Change is Good: Too Faced Natural Eyes Neutral Eye Shadow Collection

Although I'm clearly a lover of neutral eye palettes, Too Faced Natural Eyes palette never appealed to me before. With the clunky cardboard packaging housing shades that included a glittery mess of a nude, the thought of adding it to my collection never even crossed my mind - until it underwent a re-vamping. Too Faced recently re-introduced Natural Eyes with sleek tin packaging and a swap out with three 'new' shades, although one of the three is actually just renamed. A bit sneaky, if you ask me, but something I can overlook if the palette lived up to my expectations, which SPOILER! It does.
The new and improved Natural Eyes palette introduces Nudie in place of Nude Beach (aka the glittery mess), Cashmere Bunny in place of Velvet Revolver, and Chocolate Martini in place of Chocolate Martini (ahem, I mean Cocoa Puff...this is the renamed shade). So really, there are only two true changes, both of which are great ones and make the palette more versatile.

Natural Eyes contains four matte and five shimmer shades. To the touch, all feel soft and creamy, with the exceptions of Erotica and Chocolate Martini that feel more dry; however, all nine shades apply and wear beautifully. They're smooth, pigmented and blendable. Some shades kick up a bit of powder, but tapping off your brush after picking up the shadow is more than sufficient to prevent fall-out.

// TOP ROW //
Heaven // creamy, matte bone
Cashmere Bunny // matte, cool, mid-toned brown
Sexpresso // matte, cool, rich dark brown

Silk Teddy // icy pink pearl
Push-Up // shimmery pink-bronze
Erotica // dark, mossy brown with gold shimmer

Nudie // matte light brown
Honey Pot // warm, shimmery gold
Chocolate Martini // reddened chocolate brown with gold shimmer

Whereas many neutral palettes contain not enough mattes, shades that are too dark for daytime or too subtle for nighttime, or certain shadows of inferior quality to others in the palette, Natural Eyes ticks all the right boxes. Nearly half its shades are matte, and good-performing ones at that, it has a versatile compilation of shades that range from light to dark, allowing you to control how natural or dramatic you want your look, and every shade applies and wears well. I particularly love the inclusion of both Nudie and Cashmere Bunny, as they are fantastic crease and blending out shadows. Nudie is perfect for more subtle looks, while Cashmere Bunny is a touch deeper and can stand its own in the midst of darker shadows.

Here are three looks I wore this week...

1 // Heaven on inner half of lid, Cashmere Bunny on outer half of lid and Sexpresso on the upper lashline and outer v

2 // Silk Teddy on the lid, Push-Up on outer half of lid, Erotica in the outer v and Nudie through the crease

3 // Nudie on the lid, Chocolate Martini in the outer v, Honey Pot in the center of the lid and Cashmere Bunny to blend out the crease
If, like me, the Too Faced Natural Eyes palette never appealed to you, I urge you to give it a second look/swatch. The recent packaging and shade upgrades make all the difference, and it has quickly become one of my favorite neutral eye palettes. Keep in mind that while a few shades may not feel as luxurious upon finger swatching as shadows by Urban Decay, Laura Mercier, etc., none of that translates during application at all. These shadows look beautiful on the eyes. 

Now if they could just do something about some of the gag-worthy names...I mean, Sexpresso? Come on.

Too Faced Natural Eyes Neutral Eye Shadow Collection is available from Sephora for $36.


Karen Murrell Summer Bouquet is Good for Your Lips and Good for the Earth

Karen Murrell is a New Zealand-based lipstick brand. Their lipsticks are all-natural and do not contain mineral oil, animal-based material, parabens or preservatives. Even their packaging is eco-friendly. The boxes are recyclable, made from New Zealand trees and printed with soya ink. The lipstick containers made from polylactic acid and start to dissolve back into the Earth after just 100 days. For these reasons and despite not yet being easily accessible in the US (it's currently only available online), I knew immediately this was a brand I needed to try out and feature on Will Work for Makeup.
Karen Murrell's range currently consists of 17 lipsticks, including a lip balm treatment and five shades which comprise their summer collection, Summer Bouquet. The following mantra can be found on both the outer packaging and lipstick casing: 'Nothing nasty touches my lips.' 

Amen, amirite?
Summer Bouquet is a floral-inspired collection, as evident by the lipsticks' names. It includes: 

Poppy Passion :: hot pink
Lavender Laughter :: mauve-tinged lavender
Camellia Morning :: bright petal pink
Peony Petal :: peach with a hint of pink
Orchid Bloom :: warm nude

When I first opened the package and unveiled the collection, I may have let out a little gasp. Every shade is beautiful, wearable (Lavender Laughter is the only shade that may be slightly more difficult to pull off) and so me. I know a lot of you would love these shades as well. My personal favorites are Poppy Passion and Orchid Bloom.

L to R: Poppy Passion, Lavender Laughter, Camellia Morning, Peony Petal, Orchid Bloom
Every shade in the Summer Bouquet collection is without shimmer and sheer in one swipe, but easily buildable to opaque or nearly opaque coverage. The finish on all can be best described as matte, but on the lips, it feels like quite the opposite. To me, the formula is reminiscent of the original peppermint Burt's Bees lip balm - a bit waxy, supremely hydrating, shine-free and slip-free. I've definitely reached for one in place of lip balm before, and it worked flawlessly. Application-wise, Peony Petal is the only shade that can sometimes cause me problems, as it likes to gather towards my inner lip and needs to be blended away with my finger. All have a sweet and slightly spicy cinnamon scent. 

Clockwise from top left: Poppy Passion, Peony Petal, Orchid Bloom, Camellia Morning, Lavender Laughter
These retail for $30 NZD each, which is equivalent to about $25 USD. They're not cheap (remember, 'good' ingredients generally cost more), and for those outisde New Zealand, Australia and Dubai, they're currently only available online. However, the lipsticks are really good quality and I have nothing but respect for a brand that puts as much thought into the composition of its sustainable packaging as it does the ingredients of the product itself and the overall aesthetics of its brand. 

I love that these lipsticks nourish my lips while allowing me to be good to the Earth, all without requiring me to lower my expectations of the pigmentation, wear time, texture, etc. These proved to me that you can have it all.

Karen Murrell Natural Lipsticks, including those in the Summer Bouquet collection, are available from their website for $30 NZD.

Disclosure: These lipsticks were sent to me for consideration for a review. I am not affiliated with the company, nor am I getting paid for this post. The opinions expressed in this post are based solely on my own experiences with the products.


An Under-Eye Concealing Trio to Suit Varying Degrees of Exhaustion

Believe me when I say I know what I'm talking about when it comes to lack of sleep and general exhaustion. All those years of being a student and staying up late/until morning studying, being on rotations, etc. gave me plentiful opportunities to look at myself in the mirror and reassess why I always saw a zombie staring back at me. It encouraged me to explore different options for concealing my dark circles, and this trio consists of the best of the best.

Most days, i.e. status post a respectable amount of sleep, Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer does the job just fine. It's a thick texture that works best after it's warmed up with fingertips and patted on the under-eye area. It's incredibly hydrating and long-wearing, despite its healthy, dewy finish. Hint: I also love this one on blemishes.

If an hour or two of sleep somehow escaped you, or your under-eye area continues to look dull and drab, despite being doused with concealer, a thin layer of Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Concealer in Brightener dabbed on top can work wonders. It's a lightweight, pink-toned under-eye brightener that actually works. It instantly makes you look wide-awake and refreshed.

When all hope is lost and you're running on 3+ cups of coffee just to come close to seeming human, there's Armani Master Corrector in 1, a salmon-toned corrector that banishes under-eye darkness like nobody's business. You'll know when you need this bad boy, and in those cases, start by blending a bit of this into your under-eye area before reaching for concealer. If needed, finish it all off with the brightener, and no one will ever know you've been cheating on your bed with work/play/life.


The New Gloss/Color/Stain on the Block: Revlon ColorStay Moisture Stains

When I caught wind of Revlon's new ColorStay Moisture Stains, their take on the lipgloss/lipstick/lipstain hybrid, 'excited' couldn't even begin to describe how I felt. With a few exceptions, most notably their ColorStay Ultimate Suede lipsticks that were a complete bust, Revlon's lip products typically hit it out of the ballpark for me in terms of drugstore offerings. By the way, when approaching a display of these bad boys, prepare yourself to be enticed by pretty much every shade. You've been forewarned.
The four shades I have are Barcelona Nights, an ultra-bright strawberry pink; London Posh, a peach with an abundance of golden shimmer; Cannes Crush, an almost-neon coral; and Milan Moment, a persimmon orange. London Posh is the only one of the four I have with shimmer, it doesn't leave much of a stain at all, and it's paler and frostier on my lips than its tube would suggest - not my favorite

These contain wide and flat doe-foot applicators, similar to the ones seen with the YSL Glossy Stains. They apply and feel like a lip gloss, are basically opaque in one coat, and have a non-sticky, glossy finish. They're much easier to apply than stains with water-based/gel-like textures (no streakiness here), and the color fades evenly, unlike the first generation of drugstore lip stains.

My lips feel plush and hydrated so long as the shine is still around; once it wears off after about 3 hours to unveil the stain, my lips start to feel parched and slightly uncomfortable. Despite this shortcoming in the long-term moisturization department, I still really like these as they look really nice on the lips. I wore Barcelona Nights the other week and received countless compliments. Imagine how many pleasantly surprised looks I got when I told them it was Revlon ;)

L to R: Barcelona Nights, London Posh, Cannes Crush, Milan Moment
Stains starting to develop after about 2 minutes
Top to bottom: Barcelona Nights, London Posh, Cannes Crush, Milan Moment
If you're on the market for an affordable version of the ever-popular lipgloss/lipstick/lipstain hybrid, these are the best I've tried so far from the drugstore. Barcelona Nights and Cannes Crush are two shades I wouldn't miss out on if I were you!


Skincare I'm Currently Loving

I've been back in California for less than a week, but I've already started adjusting my skincare routine to suit the warm, much sunnier weather. These are four products I'm currently loving...

I love this sunscreen. It has a thin, runny, fluid consistency that blends into the skin with a soft matte, powder finish that feels nothing short of weightless. The tint is subtle and will suit many. I can use this alone as a light base or under my foundation, and it works well either way.

I recently started using this lightly tinted moisturizer again, and I love how dewy and glowy it makes my skin look. The tint is a bit dark on me and ever so slightly orange, but as long as I use it sparingly, a natural bronzed effect washes over my complexion that I can't get enough of.

In terms of my daytime moisturizer, I typically alternate between this one and Sibu Daytime Facial Cream, but lately, I've been preferring this one. It's unscented and has a light cream/thick lotion consistency, but it absorbs quickly and provides lasting hydration without any grease. It sits perfectly under makeup. I reckon this one would be fantastic on most skin types, including sensitive skin.

I mix three drops of this serum in with my moisturizer most mornings, and it helps to plump and perk up my complexion, with an added subtle glow. It's not greasy at all, provided you don't use too much. A little goes a long way. I notice my skin just looks and feels healthier when I use this.

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Bold, Matte Lip Love: Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet Lipsticks

As a belated blogiversary gift, my incredibly sweet cousin in the UK sent over a couple of the new Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet Lipsticks. I heart her so, so much.
The Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet Lipsticks are liquid lipsticks that boast a matte finish that feels light on the lips. They are akin to the Bite Beauty Cashmere Lip Creams, with their velvety texture and striking pigmentation.

04 Peach Club is a warm terracotta peach and 02 Frambourjoise is a bright raspberry. Both are absolutely gorgeous, and the shade range, in general, is chock-full of stunning options. The doe foot applicator allows enough control for quick and easy swipe-on-and-go application. I sometimes experience a bit of streakiness initially, but it's nothing a thin second coat can't fix.

The lasting power on these babies is phenomenal. With drinking and light snacking, they hardly budge at all, and although the color does fade a bit after a meal, the stain left behind ensures your lips never appear bare. 

Compared to the Bite Beauty Cashmere Lip Creams (I reviewed Sancerre here), the Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvets don't apply quite as perfectly, and my lips start to feel quite parched after several hours of wearing them (they're comfortable for the first 3 or so hours). However, these don't bleed at all, whereas I sometimes experience a tiny bit of bleeding around the edges with Sancerre. Overall lasting power of both formulas is similar, i.e. 6+ hours or until you eat a meal.

Peach Club (top) and Frambourjoise

I really love these. Bold, matte lips are so chic, and the Rouge Edition Velvets make it so easy without having to sacrifice too much on comfort. Hot Pepper and Ping Pong look particularly drool-worthy as well. 

For those in the US, you can find these on asos for $17, although it appears most shades are currently out of stock.


BH Cosmetics Creme Luxe Lipsticks

I enjoy cheap and cheerful beauty products just as much as the next person, which is why this was such a fun review for me. BH Cosmetics isn't a brand I'm very familiar with; I've heard a bit about them on YouTube and various blogs, but I'd never tried them out for myself. To initiate my foray into the brand, I started with two of their Creme Luxe Lipsticks.
BH Cosmetics Creme Luxe Lipsticks claim to provide "moisturizing vibrant color." They're available in three finishes including satin, shimmer and creamy.

Sweet Mango is an electric reddened orange with a creamy finish. I find the texture more balmy than creamy, and where there's even the mention of balm, you can count on the promise of hydration, and this one delivers. In one swipe, it runs on the sheerer side, but it can easily be built up. Its shiny finish keeps it looking fresh and perfect for summer. I absolutely love this one!

Charmed is a rich mauve with a satin finish. This one has opaque coverage, although I dislike that I can always feel it on my lips. It's a bit paint-like; it has incredible lasting power and continues to look as though it's been freshly applied hour after hour, but it feels a bit sticky and heavy on. The shade itself appears more purple on me than it does in the bullet.

L to R: Sweet Mango and Charmed
Wearing BH Cosmetics Creme Luxe Lipstick in Sweet Mango
Wearing BH Cosmetics Creme Luxe Lipstick in Charmed
The Creme Luxe Lipsticks originally run for $7.95 a pop, but they're currently on sale for $3.95. If that's not cheap and cheerful, I don't know what is. If Sweet Mango and Charmed are a fair representation of the rest of the lipstick line, I'd definitely say go for the creamy finish ones - moisturizing, comfortable to wear, and pigmentation that is easily adjustable. The satin finishes would make great going-out lipstick options if you are willing to sacrifice some comfort for not needing to touch-up your lip color.

BH Cosmetics Creme Luxe Lipstikcs are available from their website for $3.95.

Disclosure: These lipsticks were sent to me for consideration for a review. I am not affiliated with the company, nor am I getting paid for this post. The opinions expressed in this post are honest and based solely on my own experiences with the products.


The Answer to My Eyebrow Prayers: Shu Uemura Hard Formula Brow Pencil in Stone Gray

Although I've come to accept that my brows will always be sparse and wonky, a part of me will forever be wishing they were naturally full and bushy. Luckily, I've found something that helps me achieve that look by beefing them up in the most natural way possible. Since my brows have garnered quite a bit of positive attention and questions lately, I thought it was only appropriate that I dedicate a post to the one product responsible for all the praise --- Shu Uemura Hard Formula Brow Pencil in Stone Gray.
If you recall, I used to use Shiseido Natural Eyebrow Pencil in Natural Black. I even declared it 'the perfect brow pencil for black hair' at the time. (You can read that review here.) While that pencil was a vast improvement from the brow powder I was using prior to that that was far too red and too brown to match my hair, in retrospect, the Shiseido pencil was a bit too grey on me. It's still a fantastic option for black-haired gals, but it's probably more ideal for those with thicker brows that just need a little bit of filling in, so that you still see more of your natural brow color than the pencil. On my sparse brows, it was all grey pencil coming through.

Then, I moved on to the Shu Uemura Hard Formula Brow Pencil I'm using now. I have it in the shade Stone Gray. It's still quite grey, but slightly more brown than Shiseido's. The color is infinitely more natural on me, I think. I also prefer the formula itself over Shiseido's. It's one of those things where I didn't even realize Shiseido's pencil could be any more perfect until I started using Shu's. The Shu pencil is significantly less waxy, so it holds up much better on my combination skin and has a more matte finish. The formula is 'hard,' as you may be able to tell from the swatch below, and it takes some getting used to. It doesn't glide on (which can often make it a bit too easy to make brows look drawn on), but you're not forced to exert so much pressure to get it to show up either. As a result of the harder texture, it doesn't need to be sharpened very often, meaning one pencil (that's already freakishly long to begin with) will last a very long time.

Here's the Shu Uemura Hard Formula Brow Pencil in Stone Grey in action:
Still not sure which grey pencil is ideal for your black hair? I'd say if you have thicker brows and skin that isn't too oily, Shiseido's offering is a great one. Plus, it has a brush on one end. If, on the other hand, you have sparse brows like mine, or you have combination to oily skin and want a pencil that will last all day, go with the Shu Uemura one. Due to my circumstances, I prefer Shu's by far, and I feel it's probably the better pencil overall too.

Shu Uemura Hard Formula Brow Pencil in Stone Gray is available from their website for $23.


Giorgio Armani Cheek Fabric Blush in 502

I still recall the day I found out I was accepted into my top choice for graduate school - I congratulated myself with Dior Healthy Glow Summer Powder in Aurora and MAC Impassioned lipstick, both of which I still love and cherish. So, it should come as no surprise that when I finished up my rotations recently, to celebrate, I treated myself to a new and shiny luxury beauty product: Armani Cheek Fabric Blush in 502, to be exact. (Side note: What's up with products having only number identifications and not names?) 
Lipstick Boulevards and Tracy both convinced me I needed to give Armani's new powder blush range a second look. It's my first blush from the brand, but from what I gather, there seemed to be a bit of commotion surrounding the decreased size compared to their former powder blushes. Not sure about the old ones, but the new ones contain 0.14 oz of product, which is about average for a powder blush, so I'm not too bothered.

502 (no name, grrrrr) is a pale peachy pink. I know, I know. I dislike the overused 'peachy pink' descriptor just as much as the next person, but sometimes it really is the most appropriate phrase. It's slightly shimmery in the pan, but interestingly, the shimmer hardly shows up on my skin at all. The finish is more satin on me than anything.

The texture of the Cheek Fabric Blush is gorgeous --- smooth and non-chalky. It has medium pigmentation that allows for even careless blush application to yield perfect results. The color is easily buildable and impossible to mess up. My kind of blush.

502 is a shade that is ideal for fair to lighter skin tones. I'm about an NC20 at the moment, and it shows up beautifully on me, but I don't think 502 would make much of a difference on skin tones much darker than NC25. However, it's not unlikely that another one of Armani's stunning Cheek Fabric Blush shades will catch your eye instead.... 

I often feel a bit guilty splurging on luxury beauty products for no reason, which is why I love when occasions like this roll around so I can justify the purchase to myself! ;-) I'll just go ahead an add this blush to my list of beauty products in my collection with sentimental value. 

Giorgio Armani Cheek Fabric Blush is available from Nordstrom for $46.


Burt's Bees Perfects 'On-the-go' Lips

You know those days when your lips are parched and chapped and you're rummaging around your bag for something (anything!) to soothe them, but all you can find is that matte red lipstick you wore the night before that makes your lips feel as dry as the Sahara desert (albeit a fierce desert)? Luckily, Burt's Bees lip color collection is comprised of four handbag-friendly products that work overtime --- moisture for when your lips are suffering and color for when you want a bit of beautification, all in formulas that can be applied on-the-go without a mirror. Easy, comfortable and pretty? That's what I'm talkin' about.
Lip Shine in Pucker ($7) is a hydrating, sheer berry gloss with wet-shine that can be adjusted depending on the amount applied. It creates a fresh, juicy pout without the tackiness. My favorite part? It smells deliciously of peaches (although I think it's probably the apricot wax). I adore shades like Pucker in the summer for an easy wash of glossy color. Key ingredients: apricot wax and sunflower seed oil

Lip Shimmer in Peony ($5) is a shimmery, ever so slightly frosty tawny pink balm scented with invigorating peppermint oil. It's a great MLBB shade, and the bit of sparkle keeps it from looking flat. I enjoy the slight tingle upon application, and despite its name, I don't find it too shimmery for daytime. Key ingredients: vitamin E, beeswax, sunflower seed and coconut oils

Lip Gloss in Spring Splendor ($9) is a vanilla-scented rose gloss with a touch of shimmer and sheer pigmentation. It's non-sticky and moisturizing, but it doesn't last incredibly long on my lips. I also find it takes quite a few dips of the doe-foot applicator into the tube in order to pick up enough product to coat my lips. Key ingredients: beeswax and sunflower seed oil

Tinted Lip Balm in Sweet Violet ($7) is a nourishing plum-tinted balm. Oftentimes, when I've let my lips reach a state of extreme dryness, they tend to lose their color as well. The touch of pinky-plum pigment Sweet Violet provides perks up my lips instantaneously, while the shea butter nurses them back to a state of comfortable hydration. Key ingredients: shea butter, beeswax, coconut and sunflower seed oil

Top to bottom: Pucker, Peony, Spring Splendor, Sweet Violet

L to R: Pucker, Peony, Spring Splendor, Sweet Violet

Three common features of Burt's Bees lip color products are that they are 100% natural, ultra-moisturizing and have easy-to-wear sheer to light pigmentation that is impossible to mess up and ideal for applying on-the-go. Because of this, they make the perfect multi-tasking lip products. 

:: For example, Pucker on top of a bright pink or red lipstick livens up the color just a smidge while also providing an always welcomed dose of hydration. Adding a little gives a natural sheen, while applying a bit more can transition a matte lip into a glossy one. Who doesn't love versatility?

:: I love mixing Peony with nude lipsticks when I feel like there's something missing. The bit of shimmer seems to do the trick. Alternatively, I'm also quite fond of wearing it alone with a touch of a natural-toned lip liner around the edge, as I find the liner crisps up the overall look just enough, transitioning Peony from a tinted lip balm of sorts to more of a sheer lipstick.

:: Spring Splendor is lovely on its own, but I also love it paired with virtually any pink lipstick. It's the quintessential spring pink shade that would flatter just about anyone.

:: Lastly, Sweet Violet is a favorite of mine to use for prepping my lips for lipsitick application. It's moisturizing but not too slippy, so it doesn't compromise the lasting ability of whatever lipstick I choose to layer on top of it. The sheer color seems to complement everything (note: the lip swatch shows the color built up). Sweet Violet is my favorite of the bunch!

Not sure which shades best suit you? Try Burt's Bees Lip Shade Finder. It's a brilliant little tool that takes into account your eye color, hair color, whether you look better in gold or silver, as well as if you're 'up for an adventure' or if you already have a go-to shade you gravitate towards. I did it and got four completely new shades that I'm interested in trying now!
Burt's Bees Lip Shine, Lip Shimmer, Lip Gloss and Tinted Lip Balm are available on their website.

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Burt's Bees through their partnership with POPSUGAR. While I was compensated by POPSUGAR to write a post about Burt's Bees, all opinions are my own.


The Ones That Made the Cut

Another week, another travel makeup bag to pack. Here's what made the cut this time:

: BECCA Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector 
: Chantecaille Just Skin Tinted Moisturizer in Bliss 
: Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum Foundation in 52
: Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer in Light/Medium
: Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser in Brightener 
: MUFE Pro Finish Foundation Powder

: Urban Decay Primer Potion
: NARS And God Created the Woman Palette
: Burberry Eyeshadow in Pale Barley
: L'Oreal Infallible Eye Shadow in Amber Rush
: NYX Infinite Shadow Stick in Rose Gold 
: L'Oreal Lacquer Liner in Bronze
: Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Volumizing Mascara
: Shu Uemura Hard Formula Brow Pencil in Stone Grey 

: MUFE HD Blush in 335
: Armani Cheek Fabric in 502 
: Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing Powder in 04 Sun Blondes 
: theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer 

: Urban Decay 24/7 Lip Pencil in Naked 2
: Maybelline Color Elixir in Radiant Raspberry
: Lancome Lip Lovers in 314 and 332 
: Hourglass Femme Rouge Velvet Creme Lipstick in Grace (not pictured)
: Maybelline Color Whisper in Peach Punch (not pictured)

I'm only gone for a week, so I probably overpacked, as per usual, but what can you do.  I still pride myself on the fact that I only brought one bronzer, one highlighter and two blushes. And, I left all of my bigger eye palettes at home. *pats self on back* 

Now that I'm looking at it, it seems like there's a neutral pink theme running about, no? I must have been feeling inspired by the fresh spring blooms :)
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