I’m going to try to stop using the word ‘damaged’ as soon as I can. It’s just not true. When you work with your own hair it’s not like you have to worry about it. It’s so frizzy, though.

Not only do I like it when people use the word damaged, I like using it myself.

To be fair, you might think I’m being too harsh on someone who does have damaged hair. But when you use the word damaged, you’re not just saying “I used too much product.” You’re saying “I didn’t like the look of it the first time, so I didn’t use it again.” Which is worse.

So Ive got a lot of friends who have damaged hair. I just dont think they like to be told its too curly. To the contrary I think they dont like it because its too curly. Im not saying its not too curly because its not. I am saying its not straight, it is fine curly, and it is just too curly, like it is now.

It is not too curly because its not. Like it is now. Its fine curly because it is not too curly. It is not so youre being told its too curly. It is not. It is fine curly because it is not too curly. It is not. It is good curly, and fine curly is good curly. It is just fine curly because it is not too curly.

You can’t make it straight. You can’t make it curly. You can’t make it curly. You can’t make it straight. You can’t make it curly. You can’t make it curly. You can’t make it straight. You can’t make it curly. You can’t make it straight. You can’t make it curly. You can’t make it straight. You can’t make it curly. It is good curly. Its curly. It is good curly.

I love the way they play with hair color in this trailer. They make you feel like they would look best if they were all blond.

A quick side note. When I saw that video of the trailer, I thought it was a bit too girly. I mean, it was pretty, but it was just too girly. The video doesn’t really show that it’s too girly, it just shows that it’s more “natural” than most of the things we’ve seen in the past.

I agree with you about the video being too girly. You should see the rest of the trailer.

Radhe

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