting stopped up. Sure, I can run it under hot water, but it annoys me to have to do this every.single.time.

So, any other recommendations for a lightweight, inexpensive hairspray that's readily available (think grocery store) and doesn't have a strong scent?
I have fine thin hair too. I use Pantene alcohol free hairspray. Most hairsprays have alcohol in them and they are very drying for fine thin hair. The Pantene has never clogged up on me.

I also stopped using conditioner and spray my freshly washed hair with a salt spray (1 tsp sea salt, 1 tsp epsom salt, a few drops of argon or any oil you prefer). This really got rid of dry fly away hair and actually gives my hair more body.

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