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In this video I’m showing how amazing the B UNIQ shampoo can work. Its fantastic for toning, blonde highlights, grey and white hair. The purple toning formula works by nutralising the brassy, yellow tones in blonde and highlighted hair, and brightens up dull looking grey and white hair. it works on colour treated hair and natural hair too. Its a quick and easy treatment, that you can diy at home, and saves you from having to dye your hair so frequently.
After suffering my spinal cord injury i have really had to adapt in life. So Im sowing you my disability lifestyle to raise disability awareness. as a disabled woman and a woman in a wheelchair who is paralysed, I thought it would be interesting for you to see, and hopefully give you some inspiration and motivation so that you can live more independently. wether you are paraplegic or quadriplegic i hope that i can help you.
i have lots of interesting disability videos, a lot of videos on how to cope with a disability and living life in a wheelchair, wether you are a girl boy woman or man. i have some paraplegic exercise videos, and advice. its important to keep your fitness levels up as much as possible as this can when physically and mentally with depression.
This is an honest review of how the product worked for me. It may work differently for you.
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parenting sick kids when disabled
why didn’t he let me use the ramp
take this test to feel paralysed
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