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Life of Colleen: Odds and sods, part 7

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Odds and sods, part 7
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Friday, February 26, 2010 at 6:46 PM (Pacific)

sham wow

Culled from Craigslist (beauty/fashion forum):

Try a microfiber waffleweave towel < hair-dries-faster > 02/24 13:59:25

because it absorbs so much moisture before you start to dry

Yes sham wow or the car shamies < 1stchicagostyle > 02/24 19:35:45

work well


These posts were in reference to a question about hairdryer performance...but it's something I've wanted to try for quite some time. You get one of those super-absorbent Sham Wow-type towels and use it to dry your hair in the morning (I don't like to blow-dry).

I realize I wrote something a bit stodgy the other day: Odds and sods, part 6, to the effect that long skirts are aging. I don't think long skirts are aging, but I am cautious about buying them...because it's easier for them to go wrong. They can be done well, like everything else.

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