Thursday, 13 June 2013

Beauty Mouth (Lady Hirons) is away.

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Mr Hirons has a big birthday on Monday. To celebrate we're off to Paris (sans les enfants!!) for a long weekend. To say I'm looking forward to walking around the Louvre PHARMACY SHOPPING is an understatement.
Vous voyez le Mardi!

35 comments:

  1. Happy birthday and most important: HAPPY SHOPPING o/

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  2. Eeeeeeek so excited for you! Have a lovely time, definitely well deserved xxx

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  3. Have a fantastic break! Hope those French pharmacies are well stocked!! Oh, and enjoy all the culture ;)

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  4. Bon voyage, have a wonderful time in this beautiful city and a lovely party for Mr. Hirons birthday. :)

    Hugs, Tina

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  5. Sounds awesome! Bon voyage!

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  6. Keep in mind the strike! And go to a parapharmacie, it's cheaper and usually they have more products than a regular pharmacie as they are dedicated to skin care and everything that is not medicines. And related to a previous post of yours, they put the ingredient lists on the website of Laroche-Posay, Avène and Bioderma!

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  7. Amal ( Bruxelles )13 June 2013 at 22:09

    Bon voyage .

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  8. Haha this made me chuckle! It's so true... Leave him at the louvre so you can have uninterrupted pharmacy fun!!
    Love from pomme in Perth Australia! Xx

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  9. Have a lovely trip Caroline!

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  10. I live in Paris! *sets up shop in one of the good pharmacies and waits to pounce with 101 questions...*

    Have a brilliant time, and Happy Birthday Mr Hirons!

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  11. Paris is such a romantic city, you`ll definitely spend quality time and go back home with a lot of interesting things :)
    As well as Lisa I wish you `Bon Voyage!`

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  12. Happy birthday Mr Hirons! We'll miss you Lady Hirons. Looking forward to what Paris may bring to the blog ;-)

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  13. Happy birthday to the man to makes you so happy that you actually forget how hard it is to be loved by so many :) Hope Paris treats you well and the strikes don't hold you back :-P

    Loved the "Vous voyez Mardi!" :-P See you Tuesday then!

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  14. Have a nice trip, Lady Hirons!
    And, please, do share your purchases when you get back! X

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  15. Have a lovely time in Paris!

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  16. Lady Hirons - You deserve a break! So enjoy.... & Happy Birthday!

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  17. Happy Birthday!Love your blog since its discovery via Pixiwoo.Have started new skincare routine, if I could ask...my skin ALWAYS breaks out in sun, could it be the SPF I'm using or do I just need to avoid sun, also waxing also break me out esp above lip area have tried threading, same thing, any advice??At your own convenience, enjoy paris,pharmacy shopping sounds wonderful!x

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  18. Happy Birthday!Love your blog since its discovery via Pixiwoo.Have started new skincare routine, if I could ask...my skin ALWAYS breaks out in sun, could it be the SPF I'm using or do I just need to avoid sun, also waxing also break me out esp above lip area have tried threading, same thing, any advice??At your own convenience, enjoy paris,pharmacy shopping sounds wonderful!x

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  19. My husband has just spent the best part of 2 days ransporting my Parisian pharmacy treasures home to Belfast. Who knew all those bottles get so heavy when you buy 5 at a time!! BUT the most exciting bit....I bought P50 from the ACTUAL Biologique Recherche...hopefully the lady at the front desk who sold it didn't think I was a total lunatic as I was so excited to be there!

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  20. Im going to paris soon! What would you say are the MUST HAVES to get from french pharmacies :D have a lovely time!!

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  21. Have a fantastic time! You work really hard so I'm glad you are having a break! Jealous of the pharmacy hauling though! Enjoy!

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  22. Hah hah! Well, have a lovely time full of good food, wine, company and of course, cosmetics!

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  23. God I love spending an hour in the parapharmacie; I'm only interested in the stuff you can't get in the UK though! Last year I bought those Coup d'eclat radiance ampoules and Diabolique Tomato red moisturing cream and Avibon vitamin A cream which is brilliant. My family know to leave me in there for a bit and make themselves scarce while I start trawling

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  24. I'm going to Paris soon and I would also love I know what must haves should I be bringing home with me? Can't wait to hit those pharmacies!!

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  25. I'm going to Paris soon and I cannot wait to hit those much raved about pharmacies. I'd also love to know what must have prods I should be bringing home with me?

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  26. I'm going to Paris soon and I would also love I know what must haves should I be bringing home with me? Can't wait to hit those pharmacies!!

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  27. Hey Hey bienvenue à Paris Lady Hirons, et bon anniversaire!
    Vous allez revenir avec de la créaline Bioderma et plein de produits Avène, Caudalie et La roche Posay -)

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  28. Hey Hey Lady Hirons bienvenue à Paris et bon anniversaire!
    Vous allez revenir avec de la créaline Bioderma et plein de produits Avène, Caudalie, Nuxe (baume rêve de miel!) et La Roche Posay -)

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  29. I hope you have a fantastic time in Paris! Would love to go one day.

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  31. Hello Caroline, I'm a new French fan of yours, hope you enjoyed your trip to Paris. I'm going to London this week-end, and I'm afraid I'll have to blame you if I go a bit crazy in Boots and Space NK... :)
    PS : Instead of "Vous voyez le mardi", try "On se voit mardi"... ;)

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  32. my question to you please Lady Hirons :) Why is it that people preach about those that have oily skin should use oil cleansers etc rather than SLS loaded ones as their skin interprets it that if its oil based, the skin will absorb that oil and produce less of its own leading to less oily complexion. yet, when somebody with skin that i think doesnt know how to produce its own oils (perpetually dry skin) if i dont use a face oil/treatment/moisturisers and try trick my skin into being forced to produce its own oils....i end up with skin that is dry beyond the Sahara desert and in such bad condition my face actually hurts! why doesnt it work both ways!

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  33. So jealous, I'd love to go. Have an amazing time.

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