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Farasha Spa

1605 Vernon Rd, Lagrange, GA 30240
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The main reason I re
The main reason I reuqset this really is I must color my very own hair since i survive a disability pension and for that reason I\'m low earnings and cash is extremely tight. There\'s not a way I\'m able to afford $100 to paint my hair. But I am fed up with likely to my current low finish salon in which the stylist isn\'t available to modern cuts or does not only have the skill. The brand new salon I wish to visit offers inexpensive price pointsInch and despite the fact that it\'s $40-55 for any haircut Personally i think it will likely be worthwhile ultimately just to obtain a good cut in my difficult to manage hair. However I seem like I\'ll be judged or looked lower upon for coloring my very own hair. (I simply use Clairol Nice N Easy). I am sure they might get it done better and when I possibly could afford it I\'d allow them to. What\'s everyone\'s opinion? Perform a large amount of people color their very own hair and do not care exactly what the hairstylist thinks? I must listen to hair stylists too. I keep returning and forth on my small decision. This specific salon wins a variety of honours for hair competitions and all sorts of stylists have extensive education therefore it is just a little intimidating but simultaneously wonderful knowing they\'re highly trained. Must I simply not care what individuals think? In the end they are not during my footwear.I am 41 and also have to paint my hair due to gray hair. :( http://uocwqqddzo.com [url=http://mqwartnf.com]mqwartnf[/url] [link=http://bqklrkpf.com]bqklrkpf[/link]
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Before the Sims 2: Open for Business, Sims owners could be in cnrotol of every aspect of their sim\'s life, save for one: work. They would make relationships, gain skill points, go to college, even become vampires, but for a few hours every day they would dissappear from view, leaving a hole in the day for the game\'s players. Well, that\'s not the case anymore. With Open for Business, you can now govern their economic ambitions, too. What it becomes is a fun, if more challening than expected, mini-game that tests the micromanagement skills of Sims players.You can open up any number of business types: from bakeries to furniture stores to salons. You can even charge sims to just come over and hang out at your place if you want to. The flexibility is there for you to sell almost anything (because that\'s essentially what it all comes down to); I personally found it easiest and most profitable to sell televisions and artwork (somtimes in the same store), but you can do whatever you want. You can hire managers to do the work for you, you can buy real estate and sell it, you can sell cars; there truly is a lot to do in the game.Now there are some game imbalances to take notice of. First of all, you need a truckload of cash to start a business. Without cheating it\'s usually quite difficult to pull the money together to start even the most basic of businesses. It would have been nice to have some sort of investing process, where you could invite others as investors or even stock owners, but as is, it\'s a pretty basic business simulation. The second imbalance comes when you do eventually create a successful business: it\'s so successful that you have more money than you know what to do with. Granted this isn\'t really a gripe, but it\'s certainly in stark contrast to the beginnings of your business.The actual running of the business can be one of two things to different players: a fun, challenging break from normal sims gameplay or a boring, tedious excercise in micromanagement. I personally felt the former, but I could see why it could be tedious. Not only do you have to worry about your own needs, you need to worry about giving your employees breaks, and making sure your customers are happy. Also, they are in constant need of reminders why they are in the store in the first place; the sheer number of times I used the sell command on various customers is staggering. However, this is all exectued quite well, and it is really rewarding to see repeat customers coming in everyday to buy your cakes and pastries (although it gets a little suspect when they buy a new television every day). I enjoy the challenge and feel that most people will. It\'s a departure from the guarranteed-to-win dating mini-game from Nightlife, also.I also have to mention the awesome robots that have been re-introduced to the series. You get to build your own robots from the ground up, from cleaning robots to fully functional Servos that work as people without needs (with the exception of the occasional recharging).Other people are having trouble with bugs in their games, but I have yet to run into any (other than standard Sims 2 bugs). I did find it particularly difficult to run some businesses, though i never could get that trendy new nightclub/salon off the ground. Oh well.Pros:Great new mini-game for Sim ownersAdds a lot of new content and optionsFunRewarding businessesRobots!Cons:Lots of micro-managementSome might find the challenge a turn-offBuggy for some peopleSlight game imbalances http://tylnda.com [url=http://hpmjnhpnzf.com]hpmjnhpnzf[/url] [link=http://izeyeucal.com]izeyeucal[/link]
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