Monday, 18 January 2016

L.A. here I come!

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I'm off to L.A. next week and although I'm working pretty much solidly, I will have at least one day off and so instead of wandering aimlessly in Target/Ulta/Sephora (blood pressure is rising as I type) etc, I wanted to ask if you had any particular brands that you would like me to check out while I'm there. I have a few in mind, but I'm willing to take one for the team (HAHAHAHA) and shop beauty like a demon in the limited time off that I have. I know that a lot of you are based in the US, and I am sometimes asked about brands that we just do not have access to over here, so will definitely be on the lookout for those.

Please do leave me some ideas/requests in the comments. I have a large baggage allowance and am not afraid to use it.

And also....food recommendations please! Otherwise I'll set up shop in Tender Greens and never leave.



*SO EXCITED, makes California playlist*








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  1. I love LA. I think it gets a bad wrap. Have a great time! Looking forward to seeing how it goes.

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  2. Drunk Elephant (Best. Brand Name. Ever.) and Josie Maran, please!

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    1. Seconding Drunk Elephant!

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    2. Forgot to mention that you should also check out ShiKai body lotion while you're in the States. You can pick it up at Whole Foods and some drug stores. Have a wonderful trip!

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  3. I am so excited to see what you discover! I live in the US and would love to know what drugstore skin care products I should be scooping up (especially in Ulta)! But let's face it, I'd splurge for anything you tell me too! Safe travels!

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  4. would love your thoughts on the indie lee line...it's popping up at some anthropologie stores. ingredients look basic, but solid - obviously won't be sold on it until madam hirons gets her paws on it for a thorough going-over, though.

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  5. Some new skin care at SEPHORA : Drunk Elephant, Tony Moly, Too Cool for School. The American tearoom has some awesome tea blends.

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    1. I wouldn't buy K Beauty products from Sephora, they are very very marked up and sometimes a different formulation to the originals. Only good for swatching. Order them direct from Korea if you can. For example, the new Too Cool Dinoplatz contour palette is $48 on Sephora and $24 direct from respected Korean online stores. Tony Moly Sheet masks are like $8 or something, compared to $1 online from Korea. Only problem is waiting for them ;)

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    2. Charlotte - I would love names of a few stores in Korea!

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    3. ohhhh @ Charlotte Troman what online site do you use for the Korea products? I will wait and be happy for it:)

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    4. Yes please Charlotte! I'd be interested in your K Beauty sites also xxx

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    5. Sorry, only just seen this! (this is Charlotte) Some good ones are Jolse, Tester Korea, Beauty Net Korea, Rose Rose Shop and Sasa. I've ordered from all of those to the UK. These are often on ebay as well (f2plus1 is Beauty Net Korea, Iamlove-shop and bringbringshop are Jolse I think and RubyRuby is Rose Rose shop). Hope that helps! PS. TK Maxx has a great selection at the moment but a bit more expensive than direct from Korea as well.xx

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  6. Ooh, Caroline, lucky you, enjoy the LA sunshine! (We're freezing here in New England.) If you have the opportunity to look at any Algenist or Perricone products while at Sephora, I'd love to hear your thoughts. You've featured Perricone on the blog before, but not lately, so I'm not sure if it's a matter of availability or more in keeping with your habit of only reviewing things you like.

    Also, LA in January seems like the perfect time to let us know if you come across any great fake tan products!

    Thank you and safe travels. xo

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    1. Check out Vita Liberata. A lot of people recommend. Sold in Sephora US/Canada - not sure where you are located.

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  7. TUUNNEEE 😎😎😎😎 so this excess baggage, could you fit a 5ft 6" willing bag carrier in it 😂😂😂 have a beautiful time xx look forward to the vlog on your return xxx

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  8. If you could check out Kat Burki, please....I don't believe you've covered it on here before and I've been eyeing it at Space NK at Nordstrom. Would love to know your thoughts. Thank you and have a great trip!

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    1. You can get Kat Burki on sale in TJ Maxx quite frequently. I have tried her spritzes (which drench you - the spray is really heavy) and a mask (which made my not-at-all-sensitive skin come up in a red rash). Definitely one to sample before buying!

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  9. Could you check out Sonya Dakar? Enjoy the trip.

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  10. I'd love it if you reviewed Eucerin which is a drug store brand. I don't know if you have it in GB.

    Lilah

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  11. It's not a brand, but I'd be interested if you have a different SPF routine when you're stateside. We're mostly at a much lower latitude than the UK, so UV is more of an issue. I actually looked and my city is closer to Ibiza than London in latitude. I'd love to hear if your thoughts on daily sunscreen change when you're closer to the Equator.

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  12. I'd like your take on the CeraVe line- I love their hydrating cleanser- and Sonia kashuk has come out with more skincare at target. I also echo the drunk elephant line. I tried their serum and it seems good!

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  13. Drunk elephant (aha and Marula night serum, vit c and turmeric day serum) available at sephora; tried samples and loved but not sure if it's worth it to invest in? Have gift cards though...ingredients seem really nice. But what do I know.
    Cerave pm moisturizer- high in niacinamide, ceramides and feel like it's erased acne scars and balanced my dehydration and oiliness as well as stopped winter flakies
    Mychelle pumpkin enzyme cleanser

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  14. If you end up meeting May Lindstrom, please give her big hug and a smooch. I have the blue cocoon ( thank you cult beauty box :)) and I have since purchased the Problem Solver and the Youth Dew, because dammit I deserved it. OMG. Like butta. So I reserve them for when I want to feel special. As for a brand for you to look out for, I'm not sure if you have tried Dr. Alkaitis. I never have and I'm curious to know your opinion.

    Thank You for making me love my skin again :)

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  15. Welcome to LA! The two brands I'd love to read reviews on are Kat Burki and Tilth Beauty (which you can find at Evolue on Robertson Blvd - a green beauty shop). Any chance you'll be meeting the public somewhere???

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  16. Check out the coolest beauty shop in LA - the detox market. They have all the best brands in "green-ish" beauty like kypris, odacite, indie lee, may lindstrom etc. They are in Beverly. I would love your thoughts on Odacite, they are huge now. And I really love their approach to oils and akincare in general. I would be very interested to hear your opinion on their line and their serums and moisturizers in particular.

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    1. Caroline included an Odacite oil in her second Cult Beauty box!

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  17. Food recommendation: a vegan restaurant called Real Food Daily. Their vegan lasagna had me on my knees. Note: I am not a vegan.

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  18. Ditto to Drunk Elephant (esp. serums). Also La Bella Figura (oils), Kahina Giving Beauty, and Yuli (cleansers).

    For makeup: Gressa (esp. their 'serum' foundation), RMS, Ilia, Kjaer Weis (eyeshadows!), and Vapour.

    In other words, would love your take on other 'green' brands that you haven't already embraced (Tata, May Lindstrom, Kypris). The Detox Market in LA would be a great place to shop/explore.

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  19. Lemaje for Biologique Recherche facial in Beverly Hills!!! Left you an IG comment! -PassporteBeaute

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  20. I have heard wonderful things about Esthetic Arts Skincare line. I believe they have a spa in Cali, not sure where but it might be worth looking into. http://www.estheticarts.com/product/retinol-repair/

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  21. Have you thought of reviewing Belif? I know it is not a US brand but it is pretty new to us, available at Sephora, and I don't think you get it in the UK yet? True Cream Moisture Bomb has been the bomb this winter.

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    1. I third this! Really would love reviews of the K-beauty options from Sephora. I am sooo hesitant to buy anything non-Hirons-approved these days, but a lot of them look amazing. I did splurge on the May Coop Raw Sauce, which I am loving the feel (and packaging) of - no idea if it's any good, though!

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  22. Would love to see your inflight skin care routine as I'm off to the US shortly and always get off the plane feeling like a prune , and any recommendations for something to put on prior to landing with good SPF as I'm ghost white and need it :-)

    Also if you have time anything worth bringing back from Target/CVS/Walgreen's ...I had been planning a Sephora/Ulta splurge but due the demise of my car at the weekend splurge budget has to be greatly revised !

    Have a safe trip and thanks in advance :-)

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  23. Targets Sonia Kashuk. She has masks, a toner and an oil. Would love to know your opinion.

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  24. Please get your hands on the real Queen Kate (Somerville), take her out for a cup of tea and tell her for the love of all things shiny to come to the UK - and Europe - ASAP.
    I found Essie nail polish to be half the price over there so stock up as the colours/shine for non Shellac days are fab. Also I second Josie Maran & Amazing Cosmetics in Sephora - who also need to come to the UK sharpish - for your review please. Have a fab trip you lucky lady x

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  25. Hi caroline, could you please check out some more sheamoisture products, thank you kindly xx (Steph)

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  26. Pacifica Beauty's Dreamy Youth Day & Night Face Cream, and Kale Detox Deep Cleansing Face Wash.
    Also, Luxa Skin is a skincare brand I've bookmarked for when I'm in my 40s and 50s, particularly for this product which has a tightening effect: http://www.luxaskin.com/product/amino-peptide-eye-gel/

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  27. Would love if you checked out Glossier and RMS!
    Have a great trip!!

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  28. I was there at the New Year for the last Motley Crue concert, I'm dying to go back!!!
    Mel's diner does gorgeous food, Craig's is fab too but to be honest we didn't have a bad meal anywhere!
    Santa Monica is beautiful for a nice seaside lunch ��
    I'd like some info on the Josie Maran line. Everyone raves about it but is it just creams with Argan oil in...¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    Have a fab time anyway xx

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  29. Ps. You must visit the Rainbow bar and grill, rock and roll history!!

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  30. You must have one of the delicious salads from sweetgreen.

    http://sweetgreen.com/

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  31. Boscia, Belif, Tony Moly, any of the Korean beauty goodies at Sephora, Peter Thomas Roth.... Have a wonderful time! Already looking forward to the vlog!

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  32. Great news Caroline!

    Some I still haven't managed to test and I'm so curious about:

    * Neutrogena (the US-only skincare products, which many beauty journalists say are great, especially SPF-wise)
    * Banish (not in shops, but shipping to US addresses)
    * Jergens #sunlesstan

    Have a great time in L.A.!

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  33. Boscia and Drunk Elephant please :)

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    1. Yes, I totally agree! I've been looking for reviews on Boscia and would love your input, particularly on their cleansers. I am also interested in Drunk Elephants oil.

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  34. I know it might seem a bit rubbish, but any standouts from Sephora's own range would be great! Enjoy your trip!

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  35. I am interested in Honest beauty make-up.have a lovely trip

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  36. I know it might seem a bit rubbish but any standouts from Sephora's own range would be great! Enjoy your trip x

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  37. I would love to know something about Honest Beauty make-up. Have a lovely trip

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  39. Drunk Elephant (as others have mentioned), and would love to hear your thoughts on some "green" brands like Yuli, Moss, One Love Organics, etc! Have a great trip!

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  40. Also, I forgot-- Mario Badescu is sold across the US & is dirt cheap. I've avoided in the past because of SLS in some of the cleansers, but it seems to be gaining in popularity here. Might be worth a look!

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    1. Caroline said in a previous video that the Aloe Toner was the only MB product that she liked the look of

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  41. Save Your Hair by Solar Recover (hair moisturizer and detangled). I believe you find it in whole foods. Basic ingredients but I am intrigued. Please, report back before I purchase online across the atlantic! enjoy

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  42. Please film some blogs if you're able! I miss hearing your stories and off the cuff moments.

    I'll join the choir on Drunk Elephant and add Farmacy and Belif. Have a wonderful trip!

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  43. One Love Organics! Enjoy your time here. Roots in Laguna Beach is an awesome "clean" beauty store. xo

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  44. Would love your thoughts on Tula and/or probiotics in skincare in general (seems fishy to me - how do they stay alive??). You should also check out the gorgeous Violet Grey shop in LA. Beautiful selection of makeup and skincare. Have a wonderful time and thank you for the work you do!

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  45. I was going to ask too! I picked up a few bits in Singapore Airport a fortnight ago but would love the Hirons view on them. Bought Aqua Bomb but much prefer the sample of Moisture Bomb I got with it :(
    I also got the Overnight Recovery Mask and the Aqua Rush Mask on a whim because they were only about €16 each.
    It's available online from the Belif shop in Scotland. Seen some stuff on Amazon too.

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    1. This was meant to be a reply to another commenter upthread, not a comment on its own… Anyways, I was asking about Belif in case that wasn't obvious!

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  46. Some of the brands that keep popping up in my life that I haven't tried are Pacifica Beauty, Herbivore, SW Basics, Glamglow, and Drunk Elephant. I am also curious about your thoughts on Glossier and if there are any drugstore brands you like in the US.

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  47. Dermaceutic and Revision...also do you have any experience with VI peel?

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  48. +1 Drunk Elephant
    +1 Belif
    May Coop's Raw Sauce
    Tatcha

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  49. For food:
    Be a Real Housewife and go to Villa Blanca, Sur (goat cheese balls!) or Pump

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  50. LA. LOVE IT. Make sure you go to dinner at El Compadre and have a flaming margarita. Breakfast at Fred 62 in Los Feliz followed by Skylight books. Too many good things to do in LA - but do try and make it to the Griffith Observatory if you can. Lovely views across the valley - almost as good as being taken up the Lickeys.

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  51. (I think The Grove might be my spiritual home). (You know, in my darker moments)

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  52. Bottega Organica, please! Would love to know your thoughts! Also, as mentioned Yuli and Odacite. Thank you!

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  53. Image Skincare. It's what my aesthetician uses on my skin and recommends and I've always wondered what you thought about it!

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  54. kenzoki and boscia!! thank you!!

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  55. That is one of my favourites songs from one of my favourites movies!! So excited to see what you pick up. I'm heading to the States in October so I can't wait to see the reviews of your U.S. pickups so I can add to my (already lengthy) list. Enjoy your trip and safe travels Caroline!

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  56. A review of the revamp of the Bare Minerals skincare range would be great (specifically their new serum - Skinlongevity Vital Power Infusion). It sounds like a lot of BS to me, but it would be interesting to hear your thoughts on their key ingredient.

    And ditto to Drunk Elephant. I really really want to try Framboos!

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  57. Laneige, now carried at sephora, murad, and mario badescu.

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  58. laneige (now carried at sephora), murad and mario badescu, please!

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  59. I wish you could check out 100% pure skincare and bath and body products. They are based in California. Also Sanre organic, especially their sunscreens (they are from Georgia). Have a safe trip and lots of fun.

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  60. Welcome to LA! Make sure you get some good Mexican food when you are here. Let us know generally where you're staying and I can make restaurant recommendations. LA is huge and you shouldn't be driving around too much for good food. For natural brands, try Detox Market (for high end, like Odacite, May Lindstrom, etc.) and Whole Foods (yes, the supermarket) for moderately-priced skincare and makeup.

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  61. I would personally go for "mahalo" skincare- very limited products but sounds interesting

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  62. Pop on up to one of the DavidsTea locations in the LA area! Their tea is incredible; definitely a must-try for a tea lover like yourself. I've seen brands at Ulta that i'm not sure on in the "budget" skincare selection like Hada Labo Tokyo, Exuviance, Lumene, and derma-e that all look mildly interesting but nothing necessarily groundbreaking. Not sure if they're specifically American brands, but all the same, that section of the skincare aisle always mystifies me when i'm having a browse through the shop. Sephora is gold, of course; Drunk Elephant looks interesting and they're going bonkers over sheet masks there right now, i'd love to know if you find any of the Dr. Jart or TonyMoly masks to be any good.

    As far as food, The Curious Palate and The Misfit were two of my favorite places to eat when I was living in Santa Monica last year. Fantastic food. Enjoy!

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  63. Drunk Elephant,Tatcha,AmorePacific. Please find a treatment for dark spots for us in the states less than $150 a bottle and as effective as the Zelens Z Luminous. Cheaper is always acceptable of course.
    Enjoy LA!

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  64. Please try the Dermadoctor brand, especially the Ain't Misbehaving cleanser. I have used it for a while and would love to know what you think of this product and of the entire line (it being doctor formulated and everything). Also, like others have said, try the Boscia Tsubaki beauty oil and their cleansing oil.

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  65. Please comment on dermalogica. Thanks

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  66. Check out Drunk Elephant....

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  67. Have fun and enjoy the sun!

    I'd love to hear what you have to say about Boscia products- they are fabulous and their new sponges are not bad either. I'm also in love with Tatcha's indigo line.

    Anddddd any recommendations on Sephoras new Korean beauty skin care brands would be highly appreciated. I've got sensitive skin and don't try new things often- only upon recommendation ;) dr. Jart seems standard- but is it worth it? Or should I splurge on some Sunday Riley? Oh the questions.

    Can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  68. PS grab some tortilla soup!

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  69. Check out all the korean brands in Sephora!

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  70. Hi Caroline! How about a new certified cruelty-free company? Have a great time!

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  71. I second Josie Maran and Whole Foods' beauty department, specifically Dr. Hauschka and Burt's Bees (for a budget option). Thanks and have a great trip!

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    1. I believe Caroline has previously said she's not impressed with Dr. Hauschka - not to put words in her mouth, but I recall this from a video and perhaps comments.

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  72. Please try Herbivore Botanicals. They should be at Sephora now.

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  73. Products: Would really be interested in "Caroline does discount shops" as a series - as in I think you should pitch Walgreens/Duane Reade/Boots (they're all linked up) on sponsoring this as a video series. Total no-brainer to help them push the Boots/UK products they're carrying over here. (Also, Walgreens/Duane Reade carry several "European" brands that I never, ever see mentioned on beauty blogs or anywhere. Which makes me wonder.)

    LA reccos:

    If you want a special (but not exorbitant) restaurant with amazing views over LA, head to Yamashiro. http://yamashirohollywood.com/

    If you want incredible Jewish home cooking (including reubens to die for), head to Pico Kosher Deli: http://www.pkdla.com/

    If you want a dive bar where you're likely to run into Keifer Sutherland, Jon Hamm, and all sorts of Hollywood n'er do wells, Ye Rustic Inn: http://yerusticinn.com/

    If you want an old school Hollywood bar with octogenarian bartenders making you the same drinks they mixed for the likes of Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr., and to run into the likes of Benicio Del Toro, George Clooney, and other ugly people, try Musso & Frank: http://mussoandfrank.com/

    Have a blast!

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  74. Go to Café Gratitude and eat the "Mucho" bowl. So good! I'm not even vegan and it was delicious.
    639 N Larchmont Blvd

    If you want Thai, go to Pa Ord Noodle on 5301 Sunset.

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  75. Any comments about Janet Sartin will be greatly appreciated

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  77. I also agree with checking out the Drunk Elephant line at Sephora and I'd love to hear your thoughts on the Laneige skin care line from Target. Hope you have a great trip!

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  78. Too Cool for Schoold line (it's at Sephora!)

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  79. Acure Organics, RoC Skincare, Eminence Organics, S.W. Basics, M-61 from Blue Mercury

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  80. Restaurant recommendations: urth cafe on melrose (vegan pumpkin pie), jon and vinny's on fairfax, pizzeria mozza on highland, nobu malibu, gjelina on abbott kinney.

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  81. Caroline,
    I know you have tried SheaMoisture body products, so it would be great to know what you think of their skincare. They smell amazing! Also maybe Derma E products, especially the Glycolic, Peptide and Vitamin A products. These brand are sold at ULTA and CVS.

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  82. I agree about all the drunk elephant products! I currently use and love both of the serums. I would love to see some new moisturizer reviews from brands at Sephora though I can't specifically name any. Well, on second thought... Dr. Jart ceramidin cream or lotion, the brand belif, korres, or the brand farmacy! :D Happy shopping!

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  83. Don't know the date of your vlog about shampoos,but I only discovered you recently and am working my way through everything. LOVE your vlogs in particular. Perhaps the childhood shampoo you are referring to is "Gee your hair smells terrific" originally by Jergens. Possibly you can still get a hold of it,see info here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gee,_Your_Hair_Smells_Terrific

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  84. Hi Caroline just back from beauty bash and there was an American brand Beauty Bioscience, already launched in US...coming to QVC and Selfridges in Feb... It's a three phase retinol system gradually increasing over 45 days....have you heard anything??

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  85. Please look into Farmacy. Have a great time!

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  86. Lady Hirons, Would't it be a lovely giveaway if Target or Ulta or Sephora sponsored a Shop-a-Long for a lucky reader, etc??? Would make a great Vlog; but on the downside, it could take hours! Have a wonderful trip!

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  87. Andalou Naturals (made in CA)...have fun!

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  88. I second Lancer (especially the nourish moisturizer) and May Coops Raw Sauce!

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  89. I second Lancer (especially the nourish moisturizer) and May Coops Raw Sauce!

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  90. Also - anything by the brand Herbivore. They seem to be highly rated and rarely in stock, but wondering what you think.

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  91. Can you please review more Fresh products? Preferably the Black Tea Age Delay range. Thank you.

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  92. Late to the game but... It Cosmetics, specifically, their Confidence in a Cream. I love it and would be interested in your take :)

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  93. Hi Caroline!!!
    I would be really interested to see you review Neutrogena, Olay, Clean & Clear, Yes to, or Aveeno! Basically any of the drugstore brands that are found in the US. All of these brands have a ton of different skin care products, but I never know which ones are worth buying. THANK YOU!!!!!!

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  94. Hope I'm not to late with a request for a product line exploration. If you could check out some products from the NIA24 line, I'd love to hear your opinion on them. Available at SpaceNK in the US, not sure if it's available in the UK. Another brand the sales associates at the local SpaceNK push is Bakel.
    Don't have any restuarant recs, as I haven't been to LA in years. I think I need to remedy this soon. Hope you have good weather. It's been raining quite a bit here in northern CA.

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  95. Andalou Naturals ! You can check them at whole foods.

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  96. Detox Market (Clean beauty store)
    Cafe Gratitude (healthy resto)
    Nickey Kehoe (home store)
    Turpan (home store)
    Joan's on Third (resto)
    The Ivy (resto) - touristy
    The Sycamore Kitchen
    Moon Juice (including skin and health supplements)
    Whole Foods
    Tacos - food trucks
    Free Range - food truck
    Arelight Cinema
    Olive and June (nails)

    Enjoy!

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  97. And Sonya Dakar products.

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  98. Mahalo (I hear great things about their Indigo Balm somewhat like Blue Cocoon).

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  99. I live in London too but I read that if you go to Hourglass' flagship LA store you are able to buy a customisable ambient lighting palette with your own choice of powders - sounds perfect to me! Have a great trip x

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  100. Sqirl in Silverlake for breakfast or lunch
    Guisados in Echo Park for tacos

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  101. Hi Caroline I'd be really interested to hear what you think about the Skin Inc stuff especially the serums, I found out about them in Asia but they are available in Sephora in USA but not in UK yet, it seems like a nice uncomplicated range breaking down serums into key ingredients. Thanks, Emma in London

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  102. I'm late to the party, but I'd love to see your opinion on Andalou Naturals. (the 1000 roses beauty oil, the enzyme and the glycolic masks especially). Please disregard their stem cell BS :( It seems to be a really nice range, based on the few items i tried and very affordable. It would just be nice to know, if it works :) it can be bought on amazon uk.

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  103. I'm late to the party, but I'd love to see your opinion on Andalou Naturals. (the 1000 roses beauty oil, the enzyme and the glycolic masks especially). Please disregard their stem cell BS :( It seems to be a really nice range, based on the few items i tried and very affordable. It would just be nice to know, if it works :) it can be bought on amazon uk.

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