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Thrift Store Shopping, Underarm Sweat Solution, Temporary Hair Styles, Hex Nut Jewelry

Host Rebecca Spera goes shopping with a polished, put-together woman whose clothes all come from the thrift store. Plus, it's an embarrassing issue that so many people have -- excessive underarm sweat. Check out a new way to stay dry! Then, discover temporary ways to change your hair and learn how to make your own jewelry using inexpensive hardware store hex nuts.
Segment 1
Girls Guide to Thrift Store Shopping
Girl's Guide to Thrift Store Shopping
Thrift store shopping can be overwhelming! So, what's the best way to sort through the aisles and aisles of clothes? Rebecca Spera stopped into a Goodwill store to get thrift store tips from an expert secondhand store shopper.
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Segment 2
Underarm Sweat Solution
Underarm Sweat Solution
Unless you're working out, you don't want to be a sweaty mess. However, many people suffer with excessive underarm sweat every day. Now, there's a new solution to stop sweating!
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Segment 3
Temporary Hair Styles
Temporary Hair Styles
Sometimes you want to change your hair, but you only want it to be temporary. Here are some ideas for new hair styles, haircuts, and temporary hair color that only lasts as long as you want it to.
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Segment 4
Hex Nut Jewelry
Hex Nut Jewelry
You can find them cheap at the hardware store, but you can also use them to make your own jewelry. Here's why you'll be nuts for hex nuts!
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