Thursday, June 12, 2008
Thursday June 12, 2008
Everyone makes mistakes.
The trick is to make mistakes when nobody is looking.
Q: Is it true that when you shave, your hair grows back thicker?
A: No, the hair doesn’t really grow back thicker – it just looks like that way, explains Dr. Ronald B. Vender, director of the Dermatology Centre, a clinical research facility in Hamilton, Ont. When hair is cut or shaved, the cross-section at the cut is thicker than the tip, which has thinned due to such factors as washing your hair, exposure to the elements, wearing a hat, etc. "So while it seems at first that the hair is thicker," says Vender, "as the hair grows in length, it becomes tapered due to natural weathering."
Knot bag tutorial
Iron on vinyl Coasters
Coat rack for kids easy!
You have to see this blog talk about ideas in crafts she so great.
Turning a photo into shrinky dinks fathers day gift!
How to make sea glass earrings
That what i been doing adding blogs and comments, only way am learning how to do this blog by looking at others .Which i love looking at each one i go too.
Make this your best day ever!