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Recommendations - No Sweat

Tuesday, October 06, 2009 11:10 AM  |  by Babe with a Mane

Every once in a while, I'm introduced to a product that appears to be a real "game changer". This product is turning into one quickly! The test bottle was marked "No Sweat" and wow...it means what it says! Not only did it keep any moisture at bay, it also helped to protect my tape so the breakdown has been much slower! AND...as a result, my bond lasted much longer...what's not to love about that?

This is a product I could use for other applications too. How about when Brandon says, "Lights, camera, action!" and I start sweating like a fat man chasing a runaway M&M? Nice visual, huh? Well think about it, I could just dab a bit on those special places and I would be as dry as a popcorn toot! bah ha ha ha - I saw that line on google and had to use it!

So, when you see "No Sweat" hit the shelves, run to get yours! After all, if you put it in the right places, it's the last time you will sweat when you run!

Babe

About Babe with a Mane

My natural hair has not been seen for over 20 years. It has hidden under wigs and weaves, under toppik, colored sprays, couvre and dermatch. My growing hair is a significant burden. It takes too much time to try to fix it up to be presentable, too much money to try to fix, too much energy to worry about and conceal. Every day, I used to wish for great hair. Every day I was ashamed of my thin hair. Every day, I woke up feeling confident, feminine and sexy inside. Then, I looked in the mirror at my natural hair and those positive thoughts were robbed from me. My natural hair forced me to feel unattractive, timid and insecure. I know who I am inside and I wanted to project that image to everyone else. To do that, my hair had to change. Women who are bald or have very thin hair, are not considered "socially acceptable" in the general public's eye. I wanted to be considered socially acceptable, my natural hair wouldn't let me. My dream hair allows me to lead a normal life. I wake up to my guy nuzzling my neck while my soft hair is brushed aside. I jump in the shower to wash my hair. I look in the mirror to see a confident and sexy woman, looking back at me. I don't waste hours trying to disguise myself to fit in. I blow dry and curl my hair and start my day with a spring in my step. I don't catch others staring at my thin hair while trying to have a conversation with me. The same confident, self assurance that I feel inside is now projected on the outside. There are no further internal battles between true persona and an incongruous outward appearance. I am finally, after a lifetime of dreaming, able to project an image that reflects the confident, sexy, intelligent, feminine woman I truly am.

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