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Talk To Ouidad - Queen Of Curls - Live On March 10th

Of course I'm a huge fan of Ouidad and had the great privilege of  chatting with her on the phone back in 1997.  She was very charming, gracious and full of great curly hair helpful tips.

If you would like to talk to her live, now's  your chance.  For one day only the Queen of Curls - Ouidad - will be on HSN and taking your phone calls to talk about your curls and how her famous Ouidad products can create the ringlets of your dreams.

Ouidad will be on HSN on Thursday, March 10th, 2011 at 7:00 am, 12 noon, 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm.

The number to dial is:  866-376-TALK (8255)

Check your local television station listings to get the correct channel and local times Ouidad will be appearing.

If you are out of the US you will have to find out if the show will be broadcast live and if you can call the number listed.

In the meantime if you want to get some great information on how to Fatten Up Your Curls check out the Ouidad video at:

If you don't know about Ouidad and her historic work with naturally curly tresses meet Ouidad via video at:

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