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Brandi Glanville Responds To Criticism Over Her Drunken Antics

10 July 2013 | 8:17 pm Recently, we learned all about Brandi Glanvilles drunken antics that happened earlier this week. Now, The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star is standing up to the criticism she has since been bombarded with. Brandi Glanville was recently out drinking with pals when the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star had a little too much […] http://realitytvmagazine.sheknows.com/2013/07/10/brandi-glanville-responds-to-criticism-over-her-drunken-antics/

Brandi Glanville's mega wardrobe malfunction

10 July 2013 | 8:06 pm There’s a time and a place for everything, including getting your drink on. http://www.monstersandcritics.com/people/news/article_1716969.php/Brandi-Glanville-s-mega-wardrobe-malfunction

Brandi Glanville Gets Sloppy

10 July 2013 | 6:39 pm Here are my picks for todays three Web must-sees! http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/07/10/break-time-brandi-glanville-gets-really-really-really-drunk/

<b>Brandi Glanville</b> Deflects Drunken Night Out With Major Diss At <b>…</b>

10 July 2013 | 5:29 pm Attack is the best form of defense, at least in Brandi Glanville's world. After she partied, stumbled and lost part of her dress during a boozy night out in Hollywood on Monday, the ex-wife of Eddie Cibrian somehow managed to  http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/07/brandi-glanville-deflects-drunken-night-out-major-diss-leann-rimes/

<b>Brandi Glanville</b> Kind Of Apologizes For Putting Her Boobs And <b>…</b>

10 July 2013 | 3:40 pm Brandi Glanville took to Twitter to explain her drunk wardrobe malfunction. http://perezhilton.com/2013-07-10-brandi-glanville-twitter-nip-slip-apology

<b>Brandi Glanville</b> Drunk Wardrobe Malfunction Star Responds To <b>…</b>

10 July 2013 | 2:02 pm 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Brandi is playing some serious defense on Twitter after she was photographed drunk with her breast and butt on display. http://hollywoodlife.com/2013/07/10/brandi-glanville-drunk-wardrobe-malfunction-pics-twitter/

Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders, Bruce, Leslie, Glanville, Bran

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14 Responses to Brandi Glanville

    • Curator says:

      I’ve tried everything, best for me is using a tweezer Revlon the black one. Takes seconds and I’m good to go!

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      EXAMPLE OF ONE FROM YA Poster, who’ve tried everything. . .
      -WAXING: the wax usually irritates my sensitive skin. I used an organic wax once and it worked out much better than the regular one I used but it still didn’t stop my skin from getting red & irritated.
      -THREADING: this is an option that isn’t as bad as the other things I have used. But I prefer not to do it unless it really is the only other option I have.
      -SMOOTHAWAY: this is the little pink hair removing applicator. If you’re not familiar with it, look it up on Google and you might get an idea as to what it is. I use Smoothaway when I don’t have another option. But more often than not it irritates my skin and my skin turns red on the sides of my upper lip. And it makes it worse when I try to put my face lotion on.
      -HAIR REMOVING CREAM: I used this a few times but this irritates my skin more than anything else I have ever used. My skin turns red and all that….

  • Tweeter says:

    Laser Hair Removal NEWBIE- Med/Dark Skin- Help!? Hi everyone,

    I have been thinking about getting laser hair removal on a small area. My skin colour is med/dark (tan) and my hair colour is dark. I have thick hair. I heard mixed reviews about laser hair removal; some people say it works wonders, and others say it barely works. I am hoping that it is an effective method that will remove hair from my underarms in about 6 sessions or so. I also want to make sure the hair does not come back as some people say it does, or after some months (this would be a huge waste of money for me). Based on your experiences, will it work on me, my skin and hair type?

    SKIN TONE
    I’ve heard that some lasers do not work well on darker skin tones (I have brown skin). Is this true, and if so, which lasers will work well on me? I have heard of the Nd-YAG for darker skin, but my local salon uses Soprano XL and they say it is good for darker skin tones as well.

    DISCOLOURATION
    I have also heard that darker skin can have discolouration as a side effect depending on the laser used, etc. Is there any truth to this?

    PROMOS
    I have heard that you should avoid places that offer promotions (like a block of sessions) at a discounted rate. Supposedly the best salons and spas don’t need to discount. Is this always true or just a generalization?

    Please let me know your experiences, I want to get as much information as possible before I sign up for something like this as I do not want to waste my money or time, or to have any negative side effects.

    • Curator says:

      Do you know how much hair you got? That will cost a lot of money!!!!

      Lasers work best on people with pale skin and dark hair (like me!), but these days there are even options for women with dark skin and light hair. Keep in mind dark skin may require 2-3 more sessions.

      It’s impossible to predict how successful lasers will work on everyone. Results depend on the quality of the laser, the type of hair you have and the number of procedures you have done. Never trust a company that guarantees hair removal. I suggest you try to a consultation in person before you sign up.

      Laser hair removal isn’t cheap (about $200-$500 a session depending on where you live and the areas being treated. Again, it takes about 6 sessions to get rid of 70% of hair permanently. Touch-ups are always an option at about $100-$150 a session. With treatments averaging $65 per five minutes and a series of sessions required, permanent hair removal businesses are being set up in shopping centres and beauty clinics.

      Glamour magazine ex-editor ended up scarred for life. For this very reason, you want to skip the discount places and get treated by a trained technician at an established medical facility. These places do NOT offer discounts.

      Example of one who had them done.
      My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don’t want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      THE laser hair removal industry should be subject to national regulations to protect people from being burned in their quest to remove unwanted body hair, consumer magazine Choice says. An investigation of six salons and clinics in Sydney found four had staff who were not trained in operating hair removal machines, while two had received training from the equipment manufacturer. ~ AAP, October 20, 2011.
      Laser Hair Removal Experts Issue Warning Following Television Exposé
      A shocking television report into laser burns inflicted upon unwitting consumers has prompted industry leaders Facial Attraction to issue a simple warning -don’t tar all reputable laser specialists with the same brush.
      Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
      With an ever-increasing amount of consumers opting for laser hair removal, Melbourne specialists Facial Attraction have issued a response to a recent current affairs television program that shocked viewers with depictions of painful laser burns and spread of infection on an acne sufferer. According to this leading clinic, the primary issues revolve around the use of cheaper equipment and largely inexperienced and under trained operators.
      “This report highlights the danger of selecting your laser hair removal or laser skin treatment provider based purely on price or convenience. Outlets vary considerably, and experience counts for everything,” stresses Kirsty Warren, Clinic Manager.
      Laser or waxing, once you stopped, THEY WILL COME BACK as before. It’s totally a waste of $$$$. It is a billion dollar business, btw. NONE is permanent.
      Charlie’s Angels actress Drew Barrymore recently revealed that her pregnancy hormones were so overwhelming while expecting daughter Olive, she grew a beard. She said: “I got a wonderful little goatee, and it was red! I also got hyper pigmentation on my cheeks.”

  • Laser Hair Removal On Arms? To someone who knows a lot about it or has had it done on their arms before, how many treatments did you have to have or would you suggest, when did you start seeing results and were your arms smooth after completing treatment ? After laser hair removal is completed ( like after all the treatments not just the first one ) will your skin be wrecked at all or if I have naturally soft akin will it stay soft ? What are the pros and cons of it ? Any info basically that anyone had on laser hair removal for arms, please tell me. ( I already know is costly and that more than one treatment is needed )

    • Curator says:

      Do you know how much hair you got? That will cost a lot of money!!!!

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      Glamour magazine ex-editor ended up scarred for life. For this very reason, you want to skip the discount places and get treated by a trained technician at an established medical facility. These places do NOT offer discounts.

      Example of one who had them done.
      My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don’t want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?

      THE laser hair removal industry should be subject to national regulations to protect people from being burned in their quest to remove unwanted body hair, consumer magazine Choice says. An investigation of six salons and clinics in Sydney found four had staff who were not trained in operating hair removal machines, while two had received training from the equipment manufacturer. ~ AAP, October 20, 2011.
      Laser Hair Removal Experts Issue Warning Following Television Exposé
      A shocking television report into laser burns inflicted upon unwitting consumers has prompted industry leaders Facial Attraction to issue a simple warning -don’t tar all reputable laser specialists with the same brush.
      Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
      With an ever-increasing amount of consumers opting for laser hair removal, Melbourne specialists Facial Attraction have issued a response to a recent current affairs television program that shocked viewers with depictions of painful laser burns and spread of infection on an acne sufferer. According to this leading clinic, the primary issues revolve around the use of cheaper equipment and largely inexperienced and under trained operators.
      “This report highlights the danger of selecting your laser hair removal or laser skin treatment provider based purely on price or convenience. Outlets vary considerably, and experience counts for everything,” stresses Kirsty Warren, Clinic Manager.
      Google: Convicted Laser Hair Specialist Forfeits Right to Practice
      Des Gachons, found guilty of practicing unlicensed medicine, was given two years probation. Published August 31, 2012

      Google: State investigating Forever Young medical spa: http://www.katu.com/news/problemsolver/State-investigating-Forever-Young-medical-spa-195471101.html

      Laser or waxing, once you stopped, THEY WILL COME BACK as before. It’s totally a waste of $$$$. It is a billion dollar business, btw. NONE is permanent.

  • Sean says:

    Did Laser Hair Removal Work For You? And what skin type do you have? I’m very sensitive to the point i cant really use a face wash as it will dry my skin out so will this be safe for me?

    • Curator says:

      Do you know how much hair you got? That will cost a lot of money!!!!

      Lasers work best on people with pale skin and dark hair (like me!), but these days there are even options for women with dark skin and light hair. Keep in mind dark skin may require 2-3 more sessions.

      It’s impossible to predict how successful lasers will work on everyone. Results depend on the quality of the laser, the type of hair you have and the number of procedures you have done. Never trust a company that guarantees hair removal. I suggest you try to a consultation in person before you sign up.

      Glamour magazine ex-editor ended up scarred for life. For this very reason, you want to skip the discount places and get treated by a trained technician at an established medical facility. These places do NOT offer discounts.

      Laser hair removal isn’t cheap (about $200-$500 a session depending on where you live and the areas being treated. Again, it takes about 6 sessions to get rid of 70% of hair permanently. Touch-ups are always an option at about $100-$150 a session. With treatments averaging $65 per five minutes and a series of sessions required, permanent hair removal businesses are being set up in shopping centres and beauty clinics.

      Example of one who had them done.
      My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don’t want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?

      Laser or waxing, once you stopped, THEY WILL COME BACK as before. It’s totally a waste of $$$$. It is a billion dollar business, btw. NONE is permanent.
      There are temporary and permanent side effects, related to laser hair removals. About 114,000,000 results 2-12. http://www.4laserhairremoval.com/article/risks-side-effects or waxing. About 1,150,000 results (0.56 seconds) 5-12.

      Charlie’s Angels actress Drew Barrymore recently revealed that her pregnancy hormones were so overwhelming while expecting daughter Olive, she grew a beard. She said: “I got a wonderful little goatee, and it was red! I also got hyper pigmentation on my cheeks.”

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      THE laser hair removal industry should be subject to national regulations to protect people from being burned in their quest to remove unwanted body hair, consumer magazine Choice says. An investigation of six salons and clinics in Sydney found four had staff who were not trained in operating hair removal machines, while two had received training from the equipment manufacturer. ~ AAP, October 20, 2011.

      Laser Hair Removal Experts Issue Warning Following Television Exposé
      A shocking television report into laser burns inflicted upon unwitting consumers has prompted industry leaders Facial Attraction to issue a simple warning -don’t tar all reputable laser specialists with the same brush.
      Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
      With an ever-increasing amount of consumers opting for laser hair removal, Melbourne specialists Facial Attraction have issued a response to a recent current affairs television program that shocked viewers with depictions of painful laser burns and spread of infection on an acne sufferer. According to this leading clinic, the primary issues revolve around the use of cheaper equipment and largely inexperienced and under trained operators.
      “This report highlights the danger of selecting your laser hair removal or laser skin treatment provider based purely on price or convenience. Outlets vary considerably, and experience counts for everything,” stresses Kirsty Warren, Clinic Manager.

      Google: Convicted Laser Hair Specialist Forfeits Right to Practice
      Des Gachons, found guilty of practicing unlicensed medicine, was given two years probation. Published August 31, 2012

      Laser or waxing, once you stopped, THEY WILL COME BACK as before. It’s totally a waste of $$$$. It is a billion dollar business, btw. NONE is permanent.

      THREE MOST COMMON MYTHS:
      1.The rate of hair regrowth will not change because of hair removal.
      2.Hair coverage will not change in density; your body has a set number of hair follicles.
      3.Ingrown hairs are common but not impossible to avoid; everyone has different susceptibility to ingrown hairs.

  • What To Ask When Getting Electrolysis Hair Removal? How Safe Is It? I live in Texas. I was thinking about getting it done in Houston because there are several electrologists who belong to the American Electrology Association, but I’m thinking I’m just getting it done where I live.

    I’m a guy and I want to remove my “beard” and the hairs from my toes. It never really grew out fully and looks kind of ugly.

    Anyway, this seems to be the only electrologist in my area:


    http://irmavallejo.liveonatt.com/

    I’ve heard that some of the side effects are scarring and hyperpigmentation. How common are they though? And does the place look good? It seems like she has an old machine.

    • Curator says:

      No one looks forward to their hair removal routine, regardless of what it is. Each option comes attached to its unique drawbacks. Shaving is terribly time-consuming and has to be repeated daily in order to achieve best results. Waxing is painful while hair removal creams can be smelly and irritating to the skin. Electrolysis is effective and near-permanent… but it’s also expensive to the point of being outside of the average person’s budget.There is NOTHING PERMANENT, not even laser. Once you stopped? They will grow back like before, it’s permanent FOR YOU, because you have to keep at it. . . . for EVER & EVER.

      Charlie’s Angels actress Drew Barrymore recently revealed that her pregnancy hormones were so overwhelming while expecting daughter Olive, she grew a beard. She said: “I got a wonderful little goatee, and it was red! I also got hyper pigmentation on my cheeks.”

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      Glamour magazine ex-editor ended up scarred for life. For this very reason, you want to skip the discount places and get treated by a trained technician at an established medical facility. These places do NOT offer discounts.

      Example of one who had them done.
      My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don’t want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?

      Do you know how much hair you got? That will cost a lot of money!!!!
      Lasers work best on people with pale skin and dark hair (like me!), but these days there are even options for women with dark skin and light hair. Keep in mind dark skin may require 2-3 more sessions.

      It’s impossible to predict how successful lasers will work on everyone. Results depend on the quality of the laser, the type of hair you have and the number of procedures you have done. Never trust a company that guarantees hair removal. I suggest you try to a consultation in person before you sign up.

      Laser hair removal isn’t cheap (about $200-$500 a session depending on where you live and the areas being treated. Again, it takes about 6 sessions to get rid of 70% of hair permanently. Touch-ups are always an option at about $100-$150 a session. With treatments averaging $65 per five minutes and a series of sessions required, permanent hair removal businesses are being set up in shopping centres and beauty clinics.

  • Tria 4x Laser Hair Removal? I know that the tria 4x can be used for your bikini area.. Does this mean you can use it on your whole pubic area so that you are left with no hair? And also, for someone who has never done waxing or laser treatments is this a painless thing to do? I would like an honest answer or any other facts about this. Please do put time in to your answers. It is much appreciated.

    • Curator says:

      Example of one who had them done.
      My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don’t want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      TRIA Kim Kardashian lawsuit About 3,3500,000 results.

      THE laser hair removal industry should be subject to national regulations to protect people from being burned in their quest to remove unwanted body hair, consumer magazine Choice says. An investigation of six salons and clinics in Sydney found four had staff who were not trained in operating hair removal machines, while two had received training from the equipment manufacturer. ~ AAP, October 20, 2011.
      Laser Hair Removal Experts Issue Warning Following Television Exposé
      A shocking television report into laser burns inflicted upon unwitting consumers has prompted industry leaders Facial Attraction to issue a simple warning -don’t tar all reputable laser specialists with the same brush.
      Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
      With an ever-increasing amount of consumers opting for laser hair removal, Melbourne specialists Facial Attraction have issued a response to a recent current affairs television program that shocked viewers with depictions of painful laser burns and spread of infection on an acne sufferer. According to this leading clinic, the primary issues revolve around the use of cheaper equipment and largely inexperienced and under trained operators.
      “This report highlights the danger of selecting your laser hair removal or laser skin treatment provider based purely on price or convenience. Outlets vary considerably, and experience counts for everything,” stresses Kirsty Warren, Clinic Manager.

      FYI:
      Females: “Going Brazilian increase your odds of an external infection where the hair grows. Shaving and waxing can make the skin angry and irritated the more hair you take off the greater your risks. A bad cellulitis infection on her labia a patient went to ER, they were swollen the size of a golf ball. A little lawn maintenance is fine”. ~ Glamour 2-13
      Pubic hair shaving incidents landed nearly 12,000 people in the E.R. in recent years.
      Of 30 cases of STMC that presented at a private French dermatology practice from January to March of last year, 93 percent were in patients who had removed their pubic hair.
      The dermatologists saw 6 women, 24 men, and a bunch of lesions — which were “located on the pubis with extension on the abdomen in four cases and legs in one.” Six patients also had ingrown hairs. Four had genital warts, indicators of papillomavirus. Two had folliculitis, and another had a benign cyst. One had scars. The Atlantic. MAR 19 2013

  • Kelsey says:

    How Can I Permanently Remove/lighten Facial Hair? I have dark upper lip hair, and comments have been made, which make me very upset.
    I don’t want to have to do it over and over again, so i want the results to last.
    I know i can’t shave.
    I can’t afford anything like laser.
    A website i went on said to mix gram flour, turmeric powder and water (to a paste) and to leave it on for 15 mins before washing it off. It said to do this everyday for two weeks, so does this mean the effects are permanent after this?
    If anyone has tried this, or have done anything else (other mixtures) with permanent effects, please answer.
    I really want a way to remove or lighten the hair permanently.
    Please help, all answers are appreciated.

    • Curator says:

      Being Asian, I have some facial (mustache) hair, best method I’ve used for 4 decades (I’m 60 now) is a black Revlon tweezers. No side effects, takes seconds & you’re done.

      Example of one who had lasers done.
      My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don’t want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?

      Here’s a good one! Google: Brandi Glanville’s Burned Face After Laser Treatment Is Painful To Look At (PHOTO)

      PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL REC.
      No one looks forward to their hair removal routine, regardless of what it is. Each option comes attached to its unique drawbacks. Shaving is terribly time-consuming and has to be repeated daily in order to achieve best results. Waxing is painful while hair removal creams can be smelly and irritating to the skin. Electrolysis is effective and near-permanent… but it’s also expensive to the point of being outside of the average person’s budget.There is NOTHING PERMANENT, not even laser. Once you stopped? They will grow back like before, it’s permanent FOR YOU, because you have to keep at it. . . . for EVER & EVER.

      THREE MOST COMMON MYTHS:
      1.The rate of hair regrowth will not change because of hair removal.
      2.Hair coverage will not change in density; your body has a set number of hair follicles.
      3.Ingrown hairs are common but not impossible to avoid.

      Using a tweezers, I don’t get that!

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