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Old Wed, Oct-06-10, 05:42
AnniMin AnniMin is offline
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Plan: Low carb Paleo
Stats: 294/292/175 Female 5'9"
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Its nice to know there are a few women with hairy chins besides me out there. Its great that low carbing has reduced your chin hair growth dymnodsn. Once your hormones even out you'll notice even more benefits of this diet. Keep up the good work!
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Old Sat, Oct-16-10, 08:32
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Plan: my own thing
Stats: 350/269.0/199 Female 5'5
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If I can make one suggestion it would be to switch from shaving to waxing the hair. Over time with waxing, the hair comes in finer and lighter. I find I still have to pluck a few strays between sessions but overall once a month is all I need for my moustache and neck. I am hoping low carb will make a significant difference in my hair growth though.
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Old Sun, Oct-17-10, 07:27
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Plan: Low carb Paleo
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Frisbena, do you do the waxing yourself or do you have it done? Where do they do that sort of thing?
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Old Sun, Oct-17-10, 14:59
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Plan: Atkins OWL
Stats: 234/220.4/160 Female 5"8.5"
BF:its back again!
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In my area hair salons often offer waxing, mostly I do it myself, although I have found that only the hard wax works for me, the kind that dosnt need strips.
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Old Sun, Oct-17-10, 19:27
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I get it done at my salon/spa because I get my eyebrows done as well (dangerous to wax your own brows, can end up taking it half off as I learned a few years ago!). You can certainly do your own with a kit at home, upper lip is super easy.
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