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2011.09.09 17:51 Roseville, California: News, Events & Info!

Welcome to Roseville, California. Come on down to the galleria and spend some money! Incorporated since 1909, Roseville was originally a stage coach station called Griders. When the railroad arrived, the name was changed to Junction, and finally to Roseville. Now, it's a thriving city with over 100,000 residents and is growing dramatically each year.

2023.06.04 22:58 sumguydudee During curly hair ?

I want to get my hair dyed for the first time and would like it to be done at a salon. My question is if I should be looking for a stylist who specializes in colouring curly hair? Or is there not enough of a difference in the process between dyeing straight and curly hair that I can just focus on finding someone who achieves great colour results alone ?
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2023.06.04 22:51 icehashira PSA: If you have deep black but thin hair, volume 6 developer may actually lift your hair color to brown.

For context, i have a creative bleach/color style where I keep some of my hair black and some light blonde and use those light parts to do anything other color of the rainbow. When I initially bleached at the salon, my stylist noticed how fast it lifts, the first time with 30 volume developer. I got clean chunky blonde parts in one VERY FAST session.
Well, I just used 6 volume developer with pulp riot blank canvas, thinking that it wouldn’t lift black parts at all, to remove blue out of my hair. I had some new brown strands as a result, only having processed for 20 minutes. Fortunately, I can just dye it darker. It’s crazy!
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2023.06.04 22:35 No_Class2481 What's the funniest thing you've ever seen on the internet?

What's the most ridiculous thing you've ever seen in a beauty or hair salon?
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2023.06.04 21:10 Competitive_Chard385 Gloss vs. Hair Dye

I have a weird question. For years I have either colored my own hair or had it done in a salon. I know hair color well - or at least I thought I did. For the past few years, I have struggled to find a colorist who uses actual hair dye. Now everyone is using gloss (instead of dye) and I absolutely hate it! For a while I was doing red, and the red gloss would wash away within a week. And my most recent colorist is using a really dark gloss that is supposed to fade in a week or two to the medium blonde that I actually want - and then I have to get it done again only to dislike it for another 2 weeks. I don't understand why I can't just get my hair dyed a medium blonde and walk out of the salon happy. What happened to actual hair dye? Why can't I find a colorist in my city who still uses it?
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2023.06.04 20:34 butterednoodles09 Uncontrollable frizzy hair

Hi all,
This post might be a little long so please bear with me. I have naturally very fine dry hair, and my hair is also naturally curly. Not coily, but curly enough to the point where it needs an insane amount of maintenance. I have attempted the curly girl method for about two months now and the frizz has not tamed itself whatsoever. I have spent so much money all different hair products and absolutely nothing has worked. I shower, use sulfate and paraben free shampoo like I'm supposed to as well as the conditioner which I leave some in to help it stay hydrated, then I use products to help hydrate and shape my curls but I have to use products that don't completely weigh it down because my hair is also very very fine. I also can't style my hair because of my disability my arms become insanely tired and painful after a good 45 seconds. On the other hand, I do not have the time to let my hair air dry, because I have a full-time job and it takes HOURS before it looks even partial dry. I use one of those hair towels that doesn't dehydrate curly hair and that doesn't even help dry it faster even a little bit. My hair doesn't fall out in big clumps, but they fall out in strands all the time and I am constantly picking hairs off of myself every single day. I also cant break the bank on salon graded products so those are out of the question. I am so sick of my hair and how much maintenance my hair needs and that what everyone suggests doesn't even work for me that sometimes I'm on the verge of tears because of how much of a hassle controlling my curls and frizz are. My hair is already so dry that I'm afraid doing some kind of chemical treatment will fry my hair, not to mention I have several chronic illnesses and I know these chemicals can be a risk to your health. I feel like I am completely out of options. I would appreciate your help if you have any advice.
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2023.06.04 20:25 MemelordMcghee A "loophole" if your AirPods Max are starting to die and don't want to pay $330 for a replacement set

I got my AirPods Max in June 2021. They lasted me almost 2 years, when they suddenly started experiencing issues that seem like they were starting to brick. Them disconnecting at slight head movement was the first issue, which then evolved into them refusing to connect or even go into pairing mode
This wasn't the first issue I had with them, in July 2022, the left earcup began experiencing this wind-like noise. I chatted with Apple Support to see what I could do, with the only option being to pay $330 for a replacement pair, since I was out of warranty and didn't have AppleCare. The problem eventually fixed itself (somehow)
However these new issues were going on for weeks, so I decided to test a theory I had for a while. I chatted with Apple Support about a battery replacement for $79 (not an actual repair) and said the following
  • I've had them for 2 years and the battery seems to have degraded (this part is true but I mostly cared about the other problems)
  • I tried factory resetting them, fully draining the battery and then charging back up to 100, and waiting for a new firmware update, but the battery life is still worse than when I first got them
  • I asked about whether or not Apple would actually open my pair of headphones up and replace the battery or if they'd give me a refurbished pair, saying something about how Apple gives out refurbished/new pairs of the earbud-like AirPods when somebody comes in for a battery replacement instead of actually replacing the battery. They said something about how depending on what repairs need to be made, the technicians will do what's needed (standard Apple Support non answer)
  • I did not mention any other problems I was experiencing, I just said I needed to replace the battery
So I set up an appointment at my closest Apple Store, where they shipped them off to a repair center. 5 days later, I received brand new (not really. its refurbished) pair, and they work like they're supposed to + they come with a 90 day warranty on all replaced parts. I imagine if they send you back the same pair you sent in, you can just say "these problems weren't here before I got the battery replaced" if they problems still persist
they replaced everything
Your mileage may vary though. I tried researching if other people have received refurbished pairs when getting a battery replacement and have come up inconclusive

rip my old airpods max
TLDR: if your airpods max are dying and you're out of warranty/don't have applecare tell apple you want a battery replacement for $79 and you'll probably get a refurbished pair. dont let them fleece you for $330 for a refurbished pair of already unreliable headphones
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2023.06.04 20:15 Flower6743 Comentariile diversilor specialisti asupra propriului corp

De mai multe ori am patit (la medic sau la salon pentru epilat) sa fiu intrebata despre vergeturi sau o cicatrice pe care o am in genunchi, fara vreo legatura cu discutia sau motivul pentru care venisem. Nu mi s-a parut ca omul acela incerca sa ma ajute, ca ca era doar o curiozitate personala, dar nu mi-a picat bine deloc. Voi cum procedati cand primiti astfel de intrebari?
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2023.06.04 19:53 Merrickk Sunscreen for hairless dog?

When we can't avoid the sun is Anthelios Melt-In Milk Sunscreen SPF 60 safe to use on large areas of our hairless dogs skin?
If this is not a good option are there any resources available to the public that could help me find a dog safe human sunscreen?
Species: Dog
Age: 3 years old
Sex/Neuter status: Neutered male
Breed: American Hairless Terrier
Body weight: 20 lbs
History: Risk of sunburn from lack of hair
Clinical signs: Red skin
Duration: Intermittent
Your general location: Pennsylvania USA
Links to any test results, X-rays, vet reports etc. that you have: N/A
We have asked multiple vets for sunscreen recommendations but it's not an area they are familiar with, since most of their patients are well protected by hair.
We tried several titanium dioxide based sunscreens, but they are thick, sticky, and difficult to wash off. There was some concern that the thick coconut oil based formulas were aggravating our dogs skin issues. I'm also concerned about their effectiveness because titanium dioxide alone does not offer great coverage of the UV spectrum.
We tried epi pet sunscreen, but found it to be way too heavily scented.
Guidelines I referred to when looking for a sunscreen: ASPCA article ( AKC article (
Criteria: - sold in the USA - at least SPF 30 - free of: zinc, PABA, and fragrance - low in salicylates? (I was not able to find any information on what is considered a low concentration for dogs)
Products we have tried: - Dermoscent sunfree: Aqua, Titanium dioxide, Alumina, Stearic acid, Sorbitan oleate, Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Glycerin, candelilla cera (candelilla vegetal wax), Magnesium stearate, Tocopheryl acetate. - Dr zoo: Purified Water, Titanium Dioxide, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Coco-Caprylate (coconut based cleanser) Triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut oil) Glyceryl Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol (Plant Emulsifier), Piroctone Olamine, Naringin (Bittering Agent from Orange Peel), Dicaprylyl Carbonate (Emollient Ingredient), Aluminium Stearate (Emulsifier), Hop Extract - California baby super sensitive: Titanium dioxide 12% Inactive ingredients: Water, isoamyl laurate, coco-ca-prylate, calendula officinalis extract (calendula), viola tricolor extract (pansy), polyglyceryl-2 dipolyhydroxystearate, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, glyceryl starch, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oleosomes, polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate, levulinic acid, glycerin, tapioca starch, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, squalane, magnesium stearate, p-anisic acid, allantoin, panthenol. - Epi pet: Ethylhexl Methoxycinnamate (Sunscreen Octyl Salicylate (Sunscreen) Homosalate (Sunscreen) Benzophenone-3 (Sunscreen) Alcohol Denaturated (Disinfectant, Grease Cutter) Aqua (Water) Ethyllhexyl Salicylate (Sunscreen + Solubilizer) C-12-15 Alkyl Benzoate (Emulsifier - provides the "good skin feel") Acrylates/Octylacrylamide Copolymer (Resin Barrier for Water Proofing) Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin-E, Antioxidant, Skin Conditioner, Skin Desensitizer) Parfume (Vanilla Fragrance)
Products we have not tried: - Lucky Pup SPF 40 Lotion: Water, Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Emulsifying Wax (vegetable derived), Aloe Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Optiphen, Vitamin E. - Banana Boat Sun Protector Spray: SD Alcohol 40-B, Homosalate, Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Octocrylene, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Butyloctyl, Salicylate, Acrylates,/Octylacrylamide Copolymer, Panthenol, Tocopherol, Fragrance, Stearoxytrimethylsilane, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycerin
There are many fake sunscreen products aimed at dogs on the market, which do not contain any ingredients that offer significant SPF protection. It's extremely frustrating.
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2023.06.04 19:41 try_a_place ❤️ Ryan Patrick Salon in Memphis, TN 38117 Try best hair salons in Tennessee

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2023.06.04 19:29 Thin-March-5583 Salon recommendations for Hair color in secunderabad

hello everyone, especially women of hyderabad, i have long but weak hair and would like to get it coloured in secunderabad.
Does anybody have any recommendations from personal experience? Willing to travel until HiTec city also if worth it.
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2023.06.04 18:56 Soilmolida How do I (32F) maintain a friendship with a friend (39F) who got cancer but also very judgemental at the same time?

I really appreciate your advice for this. I have a close friend who has been always very judgemental, such as criticizing how I look or how I spend money. We know each other for 10 years. I consider herself as one of my close friends. I consider around 5 girls in my life are close friends who I often meet and travel with, and they helped me when I was depressed and had difficulties.
In terms of criticizing me…For example, one time I went to a hair salon and spent $70, and she said I was wasting money (though I only had my haircut every 8-12 months; and I had a decent income). We also have very different values. She is more conservative while I am more liberal, so political topics are off the table. The reason we maintained good friends over the past 10 years is because we both love travels, so we traveled together a few times before, and we often talked about travels. When she was diagnosed with cancer last year, I was very sad because it is very difficult to have a good friend. However, I gradually found she becomes so much meaner and even more judgemental after she gets sick. I still want to be a supportive friend. However, it become harder and harder to chat with her since now she is not traveling and we have almost nothing to talk about. Currently, she still has “okay” energy that she can go for a small hike or small biking trip, but she is weaker than before due to chemotherapy.
I also can't share my worries with her anymore because she is struggling with her treatment. She also starts criticizing me more. Just yesterday, she criticized that I should not buy takeout food because I am wasting money (it was only $15). She used to earn around 120k/year before getting on sick leave, so I am not sure why she would do this all the time. Occasionally, I shared some of issues at my work, and she showed no empathy at all. I understand that she is now in difficult time, so it’s okay. But I feel it’s difficult to maintain this friendship, and I would like to have some guidance because I still want to be supportive.
Note: We met each other about once a month (for ski, canoe or hike weekend trips) before she got sick, and now I tried to visit her every two months (we are 1.5 hour driving apart). We talked on the phone once a month.
TLDR; My friend and I are friends for 10 years. She became meaner and much more judgemental after she was diagnosed with cancer last year. We also have less topic to chat with. I want to maintain friendship and want some suggestions.
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2023.06.04 18:40 bugsbunnyindrag Are there any walk-in hair salons?

Anywhere decent I could walk in and get a women's haircut? Price doesn't matter. Preferably near Soho.
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2023.06.04 18:20 Better_Apartment2021 Mom is being dramatic about me wanting to fix my damaged hair.

TLDR: story time about how my hair got damaged due to my mom’s negligence to my natural hair and how Im slowly trying to progress to going natural.
So my mom is very narcissistic I can’t even say controlling atp. She’s very afraid of me looking like a guy in any sense. Me personally idgaf about my gender representation as long as I'm happy. But she refuses to let me take care of my hair because of it among other reasons. My mother had stated since we were young she hated doing our hair and got herself locs for the reason she can’t do hers. To be honest I’m glad she stopped because she would threaten to cut our hair when she got tired or to lock it because she didn’t want to do it.
I honestly think its rooted in jealousy because she tells me when I asked her once to just loc my hair she said try all the styles out there before you decide. But then goes to tell me I have no right to do anything with my hair like make up your mind.
So, I got my hair straightened a lot as a kid. But add on getting relaxer at some point without my consent at the hairdressers 🙂. Probably aware of the result but as I got into high school I didn’t realize how bad it was. I got comments from my friends even that my hair was even dry and brittle in its straight state. It was (still kind of is) so frayed at the ends and super dense and not moisturized it feels and looks awful in its natural state. That caused a wave of insecurities when I realized, unlike my other black peers I was going through it with my hair.
Tbh it was probably hurtful at the time but I’m thankful my friends informed me because my hair would be in a horrible state right now. I'm almost 16 and feel like I need to be able to do things with my hair if my mom doesn’t even want to bother. She already complains about getting my hair straightened, complained about my hair getting braided, and now complained about me trying to cut it so I can have healthy hair.
I started to get braids because I was like until my hair grows out or I cut it I'm not going to straighten it anymore. So I get braids a couple of times and my hair got better I got a silk press at a black-owned salon rather than the one in my home town which probably should’ve never been an option. They managed to maintain my hair and not make it worse and even my sisters did as well. But still, the hometown salon had already done so much damage to our hair that when if we went anywhere else there wouldn’t be much change.
So about 2-3 months ago got my hair braided by a family friend so she cut my hair because she has years of experience doing hair and trims and styles natural hair all the time. She trimmed it and cut a good bit because, for the life of me, I couldn’t stand the pain from the brittleness and drynesses and my very sensitive scalp.
So when I told my mom she was like “wtf omg your hair never going to grow back and when it doesn’t I'm going to laugh at you” or “Your hair was long the straight pieces are just normal”. The only reason my hair wasn’t growing back was that her neglectful self never wanted to do my hair or teach me. Plus she never even bought the supplies to style our hair as a kid maybe some moisturizer to style it.
If my dog gets his hair done more than mine there's a problem. But she pretty much manipulated me to feel bad about my choice of hair and my health.
So she then apologizes. Then a month later when I take my hair out she ask me again what I want to do with my hair I tell her I want it cut. She goes on and tells me just grow it out and I'm not gonna pay money to get your hair braided if you keep cutting your hair. ( she doesn’t pay shit to get my hair done lmao my dad pays).
One reason she didn’t want my hair natural was that I have eczema and it affects my head so build-up will occur. Like ok, then I’ll wash it? My hair is dry makes it even worse. But she also wouldn’t buy many things for my 4b-4c hair because my sister needed it and because her hair was more manageable because it was less costly with looser curls. I think she honestly hates my hair because she talks about my dad's hair and my sisters and praises it like it's the best hair texture ever and mine is no comment.
Now flash forward to this week I go to my Aunt and she has lots to do. So she graciously offered to style my hair and I said yes. She essentially told me as well to cut my hair. if multiple people are telling me to cut my hair there is something wrong. I mean I think short hair is really cute and nothing is wrong with it,but she just seems to think black fem people can’t have short hair without looking masculine🤷🏾.
Thankfully she gave me some information on how to fix it because I looked fucking goofy before that. Also how to wash it in general because all I had was just shampoo and conditioner under my sink nothing else ☠️. Thankfully my dad said he was going to go to the store once we got back home so if you guys have any tips on what to buy that would be great 🫶🏾. Or any other advice as well.
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2023.06.04 18:18 z6girl Fighting grays and grown out balayage

Fighting grays and grown out balayage
These pics were yesterday after diy roots and color depositing conditioner. They are in window light.
Its been 1 year since a salon balayage. I tend to my roots and temples at home and freshen up the overall tone with a color depositing conditioner usually.
I had been using med golden brown on my roots once the grays start showing and just with the bit of over lap eventually moved to dark golden brown and now dark intense golden brown.
I need help with a plan to DIY a freshen up. I've never worked with bleach but did a text section yesterday and forgot to put a rubber band on it so I could find it after wash and dry. I'll repeat to get an idea of timing.
Any advice is appreciated on how best to proceed (what colors, products, steps, anything) I do have a friend (two if needed since I have such long hair and is amateurs may work a bit slower).
My objective is to lighten the crown. I've colored my hair forever but my roots are pretty dark, probably a level 3 or 4. I don't know if I should use a color remover, bleach bath, bleach to diy a balayage and try to hit just down to the old bleach line, bleach a diy balayage and go over the previous bleached hair too, or use a highlighting cap and bleach to lighten just the crown.
As I continue to get more grays I'm thinking of getting my hair to something between light and med golden brown. My hair naturally has red undertones. I do not like a super ashy tone.
I honestly can not afford to do this is a salon, but also don't want to jack up my hair.
Thanks for any advice!
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2023.06.04 18:15 aquarius01gurl Feel really depressed after moving out of my parent’s home

have moderate depression but lately, I’ve had some life changes and I believe my depression is getting worse. Around April, I got really sick out of nowhere. I lost a lot of weight due to my illness and missed out on a lot of work because I didn’t feel well and I also had to keep going to the doctor to see what was going on. Then In the beginning of May, I moved out of my parent’s house. I’m 22 yrs old, female and I live completely alone. No pets, no boyfriend but the guy I’m seeing does come to visit me frequently. I just feel so alone. I have to feed myself, get myself up for work, if I’m hungry, I can’t wait on my mom or dad to cook for me. I have to look out for myself. I still visit my parents very often. But Yesterday I just couldn’t stop crying. I don’t know why I just was extremely emotional and on top of that, I started having some suicidal thoughts.
I went silent and ghosted all of my family and closest people to me because I feel like my life is a mess and when I’m depressed, I tend to isolate myself from everyone. Including starting him from work. I miss being able to go out, & not worry about bills but now I have to worry about paying for my rent, car note, gas in car to get around town, food to eat, and extra stuff for example if I want my hair or nails done I have to wait for that because my bills come first. Nail salons are just getting too too expensive.
I was depressed while living in my parent’s house also due to some trauma. I am going to therapy and talking to my therapist about everything that’s been happening in my life. Is it normal to feel stressed out and depressed after moving out alone? I moved out 3 years ago at 19 but that time, I had roommates, I didn’t feel as depressed but this time is much different when you’re completely by yourself. I don’t want to move back in with my parents is not the point of me writing this. I’ve been on my own for about a month now. I guess because this is a huge life change, I just need to adapt to it? I’m thinking maybe I just could be homesick? How long after being away from your parents do people usually start to adjust?
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2023.06.04 18:05 Agreeable_Concept_63 Can jobs charge you for not being in uniform?

Can a job charge you a fee if you’re not in uniform? I work in a hair salon we have an easy dress code you just have to wear black shirt or black bottoms it just has to be something black. It’s summer time so usually we don’t have any problems with wearing shorts they just have to be above the knees. However my coworker wore shorts and my bosses felt like they were too short and said she had to go home and change and also pay a $20 fee for not being in uniform. Thank you in advance !
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2023.06.04 17:56 BiggestBootehJudeh A Former Guest Coordinators Rant

Former guest coordinator here, heres why you wont be getting a guest coordinator :) ( because nobody who knows their self worth would ever put up with what i did for as little as i was paid)
I worked as a guest coordiantor for 6 years and i was too good at my job. When i first started working there i was under the impression that full time workers got health benefits. Imagine my disappointment when i went to open enrollment and only the part time benefits were available. It took over five years of my working there to finally be given paid time off and health benefits :) here is the reasoning i was given as to why i was cucked of a lot of things i was owed. - im the only person on salon payroll that costs the salon money, i dont make the salon money. ( This is BS because it is expected for GCs to mention add ons and assist in bullding books. The stylists agreed that i was the best at scheduling appointments in the most efficient way. Which is saying something because BELLA booking prgram is the most god awful, glitchy, POS ive ever worked with. My hardwork enabled stylists had the most time to do services. We were a high volume and high earning salon and we wouldnt have been had i not been there to support.) - GCs make the same as beauty advisors which also means i was making less than new hired beauty advisors. I would come in at 8am and work salon supply truck and pro hair truck, all whilst taking phone calls, checking in/out guests (GCs use the registers too btw!) doing the stylists laundry and dishes and helping guests on the floor. - i also trained guest coordinators for other stores as well. In the end, i worked 40+ hours a week and lived paycheck to paycheck. Guest Coordintaors positions are sincerely management positions and come with almost the exact same management capabilities in Bella. However, Ulta refuses to compensate them as they do managers. I ran that salon and my life was consumed by my time there. In the end it wasnt worth it. The stylists did pretty much nothing. When they didnt have a guest they would sit in their chairs on their phones or go to starbucks or go shopping on the clock! They would have me walk their guests through the check out process instead of them doing it as expected (you should be hands on with your client at the rebooking part) and dont get me started on the DRAMA. No one was ever happy. They complained if they had guests they complained if they didnt. Nothing was ever enough and they often got shitty with each other and would complain to me about it. And thiugh we had our sweet regular clients, most of them were total witches. Not to mention stylsits woild accuse me of sabotaging their books ans if their books werent full it was somehow my fault. Ulta, you took years of my life i'll never get back. Its only a matter of time until the business model for your salons collapse; its not sustainable.
If you got this far, thats my rant. I have so many stories i might share one day but do yourself a favor and run from the GC position. Its not worth it.
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2023.06.04 17:38 Brave_Tomorrow_64 Removing brassy tones from dark brown hair

Removing brassy tones from dark brown hair
Hi all, Yesterday I went to a salon and got a bayalage (more like highlights) and spent way too much money lol. I had very dark before and want to get a nice caramel/ashy blonde look, in the attached inspo pick. To me, the color looks very orange and unflattering. Can you please advise with any at-home tips to lighten the orange out of my hair and make it more blonde? Thank you!!!
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2023.06.04 16:41 try_a_place ❤️ Fabellous Beauty Lounge in Memphis, TN 38117 Try best hair salons in Tennessee

❤️ Fabellous Beauty Lounge in Memphis, TN 38117 Try best hair salons in Tennessee
❤️ Fabellous Beauty Lounge in Memphis, Tennessee 38117, United States with ⏰ hours, address, map, directions, prices, photos, ☎️ phone, services…One of the best beauty salons in Tennessee.
Have you ever been to this beauty salon? If you haven’t gone yet, you should check it out!

About Fabellous Beauty Lounge in Memphis, TN 38117

If you’re a beauty lover in Memphis, Tennessee, then you must know the importance of finding the perfect hair salon to cater to all your beauty needs. With so many beauty salons, finding the best one in Memphis can be somewhat of an ordeal. Worry no more! Fabellous Beauty Lounge has got you covered!
❤️You can experience happiness by going to Fabellous Beauty Lounge 38117, which is located ⭐at 779 E Brookhaven Cir, Memphis, TN 38117.✅ There is the address of the business. If anything about the address, phone number, website, or fan page is wrong or has changed, please let us know… Tell us to make sure everyone knows about this favorite place. Have a good time!
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2023.06.04 16:18 AlBasel1 Black & Gold Gents Barber Chair

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2023.06.04 15:26 Eastern_Ad6493 Question about hairstyle and water

hello, i did Hollywood waves in a salon for a night occasion, it is in net but i need to ablute to pray, which involves wiping the front of the hair with water, will it ruin it so bad or can i get away with it?
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2023.06.04 14:00 diamondwax Bangkok Wax Studio Bangkok Best Waxing Studio

We are a specialist wax salon in Bangkok, offering our clients the best experience at the most affordable costs. For all areas and types of skin, we only utilise quality products and processes. Certified technicians provide all services.
Our objective is to deliver the most private, comfortable, and detailed hair removal service for both men and women.
We maintain stringent client standards by sanitising all equipment, rooms, and common areas and replacing all linen, towels, and robes.
Our qualified experts believe in expert training and ongoing education to provide a holistic waxing experience.
There was a long societal stigma connected with male waxing, which has now evaporated, ushering in a new era in which male waxing is a common habit. Grooming and self-care are not just for women; they are as important for males. Many men have begun to use Bangkok Waxing for body hair removal. Many guys, however, do not find this option appealing. This blog will discuss why men should wax their legs and how manscaping can make them feel more confident. Waxing improves athletic performance and hygiene.
Diamond Wax Studio, a reputable Bangkok Wax Studio, has waxing-certified specialists who are trained in the latest techniques and have the best instruments available to provide each client with the best service possible.
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