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... may miss some hair which could prolong the treatment and in effect, cost you more in the long run.
Bleaching, while not a hair removal method, can be used to lighten the dark hair that is present on any body part. Special bleaching kits are available for this purpose. Many women swear by this method while others wouldn't even bother with it. While lightened hair is harder to see from afar, it is still visible when up close and personal with someone. Another ...
... time, when ever and where ever they want. Users also like that it's painless and easily glides over their skin. The no! no! hair Removal uses Thermicon technology that sends a pulse of heat down into the hair follicle which crystallizes and weakens the follicles; which will eventually reduces hair growth at the follicle. That is why this product is safe as well as effective. It is tested and proven in many researches that this technology is as effective as laser ...
14 March 1945
Buford native, Lt. Albert Bradley, age 22, a co-pliot in a B24 Liberator, 15th Air Force, was shot down over Hungary.
He was listed as missing until his body was found and brought home to Buford on July 12, 1950. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ...
Buford - 365 Days!
3 July 1962
Rudolph Wheeler joined the Buford volunteer fire department.
3 July 1978
Bill Stephens joined the Buford volunteer fire department.
Source: Historic Buford by Handsel G. Morgan
Photo: Buford Volunteer Fird ...
Yesterday afternoon, I went exploring the ruins of an old build that was built c. 1920. It was the offices of the Shadburn Brothers.
According to H.G. Morgan, author of Historic Buford, "W.B. (Burl) and J. Loss Shadburn, doing business as the Shadburn Brothers, began operation in 1903. They made harnesses for a time on the second floor above ...