Toiletries and Cosmetics

Articles de toilette et produits de beauté

Toiletries and cosmetics in French
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Time to get ready! Do you know the French terms for toiletries, cosmetics, and the reflexive verbs that go with them? Check out this vocabulary list with sound files.

to brush one’s hairse brosser les cheveux
to brush one’s teethse brosser les dents
to do one’s nailsse faire les ongles
to put on make-upse maquiller
to shavese raser
to washse laver
blusherle fard à joues
bubble bathle bain moussant
comble peigne
conditionerle baume démêlant
dental flossle fil dentaire
deodorantle déodorant
eyeshadowle fard à paupières
foundationla base (de maquillage)
hairbrushla brosse à cheveux
lipstickle rouge à lèvres
make-uple maquillage
make-up removerle démaquillant
mascarale mascara
moisturizerla crème hydratante
mouthwashle bain de bouche
nail clippersla pince à ongles
nail filela lime à ongles
nail polishle vernis à ongles
nail polish removerle dissolvant
razorle rasoir
sanitary napkin la serviette hygiénique
shampoole shampooing
shaverle rasoir électrique
shaving (the act of)le rasage
shaving creamla crème à raser
soaple savon
tampon le tampon
toothbrushla brosse à dents
toothpastele dentifrice
towel la serviette
tweezersla pince fine, la pince à épiler

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2 Responses

  1. Brittany Harrison 16 July 2018 / 16:29

    Pour ce vocabulaire, utilise-t-on l’article partitive? Pour exemple: “Il faut appliquer de la crème solaire pour protéger la peau?”