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Thanks for taking the time to stop by and read my blog.  Posts are of my own personal opinion and are not in anyway meant to be offensive, rude, unfair, or disrespectful.   Studio5 is about fashion, lifestyle and health.  I consider this blog to be well rounded as it can fit the these three important elements of life.

I welcome all feedback, comments and suggestions, and I welcome guest writers.  If you have any questions, or if there is a topic on fashion, lifestyle, and/or health you’d like to see on the blog, or you would like me to spot light your unique style of fashion, have a fashion tip you’d like to share, have a lifestyle interest you’d like me to check out, or you have information on a health issue you’d like to share, you can contact me at studio5@yours.com.  I’m all ears.  Happy reading!

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  1. January 3, 2011 4:22 pm

    I’m Just curious as to why you guys are so against me, and my site?? I’m sure there are plenty of sites that charge the same, or more than we do. Our site is very resonable. I was going to fight fire with fire, say and post horrible things about the (favortie sites) you mentioned, but that isn’t the mature thing to do. I am a new, and vibrant company, a small company trying to get a piece of the American Dream. I’m sure you already have a strong customer base, and a dedicated one at that. Why bash, bully, and trash talk the new little guy on the block ( on the net)?? I would like to ask you as an advertiser and fellow business person, to please remove these untrue, and contrived reviews about my company for no apparent reason. I don’t mind if you tag your (favorite sites), and blogs to link into my site, but why try to downgrade, and single out my company, then use the sudio 5 blog to promote all of your (favorite sites) other companies at our expense? I know it’s personal because a poorly produced commercial has nothing to do with getting the best deal on shoes for consumers. Please Stop posting negative reviews about my company, to than later link, and promote your (favortie sites) and partner sites in a positve light. There is enough business for us all.

    Thank You In Advance for removing those negative, unnecessary remarks, and reviews about my company. Happy New Year To You And All Of Your (favorite sites) Companies.
    In life, You get more in life with Sugar than Salt!! Be Nice!!!

    • January 4, 2011 7:41 am

      Hello,
      In response to your comment, in no way did Studio5 mean you any harm, nor was it meant to trash talk or bash your company. The point simply trying to be made is that — and only in comparison when shopping on a budget for shoes online — is that the prices of the shoes presented on your site just seem to be priced way higher than shoes seen everyday at sites such as PierreSilber.com, MakeMeChic.com, Snaz75.com, AMIClubwear.com, Bootycocktails.com and every now and then at Fredericks.com. How I came to write the post was having seen the commercial on television for the first time late one night, and as an avid online shoe shopper, I decided to visit the site as I’m always looking for new sites to visit to add as an alternative to my online shoe shopping. But as I browsed through the site, I was a little shocked at the prices. The prices were well out of range for many of the shoes I’ve seen on the sites listed, and other sites, and I thought, “Really? These shoes are priced too high!” Now I’ve seen some of those shoes on your site on other sites based out of Australia and the UK priced that high, but that’s international standards to a degree which I can’t even begin to question. Whereas sites based here in the US with prices up there on shoes normally priced between $24.99 and $79.00 or slightly (but not much) higher for example, it’s questionable and shopping for the best price becomes key. Name brands such as Steve Madden and Wild Rose I can see where online stores wanting to showcase the best price for quality. But let’s not over do it, which sometimes they can. That’s the only point I was trying to make.

      As the post may seem too harsh and unfair, I truly apologize. I will revise it so that it does not come off as such. But I just have one tiny suggestion, perhaps at least take a look at other sites and see what prices some of the shoes on your site are ranging in prices and perhaps try to beat the competition by offering killer discounts and better/competitive prices. The sites I listed are not just favorite sites, but they are sites with pretty good discounts to compliment their prices. http://www.AMIClubwear.com is one site that has daily/weekly discounts, pretty good prices, and free shipping on orders $50 and over. It’s just a thought. With that said, I wish you all the best in your endeavors.

      I appreciate your feedback and congratulations on your business venture. And again I apologize for any harm I may have caused. That was never my intentions.

  2. December 5, 2011 4:09 am

    Hello,
    In response to your comment, in no way did Studio5 mean you any harm, nor was it meant to trash talk or bash your company. The point simply trying to be made is that — and only in comparison when shopping on a budget for shoes online — is that the prices of the shoes presented on your site just seem to be priced way higher than shoes seen everyday at sites such as PierreSilber.com, MakeMeChic.com, Snaz75.com, AMIClubwear.com, Bootycocktails.com and every now and then at Fredericks.com. How I came to write the post was having seen the commercial on television for the first time late one night, and as an avid online shoe shopper, I decided to visit the site as I’m always looking for new sites to visit to add as an alternative to my online shoe shopping. But as I browsed through the site, I was a little shocked at the prices. The prices were well out of range for many of the shoes I’ve seen on the sites listed, and other sites, and I thought, “Really? These shoes are priced too high!” Now I’ve seen some of those shoes on your site on other sites based out of Australia and the UK priced that high, but that’s international standards to a degree which I can’t even begin to question. Whereas sites based here in the US with prices up there on shoes normally priced between $24.99 and $79.00 or slightly (but not much) higher for example, it’s questionable and shopping for the best price becomes key. Name brands such as Steve Madden and Wild Rose I can see where online stores wanting to showcase the best price for quality. But let’s not over do it, which sometimes they can. That’s the only point I was trying to make.

    +1

  3. Sherri Lockwood permalink
    October 24, 2016 11:43 am

    Can you save any unused textures and tones hair color and use again later?

    • October 31, 2016 1:26 am

      Hi there….sorry for the delay. To answer your question, it is recommended that you do not save any unused textures and tones hair color to use for a later date. You should always purchase a new box for touching up your color later on. Never save unused color for a later date. I believe it says somewhere on the packaging to discard any unused color.

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