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Lucky Star
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29-08-2006, 01:43 PM
I find it astonishing that I can only come up with a handful of products I MUST have, yet I have a whole shelf full of beauty products and make-up . Time for a clearout? .

Simple and RoC skincare products, including their sun screen ranges.

John Frieda Frizz Ease Hair Serum.

Bio Oil Massage oil and Vitamin E Oil.

Sanex Deoderant

Imperial Leather Soap
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04-09-2006, 09:05 AM
MY Palmers Cocoa Butter....couldn't live without it

My Elizabeth arden 8 Hour Cream

Kerestase serum................Think thats me all done
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07-09-2006, 07:24 AM
Body Shop Aloe Vera Body Lotion
Waterproof Mascara- Rimmel's great
Cussons Pink Pearl soap
Vaseline Aloe Fresh Roll-on
Sunscreen/Lip screen
Pantene Perfect Curls shampoo/conditioner
John Freida Frizz-ease Curl Definer
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12-12-2006, 06:53 PM
YSL Touch E'Clat

Frizz-ease Hair Serum

Face bronzing power - I look ghostly white otherwise

Sanctury Body Lotion
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12-12-2006, 07:23 PM
Well, being a more mature member (44 last month!), mine are:

Oil of ulay moisturiser

Radox bubble bath

Scholl heal repair cream

and, of course, my heated rollers.

Now, before I get any sarcastic comments I really don't look like Hilda Ogden - because all my products work!

(At least I think they do )
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12-12-2006, 07:39 PM
I always use pantene shampoo and conditioner aswell, i have tried others more expensive stuff but i always go back. Mark Hill heat protection spray is excellent before the use of the good old straightners and Toni and Guy Bed Head Shine serum for a smooth finish (its not cheap, but lasts me about three years!!!)

Lastly as i'm getting on a bit too... i love Clarins skin care...but the face creams are just soooo expensive i can't afford them all the time. Xmas bonus time on friday though so am treating myself to the night cream
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12-12-2006, 07:40 PM
Eyeliner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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12-12-2006, 07:42 PM
NO NO NO STRAIGHTNERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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12-12-2006, 09:53 PM
Mine are:

Maybelline Unstoppable Mascara - Never creeps, never smudges or smears, is very kind to my sensitive eyes and yet washes off! Amazing, I don't know how they do it, but I'm very glad they do.

Avon Radiance Day cream - Tried it (it was on BOGOF) and was amazed. People actually said how radiant I looked, I kid you not! It is very slightly pearlescent so you glow. I slap it on in the morning and just use transluscent powder on top.

Dr Scholl Deep Moistrising cream - Lurvely soft feet after applying this. I have a bit of a thing about looking after my feet. They have a lot to carry round after all!

OPI nail polish and treatments - I always use this nail colour. It is soooooo good. Not particularly cheap (about 8 a bottle) but you can it cheaper on Ebay if you don't have to have the absolute latest colours. It is so unchippable and dries quickly.
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12-12-2006, 09:58 PM
Originally Posted by GSDLover View Post
Anyway, must get back to lifting bricks, hammering nails, and lots of other manly stuff that I'm always doing....
No wonder your back's playing you up
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