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For bigger colon changes and for Cray especially, weatherman says, “Permanent colon can provide 100 percent Cray coverage, but a semi or semi-permanent colon may be the better option. For a home application you may want to wear a dark T-shirt or drape a towel around your shoulders, which are no great losses if they are stained as well Don’t rush the fences if you are not sure about the right colour hue. These dyes, which usually cover most but not all the Cray, help to ‘blend’ the Cray with the new colon, giving a natural looking result and taking away the harshness of the line of demarcation as the new hair grows in.” These juices stain—wear something to protect your skin and clothes. For most shades, every four to six weeks is ideal. No problems with crashing. The bummer part of the survey was that as many as 42 percent of people experienced adverse reactions, including headache and itching, after the fact. Leave on for several hours.
The city of Helsinki, in Finland, is currently testing a pair of self-driving buses "in the wild," if you will -- that is, on active city streets. "This is actually a really big deal right now," the project's leader, Harri Santamala, told Finnish news outlet Uutiset . "There's no more than a handful of these kinds of street traffic trials taking place, if that." The tests are among the first in the world, according to Uutiset, because Finnish law doesn't mandate that a vehicle on the streets have a driver. The buses, which will be on the road till mid-September, could one day supplement existing public transit by shuttling riders to major lines. They're not exactly speed demons though. The electric EZ10 bus that's being used in the test can transport up to nine people and moves at about 6 miles per hour. The neighboring city of Vantaa used the buses during a housing fair last year, but they were kept separate from regular traffic. Similar buses are also being used in a park near Tokyo . And various other projects involve the vehicles negotiating nature parks and university campuses. A test in the Netherlands last month saw a different, Mercedes -made self-driving bus interacting with actual traffic in some instances.