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Old 06-09-2005, 01:41 PM   #61  
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While you are busy living life 40 snuck up on you! If it is any consolation you don't look 40, I would give you around 35 at the most. You have glowing skin and fabulous hair dahling!

Speaking of Fabu beauty products Sally Hansen has two great products out. One is called Manicure in a Minute, the other is Pedicure in a Minute.

They both are creams containing exfoiliants and smoothing ingredients and leave your skin refreshed feeling and soft as silk. I really love the pedicure one as it refreshes tired feet, removes rough skin and makes your feet feel really soft - great for sandal weather!
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Old 06-15-2005, 12:33 PM   #62  
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Oh, you sweet petunia, you. I just saw your post... thank you, Mauvais.

Do those Sally things really just take a minute? Because that's about all I've got.
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Old 06-15-2005, 01:34 PM   #63  
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Aw gawsh shucks ellis, no one has ever called me "petunia" before! Blush!



Those products really do take 1 minute! put on, rub in to exfoiliate, wash off! Easy as that
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Old 06-15-2005, 03:49 PM   #64  
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Okay! Now if you'd be so kind as to pick me up some and throw them over the fence, I'll be all set!
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Old 06-16-2005, 01:37 PM   #65  
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I'll see what I can do for you....
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Old 06-16-2005, 05:38 PM   #66  
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Ok, unlike Ellis, the darn waterproof mascara won't come off. Anybody have a good suggestion? Product? Sandblaster?
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Jessica, kindly tell me what brand you are using?
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Old 06-20-2005, 06:03 PM   #68  
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Ok, unlike Ellis, the darn waterproof mascara won't come off. Anybody have a good suggestion? Product? Sandblaster?
Moisturizer on a cotton ball... then wash off with soap

There are "make-up remover" products but the ones I've tried are grody, stinky, greasy, GROSS. Just MHO of course!
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Old 06-22-2005, 09:37 AM   #69  
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Can anyone recommend a good shampoo and conditioner?

I have been working hard to prevent dry hair over the winter but now with the heat and humidity my hair tends to go frizzy. I finished my Pantene winter formula shampoo this morning and I am going to buy something new today at the drugstore.

My hair is also very fine so if anyone has the same problem and can recommend what they use I would appreciate it
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I am so with you on the frizzy, Mauvais. If it's humid enough, I'll actually have a few ringlets, but I can't STAND the frizzies! It looks like I have a bad perm.
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Old 06-27-2005, 03:31 PM   #71  
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I bought some of John Frieda's products - shampoo and conditioner for redheads and got a free hair styling product with it.

I washed my hair last night and this morning it has a nice shine to it and it feels really soft and silky with no flyaways
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Hi Mauv and others with frizzy problems!

(I was peahen but now gone back to peacock 2)


I rather like Loreal Elvive - the orangey colour liquid in a clear bottle with darker top. Serum shampoo.

Also have you tried any hair serums?

I have used John Freida's frizz ease (not sure if you have it where you are?)

I have also bought Body Shop hair serum I think it was grape oil or vine something.

My hair is not actually that frizzy but is oily scalp and dry ends which can get very dry and crispy in the heat.
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Ahh - just noticed your post above (I was doing this quick before boss came in!) So you may have the frizz ease stuff anyway.



Also in case someone does not know -


Bourjois come under same company as Chanel. On one of the other boards I frequent someone compared the colours and the eye shadows were similar so if you have been lemming a Chanel eyeshadow but cannot really justify the /$/whatever then give Bourjois a quick look!

I love the cute little pots!
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Thanks Peacock!
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Thanks for the tips, Peacock!
Now I just need someone to come over to do it for me.
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