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I received this recently and absolutely love it !! It is a Stunning Scent that lasts really well and comes in a Gorgeous Purple Bottle which will look stunning on your Dressing Table, If you love designer scents you will love this one at a fraction of the price 💷💷 at only £10.50 for a 50ml EDT, Body lotion and 10ml Purse Spray for when you are out and about and want to freshen up your fragrance to go from Day to Night 🌃 it has a delicious fragrance that is very Sexy and Rebellious !! Shaz xx
WOW Anew clean transforming cleansing balm.
This is by far the best cleanser Thanks Avon, so easy to use.
Rub into your fingers and massage in to face and neck. Add water and it turns to a milky water. Use a wet muslin cloth to wipe it all off. I can use this to remove my eye make up its so gentle on my sensitive eyes.
My red cheek is a little lighter after two weeks.
A real luxury at a very small cost. What more can we ask for
Can not wait to try the Anew clinical defend and repair antioxidant purifying mask.
Hi, I got a Multi way jumpsuit last year and now I've dug it out again for my holidays I can't remember how it ties to make the different top parts. Can anyone help? Pictures / video would be really handy. xx
A customer wants to try the Avon hair dye but has been told by her hairdresser to check where it is made and who produce it. I said I would try to get this information but serioously dont expect her to go any further. If anyone knows this info atleast I can pass it over. Thanks.
Are you making any New Year Resolutions? I'll be honest that I'm not. Why not? Well it does sound cheesy to say it but I like to keep my life under review, that way I can make small changes when I need to, & I'm more likely to stick to them.
I find the middle of winter the least inspiring time of year to set targets and make changes. Maybe when the weather's warmer, or when I'm on holiday & can get a better perspective on life. So no New Year Resolutions for me, but I am continuing with previously set health & fitness goals, so not opting out completely!
I know lots of people do like to set New Year Resolutions though.
In a former incarnation ( OK, job) I used to have to set lots of targets, & encourage others to set them & achieve them too.
Targets should be achievable, otherwise why set them? If they are too difficult to work at they are often quickly abandoned.
The acronym SMART is useful for thinking about targets. There are a few variations on the SMART theme. but here's one that works quite well.
So targets should be:_
S pecific, not woolly & vague.
M easurable - otherwise how will you know if you've achieved them?
A ttainable - too difficult & it's easy to give up, within reach then you can set more goals if you do achieve them.
R elevant, well it's got to fit in with life & lifestyle, no good setting a target just for the sake of it!
T ime framed - doesn't have to be a year, it could be in weekly or monthly increments. The small stages show success & keep enthusiasm going.
Good luck with your New Year Resolutions if you are making them, do share them here, and if like me you aren't making any then maybe let us know why not.
Happy New year everyone!