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Anonymous said: I really need some new trainers, do you know any good shops?
Preferably a nice glass-fronted one in a quiet corner of town so me and my mates have plenty of time to check out their wares properly.

erm well how about Clarks since you’re acting like a child? :) 

Anonymous said: I have an insatiable urge to troll advice blogs with ridiculous attention seeking requests for help with my pituitary gland.
So i really need your assistance in this matter; what sort of thing will piss you off the most?

If you have to ask us what will piss us off to troll us then that just trolls you and shows that you’re stupid put some effort in next time you try this because quite frankly this is a fail. :) 

sianlouisecunt said: Could just ask you on Facebook but this way more people will start asking you stuff if you're posting publically; my hair gets greasy everyday, I don't wanna use dry shampoo and/or talcum powder, 'cause that's just a quick fix, IDEAS HOTSTUFF?! <3 xo

Well start with using a shampoo and conditioner specifically FOR greasy hair, i hear Lush do a special bar of product call Jumping Juniper thats meant to work really well, specially made to get rid of excess grease, yet be gentle enough not to stimulate the oil producing glands in the hair. You need to use a lightweight conditioner too so you dont clogg up the hair follicles at the root.  OH and when you’re washing your hair with shampoo be really gentle when youre lathering it,  because harsh scrubbing will encourage sebum production which causes hair to be MORE greasy:)  with conditioner use it on the ends of your hair first and then work your way up. Id say it might even be better not to use any at all near the roots of you hair, or at best a really small coating.

Outside of the bathroom id say steer clear of hot-oil treatments and frizz serums and try not to touch, brush or play with your hair too much as it causes oil production and spreads it through your hair :) xx

Me and my friend mark have decided

To split this blog and make it unisex, so theres advice on everything for the bros, and advice on everything for the hoes:)

we’ll change the design too so it’s more unisex:)

So I started this blog because

I feel like i wanted to help people with hair, make up, relationships, jewellry, and anything else you want help with, just ask:)
I’ll post updates on the latest seasons and trends in make up and  hair too, with some pictures just for decor;)

You can ask weather youre a girl or a boy, this blog isnt just for girls, because i know alot of guys would ask for relationship advice and advice on male jewellry etc:) 

Id also be really greatful if you could promo the blog too just while it gets up and running:)

Love and sweets,

Lexy

x

Anonymous said: I really need some new trainers, do you know any good shops?
Preferably a nice glass-fronted one in a quiet corner of town so me and my mates have plenty of time to check out their wares properly.

erm well how about Clarks since you’re acting like a child? :) 

Anonymous said: I have an insatiable urge to troll advice blogs with ridiculous attention seeking requests for help with my pituitary gland.
So i really need your assistance in this matter; what sort of thing will piss you off the most?

If you have to ask us what will piss us off to troll us then that just trolls you and shows that you’re stupid put some effort in next time you try this because quite frankly this is a fail. :) 

sianlouisecunt said: Could just ask you on Facebook but this way more people will start asking you stuff if you're posting publically; my hair gets greasy everyday, I don't wanna use dry shampoo and/or talcum powder, 'cause that's just a quick fix, IDEAS HOTSTUFF?! <3 xo

Well start with using a shampoo and conditioner specifically FOR greasy hair, i hear Lush do a special bar of product call Jumping Juniper thats meant to work really well, specially made to get rid of excess grease, yet be gentle enough not to stimulate the oil producing glands in the hair. You need to use a lightweight conditioner too so you dont clogg up the hair follicles at the root.  OH and when you’re washing your hair with shampoo be really gentle when youre lathering it,  because harsh scrubbing will encourage sebum production which causes hair to be MORE greasy:)  with conditioner use it on the ends of your hair first and then work your way up. Id say it might even be better not to use any at all near the roots of you hair, or at best a really small coating.

Outside of the bathroom id say steer clear of hot-oil treatments and frizz serums and try not to touch, brush or play with your hair too much as it causes oil production and spreads it through your hair :) xx

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Me and my friend mark have decided

To split this blog and make it unisex, so theres advice on everything for the bros, and advice on everything for the hoes:)

we’ll change the design too so it’s more unisex:)

So I started this blog because

I feel like i wanted to help people with hair, make up, relationships, jewellry, and anything else you want help with, just ask:)
I’ll post updates on the latest seasons and trends in make up and  hair too, with some pictures just for decor;)

You can ask weather youre a girl or a boy, this blog isnt just for girls, because i know alot of guys would ask for relationship advice and advice on male jewellry etc:) 

Id also be really greatful if you could promo the blog too just while it gets up and running:)

Love and sweets,

Lexy

x

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