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Re: On hair and skin

Re: On hair and skin

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Posted by Marti on November 14, 2000 at 17:27:52:

In Reply to: On hair and skin posted by Jennifer on November 14, 2000 at 17:18:44:

: Hey my names Jennifer and I really need someones advice out there so please hear me out.
: Problem 1: Okay my hair use to be long and I loved it until I asked the person to trim my hair n she ended up doing a different style! Im slowly getting use to it but i'll never be as pretty as me w/h my other hair. My question is. How can you make your hair grow fast & how long will your hair grow in say a month?
: My friend told me if you wash your hair a lot and comb it, it grows. Is that true? Well please answer my question on that.
: Problem 2. skin....Im addicted to makeup,base and powder. I only wear it cuz my face is oily and it makes me look better. I wear A LOT OF it well my mom keeps on telln me pretty soon im gonna look old and stuff. Is that true? Anyway i can help from preventing that? well plez e-mail me at filipinachic2000@aol.com a.s.a.p
: Thank u!
: Jen

One cannot make their hair grow faster than Mother Nature provided when we were made. Hiar grows between 1/8th and 1/2" per month depending on your parental hereditage. If your Mom's hair grows slow, so will yours. As for the makeup thing -- if you have oily skin and wear a LOT of makeup, the makeup can contribute to clogged pores and create an 'acne' type problem. Always wear makeup and use moisturizer for use on oily skin, cleanse your face with an oil-free cleanser. You should wash your face 3 times a day: morning, afternoon and prior to going to bed. Only reapply your makeup if you plan to go out -- there is absolutely no need to apply makeup if you are staying home without visitors. Give your skin a break as often as possible and wear makeup only when necessary. Oily skin is not as prone to early aging as normal to dry skin, however, this is not a good enough reason to let your skin go. Take care of it now -- it's the only skin you will ever have!!


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