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can you recommend any Avon products..am feeling obliged to buy summat

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brimfull Thu 23-Jul-09 19:27:29

and does skin so soft really keep the midges away

and which one exactly?

CybilLiberty Thu 23-Jul-09 19:32:44

Well in the manner of THe Beauty Editor at Grazia, We are loving the eye lift duo from Avon. The refreshing gel lifts and sculpts the brow bone while the luxe eye cream softens fine lines and wrinkles.

brimfull Thu 23-Jul-09 20:03:45

thanks
can you put makeup over it ?

CybilLiberty Thu 23-Jul-09 20:07:55

Yes succesfully. And I use it at night, when I remember

brimfull Thu 23-Jul-09 20:08:51

arf at sculpts the brow bone

watsthestory Thu 23-Jul-09 20:08:53

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cocolepew Thu 23-Jul-09 20:11:19

The eye gel is brilliant, let it dry a minute before putting on your eyeshadow.

The Magix face base thingy feels lovely

MrsWeasley Thu 23-Jul-09 20:15:08

if your LO's have knotty hair, can I suggest the detangling spray
Also the Sensitive Bubble Bath doesn't effect my DCs sensitive skin.

shonaspurtle Thu 23-Jul-09 20:17:41

My uncle who lives in Sutherland and is plagued by midges (and also allergic to the bites) says emphatically YES to Skin so Soft. Must be the green Body Oil Spray (woodland something?) apparently.

cheekysealion Thu 23-Jul-09 20:20:26

the face perfector base

brimfull Thu 23-Jul-09 20:23:52

I have the face perfecter stuff

tis good but tends to pill when I put stuff over it

gill89 Thu 23-Jul-09 20:24:08

yes, the woodland oil spray is the best anti-insect-stuff
it isn't greasy either

brimfull Thu 23-Jul-09 20:28:38

is this the right stuff?

brimfull Thu 23-Jul-09 20:30:00

this

shonaspurtle Thu 23-Jul-09 20:30:51

yes (link wasn't quite right). £1.75 shock Might as well get some.

shonaspurtle Thu 23-Jul-09 20:31:14

x-post sorry

blondieminx Thu 23-Jul-09 22:59:25

their nail varnishes are ace. Also the SSS anti-ageing bath foam is lush. Shower gels and handwashes are not so good.

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