What I Love About Me: San Francisco, CA

These diverse beauties are why everyone leaves their heart in San Francisco.

March 31, 2008 8:21 AM
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Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"My crazy hair is the only thing I have in common with my mom!" -Terycka Garcia, 19
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Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"My eyes change color, depending on what I'm wearing. If my sweater is forest green, they really go hazel." -Elaina Wasmus, 23
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Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"I love to experiment with my hair. I've probably dyed it 25 different colors." -Tricia Sue Spinks, 18
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Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"My light-green cat eyes -- most people think they're contacts." -Reba Roseberry
Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"I used to hate my prominent nose and dreamed of having a nose job, but now I think it fits my face. It's birdlike -- it's my beak!" -Jessica Riano, 25
Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"I love being strong; I can bench press 165 pounds. I'm not tall or skinny, but muscular and curvy -- which is good for speed!" -Lones T. Stern-Banks, 54
Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"Fake eyelashes are a must-have for me -- they enhance my eyes better than any mascara!" -Amy Corkern, 27
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"I love my ass. I'm willing to carry an extra 7 pounds so I can keep my booty." -Emma Henley, 25
Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"I like my freckles. Sure, I could cover them up, but why would I want to?" -Amanda Bennett
Angela Wyant
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What I Love About Me: San Francisco

"I've been a beauty addict since day one. I was asked to leave my kindergarten classroom for wearing Giorgio Beverly Hills perfume." -Anie Aton, 28
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