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  • Taylor Whitson

    DIY sugar recipe for removing hair! I can't wait to try this hoping it works as promised.

  • Sera Barnes

    hmmm.... DIY hair removal sugar recipe

  • Kitty Kat⚔

    DIY Body Sugaring Recipes For Removing Hair : TipNut.com. I def want to try this for my legs! See if it works!

  • Donna Collins

    DIY Body Sugaring (waxing)

  • Diana Harris

    DIY Sugaring Hair Removal - with home-made body sugar recipe

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