Thursday, July 6, 2017

Gone To Live A Little

Gone To Live A Little

Hi Lovelies,

 


Hey my beautiful readers! From tomorrow I am unplugging for about a month because I am flying over to take care of my mother, who is battling breast cancer. She is post operation and mid chemo, and has lots of side effects like dizziness, nausea, hair loss, you name it. I cried my eyes out about it because this and the following radiation will kill her more than a cancer itself, but that was not my decision to make, and while she went the traditional route, I dove deep into all natural cures. While I learned a lot, I want to know more, so if you are cancer survivor or know one and you are into natural treatments, please please please let me know what to do and how to help her? My email is green.life.in.dublin@gmail.com or please DM me on Instagram if you don't want to leave a public comment. I am interested in supplements, essential oils, teas, tinctures, you name it, I want to know about it. It would be especially helpful if you could give me exact details of what and when to take. Thankfully I persuaded her to give up sugar, meat, white flour, dairy and alcohol and she took it on board. She is practically a vegan now but is really struggling because she hates veggies and can't find replacements for anything. She lives in a small town in the middle of nowhere, and while they have an eco shop, they carry none of the dairy replacements and only one type of horrible nut milk, so it is not like she can go into Wholefoods or the like and choose whatever she fancies. I think I will be able to help her with the diet part, but I want to help more, and that is exactly why I am reaching out to you guys here. Any tips? Please, pretty please?
I am interested in solid tips on what to take, when, how many times a day, as in daily/weekly plans if you wish. Please don't say "watch The Truth About Cancer or Sacred Plan" because I've done it already; or anything vague like "she could use frankincense".
 
Thanks so much in advance! 
 
Kiss and hug your loved ones tightly today and say how much you love them! 

That is all for today, see you in a month.
Lots of Love,
Renata.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Couleur Caramel Make Up Review





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Welcome back! And if you are new here, welcome 💕💕💕


Couleur Caramel cosmetics

How are you all doing? Are you seeing any real summer yet? Here in Ireland we are experiencing oddest summer to date, I have not seeing anything like this in my nearly forty years (gasp!). Let me explain - we did had three days of really nice weather that European heatwave brought us, but other than that it is raining nearly all the time! And on those days that are sunny, the wind is so cold that it goes through your bones - to me it resembles winter wind, and that is what exactly what puzzles me. It is not supposed to be this way, I have never experienced being hot and cold at the same time (not on the same day) - when the sun is shining, you are truly roasting, at the risk of getting sun stroke, but at the same time if the wind blows, you are left shivering! All at bloody once! Oddest thing ever. Even my husband had to pack away his principles and take out the jacket again, until then he was like "it is summer, I ain't wearing no jacket"! Yep. Please let me know what's the weather like where you live?

The weather ramble aside, let's get into today's post, shall we?

Couleur Caramel is the natural, mineral and certified organic make-up brand that has arrived to our shores a couple of years back, fresh from the world’s beauty capital, Paris. It is an ethical, responsible and respectful brand, providing high-quality, trendy and healing make-up.

This French cosmetics brand, unique for its professional quality, is stirring a revolution across Europe. It has been praised by make-up professionals in the motion pictures industry as “the most sought after by both female and male actors”. It has been used by the likes of Eva Longoria and was featured in Grazia and Hello magazines. It has also been used on Strictly Come Dancing France set, which I found very interesting, it make up can hold in the studio under the harsh lights and not melt, then surely it must be good?

Couleur Caramel’s first and most important value is respect. They respect customers’ health and beauty, as well as their time and money. Respect nature and the animal world. They embrace innovation while upholding tradition.

Couleur Caramel products are all-in-one natural, organic and mineral. They use mineral raw material from trusted sources and organically grown plant-based active ingredients. The plants in Couleur Caramel make-up are cultivated under strict control on lands free from chemical fertilizers, and are harvested with utmost care. The formulas are free from synthetic or petroleum-derived ingredients. They do not use parabens, artificial dyes or fragrances.

Couleur Caramel cosmetics are made to a professional standard, which means that they offer a large make-up range with bright, long-lasting colours. Furthermore, the process of micronisation (with particles several times thinner than in ordinary powders) provides an exceptionally smooth and homogeneous texture. The result is a user-friendly product of the highest quality: silky application, flawless finish, buildable coverage, perfect hold; all this without any need for extra materials or professional equipment. Brand's aim is beauty combined with comfort and ease.

Couleur Caramel gives great consideration to the environment and animal welfare. All products are tested on volunteers and never on animals. Couleur Caramel is a member of the OneVoice association internationally known for its defence of animal rights. They use recycled, recyclable and biodegradable materials for our packaging and displays.

Couleur Caramel products hold the “Cosmebio” label by the certification body Ecocert, which develops standards for natural and organic cosmetics.The Cosmebio BIO label basically means that a minimum of 95% of the specific item is of natural origin and that 95% of the certifiable ingredients are in fact organic. Couleur Caramel products are suitable for all skin types, including post-treatment skin, and all lifestyles, including vegetarian. Many of Couleur Caramel’s products are suitable for strictly vegans. They use only trusted sources and support Fair Trade, whilst ensuring product quality and traceability.

So why Couleur Caramel?

  • Natural effect
  • Comfort
  • Easy application
  • Silky texture
  • Perfect hold
  • High concentration in pigments
  • Easy correction
  • Professional quality

I have two products from the line to review, but I will surely be back for more!



Couleur Caramel blush in Peach

Blush in Peach


Blush is my happy place when it comes to the cosmetics, so naturally I opted for this when given the chance to pick what I wanted from the brand. This was easy! And I have to say I really like it, really pigmented blush in true peach colour. You definitely need a light hand with this - and this comes from someone who looves blush! I can see this lasting for a really long time, so I think it is well worth the money. The finish is matte, so I often add a bit of highlighter on top, and it is up to you if you want to do that or not. I personally love my blushes to resemble Nars Orgasm one - as in peachy shade with a bit of golden sheen to it (I even dedicated a whole blog post finding and listing more than 20 natural alternatives to it, and I am about to update it with a couple of more options too. Yes, I work hard on my blog, and I like it that way! Find the post here). By the way, I ran a toxicity report on EWG and it came back with a very impressive score of 1! Sweet or what? I am definitely impressed.


Ingredients:
NGREDIENTS : MICA – ZEA MAYS STARCH - ZINC STEARATE – SQUALANE – GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE – TOCOPHEROL - PRUNUS ARMENIACA (APRICOT) KERNEL OIL – PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL - PONGAMIA GLABRA SEED OIL – MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL – SILICA – BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, [+/– MAY CONTAIN: CI 77491 (Red iron oxide) – CI 77492 (Yellow iron oxide) – CI 77891 (Titanium dioxide) – CI 77742 (Manganese violet) – CI 77499 (Black iron oxide) – CI 77007 (Ultramarine)
NGREDIENTS : MICA – ZEA MAYS STARCH - ZINC STEARATE – SQUALANE – GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE – TOCOPHEROL - PRUNUS ARMENIACA (APRICOT) KERNEL OIL – PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL - PONGAMIA GLABRA SEED OIL – MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL – SILICA – BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, [+/– MAY CONTAIN: CI 77491 (Red iron oxide) – CI 77492 (Yellow iron oxide) – CI 77891 (Titanium dioxide) – CI 77742 (Manganese violet) – CI 77499 (Black iron oxide) – CI 77007 (Ultramarine)
NGREDIENTS : MICA – ZEA MAYS STARCH - ZINC STEARATE – SQUALANE – GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE – TOCOPHEROL - PRUNUS ARMENIACA (APRICOT) KERNEL OIL – PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL - PONGAMIA GLABRA SEED OIL – MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL – SILICA – BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, [+/– MAY CONTAIN: CI 77491 (Red iron oxide) – CI 77492 (Yellow iron oxide) – CI 77891 (Titanium dioxide) – CI 77742 (Manganese violet) – CI 77499 (Black iron oxide) – CI 77007 (Ultramarine)
 MICA; ZEA MAYS STARCH; ZINC STEARATE; SQUALANE; GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE; TOCOPHEROL; PRUNUS ARMENIACA (APRICOT) KERNEL OIL; PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL; PONGAMIA GLABRA SEED OIL; MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL; SILICA; BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER; CI 77491 (Red iron oxide); CI 77492 (Yellow iron oxide); CI 77891 (Titanium dioxide); CI 77742 (Manganese violet); CI 77499 (Black iron oxide); CI 77007 (Ultramarine)

NGREDIENTS : MICA – ZEA MAYS STARCH - ZINC STEARATE – SQUALANE – GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE – TOCOPHEROL - PRUNUS ARMENIACA (APRICOT) KERNEL OIL – PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL - PONGAMIA GLABRA SEED OIL – MACADAMIA TERNIFOLIA SEED OIL – SILICA – BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, [+/– MAY CONTAIN: CI 77491 (Red iron oxide) – CI 77492 (Yellow iron oxide) – CI 77891 (Titanium dioxide) – CI 77742 (Manganese violet) – CI 77499 (Black iron oxide) – CI 77007 (Ultramarine)
My second pick was stick foundation, as I am always interested in them too, but this was a bit trickier as they were a bit apprehensive to send it to me unless I got a professional color match first, which proved a bit trickier than I anticipated, I sent messages to official couleur caramel and couleur caramel deutchland pages on IG (there are more, but those two seemed most active) asking for a colour match, so it turned out their German page is ran by the PR company and not the brand, and I didn't get any response from the official page. Couleur Caramel is thankfully available in Ireland, but the two places I visited in person either didn't have samples or the stick foundation itself, so I am yet to find out my match. I might be either 11 or 12 - girls at Nourish Liffey were really helpful, they dug out the actual products and opened them up so I could take a look, and this is where our opinions mismatched, I wanted to go for 12, as to me it seemed like somewhat perfect match, but the sales lady was keen to push 11 on me, while I thought it is too light and too yellow based for my liking. So I left without a foundation that day, but I really regret not getting the anti redness green concealer there and then. That particular shop had a few testers, so I swatched the eye liner, the stick foundation and the green concealer on my hand, and the green concealer was still there by the end of the day. All products seemed very pigmented, which I was really impressed about, and the shop staff had only good words about the products and the brand.
Couleur Caramel liquid eyeliner

Liquid Eyeliner in Black



I am really impressed by this! Previously I only tried Pure Anada liquid eyeliner when it comes to the green beauty ones, and let's just say this is million times better! As someone who uses liquid eyeliners so infrequently, I am more likely to find it dried out on me than truly finish it, even back in the day when I wasn't into green beauty. And I must admit I am really struggling when it comes to the liquid eyeliner, I suck at it, but I keep trying. Just like eyebrows, my flicked lines are more often friends, not sisters if you know what I mean, but I keep trying. This is one thing I am yet to master in make up. EWG report came up at 3 for this product, very impressive considering in mind this goes near eyes and this is exactly the product green beauty is struggling with, I hear lots of people, bloggers and youtubers saying they are yet to find a green beauty product that would work for their liking. Well, I like this product for sure, it is jet black, you only need one coat, not three like with some other brands products, it stays well, pretty much all day, for me it only crumbles away at the very end on the line, but in a minor way. The tip is very thin and flexible and if you are not a fan of those type of applicators, you can use a separate brush, I prefer small, stiff angled brush myself as I feel it gives me the most control. I am yet to see how long it will last me in the bottle, but I will update you guys either on Instagram or in my empties post here later on.


Let's look at the ingredients, shall we?
AQUA (WATER); ROSA DAMASCENA FLOWER WATER; GLYCERIN; ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE;  SUCROSE PALMITATE; XANTHAN GUM; BENZYL ALCOHOL; DEHYDROACETIC ACID; SODIUM BENZOATE; POTASSIUM SORBATE; CITRIC ACID; LACTIC ACID; SODIUM HYDROXIDE;  CI 77007 (Ultramarine); SILICA; CI 77499 (Black iron oxide)

Couleur Caramel swatches

So what are my thoughts and verdict? Impressed, in love, want more! How about that? I can really see why the brand is popular with the celebrities. I am in love with the cardboard packaging too (doesn't that blush packaging resemble cutest little handbag?) as it it the ultimate recyclable material, and we don't need any more plastic if you ask me. My products were sent to me by vclaire.ie team, who are distributors for Couleur Caramel and a few other natural brands here in Ireland. They have their in house beauty centre in Dublin 6, which I am yet to visit, but is frequented by local celebs. They are as passionate about educating consumers on benefits of using natural products as I am!

My wishlist:


💕 Green anti redness concealer in 16
💕 Correcting concealer in 08 (seems the closest to salmon colour, which works the best for me)
💕 Beauty Essential palette
💕 Perles sublimatrices - this product seems to be only on their official website, and if I ever order from them, I will make sure to include them in my order - those multi coloured pearls is one thing I miss from my pre-green beauty days. And I didn't see them anywhere else. Lust item for sure!
💕 Palette Eye Essentials nr1 - someday down the line. I really like the look of it, and if the eye shadows are as much pigmented as the blushes, I am sure I would enjoy it.
This palette seems like the close natural dupe to those Naked palettes from Urban Decay I never had. So if you have one of those and want to switch to a clean option, this is the ones to check out. Did you know that Urban Decay use teflon in their eye shadows? Yes, that one as in pans! Nice, isn't it? Doesn't that make you want to switch to natural beauty like immediately?


Ok, I am done now. Have you tried this brand and what is your favourite product?


Lots of Love,
Renata.

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Disclaimer. Because I have to. After some recent events I have to state that no one is allowed to use my photos (or my blog text for that matter) without my permission. Bloggers photos belong to the blogger and if you want to use them you have to ask me first and include a photo credit too. Not asking me before and not crediting the blogger for all the hard work = not cool. 

Disclaimer II. The products were sent to my for my consideration, but my thoughts are always my own. The link is not an affiliate link, nor I am paid to talk about this. Thanks for reading the small print. 

Monday, July 3, 2017

Organii Everyday Organics Review




Hi Lovelies,




Welcome back! And welcome, if you are new here 💕💕💕



Organii Everyday Organics products


Today I am coming at you with a review of a very affordable organic brand that is Organii Everyday Organics. This is a relatively new brand, founded in 2014 - it caught my eye in Love Lula and I went on to purchase nearly everything they do via LLABP. I was really intrigued by affordability of them first and foremost, as I got so used to pay a pretty penny for my natural and organic bath and shower products, and wanted to see how do these goodies compare. 

I couldn't find too many reviews on this brand, and quick perusion of their website and the social media revealed very little about the company's background, and no mention of founder's name, and being naturally curious I sent them quick email inquiring about this, and the reply I got was this:

About the brand: Organii was launched as a personal care brand by Pravera, one of the UK's leading distributors in the natural and organic skincare & cosmetics sector. The brand has a collection of 28 products now including cream soaps, liquid soaps, shower gels, plasters, mouthwash, sun care, hand care, skin care and health care! Each product within the range is certified natural and organic; all the soaps and shower gels are ECOCERT1 certified, whilst the plasters carry the ICEA² logo. All products other than the plasters are also Certified Vegan.
About our founder (and a little more info on the brand!): Graeme Hume, Founder and MD of Pravera Ltd, developed the ORGANii brand when he spotted a gap in the market for stylish looking, high quality natural and organic products that offer value for money. He says: “I’ve always been passionate about bringing ethical, natural and organic brands to the UK and Irish market and it’s very exciting I’ve been able to use this experience to develop my own brand. ORGANii is a stylish range of everyday organic products at an affordable price point. My experience tells me that both retailers and customers appreciate certified natural and organic products that have a competitive price point, so I wanted ORGANii to tick those boxes.”

The soap and shower products come in a variety of fruity and floral fragrances, ranging from calming Lavender and energising Citrus to the more quirky bittersweet Liquorice and summery Strawberry. In addition, there is also a fragrance-free Soap Bar and Liquid Soap available in the range. The ORGANii plasters are completely unique and made from organic cotton and contain a natural adhesive, making it perfect for people with hypersensitive skin. Graeme Hume, Founder and MD of Pravera Ltd, explains: “There are currently no other brands on the market that offer certified organic cotton plasters, so our ORGANii plasters are truly different and unique. When you know that traditional plasters can contain synthetic plastics and glue, polyurethane (a synthetic resin) and even latex, which can irritate the skin, it is worth considering a more gentle and organic option."
 

I got their shower gels, mouthwashes, hand soaps - two of each, as well as a bar of soap and post sun cream. Everything you see in the picture above came under 50£, which is extremely affordable when it comes to organic products if you ask me. Almost all of their product come at under 6£ with the exception of their SPF products. And by the look of things they are coming out with two new products too. I was trying everything for the last couple of weeks and I am ready to come out with my two cents on the products - thankfully it is not skincare which takes at least six weeks testing daily - you know if you are into shower gel or mouthwash straight away.

Company's mission is to offer the consumer good value products with high integrity. Our products are sourced from similarly minded, ethical manufacturers who share our passion for all things natural and organic. Organii products must meet selected criteria including; effective formulas, value for money, products suitable for the whole family while looking good in any bathroom. They also need to be certified natural and organic with conscientious packaging. They do not claim to invent or innovate but they do promise to provide high quality, fairly priced products with integrity to the consumer.And I really appreciate it! Everything is EcoCert certified. They seem to be collecting many awards, like Green Parent, Natural Health and Beauty Shortlist ones, and to me it only confirms I am onto a good thing! They say many if not all of their products are from 100% plant based origin, meaning they are vegan, and their parfum sources are also 100% natural. As I already mentioned, and I am sure you find the same too, everything or almost everything in the green beauty world is costing a pretty penny, and that is one thing people just switching up from mainstream products point out - EVERYTHING IS SOOO EXPENSIVE! And at the beginning I found it too as well. Once you get used to it, it becomes the norm and you don't object to it anymore, but as I got so used to the higher prices so much, I wanted to test these cheaper options and compare. By the way, none of these products can be found in EWG Skin Deep Database, so I did the hard work for you and ran all the reports myself. It is a bit of time consuming process, but worth it for the peace of your mind. So let's dig in into the individual categories, shall we?



Organii Everyday Organics shower gel


Shower gel

I got two scents in fruity and refreshing Strawberry and Shea Butter scent. The packaging is really adorable, like a mini milk bottle, and you get 300ml of product. This is a vegan product. These were an instant hit in the house, and the strawberry one is almost gone by the time I am reviewing these products. The scents are very mild, not overpowering at all, so if you are really sensitive to scents, you might chance trying these products, or get their unscented versions of it, if they have it. PH of these products is 6 (please note I test with a ph strips and not the device). EWG report gave it a toxicity score of 4 (out of 10)


Ingredients:
INCI - aqua, pseudotsuga menziesii water*, ammonium lauryl sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, glycerin, caprylyl/capryl glucoside, lauryl glucoside, sodium chloride, parfum, sodium benzoate, lactic acid, potassium sorbate, benzoic acid
*ingredients from organic farming
99.5% of the total ingredients are from natural origin. 10.2% of the total ingredients are from organic farming.

Organii Everyday Organics liquid soap

Liquid soap

I got it in neutral and in citrus scents - and I have to say these are my second favourite products from everything that I got, these beauties are hard at work, one in the bathroom, one at the kitchen sink. I must admit they leave a bit of a film on the hands when I wash my hands with cold water, which is most times. I guess it is to be expected there's natural oils in the formula? I wanted to point this out so you would be in the known before buying this product, not after. Description says it is suitable for vegans. PH of this product is 9, so just like DrBronner's soap. And because of the alkaline ph and alcohol in it, I find them ever so slightly drying, but that is quickly remedied by a hand cream and Madara balm at night. But while DrBronner's is really drying my skin out, this liquid soap does that just so-so. EWG report came at 3, but it didn't recognize two of the ingredients, potassium Sunflowerseedate and strangely enough, alcohol denaturate.

Ingredients:
Aqua, potassium Sunflowerseedate*, Potassium Olivate*, Alcohol denat., Glycerin*, Potassium Citrate, Parfum, Limonene**, Citral**, Linalool**, Geraniol**, Citronellol**
*Made using organic ingredients
100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin. 17% of the total ingredients are from organic farming.




Organii Everyday Organics aloe mouthwash

Mouthwash

Again, I got it in pair, citrus one and eucalyptus one (at the moment that is all the variety they are offering) and I must admit I wasn't a big fan of eucalyptus one, which I opened first, but when I tried the citrus one, I found it much more palatable. The flavour starts out very mellow, and it intensifies as you swish, so I guess that eucalyptus in my mouth I found a bit too much, as it is not normally something I'd go for. In any product in fact, with the exception of essential oil to be used in winter for bronchitis and cough treatments. Citrus was much more my style. You get a whooping 500ml of product, so I see this lasting a really long time for us. PH of this product is 5. And EWG report came at 4.


Ingredients:
aqua (water), aloe barbadensis gel*, alcohol*, citrus medica limonum oil*, citrus aurantium dulcis oil*, citrus grandis oil* limonene, citral, geraniol, linalool, coumarin, sorbic acid, sodium benzoate, sodium dehydroacetate.
The website does not state the percentage of organic ingredients in this product.


Organii Everyday Organics Cream Soap and After Sun Cream


Almond Cream Soap with organic shea butter

I must admit I haven't used it yet, as I've plenty of shower gel, and I am thinking taking it on my upcoming trip, as not to have too many liquids on me, so I will have to come back and update you aftewards. PH of it came at 9 too, so I expect it to be slightly (or a lot) drying, but we have to wait and see. EWG report came at 3.

Ingredients:
(INCI) - Sodium Palmate***, Sodium Palm Kernelate***, Aqua, Glycerin***, Elaeis Guineensis Kernel Oil*, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*, Perfum, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Linalool**, Benzyl Salicylate** Benzyl Alcohol**
*Ingredients from organic farming, **as component of essential oils, ***made using organic ingredients
99.9% of the total ingredients are from natural origin. 82.6% of the total ingredients are from organic farming.


After Sun Cream

I haven't had a chance to try this either, as after three lovely days of European heat wave was well and truly over in Ireland, and we are back to seemingly permanent rain and jackets. So it is fair to say I haven't had a chance to get my legs out or anything like it, aka no chance of testing this product yet. I am taking this product on my upcoming product too, so I will get back to you on this as well. I'll include the PH of the product then too, as for now it is sealed and I don't want to open it before I need it. EWG report says it is 4.

Ingredients:
INCI - aqua (water), aloe barbadensis gel*, cetearyl alcohol, butyrospermum parkii butter*, cetearyl olivate, sorbitan olivate, parfum**, argania spinosa kernel oil*, glycerin, calendula officinalis flower extract*, tocopherol, lactic acid, benzyl alcohol, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate.

The description does not state the percentage of organic ingredients either.

(by the way, I have a very old blog post with delightfully bad pictures on all natural after sun care and DIY sunburn remedies, and I will link it here).



Organii Everyday Organics Organic Cotton Patches

Organic Cotton Patches

Umm, I have to be real here, half of the kiddies ones were used up for DrMcstuffins games before I could even taken a picture of it, so needless to say, these are a big hit in the house. And what's not to love? Organic cotton instead of that dreaded plastic bandage? Affordable price too, you get 50 of the "normal" adult ones or 20 colourful ones for the kids. Just take a leaf out of my book, check on the kids as soon as the house is quiet, not after 10 minutes of "nice and quiet time" - by then you might not have any of the patches left, lol. These hold up as any patch wood, and I much rather will have organic cotton than plastic ones, thank you very much.









So that is all for today. Have you tried any of these product and what do you think?




Lots of Love,

Renata 💕







Disclaimer. Because I have to. For me it goes without saying, but you can't use my photos without my permission. I used to think it is obvious to everyone that blogger's photos are blogger's asset and belongs to the blogger, but after some recent events I will include this in my posts. I am happy to lend brands and websites to use them as long as I am credited for them. Not asking my permission before and not giving me photo credit after = not cool.




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