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Discussion in 'The Watercooler' started by Tim Hicks (Texas), Oct 3, 2004.

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  1. Tim Hicks (Texas)

    Tim Hicks (Texas) Elite Member
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    Pamela,

    I accidentially clicked on your name and saw your profile picture. Now, I must admit I was quite impressed. Question: Is that a recent picture? If so, the Betty Boop picture does you no justice. :flowers:

    Now if we can get Garrett to loan us his tie, all the other gentlemen will post their pictures. :rainfro:
     
  2. Pamela Crowley (Florida)

    Pamela Crowley (Florida) Elite Member

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    I'll admit that pic is 4 yrs old. I also am thinking about getting another perm so I'll be curly again.

    Jim says I look better now and I choose to believe him! :p
     
  3. Dee Dee

    Dee Dee Elite Member

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    What you can't see in the photo is that her hair goes all the way down past her waist. It's gorgeous!
     
  4. Sue McHugh

    Sue McHugh Senior Member

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    I never thought about clicking on profiles, (because I can't even figure out a way to do an aviatar) but its nice to see a face behind a name! You look a whole lot wholesome than Betty!
     
  5. Tina

    Tina Senior Member

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    Pam,

    Don't perm....haven't we been through this before???

    Ruins your hair!

    :D

    TB
     
  6. Pamela Crowley (Florida)

    Pamela Crowley (Florida) Elite Member

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    But Tina, I want curls again! (that's a whine)

    I only needed to perm about once a year, but haven't done it since I started coloring. Anybody else here doing both color and perms?
     
  7. TC

    TC Elite Member

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    No doubt Bingham and Hicks!!! :D

    (not that there's anything wrong with that)
     
  8. Liz South

    Liz South Junior Member

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    Don't color & perm, its toooo much on your hair. I'll admit to the coloring (don't want to be gray before the big 50!!

    Stylist says not to perm on top of color as it will make hair too brittle.

    Enjoy your long hair, some of us wil never grow anything longer than our collar area.

    Liz S.
     
  9. DB

    DB Elite Member

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    He curls ... I color .... but neither of us do both .... He likes his gray ... :rofl:
     
  10. Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

    Jo Ann Meyer Stratton Elite Member

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    Why are you people coloring your hair!!! I worked hard for those gray hairs, every gray hair is a time I worried about a kid or a grandkid--so I am quite fond of my gray hairs! They bring back memories. The pure white ones are for the loan officers that have driven me crazy. Those remind to keep plugging away, maybe someday I'll be able to educate a loan officer. Finally gave up on the curling--didn't work anyway, so just cut it very short and let the gray and white hairs stick up in the air. Reflects my frazzled self that way.
     
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