another cosmetics thread

Mar 11th, 2002, 04:05 PM
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LOL! Now we know what bothers this nerd....
Get lost stupid, kate may or may not be a trust fund baby, but the fact is , it has nothing to do with anything,nor does it matter to any of us.This is about travel,not what we do for a living or where we get our money.
So you are free to leave anytime now...bye bye....
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:07 PM
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Waaaa --stop talking about my pimples!
I wanna have money and travel like you guys!
Waaaa, I have nothing to say so I just pick on people!
Waaaaaaaaa
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:11 PM
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Whom are you addressing? You shouldn't trash people with acne, but then you all must have bad skin or you wouldn't be so concerned with make up.

Besides, I thought we were all trust funder's otherwise why would we have so much spare time to post here?
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:17 PM
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Has anyone been on Moulton Street lately? There used to be some lovely shops with creams,lotions and perfumes.I remember wanting to shop there and then never having time.Also, I was lucky enough to get my hair cut a t Tony&Guys, it did look good! WHat fun to be able to pop over whenever I need a trim LOL!
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:18 PM
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Sue, Solar Oil is good for dry cuticles, and I recommend Nail Envy for strengthening nails; both available here in USA, and probably made here, too. Saks has some good products made by Barielle, also.
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:20 PM
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I think you all need to sharpen those nails for your little on-line cat fights! Arrrrow!!!
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:24 PM
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Roc-that is the product that I have been trying to rememeber! You can get most of their creams and lotions in the US but they do not sell the lip balm in the US.Only France,maybe London.Scarlett would love it, keeps the lips soft and kissy
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 04:45 PM
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One year while in London, I got bitten by mosquitos while touring gardens.I found this great ointment called Germolene.It doesnt smell like flowers but it works well, stops the itch and is antiseptic.I need more, if anyone is going soon
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 05:50 PM
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I know this is a Europe thread, but for those of you who may be travelling to Australia, we do have Lush and L'Occitaine out here. If you are after any of those products and know someone who is travelling to Sydney, put your orders in!
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 06:02 PM
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I can't believe no one has mentioned Farmacia Limited di Santa Maria Novella on Walton St. They have a fab Idrasol cream that is great for dry cuticles. I also love Jo Malone on Sloane St for her Lime Basil products and the grapefruit-scented shampoo.

My friend was having Nicky Clark cut her hair for her TV show, but she said he did a terrible job. She goes to this other guy--his name escapes me--but he is supposed to be a big secret. I will email my friend and ask his name. Wait for a posting.

Boots is too plebian for moi. It is kinda fun to go to the shop on Kensington High Street with your little shopping basket and hunt for hair gel, but those people standing next to you stinking of curry is a tad too much. Quelle domage.

Doesn't everyone have a trust fund? How did you ever get into Groton withour one? Just wondering. Ciao, my darlings.
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 06:53 PM
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well, I think Beth got the attention she wanted again.
 
Mar 11th, 2002, 07:12 PM
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JohnG-I would be interested in knowing who the unknown secret hair stylist is what a hoot!...so good no one knows his name- lol~
Jo Malone has scents that are so great, I always have trouble deciding which one is best,perhaps I will get them all then wear a scent a day.
BTW-I would rather someone smelled of curry,which is after all only a spice,than BO, which is after all, dirty.
ciao~
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 02:07 AM
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Isn't it strange...if you say you have a trust fund, no one believes you, if you don't explain how you pay for travel, people assume you have a trust fund. ???
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 05:31 AM
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LOL~that is sooo true!

But perhaps the children are in school now and we can continue this thread in the spirit it was posted in?

I love to shop wherever we travel, it is nice when you are back home and you can use something that is from your travels, something that cannot be found in the local CVS
I second the vote for Neals Yard! They have so many wonderful smelling products, things for soft skin.I just grab whatever catches my eye and now I think you can buy them online-for those in between trip shopping sprees
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 05:55 AM
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Immediately - must suspend all communication until I trade in that Old Spice for some Armani stuff. And, my god, the boxer shorts gotta go too - I am thinking of investing in a thong to go along with my new scents. Perhaps some lip lotions would be in order too, now if I could only find somebody to smooch. All the neat ones are headed for the woods with their pooch. I suppose my Rick Steeves look-a-like days are officially over. Now, for a new doo and some threads.
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 05:59 AM
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If you're hotter than Molly, you've got a thong with my name on it!
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 06:01 AM
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Dear Good Golly,
I am sure that you smell quite nice as you are.But travel does allow one to invest in new and sometimes exotic products, scent,lotions and potions.I for one, can find these things where ever I go~something to keep an eye out for, if you are from Europe= NYC,DC, LA, LV,Fla have some really nice spas that sell wonderful products.Whenever visiting any of these cities, I always look for something new and interesting to bring home with me..they even have products in NYC for the dog!Dog Boutiques!!!
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 06:17 AM
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Fran, didn't know that Delta had L'Occitane in the W/C!! May be a reason to go Delta.

Beth, seems the hounds are at it again!! You really can't win, can you? You post your name in the title so those who don't wish to read your lovely little threads may skip over them, but of course that makes it just that much easier to hunt you down and denigrate you. So you post a thread with a VERY OBVIOUS title so that the detractors will just pass over it, but no, they must jump in and ruin all with their negativity.

To Hey: Zelda Fitzgerald was one of the most beautiful women of her day YET she "wore makeup because she didn't have to", in the words of F. Scott. See, dear, some people wear makeup just because they want to (not because they have to).
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 06:40 AM
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There is something just inherently feminine about wearing make- up and spritzing a little scent on yourself.Whatever you look like, however much you need it, it just feels good~
And you know what they say, If it feels good---------"
 
Mar 12th, 2002, 06:46 AM
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Yeah! Do it to ME!
 

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