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The King Big Head Problem Page 5


Dear King
Let me just start by saying
how fantastic you are.
You inspire me so much.

My problem is I want to get
a real shine to my hair that
will stay all day, even in the sun.
Hope you can help.

Your servant

Val.

Dear Val
Yes I am fantastic.
Now to our shine problem.
TRESamme will do the trick.
Wash your hair once then again
but on the second wash leave the
shampoo on for five mins.

B&Ms are doing deals on TRESamme
and if you say King Big Head sent you
you will get it even cheaper.
Hope this helps

Your King.

Submitted: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013

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