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April Hauls and Spring Savings Stars 🌟
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Reply: Congratulations on your haul! @yoaggie  I want to try the Herbivore Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative! ...read more
Congratulations on your haul! @yoaggie 😊 I want to try the Herbivore Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative!
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FOUND IN THE WILD THREAD!!!
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Reply: I feel like the bottle designs are a big part of the appeal to the TM frags so I love how detailed they made the boxes for this se ...read more
I feel like the bottle designs are a big part of the appeal to the TM frags so I love how detailed they made the boxes for this set too! Definitely the type of packaging you wanna savor and display on your vanity or dresser for a while. (I hoard packaging to use in mixed media collages so I would probably keep it regardless, but...😝)
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Vitamin C please
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Reply: @etufino The first kinda-sorta-similar and less expensive product that comes to mind is Maelove Glow Maker, available for about $ ...read more
@etufino The first kinda-sorta-similar and less expensive product that comes to mind is Maelove Glow Maker, available for about $28 USD direct from the brand. Glow Maker contains 15% of vitamin C's pure form, ascorbic acid, so it may be stronger than Truth Serum. (I don't know the % of vitamin C derivative in Truth Serum.) And it doesn't contain collagen but, to me, that's not a negative*. It does contain some other ingredients found in Truth Serum but not the fragrance/perfuming components (limonene, linalool, and whatever "aroma/flavor" really is in Truth Serum's INCI list). Glow Maker's INCI list: SpoilerWater (Aqua), Ascorbic Acid, Ethoxydiglycol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Vitis Vinifera/Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Magnolia Officinalis Bark Extract, Tocopherol, Xanthan Gum, Ferulic Acid, Lecithin, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Metabisulfite, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Callus Culture Extract, Ethylhexyglycerin, Maltodextrin, Triethanolamine, PhenoxyethanolWater (Aqua), Ascorbic Acid, Ethoxydiglycol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Vitis Vinifera/Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Magnolia Officinalis Bark Extract, Tocopherol, Xanthan Gum, Ferulic Acid, Lecithin, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Metabisulfite, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Callus Culture Extract, Ethylhexyglycerin, Maltodextrin, Triethanolamine, Phenoxyethanol *About topically applied collagen: SpoilerBecause of collagen's large molecular size, I'm not convinced it can sink deep enough into skin (when applied topically) to be effective. Neither are some dermatologists. There are other ingredients that have a better chance of penetrating deeply to stimulate collagen production (retinoids, peptides, etc.). Eh, it doesn't hurt to have collagen as an ingredient in skincare products. But I wish brands would stop highlighting it as a key ingredient in topical cosmetic products. Because of collagen's large molecular size, I'm not convinced it can sink deep enough into skin (when applied topically) to be effective. Neither are some dermatologists. There are other ingredients that have a better chance of penetrating deeply to stimulate collagen production (retinoids, peptides, etc.). Eh, it doesn't hurt to have collagen as an ingredient in skincare products. But I wish brands would stop highlighting it as a key ingredient in topical cosmetic products.
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Reply: P is for Papaya enzymes:
P is for Papaya enzymes:
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Spring Savings Event 2021 Shopping Advice Thread: What’s in Your Basket?
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Reply: @WinglessOne Finally- I can be blamed for something that will make someone else happy. lol I just looked at Boheme; it does look ...read more
@WinglessOne Finally- I can be blamed for something that will make someone else happy. lol I just looked at Boheme; it does look like it belongs to you. 🙂
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Highlighter and Bronzer
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Reply: @BTFLDsTER07616 @For ones released this year Anastasia Beverly Hills Iced Out Highlighter Iced Out not released this yearGuerlain ...read more
@BTFLDsTER07616 @For ones released this year Anastasia Beverly Hills Iced Out Highlighter Iced Out not released this yearGuerlain Terracotta Sunkissed Natural Bronzer Powder Gucci Gucci Poudre De Beauté Éclat Soleil Bronzing Powder NARS Highlighting Powder Fort De France BECCA Cosmetics Mini Shimmering Skin Perfector® Pressed Highlighter Champagne Pop
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Reply: I did two silly things today, and thought I'd share  I had an eye doctor appt this afternoon, and got there a few minutes early. ...read more
I did two silly things today, and thought I'd share 😋 I had an eye doctor appt this afternoon, and got there a few minutes early. Instead of just waiting in my car, I decided to give the Five Below next door a quick perusal, and stumbled upon an LA Colors collection, Crushed Diamond. Considering it was sitting next to a display of OPI Grease shades (several years old lol), I had no idea if it was new or old, but I knew I was enchanted by the sparkle and I grabbed one (yup, just one, but I'm pretty sure I'm going back for at least one more, or all of them) 🤭Turns out they're brand spanking new, and Kelli Marissa just did a swatch video of them a couple of weeks ago, which helped me decide I might need more lol. Best part? They're only $3! For holo!The one I grabbed today; my camera certainly doesn't do it justice...it's a sparkly beast, in the best possible way ✨ And a screen shot from Kelli's video, showing all of the available colors 😍 And after I got home and looked up that collection, I started poking around for summer collection info from other brands, and came across these pics, all on polishpick dot com. Morgan Taylor and China Glaze are both available at a few beauty supply online shops, but I haven't found dates for Essie or OPI yet. I'm curious to see more on these...so far nothing screams "must have" to me, but that's subject to change once swatches start hitting!    
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Reply: Thx you @SportyGirly125...read more
Thx you @SportyGirly125 🌹
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Suggestions for an eye cream?
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Reply: @brittab84 It depends on what's causing your undereye issue. Since you've already tried many eye creams, it may be time to see a ...read more
@brittab84 It depends on what's causing your undereye issue. Since you've already tried many eye creams, it may be time to see a dermatologist for more options. No topical eye cream can replicate the results possible with cosmetic procedures (injectable fillers, laser treatments, surgery, etc.), though a derm might recommend a specific type of topical serum/cream depending on your specific needs. I have hollow tear troughs. That sunken skin creates shadows that make me look like I've got dark circles or semi-circles. I'm too big a baby about having needles pointed at my face, so I haven't gone the injectables route—but there's nothing wrong with having some work done if you can afford it. I just use concealer and/or highlighting or brightening powders very sparingly and strategically to mask my hollows. I also have allergies and a bad habit of rubbing my eyes; this also causes dark circles. An antihistamine pill and cooling/soothing eye patches help my allergy symptoms and dark circles. I used to have some extra darkness under my eyes caused by sun damage (from not wearing sunscreen in my teens and 20s; I'm almost 50 now), and Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Ferulic + Retinol Triple Correction Eye Serum 0.5 oz/ 15 mL knocked it out within 3 months of consistent use. Note that this serum can't fix darkness caused by hollow tear troughs. But if you've got hyperpigmentation from sun damage around your eyes, this is an option to consider. Oh, and stop using products if they burn your skin. A burning sensation is a bad reaction, especially if you also notice excessive dryness and flakey skin happening—in which case, you should focus on healing that skin for now (hydrate by tapping water on it, then immediately apply a petrolatum-based balm like CeraVe Healing Ointment or Aquaphor Ointment; it'll seal in hydrating and protect your skin while it heals).
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