Let me just put it right out there:
I'm mad at my friend Marilynn (but it won't matter since she doesn't read this blog, so I'm in the clear posting it. She'll just have to figure it out on her own).

APPARENTLY there's a product out there called DRY SHAMPOO. I've seen it on like FOUR shows over the past 2 weeks. It's Hollywood's "secret weapon" and EVERYONE uses it.

So WHY HAVE I NOT HEARD OF THIS BEFORE?!??! (And it would've come in handy more than a couple of times, let me tell you...).

The idea behind it is that girls shouldn't wash their hair everyday because it's bad for it (yeah, OK, whatever). So, you spray on this DRY SHAMPOO and it refreshes your hair and smells just like it's been washed (again, yeah, OK, whatever). According to Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo,you can:

Refresh, revive, and recharge hair and scalp without water. Pronto is perfect for use between washings, in a rush, as a midday hair pick-me-up, or when you overdose on styling product.

So, if you're Paris Hilton, for example, and you've spent all day, um...sleeping in and then tanning right up until club time, you can spray this dry shampoo in your weave and no one will ever know that you were smoking and drinking until 6 a.m. the night before with Mary Kate and Ashley.

Handy, huh?

Since I have a considerably less glamorous life than that, I need dry shampoo for another reason. (And it's NOT because I don't shower. OK, well, since Ella came that IS a problem some days, but that's another post). For some reason, smells stick to my body like super glue -- check that -- body AND hair. So if we go out to have Mexican food and then go to a movie after (hahahahahhahahahahhahahhahahahahhahahaha - see what I did right there? I just pretended that I go out - funny, huh?!?), then I smell Mexican food ALL NIGHT in my hair and on my clothes.


Which brings me back around to being mad at my friend Marilynn (who is in the "beauty" industry), "WHY HAVEN'T YOU TOLD ME HOW TO GET RID OF FAJITA HAIR BEFORE THIS?!?!"

In case you're wondering, I haven't tried it yet (mainly because I gave up spending $20 on a bottle of shampoo long ago), but I will. And when I do? I'll tell you all about it. Fajita hair and all.

Is anyone else craving Mexican food?!?


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