I don’t claim to be a doctor, an esthetician, or even a makeup artist. I can only share my experiences and insights into products I’ve tried. Everyone has different sensitivities and allergies and you should always talk to a professional (doctor, esthetician, etc) if you have any concerns or questions about your skin and what you put on it.
And now just to re-itterate some common sense. Use products as directed by the manufacturer and real all their warnings and information prior to trying something new. I am not responsible for you eating your chocolate smelling bronzer or putting liquid lipstick on your eyelids. Ok, so that’s just silly, but you get what I mean.
All views on this blog are mine and all products have been purchased by me. If at some point in the future beauty brands want to start sending me things to try, I will a) do a happy dance, and b) immediately update you all so you know what I purchased and what was sent to me. I have never and will never take money for a positive review.
Some links on this blog may be affiliate links. I do this to make it easier for you to find products I’m talking about. But I want you to know that if you click on them and purchase something, I will receive a small commission. I will always note when that is the case. Beauty blogging takes lots of time and money so I very much appreciate the support you show me through using those links.
I use a website called Freepix for a lot of the images on my blog. It is a great resource for bloggers. All they ask is that you credit them for the images you use. Here is a compilation of the images I’m currently using on my blog.
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