Keeping a white ferre

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Keeping a white ferre

Post by Russell Prate » Mon, 05 Apr 1999 05:00:00



Russell Prater
Kat Richardson
 Keeping a white ferre
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Hi Kat Richardson,

 KR> OK, this goes back to when I was young
 KR> and foolish and hung out with
 KR> hairdressers, but, in humans, that yellow
 KR> color is caused by oil deposits
 KR> and Ph balance (or imbalance) between
 KR> hair and scalp oils. Folks with
 KR> white, platinum or silver hair, or light
 KR> bleached blonds, often have
 KR> trouble keeping their hair lovely, so
 KR> cosmetic science has a solution:
 KR> color corrector/enhancer. A purple enhancer is added to ordinary
 KR> shampoo or rinse to eliminate yellow tones. A blue one is used for
 KR> killing off orange or "brassy" tones. If

I get a kick ot of the old women who use so much of it that their hair
is blue. :-)

 KR> Can you guess what color my hair is?

Blue?       :-) (ducking and running!)

Russ, Booger, Bonnie & Clyde

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Keeping a white ferre

Post by Russell Prate » Wed, 07 Apr 1999 04:00:00


Russell Prater
Angelina Martin
 Keeping a white ferre
86:104/0
86:104/0.1
Hi Angelina Martin,

 AM> Thanks Russel.  Yes, I am in the UK, but
 AM> I'm about to place an order with
 AM> the Ferret Store anyway, so I'll get that.

Welcome. I just placed a $30 order with them. The local shop where I
have been getting Ferretvite moved and now they have almost no ferret
stuff. They sold me a tube of NutriCal, but it stinks like fish oil and
my fuzzies don't like it. While I was at it I ordered some Cheweasels
and a quart of Nature's Miracle, a solution that is supposed to
completely remove the odor from areas where they have made mistakes.

Russ, Booger, Bonnie & Clyde

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Keeping a white ferre

Post by Kat Richards » Fri, 09 Apr 1999 04:00:00


On Sun, 04 Apr 1999 22:06:11 ,

 brought forth the following words...:

Quote:
>Russell Prater
>Kat Richardson
> Keeping a white ferre
>86:104/0
>86:104/0.1
>Hi Kat Richardson,

> KR> OK, this goes back to when I was young
> KR> and foolish and hung out with
> KR> hairdressers, but, in humans, that yellow
> KR> color is caused by oil deposits
> KR> and Ph balance (or imbalance) between
> KR> hair and scalp oils. Folks with
> KR> white, platinum or silver hair, or light
> KR> bleached blonds, often have
> KR> trouble keeping their hair lovely, so
> KR> cosmetic science has a solution:
> KR> color corrector/enhancer. A purple enhancer is added to ordinary
> KR> shampoo or rinse to eliminate yellow tones. A blue one is used for
> KR> killing off orange or "brassy" tones. If

>I get a kick ot of the old women who use so much of it that their hair
>is blue. :-)

> KR> Can you guess what color my hair is?

>Blue?       :-) (ducking and running!)

>Russ, Booger, Bonnie & Clyde

PURPLE! <flinging rolled socks in Russell's direction> No, actually, it's
"indeterminate ash"

What I want to know (and have yet to discover) is why some old ladies have
PINK hair.... Maybe they've been washing in tomato juice?

--
Kat Richardson
"Mmmm, shoe leather, my favorite."