Aug. 2, 2018

WOMEN---NEVER LEAVE HOME WITHOUT YOUR RAZOR.

 

I have so-many personal stories, helpful information, and interesting facts I couldn’t put in my first book: THE BEAUTY QUEEN, Let No Deed Go Unpublished. My budget limited me to slightly more than three hundred pages but, I saved everything, determined to---someday----publish another book.  And now...I'm sharing some of my tips, suggestions, and valuable facts because....my second book is "in the works". 

This is one of my most valuable discoveries.  I'm hoping you'll read about it...then try it--beginning now... for immediate results.

Traditionally, most of us shave our under-arms, legs and--in some cases--other intimate areas of our bodies. But, you're probably over-looking the most important part of your body.I’m sharing this valuable and seldom discussed fact with women of all ages. Never leave home without your ID, cab fare, your lipstick, and... your razor.

Don’t be shocked when I insist you carry a small, disposable razor in your purse.  That simple razor will guarantee that you’ll never be caught with chin hairs, cheek whiskers, upper lip strays or any hair on any part of your face. For those who aren't shaving their face...just one look in the car’s mirror should be enough to make you panic. Too many glaring mistakes are only noticeable in the cold and unforgiving-light-of-day.

 Just one small razor will insures you won’t suffer the public embarrassment of chin whiskers or facial stubble. Just grab your razor and dry-shave those stubborn hairs away before making your public appearance.   Sure, the pesky hairs will come back but…that's another day!

 I shave my face every day…..a regiment I started more than forty years ago. I learned this medically-approved secret from an Atlanta Dermatologist (Dr. Brody) who preferred men but insisted on putting women on pedestals, like goddesses.

 Dr. Brody taught me to shave my face, every day, because it removes dead skin as well as facial hair. The results are a smoother-hairless surface. Shaving also helps control acne.  As Dr. Brody says: “Shaving is like mowing your yard:  Each stroke of the razor freshens the skin’s surface while ridding it of “weeds, dead leaves and unwanted trash.”  

 And forget the old-wives-tale about women growing a beard or mustache. Hormones, not Razors, grow hair. Shaving actually discourages….not encourages…. regrow of facial hair. And, don’t panic.  It’s a medical fact that repeated shaving DOES NOT trigger hair to grow back—thicker and quicker!

 Check out “Women Who Shave their Faces” on the Internet and you’ll discover that most Models and Actresses have been shaving their faces and necks---for years. Being photographed--up-close--magnifies imperfections, including stray hairs and  the dreadful “peach fuzz”.

 Waxing hurts, it’s messy, and can be expensive. Tweezing hurts and the Chemicals that “melt” hair away can cause severe burning, allergies, and leave your face sore and red. Those complicated procedures can’t replace a simple razor that’s ready to travel anywhere, anytime.

I buy packages of inexpensive, disposable razors for sensitive skin. Each morning, I lather my face with soap (I like Dove) and.....shave my forehead, my cheeks, around my mouth and chin, and finish with my neck. I believe in the “feel” test….just to make sure I didn’t miss anything.  I’m finished when every place I touch is smooth as glass.

I would never apply makeup to an unshaved face. Just like an artist begins each painting with a new brush and a fresh canvas….I wouldn’t waste my time putting makeup on a less-than-smooth surface. Besides…who wants unwanted hairs “popping” up to ruin your makeup masterpiece?!?! 

My advice to every woman of every age--based on my many years of experience: DON'T HESITATE TO SHAVE THAT NASTY FACIAL HAIR and PEACH FUZZ AWAY---- STARTING TODAY.

Shine your silver! You’ll feel prettier, more romantic--- and, you’ll probably kiss better. You’ll focus on the “fun business” at-hand rather than stress over bristle-brush chin hair.  Best of all, you won’t be afraid for someone to caress your cheeks-- touch your face.

Now...It’s Showtime!  “Focus those spotlights and cameras directly on me-- Mr. DeMille.  I’m ready for my Close-Up.”

Simply,

Sally

PS: This is only one of my numerous tips you’ll be able to find in my upcoming book: SILVER POLISHE