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by MusicIsLove123 on 6/5/2012 9:15:55 PM
by Em&Emmalee on 6/5/2012 9:11:39 PM
by Sarah510 on 6/5/2012 9:07:23 PM
Hey teamjacob0625, mhmm yeah it is kinda difficult. Try exfoliating your legs with a good bodyscrub before shaving. It may help you get a closer shave. You could always try waxing. Hope this helps! Xoxo
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The bottom part of my legs are always smooth as a baby's bottom, but I can never seem to get all of the hair off of the top part (more specifically, on the underside of my leg). It's like an area of never-ending stubble. Shaving cream didn't help, and I've tried shaving in all sorts of directions (I read on here before that you should shave the the opposite direction that the hair's growing), but that didn't work either. Any tips? It's almost time to break out the shortie-shorts and bathing suits! Thanks! Lynae P.
by teamjacob0625 on 6/5/2012 8:56:25 PM
I just made the scrub minus the Jasmine oil(Used a different oil)almond oil(Used olive oil)honey(Used a different natural sweetener)powdered milk(Used regular milk)Epson salt(Used ONLY sea salt)and it turned out great!!
by MadMaddie911 on 6/5/2012 8:00:50 PM
5 to seven uses??????? Wow. I'm waaay overdue.
by Girlygirl22werock on 6/5/2012 7:45:38 PM
Great and helpful information. I am just fortunate to have skin where I dont get a lot of rashes, I get some but not as much as some friends I know. That bondingoverbeauty.com site seems very helpful.
by luckykel on 6/5/2012 7:02:28 PM
Hey romanticbookworm13, before you do any type of running be sure to stretch your body. Try jogging to get yourself use to using your legs and then proceed to run. You can go around your neighborhood, find a local track or head to the park. Give yourself a certain amount of laps to do within a certain amount of minutes. Start off small and then progress. I don't know much about training for cross country either, so do your research chica. You could even head to the library for some good info on training. Since you'll be using your legs a lot, it would be good to strengthen those. Doing small things like walking up and down your steps, biking or skating will help. Good luck!! Xoxo
MOD MOD MOD I signed up for the cross country and track team next year (which will be my first year of high school). I really want to do well, but I don't know what kind of running to do. I usually use the treadmill because my parents are more comfortable that way. Any good workouts? P.S. I need to work on strength training, too. Lynae P.
by romanticbookworm13 on 6/5/2012 6:52:50 PM
toats works thanks so much! <3<3
by mlennon on 6/5/2012 6:52:33 PM
Lol I just kinda swipe the blade wherever, I don't even use shaving cream or whatever haha, only soap.
by gigglez77 on 6/5/2012 6:44:08 PM
High-heeled shoes are bad for your feet.
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