Buy: Stila Set and Correct Baked Powder review

The Product
Get rid of shine, dullness, redness and otherwise awful skin with this one, convenient product.  This baked powder promises to provide a lightweight silky finish with an effortless application.

The Guts
What's unique about this product is that it's a trio of baked powders:

  • Peach to illuminate
  • Green to counteract redness
  • Lavendar to eliminate sallow undertones

Price & Packaging
At $34, this may seem a bit steep, but you get a lot of product for your buck.  The "compact" contains 2 cm of product judging by the thickness of the exterior, which is ground into a satiny powder by the grinder contained inside.  Just turn the grinder wheel and an equal distribution of the 3 colors appear on the surface, plus, there's a handy mirror for application!  The only thing missing is a neat little travel brush, but considering most powders don't come with one, I won't fault Stila for not providing one either.

The thing I hate the most is how big the compact is as it takes up a large amount of space inside my toiletry bag, however if it lasts me forever due to the large amount of product contained within, then I don't mind.

At first I was a little skeptical since none of the colors in this compact were beige, plus skin products that assure me that it works to complement "all skin tones" usually leave me with a scary white face with an artificial pink sheen.  Why can't most companies acknowledge that "most skin tones" don't actually have pink undertones?!

Anyways, I was very pleasantly surprised with this Stila product. To apply, just swirl the powders around, tap your brush to get rid of excess product and apply your way to a soft, flawless finish.  I did notice that it still leaves me with a hint of whiteness that doesn't quite match my skin tone, but considering it's the summer,  my tan could be to blame as well.

This powder kept me shine free for at least a few hours, which is standard longevity for me.  If you have oilier skin, you may want to pack some oil blotting papers for touch-ups.

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Works to eliminate shine and give me flawless skin. The grinder is quite fun to use!

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What's for dinner: Pork chops with balsalmic figs and mushrooms

I made this recipe based off some foggy memories and a little web searching for Mr. Artist awhile back.  I've always loved the sweet, slightly chewy texture of figs against the dry meatiness of a pork chop.  The key factor here is the balsamic vinegar which really just cuts through the uber-sweetness of the figs and gives it all a really rich, mellow flavour.  I remember making this ages ago, but I couldn't find the recipe so I looked up similar ones online to get the proportions right and then away I went!  This dish took around 45 minutes to prepare from start to finish, which isn't too bad for a weekday dinner in.

You'll need:

  • 2 pork chops
  • 1 packet of fresh figs
  • 1 cup of mushrooms, coarsely chopped
  • 1/2 onion, sliced
  • 2 tbsp margarine or butter
  • 1/2 cup balsalmic vinegar
  • Salt and pepper
  • olive oil
To prepare the figs, just rinse them well and then cut off the stem tip, then slice each fig into halves.  Season both sides of the pork chops with salt and pepper. In a med-high saucepan, add in 1 tbsp of olive oil and when oil is smoking, add in the pork chops.  Cook until juicy and tender on each side, then remove and put aside.  Immediately throw in the chopped onion and cook in the juices left by the pork chops.  Once the onions are translucent, add in the mushrooms with a little bit of water to keep the pan moist.  The mushrooms will release a lot of water as well, so you don't want too much water in there to start with.  Reduce mushrooms till they turn a dark brown color and are soft to the touch.

Throw in the fig halves and cook for 30 seconds.  Add in the vinegar and margarine, stirring constantly to melt the margarine.  Cook like this on medium heat for another 3-5 minutes until figs are soft, begin to release their juices, and their innards can be slightly squished out with a fork.  You can add in more vinegar to taste along with salt and pepper, and use more margarine to thicken the resulting sauce.  Once you've got the right consistency (slightly syrupy) and taste (sweet and tangy, but not too much of either), turn off the heat and uncover the pork chops.  Spoon the fig/onion/mushroom mixture right onto the pork chops, covering them in the sauce.  Serve immediately with sides like steamed rice and your choice of vegetable.

Happy eating!

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KnowShow predicts what's hot for 2013

Summer is barely winding down and already designers have their thoughts focused on winter woolies and even next summer's hottest ensembles.  When it comes to fashion, the grass is always greener.  I was fortunate enough to attend the KnowShow convention a couple weeks ago and gain a sneak peek on what will be filling our closets (both real and imaginary) next year.

KnowShow is a national trade show featuring tons of clothing and lifestyle brands.  It's a place where buyers  come to check out what's new and pick what they would like to stock for upcoming seasons.  The brands exhibited here range wildly from scuba gear to jewelry, clothes, to skateboards, but if you're a fan of anything from skater wear, to rugged hiking boots and all the stylish things in-between, then KnowShow has got you covered.  I've been before, so I knew the drill, but it was still like being a kid in a candy shop walking the aisles and checking out all the cool styles to come.

Here are some of the highlighted trends that caught my eye:

Trend: Floral floral floral (and fruit!)
Look for: patchwork pockets, large vintage-inspired prints and painterly silk-screened dresses
As seen at: BB Dakota, QSW (Quiksilver), Snap (F as in Frank Vintage)

Trend: Accessorize to the max
Look for: natural, tribal jewelry made of stones, beads and wood; long, multi-layered chains; metal mixing of silver and gold; leather studded cuffs
As seen on: Uranium

Trend: Rugged Canadiana
Look for: eco-chic, clothing made of recycled materials, soft tapered sweatpants, sturdy masculine backpacks, patterns inspired by nature
As seen on: Ten Tree Apparel, Quicksilver, Sitka

Trend: Rainbow colored shoes
Look for: pastels, tribal patterns, tie-dye, neon, deep bright jewel tones
As seen on: Toms, Roxy

Trend: Tribal Love
Look for: Mexican and Navajo inspired prints, African inspired prints, patterned bottoms, thick poncho-esque coats.
As seen on: Gentle Fawn, BB Dakota, Quiksilver, Black Sheep

Trend: Vintage Forever
Look for: tie-dye, crochet, denim cut-offs, high-waisted bottoms, remixed tops, punk rock and concert tees.
As seen on: Black Sheep, Snap (F as in Frank Vintage)

Trend: Honourable Mentions
Look for: back and side cut-outs, floppy hats, super light neon rain coats, A-line skirts
As seen on: Black Sheep, K-way, Roxy

Which of these trends do you see yourself lusting for?

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#365outfit Challenge week 32

Shorts, sandals: Forever 21 | Purse: Zara | Bracelets: Pandora, Urban Outfitters, Ishara | Most delicious scallops ever at Steveston

Dress: swapped 

Tee: Club Monaco | Skirt: Aritzia | Watch: Invicta | Belt: American Apparel

I think I'm going to have to face facts that summer is slowly fading. The sun sets earlier and the temperatures are beginning to cool.  This summer started off shitty, but turned into one of the best summers in a long while.    I've come to know new friends and caught up with old ones, spent time with family and of course went to many awesome fashion and beauty events!  I feel blessed to have people who care about me, good health, and a positive attitude.  The occasional dip will bring me down like anyone, but somehow I always figure out a way to bounce on.  You only live once, so why waste time being sad when there are so many more important things happening?  I only just wish that summer could stay longer.

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Debut of my online shop!

I'm super pleased to announce that I have finally opened up my online shop!  After debating forever over how to try to sell my items (Craigslist vs eBay vs new website vs blog etc etc) I finally settled on trying to do the least amount of work possible by signing up for an online service that facilitates this exact sort of thing!

TrendTrunk is a Canadian site that allows its users to engage in a "social marketplace;" namely it's a site focused on letting its users buy and sell items from their closet.  All the items are new, or pre-loved and include clothes, shoes and accessories! The greatest feature that I love about the site, besides handling all the transaction and shipping stuff for me, is that it also gives me the option to donate portions of my sales to the charity of my choice; this is a really philanthropic angle that I found unique to all the other sites I researched and ultimately is what made me choose it.

I've posted up 6 items so far, so check out what's listed currently below (prices are in Canadian and don't include shipping fees. Check out the corresponding TrendTrunk item link to view the total with shipping for your area.):

Condition: brand new
Size: one size

Condition: new, minimal wear
Size: 5

Condition: brand new, never been worn
Size: 26, but fits like a 24

Condition: new, barely worn
Size: S

Necklace, $7 - SOLD
Condition: new
Size: 15"

Necklace, $7 - SOLD
Condition: never been worn
Size: 18"

New items will be added regularly so keep checking back here, or via the Shop tab above for updates!  You can also follow me on TrendTrunk.

Finally, if you live in Vancouver and are interested in an item, email me with your interest and a link to the TrendTrunk item that you''d like and receive free shipping!

Update Aug 25: updated for sold items!

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Buy: Bausch + Lomb Bio True Contact Solution review

The Product
I'm a constant contact wearer. Glasses just don't cut it for me as they constantly get dirty, slide down my nose and obstruct, imo, my peripheral vision.  Contacts are my preferred mode, but wearing them constantly can cause your eyes to get tired and dry fast.  Bausch + Lomb has come up with a new contact solution to resolve just this problem with their "breakthrough" solution, Bio True.

The Guts
Designed to simulate your eye's natural cleansing mechanisms, Bio True contains 3 targeted components to keep your eyes moistened and clean:

  • Is formulated to match the pH of tears, which helps prevents eye infections and minimizes discomfort when inserting contacts onto your eyes
  • Contains hyaluronan, a super agent that can hold up 1000x its weight in water.  This super-ingredient has been shown to be able to keep contacts moist for up to 20 hours!
  • A dual-disinfecting system that fights constantly to keep those nasty germs and proteins away

Price & Packaging
Bio True is available in most drugstores for around $15-20 for 2 bottles.  This price range is comparable to most solutions, so there's no price advantage to using this product.

One plus though, is the transparent packaging that allows you to see how much solution you have left.  With every other solution I've used, the bottle has always been opaque, so while Bausch + Lomb may have chosen this design feature for aesthetics more than practicality, it's quite a nifty feature I hope they extend to the rest of their lines.

I tried out my complimentary bottle of Bio True for 3 weeks.  Now, I have to say that during summer I often get awful allergies that solely affect my eyes, turning them into arid deserts that detest contacts and force me to Clark Kent myself for weeks on end.  During this product trial, my eyes were being moody, sometimes letting me wear contacts, but not for the whole day.

When I first applied my contacts after using the solution, I immediately felt a unique cooling sensation that was quite pleasant to my eyes.  For some reason, this only occurs when I first put my contacts in and quickly dissipates.  Otherwise, I found this solution to be comparable to the Amo Complete solution and didn't notice any significant increase in eye moisture compared to the Opti Free Replenish.

Unfortunately I can't compare the disinfecting properties of Bio True to Opti Free, but considering my doctor recommended the latter to me for its known cleansing ability, I think I'll stick to that one for now.

In 140 characters or less
Perfectly decent contact lens solution.  Seems moistening and the clear bottle is very helpful!

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Ole Originals: classic retro tees straight out of Vancouver

I first stumbled across Vancouver's Ole Originals at a Christmas craft show last year.  There are always a ton of silk-screened shirts at craft shows, but there was something special about the Ole tees.  For one thing, Ole Original tees are made of super soft, comfy cotton.  Secondly, an Ole tee has that perfect t-shirt fit: not too tight, not oversized, but perfectly figure skimming.  Plus I love Ole's totally patriotic local style, with numerous designs allowing wearers to literally wear their hometown (or home province) pride on their chests.

Named after the founder's grandfather, Ole Originals seeks to provide comfort and style, not pretension.  Each t-shirt is handmade locally and are made in limited edition runs, so you can be sure to stand out.  Buy Ole Originals in tons of places in Vancouver, or online!

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#365outfit Challenge Week 31

Denim: Garage | Tee: Ole Originals 

Dress, purse: vintage | Brogues: American Apparel

Top: H&M | Flats: Steve Madden | Brogues: American Apparel

Top, skirt: Forever 21 | Cardigan: Mr. Artist's 

Sandals: Spring | Plaid shirt: TNA | Neon tank: Concert

Sunnies: English Laundry | Lipstick: Sephora

Sorry for the lack of posts last week! I was actually out of town most of the week as I flew down to Cali for a couple days for work.  It was quite an experience, but not one I can disclose here!  Let's just say there's potential.  This weekend I had a blast going outlet shopping in Washington with a group of my favourite blogger girls. I picked up quite a few goodies, which I will be posting in a haul post later if I ever get my act together!  Taking a week off the blog made me feel anxious, but it also felt oddly freeing.  I love blogging, but it can feel more like work than enjoyment when one gets too anxious over stats and comments.  Getting the numbers opens more opportunities, but getting those numbers can be a TON of work and I seem less and less inclined these days to care about my numbers as much.  I just want to be peaceful and enjoy myself rather than worry and for the most part, I've felt the most peaceful I've felt in a long while, so screw it stats! I'm blogging for myself.  I started my blog without any sponsors and I can damn well continue without obsessing over them.

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#365outfit Challenge Week 30

Dress: TopShop | Chambray shirt: American Eagle | Brogues: American Apparel | Purse: Marc by Marc Jacobs | Bracelets: gifted, Pandora, Ishara 

Shorts: Garage | Moto boots: Aldo | Belt: H&M | Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Maxi: unknown | Rings: Aldo, unknown

I found some hidden treasures in my closet recently: this maxi above, a red peplum dress and a floral number which you'll see next week.  I cannot even remember where I bought all 3 of these pieces except that they were from a closing clearance sale of a now defunct e-retailer.  It's really quite unfortunate because this online boutique was one of my favourite shopping spots online - Canadian, cute and cheap to boot!  Finding hidden items like these really make me realize that 1) I probably shop too much and 2) I really want another maxi dress - these things are damn comfortable!

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Stone, or something else?

When I came across sculptor's Jiyuseki's work on Killahbeez the other day, I was floored by the simple brilliance of these pieces.  Crafting the unmovable form of stone into that of liquid, cloth, bread and leather is no mean feat and surely must have taken Jiyuseki hours to carve.  It's so incredible how the artist manages to capture the textures and movement of each piece, transforming the ordinary into extraordinary.  Wouldn't these make such interesting pieces to have in your home?

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What's for Dinner: Fusilli pasta with basil, grape tomatoes and parmesan

This recipe was originally inspired by a pinterest recipe I'd found ages ago. The original recipe featured a minimum of ingredients, which were all fresh, and was just the sort of healthy, tasty meal Mr. Artist and I were craving.

The original recipe calls for seashell pasta, but really you could interchange this with whatever noodle you like - in fact the other day I made this using udon noodles to great effect!  I've also made other slight variations, but whichever version you try, this dish was super easy, fast, and yummy too - happy eating :)

You'll need:

  • 1 lb of fusilli pasta
  • 1/2 cup of EVOO (extra virgin olive oil)
  • 4 garlic cloves, finely chopped
  • 1 package of grape tomatoes, chopped into halves
  • 1 package of fresh basil leaves, coarsely chopped
  • 1/2 cup of grated parmesan, or to taste
  • 3 tbsp cup balsalmic or red wine vinegar
  • salt and pepper
In a generously salted pot of boiling water, cook the pasta till its soft and chewy, then drain and set aside.  Meanwhile in another large pot on med-high heat, add 1 tbsp of olive oil and the garlic, once the pan is hot and smoking.  Cook garlic till golden then toss in half of the tomatoes - the trick here is that you want half of the tomatoes to be more cooked than the rest, so that their insides will sqoosh (technical cooking term) and create a sort of soft, semi-sauce for the pasta.

Once insides of tomatoes are near squishy point, throw in the pasta and the rest of the tomatoes and olive oil.  Toss while generously sprinkling with salt and pepper to taste.  Turn off heat. You could also add in the the balsamic or red wine vinegar at this point to add a bit more zing! to your pasta (Mr. Artist loved this addition to the recipe).  Toss in parmesan and mix.

Serve into large bowls and sprinkle with fresh basil.   Serves plenty for 2 with leftovers.

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Buy: Marcelle Duo Pro Eyebrow Pencil & Gel review

The Product
I'm a total eyebrow noob.  After a couple previous feeble attempts at using dark eyeshadow to fill in my sparse Asian brows, I gave up, resigned to have eyebrows that disappeared in photos and that were as fine as a baby's - that is, until I attended the London Drugs Cosmetics preview show.  On that fateful evening, I got my brows done and my world was changed.  Yes, even incompetent brow noob me could have lush, shapely, brows.  Could I ever recreate this at home?

The Guts
The Marcelle Duo Pro Eyebrow Pencil & Gel is designed to be an all-in-1 eyebrow product for women on the go.  One end features a eyebrow pencil and comes in 3 shades (Blond, Brunette, Dark), while the other end contains a matching eyebrow gel.  Here, I'm using the Dark shade to match my black hair.

Price & Packaging
I quite enjoyed this compact product; it's perfect for travel and on the go touch-ups with its sleek pen shape.  The pencil side is also self-sharpening, which is another huge plus.

Price-wise, you can purchase this product for $14.95. This price is from the Marcelle website, so there might be a slight variation depending on which drugstore you visit.  I think this a tad high, but considering you're getting 2 products in 1, I don't mind too much.

Let's just say I'm in LOVE with this product.  Actually, I have said it before.  I found it extremely easy and quick to use.  The pencil is easily layer-able and you just need to do light strokes to fill in your brows as much, or as little, as you like.  If you make mistakes, it's easy to wipe them away with a clean finger, yet the color will also last all day.  The gel side also works great at herding those wayward hairs into place and setting the color.

The first few times I used this product, I definitely went overboard with the color and went way too dramatic for everyday.  Let's just say Mr. Artist hates my newly defined brows, but every female I've surveyed loves the results!

In 140 characters or less
Kinda man-repelling, but gives amazing eye-framing results!

Also, in other news: Congrats to Beauty Fiends for winning my Lush Giveaway!
Please email me to collect your prize :)

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#365outfit Challenge Week 29

Tank: swapped | Cardigan: literally boyfriend's | Skirt: Forever 21 

Shorts: Guess | Sandals: Forever 21 | Bracelets: Pandora, Urban Outfitters, Ishara 

Blouse, cardigan: Urban Outfitters | Skirt: Lucca Couture | Flats: One of a few

Birthdays, Snoop Dogg and family time - that pretty much sums up this week.  I love love love Mr. Artist's cardigan from Urban Behaviour; it's the perfect fit, thickness and color, yet sadly I cannot find it anymore :(  I'm now on the hunt for a matching version, even though I already own 2 other grey cardigans (which are TOTALLY different btw).  I'm also on the hunt for another pair of white shorts as I found out today that my beloved pair are getting really dingy.  Hopefully a good washing will clear that up, but as always white is as high maintenance as it is versatile.  Anyone have tips on keeping white bottoms white?

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Eve Pearl makeup line debuts at Curlique Boutique in Vancouver!

A couple weeks ago I was fortunate enough to be invited to an exclusive preview of a new makeup line produced by one of the biggest names in the business: renowned makeup artist Eve Pearl.

Chances are, if you've ever watched The View, Regis & Kelly, Saturday Night Live, the Oscars, and countless other shows and movies, then you've probably seen Pearl's work.  After over 18 years and 5 Emmy awards, Pearl decided to put her expertise to work and leave a legacy behind her by producing this luxury line of cosmetics formulated for every skin tone.

Now, many makeup lines claim to be for all skin tones, but Pearl's namesake line truly is.  I witnessed the magic of the Eve Pearl makeup line firsthand with an in-person demonstration by the maestro herself!

If you follow me on Instagram, then you probably saw my action shots of Pearl at work.  Before my eyes, she transformed an already gorgeous African-Canadian woman into a flawlessly beautiful creature with glowing eyes, sculpted cheekbones and glowing skin - all with 1 palette, 1 mascara and 1 lip gloss.  Amazing.

In person, Eve Pearl is personable, chatty and just who you imagine an ideal MUA artist to be: quick-witted and sympathetic to your cosmetic needs.  During the demonstration, she showed us how 1 set of neutral shades can suit anyone, if you just know how and where to apply it.

Most of the color palettes in the line are composed of neutrals for this reason as Pearl wished to emphasize the versatility and ease makeup can afford to the every-woman who has little time for breakfast, let alone a full face of makeup.  Each palette is highly pigmented, so a little goes a long way.  Pearl also frequently would sweep her brush across multiple pans in the palettes, mixing tones on the fly like a painter with a canvas.  It's obvious she is filled with makeup wisdom, all of which can be learned via her website!

Flawless face palettes  

HD Pro Trio kits

Eye palettes 

False eyelashes

The price range for this line is definitely in the luxury market with most palettes hovering closer to $90+!  However, if you have the money to spend, and you are hard-pressed to find products that complement your skin, then Eve Pearl should definitely be on your shopping list.

In Vancouver, you can purchase Eve Pearl makeup exclusively at the Blanche MacDonald Curlique Boutique in Yaletown; elsewhere, check for stockists on the official Eve Pearl website.

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Ditch: Avon Anew Ultimate Eye Cream & Night Cream review

Two reviews for you today readers!  My aunt is an Avon lady, so I've been blessed to receive multiple Avon products to try out over the years, with varying successes.  Most of us never encounter this old brand as it's through private sale only.  I've had nothing but excellent experiences with another door-to-door sale product line, Mary Kay, so I was curious to see if Avon could stand up to its competitor.

The Anew line is part of Avon's multi-product anti-aging line. I was trying the Ultimate line, which is formulated for older skin to erase fine lines and wrinkles.  Although I don't have wrinkles, or old skin, I thought I'd give this line a try; after all what works on older skin should work really well on my younger skin!

(Please note that since I was gifted these products, I cannot speak to their price range.)

The Product: Eye Cream
First up, we have your basic eye cream.  This particular cream acts as a dual day to night cream with the only difference being that at night, you pop up a secret compartment in its lid to reveal a powerful night serum.

I quite liked the small size of this jar. Avon kept the packaging compact, while stuffing the little jar with cream all the way to the top.

I've been using this eye cream for quite awhile.  The main compartment of the jar contains the main cream, which is a creamy color and texture that absorbs readily upon application.  You only need a solid pat of the finger to get enough product for your under-eye, crows feet area and upper orbital bone.

At night, apply the main cream again, but add in the extra step of putting on the eye serum in the lid compartment.  The serum is an entirely different texture to the cream; it is yellow and very waxy.  I didn't like the serum as it was hard to get enough product on my finger for me to notice that I was applying anything to my under-eye area.

After using this cream for months, I have not noticed any significant effects on the fine lines under my eyes.  This cream is passable for moisturizing the eye area, but useless at doing anything for anti-aging.  Oddly enough, if I apply it to my lashes daily, it does leave them nicely conditioned.

In 140 characters or less
Average qualities.  Makes for a good lash conditioner and day eye-cream, but useless as a night treatment.

The Product: Night Cream
Next up, I will review the Anew Ultimate line's night cream.  Again, this cream is designed to rejuvenate tired skin and fight signs of aging.

The packaging is pretty standard for this cream as it comes in the regular screw top jar.  The jar is quite large and contains enough product to last for MONTHS.

I did not enjoy this product at all.  Firstly, the cream had a very strong, medicinal scent, which is a huge no-no to me as I much prefer nice, lightly scented products.  Secondly, I highly caution against using too much of this product at any time - less is extremely more in this case!  As I used this product, I began using less and less of the cream each night, but still sadly with the same result: an oily, yet sticky, residue that took forever to dry.  Every night I left the washroom with an oily, shiny face that did not feel refreshed, or pampered in the least.  And the end results of all this? Zilch.  I didn't notice any difference in the levels of moisture in my skin, or a reduction in any of the fine lines in my forehead; in fact, I was beginning to break out!

I ended up chucking this product after my trial period of 3 weeks, which is utterly unheard of behaviour for me.  I've never chucked a full product like this before, but I hated this cream that much.

In 140 characters or less
Do not buy unless you like feeling greasy and smelling like a medicine cabinet.

Have you had any experiences with this Avon line?

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