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HelenaPS on 1/12/2012 11:32:21 PM
A really great idea is (if you don't already) use a heat protectant before you straighten, it will prevent damage and help hold your hair nice and straight all day.
Also, try an anti-humidity spray. I use Aussies "Sydney-Smooth 24 hour straight" soray, and it works really well!
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Girl Like You Advice on 9/23/2011 4:08:12 PM
Hey girlie I have recently become an advice queen and i am glad to help you. I used to be the same way as you--guy shy. The key is learning to take chances. You are never going to learn from your mistakes, or find out what could happen if you take a chance if you don't put yourself out there. It may be scary at first but what do you have to loose. Look for common intrests among people, try partnering up with someone different for class projects. Also check out "Ice Breakers" on the Guys tab, these are helpful and cute! There is a great song called "I hope you dance" by Leanne Wolmack. It is very inspiring and is about taking chances and making the most of your life. I hope this helps!
dancercheerleader219 on 5/29/2011 1:30:42 PM
Here are some great conversation starters for you.
Class: Talk about a cool t.v. show you saw last night, or a great book you just read, and if its almost time to go on vacation then talk about how excited you are and what you are going to do.
Boys: Ask about your homework or something that is happening in class, or laugh a little like you just thought of a funny joke and 99% of the time the boy will ask whats so funny, Talk about things that your doing like sports, projects, etc this is a great way to see what you have in common.
And always smile! I hope this was helpful
19gracie97 on 5/25/2011 11:08:10 PM
i have a problem with my jeans. They bunch up near my private area all the time. i try to pull them down but they make my butt look weird. all my jeans are way too long they fit around the waist but its because im only 4'8'' this happens with all my jeans and its really annoying if you can help me thanks in advance!
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