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Benjamin Moore Paint Crisis!!! Please Help! | PriceScope Forum

Lenox Tan HC-44 a good deeper taupe, not much pink Shaker Beige HC-45 pretty but in the house I used it on, it turned pink in the am & green in the evening. Decatur Buff HC-38, I have used this cut a bit, looked nice. Full strength is a nice deep tone beige.
Lenox Tan HC-44 a good deeper taupe, not much pink Shaker Beige HC-45 pretty but in the house I used it on, it turned pink in the am & green in the evening. Decatur Buff HC-38, I have used this cut a bit, looked nice. Full strength is a nice deep tone beige.
Lenox Tan HC-44 a good deeper taupe, not much pink Shaker Beige HC-45 pretty but in the house I used it on, it turned pink in the am & green in the evening. Decatur Buff HC-38, I have used this cut a bit, looked nice. Full strength is a nice deep tone beige.

Tan''s reliability | PriceScope Forum

Tan told me that there was some political unrest that had caused this unusual situation. I have to say though that although he has always been prompt in replying to my emails, when the Sapphire arrived it was (a) grey and (b) extinct at the sides - both of which I had been assured by him it wasn''t.
Tan told me that there was some political unrest that had caused this unusual situation. I have to say though that although he has always been prompt in replying to my emails, when the Sapphire arrived it was (a) grey and (b) extinct at the sides - both of which I had been assured by him it wasn''t.
Tan told me that there was some political unrest that had caused this unusual situation. I have to say though that although he has always been prompt in replying to my emails, when the Sapphire arrived it was (a) grey and (b) extinct at the sides - both of which I had been assured by him it wasn''t.

Tanning VS. Sunless Tanners | Page 2 | PriceScope Forum

The photos are from the same time of year so he doesn't have a natural tan in one and not the other (he gets a tan just from walking to the shops!). The photos are a year apart with the tanned one being older - I haven't done the spray tan in a long time now as I think the pale look is in so I've been embracing it!
The photos are from the same time of year so he doesn't have a natural tan in one and not the other (he gets a tan just from walking to the shops!). The photos are a year apart with the tanned one being older - I haven't done the spray tan in a long time now as I think the pale look is in so I've been embracing it!
The photos are from the same time of year so he doesn't have a natural tan in one and not the other (he gets a tan just from walking to the shops!). The photos are a year apart with the tanned one being older - I haven't done the spray tan in a long time now as I think the pale look is in so I've been embracing it!

What does red fluorescence in blue sapphire mean ...

The stone is from Madagascar, heated. I'll just go ahead and say that it's from Tan (you probably guessed that based on the cut). I really don't think Tan would sell anything "fishy". But I am curious to know the scientific explanation for this...
The stone is from Madagascar, heated. I'll just go ahead and say that it's from Tan (you probably guessed that based on the cut). I really don't think Tan would sell anything "fishy". But I am curious to know the scientific explanation for this...
The stone is from Madagascar, heated. I'll just go ahead and say that it's from Tan (you probably guessed that based on the cut). I really don't think Tan would sell anything "fishy". But I am curious to know the scientific explanation for this...

Should I keep this sapphire from Tan? Or return it ...

I typically stay with lighter sapphires from Tan, so I'm not sure how to read his photos on darker stones. I apologize for the mistake, as I thought it looked great from the video. I typically buy other gems from Tan, and so far, I have only purchased one sapphire from him, but it was very true to the video, but it was also a medium light tone.
I typically stay with lighter sapphires from Tan, so I'm not sure how to read his photos on darker stones. I apologize for the mistake, as I thought it looked great from the video. I typically buy other gems from Tan, and so far, I have only purchased one sapphire from him, but it was very true to the video, but it was also a medium light tone.
I typically stay with lighter sapphires from Tan, so I'm not sure how to read his photos on darker stones. I apologize for the mistake, as I thought it looked great from the video. I typically buy other gems from Tan, and so far, I have only purchased one sapphire from him, but it was very true to the video, but it was also a medium light tone.

Percentages to angles, using trig calculator | PriceScope ...

and push the tan-1 button to obtain the pavilion angle For example What exact pavilion angle corresponds to the ideal depth percentage of 43.1% when there is no culet? 1. 43.1 times 2 equals 86.2 2. 100 minus 0 equals 100 3. 86.2 divided by 100 equals .862 and tan-1(.862) equals 40.761 degrees So the exact pavilion depth percentage corresponding to
and push the tan-1 button to obtain the pavilion angle For example What exact pavilion angle corresponds to the ideal depth percentage of 43.1% when there is no culet? 1. 43.1 times 2 equals 86.2 2. 100 minus 0 equals 100 3. 86.2 divided by 100 equals .862 and tan-1(.862) equals 40.761 degrees So the exact pavilion depth percentage corresponding to
and push the tan-1 button to obtain the pavilion angle For example What exact pavilion angle corresponds to the ideal depth percentage of 43.1% when there is no culet? 1. 43.1 times 2 equals 86.2 2. 100 minus 0 equals 100 3. 86.2 divided by 100 equals .862 and tan-1(.862) equals 40.761 degrees So the exact pavilion depth percentage corresponding to

Anyone good with Benj Moore paints selections ...

Back to the drawing board--who would've thought finding an light tan or beige would be this hard!? I'm going to take another look at Barely Beige or Natural Wicker. I was hoping to find a beige with a bit more oomph than those 2 for the dining, but seems impossible to find one that's subtle without crazy undertone.
Back to the drawing board--who would've thought finding an light tan or beige would be this hard!? I'm going to take another look at Barely Beige or Natural Wicker. I was hoping to find a beige with a bit more oomph than those 2 for the dining, but seems impossible to find one that's subtle without crazy undertone.
Back to the drawing board--who would've thought finding an light tan or beige would be this hard!? I'm going to take another look at Barely Beige or Natural Wicker. I was hoping to find a beige with a bit more oomph than those 2 for the dining, but seems impossible to find one that's subtle without crazy undertone.

"long" gloves | PriceScope Forum

Mine are the tan color. I never really considered them "long gloves". I remember that when I initially saw them the price tag looked huge, but until I saw your posting I forgot all about what I had paid. They are simply the best gloves! (In my opinion, of course.) They are super durable and become even more comfortable over time! Deb/AGBF
Mine are the tan color. I never really considered them "long gloves". I remember that when I initially saw them the price tag looked huge, but until I saw your posting I forgot all about what I had paid. They are simply the best gloves! (In my opinion, of course.) They are super durable and become even more comfortable over time! Deb/AGBF
Mine are the tan color. I never really considered them "long gloves". I remember that when I initially saw them the price tag looked huge, but until I saw your posting I forgot all about what I had paid. They are simply the best gloves! (In my opinion, of course.) They are super durable and become even more comfortable over time! Deb/AGBF

Best self-tanner? | PriceScope Forum

Its summer here in Calgary (although it doesn''t feel like it today!), and my little legs need to get out! I am not big into self-tanners on my arms, shoulders, etc., as I usually get a little hint of sun there, but I think legs always look better a little bronzed.
Its summer here in Calgary (although it doesn''t feel like it today!), and my little legs need to get out! I am not big into self-tanners on my arms, shoulders, etc., as I usually get a little hint of sun there, but I think legs always look better a little bronzed.
Its summer here in Calgary (although it doesn''t feel like it today!), and my little legs need to get out! I am not big into self-tanners on my arms, shoulders, etc., as I usually get a little hint of sun there, but I think legs always look better a little bronzed.

Need some shag rug advice! (Thomasville from Costco ...

Re: Need some shag rug advice! (Thomasville from Costco... ? We have had wool shag rugs the last few years and regular vacuuming it with our Dyson worked like a charm. The rug was in our living room, we don't wear shoes in the house and we don't eat in that area so it was easy to keep clean. We do have 2 cats but it was never a problem.
Re: Need some shag rug advice! (Thomasville from Costco... ? We have had wool shag rugs the last few years and regular vacuuming it with our Dyson worked like a charm. The rug was in our living room, we don't wear shoes in the house and we don't eat in that area so it was easy to keep clean. We do have 2 cats but it was never a problem.
Re: Need some shag rug advice! (Thomasville from Costco... ? We have had wool shag rugs the last few years and regular vacuuming it with our Dyson worked like a charm. The rug was in our living room, we don't wear shoes in the house and we don't eat in that area so it was easy to keep clean. We do have 2 cats but it was never a problem.
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