Removing hair dye from skin doesn't have to be a hair-raising experience.
The supermodel dubbed the hair-raising event, "National Real Hair Day."
With prices ranging from mildly affordable to hautely hair-raising, Betsey Johnson has found another way to gain the spotlight!
When their car breaks down, they are in for a hair-raising time as they discover exactly why the area is closed off; they discover deadly horrors beyond anything they could have ever imagined.
Like everything else, he did it con brio, often with hair-raising bravado.
con brio, often with hair-raising bravado.
dugout canoe ride at Chitwan It was quite hair-raising getting into these canoes and balancing while clutching haversacks, binoculars and telescopes.
hair-raising ride to The Bull in Kenton's courtesy car.
hair-raising tales of the treatment methods of the day.
hair-raising moment captured on video!
hair-raising journey over hills and round the coast, on roads just big enough to take the coach.
hair-raising experience to collect cash for charity.
Dugout canoe ride at Chitwan It was quite hair-raising getting into these canoes and balancing while clutching haversacks, binoculars and telescopes.
pretty hair-raising stuff if you look at the figures you have obtained already!
Cue a six-hour - rather hair-raising drive - along a road packed with rumbling lorries, busses, motorcycles and pedestrians.
Others have crossover sections, which can be a little hair-raising!
The balloon, named The Dudley Castle, was that in which the Colonel took a somewhat hair-raising trip in 1882.
We heard some fairly hair-raising tales of corruption, especially in areas of land ownership and the business sector.
scream queen with her hair-raising, fearless performance; Mary Beth Hurt plays the judge.
Carpenter earns a place as a 21st century scream queen with her hair-raising, fearless performance; Mary Beth Hurt plays the judge.
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