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Re: Looking for Fiber Optic Grass..

>> I always wondered how women on TV 
got their hair to look so great and stay looking like they wanted it.  
Well- it has nothing to do with shampoo, curlers, etc.  It has 
everything to do with the climate-  

Has a lot to do with which genes you inherit too. When I was young and
wore long hair, the humidity made my hair a big thick rug. My sister
though had and still has baby fine, straight as nails hair. I've never
seen it fuzz or frizz from humidity which we have lots of.


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