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Monday, April 04, 2005

  Monday Morning Mirth  

from the lies my mother never told me file…

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Part of Deep Spring Cleaning here @CHicKnits is the inevitable HairCut! What happens when you go PAY for the HairCut? You fall into the Product SinkHole that is right next to the cash register!

WHO could resist this?! Not me! It wended its way into my bag after I read this from the product packaging:

“Il n’est pas r

10 Responses to “Monday, April 04, 2005”

  1. Vicki says:

    Oh! I remember my mother using egg on my hair sometimes. Now and then, she’d rinse it with lemon juice, too!

  2. Vicki says:

    Oh, yeah, I just remembered… treating it with mayonnaise on the ends (wrapping it in plastic wrap for a bit) and how could I forget the beer rinses!

  3. Laura K. says:

    Grandma used a coffee grounds rinse to keep those greys away. Only kinda sorta worked. When I lived in Costa Rica, we used aceite de aguacate (avocado oil) to keep our hair nice/n shiny.

  4. Becky says:

    Do we go to the same hairdresser? I use Bed Head’s “Superstar” Queen for a Day thickening spray. I’m a sucker for that “Queen for a Day” bit. Hee!

  5. freecia says:

    Baking soda and water also works as a face scrub. And so does olive oil and sugar (which my mother’s wonderful skin can attest to)

  6. Gina says:

    I can vouch for the Dumb Blonde. It rescued my over-processed platinum blonde hair from a fate of hideous straw.

  7. elisabeth says:

    Lucille Ball was a “Henna Rincess”!! For some reason that was the first thing that popped into my head when I read your post. Long live the Product Whore, which is what I have sometimes been referred to by pervious stylists and colourists. As for me, not a blonde or a redhead, but since I have been colouring my hair for a while now, hard to say if I am truly a brunette or not.

  8. kathleen says:

    we used the lemon juice rinse when I was a kid…it enhances sun-bleachedness. We were blonder than blond!

  9. Emily says:

    Hey, what did that bottle just say about us brunettes? My french is a little rusty but– didn’t it say we’re fat??!!

  10. Bonne Marie says:

    YIKES! I think they probably mean mainly brown?

 
 
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