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Brigitte Bardot’s Favorite Beauty Products

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Hello lovelies, after doing extensive research, I discovered all of Brigitte Bardot’s favorite perfumes you can still buy today. I had a hard time finding what skincare products she used, but I was able to look at some old photos of her dressing table and may have found a few products that she used. Based on the old photos I matched, a few possibilities include some vintage Avon face creams, including Avon Rich Moisture Cream, which is one of Avon’s oldest skincare products. I also noticed an Avon Nutura Face cream and an Avon perfumed powder sachet. I think it is very likely that she used Avon because it was a very popular skincare brand in the 1950s and 1960s. 

I also found all of the perfumes that she used, including Jicky, Fracas, Vent Vert, and Chanel No.5. Below is a list of all her perfumes and beauty products that she used. 

Guerlain Jicky perfume:

Jicky is a perfume by the House of Guerlain, created by Aimé Guerlain. Introduced in 1889, it is the oldest continuously-produced perfume in the world.

Jicky was one of the first perfumes created with the addition of synthetic materials, and was the first abstract perfume in history, meaning it is not based on a single note. Its perfume notes include spice, lemon, lavender, wood, and vanilla.

Pierre Balmain Vent Vert:

Vent Vert by Pierre Balmain is a Floral Green fragrance for women. Vent Vert was launched in 1947. Vent Vert was created by Germaine Cellier for Pierre Balmain

Robert Piguet Fracas:

Fracas was first launched in 1948 and then reissued in 1998. Intoxicating fragrance in Parisian style, known for its refined simplicity, and as an object of desire for women all over the world. Fracas is glamorous and comfortable at the same time, modern and provocative. It is ultra-feminine and sexy!

Chanel No. 5

1921

Chanel No. 5 was the first perfume launched by French couturier Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel. The scented formula for the fragrance was compounded by French-Russian chemist and perfumer Ernest Beaux. The design of its bottle has been an essential part of the product’s allure.

Face Cream: 

Avon Care Rich Moisture Comforting Nourishing Cream

Avon Solutions Nurtura Replenishing Cream 

My makeup products worn in this video:

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Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

Brigitte Bardot's favorite Beauty products, Brigitte Bardot style, Brigitte Bardot makeup, Brigitte Bardot hair, 1960s makeup

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