Can somebody tell me why after exactly one wear, your white t-shirt will immediately wilt, look rumpled and crumpled and change colors to a rusty yellow? It doesn't matter what brand it is, it doesn't matter what kind of cotton it is, it doesn't matter how long you've worn it, if a white t-shirt has touched your body even for just five minutes, once you take it off it's going to be completely wrinkled everywhere and a disgusting yellow. Washing it won't help because that just makes it even more rumpled. Oh man, I just realized that I may be the only one with this problem. I also just realized that I may be the only one with this problem because I *might* have a problem with body sweat. I'm now realizing that the body sweat could be why my t-shirts are turning yellow. Actually, upon further investigation, I have no problems at all with my white t-shirts. You know what I've always loved, a BLACK t-shirt and jeans. #itsnottheshirtsitsme
I'm so excited to feature the new Sassoon Salon hair collection, Mondaine. Mondaine celebrates people's individualism and boldness. Inspired by Balenciaga and Iris Apfel, the collection focuses on strong colors, bold lines, and what Sassoon is known for, their precision techniques. The Mondaine collection focuses on "bold, block colors and graphic shapes of this ideal echo the experimental silhouettes of Cristobal Balenciaga who utilized austere architectural shapes and bold color combinations in his inimitable designs." You can see more of the collection in all its perfection here.
As always, my perfect A-Line bob haircut can be yours at Sassoon Salon San Francisco located at 359 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94108 and is cut and styled by Creative Director, Michael Forrey.
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You're welcome. I have done all the work for you. I have found the perfect holiday, wedding, anytime, party dress so you don't have to. It's silky, chic and makes you glide like a ballerina. I should know because the last time I wore this dress, I was mistaken for an SF Ballet ballerina. I'm not saying it's because of the dress, but i will say that these cheeks and child bearing tummy have no business being in the SF Ballet. Therefore, this dress is obviously magic. Thank you DVF!