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Old 04-14-2012, 04:13 PM
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OP, those ads on your site with the video you had to watch on the side for Tmobile got on my last nerve. I could not get past page 2.
That's why I asked for a summary, but I did click the link so I could be counted as a marketing impression.
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Old 04-14-2012, 04:25 PM
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I got responses by a little under a hundred guys-all straight. They didn't give me a list of do's / don'ts. They just told me what they preferred on a woman and what could possibly turn them off and I compiled a list based on what was repeated often. The overall thing from most guys is that they don't care much as long as it looks good on the person wearing it-but they definitely care, the same way a man cares about you size, shape, skin, teeth... I care about those thing to. It wasn't written as a guide, just a list of some things that men pay attention to. Some of it was in jest such as the last on which was told to me in the most crass way but I cleaned it up. Also, the weave on special occasions wasn't meant in place of actually doing your own hair. The guys who said that expressed they are not a fan of women wearing weaves ALL the time, but it's good once in a while....thanks for reading and responding.
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Old 04-14-2012, 04:27 PM
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Dos and donts on beauty for women by guys

rule no 1: BE AS UNREALISTICALLY BEAUTIFUL AS POSSIBLE but be it naturally otherwise you only deserve contempt

thats always how these lists go
Lol. These guys weren't the average and they appreciate realistic unairbrushed natural beauty!
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Old 04-14-2012, 04:29 PM
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probably the do's & don't for healthier hair or for hair retention or relaxed hair would go over better... jmho
That's my next one...
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Old 04-14-2012, 04:41 PM
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OP, those ads on your site with the video you had to watch on the side for Tmobile got on my last nerve. I could not get past page 2.
Sorry, I will bring that to the editors...
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