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    If a wacky hairstyle makes someone happy. Go for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baby Face View Post
    You know - I just came to the realization that there is a certain kind of freedom in not really giving a fuck. I will grow my hair out long enough to put it up in a pony tail. I will no longer listen to my sisters and I will happily rock my pretty hair. One good thing is that I have been successful in getting my face to clear up. I have been doing glycolic acid peels once a week and my skin looks fabulous. It has never looked this good. Not even as a teenager.
    ooh! Glycolic acid peels? Worth a try?

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    A lady, yes lady, maybe 35 was in the chair next to me a few weeks ago at the salon. Not only did she get this cut, she had the shave part dyed purple and her hair dyed black and red.

    When she was done, she asked me what I thought. I can only imagine my face as I smiled and said that the stylist did a good job.

    35 is old then?

    My friend is 36 dyes her longer-than-waist-length hair scarlet, takes her clothes off in public, plays with fire and generally makes a spectical of herself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CornFlakegrl View Post
    This is new only to people under 25.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Froogy View Post
    A lady, yes lady, maybe 35 was in the chair next to me a few weeks ago at the salon. Not only did she get this cut, she had the shave part dyed purple and her hair dyed black and red.

    When she was done, she asked me what I thought. I can only imagine my face as I smiled and said that the stylist did a good job.
    As a 36 year old I can vouch that we suddenly don't get "old" and "lady" once we get to 30. Some of us are way too interesting to be sensible.
    When your daughter plays "House," she pretends to be an annoying doctor with a pill-addiction and a limp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post


    ooh! Glycolic acid peels? Worth a try?
    I think so. I use the 20% stuff and leave it on for a couple of hours and then exfoliate it off. I use is once or twice a week. It is working really well. My sister uses the 10% stuff every night and leaves it on over night - replaces moisturizer. She also is having great luck. We both got sonic face brushes - amazing.
    Silence may be golden but, duct tape is cheaper.

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    damn, what brand do you use?

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    I got mine off of Amazon - I dont' know what brand (Nuviance maybe) but, it was a 2 oz bottle (looks like toner) and the ingredient list was just the acid and water. Some of the other stuff have botanicals and perfumes which are what my skin is allergic to. Just be careful to not burn yourself - redness and a little bit of flakiness/peeling is normal but, you shouldn't be giving youself a bright red chemical burn. Anything over 20% you really should have done by an professional.
    Silence may be golden but, duct tape is cheaper.

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    I too am a 40 yo with long hair. Actually it was down to my ass and I asked my bf to cut it last October and he really cut it. It was above my shoulders short. I actually got alot of compliments but I don't give a fuck either. Now it is finally below my shoulders/mid back and I still want it longer. At least I can put it in a pony tail now.
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    oh thanks Baby Face!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VenusInFauxFurs View Post
    As a 36 year old I can vouch that we suddenly don't get "old" and "lady" once we get to 30. Some of us are way too interesting to be sensible.
    OK, my bad. My point came out wrong. I am not too far off from 35 myself. I was trying to say she was not some teenager.

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