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As many of you already know, Alison Sudol (AKA: A Fine Frenzy) is an incredibly talented musician with the voice of a SPARROW ANGEL! My favorite songbird beauty just released a new single from her upcoming album “Pines” called “Now is the Start”. It’s such a fun, happy song! Click here + listen! The...
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    next hair style for work!

  • Emma Foley

    Chop sticks help keep the french twist down while you pin. So much easier! Hair tutorial from The Beauty Department

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  • Cathy Hodin

    Easy french twist The Beauty Department: Your Daily Dose of Pretty. - A FINE FRENCHY

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