Tresses Thursday 11/24/2016

Hello all! Welcome to Tresses Thursday, where I share hair updates, hairstyles, and tips. This week’s hairstyle is just three simple buns. Check back in a few days to see what it looks like un-bunned.20160518_091329

So, how did I make this hair style? First, I washed my hair using Andalou hair products.
I’m trying out Giovanni Direct Leave-In Conditioner  and so far it

has been working great! Secondly, with a thick-toothed comb I comb ocomb-678534_1920.jpgut my hair. Thirdly, I part my hair across and down in the middle in the front. Then, I twisted all the hair in the back in to a bun. Finally, I twisted the two sections in the front,
right first then left. To catch fly-away’s and short hairs I
use a clipclips-515516_1920.jpg.

And viola, there you have the simple 3-bun hairstyle!

Thick-tooth comb

Hair Clips

FULL ARTICLE Benjamin Fulford 11-21-16… “Hungary, the UK, the US, Bulgaria, Moldova free from Khazarian control, Austria, Italy, South Korea next”

wild 3am read…peace & love to all humans & to our 🌎

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benjamin_fulford_in_canoe_133[Kp note: Here is an alternative link to the 2017 Economist cover. I corrected Ben’s link below, so it now appears to be working.]

Full weekly report from Ben. Confirmations all over the place that we are indeed in the New Planetary Revolution!!

Some may wish to read David Wilcock’s comments on this as well.

“The liberation of the planet earth from Khazarian gangster control is now snowballing. The UK liberated itself with the Brexit vote while the Americans freed themselves by electing Donald Trump as President… followed immediately by anti-Khazarian regime change in Bulgaria and Moldova.

“In South Korea as well, Khazarian puppet President Park Geun Hye has been exposed as totally corrupt and is being removed from power. In Japan too, right-wing forces are moving against Khazarian proxies…

“Much of this outcome hinges on the nearly over but still not finished power struggle in Washington D.C.


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