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has anyone ever used this brand of hair gel called KMS? They are available everywhere in the states but I can't seem to find them in Taiwan. If you have seen them in taipei please tell me where. Thanks.
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poor baby you're deprived
tally-less and hairgel-less
why dont you try out the local brand
im sure you're hair wont fall out
if else there're some pretty schnazzy wig parlours at xi-meng-ding
have a "d"-lightful day!
Why don't you check out L'Oreal's new line of hair products? You can find it in Taiwan and it works great!
Go to the following link and click on Studio Link Special FX Products
Hope that helps.
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