Oh and by the way, i'm positive it wasn't temptu n/t


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Posted by khoa on August 26, 2002 at 04:27:09:

In reply to: The further evolution of black henna (i guess they're just cutting corners now) posted by Khoa on August 26, 2002 at 04:23:49:

: While venturing out to explore more of toronto this weekend, i came
: about something that made me really mad...Little Miss Henna (that's
: the company) is not using J-bottles to sling PPD anymore, they're
: using a paintbrush, and ppd that doesn't even closely resemble a
: paste. Even though it doesn't even have the tiniest resemblance to
: henna, it's still being advertised as henna. They used a
paintbrush,
: that was HUUUUUUGE to apply this crap. They are totally cheepening
: and adding a super negative connotation to real henna by displaying
: they're half ass artwork (probably even less than half)which'll
: probably scar someone and passing it off as something with such a
: rich culture and safety tag along with it. Worst of all people are
: actually buying it. I made a big scene and drove away alot of the
: crowd (yay!) by preeching the speach, and i think it helped that i
: said that it's "imitation henna", as this was the crowd that won't
: stand for anything imitation (perfume, clothes, glasses, toilet
: paper...if it ain't gucci, it ain't for me).
:
: But what effect do you think this'll have on us REAL henna
slingers?
: Will the crappy artwork send the crowds begging for quality
designs,
: or will the crappy artwork drive people away from henna period?

 


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