Greatest Hits Edition – Easy Beauty Tip (WFMW)

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This week’s Works-For-Me Wednesday is theme day: republish one of our favorite WFMW posts. I wasn’t sure which one was my fav, so I did a little looksee through my archives.

The following post might not be one of my favorites, but I definitely needed to reread it today. I FOUND one of those hairs. I’ve been amiss on my hair duty. Oh, I’ve updated any mentions of age. Read on for more. . . .

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Easy Beauty Tip for the 40+ Crowd (Not 4 The Faint Hearted) 

I don’t mind being 50 – most of the time.
But I do mind the indignities of sprouting hair on my face.

In the morning I’m fine. Then I’ll be out in public, pat my cheek or stroke my chin and discover a 2 inch disaster!

Then I got smart. I keep a pair of tweezers in my car and by my computer. Now when I’m waiting in traffic or waiting for my (dial up) computer to get moving, I check my chin and cheeks.

I haven’t had a wayward hair embarrass me for months now. Don’t buy those cheepie silver tweezers. You don’t have to buy the most expensive ones either. Mine are the turquoise slanted kind.

That’s my Works-for-Me Wednesday tip and I’m sticking by it. Go on over to Rocks In My Dryer  for more of the Greatest WFMW Hits.

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  • 1. Jenny Arnez  |  . at .

    “….2 inch disaster”….Really? If this is what happens at 50 – it’s a good thing that I am the “much younger” sister. =)

    My “discoveries” are only 1 inch.

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  • 2. Elizabeth  |  . at .

    Another tip: If you can’t yank it out, ask your daughter for help!!

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  • […] Easy Beauty Tip Involving Tweezers […]

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