Friday, October 1, 2010

Vermont Soap Organics-oh so lovely!
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I love a great organic product that is manufactured in the United States of America.
The Vermont Soap Organics are certified organic, and USDA approved! These soaps are so rich and creamy with a luxurious lather!
So while I was out on safari ... I washed up with the Oatmeal Lavender bar which is the most popular for dry skin. I'm holding some wee bars which are perfect for travel or a stocking stuffer.

Did I just say stocking stuffer in a Christmas reference already? Sorry, it's just while on safari I also went to Costco and they have all the holiday stuff out at once: like one big lump of halloween/Thanksgiving/Christmas party. So I was thinking that the Vermont Soap Organics would be perfect bars for a stuffer, or an assortment of the soaps make a great gift for an officemate or teacher!

I'm torn between picking a favorite-I love the country lavender shower gel because I love the scent of lavender. Zsa Zsa Gabor said that was her secret to luring in a lover late at night. She made sure that there was always lavender planted around the door to woo them in with the intoxicating aroma. Or in my case, I use the scent of lavender to woo the Mancub into bed early though he still goes with a loud and surly debate on most occassions.

My other favorite is the Lemongrass Zen foaming hand soap because it has a crisp, clean scent and the foam makes Mancub want to wash his hands more. Nice!

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Anji said...

I wonder if you could print some advice about eyebrows. My eyebrows dropped out completely 4 years ago due to stress. They are coming back now, but very slowly - I think that it will take around 10 years!

I've had my hair cut with a heavy fringe (bang?) to cover up (see my profile pic), but on windy days it's not much help. I'd like to know how to 'draw my own eyebrows' without them looking too contrived. Have you got any advice that you could pass on please?

Cherelynn said...

Hey Miss Anji,
Thanks for the comment. There are two things for you to try:
1. Invest in Revitabrow because it works. Out of all the eyelash/eyebrow conditioners that promise to grow hair, this one really worked and in a big way.
2. Draw on your eyebrows with a slant tip brush and eyeshadow that matches your hair color. Or you may prefer a wax such as Lorac.
If this is confusing and complicated get the brow kit from Anastasia which comes with templates that you can hold in place with one hand and color in the brow space with the other.
All of these products can be purchased at Sephora. Hope this helps!

Anji said...

Thank you, we actually have a branch of Sephora in town!!

I like the sound of using a brush and eyeshadow. I've got pencils but I didn't want to use them on the area as some hair is growing back and I wanted to be as gentle as possible.

Thank you for the advice, I will be prectising this afternoon!

Anji said...

Sitting here with eyebrows! It was much easier with the eyeshadow to start and I found a really soft pencil to darken them slightly. They are very subtle at the moment, but will get darker as I get used to them again.

Having eyebrows again really makes a difference to my face. Thank you so much for the advice!