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Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Monday Questionnaire: Tuesday Edition

1. What, if any, products do you consider to be "grooming essentials"?

2. Complete this sentence: I hate to be _______.

3. What do you like so much that you can imagine spending money on it against your better judgment, sometimes to excess?


Blogger kStyle said...

1. Palmer's cocoa butter, a good facial moisturizer, a thick conditioner, and a frizz-reducing, curl-enhancing hair gel or oil (such as Curls Rock! or Smooth Out).

2. cold. Also, told what to do.

3. travel and good food.

9:47 AM  
Blogger Eric said...

1. A good facial scrub. Moisturizer. Shaving cream for "sensitive skin." (My face is like a baby's butt. Though only in that one way.)

2. ...forced to get married just because her father thinks it's shameful for an unwed woman to have a baby.

3. Books and DVDs. My two vices.

10:07 AM  
Blogger Emma Goldman said...

1. A good facial moisturizer w/ sunscreen (currently enamored of Aveda's); in the winter, a good body moisturizer so all of me doesn't flake away; mascara (though I don't wear it every waking moment, my eyelashes are light blond, so I wear it pretty often); a variety of shampoos; a good facial cleanser; tea tree oil, for just about any skin disorder.
2. late. And cold, for that matter.
3. Books. Going out for dinner. I don't mind spending a little too much on food for cooking so long as I actually use it, rather than let it turn into a science project in the refrigerator. Which means I should probably go home and bake a blueberry pie.

1:58 PM  
Anonymous ben said...

1. bow-ties, if I only wore them.

2. ... late. I am very often late and it probably stresses me out more than anything else. Time management, how you mock me.

3. Music. Used to be computery toys, but I've mostly recovered from that disease.

10:17 PM  
Blogger Ann said...

1. Soap, shampoo, conditioner, hand lotion in the winter, and silver hair clips--but only until I get a buzz cut

In other news, my skin has decided to revert to the adolescence it managed to avoid the first time around, so I'm looking for a good face cleaner (somehow I can't bring myself to call it "facial cleanser"). Any recommendations?

2. In crowded places. Tailgated. Exhaled upon by someone who has just brushed his or her teeth.

3. Eating out and shoes

2:34 PM  
Blogger kStyle said...

Ann, if you mean that you're having some acne, I highly recommend Queen Helene Mint Julep Face Mask. Pulls the suckers right out.

3:22 PM  
Anonymous Chelsea said...

yes queen helene is so great! im 15 years old and ive tried everything for my acne, but queen helene mint julep mask dries up the pimples without drying out ur face. and blackheads-gone. it also evens out the color in my face. i no longer have big red patches on my cheeks, and no shiny forehead. i use it every 5 days right after i get out of a steamy shower so my pores are open and ready to be cleaned. its pretty cheap, they sell it at the dollar store for 3 dollars. bye

3:55 PM  
Blogger kStyle said...

and there you have it. a witness. testify!

4:13 PM  

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