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By HAL PIPER | October 1, 1994
Father was introduced to the exciting world of shampoo when he had to use the teen-ager's shower while the master bathroom was being painted.In his own shower Father uses regular shampoo most of the week. Saturdays he uses dandruff shampoo, in memory of when he had enough hair to generate dandruff. Both products are available in Daughter's bathroom, but as Father studied the bottles on her counter he experienced the exquisite agony of Choice Overload.There was Anti-Frizz Taming Concentrate, said to ''de-frizz without hold.
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Dan Rodricks | December 28, 2013
The 1970s corruption investigation known as Abscam, celebrated in "American Hustle," one of the holiday season's hottest movies, had its roots in Baltimore. It was in Charm City that the FBI tested the sting-style operation that marked Abscam as a particularly theatrical and effective form of undercover investigation. Baltimore FBI agents later trained those who carried out the Abscam sting. Abscam famously featured FBI agents posing as Arab sheiks, along with an accomplished con artist (played by Christian Bale in "American Hustle")
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By Catherine Cook | August 29, 1991
It's so difficult to choose. Should you get the shampoo that promises improved elasticity or the one that guarantees extra bounce? Should you believe Victoria Principal's pitch for Jhirmack or Kelly LeBrock's endorsement of Pantene?Paul Linthicum of Johann and Rene Hair Designers mentionedJhirmack as "pretty good," although he considered his salon's own hair products under the label, Top Hair, superior and competitively priced, at $6.20 for a 16-ounce bottle of shampoo.Cheryl Buxbaum of Cheryl's Salon says she would probably buy Jheri Redding or Sassoon items if she ran out of salon products and just had to run to the grocerystore.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2012
Michael Phelps has another important swimming event this week in Indianapolis. But it seems everyone wants to talk about the Baltimore Olympian's new shampoo commerical for Head & Shoulders. His Subway spots didn't generate this much buzz. But he had clothes on in those. Okay, he's got some clothes on in the commericial. But in at least half of it, it's shot so that he looks, well, naked. He's in the shower, sudsing up in slow motion. “So, what's Michael selling here?
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Sun Fashion Editor | May 20, 1994
In a Preakness week when Baltimore goes mad for horses, it shouldn't come as a surprise that folks in horse circles are sharing shampoo and grooming products with their four-legged charges.Makers of equine products figured it out about four years ago when they noticed a run on horse shampoos that was inconsistent with their market estimates. The stuff was being used by humans.Mane 'n Tail shampoo, made by Straight Arrow, was one of the first to come flying out of the gate, spurred on by tips and stable gossip.
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By Sheila Anne Feeney and Sheila Anne Feeney,New York Daily News | April 24, 1991
Take it from the top: Millions of Americans are itching for relief from dandruff.Dandruff afflicts not only the scalp, but can pop up on the eyebrows, sides of the nose, underarms, groin, chest and in the ears, notes Dr. Michael Jacobs, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at Cornell Medical College.Technically known as seborrheic dermatitis, dandruff can trouble anyone from infants to the elderly, and is often mistakenly identified as psoriasis, which plagues 3 million Americans. Sometimes, elements of both conditions combine in a hybrid known as sebo-psoriasis.
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May 18, 1995
A Brooklyn Park man was arrested Tuesday evening and charged with trying to shoplift $42 worth of shampoo from a Brooklyn Park Rite Aid store, county police said yesterday.Barry Cornish, 30, a security officer, saw a man walk into the store in the first block of Hammonds Lane about 6:10 p.m. and hide 10 bottles of shampoo inside his shirt. He left the store without paying for the merchandise, and Mr. Cornish stopped him.James Bennett, 31, of the 900 block of Victory Ave., was charged with misdemeanor theft.
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By Los Angeles Daily News | November 14, 1990
Parents, you have a new weapon in the battle of the bathtub. Super Mario Brothers, the cartoon and Nintendo game, just generated another commercial product: Super Mario Bros. Shampoo and Bubble Bath are now available for less than $3 in department stores. The new entry in the anti-grime arsenal comes in two shampoo formulas: Tear Free for 3- to 5-year-olds and Smoothes Tangles for 6- to 9-year-olds.*If Barbie were real, we'd probably hate her for being beautiful, exceedingly well-dressed and coiffed and, most of all, rich.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Sun Staff | February 20, 2000
Crowning glories: Art for a confident few Wouldn't it be swell to be queen for a day? Now you can be the queen of kitsch for a day or even a year by wearing your very own head-art crown, cap or headband ornamented with doll parts, paste jewels, shards of Mylar pompons, Christmas decorations, pipe cleaners, pinwheels and whatever else strikes Federal Hill artist Linnie Greene's fancy. Head art is not for the timid. "They're for people who love to enjoy life and have a good time," Greene explains as she tries on a headband decorated with a semi-naked doll swathed in a feathery hula skirt.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | August 19, 2010
Baltimore Fashion Week VIPs will be treated to swag bags (gift bags) each night. Baltimore Fashion Week organizers allowed The Baltimore Sun to photograph some of the items that guests will receive this year. (Items from Banana Republic and Levi's had yet to arrive by publication time.) The items include: Back to Basics citrus shower sage gel Back to Basics kiwi melon body lotion Strawberry lemonade body lotion by Bed Head Bubblebath for kids by Avon Herbal shampoo by Melaleuca Dove ultimate beauty deodorant Bain de terre: balancing shampoo, balancing conditioner, smoothing gel and shaping gel Ambi creamy oil lotion Avon gift bag SeptiFile (sanitizable nail file system)
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | August 19, 2010
Baltimore Fashion Week VIPs will be treated to swag bags (gift bags) each night. Baltimore Fashion Week organizers allowed The Baltimore Sun to photograph some of the items that guests will receive this year. (Items from Banana Republic and Levi's had yet to arrive by publication time.) The items include: Back to Basics citrus shower sage gel Back to Basics kiwi melon body lotion Strawberry lemonade body lotion by Bed Head Bubblebath for kids by Avon Herbal shampoo by Melaleuca Dove ultimate beauty deodorant Bain de terre: balancing shampoo, balancing conditioner, smoothing gel and shaping gel Ambi creamy oil lotion Avon gift bag SeptiFile (sanitizable nail file system)
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By Steve Dale and Steve Dale,McClatchy-Tribune | June 10, 2007
Why is it so many people find themselves wetter than the dog they're bathing? "It's a matter of technique," says Caryn Stichler, director of marketing at Sergeant's Pet Care Products Inc. The fact is, a bath is a good thing, even if your dog doesn't agree. Dr. Cecilia Friberg, a veterinary dermatologist in Chicago, says it's "an old dog's tale" that you can't bathe a dog daily. In fact, she prescribes daily bathing for some of her canine clients with allergies. Some allergens are absorbed through a dog's skin.
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By Dawn Fallik and By Dawn Fallik,Knight Ridder / Tribune | October 31, 2004
Your hair is drab. Dull. Fine. Gone. Needs more volume. Needs less frizz. It needs something. Maybe it needs cetyl alcohol. Mixed with a dash of propylene glycol, and how about a little butane? Once upon a time, people lathered, rinsed, never repeated, and went on their merry bad-hair days. Then, science and chemistry specialized the way folks wax and pomade, condition and shine. About 10 years ago, companies began creating new compounds so they could design products for specific hair types, for curls and fine hair and thick locks alike.
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By Mark Magnier and Mark Magnier,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 13, 2003
TOKYO - Japan brushed off threats yesterday by Pyongyang that it would torpedo relations between the two countries unless Tokyo eased maritime restrictions against North Korean vessels. "We have conducted ... inspections in line with our law," Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda told reporters, adding that he hoped North Korea would judge Japan's newly tightened inspection procedures against the communist state in a "reasonable and cool-headed manner." North Korea suspended ferry service to Japan this week in response to the tough talk from Tokyo on ship inspections.
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By Dusko Doder | January 5, 2003
WASHINGTON - Five days after the U.S. assault on Afghanistan began more than a year ago, the Bush administration created a new State Department position whose job is to sell America overseas. It marked an urgent effort to deal more effectively with an unsettled and turbulent post-9/11 world. The White House hired Charlotte Beers as undersecretary of state for public diplomacy. She was known during the 1990s as the "Queen of Madison Avenue" for her magic touch in successfully promoting consumer products.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | October 7, 2002
At the Oasis homeless shelter in Baltimore, a man carrying a plastic bag and a backpack hesitantly enters the cavernous, nearly empty room - its brick walls newly painted pale pink. "They told me I could get my hair cut here," he says softly. Rob Cradle warmly welcomes the man to his makeshift barber's station - his clippers, scissors, towels and aftershave neatly set up on a windowsill. Once seated in the chair, the man - whose name is Michael - closes his eyes as Cradle begins to trim with the electric clippers, finishing with a splash of aftershave and a brush of the shoulders to whisk away fallen hair.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Sun Staff | January 30, 2000
Cool hair tips for wintertime Cold air outdoors and dry heat indoors make for some bad hair days this time of year. You don't have to go around with the hair of Edward Scissorhands this winter, however. Some tips from Twist, a teen magazine that describes itself as having a "get-real approach to fashion and beauty." * Static electricity -- Put a tiny glob of clear lip gloss or Vaseline into your palm, rub your hands together and smooth over surface of hair, concentrating on flyaway ends.
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By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1997
They didn't use electric buffers or polishers at Bob's Auto Cleaning. And those fancy car carpet shampoo machines never really appealed to Robert Duren.At Bob Duren's shop, they cleaned cars the old-fashioned way: with human buffers and Turtle Wax; with a mound of foam shampoo and a trained professional with a bristle brush; with elbow grease and sweat.And Mr. Duren, 81, who died Monday at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center from injuries he received in a car accident in November, was usually the one who applied the most manpower.
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By Halle Gaut and By Halle Gaut,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 8, 2002
How many times do you walk into a store and see some charming, homespun-looking item that you can't seem to live without. Maybe it's a skirt, a pillow or a simple bib. You check the price tag and then choke. For what it is, you think you could make it yourself. In her new book, Sew Fast Sew Easy (Griffin Trade, $22.95), Elissa Meyrich shows you how. Meyrich covers the basics of sewing in 100 short, easy-to-read pages. She talks about everything from sewing on a button to understanding fabric personalities to getting over the fear of using a sewing machine.
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By Halle Gaut and Halle Gaut,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 18, 2002
Hey, guys, no need to help yourself to your significant other's shampoo anymore. You can now have your own hair products. Renowned hair expert Frederic Fekkai has finally moved into the made-for-a-man market. Known for his common-sense approach to hair and beauty, Fekkai has worked with many celebrities, including Ralph Fiennes, Griffin Dunne, David Bowie and Peter Gallagher. His new collection consists of a shampoo ($20), a light conditioner ($20), hair gel ($18.50) and grooming clay ($18.
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