Showing posts with label beauty. Show all posts
Showing posts with label beauty. Show all posts

Makeup Look: Mint to Be

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Needing a break from thinking about serious things, I wanted to share this makeup look I did a few weeks ago! My inspiration? Wanting to play with some new (to me) products (like the Colourpop Mint to Be Eyeshadow Palette *!), the 60s, and mint chocolate chip ice cream!

Beauty Icons: Retro Star Trek

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Where no man has gone before...
Every week from 1967 to 1969, Star Trek: The Original Series had a carousel of actresses modeling the newest, most dazzlingly futuristic looks of 1960s sci-fi dreams. The frosty lipsticks, ornate hair styles, and geometric eyeshadow underscored the daring costumes, rendered in eye catching fabrics with strategically placed cutouts (showing belly button was still forbidden).

The space age clothing and beauty trend, ushered in by fashion icon Pierre Cardin and the Space Race, combined with advances in makeup and wardrobe to create never-before-seen, hyper-pigmented beauty products as well as vinyl and metallic fabrics. All the while, Star Trek was at the forefront of the trends with it’s frosty-lipped, metallic-clad glamazons. Here are some of my favorite beauty looks on Star Trek: TOS, and tips on how to get their trademark looks. Scotty, beam... *ahem* us up! (I'm sorry, I had to...)

Six Women and Their Signature Scents

Friday, January 31, 2020

After working on the My Favorite Perfumes post, I found the experience of researching and painting perfumes just wet my appetite for more! Aching to learn about and try more beloved perfumes, I decided to ask some of my friends what perfume they consider their signature scent, and what makes it so meaningful to them.

I had such a great time compiling this list and interviewing such incredible people, and this just reaffirms my love for perfume. It's such a meaningful and intensely personal experience! From a fashion designer, to a screenwriter, to a ballerina - here are 5 signature scents as unique and multi-layered as the people that wear them.

Favorite Beauty Products of 2019

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Ink black eyeliners, cream to powder lipsticks, gradient blushes and fruit themed eyeshadow palettes - 2019 was a huge year for the beauty industry. Here, I wanted to share what products stood out, and what exactly made them so good! If you have any recommendations you'd like to share, please let me know!

My Favorite Perfumes

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

With a simple spritz of the juice, perfume unlocks powerful memories, enhances atmosphere, clings to experiences, and unfurls different scent narratives. It’s one of my favorite parts of "getting ready" - the mist a finishing touch after picking out your outfit and makeup, helping to establish what kind of person you feel like or want to channel.

As somebody very driven by the idea of capturing a moment, learning that wearing a specific perfume can, in effect, bottle up meaningful moments, sensations - every time you smell it, was a revelation.

I am in no way an expert when it comes to the more technical side of fragrances, but I have such a great admiration and love of perfumes, and wanted to share some of my favorites! While writing this post, I did quite a bit of research on fragrances and the ones I like, and discovered I’m usually drawn towards fruity, warm, and sweet scents.

This experience has made me want to learn even more, so if you have any book or scent recommendations please let me know! I also took another shot at learning how to use watercolors, so I could attempt to accurately portray the translucent perfume bottles. While the paintings definitely aren’t perfect, I really like how they turned out!

Makeup Look: Starry Eyed

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

When it comes to makeup, I must confess I usually stick with very "wearable", soft looks because I'm always secretly afraid the artsy, "out there" looks won't flatter me. But I've been so inspired by Euphoria's runway ready makeup looks (along with everybody else!), I decided to try out an intense smokey eyeshadow look with a side of Swarovski crystals!

Beauty Look: Strawberry Puffs

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Hello! I cut my hair - I just needed something different and new! I might go even shorter - but I think it looks really cute for now :') What do you think? Please let me know if there are any hair looks you'd like me to try out! Meanwhile, I am absolutely obsessed with this eyeshadow palette - the pinky shades are a dream come true for me, and they all blended like a dream. I also love these hair clips that have been everywhere lately ♡

Makeup Look: Modern Day Marie Antoinette

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Lately, instead of asking myself "how can I make myself look better?" when doing my makeup, I've been trying to ask myself "How can I have fun with this?". It's a much appreciated change, partially inspired by the amazing dialog we had in one of my last post which touched upon beauty standards.

Refreshing My Pink Hair with evo

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

So excited to share my hair transformation using evo Hair with you all! Wanting to try something new, I went for a rich, cool toned pink using a custom mix of their Staino professional customizable direct dyes in Fuchsia, Flame, and Clear (my friend Dori says it looks like raspberry sorbet)! I also wanted to get you guys involved in the fun, so I’m giving away evo Hair’s Fabuloso, their color boosting treatment over on my instagram! Have you ever colored your hair a bright color before?

This post is made in collaboration with evo Hair. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Mermaidens possible!

Current Favorite Skincare Products

Friday, May 10, 2019

After years of trial and error, I finally feel like I'm getting the hang of caring for my skin! Researching my skin type and really paying attention to what my skin likes has been a long, but ultimately rewarding, journey - and I wanted to share with you some of my holy grail skincare products!

PJs: Missguided (sold out, similar)

Kocostar Sheet Masks *
I have always loved sheet masks but didn't notice a big difference between them - until I tried Kocostar's Sheet Masks! Their masks leave my skin feeling ultra hydrated, and are offered in a wide variety for varying skin concerns. Not only that, I'm in love with their "slice" concept - they've divided up the mask into 12 mini shaped "sheets" drenched in essence - think 12 mini strawberries or sunflowers - and you can place them wherever you want - face or body! I love that this helps you target moisture where you really need it, and not in your hair...!

Biore Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen
Arguably one of the most important but often overlooked skincare products, sunscreen has never been fun for my skin with it's oily tendencies...! I've been searching high and low for a sunscreen that doesn't make my forehead feel like an oil slick: enter Biore's Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sunscreen! After being recommended the product many times when asking for product recommendations, it more then lived up to the hype! It has a really nice thin consistency that melts into the skin well, and a scent that I find to be rather pleasant.

Pixi Double Cleanse *
Again, as an oily-combo skin gal, my first instinct with oil cleansers is to cringe - but I am equally smitten with both the cream and oil cleanser in this set from Pixi! Formulated by skincare maven Caroline Hirons, these cleansers don't leave my skin feeling striped of moisture but still manages to leave my face squeaky clean. I don't feel right without double cleansing after wearing a full face of makeup now...

Too Cool For School Egg Mellow Cream *
I am throughly impressed with this moisturizer from Too Cool For School - I instantly fell in love with it's milky consistency that my skin absolutely drinks up. It has an almost sticky texture that creates a flawless base for foundation to stick to!

Beauty Trends: Testing Mermaid Makeup

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Being somebody heavily associated with mermaids, I thought it would be fun if we tested out mermaid themed beauty products together! I did a video on Youtube testing these products, but for those of you who prefer to read blog posts, I also wrote down my thoughts below! Are you sick of the mermaid trend yet? I'm still fond of it because I love a good kitschy theme, but can definitely understand the fatigue! Also, please let me know if you'd like me to do more posts like this ♡

TonyMoly I'm Real Pearl Luminating Sheet Mask
To start, I wanted to test out a product that, when looking at it, said "what would a mermaid use?" instead of screaming "MERMAID! METALLIC! GREEN LIPSTICK!" - if that makes sense! Enter, the TonyMoly pearl themed sheet mask. I feel like sheet masks are such a great way to self indulge, and this one is so cute!

3CE Baby Glow Cushion Foundation
Cushion foundations are usually my favorite formulas, so when I spotted this one with a pink shell compact, I needed to try it! Sold by 3 Concept Eyes (the in house beauty line for the clothing brand Style Nanda), who I've been itching to try since I'm always so impressed with their beauty campaigns. Sadly, this foundation missed the mark for me! First, the pros! I did like the coverage (initially) and inclusion of SPF in the formula. And that case is truly darling - said to be inspired by 90s toys, I was very impressed with the shell design. But at $30, this is a bit of a pricey foundation, and I noticed it emphasizing texture around my nose. Not to mention, this foundation is only available in two shades - which doesn't even begin to cover the beautiful variety of skin tones people have! Overall, even though it's adorable, I don't see myself reaching for it very often. I hope to try out more 3CE products in the future, because I'm still very eager to try what else they have to offer as a brand!

Milk Makeup Eye Pigment in Mermaid Parade *
I am constantly impressed with Milk Makeup's fresh and fun take on beauty - and this eye pigment was no exception! I love cream eyeshadows but rarely do they met my expectations when it comes to pigmentation and longevity - which was absolutely not the case with this shadow. A little goes a long way with this hyper pigmented product - and it's so easy to create a striking look (see, this gorgeous look from Sophia Roe)! That said, this product dries down quickly, so be sure to work fast! I was a bit slow, and it made applying eyeliner over the product a bit difficult - but overall, I'm a big fan.

Colourpop Mermaid Glow Face Duo *
Sadly, this face duo is no longer available - but it was the only mermaid themed blush I had on hand or could find! I only used the blush for this look, and was really into how the diffused warm pink blush translated on my skin. If you are interested in finding a look-a-like that is still readily available, Temptalia has a great dupe feature on her site!

e.l.f. Prismatic Highlighting Duo in Mermaid Tail *
e.l.f. has been really impressing me with their releases lately! I really love the concept of these highlighting duos - and if you wet these you can get a super metallic, beautiful highlight!

I Heart Revolution Mermaid's Heart Highlighter *
I'm so smitten with these themed heart highlighters from I Heart Revolution! I really love this color combination for their Mermaid Heart - and the gold I used for this look as a highlighter was a beaut.

Mermaid Wishlist
Of course, this barely scratches the surface when it comes to mermaid beauty - so here's a few products I've had my eye on!

Too Faced Magic Crystal Lip Topper in Mermaid Tears
Ciate London Mermaid Glow Highlighter
Almay Make Them Jelly Hi-Lite in Mermaid Magic

Have you tried any of these products? (Ps, I didn't use any mermaid themed lip products because the majority of the ones I could find leaned green, blue, or metallic - and I felt it would compete too much with the rest of the look! Please let me know if you want a part two and me to try out some mermaid lips products next ♡)

Pink Hair FAQ: How To Have Pastel Hair

Sunday, May 6, 2018

By far my most asked question is what hair dye I use, so I wanted to compile some of my most asked questions all about my pink hair in one convenient place!

What hair dye do you use?
I have been using Special Effects in Cupcake Pink, diluted with a bit of opaque white or cream conditioner, for years now and highly recommend it!

Do you have to bleach your hair?
My natural hair color is a dark blonde, and in order to have pastel colors bleaching is mandatory. It actually took me a couple years to get it just right.

How do you keep your hair looking healthy?
First of all, thank you so much for thinking my hair looks healthy! It definitely has a lot of damage, bleaching your hair over the course of five years will do that, but I try to keep my hair as moisturized as possible. Products I love: evo The Great Hydrator Moisture Mask, Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Mask Honey Treasures, L'Oreal Total Repair 5 Damage Erasing Balm, and Trader Joe's Coconut Oil.

I definitely recommend avoiding heat styling whenever possible - though this is a rule I don't follow as often as I should myself... *cough*

For hair tutorials and advice, I love Angelina's incredible pastel hair tips and tutorials, and Keiko Lynn's beautifully done, easy to follow step-by-step hair tutorials!

Spring Trends: Romantic Blush

Monday, March 19, 2018

One of my favorite editorial trends for Spring? Too much blush. A trend usually associated with contouring, and at times, harsh, blush of the 80s - I've been seeing makeup artists like Pat McGrath streamlining the look with dewy fresh skin and otherwise toned down makeup. Personally, I LOVE this look and would definitely wear it out for the right occasion... It reminds me of beauty icons in period pieces - think Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet getting flushed running through grassy plains (or her younger sisters eagerly pinching their cheeks to recreate the look!) and Kristen Dunst as Marie Antoinette aggressively piling on the baby pink rouge before finishing with a drawn on beauty mark. What do you think - would you try this trend?

I'm Wearing...
Eyes: Colourpop Eyeshadows in Going Rogue, Itty Bitty, Flipper, & One by One *
Lips: Urban Decay Ultra Cushion Lip Gloss in Snitch *
(Fake) Monarch Butterflies (thank you Bao for these butterflies!)
Forever 21 Gingham Top

Everyday Makeup

Monday, June 5, 2017

I shared my everyday makeup routine (on video!) last year, and thought it was high time I did an updated routine! Here are the makeup products I currently can't get enough of - and how cute is my makeup bag?

- Glossier Priming Moisturizer *
A lightweight moisturizer that makes helps my foundation go on beautifully and lasts longer.

- Maybelline Cushion Foundation *
I've discussed how much I love this foundation in the past - I've been wearing it nonstop since I got it and can't get enough of the buildable coverage and dewy finish.

- Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Concealer *

- Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder
This is my holy grail translucent powder! For the longest time, I thought all powders gave you a somewhat cakey appearance - until this one from Laura Mercier! It practically melts into ones skin and works wonders for baking under the eyes (which helps disguise my under eye bags)!

- Glossier Boy Brow *
Another product I've been using since I first got it, this amazing brow pomade is fool proof and fills in the brows without leaving them feeling crispy.

- Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombré Blush in The Princess Daiquiris
I really cannot get enough of this $5 blush - it leaves a hazy, delicate peachy cast on the skin. J'Adore!

- CoverFx Custom Enhancer Drops in Celestial *
The absolute best liquid highlighter I have come across - I take this with me everywhere, just look at how beat up mine is in the photo! Highlighter is my favorite makeup product right now - and this gives the most intense, almost metallic beam. I apply it above the cheekbone and on the tip of the nose undiluted, but you can even mix it with your moisturizers, foundations, and more to add a drop of radiance.

- Maybelline Color Sensational Insta-Matte Nudes in Honey Pink *
Another product I've mention in the past - but this truly "honey pink" hue is ticking all the boxes for me this Spring/Summer season! I even got one for my Grammy, who is equally as smitten with it...

- Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist *
I am absolutely in love with Pixi's products and have been for around 6 years now. One of my first eyeshadow palettes ever was from Pixi, and slowly I've been growing my skincare collection with their products! This mist is lovely.

You might recognize a few products here from mentioning them before in prior posts - but when I find something that works, I stick to it! What makeup products have you been loving lately? I always love hearing your recommendations!

Four Looks with Lancôme L'Absolu Rouge Lipsticks

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Recently, Lancôme sent me their range of L’Absolu Rouge lipsticks to try and I was absolutely gobsmacked! Revamped by their global makeup creative director, the incomparable and extremely talented Lisa Eldridge, these lipsticks come in a wide variety of stunning hues and in three different finishes - cream, matte, and sheer. There is truly a shade for every occasion in the line of 44 lipsticks! I'm also incredibly smitten with their new, sleek case with the "signature Lancôme rose as a gold domed seal on the cap - with just one simple push of the rose, the lipstick is revealed". Sublime!

I asked my readers on Twitter what shades I should spotlight in this post, and had such a fun time creating looks centered around the lip colors you helped chose!

The Isabella
A classic, timeless look: the matte red lip, perfected skin, and winged liner. Exemplified by Isabella Rossellini, Lancôme's muse for over a decade.

One of my favorite actresses and models is Isabella Rossellini - the always poised, stunning inside-and-out, daughter of Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini. Growing up, I would pour over books and websites, admiring her campaigns for Lancôme in the 80s and 90s. I was extremely excited to hear she was recently invited back as one of Lancôme's ambassadresses at age 64! When I saw this shade was called Isabella, I had a hunch it was named after her - and Lisa Eldridge herself confirmed she named the shade after her in this lovely post! The lipstick, a matte, cherry red is a truly classic shade.

I'm wearing:

  • L'Absolu Rouge 189 Isabella Lipstick *
  • Lancome Teint Idole Ultra Cushion Foundation *
  • Mattifying Translucent Powder

    The Deneuve
    A light lip and heavy liner - the trademark look for any bombshell.

    One of my favorite beauty looks is the iconic bombshell - the heavily lined eyes, light lip, and voluminous, tumbling locks combination was popularized in the late 50s/early 60s by Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot! The L'Absolu Rouge shade 202 Nuit et Jour is a gorgeous, sheer pink that is perfect for this look.

    I'm wearing:

  • L'Absolu Rouge 202 Nuit et Jour Lipstick *
  • Black Eyeliner
  • Muted Rose Blush
  • False Lashes

    The Clara
    The roaring 20s are back! Silent film actresses Clara Bow and Louise Brooks inspired a legion with their expressive faces and dark, vampy lipstick drawn in the style they popularized, the "beestung" lip.

    The 20s were the beginning of when it was socially acceptable to wear makeup again after the Victorian era completely looked down on it. The first wave of film stars inspired people all over the world to paint their lips, fringe their eyes with eyeliner, and publicly powder their noses (and knees, to the distraught of the older folks with Victorian sensibilities)!

    When I first got into makeup as a teenager, I was incredibly smitten with the Bright Young Things of the 20s and attempted to recreate their look on my own face. Though I had very beginning level skills, attempting my first smokey eye and drawing my lipstick in the exaggerated "beestung lip" style, I was completely transfixed by the image in the mirror. It was incredibly exciting to see the transformative nature of makeup that I hadn't really experienced until then - and it was truly the beginning of my love of makeup! I wanted to try my hand at the 20s style again now that I know a bit more about makeup (heh). 399 Secrete is a vampy purple that is perfect for this era, but is also completely timeless.

    I'm wearing:

  • L'Absolu Rouge 399 Secrete Lipstick *
  • Mauve blush

    The Gidget
    Retro summer sweetness! I can just imagine relaxing on the beach in this fruit popsicle inspired look.

    For the final look featuring 114 Amuse-Bouche, a bright coral in a cream finish, I wanted a fresh look that could be worn relaxing on the beach like in a retro summer flick - preferably with a fruit popsicle in hand!

    I'm wearing:

  • L'Absolu Rouge 114 Amuse-Bouche Lipstick *
  • Peachy blush (in Beam)
  • Gold eyeshadow (in Kitten)
  • Kat Von D Pastel Goth eyeshadows *
  • Milk Makeup foundation *

    Which of the four looks is your personal favorite?

  • Sunset Makeup Look

    Tuesday, April 18, 2017

    Even though it's still rather dreary in Oregon ("Local Girl Shakes Fist at Unrelenting Grey Skies"), Spring is finally here! The flowers are blooming, I've been baking strawberry cookies, and playing with new spring makeup releases! Here is a simple look but with a hint of glam I've been wearing a lot lately.

    Maybelline's newest releases have knocked it out of the park - the Dream Cushion Foundation and lipstick in Honey Pink have quickly become a new holy grail for me! The foundation is buildable, light to medium coverage, beautiful finish that is dewy but not TOO dewy for my oily combo skin type - all while using the compact and easy to travel with cushion design! Meanwhile, I've been searching for a favorite pink lipstick shade and Honey Pink has become just that! The tone is so pretty, not too warm or too cool, and I love how creamy the lipstick is. If you would like to see swatches from the entire Inti-Matte Nudes lipstick line, please let me know!

    L to R: Maybelline Honey Pink Lipstick, Smashbox Spotlight "Pearl" Palette Highlighter Shades in: Blow a Fuse Pearl, Crank It Up Pearl, Turn it On Pearl, Wet n Wild Blush in The Princess Daiquiries

    Meanwhile, in January I picked up two of the Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombré Blushes - the gorgeous gradient look of the blush was what initially got my attention. But to my absolute delight, the blush went above and beyond my expectations, delivering a flushed, natural sun kissed glow! Glitter is visible in the pan, but none transferred to my cheek - just a beautiful sheen of reflective pink! Perfection.

    Wearing the Smashbox highlighter in Turn it On Pearl

    Finally, I partnered with Smashbox to do a collaboration on instagram featuring their Spotlight Palette - and was so impressed I wanted to share it here as well! Highlighter has dethroned lipstick as my favorite makeup product - it just feels magical! In the palette, you get three different highlighters. I used the yellow toned "Turn it On Pearl" which looked stunning specially when paired with the delicate pink shades of blush and lipstick - I later swapped it out for the shade "Crank It Up Pearl", a rose gold, and was equally impressed!

    Wearing the Smashbox highlighter in Crank It Up Pearl

    Happy Spring!

    Maybelline Dream Cushion Foundation *
    Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette
    Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombré Blush in The Princess Daiquiries
    Maybelline Inti-Matte Nudes in Honey Pink *
    Smashbox Spotlight Pearl Palette *

    Three Glitter Lipgloss Looks with Unicorn Snot

    Thursday, February 2, 2017

    I'm super excited to share with you my newest obsession: FCTRY's Unicorn Snot glitter lip glosses! Beautiful fine glitter in a gloss format that feels super hydrating, gives the perfect hint of color, smells great, and are amazing to layer with? Dream product = unlocked! I wanted to share three ways to style Unicorn Snot's glitter lip glosses for every occasion!

    Everyday Dew
    Imagine: it's spring, the flowers are blooming, and you are laying in the lightly damp grass with dappled light tickling your face. For a fresh look, I paired the Pink Lip Gloss all over my lips, which left a glittery, rose lip tint, a dewy face base, and let some freckles peek through. Perfect for picking daisies...

    Princess Chic
    For the second look, I wanted to go all out fantasy princess - think the gorgeous Robin Wright in The Princess Bride. With a small heidi braid peeking through my hair, I amped up the blush and highlighter and used the dreamy Purple Lip Gloss for a glossy, glittery pout with a hint of purple.

    Mermaiden Glam
    Finally, for my third look - I was instantly inspired by the Blue Unicorn Snot Lip Gloss to go full on mermaid glam. I played up the eyeshadow in icy, shimmery shades and Unicorn Snot Glitter Gel in the matching Blue shade (for face, body, and hair!). Of course, to top it off I used the Blue Unicorn Snot Lip Gloss - the beautiful iridescent shine reminds me so much of mermaids and I of course, am smitten! Now where's my seashell bra...

    I'm so excited to play with these more - it's such a fun, no fuss way to wear glitter! They can easily be played up or down depending on whether or not you are wearing it for day or night - and so versatile! Here's to always being adventurous in our personal style <3

    This post is in collaboration with FCTRY. All opinions are my own and only products I truly love are featured!

    MAC Shadescents Review and Giveaway

    Friday, December 23, 2016

    MAC Cosmetics really outdid themselves! I was gifted their new line of Shadescents * to review - and I am absolutely gobsmacked. With Shadescents, they've created a perfume inspired by six of their most iconic lipsticks and the people that wear them! With it, they managed to create a wide range of scents that evoke different moods, temperaments, and vibes - all based on a lipstick! Incredible - and one of the most exciting makeup launches I've seen recently!

    In this post, I break down the lipstick shades and their matching perfume and outline the scents. I definitely recommend these lipsticks as well as their perfume if you can't tell - I'm absolutely in love!

    Have I piqued your interest? I'm holding a giveaway where you can win your favorite scent on my Instagram! See the giveaway post for full details. Good luck!

    Ruby Woo
    One of my all time favorite lipsticks - a cool toned, classic matte red - now has a matching perfume! With notes of wood, floral, and red leather - this perfume smells wholly unique without being overpowering.

    Candy Yum Yum
    Described as sweet, fruity, and floral - this perfume was my favorite out of the bunch! I also love it's namesake, a neon, Barbie matte pink lipstick.

    Crème D'Nude
    For the "ultimate laid back goddess", this perfume's top notes are amber and musk, and was formulated to smell it's best on the skin. The matching lipstick is a peachy, sheer beige lipstick in a cremesheen finish.

    My Heroine / Heroine
    Another perfume with wood top notes - this one paired with a heavier dose of leather. The matching lipstick, Heroine, a matte purple - is another of my all time favorite shades from MAC.

    Velvet Teddy
    Another of my favorite scents, Velvet Teddy smells like wild honey - and the word I instantly thought of to describe the smell was "warmth". The matching lipstick is a new favorite - a matte warm, deep beige.

    Lady Danger
    Finally, MAC's second most popular red (losing only to Ruby Woo, of course!), Lady Danger gets the special treatment in their perfume - with notes of wood and floral. The lipstick is a matte fiery red with hints of orange.

    L-R Lipstick swatches of: Heroine, Ruby Woo, Lady Danger, Candy Yum Yum, Velvet Teddy, Crème D'Nude

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