Product Polygamy Week: Bath & Body

Happy Friday, dolls! Are you as over this week as I am? I hope you have fantast MLK weekend plans. Mine include a fam party in central New Jersey to which I’m going to somehow figure out some transportation, a LOT of laundry, some movies (I saw Revolutionary Road last night – depressing, but the flick featured some awesome retro hair and makeup), and some blog writing. I’ll be posting my full interview with LOST makeup artist Emily Katz on Monday, so check back in then!

Yay for THAT AND for the season premiere on Wednesday, which I will be taking in with my friend Lauren at our favorite LOST bar. This bar shows new LOST episodes in an enormous room with couches and provides shots every time someone says “The Others” and free drinks anytime someone gets killed. It’s AMAZING.

Anywho, I digress. Product Polygamy Week concludes with the Bath & Body category! Oh, and thanks to the hilarious Beth Shapouri who writes for the Glamour Girls in the Beauty Department Blog for giving Daneen and me a shout-out yesterday!

Here are the B & B products I’ve decided deserve Barb, Nicki, and Margene status:


The Barb: Burberry Classic

The Nicki: Jo Malone Lime Basil & Mandarin Cologne

The Margene: Fresh Mangosteen Eau de Parfum


The Barb: Organic Apoteke Body Cleanse Gel in Sicilian Orange & Mandarin

The Nicki: Kings & Queens George III Lime Shower Gel

The Margene: Philosophy Falling in Love Perfumed Shampoo, Shower Gel and Bubble Bath


The Barb: Kai Body Butter

The Nicki: BODY by Sonya Dakar Nourishing Body Oil in Verbena Cypress

The Margene: Biotherm Baume Ultra Riche


The Barb: Whish Shave Crave

The Nicki: Venus Embrace

The Margene: Eos Evolution of Smooth Ultra Moisturizing Shave Cream

Don’t forget to head over to Spoiled Pretty to check out Daneen’s Bath & Body Polygamy Week final feature!

6 Comments Product Polygamy Week: Bath & Body

  1. SolarTantrum

    Amber. I’m in NYC. I am also obsessed with LOST. I would love to go to that bar. Can you tell me where it is? My best friend is dying to go to a place like that. (So am I).
    DO you need to make reservations?


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