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Archive for the ‘Season Two’ category

The Truth about Dresses

August 31st, 2012

Claire says: “Being such a gorgeously slim yet busty figure it is hard for me to find dresses… But the good news is, because of human evolution, I read that the bust size increased over the last years due to a different developmen of the female body, better nutrition and … I think silicone… so […]

Red Hello Monday

August 27th, 2012

Red says: “I use my time in-between Working Beauty Seasons to do things that are important … like charity. I support many of the local shoe- and clothing-shops. Plus while I am at it, I am being always photographed for all those glossy hag-mags, and all those poor paparazzi’s get some coins too! Oh I […]

Season 2 Extras: Hairy Secrets

August 26th, 2012

The Truth about Hair

August 24th, 2012

Claire says: “Hair is a love and hate thing with me. I hate hair on men’s back, I hate it in my sink, I hate to wax, pluck and shave… But then I love my glossy black mane…So it’s very much like men. you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them (always […]

Red Hair Monday

August 20th, 2012

Red says: “I think there’s a statistically significant correlation between bad hair days and Mondays! Unfortunately that’s not a good enough reason not to leave the house or not to go to work… At least legally it isn’t… I did ask!”

Season 2 Extras: Method Acting

August 19th, 2012

The Truth about Acting

August 17th, 2012

Claire says: “If you want to find out the truth behind the good acting of some of our comic actors, tune in on Sunday for an Extra Episode on “Method Acting”. I, for one, come from the life-school of acting and never attended any theatre school! I am a natural talent I guess… I still […]

Season 2 Extras: Busty Yoga

August 15th, 2012
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