October 31, 20150 found this helpful
google china patterns, there is a website out there but i cannot remember it off the top of my head, replacementsinc.com perhaps?
August 28, 20150 found this helpful
have you tried listing it on Craigslist or Kijijji? perhaps there is a local buy and sell group in your area?
August 21, 20150 found this helpful
there are lots of cookbooks out there that feature cooking for one or two, might be worth taking a look in your local bookstore or library.
July 8, 20150 found this helpful
would you be willing to mail them to someone who could make use of them for beading?
June 11, 20150 found this helpful
This happened to my 'white' sewing machine, the only way to repair it is to take it to the repair place, there is apparently a gear that falls off inside the machine and it it is not easy for someone who has no experience to repair. I am fortunate as my son-in-law used to fix sewing machines for a living.
May 15, 20150 found this helpful
if you are looking for the cookbooks from this era, I have several. Please contact me directly.
April 27, 20150 found this helpful
Put a bread bag inside the shoe, push it up into the toes and heel, then put the excess bag over the edges of the shoe. Fill the bag with water and put into the freezer for 24 hours. This should stretch the shoes enough to be wearable. I have done this and it does work.
April 3, 20150 found this helpful
I am curious as to why you would have to ask a shopkeeper? Not sure where you live but perhaps you could get a friend with a more permissive mother to buy them for you.
March 17, 20150 found this helpful
Tell the stylist that you want the perm process reversed. Spiral perms should be outlawed. My daughter had one done when she was 13. She had beautiful long hair with a natural curl. After the spiral perm we couldn't even get a brush through the mess. She ended up having to get her hair cut short and let it grow out. Good luck
March 8, 20150 found this helpful
Do not reperm your hair, it will fall out. buy another perm of the same brand but reverse the process, use your neutralizer first, comb it through, then rinse out. then use the perm solution, comb it through and rinse thoroughly. this will return your hair to being straight. wait 6 - 8 weeks and go to a reputable salon to have a perm done. (speaking from experience, tried to perm own hair and fried it thoroughly).
February 25, 20150 found this helpful
Biore makes strips to remove blackheads, I too have this problem. I use a Biore strip once a week and it does seem to help.
I have never seen these in stores here. Does anyone know where I could purchase them?
Where does one purchase these? I would love to find some for bead storage.
The coupon idea is fine but one has to own a printer to take advantage of most of them.
A hair scrunchie would also work. I like this idea though.
December 16, 20140 found this helpful
Kudos to you. I wish I could find a job that I could do from home. People who make remarks like these are jealous (IMHO). These are the same people who make rude remarks to people who work as servers, cleaners etc. if it wasn't for service people, there would be no restaurants, no hotels, no cashiers.
November 13, 20141 found this helpful
Have you tried using magic marker (permanent markers) to colour in the spots? Over time the colour fades but it is a cheap and easy solution to cover bleach spots.
October 29, 20140 found this helpful
If you get any answers would you be kind enough to post on here, thank you (I need some, too).
October 29, 20140 found this helpful
Go back to your hair stylist, they can reverse the perm and your hair will be straight again. Do not have another perm for a few weeks.
April 16, 20140 found this helpful
Do not use olive oil on your head, it isn't good for your hair. Excessive use will cause your hair to fall out. If your scalp is itchy, try using a weekly vinegar rinse (1/2 cup vinegar to 4 cups of water), pour through your hair, rinse.