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Stunning September 2020 Hauls
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Reply: Nice hauls, @sonnydee!! Enjoy your goodies!! ...read more
Nice hauls, @sonnydee!! Enjoy your goodies!!
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Scented Candle Obsessed! Share your favs :)
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Reply: I only have 1 scented candle right now, from Bath and Body Work, and its the White Barn Orchard Blossom. Its smell like the inside ...read more
I only have 1 scented candle right now, from Bath and Body Work, and its the White Barn Orchard Blossom. Its smell like the inside of a fresh cottage wood house. Its not really "woody", its fresh, buy it reminds me the smell of a cottage, or a fireplace with a fresh scent mixed to those. I went to a spa where they burn fresh wood, it was bois-franc, i dont know/remembet the name in english, but it had a distinct smell, fresh wood or something lol. Anyway this candle smells like that mixed with a fresh scent. I hope they bring it back because last year i didnt find it in store. I also discovered that i very much like the scent of Palo Santo, i will be looking for a nice candle with that scent. Im a bit difficult wheh it comes to scented candles: i love apple pie, pumpkin pie, etc, but many candles that have those scents arnt on point, for me anyway lol, so i keep searching.
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Foot repair
I have very dry feet. Not peeling. But crinkly. I’ve tried all kinds of regular lotions and o’keefs repair cream, but they don’t h ...read more
I have very dry feet. Not peeling. But crinkly. I’ve tried all kinds of regular lotions and o’keefs repair cream, but they don’t help. Does anyone have any good recommendations? They straight up hurt sometimes
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2020 Mask of the Week Challenge
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Reply: O = olive and L = c’mon, you didn’t expect me to let an L week pass without a LuLuLun mask. Tonight’s session was the LuLuLun Prem ...read more
O = olive and L = c’mon, you didn’t expect me to let an L week pass without a LuLuLun mask. Tonight’s session was the LuLuLun Premium Shodo Island Olive mask. This one's new to me. This is one of LLL's single-sheet sleeves.Earlier tonight I opened a bottle of 2015 Uccelliera Brunello di Montalcino for dinner, so I decided to have a glass while masking. (Yeah, I opened it a few years too soon, but I’ve got more bottles in storage. If you're a sangiovese fan, this one's fantastic.) I should start sharing what I'm drinking with each mask. It's not always wine. Sometimes it's tea, a homemade smoothie, or flavored water. Other times, it's bourbon or beer. 🤣 If I could get into a morning mask routine, it'd be coffee. Brunellos are great partners for tomato-based pasta dishes.Notes: SpoilerClaims: Improves elasticity, moisture, and firmness; provides glowing brightened skin. Ingredients: Here’s a case where the star ingredient is near the end of the list. I don’t know offhand the efficacy of olive leaf extract at low percentages, but I do wish it was listed higher. Phytosteryl/octyl dodecyl lauroyl is an emollient registered as ELDEW® and claimed to be as effective as a ceramide. That plus dimethicone and squalane should make this mask very moisturizing. And I’m always happy to see rice lees included in a mask as a skin brightener. I recommend applying some sort of humectant and/or hydrating layer beneath nearly any sheet mask (even just plain ol' water), but especially under a mask like this that can act as a sealing moisturizer. SpoilerWater, Glycerin, Squalane, Dimethicone, Behenyl Alcohol, Hydrogenated Rapeseed Alcohol, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Dipentaerythrityl Tri-Polyhydroxystearate, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Sodium Methyl Stearoyl Taurate, Butyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Phytosteryl/octyl dodecyl Lauroyl Glutamate, Disodium EDTA, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Butylene Glycol, Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate, Molasses, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Lees Extract, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract, Tocopherol, Potassium Cocoyl Hydrolyzed Collagen Performance: This is LLL’s older style soft and stretchy sheet with eye flaps and tall nose slits. 2 simple inner corner snips were all the tailoring needed. Stretching to cover nearly my whole jaw was easy, so I didn't need to cut off the eye flaps and repurpose them to cover exposed skin. The lotion serum was completely scentless and very well distributed throughout the sheet. I poured a handful of extra serum from the sleeve and rubbed most of it over the sheet on my face, then massaged the rest into my hands and neck. This is not a cooling mask at all; it felt almost warming on my face. I lost track of time and wore it for 35 minutes. Lots of serum was left on the surface of my face and I honestly wasn’t sure it’d all penetrate my skin. So I wiped some of it off with the back of my hands, massaged that into my hands, and then massaged what remained on my face into my skin which, surprisingly, took just a couple minutes. I had no pilling afterward and no real tackiness… eh, just the typical post-moisturizer tack. Results: Baby soft skin with a mild healthy-looking glow. My face felt so moisturized, I didn’t apply a moisturizer to most of my face after using this mask. I just spread a little Aquaphor on the sides of my nose (the part of my oily zone I’ve babied for weeks), my undereyes, and my brow bones. I also didn’t need any additional cream or lotion on my hands; they felt and looked soooo soft and moisturized! Even now, I can't stop occasionally rubbing fingers on the backs of my hands. 😂 Makes me wish I'd saved the excess serum to use later as a full body moisturizer. Will probably do that with the remaining 4 masks. The Uccelliera Brunello has more acidity and lively spicy fruit (cherry, blackberry, currant, spice, and a bit of meatiness) than I’d associate with this mask. A better choice would’ve been a velvety merlot, like a Saint-Emilion: something soft, warm, and comfy, like lounging half-awake under my down comforter when my bedroom temp is just right (not hot or warm, but also not nose-chilling cool). That’s this mask. I’ll give it a 92 on the wine tasting scale for now. Score subject to change after I wake up in the morning, depending on how my skin looks and feels then. Claims: Improves elasticity, moisture, and firmness; provides glowing brightened skin. Ingredients: Here’s a case where the star ingredient is near the end of the list. I don’t know offhand the efficacy of olive leaf extract at low percentages, but I do wish it was listed higher. Phytosteryl/octyl dodecyl lauroyl is an emollient registered as ELDEW® and claimed to be as effective as a ceramide. That plus dimethicone and squalane should make this mask very moisturizing. And I’m always happy to see rice lees included in a mask as a skin brightener. I recommend applying some sort of humectant and/or hydrating layer beneath nearly any sheet mask (even just plain ol' water), but especially under a mask like this that can act as a sealing moisturizer. Water, Glycerin, Squalane, Dimethicone, Behenyl Alcohol, Hydrogenated Rapeseed Alcohol, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Dipentaerythrityl Tri-Polyhydroxystearate, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Sodium Methyl Stearoyl Taurate, Butyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Phytosteryl/octyl dodecyl Lauroyl Glutamate, Disodium EDTA, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Butylene Glycol, Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate, Molasses, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Lees Extract, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract, Tocopherol, Potassium Cocoyl Hydrolyzed Collagen Performance: This is LLL’s older style soft and stretchy sheet with eye flaps and tall nose slits. 2 simple inner corner snips were all the tailoring needed. Stretching to cover nearly my whole jaw was easy, so I didn't need to cut off the eye flaps and repurpose them to cover exposed skin. The lotion serum was completely scentless and very well distributed throughout the sheet. I poured a handful of extra serum from the sleeve and rubbed most of it over the sheet on my face, then massaged the rest into my hands and neck. This is not a cooling mask at all; it felt almost warming on my face. I lost track of time and wore it for 35 minutes. Lots of serum was left on the surface of my face and I honestly wasn’t sure it’d all penetrate my skin. So I wiped some of it off with the back of my hands, massaged that into my hands, and then massaged what remained on my face into my skin which, surprisingly, took just a couple minutes. I had no pilling afterward and no real tackiness… eh, just the typical post-moisturizer tack. Results: Baby soft skin with a mild healthy-looking glow. My face felt so moisturized, I didn’t apply a moisturizer to most of my face after using this mask. I just spread a little Aquaphor on the sides of my nose (the part of my oily zone I’ve babied for weeks), my undereyes, and my brow bones. I also didn’t need any additional cream or lotion on my hands; they felt and looked soooo soft and moisturized! Even now, I can't stop occasionally rubbing fingers on the backs of my hands. Makes me wish I'd saved the excess serum to use later as a full body moisturizer. Will probably do that with the remaining 4 masks. The Uccelliera Brunello has more acidity and lively spicy fruit (cherry, blackberry, currant, spice, and a bit of meatiness) than I’d associate with this mask. A better choice would’ve been a velvety merlot, like a Saint-Emilion: something soft, warm, and comfy, like lounging half-awake under my down comforter when my bedroom temp is just right (not hot or warm, but also not nose-chilling cool). That’s this mask. I’ll give it a 92 on the wine tasting scale for now. Score subject to change after I wake up in the morning, depending on how my skin looks and feels then.
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100 Shades of Eyeshadow Challenge
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Reply: Same, @Samtian, same. Why I moved to Canada, I'll never know. 略 ...read more
Same, @Samtian, same. Why I moved to Canada, I'll never know. 🥶
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Skincare Routine of the Day
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Reply: @heartsmyface You should be able to switch to desktop version on your mobile browser (at least in Chrome), if you didn't want to u ...read more
@heartsmyface You should be able to switch to desktop version on your mobile browser (at least in Chrome), if you didn't want to use your desktop anymore.
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Health and Sanity Check-Ins
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Reply: @Loretta55 ,I hope that things will turn out for the best for you! This is all so rough to go through. Wishing better days ahead ...read more
@Loretta55 ,I hope that things will turn out for the best for you! This is all so rough to go through. Wishing better days ahead for you!
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Empties
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Reply: I dont have a pic, but ill soon be completly empty/out of my Chatlotte Tilbury flawless finish powder. I guess i might post a pic ...read more
I dont have a pic, but ill soon be completly empty/out of my Chatlotte Tilbury flawless finish powder. I guess i might post a pic later when i officially have more empties lol 🙂
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Show Me Your Nails 2.0
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Reply: @RGbrown Oh wow that last look I love love love! ...read more
@RGbrown Oh wow that last look I love love love!
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Under-Eye Concealer and full size or samples?
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Reply: @SammaLee420 Hello! I would definitely try a mini first. Not only to see if the color matches, but to see if the formula works for ...read more
@SammaLee420 Hello! I would definitely try a mini first. Not only to see if the color matches, but to see if the formula works for you. I currently use the Nars one and I really like it.
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