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    Quote Originally Posted by Loveinamist View Post
    IS she? Hadn’t heard! would like to know if the glue in her extensions were vegan.
    Ah but they were probably put in before she became a vegan, apparently she’s keeping all her leather bags and shoes because she’d already bought them but “won’t buy any animal products since she’s became a vegan”........I know, you could make it up.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by shopperholic View Post
    Ah but they were probably put in before she became a vegan, apparently she’s keeping all her leather bags and shoes because she’d already bought them but “won’t buy any animal products since she’s became a vegan”........I know, you could make it up.

    So she’s the Beyonce vegan, not an ethical vegan.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loveinamist View Post
    So she’s the Beyonce vegan, not an ethical vegan.
    That’s right, most definitely not an ethical one.
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    I have wondered before now about comparative pricing. The most remarkable differences seem to be attributed to the Elizabeth Grant range. Its not a product for me so I just don't know but it seems that IW are regularly claiming discounts which must be in the region of 70 to 80%. I get it that worth or value is entirely due to how much anyone is prepared to pay but the EG people are clearly making their margin and IW shifts the volume to take their wedge plus the shipping and handling and the revenue from the phone call to place orders but you would have thought that this heavy discounting devalues the brand. So how much is it worth and is it worth to you what you paid is the relevant factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bristol View Post
    I have wondered before now about comparative pricing. The most remarkable differences seem to be attributed to the Elizabeth Grant range. Its not a product for me so I just don't know but it seems that IW are regularly claiming discounts which must be in the region of 70 to 80%. I get it that worth or value is entirely due to how much anyone is prepared to pay but the EG people are clearly making their margin and IW shifts the volume to take their wedge plus the shipping and handling and the revenue from the phone call to place orders but you would have thought that this heavy discounting devalues the brand. So how much is it worth and is it worth to you what you paid is the relevant factor.
    EG has been with IW for about 17/18 years they said. I remember seeing it on and off when I first started watching IW 19 years ago when they first started, that’s probably why IW get great discounts (out of loyalty perhaps) so it was not long after that EG started on IW. I always use EG, the skin care and cleansers are brilliant (I love Aldi’s beauty too). EG is sold around the world, it was on QVC France till they went bust a few months back (QVC France not EG) I know the prices are dearer in other retailers but as far as I’m concerned it’s worth it, I love their animal friendly beauty products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shopperholic View Post
    Ah but they were probably put in before she became a vegan, apparently she’s keeping all her leather bags and shoes because she’d already bought them but “won’t buy any animal products since she’s became a vegan”........I know, you could make it up.
    Absolutely Pathetic!! Sadly, this does not surprise me. I could never understand why she still "strokes" leather handbags when presenting. I know it's her job to sell them but if I had made a decision like that I would probably ask if I could switch hours as I would not be comfortable. I reckon Q HR would allow this as Queen B Julia seems to pick and choose her shows.
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    Little bumped update.......I tried the Nourish London and I’m absolutely over the moon with it, you only need a small amount and the way it dispensers the cream is fantastic, it sinks in to the skin almost immediately, I've left it for an hour to see and my skin is so soft and the most hydrated it’s ever felt. I’ve just ordered another two and will carry on with this skin care, it’s ethical too so I’m thrilled.
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    [QUOTE=Scandi Princess;947891]Absolutely Pathetic!! Sadly, this does not surprise me. I could never understand why she still "strokes" leather handbags when presenting. I know it's her job to sell them but if I had made a decision like that I would probably ask if I could switch hours as I would not be comfortable. I reckon Q HR would allow this as Queen B Julia seems to pick and choose her shows.[/QUOTE

    Obviously there is no problem with her being a vegan it’s just that she will not give it a rest. She mentions it at every opportunity. Eat what you like but stop going on and on about it. She is such an attention seeker, just like a number of her colleagues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shopperholic View Post
    EG has been with IW for about 17/18 years they said. I remember seeing it on and off when I first started watching IW 19 years ago when they first started, that’s probably why IW get great discounts (out of loyalty perhaps) so it was not long after that EG started on IW. I always use EG, the skin care and cleansers are brilliant (I love Aldi’s beauty too). EG is sold around the world, it was on QVC France till they went bust a few months back (QVC France not EG) I know the prices are dearer in other retailers but as far as I’m concerned it’s worth it, I love their animal friendly beauty products.

    I am tempted to try the EG once I have cleared my LE, Decleor and AH. Is it suitable for sensitive, dry skin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    I am tempted to try the EG once I have cleared my LE, Decleor and AH. Is it suitable for sensitive, dry skin?
    Evie youíll like EG you know, Iím amazed at the Nourish London skin care, so from now on my skin care of choice will be EG, as always, and Nourish London, if you try it letís know how you get on xx.

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