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Pineapples have enzymes in it which break down the living tissue on your tongue when you eat them, I can't imagine that being long term a good thing for your skin... I will have to ask skin care guru twitter. 

What I've found is that, most skin care products aren't actually skin care- you have to research carefully- and I mean *carefully* these products and their ingredients, etc. Companies really get away with fooling you, they will seem like good ingredients, but if you look closely- the average consumer may not be able to distinguish the difference between certain ingredient names which are very similar- but have drastic differences in the effects. 

If you can afford it, I highly recommend just seeing a professional and using prescription strength products they offer you- they give you a custom treatment plan as well tailored to your skins needs. 

@14:05 

The new Patrick Ta highlighter was kind of intriguing to me but unfortunately it has alcohol in it. Do not put alcohol on your skin, it ages it significantly. And god knows I don't need anymore of that... :'( 

@17:20 

I'm just not feeling any of the drag queen releases. I love drag don't get me wrong, I love my queens. I don't have a problem with them capitalizing either. But, the palettes themselves just don't entice me... they're ugly. It's a trend right now, they either have a collab with a brand, or their own brand. But none of them have any taste. There, I said it. I'm sure the products are good, but, if the product doesn't excite me, I'm not going to spend my money on it. It's just kind of ugly... 

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The mascara is good but ohmygod the tube.... when he pulled it out my first thought was. "She THICC" lmao like why lmaooo

@22:12 

So... a lot of brands are capitalizing on PRIDE month. Which is honestly stupid if the products don't donate proceeds to LGBT organizations. Tarte came out with a rainbow palette (that is lame) for pride month and I was almost mad at it until I found out they were donating proceeds to the Trevor project. But yeah if they're not... advocating for anything then honestly.... 

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underwhelming. To say the least.

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Lastly, I wanted to comment on the Stila Lip and Jouer blush. 

 

The lips remind me of circa 2001 Claire's lip gloss that came out just after the hit song ice ice baby rose to the top of the charts. I don't want it. 

(however, the eye glitters from stila are unprecedented, and beat the urban decay topper he put on in this video and every other eye glitter in existence so.... don't buy the urban decay shit. buy stila glitters. not the stila shimmers- those are more muted. specifically their glitters.) 

 

The blush. THE BLUSH. Was bothering me *so fucking bad* the entire video. 

-when he moves and shows his profile, the blush disappears 

-but facing head on, he looks like he was just hit by an air bag or burnt with an actual skillet on his face 

-I think it's meant for people that have a tan 

-why didn't Jouer release three versions of this product to cover the range of skin tones that exist on this planet thank you 

-but I still really love jouer products they're really pretty and I'm probably going to buy it because I literally can't say no to a single jouer product and also I have medium tan skin so this is going to look stunning on my skin tone 

-but on Jeffree it looks pretty terrible and I'm skeptical about the strange shifting I'm seeing going on (maybe it was just the studio lights) and I would really like to test this product myself to see how it looks and if it emphasizes texture more importantly 

-because it's impossible to tell if something emphasizes texture or pores on Jeffree because he has none of those things 

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I hope Jeffery dies. 

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Alice is clearly jealous of Jeffree's happiness wealth success mansion and hot as fuck boyfriend

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No, I think he's a materialistic egotist who loves drama. 

I'm not all that aware of what he has in terms of assets, I just know him from youtube videos Peach has forced me to watch and he always comes off as fake. It may be unfair to single him out though, because that just seems to be the majority of the "beauty community" on youtube. So, I'll rephrase....

I hope they all die. 

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I think Alice secretly wants a boyfriend;)

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oh User22212.......................;);)

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So, I’m starting to notice that skin care side of YouTube and twitter- is extremely uneducated. 

The fact that professionals are unwilling to share their secrets and leaving the public uneducated is negligence within the realm of health care. 

I think health care and beauty professionals alike should adopt a personal responsibility and a passion for advocating for the freedom of access to information regarding a patients health or physiology, before they undergo any sort of cosmetic procedure. 

I’ve noticed its resulting in a widespread question mark, where no one really knows what they’re talking about, what products to buy, what works- what doesn’t. A lot of contradictory information. A lot of hear say and rumors- and then, that leaves people with clout, marketing skills, connections, and money- (and perhaps not so good intentions) with the power, to be in the position to fool, sway, people toward making decisions or spending their money in a way they may regret- and may even cause long term dermatological damage. 

AKA- IT’S A SCAM. 

 

For people’s health and safety there should be an arsenal of information accessible to all, in one place, where people can accurately inquire about procedures, and ingredients. By law. 

 

People go into getting procedures without knowing all the risks, and somehow this is legal as long as they sign a document that 1. They will not read all of and 2. They don’t understand. 

 

For example, a clinical trial that went horribly wrong in search of the cure for luekemia, (a noble cause), had 8 volunteers sign a document which included warnings of life threatening medical risks that they had no idea, in medical terminology what these terms even meant, much less all that it would imply for their physiology.

 

It should be totally illegal that a doctor allowed 8 patients to express understanding of a document that he knew, they likely did not understand- and didn’t even know, that they didn’t understand. Expressed consent is a huge deal in the medical community. 

 

So why isn’t it, in the office of a licensed esthetician? 

 

Why do we continue to venture into the unknown with skin care and cosmetic procedures, trusting strangers with their advice. 

 

Why don’t we demand a right to *all* the information?  

 

Why do we continue to let it go on- the scamming, the lies, the deceit. 

 

The pedaling of products that don’t even work. 

 

It’s really time for all of that change. 

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Very pretty look, I like the tones of this whole vibe. Very warm 

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