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    Default Products you cannot live without?

    What do you buy again and again and are an essential part of your make-up and beauty routine?

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    I cannot live without the Burt's Bees Milk & Honey lotion, concealer, and translucent powder... oooh and I can't forget alba chapstick.

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    Block out (sun screen). Any brand as long as it is 30+. Many years ago I read an article by a dermatologist that said covering up and applying block out in the sun is the best beauty regime of all.

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    Pond's Clean Sweep Cleansing Cloths



    Clinique 3-Step



    Maybelline Define-a-Lash



    Rimmel Snog lipgloss

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    just basic noxema and cold water. cant live without it.
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    Vaseline as moisturizer

    Infusium leave-in conditioner

    Thicker, Fuller Hair wash-out conditioner

    Physicians Formula Creme Mascara

    Retin A

    Eucerin face sunblock

    Lip brush, lipliner

    Udderly Smooth Creme (to avoid razor rashes)

    Eyelash curler

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    Pond's Clean Sweep Cleansing Cloths


    Is that how you remove your eye makeup?
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    ^^ Yep - I use those cloths to remove all my make-up. Before I was using a liquid eye make-up remover and hated it - it never got everything completely off.
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    You would not believe what you get when you image google "Ben Gay"
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    avène hydrance optimale légère. quite simply the best moisturiser i've ever used http://www.monguidesante.com/images/.../7750075-2.jpg

    cherry chapstick http://pics.drugstore.com/prodimg/27207/200.jpg
    dirt cheap and the best lip balm i've ever tried.

    l'oréal tecni.art supreme smooth creme Helosa - Coiffeurbedarf, Haarpflegeprodukte - Tecni Art Styling
    protects hair from the dryer and makes it smooth and shiny without weighing it down or making it greasy.

    sami mucho volume mist. Samy Salon Systems Mucho Volume Mist Duo at HSN.com

    diorshow mascara http://www.shoppingbag.com.au/produc...4010380102.jpg

    shiseido energizing fragrance http://www.fountaincosmetics.com.au/...agrance_th.jpg

    dior pure poison perfume http://parfumal.com/images/cd_pure_poison.jpg

    muji blotting papers. dirt cheap. no powder on them. and better than all the expensive ones. MujiOnLine
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    It's more expensive than Chapstick, but I like it better, it's not as thick, and it tingles.....ooooo......

    This place is turning me into a girl.....

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    ^^^
    oh come on, you know you love it
    and blistex is my second favourite lip balm. it's what i buy when i'm out of chapstick - they don't sell it here so i get friends to bring me back a supply of the stuff when they're in the US or canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    Pond's Clean Sweep Cleansing Cloths



    Clinique 3-Step



    Maybelline Define-a-Lash



    Rimmel Snog lipgloss

    OMFG I LOVE THE COLOR SNOG!!!!!!!!!!!

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    ....if I start growing boobs, I'm outta here....

    The only thing about Blistex is that it makes people think you have herpes.....not that I'm a hater or anything, but I have enough problems finding someone to kiss me.....

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    ^^^
    why? cause it ends in 'x' like zovirax?
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    I think the original Blistex was made for cold sore/blisters. My Mum always had cold sores when I was growing up and I remember her using it. I doubt it helped medically, but since they didn't have anything that worked, people would use Blistex.

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