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items i cannot live without!!

hey you guys!!!!
 i kno its bn 4ever and i truly appologie but im here now so yayayayay! this is gonna b a post about the 19 affordable things i cannot live without (beauty wise)

1)garnier length n strength- $2.50-$4

2)africas bet organic olive oil deep conditioner- $3.99-$5

3)lip oil gloss- $1-$1.50

4)colored lip gloss- $1-$3

5)africas best organic olive oil moisturizer- $3-$5

6) vo5 shampoo! - $.80-$2

7) hard rollers! $2-$5

8)911 heat protectant - $2-$3

9)flat irons (for my bangs) - $10-$25

10) satin cap- $3-$6

11)big scrunchies! - $.50 - $1

12)wide tooth comb- $1

13)small tooth comb- $.25 - $1

14)boar bristle brush - $1 - $5

15)perfume!- $5-$15

16)softee styling gel - $1-$3

17)hair clips! - $1-$3

18)hair ribbons!!! - $1- $3

19)charm bracelets -$1-$20

thanks 4 reading! bye :) comment and message me 4 requests

PEACE from ur girl JP


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