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just a beauty question
November 12, 2002
3:15 am
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sparkle7
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i have one of those little snail trails of black hairs near my belly button, they are not very noticable but i was just wondering if anyone else has had this and how to get rid of it. I dont want to shave it off cause that would be a pain.
And another thing...what is it with guys thinking blonde girls are SOOOO GOOD?
(no offence blondie)
I asked my boyfriend which one was best out of 2 blondes and a brown haird lady on a TV show, and he said the blonde, even tho she was dog ugly. The brown haired was way better.
If i dye my hair, my bf always says "cant u do it blonde" ahhhhh that pisses me off.

November 12, 2002
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If you must remove your belly fuzz, either use a depilatory, have it waxed off, or tweeze it. You can also bleach it. I'm a dark haired girl, so I have the dark fuzz as well, I just have it waxed at the same time I get a bikini wax.

As for why guys prefer blondes... um, not all do, believe it or not. Some prefer brunettes. Some really dig red heads. Some don't care. In fact, the ones worth having won't care what color your hair is, they will still want to be with you and think you are beautiful inside and out. But, even guys who are with someone they adore might have a "preference" for a different hair color than yours. I'm a sucker for green eyes on a guy, but my BF is blue-eyed, and my ex had deep brown eyes. Certainly wouldn't dump BF for a guy with green eyes now, would I?

November 12, 2002
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I have a faint 'snail trail'...I've always hated it, but my bf loves it! He won't let me do anything to it because he thinks it's cute (I think! He's always running his finger along it anyway).

Blondie and Ginge are right. Everyone has features that they hate, but if a person truly loves you they will look past your 'defects'.

Not many people know this about me, but when I was a baby (8 days) I had an operation on my stomach to remove some of my intestine, which as I've grown has become somewhat pinched as my stomach has been stretched. Since then I've also had my appendix removed. I've ALWAYS been self conscious about it (to this day I won't wear short tops, bikinis etc) because I'm embarrassed by it. I NEVER thought any man would love me for it - I literally thought they would be physically repulsed by touching my scars. I told my bf about it when we first started going out (I kinda had to cause he was trying to stick his hands up my shirt *grin*) expecting him to be disgusted and told him that I didn't want him to touch me, but he insisted that he look and touch it and proclaimed that they were 'cool' and that it was ridiclous for me to think that he wouldn't want to go out with me anymore. He now calls them my 'centrefold scars' (from where they stapled me as a centrefold in a magazine). I know this was a long spiel about nothing, but the point is there will be people out there that will love you for who you are and some people who are shallow enough to be concerned by things such as 'hair colour'. All you have to do is figure out which category each person falls into. I think you'll find that most people will grow to love the little imperfections because that is what makes each individual person unique :o) Trust in yourself.

November 13, 2002
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Hey, my hair can go from dark brown to sassy red (depending on the bottle)!

But no blonde! It just doesn't go with my features. And I NEVER come off as less than extremely intelligent. Not that blondes aren't smart, but the stereotype you know.

I like the bleach option myself. Nair only gets the surface hair anyway. With the bleach, you can get away with doing it once or twice every six months. Great for my arm hair and fuzzy lip too!

In any case, if you and your BF get married, he will get to see you at your very nastiest. No one is perfect. Even the prettiest person has off days. And, like Blondie and Squeezles said, stuff happens to your body and you carry the scars. I got a big shock after having a baby!

It's called living. And no one is perfect!

November 14, 2002
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i used to cover myself up too, like not wear tight t shirts and always wore a t shirt when i went in the water at the beach.
I spose most 15 yearolds do that.
BUt since i met my boyfriend, i wear bikinis and short stuff, not slutty, but he has made me feel pretty and he always tells me he loves my body so it makes me feel real good.

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