Posts for December 29th 2009
It's fascinating to discover how a common, everyday item like the curling iron came to be. From the ancient Romans to the Greeks, people have been curling their locks for centuries. Take, for instance, these bronze hair curling tongs used by the early Egyptians. Scary, no? While it's debatable as to who actually invented the modern curling iron, let's see what you know about the curling iron's unique history.
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The headline sorta says it all there. After a week of substituting various old-fashioned, edible beauty recipes for my normal routine, Mr. Bella has both told me that I "smell like a salty carny" and said that he "feels bad for my face" because my skin has now broken out terribly and I can't wear makeup to cover it up. He also just called me his "little rennet" (yes, as in the cheese ingredient). The worst part is, he's just making the best of a smelly, acnefied situation. I need to adjust the recipes I'm using—big time. I've got too much to say about what's gone wrong to put it all up here, so to find out how disaster struck, just read more.