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Jul. 13th, 2006 | 11:05 am
posted by: professoryaffle in bimboproject

After a bit of advice on some beauty products

firstly hair products

I am going to an evening do of a wedding in a couple of weeks. I currently have a very short layered bob, at its longest it is about hair line length and there are some layers which sit at the top of my ears. The styling advice I have seen suggest blow drying with voluminsing moose and then using wax to style it. Any tips on said styling and which moose and wax to buy

Secondly I am about to come to the end of my current facial moisturiser. It was loreal pure zone moisturiser and I was happy with it. Not too expense, light and didn't cause me to break out whenever I used it but I guess given I am about to buy some more I would ask what other people used and if they had any great recommendations for a good moisturiser for combination skin

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From: vulgarcriminal
Date: Jul. 13th, 2006 10:21 am (UTC)
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I'm currently using Johnson's Holiday Skin for combo, works well, doesn't make me break out and I'm a bit brown. When I'm not tanning, or if I'm getting dry patches I use Clinique's yellow :D. For budget product, Biore moisture control is pretty good.

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Tooth_Fairy

From: tooth_fairy
Date: Jul. 13th, 2006 10:22 am (UTC)
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I use the moisturiser from greenpeople.co.uk, I've got combination skin and I find it works well for me. It's also organic and cruelty free.

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Allison

From: akonken
Date: Jul. 13th, 2006 10:48 am (UTC)
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I use Oil of Olay, which my mother (who has always had gorgeous skin) also uses. I've tried Superdrug's Vitamin E moisturiser too, and it's pretty decent.

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Ellie

From: elliphant
Date: Jul. 13th, 2006 11:52 am (UTC)
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I usually use the Nivea oil free moisuriser but Iam currently using an olay SP 15 moiusturiser. Unfortunately the later feels like a sun cream not a moisuriser so I don't recommend it.

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