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strands • drawn-out • treatment
moisturize • nourishes
  1. It was a very process, but she's happy with the results.
  2. In the winter you need to your skin more frequently.
  3. She goes for a facial every few months.
  4. The cream moisturizes and the skin.
  5. There are a few that are longer than the rest of my hair.
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981 Beauty Regiment
Jess talks about hairstyling, manicures, and other beauty procedures women go through.

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They take small strands of hair and color them.

A strand is a single piece of hair or string. Notice the following:

  1. They can tell your DNA from a strand of hair.
  2. My sweater has a loose strand of cloth.



It is a drawn-out process.

Something that is drawn-out takes a long time, usually longer than it needs to be. Notice the following:

  1. The application procedure is a drawn-out process.
  2. It was a beautiful wedding but the ceremony was a bit drawn-out in my mind.



I have a treatment to protect the hair.

A treatment is a session to make something healthier or better. Notice the following:

  1. I went to the hospital for treatment for my disease.



I got a moisturizing treatment for my hair.

When you moisturize something you get make something less dry. Notice the following:

  1. My mother always uses moisturizing lotion.
  2. I have dry hair so I use shampoo that moisturizes my hair.



The hair treatment is very nourishing for my strands.

When you nourish something, you give it food or material important for growth or health. Notice the following:

  1. The plants died because of lack of nourishment in the soil.
  2. That soup is very nourishing and full of vitamins.