Archive for June, 2010

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I have personally used this product and it works. It is not like Latisse which says that your eyelid might stain from it. You will love the versatility and convenience of using one product for both lashes and/brows. Osmotics’ FNS Nutrilash Lash and Brow Enhancer is a breakthrough combination of vitamins, minerals and amino acids provides the nutrients essential for growing strong, healthy lashes and brows. Apply daily for thicker, healthier more beautiful lashes and/or brows. Ocular tested – completely safe for eye area.

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FNS Nutrilash features the same breakthrough technology found in Osmotics’ award winning Follicle Nutrient Serum for fine and thinning hair. Based on ground breaking research in wound healing, this proprietary mixture of vitamins, minerals and amino acids provides the essential nutrients for growing strong, healthy lashes and brows.

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Benefits – FNS Nutrilash promotes fuller, thicker, healthier more beautiful lashes and brows. All natural, patented formula strengthens and conditions. Provides essential nutrients for maximum growth. Non-irritating/ocular tested – Hygienic, single dose applicators.

To Use: Apply to clean lashes/brows every evening. Take one applicator and SLOWLY push sponge tip down into lower chamber. This will fill sponge with Nutrilash formula. Using sponge tip apply directly to lashes and/or brows. Avoid getting product directly into eyes. Dispose of applicator after using. Do not reuse. Should excess product get into eyes, simply rinse with cool water.

So if you are looking for the perfect lash growth system come on down to the Duane Reade Look Boutique and ask for the Osmotics FNS Lash and Brow Enhancer.

Where do you stand? on the side of keeping the horns? or on the side of baning them?

Personally I would get rid of them. I understand that they are an African tradition but as people have been saying and I agree with them is that they ruin the mood of the game and they are really annoying! It sounds like a million bees in your head and if that is how it sounds from the TV in the USA can you imagine if you were there trying to enjoy the game. So I am definitely on the side of removing them. The whole fun of the football game is to hear the chanting and singing.

Its where i grew up and got into football (soccer). Thanks Ta for all the Sat night Match of the Day and all the other football matches we watched together!!
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It was a 1 all draw against the USA but it was fun watching it with friends at Abi’s house!!

My first Look of the world cup 2010 is for South Africa my birth place. check it out and tell me what you think.
It was a very quick and rough idea so it hasnt been perfected but here it is!
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