Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Purple Rain

A couple of weeks ago I did a sixties inspired liner look but I wasn't crazy about how the liner turned out so I did what I always do when I want to salvage my makeup- added glitter!

I bought this Pixi Beauty Glitter-y Eye Quad a while ago and haven't played with it much so I tried out the purple glitter shade in a winged shape over my existing liner and I really loved the finished look. The glitters are a cream formula which makes them so easy to work with. I used a flat brush to apply it in a winged out graphic shape and barely had to tidy it up at all as the glitter adheres to your lids straight away. I have the BluePearl quad too, which you may have seen me use here and here. These quads are great for anyone who wants to try out glitter but doesn't want to faff around with loose glitter pigments, glitter glue and fallout. With these products you get a lot of impact with very little skill or effort.

I'm still testing out the new No7 Foundation since my last post and so far I'm really loving it, I might do a full post on it and compare it to the IT Cosmetics CC Cream which I find is quite similar.

The two lip glosses I used are both inexpensive and beautiful on. I lined my lips first with my trusty No7 Precision Lips Pencil that I've used for years and although it's not pictured, I actually very slightly lined the very outside of my lips with the Anastasia Brow Wiz in Medium Brown as I was going for the 60s Sharon Tate look and apparently that's a trick she used on her lips. I applied the e.l.f. Lip Plumping Gloss all over in a light layer and then the Catrice one on top in the centre of my lips as it's lighter and more pink toned. I'll try the sixties look again as people seemed to really love it when I tried it first and posted it on Instagram


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No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced All in One Foundation (Porcelain)
*Urban Decay Stay Naked Concealer (10NN)
*bareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer (Fair)
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Matte Skinstick (Amber)
Soapbrows Kit
Glossier Brow Flick (Brown)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging 
Sephora Mixology Palette (Sweet & Warm)
Tarte Tarteist Double Take Eyeliner
Pixi Beauty Glitter-y Eye Quad (RoseBronze)
Hourglass Caution Mascara
**Glossier Cloud Paint (Dusk and Beam)
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter (1 Fair)
*Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate (Platinum Rose)
No7 Precision Lips Pencil (Nude)
e.l.f. Lip Plumping Gloss (Mocha Twist)
Catrice Volumizing Lip Booster

*Press Sample
**I bought Dusk, Beam is a press sample

Are you a glitter fan?

Emma x



Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Total Eclipse of the Rose

I'm currently sitting in our apartment in a very rainy South of France and since there's not much to do except swim in the rain which I've already done, I thought I'd finish this blog post. I haven't been wearing much makeup at all on holiday, as much as I love makeup, going to the beach barefaced is the only option as far as I'm concerned. But I took photos of this look from last weekend and I wanted to share them. 

I posted a look similar to this a couple of months ago on my Instagram and I really liked how it turned out so I wanted to recreate it for the blog. I liked the combination of different shades of pink in different finishes. I started with the rosy matte shade Backtalk from the Urban Decay palette of the same name that I've mentioned here several times before, then added the Bodyography glitter pigment in the shade Eclipse on top which is more of a cool toned pink that adds dimension and an almost wet-look. I applied the Hourglass Caution Mascara because it gives quite a bit of volume which I think is needed with a look like this. 

For my base I've been trying out the latest foundation offering from No7 that I bought when it came out recently. Anyone who has been following me for a while knows I love No7 foundations and I was extra excited to see that this new one not only has Protect and Perfect Serum skincare technology to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles but it also has a broad spectrum SPF 50 in it which protects against UVA and UVB rays. I've only tried it a few times so far but it does remind me of the IT Cosmetics CC Cream in the texture, finish and the fact that it has SPF 50 and skincare ingredients. It's definitely one to look into if you want more from your foundation than just coverage. 

I've been mixing the Urban Decay Stay Naked Concealer and the bareMinerals Complete Coverage Serum Concealer and I love the combination of the two which gives me coverage, lasting power and a brightening effect.  

I've also been loving using my Soapbrows kit and Brow Flick for my eyebrows. I love the feathery look I get from using the soap and how well it holds my brows in place. I've seen some flack online from people saying its ridiculous to spend money on Soapbrows when you can buy clear soap for much cheaper, pop it into a container and just use water or whatever fixing spray you have and a spoolie. That's very true of course and it's been a makeup artist technique for years that I only discovered within the past year. However I really like the way Soapbrows comes with everything you need and it's all done for you, if you want to go and buy a clear soap from Boots, that's completely up to you. Most of the beauty industry is spending your money on things that are overpriced and do the same thing as less expensive products but it's up to the individual how they choose to spend their money and it's not up to me or anyone else to judge another person for what they buy. 

I finished the look with the gorgeous Skyscraper Rose from Lisa Eldridge, you could of course wear a more neutral lip colour with this eye, or even red would look great with it but I loved all the contrasting shades of pink. 

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No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced All in One Foundation (Porcelain)
*Urban Decay Stay Naked Concealer (10NN)
*bareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer (Fair)
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curler
Soapbrows Kit
Glossier Brow Flick
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging
*Urban Decay Backtalk Palette (Backtalk)
Bodyography Glitter Pigment (Eclipse)
Hourglass Caution Mascara
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Matte Skinstick (Amber)
**Glossier Cloud Paint Cream Blush (Dusk and Haze)
Glossier Haloscope Face Highlighter (Moonstone)
*L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Magic Loose Powder
Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray
Lisa Eldridge Insanely Saturated Lip Colour Skyscraper Rose 

*Press Sample
** I bought Dusk, Haze is a press sample

Would you try this tonal pink look? Have you tried any of these products?

Emma x




Monday, September 2, 2019

Mixology

A couple of weeks ago I was in Berlin for my birthday and of course I made it my business to visit the Sephora in Alexanderplatz. I bought a few things that aren't available here in Ireland, a couple of the Sephora Collection Retractable Waterproof Eyeliners, a Tarte Cosmetics eye set with a mini Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara and Double Take Eyeliner, Lanolips Lip Water and a Sephora Collection Colorful Metal Effect Eyeshadow in the shade Pinkalicious. When I was paying the sales assistant put a Sephora palette in my bag and said it was a free gift. I have no idea why, but after using it a few times now I'm delighted with it. 

It's the Sephora Mixology palette which comes in two colourways- Sweet & Warm (which is what I was given) and Hot & Spicy. It was apparently released a couple of years ago and contains 18 shades of 6 colour combinations, 9 are matte and 9 are shimmer so an overall great mix of shades and finishes. Honestly I wasn't expecting much from this palette, despite being a big fan of the Sephora Collection products. I guess because it was a free gift I figured it must not be great. Then I tried it and I had to eat my words. It's not life changing and the colours are fairly neutral and basic but the eyeshadows are easy to blend and pigmented and I love how the palette is laid out so you know which colours work well together. I've actually worn the bottom left trio several times now as well as some of the other shades and it's gotten me back into wearing more than one eyeshadow at a time which has been fun! The double ended brush it comes with is surprisingly good too. I've been loving wearing cool tones recently and especially sixties inspired looks so I hope you like the look below which I've been wearing a lot over the past couple of weeks. 

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Glossier Invisible Shield Daily Sunscreen SPF 30
No7 HydraLuminous Moisturising Foundation (Porcelain)
*bareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer (Fair)
Soapbrows Kit
Glossier Brow Flick (Brown)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging
Sephora Mixology Palette (Sweet &Warm)
Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curler
Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Matte Skinstick (Amber)
**Glossier Cloud Paint Cream Blush (Dusk and Beam)
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter (1 Fair)
Glossier Haloscope Face Highlighter (Moonstone)
*L'Oréal Paris Infallible Magic Loose Powder
Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat (Pillow Talk)
Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick (Pillow Talk)

*Press Sample
**I bought Dusk, Beam was a press sample

I recently repurchased the No7 HydraLuminous Foundation which is probably the first foundation I've used up and repurchased in a long time. I used it with this look because I wanted my skin to be luminous rather than matte so I didn't look too overdone. I paired the cool eyes with warm blush and pink/nude lips in the form of Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk which is still one of my favourite neutral lipsticks.

What do you think of cool tones? Has anyone tried this palette?


Emma x


Sunday, August 25, 2019

Low Key

A few weeks ago I went to the launch of the new Urban Decay Stay Naked Foundation and got shade matched to shade 10NN in both the foundation and concealer. When I first saw this product was launching I was immediately interested after reading that it was a breathable, longwear foundation with medium, buildable coverage and a real-skin matte finish. It's also vegan, cruelty-free, comes in 50 shades with various master and undertones and is supposed to last for 24hrs (although I wouldn't be testing out that claim). I also loved the campaign images featuring a variety of different people including Lizzo and Ezra Miller. It's good to see the beauty industry slowly moving in the right direction trying to be more inclusive. 

I've been trying the products out over the past couple of weeks and have a few initial thoughts, however I do want to try it some more before I write a proper review. The shade is a perfect match for me, the concealer is actually a little lighter than the foundation which is great for anyone who wants that brightening effect, I tend to prefer a concealer to be the same shade as my foundation but I actually think it looks quite nice in the photos below. I definitely think these products are more for combination/oily skin. I don't know how they'd fare on people with dry skin so I'd definitely recommend trying to get a sample if you have dry skin and you're interested in trying it. I find I don't need to powder, I just set it with All-Nighter setting spray. This is my first time trying an Urban Decay foundation and so far I'm very impressed. I'll write a more in depth review with before and after photos and comparison swatches with other foundations for anyone that is interested as I know shade matching yourself can be difficult sometimes. 

I decided to do a bit of an Urban Decay face so I used the Backtalk palette (one of my favourite UD palettes) on my eyes. I actually used a couple of the blush shades and the highlighter to create a warm, winged out look. I then added the Bodyography Stellar pigment in the centre of my eyelids for some added dimension. I kept things tonal with some warm cheeks using my favourite combination of Glossier Puff and Dusk Cloud Paints and then the new Urban Decay Lip Chemistry in the shade Low Key. They are high gloss lip tints that adjust to the pH of your skin and give your lips a custom shade that's unique to you. When I first saw the shade I thought it would be far too light on me, but they really do adjust to your skin tone as you can see below, it turned into a warm rosy shade that toned in so well with the shades I used on my eyes. If you've read my blog before you'll know I'm a big gloss fan and I really love the texture and finish of this. I was surprised by how much I liked this compared to my first impressions of it. I'd be interested to see what the darker shades are like on. 


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Glossier Invisible Shield Daily Sunscreen SPF 30
Pixi Beauty Glow Mist
*Urban Decay Stay Naked Foundation (10NN)
*Urban Decay Stay Naked Concealer (10NN)
Glossier Brow Flick (Brown)
Glossier Boy Brow (Brown) ( Save €5 with the Boy Brow and Brow Flick Duo)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curler
*Urban Decay Backtalk Palette (Double Take, Low Key and Party Foul)
Bodyography Glitter Pigment (Stellar)
Hourglass Caution Mascara
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Matte Skinstick (Amber)
Glossier Cloud Paint Cream Blush (Dusk and Puff)
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter (01)
*Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate (Platinum Rose)
*Urban Decay Stay Naked Vice Lip Chemistry (Low Key)
Urban Decay All-Nighter Setting Spray

*Press Sample

There have been a lot of foundation and lip product launches recently and honestly, it can feel a bit overwhelming to be constantly bombarded with new products. I was very close to ordering the new Charlotte Tilbury foundation when it launched this week (without even getting shade matched) but I quickly copped on to myself and thought I don't need another foundation at the moment and I don't even like full coverage, so I'm better off getting a sample when it launches in store. The hype almost got me. I'm trying to use what I have and really enjoy playing with makeup, like using the blushes from the Backtalk palette as eyeshadows. I don't really wear powder blush anymore so I'm happy I found a use for the blush shades that haven't gotten much use thus far. It's hard when you want to try the latest releases but that's why I'm making a conscious effort to try use what I have which is why getting back into blogging and being more creative with makeup has been so good for me (and my bank account).

Let me know what you think, have you bought any of the latest launches what have been your favourite recent purchases?


Emma x



Saturday, August 17, 2019

I Can See Your Halo

A couple of weeks ago I saw this look by makeup artist Isabel Y Rosado and straight away saved it knowing I wanted to try recreate it. I loved the simplicity, yet it's still quite a statement. I also love the combination of a pale silver shimmer with a peachy nude lip colour, there's something a little bit retro about it to me. 

After applying the Clarins Skin Illusion foundation, I used the bronzer end of the Clarins Duo Stick to give a bit more of a Summer glow. The main component of this look is the Bodyography Glitter Pigment in the shade Halo. I find these pigments work best applied with your fingers as it gives the most colour impact. Sometimes I use a more dense synthetic brush just to blend the edges a little. I then applied lots of the Hourglass Caution mascara which is my new favourite mascara, however I don't know that I'd repurchase it for €30, I've tried mascaras that are just as good for half that price. 

I used my new favourite brow technique which is taking either Glossier Boy Brow or Soapbrows and brushing up my brows and then adding in some extra faux hairs with Glossier Brow Flick only where needed. That way they look natural and full but not too done which is my preferred brow look. 

I wanted my cheeks and lips to match as much as possible so I mixed a little of Puff Cloud Paint in with Dusk just to keep the shade neutral with a hint of pink. I did the same kind of thing on my lips mixing Bite Beauty Meringue in with Charlotte Tilbury Bitch Perfect, I didn't want the colour to be too opaque so I applied a little of each over well moisturised lips and patted it in. 

I wanted the highlighter to mirror the rest of the look so I used Moonstone Haloscope which is a more cool toned shade and then a little Platinum Rose Niteshine over the top just to get that hint of warmth in there too. 

I really love how this whole look turned out, I definitely could have done more of the pigment on my lids but this is a more pared back version of Isabels look which also had a bit of a gloss finish on the lips too. I think this eye look would look amazing with liner and with a darker lip colour too. I'm looking forward to playing around with it some more. 


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*Press Sample

What do you think? Do you like cool toned eye looks?

Emma x


Monday, August 5, 2019

YSL Vernis À Lèvres Water Stains

A few weeks ago I was sent some of the new YSL Vernis À Lèvres Water Stains. I was very intrigued when I read the press release which describes them as "a long lasting lip colour like no other. Glossy but not sticky. Long-lasting but comfortable. Intense colour but light as air." There are 14 shades with water inspired names ranging from nude to coral, red, pink and berry. I was sent 602 Vague De Rouge, 617 Dive in the Nude and 618 Wet Vermilion. 

YSL Beauté wanted to create a lip stain that had an intense gloss and colour pay-off but that didn't feel heavy or sticky. The question is have they succeeded? I honestly didn't think I'd like these that much when I fist saw them. I figured it would be another sticky, messy gloss that fades and bleeds everywhere. How wrong I was.

Firstly, they smell amazing as do all YSL lip products, not for everyone but I love it! The clever wave shaped applicator has a little well of product when you take it out that's just enough for one layer. You could definitely leave it there and you'd have a subtle stain and a shiny finish. However as you can see from the photos below, you can build it up another layer or two and achieve intense colour and a super glossy finish. 

If you've been following me for a while you'll know I'm a big fan of glossy lips. I'm not totally over mattes and I definitely think they look great especially with brighter shades, but I love how fresh and flattering a glossy finish is on my lips. The only negative for me is how your hair gets stuck in a gloss when it's windy out. I've been wearing a lot of glosses recently because it's been quite warm in Dublin so I've been wearing my hair up.

Something else that surprised me about the Water Stains is how long lasting they are compared to most other glossy finish products. When I first tried them I expected them to bleed and wear off after a couple of hours and not last through a meal. Somehow, they don't do any of these things. I've been wearing them all day in work (2-3 layers) and only topping up once or twice. They don't feather outside my lips and for a gloss, they last surprisingly well throughout a meal. 

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I'm completely taken with these, so much more than I thought I would be. I want to have a look at the other shades in store and possibly get another one (I have my eye on 613 Cascade Bordeaux) or in a pink or a paler nude. I like how versatile they are, one layer gives a light stain and a couple more layers gives such incredible impact.

Day to day in work I like to wear a bright lip colour because the rest of my makeup is usually very basic, I've found it hard to get such a bright shade with a high shine finish that's fuss free and long lasting, but in the Vernis À Lèvres Water Stains, I've found that product. The only similar product I've tried is the Vinyl Cream Liquid Lipstick but I think these are easier to wear and more lightweight.

Available to buy now from Brown Thomas, Arnotts or any YSL Beauty counter priced €34.

What do you think? Do you like a glossy finish?

Emma x

*Press Samples


Sunday, July 21, 2019

Still Shot

I've worn this look a few times since getting the Urban Decay Born to Run palette (from the lovely Sharon Leavy who kindly sent it to me). I was immediately excited to wear this shade when I first got the palette, it's a coral/orange that's such a great shade to bring out green or blue eyes. Always a fan of a single eyeshadow look I applied just this shade on my lids and under my eyes, blended it out and added a touch of the shade Stranded (a warm gold) on the inner corner. A small wing with some gel liner and lots of mascara and I was done with the eyes. 

A couple of months ago I bought the SkinCeuticals Mineral Radiance UV Defense SPF 50. I had spent a while researching facial SPFs looking for a good one. Especially for during the Summer months as I ended up getting some pigmentation last year when I was on holiday and I really wanted to prevent any further damage. I try and avoid being in the sun for a prolonged time (especially now that I regularly use acids in my skincare routine) but when I am in the sun I want to make sure I'm using really good quality sun protection on my face. The SkinCeuticals one came quite highly recommended. It wasn't easy to find, there didn't seem to be many stockists in Dublin but I ended up finding it in the South William Spa on South William Street. It was €41, so not cheap, but you get 50ml of product and I tend to save it for days when I'm going to be outside for a while. There's not much point in me wearing it if I'm going to be in work all day.  It's a lightweight formula that blends in easily and I actually really like that it's tinted. It's enough coverage for me if I'm having a good skin day, I can just add concealer and I'm good to go. 

The only thing to consider is that the tint could be too dark if you're skin is any lighter than mine. Other than that I really like how it looks and feels on my skin, I've worn it alone and with foundation over it and it works great either way. As it's mineral sun protection it's less likely to make you break out and the tint means you don't get that white cast on your skin that you can quite often get from physical sunscreens. 

I used the Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Foundation Stick on a few areas where I wanted some extra coverage. I've had this for a while now and I prefer it to the liquid version of Teint Idole. I love how easy it is to use, it's not what I had imagined from a stick foundation which I always assumed would be thick and dry. It almost heats up on contact with your skin so it glides on and blends out easily with your fingers or a brush which I prefer. I almost use it as a concealer because it's got great coverage. If you prep your skin right, it can be blended out to a more sheer finish or built up if you want more coverage. I used the Pixi Glow Mist before I applied the foundation (which I've been doing a lot lately) and it really helped to prime my skin and could be good if you have more dry skin and want to use this foundation. However it's an ideal foundation for oily/combination skin types as it's oil-free and long wearing. 

I used Glossier Cloud Paint in Beam on my cheeks as it's almost exactly the same shade as the eyeshadow and finished the look with the Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb in the shade Fu$$y. The weather has been quite warm here so I've been making sure to powder my t-zone but then I use Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray to both set everything and make it more long lasting in the hot weather and it also takes away that powdery look. It just means you get extra longevity but you don't have to compromise on your skin looking glowy. All Nighter could also be great if you have more dry skin and don't like using powder but still want a way of setting your makeup. It's honestly a makeup wearers best friend in the Summer!

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Pixi Beauty Glow Mist
SkinCeuticals Mineral Radiance UV Defence SPF 50 (Universal Tint)
*Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Foundation Stick (010 Beige Porcelaine)
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curler
Glossier Brow Flick
Glossier Boy Brow (Get the Brow Duo here)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging
Urban Decay Born to Run palette (Still Shot and Stranded)
Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner
L'Oréal Paris Paradise Extatic Waterproof Mascara
bareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer (Fair)
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Matte Skinstick (Amber)
*Glossier Cloud Paint Cream Blush (Beam)
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter (1 Fair)
*Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate (Platinum Rose)
Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer (Fu$$y)
*L'Oréal Infaillible Magic Loose Powder

*Press Samples


Have you tried any of these products? Would you wear this look?

Emma x

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Lisa Eldridge Summer Pinks Lipstick Collection

I'm going to start off by warning that this post has a lot of photos, but I don't think anyone could blame me since these are some of the most beautiful lipsticks ever created! 

For the past few months now Lisa Eldridge has been hinting at her new lipstick collection. She had posted a few photos on her Instagram, including some of the gorgeous Eva Green wearing a beautiful fuchsia pink that had me eagerly awaiting the release of the new shades. 

Last week they went on sale and I bought three of the four shades in the collection, Skyscraper Rose, Rainbow Spill and Go Lightly. This post isn't so much a review (because the collection is now sold out and I don't think anyone needs a review to know how gorgeous these lipsticks are), it's more an appreciation for such a beautiful collection that has clearly been such a passion project and  incredibly well thought out with such gorgeous shades and textures. 

Lisa has said that she has completely funded the lipstick production herself which is why the batches are limited but her Reds collection will be coming back into stock at the end of this month. You can see my post on Velvet Ribbon here

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Pixi Beauty Glow Mist
SkinCeuticals Mineral Radiance UV Defence SPF 50 (Universal Tint)
*bareMinerals BAREPRO Performance Wear Liquid Foundation SPF 20 (Fair)
bareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer (Fair)
Glossier Brow Flick (Brown)
Glossier Boy Brow (Brown) Get the Brow Duo here
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curler
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging
Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner
Hourglass Caution Extreme Lash Mascara
Fenty Beauty Match Stix Matte Skinstick (Amber)
Glossier Cloud Paint Cream Blush (*Beam and Haze)
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter (1 Fair)
*Glossier Play Niteshine Highlighter Concentrate (Platinum Rose)
*L'Oréal Paris Infallible Magic Loose Powder
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder Travel Size (Dim Light)
Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray

*Press Sample

Did anyone else manage to get any of the lipsticks? Is anyone going to be ordering one of the reds?

Emma x


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