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Old 10-26-05, 05:57 AM
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Anybody notice how you can go to section where they have soaps and crap and you will find 900000 soaps and bodywash for women and one for man and 99% of the time that 1 will be "head & shoulders dandruff" as if everybody suffers from it and it will be priced 5-10 times more then everything else there
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Old 10-26-05, 07:54 AM
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Suave products suck big time! Pantene Pro V is the way to go! Pantene rocks

Swave is to Pantene as Treet is to Spam
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I used the Suave bottles for the longest of times, mainly because when I first started working like 7 years ago thats all that was around the house for me to use. I now try to find the Men's version of the suave bottles which usually costs about 30-70 cents more for the same size bottle. The Pantene Pro comes off as being wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy toooo feminine for my blood. It still feels very weird however, even though I consider myself to be a pretty stereotypical metrosexual as depicted by today.
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Pantene rocks! And it doesn't smell too feminine for me. Suave sucks and makes my hair feel coarse. Pantene makes it shiny and soft. As for men's moisturizers, hit up the Kiehl's counter at Saks or get whatever moisturizers you find mixed in with aftershaves and shaving creams. OR, use a big bottle of hand lotion that also moisturizes the skin.
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Originally Posted by jyossarian
Pantene rocks! And it doesn't smell too feminine for me. Suave sucks and makes my hair feel coarse. Pantene makes it shiny and soft. As for men's moisturizers, hit up the Kiehl's counter at Saks or get whatever moisturizers you find mixed in with aftershaves and shaving creams. OR, use a big bottle of hand lotion that also moisturizes the skin.
I've never tried it so i can't say what it feels like. I just said
The Pantene Pro comes off as being
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Old 10-26-05, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by lauren
Dial antibacterial soap is cheap and not too girly smelling. Ditto on the suave milk and honey or coconut shampoo.
Who the hell puts milk and honey in their shampoo.
Another vote for pantene here, the smell is clean, not girly.

I too find it interesting there are so many damn health and beauty products for women. If an alien research vessel landed in a pharmacy, they'd think women are on permenant life support for their skin.
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Originally Posted by slvoid
I too find it interesting there are so many damn health and beauty products for women. If an alien research vessel landed in a pharmacy, they'd think women are on permenant life support for their skin.
You mean they're not ?
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Old 10-26-05, 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by jyossarian
Pantene rocks! And it doesn't smell too feminine for me. Suave sucks and makes my hair feel coarse. Pantene makes it shiny and soft. As for men's moisturizers, hit up the Kiehl's counter at Saks or get whatever moisturizers you find mixed in with aftershaves and shaving creams. OR, use a big bottle of hand lotion that also moisturizes the skin.
Most stores have unscented moisturizer (Aveno is great) in the baby section....and they almost never contain glitter.
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Old 10-26-05, 10:22 AM
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on to shampoo's now well i ran out of the supposed mans stuff once, so im my deasperation for clean hair borrowed some Dove hair moisteriser, god nows what was in it, but works a treat. never had such managable clean hair. Adds at this point my hair is very fine
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Slvoid, my wife is selling Mary Kay if your interested.

That hands down is better than the time I grabbed the dishwashing liquid instead of the shampoo. It took forever to wash it out, but my hair was lemony fresh.
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Originally Posted by SpiderMike
Slvoid, my wife is selling Mary Kay if your interested.

That hands down is better than the time I grabbed the dishwashing liquid instead of the shampoo. It took forever to wash it out, but my hair was lemony fresh.
My mom washed our hair with dishwashing liquid and beer.....the diswashing liquid clings so much to hair gotta wonder how much sticks to the dishes no matter how often they're rinsed.
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Originally Posted by slvoid
Ok.. so my face gets really dry during the winter cause it's exposed to a lot of cold and dry wind right. So I figured I'll buy some light oil free moisturizer with SPF 15... guess what, it's freaking glitter moisturizer.
Not a lot of glitter but it's noticable up close that there are tiny specs of glitter in there. Now what...
rub it on another part of your body and let that "glitter" for awhile
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Another great thread that needs a....

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What happened to slvoid?
I think everybody assumed you killed him. You and he did love to bicker......we all thought you were either going to hook up one day or kill each other one day....coulda gone either way.
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He's still around, although not on BF. I still harass him every once in a while.

Like that time I told everyone to flood the messages in his profile.
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Originally Posted by -=em in Pa=- View Post
Loud moisturizer saves lives.
wow, these old threads are better
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This is the first time I've seen this thread, omg it's hilarious! I have never tried a moisturizer with glitter in it, but I do use a product called Mineral Veil over my foundation and it does have tiny bits of something in it that causes a little reflection under certain light conditions. It gives you a nice vibrant glow and I'll use it if I go out for the evening. You can actually add a bit of it onto your lips with a Buki brush to get that little sparkle going on there too.

OK, I guess that's about all you wanted to know.
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i'm going out tonight, I may give that a try
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i'm going out tonight, I may give that a try
Pictures or it didn't happen!
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i'm going out tonight, I may give that a try
That's some fun stuff, but it gets all over and kinda leaves a trail as to where you were ...
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That's some fun stuff, but it gets all over and kinda leaves a trail as to where you were ...
Now that, i would like to see pics of
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Originally Posted by slvoid View Post
Ok.. so my face gets really dry during the winter cause it's exposed to a lot of cold and dry wind right. So I figured I'll buy some light oil free moisturizer with SPF 15... guess what, it's freaking glitter moisturizer.
Not a lot of glitter but it's noticable up close that there are tiny specs of glitter in there. Now what...
Use it as your last line of defense against oncoming cars.
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That's it! I'm going to Ricky's at lunchtime
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That's it! I'm going to Ricky's at lunchtime
Phone ahead so that they can beef up the security!
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Just a friendly reminder that glitter is the herpes of makeup. It spreads like wildfire and once you get it, you can't get rid of it.

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