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Re: Women's Room

Post by Vicky » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:35 am

I recently found out about this company that makes copies of well known and often very expensive perfumes.

They only cost around £5 each and smell just like the real thing.

So far i bought the Poison and Chanel perfumes.

http://www.smell-a-likes.com/brand/milton-lloyd

Re: Women's Room

Post by Vicky » Thu Jul 13, 2017 1:19 pm

Major Starbold wrote:Wash Machine In Kitchen, how awful/

Oh dear. It was laundry balls at dawn yesterday when television presenter Kirstie Allsopp suggested that it was unhygienic and frankly appalling, darlings, to have your washing machine in your kitchen.


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I thought most people nowadays had a scullery, outhouse, utility room for their washing machines, dryers, freezer and the like, if not, where do they stow their fishing and shooting attire???.


Hello Major. Image

I keep my freezer, dishwasher etc in the kitchen, i don't have and fishing or shooting stuff.

Re: Women's Room

Post by Major Starbold » Thu Jul 13, 2017 12:28 pm

Wash Machine In Kitchen, how awful/

Oh dear. It was laundry balls at dawn yesterday when television presenter Kirstie Allsopp suggested that it was unhygienic and frankly appalling, darlings, to have your washing machine in your kitchen.


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I thought most people nowadays had a scullery, outhouse, utility room for their washing machines, dryers, freezer and the like, if not, where do they stow their fishing and shooting attire???.

Re: Women's Room

Post by creamcheese » Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:28 pm

I'm having bother with my grey roots. They're showing through after a couple of weeks. Semi permanent dyes don't cover them but I'm worried about using a permanent dye on my hair every few weeks not to mention the expense and faff. I'm not even that old so the grey hairs are pissing me off.

Re: Women's Room

Post by Vicky » Sun Feb 19, 2017 6:59 am

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I bought this last week and it's excellent!!

Just use a tiny wee drop on your hair once you've dried it and it leaves it really soft and shiny.

Re: Women's Room

Post by bella.vita » Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:46 pm

Trapper John wrote:I know of something .... it's often referred to as 'Gentlemen's cream' and it does wonders for a lady's complexion ..... but unfortunately it's not available in shops.


I was wondering what kind of lovely tips I may get on here....and then I saw this. I almost spit my tea out. :yikes: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: Women's Room

Post by Foxy » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:45 pm

I just use a tinted moisturiser, Body Shop usually, and I use E45 for everything - moisturising and cleansing, the cream not the lotion. I get it from Amazon in a big pump dispenser. My skin is pretty dry. Body Shop Hemp hand cream for my hands.

Re: Women's Room

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:51 am

Poca wrote:If a decent foundation isn't caked on it shouldn't create a problem anyway! :dunno:..... if you have to apply it thickly like icing on a cake then you do have a problem!!!..... don't use it myself, love bronzers instead! :thumbsup:

Foundations also clog the pores... Not to mention many women don't seem to wash the stuff off properly, using alcoholic wipes, etc...

Re: Women's Room

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:47 am

measurer wrote:I have wanted to ask you all for ages, but have you started a regime of skincare as you have got into your mid 20's or earlier, and is there perhaps some cream, lotion, perfume you think others should know of?

Why not share your tips here with others. We are all women after all, and each of us will age. I have a nightly/daily routine, though I wish I had started earlier than last year! pmsl If I could give one peice of advice, it would be to say it's never too early or late to start. I was lucky, but there are bits I'm not happy with, just like anyone else.

So what's your secret or peice of advice? :smilin:


Hydration, but let the clorine evaporate before drinking. A hour and room temperature. Don't wash skin with soap to often. Water is corrosive enough! Two glasses of water 15min before dehydrating skin in shower, bath or pool.

Re: Women's Room

Post by PinkSmurf » Tue Dec 13, 2016 3:37 pm

A while back I dyed my long hair very dark brown, almost black. I want it light reddish brown which is my natural colour. I tried one of those hair dye removers that "shatter" hair dye molecules and they are rinsed out. The rinsing needs doing a LOT as the colour can re-expand if not rinsed out and the dye doesn't wash out. Basically most of the almost black stayed put and I ended up with two inches of yellow roots. It was patchy too. I don't recommend those types of hair dye removers at all. If you don't have a shower head it's impossible to rinse out properly. I got it in Boots. My nephew's wife is a hair dresser so I might ask her to sort it out for me in return for baby sitting / dog sitting while she has a night out. Thankfully I had some home hair dye in chestnut brown so I managed to get it done so I don't have to see my GP with yellow roots and black mid lengths and ends!

Re: Women's Room

Post by Vicky » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:00 am

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I bought Loreal's "Hot and Go" spray a few weeks ago, because it promises to dry your hair nice and fast and it certainly does.

It's a great product and it also smells lovely.

Re: Women's Room

Post by PinkSmurf » Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:39 am

Janet Jackson is pregnant at 50 years old. The Daily Mail article is from early on in her pregnancy and there are also recent ones where she has showed off her bump. There have been other celebrities in their early 40s to late 40s who have been pregnant. Would you consider having a baby in your 40s - 50s? Do you agree or disagree with it? I am on the fence. I think if you are physically fit, active and financially comfortably off at least I think it's OK. The only thing is that worries me is you will be 70 when your child is 20 if you have a baby at 50. Would it be fair on the child? They would feel they would have to look after you when they're starting out in adult life. However if you are young for your age it might be OK. Another thing is increased risk of complications with a 50 year old's pregnancy such as babies with Down Syndrome, so I have read. I'm not really sure whether I'm in agreement or not but it's their body, their life so is it anyone else's business?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar ... ld-50.html

Re: Women's Room

Post by Poca » Sun Sep 25, 2016 2:01 pm

If a decent foundation isn't caked on it shouldn't create a problem anyway! :dunno:..... if you have to apply it thickly like icing on a cake then you do have a problem!!!..... don't use it myself, love bronzers instead! :thumbsup:

Re: Women's Room

Post by PinkSmurf » Sat Sep 24, 2016 1:13 am

VelvetCat wrote:
PinkSmurf wrote:
VelvetCat wrote:Oh, forgot a tip a drag artist friend gave me that does work.

If you find your foundation doesn't last very long, before you put your foundation on, rub a little talc over your face, Johnson's baby powder is best, then put your foundation on. It really does stay on all night as does your eye makeup if you dust a tiny bit over your eyelids.

I suppose it would stop shine but I'd be worried about it going clumpy.


I have tried it when he made me up for a hen night a few years back and all he does is put a small amount across his fingertips and smooths it onto your face, then put foundation on as usual. My make up stayed on all night, normally my foundation disappears and my mascara and eyeliner run, not the way he did it, and it wasn't OTT either which I was worried about.

Thanks, I'll give it a try.

Re: Women's Room

Post by VelvetCat » Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:15 pm

PinkSmurf wrote:
VelvetCat wrote:Oh, forgot a tip a drag artist friend gave me that does work.

If you find your foundation doesn't last very long, before you put your foundation on, rub a little talc over your face, Johnson's baby powder is best, then put your foundation on. It really does stay on all night as does your eye makeup if you dust a tiny bit over your eyelids.

I suppose it would stop shine but I'd be worried about it going clumpy.


I have tried it when he made me up for a hen night a few years back and all he does is put a small amount across his fingertips and smooths it onto your face, then put foundation on as usual. My make up stayed on all night, normally my foundation disappears and my mascara and eyeliner run, not the way he did it, and it wasn't OTT either which I was worried about.

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