Friday, 20 April 2018


Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Collaboration Eyeshadow Palettes and Liquid Lipsticks
Kylie recently announced a Kourt x Kylie Cosmetics collaboration. Kourtney Kardashian is Kylie's oldest sister and to my knowledge the last of her Kardashian sisters to collaborate with her hugely successful but also controversial cosmetics line. I do foresee a Kendall Jenner collaboration in the near future. In this collection there are three pressed shadow palettes, all quads (four shades in each) and three velvet liquid lipsticks. The new products are available to purchase 3pm PST on 24th April 2018 which is 11pm UK time if you are interested in picking up these products.

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Blue Pressed Eyeshadow Palette Photos and Swatches. Screenshot via @exteriorglam
All the palettes are encased in holographic boxes. The first quad to be discussed is the blue pressed eyeshadow palette. The four shadows in this palette are: 1944 (a true metallic gold, very Studio 54 vibes), In the Reign (a more subdued softer champagne gold), Calabassas (a matte orangey brown) and Bible (deep plum matte). I like all the colours in this palette, I wish Calabassas was less orange, but overall I would use all of these shades and can envision a few looks with just these shades.

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Pink Eyshadow Palette
Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Pink Eyeshadow Palette Swatches and Photos
The pink pressed eyeshadow palette consists of  Diamond (a metallic taupe silver shade), Poosh (a more silver metallic), Gluten Free (a beautiful metallic pale gold) and The Queen (a sorbet orange matte). This is my least favourite palette of the three possibly due to the lack of matte shadows and the one matte is not a shade I like at all. The metallic shimmers are all pretty and great shades but as a palette it just doesn't wow me.

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Green Eyeshadow Palette

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Green Eyeshadow Palette Swatches and Photos
The green pressed eyeshadow palette is the last of the palettes and the shadows in this one are Slob Kabob (soft purple grey matte), Heartless (metallic pure silver), Ma$e (a rich matte red, it looks like the eyeshadow version of MAC's Ruby Woo) and finally Matcha (a metallic forest green). This screams Christmas to me, only Slob Kabob looks completely out of place here, I would have liked a more neutral matte, not something as cool toned as that purple grey shade. I would have loved something unexpected to keep with the vibrancy of this palette like a shocking yellow but I can understand why a softer shade would be more helpful when using the palette.

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Collaboration Velvet Matte Liquid Lipsticks French Kiss Minnie and Rad

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Collection Velvet Matte Liquid Lipsticks French Kiss Minnie and Rad Photos and Swatches
Finally, the three liquid lipsticks are called French Kiss (a soft light creamy pinkish nude), Minnie (a very wearable darkish pink, that looks coral in the sunlight as far as I can tell) and Rad (bright matte warm red). As you can probably guess I barely ever wear liquid lipsticks and if I do it would be a darkish brown shade. I think these are great summer lip shades and would suit most people, especially those with a warm skin tone. 

Kourt K x Kylie Cosmetics Kylie Jenner Selfie Swatches Velvet Matte Lipsticks French Kiss Minnie and Rad Photos
Congratulations! You made it to the end. It took a while to get through three quads and three liquid lipsticks. I don't post about all of Kylie's releases but for some reason you guys really seem to like these posts so I keep posting them when the collections aren't too overwhelming, for instance I skipped right over the Weather Collection. If you have any requests for posts please post them below, I have a tonne of reviews I need to post but I also have a few launches I want to cover as I love hearing your opinions on new releases, so stay tuned. Please leave me a comment with thoughts on these palettes and liquid lipsticks. Overall, I won't be buying anything, as you know, customs are a killer, not to mention the additional shipping cost. Furthermore, quads are not something I would splurge on as far as eyeshadow palettes go, although the majority of the colours are pretty and appealing and the colour payoff looks great, I couldn't justify the money at all. Thank you so much for reading. We had some really bad shit happen last week so this is keeping me sane. Take care.

Do you like any of the Kourt K x Kylie palettes and lipsticks?


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Saturday, 14 April 2018


The Body Shop Skin Defence Multi-Protection Essence (£17/£21) was everywhere when it came out a few years ago, and as always I am significantly late to the party. This SPF 50 essence is designed to be used under foundation and after normal moisturiser, specifically for protection against the environment and harmful sun rays. It contains broad spectrum UV filters, red algae and Vitamin C, so actually does more than just protect the skin but also acts to brighten it. I used it throughout my recent holiday to Mykonos and for almost a month since then and here is my verdict. 

What It Is: SPF 50 PA++++ sunscreen 

What It Does: Protect against multiple aggressors including UVA and UVB rays whilst reducing dullness through red algae and Vitamin C. 

What I Liked: It is a very light, non-greasy formula that sits well under makeup or alone on the skin. It doesn't leave a white cast, which is always a worry, and is the complete opposite to the thick sunscreens that I am used to which clog my pores and are generally quite slippery in texture. Wildly impressed by this sunscreen, for makeup wearers and for those with oily skin I think this is a winner.

What I Didn't: I know in the past it was £16 for the 40ml bottle so although trivial I do think it is more expensive than it needs to be. Secondly, the consistency is quite thin, which I do like, but it does mean you run the risk of pouring out more than you need a lot of the time which results in wasted product. 

All in all though this is one of the best sunscreens I have tried, if not the best, it is so easy to use and barely noticeable. This is the only sunscreen I could imagine incorporating into my daily routine outside of vacations which is a great plus point as we all know the importance of daily sun protection. I am happy I gave this product a shot and would definitely consider it a product I would repurchase, next time I would go for the larger £21 60ml tube. Thank you for reading, don't forget to leave me a comment below, I know there are many skincare connoisseurs among you! Take care.

What is your favourite SPF moisturiser?


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Thursday, 12 April 2018


Fenty Beauty Body Lava in Who Needs Clothes and Brown Sugar and Fairy Bomb. Photo by @trendmood1
The latest releases from Fenty Beauty include their Body Lava Body Luminisers ($50/£46) and the Fairy Bomb Glittering Pom Pom ($42/£34). Available on Sephora and Harvey Nichols in the UK. I am surprised they are available in the UK already as I expected them to have a later launch date, but they are available on the UK website as of right now. The Body Lava Luminisers come in two shades: Who Needs Clothes (radiant rose gold) and Brown Sugar (lustrous bronze). They are both gel-based body luminisers that are dewy to the touch and have a floral vanilla scent which I am all about, please release a fragrance Fenty, thank you! They are described as having a glistening finish with light diffusing micro-pearls and come in a generously sized bottle (3oz). I have to say the packaging is exquisite, the bottles are gorgeous and look incredible displayed.

Fenty Beauty Body Lava in Who Needs Clothes and Brown Sugar and Kabuki Brush
#BODYLAVA: As for what shade you should purchase, either or seem to work for any skin tones it just depends on what finish you want. Who Needs Clothes is a lot more reflective on darker skin tones whereas Brown Sugar blends a little more on deeper skin, but on fairer skin does make the skin look more tan. Both are workable for all skin types, which is really cool. Over all, this is a straight pass for me. Despite the beauty of the product. The finish is underwhelming, mostly just making the skin look slightly sweaty. I think it would look gorgeous in photos but for me I would want to wear a product like this on holiday. A bottle that size is impossible to travel with and I would hate to have to  pour some out in little travel size bottles. If they release a travel size version it would be more appealing to me, in general I prefer liquid highlights for the body or just intense moisturisers like the Nivea Essentially Enriched Body Lotion. It's acknowledged that it is "dewy to the touch" but this translates as being tacky on the skin again not conducive to a holiday but as a photoshoot product quite cool. There are a million and one dry oils you can you use on the skin and body I would opt for those, or just your standard pressed highlight powder.

Fenty Beauty Fairy Bomb Glittering Pom Pom
#FAIRYBOMB: This is something I could imagine buying for a really girly girl, maybe around eight years old, who is into princesses and fairy dust from Claires Accessories. The packaging and actual product is obviously more luxe than anything Claires offers but still I am not really sure why there is hype around this product. It sounds like the messiest of messes to me and any loose powder highlight or even just straight up eyeshadow pigments would give you a better effect. I think it is innovative and I have not seen a product like this but practically not my cup of tea. I think it is very much a product that only has merit for its coolness. It would certainly transfer, but most importantly you would never know how much you have left. I would love to hear what you think of it down below. Sadly, none of these new releases seem anywhere near worth the money to me.

Fenty Beauty Body Lava Body Luminisers in Who Needs Clothes and Brown Sugar Swatches
Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post and I would love to know what you think of these products. Have you tried them, do you love them, will you buy them? For me, they are just not products I would get much use out of but I can understand the appeal. The Body Lavas are definitely more attractive to me than the Fairy Bomb Glittering Pom Pom, and the finish is pretty just not earth-shattering, not £46 worth. But that is just my opinion. The packaging though 10/10. I have loads of posts written for new releases but also a million and ten things I want to review so please bear with me while I try and catch up on the six months of blogging I have missed. Take care.

How do you feel about these new products?


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Thursday, 5 April 2018


KKWBeauty x MakeupByMario Eyeshadow Palette Swatches and Comparison to Kylie Cosmetics Royal Peach Palette. Photo by @amrezy
Everyone and their mother has shared their thoughts on the new KKW Beauty x Mario palette ($45), despite it not being released yet. If you haven't heard the good news this highly circulated palette is launching today, April 5th, also the tenth anniversary of Kim and Mario's first meeting. I love that the launch date holds a special meaning and I have spent the past few day dedicated to watching review videos, and dear lord there are many. Not going to go too in depth today because there are so many reviews already out there by people who have used the palette firsthand. This post is just to share swatches and my thoughts, I have been asked about how the palette compares to Kylie's eyeshadow palettes, specifically the Royal Peach Palette. I want to reiterate that I haven't bought or even tried Kylie's or Kim's makeup, mostly because of the custom fees and my current ridiculous amount of makeup that I hardly ever touch. Seriously, it's a real problem. My sister had her bridal trial the other day and I was devastated to realise I own almost everything she used on her and yet I hardly use them, but hey props to me for buying good shit

KKWBeautyxMario Eyeshadow Palette Swatches Review First Impressions
Onto the palette, there are ten eyeshadows and all the names have a special meaning to Kim and Mario, her makeup artist. For me, the packaging, the shades, and the shade names were quite predictable. I think Mario is extremely talented and I do love the colours and would most likely use them all but it is nothing I have seen before. I should point out that I feel this way about every eyeshadow palette. If you are in the UK and are unsure I would recommend the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette, which you can get from Beauty Bay. Free delivery. Plenty more colours. You could definitely create very similar, if not identical looks. That is just my opinion

Kylie Cosmetics Royal Peach Palette Photo by @swatchbeauty compared to KKW Beauty x Mario Eyeshadow Palette Swatches
Surprisingly, people have drawn comparisons to Kylie Cosmetics Royal Peach Palette and I think this is due to the vivid blues in both palettes, aside from that they couldn't be more different. It is clear, even to me, a non-professional, that the quality of the KKW Beauty x Mario palette is higher. This is evident not only in how they swatch but how they perform on the lids and how they feel to the touch. There is a makeup artist behind this release so I assume more attention was paid and the price would be higher if this failed, for instance, it could actually damage Mario's career. I have seen some great looks with this palette but a lot of them are the same. I will be doing a post with some of my favourite looks from the palette and I am going to try my hardest to dupe the shades for you in case one specific shade is calling out to you. Thank you so much for reading, please leave your comments below I am very interested in your opinion on KKW Beauty in general as well as this palette specifically. I have the Master Palette by Mario done in collaboration with Anastasia Beverly Hills and I would choose that palette over this. The only drawbacks of this palette are the slight kickbac, highlighted in NikkieTutorials video and the general high price, but that is not an issue for me. A personal drawback for me is that I own very similar shades already. Take care. 

What are your thoughts on KKW Beauty and this new palette?


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Monday, 2 April 2018


If you are apprehensive about the budget dress you snatched up for a formal event, fear not. Just because you don't have the extra cash to splash out on an expensive designer dress doesn't mean you will stick out like a sore thumb. You can wear the budget dress, save your money and still look and feel divinely glamorous. In fact, for those of you shopping for prom dresses or graduation etc., there are many ways you can style inexpensive dresses to look just as stunning as the more expensive dresses in the room. Never forget, that it is not what you wear but how you wear it. 

First, you need to find the right place, but once you can find huge selections of cheap prom dresses. I have never paid more than £30 for a formal dress, this includes my prom, a ball and my graduation. I definitely recommend saving money where you can and as unfortunately not many life events call for extravagant gowns it makes sense to reduce your budget for something you might only end up wearing once. There are plenty of high street shops and online retailers that cater to more affordable tastes. This means you get a wider selection of dresses for half the price and ultimately end up saving yourself huge amounts of money.

Here are some tips on how to make sure your cheaper dress slays:


Pick a good material: you want to avoid flimsy fabrics that easily break or get caught in jewellery, bobble etc. You definitely don't want it to be see-through and just as you don't want it to be too thin so it snags on everything you won't want the material to be too thick and unflattering. It should also feel nice on your skin, no itchiness or scratchiness. It should feel good. 

Go for a simpler gown: most elegant dresses are gowns that fit really well and most importantly look good on you. For that reason, simpler designs typically flatter more people. Try on different dresses and figure out what colour compliments you, what style etc. and go from there. Dresses with too much going on can be distracting and sometimes, dare I say, tacky. 

Compensate with hair and makeup: Anything can be dressed up or dressed down. I find playing around with my hair and experimenting with makeup makes all the difference between a casual and a formal event. Most importantly. as long as you feel good and are happy with how you look you will carry yourself with confidence.

Accessorise: Similar to hair and makeup, if your gown is especially simple accessories are a fantastic way to elevate a look. Much like finding the perfect dress, finding great accessories does not have to break the bank either. Plus, the less you spend on the dress the more you can spend on everything else. If your shoes are visible do select a pair perfectly and please please make sure you can walk in them. Unless you are wearing a simple black dress, statement jewellery may not be the best option.

Choose a subdued colour: Stay away from neon shades that look like they belong at a Full Moon Party. Unless you can carry it off better than Rihanna. This tip is mostly because most formal event dresses don't come in neon so they might not be suitable for the occasion but hey rules are meant to be broken.  

Be careful with embellishments: This is a tip most of us learn the hard way, I love intricate embellishment but with cheaper dresses and even sometimes with more expensive ones, adornments fall off, or just look off, and although it looks mesmeric on the website in real life it can be a disappointment and actually look cheap which is not what you want.

Choose cutouts carefully: Cut outs can look elegant and with really simple one colour dresses they can be gorgeous, but you want to make sure it's not too overpowering. You can assess this with how comfortable you feel in the dress while you're in it, make sure you are imaging the event as well. Definitely try your dress on before the day of the event, to make sure it fits, is comfortable and doesn't grab at any skin. 

These simple tips will make it easy to dress for a formal occasion without breaking the bank and still looking like you belong no matter the price-tag your dress comes with. Of course, everyone is different and the biggest tip that anyone could ever give is confidence you can pull anything off if you wear it with pride. Wear whatever you are most comfortable with, these are tips you can customise for yourself, for instance I like simple gowns that are usually just one colour that have a really good design, material and fit. I find them easier to style i.e. finding shoes. I am not a fan of jewellery so they need a good design so I can forgo earrings and a necklace etc. Makeup is my favourite part of any event so I want a dress that allows me to be quite creative with my face. My hair is usually loose so I never go for strapless dresses. I hope this helps, would love to hear your own tips for buying dresses for formal occasions. Thank you for reading! Take care. 

What do you look for in a formal dress?


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Thursday, 29 March 2018


It has been more than a while and I am happy to report that I am feeling much better. One of my principal goals for 2018 is to be more open and share the good, bad and the ugly. We are all stuck in this weird social media lifestyle where everything looks perfect even when it isn't. This is personally offensive to me as from a young age I always struggled with the concept that people can hide how they feel. It makes me very distrusting, and I don't mean in the sense where you pretend to like a gift that you despise to spare someone's feelings. I mean when you pretend to be happy and everything is hunky dory when it could't be further from the truth. We would all be better off we were honest about how we were feeling all the time. It is easy to say but something I find difficult to do. Something always holds me back from opening up, either guilt or fear of judgement and lately a fear that something is very very wrong with me.

The things that helped me the most is honesty. I don't mean telling everyone your business, but there are always a few select people that you inevitably turn to if you are struggling at work or in a relationship. There is no reason you can't talk to them about how you are feeling. Most of all though, and I can't stress this enough be honest with yourself. If you are struggling then admit it. I am a firm believer that you are your own best asset and I have been striving for independence for such a long time, there is no shame in admitting you need help or accepting that things aren't going to plan. But you need to be honest with yourself, give yourself a break. Cry if you want to cry, watch a comedy show. On that note, here are a quick list of things that made me happy for invaluable moments in 2018.

1. I made some new friends and reconnected with some old friends. I love meeting new people, London happens to be a hotbed full of interesting people from all over the world and it is my favourite thing. With friendships, I prefer to be in a one-on-one setting and spending extended amount of time with great people talking about everything and nothing heals my soul.

2. After people are places. There are so many great places really close to me that I can lose myself in, reading, writing and revising. To get back into blogging, I am going to make a solid effort to spend some time in some amazing cafes and bars to invest more time into blogging and I really look forward to it. I plan to do a post on my favourite places, so please let me know in the comments if you would like that.

3. Comedy. This is slightly weird but after a particularly gruelling day when I received some bad news I relented at 3am attempting to escape my misery and scrolled through Netflix. I watched Russell Howard's Comedy Show and it literally literally changed my whole demeanour for hours beyond the duration of the show. This sounds so strange, but for that hour and a half I felt completely free of all my worries and when I think about it my mood lifts. It is odd to have such a strong personal reaction to just watching a show in bed, but I am so grateful for it because it made me realise the value of distractions. I have the utmost respect for all comedians not only because they immeasurably improve my mood and their bread and butter is literally laughter but also because it is quite common for comedians to suffer with depression and they make their darkest times a source of entertainment for us. It is heartbreaking and hilarious at the same time.

4. My love for reality shows will never die and I wish I could say I was sorry but I really am not. I have been watching Queer Eye on Netflix which is a revamped version of the old show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, where a group of gay men with different expertise (fashion, culture, food, grooming and interior design) makeover a man (sometimes straight, sometimes gay) and his home. It is really really good and totally restores your faith in humanity, I cried at every episode, they were all so moving and every person is incredible. I adore this show, it is on par with Ru Paul's Drag Race for me. All I want out of life is to just sit and listen to people's stories, their struggle, their heartache, their humanity and I will die happy. There are only eight episodes so I am definitely going to try and find the original series.

5. The wild outdoors. Surprisingly, I have flipped from being a homebody to wanting to be outside of my house as much as possible, at least in London. Let me tell you, my bank account is not happy. I feel lighter when I am outside and around other people, it regulates my behaviour more and having that control over my emotions makes me feel stronger. If you are going through a stressful time I highly recommend this.

6. Food. I can eat an unjustifiable amount of junk food. I am someone who if I am in the mood for a Kit Kat and I don't have one I will go out and buy a jumbo pack, plus some biscuits, and a snack bag of Twirl, maybe a Galaxy bar and some Pringles. Just so I never feel like this again. And I feel like shit, because I spent money on things that are both bad for me and not necessarily something I want anymore. Why am I such an impulse buyer! I went home and bought some snack pots of fruit to munch on while I revise in the library and I feel like a deity for eating fruit at my own choosing. I ordered avocado on toast the other day and colour in my food makes me happy. Eating healthier makes me feel better about myself. I want to stop turning to quick fixes to feel better and start viewing vegetables and nutrition as being just as delicious and just as rewarding as a chocolate bar. Also I bought ice cream which is directly correlated to my happiness. Facts. I am on the hunt for some vegan ice cream though if you know of any!

Wow, thank you for reading. I feel like I got a lot off my chest. I look forward to being back on here. I really have missed you and I am going to dedicate most of the day to catching up on blog posts, can't wait to read everyone's! Hope you are all having a fantastic week, my exams are over, I just returned from Mykonos (my sister's hen) and I am back home, for Easter break, where I can have bubble baths and make a mess in the kitchen. Things feel much better now. Please tell me how you have been in the comments, if you are comfortable sharing. Otherwise, I am always available via Twitter, email or Instagram. I don't want any of you to feel like you are alone with your problems. Take care.

How have you been, what cheers you up?


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Thursday, 15 March 2018


Are You A Good Candidate for Rhinoplasty? Find out here . . .

Hi guys, it has been a while and I can only blame my poor time management and exams for that. I hope things will return to normal soon. In the meantime, here is a different post about rhinoplasty. Out of all my features my nose is the one I wish I could change the most. A nose job is not something to be taken lightly and I think it's important you have as much information as possible first. So here is a list of criteria to see if you are even eligible for a nose job and at the end are some tips I want to give you in case you can't decide. Rhinoplasty can fix cosmetic issues with your nose and make you feel more confident in your appearance. During the surgery, your doctor will remove or rearrange bone, cartilage, and other tissue to change the shape and structure of your nose. The healing process can take weeks to months but usually most can return to work in a few weeks. Recovery depends on what was done to your nose and it can take up to 6 months for the swelling to  go down. It will be a while before you see your new nose! I will link a video by Anchal MUA at the end so you can watch her experience which was very informative for me. 

If you're considering a rhinoplasty surgery, the first step is to determine whether or not you're a good candidate. Here are four criteria you should meet to be a candidate for rhinoplasty: 

1. Specific Goals

To be a candidate for rhinoplasty, you should know exactly what you want to change about your nose. Many people say they dislike their nose but can't figure out why. Without knowing what you want to change, you won't be able to communicate your goals and expectations to your surgeon.

If you're not sure exactly what it is that you dislike about your nose, your surgeon might be able to help you figure it out during your consultation. There might be an issue with the bridge of your nose, or your nostrils may be too wide or narrow. However, if you still can't figure out what should change after speaking to your surgeon, you're probably not a good candidate for rhinoplasty.

2. Reasonable Expectations

During your consultation, your surgeon will discuss your goals and expectations for the procedure. Your surgeon will want to make sure you have reasonable hopes. Candidates for rhinoplasty should want to improve their appearance, but they shouldn't expect to look perfect after the surgery. Even the best surgeons can't always achieve perfect results, so if your expectations are too high, you'll only be disappointed.

Candidates should also have reasonable expectations about how the surgery will affect their lives. Rhinoplasty can make you feel much more confident in your appearance, and the confidence boost can make you more outgoing and positive. It won't fix every single problem in your life, though. You shouldn't expect the surgery to have a major impact on your life. 

3. Correct Age

Your nose should be done growing before you undergo rhinoplasty. For most people, the nose keeps growing until the mid-teens, so it's not recommended to have rhinoplasty before this time. If you do get the surgery before your nose is done growing, your nose might continue to change after the procedure, which could affect the results.

Most doctors won't perform rhinoplasty on anyone younger than 15 or 16. In addition to waiting until the nose is fully grown, surgeons also want to make sure their patients are mentally ready to handle a cosmetic surgery. Young teens might rush into a decision without giving it enough thought, and they may regret the choice later. 

4. Physically Healthy

Doctors usually only recommend non-essential surgeries to people who are physically healthy. You shouldn't have any preexisting medical conditions that may cause complications during or after the surgery. Before approving a rhinoplasty procedure, your doctor will probably give you a physical exam and ask about your medical history. Some health conditions can cause excessive bleeding or poor healing, which is risky during any surgery.

The best candidates for rhinoplasty are non-smokers. Smoking increases the risk of poor healing, infection, or other complications after the surgery. If you do smoke, your doctor will advise you to quit at least four to six weeks before your rhinoplasty

Dr. Andrew Frankel is certified by the Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the Board of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery. He specializes in rhinoplasty and other nasal surgeries, and he has won several awards for his surgical research. He has contributed to many scientific publications and FDA research trials. 

Thank you  so much for reading, above you can watch the video I mentioned for some information about the healing process. I have some skincare posts coming up for you and you can watch my latest video on YouTube by clicking on the link below. Hope you are having a great week and see you very soon. My exams are almost over! Take care. 

Have you ever undergone any cosmetic procedures?


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