Sandra Hamer Smith

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T-Tree Growth Creme


     This picture was taken about 3 weeks ago.  I had just had a nice black rinse put in my hair.  Prior to this photo an unnamed stylist had snipped some of my hair and put some golden yellow color or whatever on my roots.  I had the Mary J Blige look sort of which thank God I was pulling it off.
      Next weekend, I will get a re-touch.  It will have been a month since I started using the T-Tree Growth Creme.  I am also using hair vitamins and since they are not a sponsor they will not receive any mention in this particular blog post. However, they are welcome to email or phone me and we can chat about the possibilities.
       Thanks to my Native American roots my hair does grow pretty fast.  I have since come to the realization that I alone may not do my hair justice because I don't have the time and prefer to use the services of a stylist.  However, I have had stylists and colleagues in television attest to the fact that I really could do my own hair.  If I were not pursuing a doctorate, it would be nothing but a word for me to go to the Plaza Beauty School here in Memphis and learn how to do it on my own.  My nephew's sister graduated from there.  They are turning out some nice hairstylists.  This is a trade where you can make some good money especially if you have got a good heart and want to provide excellent service to women without the haterade factor.
 
HATERADE -

1.A figurative drink representing a modality of thought. Those who consume it are themselves consumed by the negativity which with they speak

2. A trace vitamin that restores your ability to continue hating long after most people would give it up

3. A bevarage comsumed by haters to refuel their hating campabilities


http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=haterade