At 11 you are really too young. They are expensive and very easily broken. When one breaks it can rip your natural nail off too. That hurts real bad and takes months to heal. My advice is save this money for something else. You would need your parent with you.
If they do put them on someone your age you will need your mom with you first of all to give consent/permission and second of all to pay. They can get pricey. The last time my daughter (age 18) and I got our nails done I paid 75 dollars for the two of us. Also … Read more
My daughter had the opposite too. Hers fell out but came back straight.
My wife had the exact opposite. She had wavy hair with some curl and after her chemo (her hair fell out) it was poker straight. The only thing you can do is wait and hope it stays curly.
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My solution is a bit more complex. I garden - a lot! As a result my hands were cracked, split at the finger tips and ugly as sin. This even tho I faithfully wore gloves. Now I put on lotion in the morning (any non-petroleum based lotion) and then don a pair of cheap latex … Read more
I use Muddrs Utter cream, if that doesn't work I have a hot wax machine I soak my hand in.
My grandpa's favorite for this was Corn Huskers Lotion.
Blend together a mix of hand cream and Polysporin. Wash hands, lightly dry and lather on that mix. Wear some cotton gloves . Do all this before going to bed.
You can reapply this mix lightly during the day after washing hands.
Avoid strong cleaning chemicals. If you do use chemicals, wear rubber gloves.
Lots of lotion.
If you have your hands in water a lot wear gloves.
That happens to me when I'm doing a lot of work with mortar, concrete and joint compound. I'll dab some Bag Balm on where the skin is cracked and cover it with a bandage for a day or two. And like Echooos said, lots of hand lotion.
You should use hand cream and a lot of it.
Brainwashing is wrong period. I find how universities here in America brainwash college students the most awful.
All brainwashing is wrong.
You have a particular aspect of two different cultures:
One culture that permits a woman to have a choice, and another that forbids it.
One that seeks and values the contributions of women in its society, and the other that sees females only as subservient breeding vessels.
Hard-won modern freedoms verses regressive 7th-century desert tribal … Read more
I hate the assumption that all middle easterners are brainwashed people who have no free will ,despite the fact that there are many countries in that area with very different cultures and laws, and not all of them are muslims and not all muslims practice their religion!
If covering yourself is the law, then it's the … Read more
Definition of brainwash: Make (someone) adopt radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible pressure.
Through the use of TV and magazine ads, Western women are subjected to pressure to dress a certain way. They are not beaten if they don't wear a tank top versus a button-down shirt. They have the option to dress … Read more
I think it's wrong to brainwash anyone, but who says Middle Eastern women are all brainwashed? Some of them probably don't appreciate the society they live in, but some of them probably like wearing covering clothing. I think women should wear what they want to and people shouldn't be trying to "brainwash" them into wearing … Read more
It is not the clothing, that anyone is upset with. It is the way women are treated as possessions and are not allowed to be educated, and have few rights that western people have a problem with.