Originally Posted by ralfjritter
It is surprising to read that some people would never purchase an Avon fragrance! Somehow this judgment appears to ignore the fact that the same fragrance houses and star perfumers who create for Estee Lauder, LVMH, Puig, etc. also work on Avon briefs and supply the Avon juices. If one does not like the Avon brand, fair enough, but Avon definitely delivers "bang for the buck" as they do not use inferior blends/ingredients. In fact, Avon are incredibly demanding about fragrance quality
I've been searching high and low (on the internet) for clues as to the source of a scent that I first encountered in the late 1960's.
My mom once included in her Avon order a small "play" lipstick intended for little girls. In addition to the cover having a bright fun pattern, I recall that the plastic cap had a flat circular piece at the top with a cartoon-like face of a little girl. I think that the lipstick was packaged to look like a little girl, with the covered container
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