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Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner Review

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 30, 2010

I am a BzzAgent. For those of you who are unaware of BzzAgent it is a company that promotes word of mouth campaigns through everyday people like you and me. If you are selected to be part of a given BzzAgent campaign, you’re usually sent a product to test out as well as a few coupons or samples to pass out to others to get the word out there about a new product.

Anyhoo, I was recently chosen to participate in the BzzAgent Reinvented Dove Hair Care campaign. You may have seen some Dove TV commercials lately that talk about how they are re-inventing some of their products to make them better than they previously were. I was sent a bottle of re-invented Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner to review.

The information included with the Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner emphasizes that this is a daily conditioner that has the benefits of a deep nourishment treatment. Using Dove’s most advanced technology ever, it is designed to “penetrate deep inside to help repair hair internally and leave it more beautiful on the outside.” Dove promises that after just one use of the Daily Treatment Conditioner you will see instant smoothness and tackle the appearance of damage that results from things like styling, coloring, and blow-drying.

There are three levels of re-invented Dove Damage Therapy products. Damage Level One is for those who have noticed “slightly dry, dull or limp locks.” Damage Level Two is for those who have hair that feels “dry, frizzy, or rough at the ends.” Damage Level Three is for those who are “looking for intense repair to correct very dry, brittle and breaking strands.” Each of these levels has a number of different shampoos and conditioners designed to tackle different problems (e.g. Frizz Control, Volume Boost, Daily Moisture, Color Repair, etc.). The Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner I was sent to test out is from the Damage Level Three collection.

I have to admit that I’m a little confused as to how I am supposed to use this product. Yes, I know wash hair, put conditioner on, rinse off, but that’s not what I’m talking about. It is not paired up with a shampoo from the Dove line. Neither of the Daily Treatment Conditioners (there are two varieties) have a shampoo counterpart. I’m guessing that means that this conditioner was formulated to work with any shampoo, but I’m not totally sure. I know that most hair care companies state that their products are formulated to complement each other and thus they have a process for which products should be used together. Since I am not generally a user of Dove hair care products, I did not use the Dove Daily Treatment Conditioner with Dove shampoo. I used John Frieda Root Awakenings shampoo.

So what did I think of the reinvented Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner? I have to admit, I liked it. I didn’t love it, but I liked it. The first thing I noticed when I used the conditioner was the scent. There is a very strong scent that emits from the bottle and the conditioner. I can’t really describe the scent. It’s not a bad scent. It doesn’t smell like flowers or fruit. It smells like conditioner. Although the scent of the conditioner is strong straight from the bottle, the scent loses its power after it is used and then washed off your hair.

When you hear “treatment” with regards to a hair product, you usually think of a thick product that you will slather all over your hair. Although this Daily Treatment Conditioner is thicker than your average everyday conditioner, it is not as thick as most treatments. This is actually somewhat of a good thing because it doesn’t require you to have to over exert yourself trying to squeeze a thick, heavy conditioner out of a squeeze bottle. I’m embarrassed to say that I’ve used products like that in the past and the no patience side of me tends to get the better of me which then results in me ripping the cap off of the bottle and wasting a lot of product. I’m happy to say that will not happen with Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner.

When I put the Daily Treatment Conditioner on my hair, it had a nice feel to it. It felt like it was really grabbing onto my hair. I did use more than the recommended quarter-sized portion since I have very thick hair. I waited 1 minute per the directions on the bottle and then washed it off. I try to not use a blow dryer on my hair since I usually use a flat iron or big barrel curling iron to straighten my hair. As such, I tend to wash my hair at night so that I wake up with dry hair in the morning. So I went to bed with visions of what my hair would look like in the morning after using this new Dove product dancing in my head.

When I woke up, I was pleasantly surprised at what I saw and felt. My hair incredibly soft, light, and…um…airy, for lack of a better word. My hair was noticeably smoother in that it wasn’t as frizzy as it can be, but it was NOT completely frizz-free. After straightening it, my hair looked shiny and felt soft so I was happy. But I also have to note that this was the first time I was using this product so I’m sure that the light feeling and less frizzy look was also a result of shaking my hair up with a new product…you know what I mean? When I used the Dove Daily Treatment Conditioner again my hair wasn’t horrible, but it was almost as if my hair had built up a tolerance to it. Which again is a reason that I’m a big believer in changing up your hair care routine.

I don’t think this Dove Daily Treatment Conditioner could ever replace a deep conditioning treatment.  While it is a good everyday conditioner, it is just not the same as a monthly deep conditioning treatment.

Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatment Conditioner. I’m not about to make it my everyday conditioner because I’m happy with what I’m already using, but I wouldn’t be against using it. It did a great job of making my hair feel soft and smooth and I think that’s what you’re usually looking for in a conditioner. If you are a user of drugstore brand shampoos/conditioners and have been looking for something that is more of a treatment product, I would recommend giving Daily Treatment Conditioner a try.

Interested in trying Dove Daily Treatment Conditioner for yourself?  Click here for a FREE SAMPLE!

For more information about Dove Daily Treatment Conditioner check out their Facebook page and see what other people are saying about it. You can also check out the Dove homepage.

Disclaimer: BzzAgent provided me a full size Dove Intensive Repair Daily Treatmet Conditioner for the purpose of this review as well as 5 $1 off coupons and 10 sample packets to pass out to others so that they could also try Dove Daily Treatment Conditioner. All of the opinions expressed in this review are my own and have in no way been influenced by BzzAgent, Dove, or any other company or person.


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Project Runway

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 30, 2010

It’s still a month away from returning, but did you hear that Project Runway episodes will be 90 minutes long when it returns on July 29th?  It will also be starting an hour earlier.  I cannot wait for Project Runway to return!

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DIY Wedding Beauty Kit

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 30, 2010

I meant to post this earlier this month, but stupidly pushed “save draft” instead of “publish”.  Whoops!  Better late than never I suppose.

It’s June, which means that Wedding Season is officially upon us.  While I don’t have any weddings to attend this Summer, I am engaged.  Along with my BFF, I am a wedding planning enthusiast.  I can’t even tell you how many Friday nights were spent during high school looking through wedding magazines and talking about what our weddings were going to be like.  Who am I kidding…we still do that now!  One thing that has always been on my list of must-haves for the big day is a Wedding Beauty Emergency Kit.  So after reading tons of articles on the topic, talking to friends about mishaps they experienced on their wedding day, and just using common sense, here’s a list of what of things that I will be including in my Wedding Beauty Emergency Kit.


  • Hair Brush
  • Clear Ponytail Holders
  • Bobby Pins (In Colors Corresponding To The Bride’s And Bridesmaids’ Hair)
  • Hair Spray
  • Hair Gel (Even If You Don’t Normally Use Hair Gel It Can Be A Godsend For A Horrible Flyaway)


  • Touch-up Make-up
  • Mirror Compact
  • Blotting Papers (You Don’t Want Oily Faces In Your Pictures)
  • Some Type Of Make-up Remover
  • Tissues / Hanky
  • Tweezers
  • Q-Tips
  • Chapstick


  • Mini Sewing Kit With Scissors
  • Double-Sided Tape
  • Tide Stain Remover Pen
  • Static Guard
  • Safety Pins
  • Lint Remover
  • White Chalk (Use This To Mask Stains On The Bride’s Gown)
  • Wrinkle Releaser (I LOVE Downy Wrinkle Releaser)


  • Breath Mints
  • Breath Freshener
  • Gum
  • Dental Floss / Picks
  • Toothbrush & Toothpaste


  • Deodorant (I Would Suggest Spray Or Roll On In Clear)
  • Tampons
  • Bandages
  • Ibuprofen / Tylenol / Advil / Your Preferred Pain Reliever
  • Rolaids
  • Visine
  • Hand / Body Lotion
  • Purell
  • Anti-Bug Wipes (If You’re Having An Outdoor Wedding)


  • Slippers / Socks
  • Band-aid Blister Block
  • Shoe Inserts
  • Extra Nylons


  • Emery Board
  • Clear Nail Polish
  • Nail Polish Remover


  • Earring Backs
  • Crazy Glue
  • Drinking Straws (Not Something You Would Normally Think Off, But If You’re Thirsty And Worried About Smearing Your Make-Up These Come In Handy)
  • Ziploc Baggies
  • Granola Bar / Power Bar (I Have Heard Many A Bride Complain About Being Hungry During The Big Day)

Some lists that I’ve seen have suggested having an extra wedding band in your emergency kit.  Does anyone else think this is a little ridiculous?  Now I know that doesn’t mean a back-up that’s of the same quality as your real wedding bands, but still.  I mean unless you’re going to have a rope wedding band like the one Dwight gave to Angela on The Office do you really want to spend money on something that you’re most likely not even going to have to use.

So that’s what I think most Wedding Beauty Emergency Kits should contain.  These emergency beauty kits would make great bridesmaids gifts.  Pick some of your favorite must haves and put them in a cute bag and give one to each of your girls on the big day.  What do you think?  Were you a Bride that suffered from some sort of beauty emergency and wished you had something not on the list?

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Smashbox Limitless Eye Liner

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 29, 2010

I am a big fan of Smashbox eye liners.  Smashbox Jet Set Eye Liner with a #30 brush is a genius product that every beauty addict should own.  So it was only a matter of time before I tried out the Smashbox Limitless Eye Liner.  First off, the packaging of these eye liners is extremely eye-catching.  I love the look of the jewel-tone colors offset by the black caps on either end.  They look so chic and modern.  While the packaging is awesome, the product itself is even better.

Smashbox claims that Limitless Eye Liner is a “creamy, easy-to-apply formula [that] contains vitamin E and jojoba oil to moisturize and protect.”  It more than lives up to its claim of being creamy and easy to apply.  Limitless went on my eyelids like butter on a warm roll.  There is nothing that drives me crazier than when you have to drudge an eyeliner pencil across your eyelids pulling and tugging along the way.  This is not the case with Limitless.  I swear, the color just melted onto my lids.  With the exception of eye liner pots that I use a brush to apply, I have never used such a smooth eye liner product.  As for the claims of moisturizing and protecting, I can’t really comment.  I don’t think that my eyelids are dry to begin with so I haven’t noticed a change in moisture.  And just what is Limitless supposed to be protecting my lid line from?  My eyelashes?  The wind?  No clue.

Limitless is also promised to last for up to eight hours.  For me, it lasted longer than that.  I put it on at about eight in the morning and when I went to was my face at about nine at night it was still there.  Sure it wasn’t as bold as when I first put it on, but it was still there and still looked okay.  It also remained smudge-free throughout the day…even with some eye rubbing.

One of the best parts of Limitless is the ingenious built-in sharpener in the cap.  It’s so convenient to have it right there.  No need to dig through your cluttered bathroom desperately looking for a sharpener when you’re already running late.  I haven’t had to sharpen my Limitless yet, so I can’t testify as to how well the sharpener works. 

Smashbox Limitless Eye Liner is available in five shades:  Onyx, Java, Peacock, Indigo Ink, and Black Violet.  Black Violet is a sheen shade, Peacock is a hot metallic, and the others are all matte.  My fave was definitely Black Violet.  It’s a nice alternative to deep blacks.  It just gave my eyes a nice, softer look. 

At $19, Smashbox Limitless Eye Liner falls into the splurge category but I think it’s a worthy splurge.  If you don’t want to plop down $19 for another black liner, try the Peacock.  The metallic color is different and fun.   And we all know that teal eye color is a big trend this summer.  If you’re still not sold on spending $19 on eye liner, Limitless is popping up in a variety of Smashbox kits.  I’m a big believer in buying kits because of the substantial savings they offer.  The only problem with that is that not all of the colors are available in the kits.

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Budget Beauty Monday – Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstain

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 28, 2010

It’s Monday…time for Budget Beauty Monday!!!  Let’s face it.  After the weekend we usually end up feeling like we ate too much, drank too much, spent too much, and didn’t do enough around the house.  So I figure Monday on should feature budget beauty products that won’t break the bank so you won’t feel bad about wanting to run out and get them.

This weeks Budget Beauty Monday product goes hand in hand with last Thursday’s Top Five Thursday list.  On Friday I picked up the new Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstain.  I was wandering around the grocery store and these babies caught my eye…especially the 50% sale price!  After testing out two shades this weekend I am officially sold on this product.

The staying power of Color Sensational blew my expectations out of the water.  Even though this is a lipstain, I figured I’d be looking at two hours of coverage at the most.  Boy was I wrong.  Color Sensational lasted on my lips for six hours!  Six hours of talking, eating, and drinking Diet Coke right out of a can.  They also seemed to wear off rather evenly, although I think that lighter, more natural shades tend to appear as if they wearing off more evenly in part because the difference in color between the lip color and your lips is not that far off.

The two shades that I purchased were In The Buff (05) and Wink Of Pink (15).  In The Buff was not as nude as you would have expected.  When applied to my lips it appeared more of a darker nude-y pink.  It looked very natural on my lips and really made my lips pop.  Wink Of Pink was a berry pink that gave my lips a very nice berry kissed look.  Both of these shades were on the lighter end of the spectrum, in fact I think they were the lightest of all of the shades available for Color Sensational Lipstain.  I picked these for that reason because I really wanted that natural summer looking lip and both shades provided that look. 

Color Sensational Lipstain is one of those magic marker types of lipstains.  The tips were very moist (any other How I Met Your Mother fans laughing at that word choice?) and the product was easy to apply.  I didn’t have to go over and over the same spot to get coverage like you have to with some lipstains.  It had a sort of fruity taste for a few seconds after applying, but that quickly faded.

I also love the fact that Color Sensational did not have any sort of taste.  Of course I wasn’t running my tongue over my lips before the product dried, but I couldn’t taste anything after it dried.  And speaking of drying, while there was some of that drying feeling that just about every lipstain has on your lips it didn’t feel overly drying.  During the day I did apply a coat of Chapstick once, but that’s it.

One thing that could prove troublesome for some is the fact that Color Sensational did seem to emphasize problem areas on the lips.  I noticed that it highlighted some of the natural lines I had on my lips.  I can only imagine that if you weren’t careful with the application of this product it could bleed into fine lines around the mouth.

The regular price for Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstain has been between $7.49 and $7.99 at the stores I’ve seen it at this weekend.  I picked it up for $3.99 on sale, but there was also a $1 coupon on the display so I only paid $2.99!  On sale, this lipstain is an absolute steal.  Let’s face it, drugstores are always having make-up on sale so you should be able to find this at a decent price.  Coupled with the fact that this lipstain is long-lasting and very natural looking (at least with the shades that I purchased were) and I would say that Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstain is a budget beauty must have.

Have you tried Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstain yet?  Love it?  Hate it?  Leave a comment and let us know!

***I have pictures to share with you, but I’m having problems getting them off of the memory card.  Check back later for updates!

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Freebie Friday

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 25, 2010

It’s finally Friday! Every Friday I am going to try and post “Freebie Friday” to round-up as many of the free beauty samples available online that I can find. So if free samples are your thing, make sure you stop by every Friday. If you’ve come across a freebie that isn’t listed, feel free to post about it in the comments. Happy Friday everyone!

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Top Five Thursdays – Top Five Longwear Lip Color / Lip Stains

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 24, 2010

Happy Thursday!  Just one more day until the weekend.  Thursdays at are Top Five Thursdays.  Every week I’m going to put up a top five list of my favorite beauty products, cosmetics lines, skin care products, eye shadow colors…you get the picture.  These lists are based on my own humble opinion based on my experiences trying tons and tons of beauty products over the years.  So here we go!  I present my Top Five Longwear Lip Color / Lip Stains.

1.  MAC Pro Longwear Lip Colour – This has been my go-to longwear lip color for as long as I can remember.  As with every MAC product, it’s packed full of pigment and has tremendous staying power.  I have never had to reapply the lip color when I’ve used this product.   The lip colour comes with a clear gloss on the other end of the stick.  Slick it on to give your lips some shine and to add some moisture.  The lip colour itself is a little drying, so keep either the clear gloss or some sort of lip balm handy.  This also comes in a lustre version (instead of the clear gloss at the opposite end of the stick, a sparkly lustre gloss has taken its place).  MAC Pro Longwear Lip Colour is available in a wide range of colors so there is something for every skin tone.  Retail Price:  $21.  Added Bonus:  You can find these at The Cosmetic Company Store at many outlet malls across the country at a great price (including Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora for my Chicago girls).

2.  Pixi Lip Blush – This is the only magic marker-esque lip stain on my list.  It is the only one I have tried that can compete with liquid colors.  Applied it has such a light and airy feeling.  It lasts all day.  No need for a touch up, although some Chapstick may be needed.  The only downside is that Pixi Lip Blush is only available in four colors, but the range of colors is wide enough that the colors are not similar to each other and everyone should be able to find one shade that they enjoy.  Retail Price:  $18.  Added Bonus:  It’s available at Target!  Almost everyone has a Target near them.

3.  LORAC Co-Stars – Remember years ago when everyone was obsessed with those adorable little bottles of LORAC lip polishes?  I was so on that bandwagon.  Good thing because being on that bandwagon lead me to play around with other LORAC products including Co-Stars.  Like the MAC Pro Longwear Lip Colour, this is a double-ended lip stain with the lip color on one end and a shiney top coat on the other.  The color is long-lasting and looks natural.  Like the Pixi Lip Blush, the downside is that this product is only available in five shades.  Retail Price:  $20.  Added Bonus: I can’t think of one…sorry.

4.  Laura Geller Lip Stay – I don’t want to sound repetitive, but the Laura Geller Lip Stay is very similar to the Mac Pro Longwear and LORAC Co-Stars.  Double-ended lip color with a shine top coat on one end.  Long-lasting with nice neutral colors.  Lip Stay is available in six colors, but they are all pretty neutral colors.  If you’re looking for a bright bold color with some pop you’ll have to look elsewhere.  Retail Price: $13 – $14.50 (depending on where you buy it).  Added Bonus:  It’s one of the cheaper non-drugstore brand longwear lip colors out there.

5.  Tarte Rise & Shine Plumping Lip Stain – Tarte is well known for their fabulous Cheek Stains, but a lot of their other products are often overlooked.  I think the Rise & Shine Plumping Lip Stain is one of those overlooked products because when I’ve mentioned it to others no one has ever known what I was talking about.  Here we have another double ended product.  But here’s what makes this duo unique.  Unlike the other double ended products featured in this post, this one does not have your run of the mill clear shiny top coat gloss.  No siree, this one has a complimenting tinted lip gloss on the opposite end of the lip color.  Available in six fun shades, including both bright, bold colors and neutral, natural colors.  Retail Price:  $21.  Added Bonus:  Obviously the matching tinted lip gloss!

A couple of tips on using longwear lip colors / lip stains.  First, lip stains tend to show all of the flaws that your lips may have.  I do not recommend using lip stains on dry or flakey lips because it will only accentuate those issues.  Second, lip stains are designed to sink into your lips.  As a result, bleeding outside of the lip line can occur.  My advice is to pay attention when you’re applying the lip stain and don’t just slather it on like you might with a normal lipgloss.  Lipliners also help.  Third, always let the lip color dry completely before putting a top coat on it.  If you don’t, it may change the texture of the lip stain.  Lastly, don’t smack your lips together after you apply the lip color.  Just put it on and let it be.  No smacking, no blotting, just let it dry.

So there you have it, my top five longwear lip color / lip stains at the moment.  What do you think?  Did I leave out your favorite longwear lip color / lip stain?  Do you hate one of my top fives?  Got an idea for the next Top Five Thursday?  Leave a comment and let me know!

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Benefit Scene Queen The New Annie Collection

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 24, 2010

Benefit seems to be one of those cosmetics brands that you either love or hate.  If you ask a room full of beauty addicts what they think about Benefit half will go on and on about how Benetint is a sham of a product and the cheek colors are nasty looking while the other half will talk about how great the palettes are and how great the cheek colors are.  I happen to love most of the products I’ve tried from Benefit.  The colors are gorgeous, the packaging is fun, and their palettes often contain everything you need to create a complete look.  Plus you get tons of product that just seems to last and last.  Benefit’s latest palettes are no exception.

Benefit’s new Scene Queen The New Annie Collection is stunning.  It contains four eye shadows in Charcoal, Shimmering Beige, Misty Blue, and Navy, cheek color in Coralista with a mini natural bristle brush, lip shine in Juicy Coral, Smokin’ Liner eyeliner, High Beam luminating enhancer, two Fluff Shadow/Hard Angle brushes, and a step-by-step make-up guide.  My favorites are the eye shadows.  There is just enough shimmer in them to catch and reflect the light without being overly glittery.  No need to save these for nights out, they’ll work at the office too.  The possibilities are really endless with the products and colors you get in this collection.  Everything from a sexy smoky eye to a more natural professional look can be achieved.

I love love LOVE that Benefit frequently packages their palettes in adorable compact little boxes.  They are so easy to stash in your desk at work so that you’ll have something to reach for when you need a touch up for an unexpected meeting or for happy hour after a long day at work.  Also, I love that this palette has such a giant mirror.  One of my gripes with all-in-one palettes is that sometimes the mirror is so small and is of such a low quality that you can barely see your entire eye in the reflection.  This is not a problem here.

Benefit Scene Queen The New Annie Collection is a limited edition palette.  It retails for $38.

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Enter To Win Benefit’s Beauty On The Fly Sweepstakes

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 24, 2010

Have you entered Benefit’s Beauty on the Fly Sweepstakes!  One grand prize winner will win airfare for two on Southwest Airlines and $300 worth of Benefit Cosmetics. Three runners up will win tickets for round trip airfare on Southwest Airlines and $100 worth of Benefit Cosmetics. No purchase necessary.  Just fill out a quick entry with your name, address, phone number, email address and you’re entered.  Contest ends July 4th. Good luck!

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Stila Travel Girl Palettes

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on June 23, 2010

Oh I am so all over this.  Stila has introduced a series of palettes called Stila Girl Travel Palettes.  A new limited edition palette will be introduced each month through November based on one of the five Stila Girl’s travels.  Each Travel Palette will feature four eye shadows and one convertible color.  And the best part…Each palette will only cost $10!!!  I mean, you can’t even get four eye shadows and a convertible color for $10 at a drugstore!  The price is ridiculous (in a good way).  This week the first palette, Road To Radiance Across The USA, was released. 

Road To Radiance Across The USA is inspired by Stila Girl Kylie’s roadtrip across the United States.  It features eye shadows in Snow Bunny (shimmery champagne), Southern Belle (mauve), Valley Girl (pink), and City Chick (alloy) and Convertible Color in Hibiscus.  I just ordered mine, so I haven’t seen this one in person yet, but the colors look great online.  If you haven’t used Stila eye shadows before, they are buildable.  By that I mean, you can apply them lightly for a sheerer look or layer them for a bolder look. 

Okay, so there is a downside to this amazing palette.  That would be the $7.95 shipping cost.  Ouch.  That shipping cost was actually stopping me from ordering this palette yesterday.  But guess what.  Today I found a coupon code for FREE SHIPPING!!!  Use coupon / promo code REFILL to get FREE SHIPPING on any purchase at  This coupon / promo code is good until June 24th.  I will have a review of Road To Radiance Across The USA as soon as the palette has made it to my front door.

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