This is a personal blog composed only of my random thoughts on beauty-related topics. I am not a licensed or certified expert of any kind. Please use caution and common sense!
Please don’t steal my images, especially so if you’re going to hotlink them on forums. If there’s an image you’d like to use, contact me for permission.
I try to use images from the public domain or provide credit where it’s due, but oversights can happen. If you feel I’ve infringed on your copyright, let me know and I will remove the content or provide a credit ASAP.
Occasionally I am sent free products for review consideration. I do not guarantee that I will review them, nor do I guarantee a positive review. I usually mention in the post if an item was sent for consideration and I always include a note at the bottom.
Running a beauty blog costs money! To help offset my expenses, I publish advertisements on the site and in the RSS feed. I do my best to keep ads relevant but unobtrusive.
I also publish affiliate links, which will not be individually identified. Basically what this means is that I have a business relationship with some of the retailers I mention. If you click on links to these retailers and make a purchase, I receive a small commission (~5%). Please note that you do not pay anything additional to what you would have paid for the products, and in some cases you pay less since I often post coupon codes.
I only link to brands and retailers that I personally recommend (almost always ones I have used in the past). I do not promote unreliable products and retailers just to make money.
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