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The Mumsnet makeover - what next?

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CakeandRoses Thu 28-Jul-11 13:44:48

So.... thanks to suggestions on here: I have chucked out my Dermalogica cleanser and started using the OCM; I've booked in to have my style and colours 'done'; my Babyliss Big Hair has just arrived; I'm about to start facial exercises; I have bought and remembered to use only twice some Frownies; I've just bought some mineral foundation; I've bought some Levi Curve ID jeans.

Next up:

I'm thinking about trying either Caci or Guinot non-surgical face lifts - anyone tried either and rate them? I already have Crystal Clear microdermabrasion monthly and thought Caci might go well with it.

Any other suggestions (not surgery, fillers or botox) to smooth my transition into my 40s please?

PetiteMum Thu 28-Jul-11 20:37:46

A Bodensee wardrobe apparently grin

PetiteMum Thu 28-Jul-11 20:38:09

Boden wardrobe I meant! Bloody iPad!

CakeandRoses Thu 28-Jul-11 20:51:24

no thanks! i like boden for children's clothes but I'm not keen on their stuff for grown-ups

<breaks mumsnet protocol>

PetiteMum Thu 28-Jul-11 21:10:40

That was sarcastic anyway....I hate it too! Apparently a Breton top is a must on here. That too is a mystery to me

Emo76 Thu 28-Jul-11 21:13:11

A large glass of wine and some internet shopping!

Thehusbandsatcricketagain Thu 28-Jul-11 21:28:42

uniqlo clothing especially if you don't want to get Boden'd up (as I don't,2 tops this year & that's it) I have just discovered uniqlo & am in love grin

CakeandRoses Thu 28-Jul-11 21:48:20

got the wine but trying to refrain from any type of clothes shopping til i've had my colours done

Littlepumpkinpie Thu 28-Jul-11 22:12:51

No to Boden here too cannot see for the life of me whats to like about it eeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwww

meltedchocolate Thu 28-Jul-11 22:28:33

Another no to boden

TanyaBranning Thu 28-Jul-11 22:42:46

I love a bit of Boden but the autumn stuff is fucking dire.

Uniqlo great for basics / plain separates, yes.

Say no to Chanel Vitalumiere foundation and opt for Boots No.7 Lift and Luminate foundation if you have dry or combination skin. Half the price and exactly the same texture, coverage, even smell. Got that tip from MN and am very grateful for it.

Wolford tights for winter - wash and wash and last months. Worth every penny.

Flexitol nightly for soft feet. Makes salon pedicures last longer, too.

Neals Yard rose facial oil. Lush and works a treat with oil cleansing method.

CakeandRoses Fri 29-Jul-11 07:44:12

I appear to have unintentionally started an anti-boden support thread here grin

cheers for those tanya exactly the kind of thing i'm looking for. i'll def get some wolford tights as i love wearing dresses to work (going back next week - eek!) and never seem to have any unholed tights.

anything rose-smelling is wonderful in my book. do you use the ocm too?

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