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Old 05-30-2014, 12:53 PM
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I love my job, but there are certain dogs/certain owners that can ruin it for me. But it definitely makes me love and enjoy my own dog so much more. He may have his quirks (especially when is at the boarding facility with me), but when we go home he is calm, he listens and I really take it for granted sometimes.
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Old 06-01-2014, 09:14 AM
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HELPPP! How to get rid of green pool hair?? Swam all day in a saltwater pool yesterday and now I have green hair at the tips!
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Old 06-02-2014, 06:34 AM
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I usually rinse my hair off with seltzer when I get out of a pool and have never had my hair turn green by doing this.

I found this online:

Make a baking soda solution. Baking soda will effectively remove chlorine and other chemicals from your hair.
  • You can make a solution with one tablespoon (15 grams) baking soda to one cup (250ml) water, or a paste with one tablespoon (15 grams) baking soda and just enough water to make a paste.
  • Wash your hair with the baking soda solution. Your hair may feel a bit slimy when shampooing, that means it's working.
  • Rinse your hair thoroughly, then follow your normal hair-care routine.
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Old 06-02-2014, 07:21 AM
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Thank you!! I will try this!
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Old 06-09-2014, 01:35 AM
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I haven't washed my hair in 4 weeks. 4 weeks exactly on Tuesday. (Well, I did two conditioner washes and have gotten it wet a few times, but no shampoo.)

It. Looks. Awesome. It feels amazing, has tons of body, not too much frizz, tons of curls, and feels nice and soft. I don't want to wash it ever again.
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Old 06-09-2014, 01:59 AM
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My hair is pretty awful right now.

After I dye it, it looks and feels great for about a week- 10 days. After that, I dare not wash it and better only use a TON of DEEP conditioner and argan oil.

My roots are still super bright. Everything else is dull and washed out, though. I know it is just damaged and it will grow out. And this temp dye is WAY better. But still.

Henna. Auburn. Or keep up the good fight. With a M-F 9-6 job. Ugh.

Me and my hair delimmas, I swear. I do have a lush nearby though. Could always try henna this weekend.

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Old 07-01-2014, 07:10 AM
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So I just bought my first haul of Lush products. Turns out the only Lush store in Tennessee is about an hour away from me so me and my sister took a little road trip out there because we were having a hard time figuring out what we wanted online. Everyone in the store was so nice, and they had a really good selection including things I didn't see online. I ended up getting the I love Juicy shampoo, the American Cream conditioner, the Angels on bare skin, Enzymion, and Tea Tree Water for my face, some Honey I Washed the Kids for my body, and then they gave me some samples of Dream Cream and Ocean Salt. I will update once I have used everything!
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Old 07-01-2014, 10:11 AM
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So I just bought my first haul of Lush products. Turns out the only Lush store in Tennessee is about an hour away from me so me and my sister took a little road trip out there because we were having a hard time figuring out what we wanted online. Everyone in the store was so nice, and they had a really good selection including things I didn't see online. I ended up getting the I love Juicy shampoo, the American Cream conditioner, the Angels on bare skin, Enzymion, and Tea Tree Water for my face, some Honey I Washed the Kids for my body, and then they gave me some samples of Dream Cream and Ocean Salt. I will update once I have used everything!

I looove the I love juicy and American cream. And the tea tree water is lovely. I had the honey I washed the kids for Izzie lol.
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Old 07-01-2014, 10:20 AM
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So I just bought my first haul of Lush products. Turns out the only Lush store in Tennessee is about an hour away from me so me and my sister took a little road trip out there because we were having a hard time figuring out what we wanted online. Everyone in the store was so nice, and they had a really good selection including things I didn't see online. I ended up getting the I love Juicy shampoo, the American Cream conditioner, the Angels on bare skin, Enzymion, and Tea Tree Water for my face, some Honey I Washed the Kids for my body, and then they gave me some samples of Dream Cream and Ocean Salt. I will update once I have used everything!
What! No bath bombs?!
I confess that bath bombs are pretty much the only thing I ever buy at Lush LOL.
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Old 07-01-2014, 10:50 AM
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I just bought some sulfate free argan oil shampoo and conditioner (and leave in conditioner), I pretty much always have just cheap whatever stuff (I also usually don't shampoo, just rinse or condition). Anyway, I used the shampoo/conditioner the other day and have been spraying the leave in conditioner every day and my hair is soooo nice! I'm loving it. Guess the expensive stuff might actually be worth it, what do you know!?
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