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Old 03-16-2015, 09:29 PM   #1
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Ahh... Crap Here It Comes! That Terrible Sunglasses Tan Line! Can It Be Avoided Or Fi


I get the worst raccoon / Zorro mask look ever!

I don't think I could stand greasy sunblock on my face daily. Dirt and saw dust all stuck to it. I have a boonie hat but I'm starting to transition more to the business side of things and don't find it to be the most professional looking thing.

Anyone have any tips or tricks to avoid this?


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Old 03-16-2015, 09:34 PM   #2
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There is non greasy sun block....

Skin cancer aint so bad I guess....

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There are numerous non-greasy sun screens. Look for ones specifically made for the face. Neutrogena makes a really good one.
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quit lookin around... put your head down and get to work
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Picked up some of the Neutrogena non-greasy, today. Going to give it a try.

Parkers5150- lol, good idea but I'm the project manager so I get paid to look around.

Similar to what I tell my guys that go to the gym. If you feel up to going to the gym after work, you're not working hard enough.


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i just wear one of those big spanish roofer sun hats.
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Move to the uk? - works for me

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