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Which Products Do You Wish Were Easier to Find?

In today's New York Times, writer Ricki Morell discusses her mother's panic upon discovering that her beloved Camay soap has become nearly impossible to find. While it hasn't been discontinued, and it's still sold through distributors online and abroad, you probably won't have much luck finding it in your local drugstore.

This got me to thinking about products I wish were easier to find. I've been using Bonne Bell's famous blush gels since my younger years but can only seem to purchase them through the company directly at this point. What about you? Whether it's due to nostalgia, a bit of sensory memory, or some other reason altogether, which longtime beauty favorites of yours do you wish were easier to find?

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connie22 connie22 5 years
I can never find the Queen Helene Masque, Mint Julep in stores!
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
Oh, that's a good one. I love Paul and Joe, especially the cute designs, but tracking the goods down is another story.
linneacs linneacs 5 years
Repeats, but I second the BECCA, Illamasqua and Inglot. As well, to add my own, NARS is for some reason hard to find in Canada.
Ellenora Ellenora 5 years
I wish there were more products for people with hypersensitive skin and those with fragrance allergies! It's so frustrating to find products that won't give me headaches and/or hurt my skin!
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
I'm always trying to find a good selection of BECCA cosmetics. Their foundations are good.
socialitedreams socialitedreams 5 years
Oyin Handmade products for my hair would be purchased much more if there were in store products near me (chicago). Finding a red blush was HARD!!! I only came up with MAC frankly scarlett and nars exhibit a (went with nars). I also wish that it were easy to find a really dark powder at drugstores (dark ebony type complexion) so that I can use for contouring. I feel for the girls who are actually ebony complexion and want makeup, i can hardly ever find anything and i only want it for playing with contouring!
smiley13tree smiley13tree 5 years
I agree with postmodern. I loved Plush! I saw that they still sell like 3 colors at my local Target and CVS. I also lean towards hard to find brands such as Lipstick Queen, Beaute cosmetics, Anna Sui, Paul & Joe, Jill Stuart. It's quite awful seeing that shipping costs a ton and sometimes there's overseas markups. Oh well.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
L'Oreal's HIP Jelly Balm. They're becoming harder to find, and when I do see them, there's only a limited amount of colors available. Does anyone know if they're being discontinued or something? The color "Luscious" is my favorite lip product to wear in the fall/winter!
Ladytron7000 Ladytron7000 5 years
Ha, yeah, where are the glow-in-the-dark nail polishes? I needed one for my atomic Halloween costume, but couldn't find one. Hm. More importantly, I wish I could find Maybelline eye shadow rollers in the perfect champagne color that was just perfect for a subtle sparkle on the weekends. I must have tried 8 eyeshadows looking for a substitution. Finally, NYC brand champagne shimmer thing came through, but I prefer the roller packaging.
luvmylacquer luvmylacquer 5 years
i'm a self-proclaimed nail junkie, as my username implies lol..why is it so hard to find glow-in-the-dark, crackle, or foil/metallic nail polishes in stores?? :(
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