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Tuesday, February 1, 2011


We have heard of "Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder"...but agree with me in saying that we cannot just rely on what their eyes can see. We have to be sure that what they see is indeed beautiful and worth saying so. Therefore we do everything we can that will make our self look perfect to everyone...especially to those people whose vision of us matters.

This is when our own vanity comes in. The image of the perfect you flashes in your minds eye as you stare at yourself in the mirror, and there comes the decision of what you must do. Probably add volume to your limp hair, or tame your overly thick hair. You instantaneously choose the best product to would always be Loreal and/or Kerastase in your list because their product are widely known and used, praises and reviews comes positive, and they have reasonable prices (actually now discounted and is worth jumping at). Hair dryers, flat irons, or rollers definitely have to be a Babyliss Pro. If you want something lasting and trustworthy, it has to be none other.

Of course it's not just the hair, though hair is your crowning glory. The totality of you counts. And we all know that. But it is that "First expression lasts" that makes us want to present the best, followed by the even better rest...our totality. The inner beauty...your attitude, your manners, your confidence are also a measure of sexuality.




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