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Máscara Facille´s Pós Química 290 Ml


Por: R$ 22,00

6X de R$ 3,67

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A Linha Facille´s é Composta Pelo Shampoo Dilatador, Máscara Reconstratutora, São Produtos De Alta Qualidade Para a Reconstrução e

Manutenção Capilar.

 

Precauções:

Uso Externo, Manter Fora Do  Alcance Das  Crianças.  Em Caso De Contato Com Os Olhos, Enxágua Abundantemente Com Àgua,

Havendo Irritação Suspenda o Uso e Procure Orientação Médica.

Não Ingerir Evitar a Exposição Só o Produto a Luz e Calor Intensos.

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Mode De Uso:
Aplicar Uma Quantidade Generosa Sobre Os Cabelos Limpo e Ùmidos, Mecha a Mecha Das Pontas á Raiz, Massageie Suavemente De 2a 3 Minutos, Deixe Agir Por 15 Minutos.
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  1. , Upikinonme. I shou

    Postado por Puja em 25th Mar 2015

    , Upikinonme. I should of csroue add that a hell of a lot of Highland Scots, fought on the side of Bonnie Prince Charlie, with a little French help, (with Irish volunteers). Unlike the Orange & Unionist twisted version of history would tell you, the vast majority of Highland troops that gathered around Charles Edward Stuart, were Protestants, (the Catholic Population of Scotland at that time being less than 2%). Many were, however, Episcopalians, although there were Presbyterians alongside the Bonnie Prince. It could even be said it was a Scottish HIGHLAND Civil War, as many Highland Scots fought against as for Jacobitism. And this nonsense about Scotland giving in to the Brits? (I assume you mean English)? Michael, this was done by a corrupt Parliament of 220 or so Individuals who voted 2 to 1 in favour of Union. For every Scottish MP at this time their were barely 4 voters. Yes, 4 voters, about 1000 in Scotland out of 1 million people. At the time England had 5 million. BTW Ireland had at that time 2 million of a population, yet up until 1707 Scotland kept her Independence, whilst Ireland lost hers centuries ago. The Irish Parliament, up until 1801 was a Parliament for Aristocratic Anglican Englishmen. Where no Irish Catholic, no matter how Rich or Powerful was allowed to sit, or indeed vote. (Well up until 1792). And by the Poynings Act of 1495, every little scrap of Legislation it did pass, was scrutinised, and if needed, vetoed by Westminster, not the Crown. I.E Westminster was it's Daddy, not the Crown. Scottish Monarchs starting with James VI, who INHERITED, the English Crown in 1603, had more control over the English Parliament than he had over the Scottish Parliament both pre and post 1603. This was due to the greater Royal Prerogative, that English Monarchs had. Charles I who was born in 1600 in Scotland 3 years prior to his Father inheriting England, was just as Scottish in his accent, attitude ect. He actually abolished the English Parliament in 1629 and ruled without it's consent until reconvening it in 1642, then tried to over rule again, leading to the English Civil War that year. A POWER HE DID NOT HAVE IN SCOTLAND. SO WHO OWNED WHO? Only after 1660 with a Minor adjustment in 1689, was the Crowns Prerogative curtailed. There is a greater than average chance, that after 2016, that the Union of Crowns and Parliaments of 1707, will be abolished, leading to the End of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, and leading to the Independence of Scotland. The Polls always say that the majority of Scots oppose Independence, but the same polls if read the same way show a majority of Scots opposed to the Union. It hovers about 35% in favour of the Union, 35% in favour of Independence, and about 30% unsure. With 26 months until the Referendum, (Saturday 18th October 2014), it's anyone's guess where that 30% will go?Stephen.