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    Default Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    http://mylifeisaverage.com/s/554816

    I'm thinking about trying that out with my hair dryer tomorrow morning.

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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    hahahaha well I did spend an ungodly amount on it It should get some use and we dont have a dryer
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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    I wish people wouldnt be so quick to use the F word

    That aside, an instant sock warmer, neat o
    SunshineHair's Hair!

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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    Yay! Sounds like a great idea to me.

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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    [quote=SunshineHair;928413]I wish people wouldnt be so quick to use the F word


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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineHair View Post
    I wish people wouldnt be so quick to use the F word
    Same. I do love MLIA, but it was so much better before they added the comments feature.

    If I still had a working hair-dryer, I would be so tempted - nothing nicer than warm socks on a cold day.

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    Aww, boo hiss. I didn't even bother to read the comments. That's disappointing.

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    well straightener could be used for bangs =/

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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    Quote Originally Posted by pepperminttea View Post
    Same. I do love MLIA, but it was so much better before they added the comments feature.
    Indeed. And my brain always automatically starts reading the comments...argh, stop that!

    I'd be afraid of burning my socks.

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    Default Re: Here's how to put those old heat appliances to use!

    I have used a hair dryer to dry some article of clothing that I hand washed and needed to wear immediately in the dark ages, before I had a dryer in my home.
    My routine has changed since starting to use Rogaine regularly to try to regain some thickness. I still cleanse every other day, but I use T/Sal shampoo, followed by my beloved Suave Wild Cherry conditioner. A vinegar rinse and catnip leave in follow.

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