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Elizabeth Arden

  • ... nothing that costs only a dollar is worth having.

    • Elizabeth Arden,
    • in Alfred Allan Lewis and Constance Woodworth, Miss Elizabeth Arden ()
  • [To her husband:] ... dear, never forget one little point. It's my business. You just work here.

    • Elizabeth Arden,
    • in Alfred Allan Lewis and Constance Woodworth, Miss Elizabeth Arden ()
  • You've got to spend a little money to make a little money.

    • Elizabeth Arden,
    • maxim, in Margaret Allen, Selling Dreams ()
  • I'm not interested in age. People who tell their age are silly. You're as young as you feel.

    • Elizabeth Arden
  • Death not merely ends life, it also bestows upon it a silent completeness, snatched from the hazardous flux to which all things human are subject.

    • Elizabeth Arden

Elizabeth Arden, Canadian-born U.S. cosmetician, businesswoman

(1878 - 1966)

Real name: Florence Nightingale Graham.