Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

I hope you're all having a wonderful Christmas Day and that you're enjoying the few days left in 2011. It's  certainly White Christmas here in Slovenia but the "white" is mostly due to the fog and not the snow, oh well. I'll be back to regular posting in 2012 (as regular as it gets with me:) and until then I'm wishing you all happy, calm and safe Holidays! x Klara

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Holiday Giveaways

There are so many amazing giveaways by brands and online stores going on right now that I though I'd share some of them with you. How nice am I! (it would probably be nicer of me if I wrote this post in the beginning of December).

Escentual are having their Festive Flash Event with some gorgeous  free gifts, discounts and competitions. A Daniel Sandler brush set for me, pretty please!

Hourglass Cosmetics are giving away 5 sets of their 3 mini lipglosses on Facebook. All you have to do is leave a comment under the competition post on Facebook stating which Hourglass products you'd use for a festive makeup look. Simple! This competition ends tomorrow. (But please don't enter because I'd really like to win this prize. Just kidding. Sort of.)

Love Lula and Zuneta are having their own version of the Advent Calendar - instead of a chocolate bar, each day they're giving away a product from their website. The bad news is that of course not everyone will win something but the good news is that everyone who takes part in this giveaway (you have to fill-out a short form on Facebook) will then get a code for a 10% discount on their website.

PAM Store is hosting their own version of the Advent Calendar as well, giving away prizes on their Facebook page and Twitter.

Rouge Bunny Rouge are giving away 3 sets of their 2 new Loose Glitter pigments on Facebook. All you have to do to be in with the chance of winning is fill-in a short form on Facebook. The competition ends on 18 December.

The Urban Retreat Boutique are hosting a special Friday Hunt each Friday. The competition starts at 1pm and you need to find a gift hidden somewhere on their website. Prizes sound very lovely: a beauty hamper worth over 100 GBP and gift vouchers for the Boutique.

Lastly, for all my Slovenian readers, Elle Slovenija is also having their Christmas Giveaway with prizes from skincare, beauty gift certificates, books to accessories.

That's it! Let me know if you know of any other competitions and giveaways and if you happen to win something!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Rouge Bunny Rouge EOTD: Delicate Hummingbird, Blackpepper Jay and Delilah

Rouge Bunny Rouge have some real gems in their line: I already talked about their fantastic creamy lipsticks and lovely blushes and I love their eyeshadows as well. The colours are just beautiful, very pigmented and smooth and they last pretty well on my eyelids (although I still use a primer, as with all my eyeshadows). There are always some colours on my Zuneta wishlist and things aren't going to get easier with the new palettes coming out in 2012 (check out BritishBeautyBlogger's post on the palettes here).

In this EOTD I used the eyeshadow (full name: When birds are singing... Long-lasting eye shadows, phew!) in Delicate Hummingbird on the lid and Blackpepper Jay in the crease and outer v and I smudged some Eye Khol in the colour Delilah on the upper and lower lashline. The mascara I used this time was the Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill and I like it much more than I did when I first started using it although it still smudges a bit too much on me. 

Delicate Hummingbird is a gorgeous shimmery dusky silvery purple with lots of pink and blue sparkle. This is one of the most stunning eye shadows I have and if you're thinking of trying some products from Rouge Bunny Rouge you need to get Delicate Hummingbird.

Blackpepper Jay is a matte dark brown-grey-black eyeshadow with a very slight plum undertone to it. You can see how it looks like a completely different colour in different lighting and because it is basically a mixture of mainly brown and grey it works amazingly well with many eyeshadows, cool-toned and warm-toned. Luckily, the texture is soft and it blends easily which isn't always the case with matte shadows (coughMACDarkDevotioncough).

I also used the Delilah eye liner which is one of RBR's Eye Khols, in a deep plum shade with copper shimmer. I find that I use this pencil more on the bottom lashline or simply as an eyeshadow base because the colour is not as dark as most purple liners that I have.

Look at this sparkly goodness!


I just love these smoky purple eyeshadows, I think they really make my hazel-ish eyes poppidy-pop. One of my other favourites in this colour family is also Rimmel's Colour Mousse in Sassy (a blog post will follow).  

Lastly, an out-of-focus photo of the pretty packaging of the RBR eyeshadows - it helps that the actual product inside these compacts is just as lovely!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Louise Young Eyeshadow Brushes: LY38A, LY13 and LY17

I first heard about the Louise Young brushes on the Pixiwoo youtube channel  and after reading many reviews of these brushes on The Non Blonde blog I finally decided to try them. I ordered these brushes from the official Louise Young website (they ship internationally for 6,99 GBP) and luckily I really like all of them and use them very often.

L-R: Louise Young brushes LY17, LY38A, LY13

This first brush is the Louise Young LY38A (16 GBP). This brush is everything I thought the MAC 224 would be and was not. In this photo below you can see how the MAC brush is much wider and fluffier whereas the LY38A is much thinner and more tapered, pointed at the tip. Also, the hair of the LY38A is much softer and it's just perfect for applying the eyeshadows in the crease and blending them at the same time. If I were to name my top 5 brushes this one would definitely be one of them.

The Louise Young LY13 brush (11 GBP), described as a small socket brush, is a small pencil brush, as you can see quite smaller than the MAC 219 and also shorter. It's great for applying eyeshadow under the lower lashline and smoking out the eyeshadow. I find that I use the MAC 219 more for applying eyeshadow in the crease and the LY13 for applying eyeshadows close to the lashline because the LY13 is small and has soft but at the same time dense hair which makes it perfect for precise work.

Lastly, I got the Louise Young LY17 brush (10 GBP) which is a small smudger brush.  I think that the LY17 and LY13 are actually interchangeable but I do prefer the LY17 for smudging the lines on my top lashline and the LY13 for my bottom lashline (Why? I don't reallyknow.). Even though the LY17 is quite dense and strudy I wish that the LY17's brush head was even shorter for more control, something like what the NARS No. 15 Smudge Brush looks like.

On the Louise Young website it's stated that the LY17 is made of natural hair, but there's no info of the hair of the other two brushes although I think they are made of natural hair as well. Out of all these three brushes the LY38A is my favourite - it just makes applying the crease colour and blending it so much easier than any brush I've ever tried before. There are actually three versions of this shape in the Louise Young range - the biggest LY38, LY38A and the smallest LY38B so you can choose the best shape for your eyelid size. 

I'd love to try their "Super" range and the eyeshadow palette of 5 matte colours looks very versatile as well. I've also been reading lots of reviews from other bloggers on the Hakuhodo and Rouge Bunny Rouge brushes so you may see some more posts about brushes on my blog very soon.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Falling for Winter - my favourite perfumes

Winter is not my favourite season of the year. At all. It would have been fine if we had one month of winter but having below zero Celsius temperatures for three months or more is just a little bit annoying. As I can't change anything about the weather I can at least find things that I like about winter: snuggling under the duvet and refusing to get up (that's a favourite until I have to actually get up at which point I just want to cry), cups of morning tea to warm me up, less smelly people on the buses, thick and warm scarves in which I bury my head like a turtle, having a pot of hot golaž or chilli with sour cream while watching the snow falling down,  bright lights of December, doing more smokey eyes and wearing darker lipsticks, having a good excuse for anything glittery, the smell of cinnamon roasted almonds and of course perfumes: oriental, ambery, woody, all these delicious perfumes.

Kenzo Amour Le Parfum: not to be mistaken with the original Kenzo Amour Eau de Parfum in pink, orange and white bottles, Amour Le Parfum is a deeper and woodier scent than the Eau de Parfum and to be completely honest I actually don't find them to be all that similar. Amour Le Parfum is a simple blend of amber and incense with some obligatory vanilla thrown in. There isn't much development (at least according to my nose), and I find that even the beginning of the perfume smells already like a drydown of a perfume, if that makes any sense. A perfect cuddly scent to warm me up when I forgot my scarf at home.

Guerlain Shalimar Ode a la Vanille was last year's limited edition variation on the legendary Shalimar perfume. I never owned a full bottle of the original Shalimar - I always loved the drydown of the scent but found the top notes too sharp. Luckily for me, Ode a la Vanille keeps everything I love with the Shalimar: a hard-to-miss combination of bergamot and smokey vanilla, but adds some more warmth to the scent, turns down the volume of the citrus and overall softens the edges of the scent. It is still a very  powerful and dense fragrance so you need to be careful with those spritzes.

Ormonde Jayne Ormonde Woman: I have nothing new to say about this green, woody wonder since my review precisely a year ago (what a funny coincidence!). It is one of the most unique and surprisingly calming scents I've ever tried and there are no words good enough.

Serge Lutens Chergui: if a mix of smokey tobacco and honey doesn't appeal to you then please don't let it discourage you from trying Chergui. I actually hate honey but somehow in Chergui it works - probably because it is not a sweet fragrance at all and the honey note is not overwhelming or puke-inducing. I'm very grateful that Ines sent me a sample of Chergui and since then I've been hooked on this spicy goodness which makes a great "scarf scent" as well (I'm a little bit obsessed with scarves at the moment, can you tell?).

L'Artisan Parfumeur Safran Troublant was my first perfume purchase, I think (before that I would usually get perfume for birthdays but I never bought it by myself). Rose, vanilla and saffron, the ultimate cuddle in a bottle and it still makes me think of the book and the movie Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.

This is my selection for this season and I'm sure I'll definitely find some other gems in the following months and I still have Amouage Lyric on my winter wishlist. What perfumes do you love wearing in the Winter?

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Chanel Le Vernis in Rouge Fatal (487)

Chanel nail polishes are probably one of the most highly anticipated items in every new collection from the brand (Who's got their eye on "June", the pastel orange nail polish new for spring? By the way, I always thought spring months are March, April and May. Not for Chanel, I guess). I've never tried Chanel polishes before - I just thought I wouldn't wear the colours enough to justify the expense and I really like my OPI, Essence, Catrice... polishes so I didn't really feel the need to get any of the more expensive ones. Also, judging by many online reviews a lot of nail colours by Chanel are not always the best quality - they are definitely not cheap but apparently they often chip. (I had to put this in here, sorry!)

But! For my birthday this year one of the gifts was also a gift certificate for Müller and suddenly getting a nail polish for 20ish just seemed like the best idea in the world.

Rouge Fatal is a deep muted red with a little bit of brown in it (although under certain lights it can look more like a berry red). The application was easy, opaque in two coats. One thing I've noticed was that using a topcoat didn't really extend the wear-time of this polish: it lasted 3-4 days whether I applied a topcoat or not.

Rouge Fatal for me is the perfect shade of red for autumn and one that I'll no doubt wear very often (and use the cost per wear formula while wearing it).

What are your favourite red nail polishes for this time of year or are you already in the festive mood with all the shimmers and glitters?

Thursday, November 3, 2011

New Edward Bess palettes

This might just be my shortest post ever! I've just noticed on Facebook that Edward Bess has launched two new palettes in the US. Now I haven't tried anyhing from his beauty line yet but these two palettes just look so amazing: there are two colour combinations - Back to Basics and Berry Chic and in each palette you get a cheek/lip stain, highlighter, eyeshadow quad, two lipglosses and a dual-ended eyeshadow brush. I'm not usually a fan of palettes that mix cream and powder products but these two just look extremely versatile and I have high hopes for that eyeshadow brush.

Will you be getting any of these two palettes? I have my eye on Berry Chic (of course, I've been loving these colours lately) and I hope it pops up at Zuneta soon.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Rouge Bunny Rouge Colour Burst Lipstick in Word of Mouth

As mentioned in my review of the Whim of Mine lipstick by Rouge Bunny Rouge the next colour on my wishlist was Word of Mouth. I actually bought Word of Mouth together with some other lipsticks by Rouge Bunny Rouge months ago and it has become one of my favourite colours, actually it's the one I've been using the most this past month.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Colour Burst Lipsticks are probably the most comfortable lipsticks I've ever tried. They feel moisturizing on the lips but at the same time the lasting power is very good and the colour fades evenly to a nice sheer stain.

Word of Mouth is described as Creamy, shiny finish cool cherry syrup - The little black dress of lipsticks, very pretty and feminin. It doesn't look particularly cool toned on my lips, it's more of a neutral light berry rose. This colour has some slight shimmer to it but it's not really visible on the lips or in the swatch. In my opinion this shade would suit many different skintones which is why "the LBD of lipsticks" part actually makes sense.

L-R: Rouge Bunny Rouge Whim of Mine, Rouge Bunny Rouge Word of Mouth, MAC Viva Glam Cyndi

Above is a comparison swatch of Word of Mouth (in the middle) to another Rouge Bunny Rouge lipstick in Whim of Mine (I now have two WOMs from RBR:) on the left and MAC's Viva Glam Cyndi on the right.
Whim of Mine is more of a warm rosey-brown colour and MAC's Viva Glam Cyndi is lighter, sheerer and pinker than Word of Mouth.

I bought my Word of Mouth lipstick from Zuneta, as usual. By the way, Zuneta has recently lowered their delivery charges so that shipping to Slovenia now comes to 5 GBP instead of the previous 10 GBP (and as before there's still free shipping if you buy over a certain amount).

I love all the lipsticks that I have from Rouge Bunny Rouge - the only one that I don't really like that much is Prey of Lust but that one was a bad choice of colour, it's far too pale for me, texture-wise it's the same as all the other colours. I would love to see if Rouge Bunny Rouge brought out a bright pink lipstick (and a sparkly dark purple eyeshadow, oh, and a plummy blush. Can you tell I'm in full Autumn mode?).

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Catrice Nail Lacquer in Purplelized

Yes, it's another Catrice nail polish, can't help it! Purplelized is this gorgeous sparkly silvery purple colour with mainly blue and gold micro-glitter. A colour which requires so many words to be described is bound to be stunning.

The sparkles are of course even more visible in sunny weather (haven't had any of that lately) and when photographed with flash:

These photos were actually taken 4 days after application so there was some tip wear but luckily no chipping (I have used the Zoya colour lock products, I doubt the polish would have lasted as long just by itself). The application was easy, the first coat is very sheer but the second coat makes the colour completely opaque. For me, it's another winner from Catrice!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Tom Ford Eye Color Quad Burnished Amber (06) FOTD

As promised in my last post on the Tom Ford Eye Quad in Burnished Amber, here are the photos showing what the colours in Burnished Amber quad look like when applied to my eyelids.

I have used all four shades from the Burnished Amber quad (golden brown all over the mobile lid and on the lower lashline, pink in the crease, deep plum in the outer v and on the lower lashline and just a little bit of the light gold in the inner corners). I've also used the matte brown longlasting eyeliner in the colour Hot Chocolate by Essence on the waterline and coated my lashes with the Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill mascara (which evidently smudged a little bit on my upper lid, oh well). These eyeshadows also look beautiful with some black or brown eyeliner smudged on top and bottom lashline but most of the time I just wear them by themselves and I really like how soft they look and how they just blend so effortlessly into each other.

On my cheeks I used the Le Metier de Beaute Blonzer in Maldives Magic (I really love wearing this blush/bronzer thing, the colour just goes with everything) and on my lips I used the Shiseido Automatic Lip Crayon in the colour LC7 which is a lovely medium rose colour that looks quite matte on the lips.

The colours are actually more intense in real life than in this last photo. For swatches, more info and my first impressions on the beautiful Burnished Amber quad you can check out this post.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Postcards from Prague

Last week me and my boyfriend went to Prague for just a few days and had a wonderful time. It was also my birthday on the day we arrived to the Czech capital so it was all even more special.

Prague Astronomical Clock

I had only two full days in Prague so I wanted to make the most of it. Luckily, the weather was wonderful - sunny most of the time and no rain (but it was quite cold and windy, so I was wearing the beret and this heavy and amazingly warm pashmina that my sister got me from Turkey almost all the time).

Me at the Charles Bridge

The buildings everywhere are just spectacular and I really liked the gothic style of many of them.

St Vitus Cathedral

Clock Tower

The main streets and attractions from the Wenceslas Square, through the Old Town Square and down the Charles Bridge are filled with tourists but then you see these small streets that are completely empty. I've also noticed that almost all streets have cobblestones (and my aching feet noticed it too).

Prague Old Town Square

A small little snack before bedtime. Ahem. (By the way, Staropramen was so hard to find in any of the restaurants, it seems like Pilsner Urquel is the beer of the town).

This last photo was taken near the Kafka museum in Mala Strana.

Prague by night
This was my first trip to Prague and I was really amazed at how beautiful it is and would love to go back someday.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Tom Ford Eye Color Quad: Burnished Amber (06)

As soon as I saw the photos of the new Tom Ford beauty range on British Beauty Blogger and London MakeUp Girl my eye went directly to Burnished Amber, a stunning eyeshadow quad of shimmery colours that just look so pretty for fall. As the complete Tom Ford beauty line is currently available only in the UK  if I'm not mistaken (Harrods and Selfridges), I got my hands on the Burnished Amber with lots of help from the lovely Jennifer - Lipstick Luvvies. Thank you again Jennifer!

The colours are (from top left, clockwise):
- a shimmery golden beige
- a deep pink with warm shimmer
- a medium golden brown with golden shimmer (this one is the sparkliest out of all four)
- a dark shimmery warm plum

The texture of all four shadows is just beautiful - they are all very  pigmented (the golden beige is the least pigmented but still not sheer), have a lovely smooth texture and are not chalky at all. They are not as creamy as for example the Le Metier de Beaute shadows, I'd say they are somewhat close to the Rouge Bunny Rouge shadows, perhaps a bit more compact, if that makes any sense. I have been using the Burnished Amber quad for a few days now and there was absolutely no fallout  at all and what I like the most about these colours is that they just blend so perfectly and still keep their colour so it never looks like just another dark indistinguishable, greyish/brownish look. I loved using a combination of the pink and brown on the lid and then smoked it out with the deep plum shade - a perfect smoky eye for Fall.

With flash

The packaging is of course beautiful: sleek shiny dark brown case with gold detailing, magnetic closure, a large and very useful mirror and a set of 2 double-ended applicators which I have not tried using yet although the white brush on one side feels surprisingly soft.

I'm sure most people who'll get any of the Tom Ford quads will be doing the "makeup math"  (thank you Mr. Ford for keeping our brains occupied) - in each quad you get 10 grams of product which means 2,5 grams per each colour in a quad. And that means that you actually get much more product than with the main measuring unit in makeup, that is a MAC shadow (1,5 grams). I decided to go for Burnished Amber even though I haven't seen it in person but I've read some other positive reviews on this particular colourway so decided to take the plunge. You can read about Burnished Amber on these two blogs: The Gloss Goss and Makeup for Professional Asian Women. If you plan on getting any of the quads it might be better if you get a chance to check out the colours in person (I know Get Lippie was not completely in love with her Silvered Topaz quad). I have to say that I'm very pleased with my choice and I now have the Cognac Sable and one of the purpley quads on my wishlist. Although I really shouldn't.

Lastly, I just wanted to add the ingredients list for this eyeshadow quad - I think it's really interesting that shea butter is so high on the list (and there's vitamin C as well):

I'll make sure to post some photos of how these colours look applied as soon as possible (which will probably not be as soon because I'm just in a middle of packing for my short trip to Prague).

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Pandora

See that beautiful shimmery purple nail polish on the left? Well, now look to the right. That unassuming light pink colour is Pandora. Although to be fair, it's not really just a pink - it's more of a mauvey beige colour with some very slight shimmer (or dare I say it, the finest silvery frost). Still, when I asked my boyfriend whether he likes this polish on my nails his response was: "Wait, you actually painted your nails?"

The colour is actually more accurate in this photo (btw, I bought that scarf from Accessorize and have been wearing it a lot lately. But I've just added it to this photo to add some colour).

Now, I can't really decide on this polish - I like the colour, it's very elegant and at the same time it's not your typical sheer pink. It's actually very opaque for such a light colour (I only had to use 2 coats) and here's the problem - it's very streaky and brush strokes are definitely visible from up close. However, I think maybe next time I need to apply thicker coats, it might help.

Also, I've been using the Zoya Colour Lock System ("Anchor" base coat and "Armor" top coat) and I really like them - the above photo was actually shot on the fifth day of my manicure and I'm very impressed, no chipping and barely any tip wear. And that Remove + is the best nail polish remover I've ever tried.

Do you have any favourite nude nail polishes? I'm very much interested in OPI's Tickle my France-y but on the more colourful spectrum I've been eyeing the deep reds such as Essie's Limited Addiction and Chanel's Rouge Fatal.

Monday, October 3, 2011

I'm a Klutz - Chapter III

Hello, dirty old rubbery NARS packaging! How you doin'?

Oh, dear, I guess not too well! I really liked using NARS' Laguna bronzer and as I made quite a dent in it and was carrying it around me in my not-so-little makeup bag, well, the thing broke into tiny pieces.

Have you tried the popular Laguna bronzer? Is it still in one piece? I haven't been using it as much lately because I haven't been much in the sun this year (good girl!) and haven't tanned at all so Laguna started looking a bit scary but I have tried it again today with a very light hand and it still works really well for me.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Makeup Mavens

Lovesong For My Lipgloss shares with us one of the colours from the much-loved Eyes to Kill Shadow range by Giorgio Armani. Is it a must-have? Certainly!

Open the box of skincare goodies by Paula's Choice with Klara of  Mookie On The Bench. Could these products be the ones to help her with her skincare troubles?

Product Doctor tempts us with another Le Metier de Beaute True Color eye shadow called Chameleon which definitely lives up to its name.

Nat of Raspberry Rouge shares with us her September favorites - vampy nails, softly defined eyes and gorgeous red lips made it to her list.

Becca makeup range is well known for their multi-purpose products and Black Panties gives a thumbs up to their colourful and long-lasting Beach Tints.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Makeup Mavens

Reviews to follow!

Christina of Lovesong for my Lipgloss loves her Pokemon.  But in all seriousness, she shows us some products that are worth splurging on all the colors.

Klara of Mookie on the Bench shows her sister that makeup, even blue eyeshadow(!) can be fun and pretty and brings us a gorgeous sleeper in a Catrice eyeshadow

Nat of Raspberry Rouge really does find the best deals!  This week, she brings us her latest discount find, Korres Lip Butters, and lets us know why we all need them.  Although, stick form might be best.

Nisha of Product Doctor has found a new My lips but better lipstick, in a sexy black box!  Check out her review of Tom Ford Coco Ravish. 

The Black Panties shows us what's in her makeup bag - want to guess how many lip products she's hiding in there?

Sunday, September 25, 2011

You've got Mail: Paula's Choice

I've always been interested in the Paula's Choice skin care range created by Paula Begoun who is probably most famous for hundreds of her skincare and makeup reviews. While I often don't agree with her when it comes to makeup (I completely understand that she favours neutral colours but a purple on the eye does not a clownish makeup make) I think she makes some good points when it comes to skincare and she also transfers her ideas to her skincare line. There's no perfume, essential oils or alcohol in her products. The "problem" I've had with her EU website before was that the shipping to Slovenia was extortionate - I think it was around 20€ which is ridiculous especially taking into account the fact that all of her products are below the 30€ mark. However, recently the shipping costs to Slovenia decreased to 8,50€ which is still a lot but with the launch of her new website in the Slovenian language they have also introduced a code SVN01ORD for 50% off shipping to Slovenia with your first order. Now, 4,25€ sounds better, doesn't it? 

So, what did I get? I have recently been trying some of the samples of Paula's Choice and have decided to order the products I liked the most:
RESIST Daily Smoothing Treatment with 5% AHA: this is a wonderful glycolic acid based exfoliant that I don't use every day but about twice a week and it makes my skin very soft but doesn't irritate it at all;
- RESIST Super Antioxidant Concentrate Serum: this light serum is packed with antioxidants, unfortunately, it's also quite silicone-y but I can live with that;
- 1% Beta Hydroxy Acid Gel: this was the product I was most excited to try - I've read some very positive reviews of Paula's Choice BHA products - most BHA skincare items contain some form of alcohol or menthol or other irritants but this one surprisingly does not. I've noticed no tingling at all, I have fewer blackheads but there was some "purging" which will hopefully go away soon.

Also, in my package I received some samples of her other products, I'm especially interested in the Shine Stopper and Skin Balancing Super Antioxidant Mattifying Serum which contains retinol.

I was also very impressed with the shipping time - the package was shipped from Germany and I received it in 2 days!

I will report on how I get on with all of these new purchases after a month or two, once I thoroughly test them. Have you tried any of the products from Paula's Choice? Was it love or hate?


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