Thursday, September 5th, 2013...8:20 pm

Beauty | René Furterer Karité

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I figure if you’ve done summer right — salt, sun, chlorine, sweat, and in my case baby barf — your hair should be a disaster right about now. But if you condition the heck out of it, it doesn’t have to look it. I’ve been layering on René Furterer’s Karité leave-in conditioner, which is thick but light. And since it doesn’t need to be rinsed out I can get right back to destroying my mane.

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  • I second this – I use this product and it is great.

  • Znam te ziemniaki i bardzo bardzo lubiÄ™:) Choc przyznam, że nie wii…zeaÅ‚Ädm, że można obtaczać je też w buÅ‚ce tartej – nie mogÄ™ siÄ™ jakoÅ› zdecydować, czy ten pomysÅ‚ podoba mi siÄ™ bardzo, czy wcale;)

  • That kind of thinking shows you’re on top of your game

  • Profe, para todos los que hemos tenido el gusto de tenerlo como profesor, es claro que usted logró mucho en esta intervención, a pesar de los inconvenientes, y es seguro que varios asistentes sentirán sus palabras como una invitación a entrar en este universo fascinante de la blogósfera. ¡Ya la curiosidad está sembrada! Muchos de sus alumnos hemos entrado por usted, y hemos decidido quedarnos. Gracias por eso…

  • It’s a bit ironic that Mark Twain was both rather misanthropic at times and a political progressive. Of course, I’m not sure that either party can extrapolate his views and personality to our current time and claim him fully. One thing is sure: I would love to read his take on Palin, McCain, Obama, and Clinton (and Biden).

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