Banlaem reminds me of my hometown. From the country road to the nearby mountains to the dusty little market. To the people waiting behind shops with kids and sack of goods for sale. To the kids running along bridges under the bright sun. To the old people chewing nuts. I can't help but to smile as though I know them by hearts. Their faces reminds me of old friends, neighborhoods and family relatives.The dark-brown colored skin little creatures remind me of my little annoying self. It was all picture perfect except for the fact that they speak different language. It reminds me of once upon a time a simple but happy life. This is semi-home with the homey feeling. I miss you Aritao.I ♥ N.V!
I started using flat irons since I was 18 years old (well, that was 12 years ago?) and I’m amazed at how the industry of hair straighteners had come. Man, I think we're missing out on some great deal. Flat iron over the years, We all know the humble beginnings of hair comb or some may call them hair thongs which are made of two rods heated to straighten the hair. I never get to use this one as I was introduced to the second generation of hair straighteners and that was using a standard home clothes iron. Nah, I mean the basic flat irons made with metal plates and few heat settings. Not until the early 2000s when I saw this model with ceramic plates that most people use today. Ceramic is by far the most popular material for this product as it is both inexpensive and actually safer compared to the clothing iron or heating rods back in days. Depending on your hair type, ceramic plates are believed to lock in moisture and protect hair color. But with a lot of this model
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