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Flower Beauty’s New Quick Dry Top Coat – Better Than the Rest?

Probably the only types of nail products I ever completely use up are a base and top coat. Given how important they can be to the end appearance of your nails, I’m willing to spend a bit more on them than a polish, but I’d rather not since I go through them rather quickly. I’m always on the hunt for a better top coat, and lately have been trying some that are on the lower end of the price scale. Well, I believe my search has ended thanks to Flower Beauty’s relatively new Quick Dry Top Coat!

Lately my main concern with a top coat is its dry time. I don’t think I’m alone in that as soon as I paint my nails, I always need to do something that will inevitably ruin my freshly painted nails. Usually I have to pee, but sometimes it’s feeding time for the furry beasts or some other random act of bad planning on my part. Thanks to my constantly full bladder, I really appreciate the benefits of a good fast drying top coat!

When I saw that Flowerhas introduced a Quick Dry Top Coat, I figured there was little to lose and picked up a bottle for a test. I was actually quite shocked by how well it performs! At only $5.98, I really wasn’t expecting much. Most cruelty free top coats that I’ve tried will get tacky in a few minutes and some will be dry to a gentle touch. However, try to do much and your manicure is ruined. Not with this baby! It literally seems to dry completely in just a minute or two. And I use a thick coat! Out of every top coat I’ve tried, this one is by far the fastest drying…and a life saver! J
So, Flower ticks the box when it comes to fast drying, but another important factor is shine. I’m not expecting gel nails or anything, but I do want a nice glossy finish from my top coat too! Again, Flower totally nailed this one (unintentional pun there). It dries to a nice high-shine without being gloopy or doing anything weird to the polish underneath. It’s absolutely fantastic and can give any other high-shine top coat a good run for it’s money!
Durability is probably my least important factor when choosing a top coat because I’m weird like that, but I’m sure most people only bother with a top coat to help prolong the wear. I’m not the best test when it comes to wear time and polish because my nails themselves chip and peel like crazy, but I have noticed this problem a lot less with the Flower Top Coat. And though I can’t be certain, my polish doesseem to last longer with it as well! Freakin’ fantastic!!!

I am seriously blown away by the Flower Beauty Quick Dry Top Coat! It literally has every quality that’s most important to me in a polish. Not to mention, the brush is good – not too thin, not too wide. The cap is easy to hold – you can remove the white rectangular piece to reveal a more standard “handle.” And, of course, it is cruelty free, the formula is just fantastic, and the price is unbelievable. The only thing that I would change is that it’s a 3-free polish instead of 5-free. It’s not a deal breaker for me, but I would prefer it to be free of as many weird chemicals as possible. Other than that, it is truly perfection! Insanely good job Flower! This Quick Dry Top Coat is by far the absolute besttop coat I have come across!
Flower Beauty‘s Quick Dry Top Coat is available exclusively at Walmart for $5.98

10 Cruelty Free Lipsticks for Fall Under $10 w/ Lip Swatches

I know this may be a bit late, but I’ve been planning to post my Top 10 Cruelty Free Lipsticks Under $10 for Fall for quite a while now. It’s just taken me forever to make up my mind and narrow it down! JTechnically it is still Fall and I would say that pretty much any of these colors are fantastic for Winter as well, so I think it’s still appropriate. And, perhaps best of all, they’re all under $10 (ok there’s one cheat, but it’s oftenunder $10)! Of course they’re cruelty free as well. How can you go wrong? J This post only focuses on the colors and swatches, but I may do a second post discussing the formulas a bit. Let me know if you’re interested in that kind of post. Also, I have included info about parent companies at the end since I know that makes a difference to some as to a cruelty free status. I’m excited to get on with things, so let’s look at the shades and the swatches!!! J

1 – Burt’s Bees Lip Crayon in Sedona Sands $8.99
matte nude with a touch of pink
2 – Burt’s Bees Lip Shimmer in Fig $5.00
glossy nude-y brown tinted lip balm
3 – NYX Butter Lipstick in Pops $6.00
slightly glossy pinkish-brown nude
4 – Milani Color Statement Lipstick in Rose Femme $5.99 (I’ve never seen them less than $6.29)
satin rose brown
5 – The Body Shop Colour Statement Lipstick in #335 Hot Date $12.50 (They are always having sales where you can purchase these lipsticks for as much as 40% off!)
slightly shiny plummy brown
6 – Burt’s Bees Lip Crayon in Redwood Forest $8.99
matte browned red
7 – Flower Beauty Lip Suede Lip Chubby in Berry-more $7.98
matte medium bright berry
8 – Jordana Twist & Shine Balm Stain in Cranberry Crush $2.99
glossy cranberry
9 – Flower Beauty High Shine Kiss Stick in Rose Bud $6.98
glossy classic red
10 – Wet n Wild Mega Last Lipstick in Sugar Plum Fairy $2.99
matte purple-toned berry
So there you have it for my Top 10 Cruelty Free Lipstick Under $10. I hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment with any of your own favorites as well. I feel like I don’t give inexpensive products enough attention on the blog, so I will try to do more posts like this in the future if you’ve enjoyed it. I know it can be difficult to find inexpensive cruelty free makeup, and I must admit that I tend to gravitate to the pricey alternatives that can be easier to find and more consistent in quality. There are many gems out there, and I find lipsticks are some of the most fun! JI hope you enjoyed this as much as I did putting it together and I hope to see you around next time!!! J
Sedona Sands, Fig, Pops, Rose Femme, #335 Hot Date, Redwood Forest,
Berry-more, Cranberry Crush, Rose Bud & Sugar Plum Fairy
Sedona Sands, Fig, Pops, Rose Femme, & #335 Hot Date
Redwood Forest, Berry-more, Cranberry Crush, Rose Bud & Sugar Plum Fairy
Cruelty Free / Parent Company Information:
Burt’s Bees’parent company is Clorox, but Burt’s Bees remains cruelty free.
NYX Cosmetics has been purchased by L’Oreal, but at least for now remains cruelty free.
Milani, which is the parent company of Jordana, has been the subject of some debate recently. On Milani’s website they state that, “Milani Cosmetics is a cruelty-free brand. We do not test our products on animals, nor do we allow others to test on our behalf. Additionally, we require our suppliers to certify that the raw materials used in the manufacture of our products are not tested on animals. Our Brand is certified by both PETA and The Leaping Bunny Program (CCIC)as cruelty-free.” Some cruelty free bloggers like Tashina from Logical Harmony take issue with Milani’s & Jordana’s claims. For more on that, check out Tashina’s post here.
The Body Shop is owned by L’Oreal, but has remained cruelty free.
Flower Beauty is cruelty free.
Wet n Wild is cruelty free.

A Dozen Ways to Nail It – Polish Picks for Fall 2014

Since Fall has officially arrived, I thought it only appropriate to share my favorite nail polish shades for Autumn 2014! After about a month (literally) of debating – I’m very indecisive – I managed to narrow it down to twelve shades. So we’ve got a nice even dozen to get through. I tortured my nails by painting and removing each shade in one day. I take my polish picks that seriously! J My nails are still feeling the pain. J I tried to pick colors that I haven’t included in prior seasonal polish picks. I have also only chosen shades that are currently available to purchase because there’s nothing worse than seeing the perfect nail color, only to discover that you can’t find it anywhere. But that’s enough rambling, let’s just get into the pretty colors, shall we?!

I’ll start with my neutral choices. I know, me and neutrals? Who woulda thunk it! JMy first neutral pick is Zoya’s Jaime. It’s a really pale, iridescent, almost duochrome, whisper of baby pink. It would be great for a French manicure, a sheer wash of color, or it can be built up for more of a whispering pink nail. I went for the last option, which took 3 coats. It’s such a beautiful hint of color. The iridescence doesn’t show up much on the nails, but it’s a gorgeous subtle neutral. It’s a shade that is really great any time of year, but I love it for Fall because it is kind of a slight twist on winter white.
Next we have Porchester Square from Nails Inc. It’s a really pretty pale dusty grey with a hint of warmth. I used 2 coats and it was perfect. This color is actually available in a few different formulas made by Nails Inc. I used the standard nail polish formula (now available from Ulta).
A polish that just says Fall to me like no other is from Butter London. It’s the shade Trifle, which is a warm chestnut brown with a subtle metallic finish. It’s not too red, but not too ashy, nor is it too mirrored in the finish. It’s just a perfect shade of brown with the nicest touch of metallic. As with pretty much every metallic I’ve tried from Butter London, Trifle is not streaky or difficult to apply, and the brush strokes are never apparent. I used 2 coats in the photo an it’s just the perfect metallic brown for Fall!
A gorgeous true holographic shade from an indie polish company is next! It is from KB Shimmer and it’s called Rollin’ with the Chromies. I am so in love with this polish! It really is a true holographic, or chrome, shade. It reflects a rainbow of different colors that just dance across your nails as the light shifts. I don’t know how she does it! The main color is kind of a blue-toned grey with a tinge of purple. It’s really fascinating to look at. It’s also really difficult to photograph, but I think I managed to get a decent photo of it. Another nice thing about this polish is that you can layer it over other colors to alter the undertones of Rollin’ with the Chromies. I’ve shown it with 2 coats just by itself, though it looked perfect with only 1 coat. I added the 2nd just to deepen the color a bit. Seriously, I think everyone needsthis polish! J
The final neutral comes from Zoya and it is what Zoya considers to be a holographic polish. It is called Storm and it basically contains a shit-ton of micro-fine holographic glitter. The end effect is really pretty, though not quite what I would call holographic. The base on this one is a standard black, but the holographic glitter bits makes it so much fun, plus it’s great for parties. Storm looked best in 2 coats as well.
Getting into some color, there is Bluebell of the Ball from Flower Beauty. I really love the Flower Nail’d It Nail Lacquers. They have some great colors (with a lot of Butter London dupes it seems), a wonderful formula, and a very reasonable price! This is 2 coats of an almost Wedgewood-like blue. I love this shade for Fall because, though it’s still somewhat bright and colorful, it’s a slightly dulled medium blue, so it’s not too loud and it still looks blue. I love navy polishes too, but so many of them just come across almost black on the nails. Not so with Bluebell of the Ball!
Sticking on the cooler side of things, I have chosen Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics’, or OCC’s, polish in Echo. I am a huge fan of greens and this one is just spectacular, especially for chilly Autumn weather. It’s a deep foresty-teal green that just makes me so happy. Again, many deeper greens tend to go black on the nails, but not Echo! And OCC’s polish formula is also divine – never streaky, highly pigmented, perfect in 2 coats. Just gorgeous!
Next I have a random jewel-toned purple with an almost metallic finish. It is another Zoyapolish and it is called Suri. It is a very deep royal shade of purple, but again it never looks black. I used 2 coats and the finish is very shiny, slightly metallic and just a gorgeous jewel of a polish!
Kind of keeping with the purplish shades, but moving into more berry territory, we have one of Milani’snew Color Statement Nail Lacquers. It is the shade Sugar Plum. Love it! I used 2 coats again and it is basically a shimmering plum shade. I’m not 100% sure I love this formula as it seems to chip easily on me, but then again my nails have been quite damaged whenever I’ve tried one so I don’t know if it’s the polish or just my crappy nails! J
My favorite standard berry shade comes from Zoya and it is called Moxie (also the name of one of my cats!). Moxie – the nail polish – is just a basic berry crème that looks so good with virtually anything this time of year. It’s not too vampy, not too dressy, not too casual, it is just plain wonderful. I feel like everyone needs a good reddish-berry in the Fall, and Moxie is my choice! (Not gonna lie, I initially chose it mainly for the name, but I’m so glad that I did!) I painted on 2 coats. (The photo looks a bit more red than in person, but it’s the best I could do.)
Everyone needs a good basic red, right? Well, for Fall, I like a slightly more subdued red. Enter Old Blighty from Butter London! Old Blighty, aside from having a kick-ass name, is a subtly browned red. Basically a brick red, and I feel like it’s the perfect Autumnal Red. It’s still a definite red, just taken down a notch. So, so pretty and, as with almost all of these polishes, it took 2 coats.
It wouldn’t be a Fall polish picks without a Bordeaux / burgundy shade, would it?! My pick for this marvelous category is from Pacifica and it is called Red Red Wine. Oh. My. Gawd. This is the type of Bordeaux that I’ve been searching for for years! Again, my problem with so many deep burgundy shades is that they end up looking black on the nails. Not so with Red Red Wine. It just kind of fits into that space between black and red. I suppose some may consider it just a deep red. However you care to classify it, it’s stunning! The formula is also spectacular (again, I used 2 coats) and I really love the brush on this polish (it’s the only polish I have from Pacifica, but now I definitely want more!). Red Red Wine is probably one of my favorite picks for Fall this year! J
That wraps up my dozen polish picks for the Fall of 2014! I hope you enjoyed all the nail candy and I would love to know what shades you’reloving for the Fall. If you’re aching for still more nail polish shades, check out some of my other seasonal polish pick posts:
Hopefully I will do this again for the Holidays, but don’t hold me to it (that damn indecisiveness may get me!). Until then, here’s to a fantastic Fall! J
If you’re looking for these polishes, you can find them in the following places:
Zoya is available from select Ulta retail locations & Zoya.com
Butter London is available from Sephora, Ulta, & ButterLondon.com
Nails Inc. traditional Nail Polishes are available from Ulta; select formulas available from Sephora
KB Shimmer can be purchased through their Etsy site
Flower Beauty is available exclusively from Walmart
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics polishes can be found at Sephora & from OCCMakeup.com
Milani polishes are available from Walgreens & CVS
Pacifica polishes can be found at select Whole Foods locations & PacificaBeauty.com

Best of 2013 – Makeup!!! – BECCA, Jouer, NARS, IT Cosmetics, Josie Maran, Urban Decay, NYX, Inglot, Flower & Too Faced

Ah, makeup. There have been a lot of wonderful finds in 2013, and a fair number of sad goodbyes. Stop selling in China formerly cruelty-free companies! Anyway, on to the point of this post – the best makeup of 2013. As I’ve said before, I haven’t chosen an item to fit into a certain category, just made a list of what I truly went back to over and over again. I don’t have a favorite foundation, for instance (thanks Laura Mercier for changing your status!). I didn’t want to pick something just to fill a spot, so I haven’t! So, on to the main event…my favorite Makeup Products of 2013!!! J

Let’s start with face primer, shall we? J I was skeptical about the BECCA Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector when I first tested it on my hand, but then I actually used it and the stars aligned! Ok, it’s not that great, but it’s a wonderful primer for anyone struggling with unwanted shine. I find it’s also a fantastic eye primer (and yes, the package says it is safe for such use)! It keeps me relatively shine-free almost all day and it keeps my shades in place! If you’d like to learn even more about this wonder primer, check out my post here.

I suppose this next item is kind of like a foundation, but it’s technically a tinted moisturizer. It is the Jouer Matte Moisture Tint and it is another deservedly hyped product. If you have skin that tends to get a bit greasy, you probably aren’t a huge fan of most tinted moisturizers. They’re all a bit too shiny. The Matte Moisture Tint actually seems to keep oil at bay without drying out the skin and, something important to me, it provides pretty decent coverage! I would say it has the coverage of a light-medium coverage foundation, while still being very easy to apply and blend like a tinted moisturizer. It’s a seriously wonderful face product and you can read eve more about it here!

In the concealer realm, I was skeptical about the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer. I held off on trying it for quite some time and finally caved after seeing nothing but great reviews. The reviews were correct…it’s fantastic! It’s very creamy and so easy to blend, but it has amazing coverage that stays put pretty much all day. I find it best for covering dark spots, acne scarring and blemishes, but it works great under the eyes as well. It doesn’t seem to crease on me, but then that’s not something I typically have a huge problem with anyway. If you’re willing to buy NARS products (their parent company is not cruelty-free, but NARS is), definitely check out the Radiant Creamy Concealer. Believe the hype!

Such an amazing blush line that I discovered in 2013 are the IT Cosmetics Vitality Cheek Stains. So amazing! They are incredibly pigmented so you only need a tiny bit, they blend like a dream and they always look natural. These blushes also last well all day…just like they claim! JThere are not a huge variety of shades available, but they cover the general bases and they are all gorgeous! Check QVC for a set that includes a blush in the shade of your choice plus the amazingFrench Boutique Blush Brush for only a few dollars more than the blush alone – definitely worth it! J

Another blush product that deserves a mention is the Josie Maran Coconut Watercolor Cheek Gelée. If nothing more, this blush deserves a mention for it’s innovativeness. That aside, it is such a gorgeous blush and lip tint! It has the most unusual texture and creates the most natural, staining flush of healthy color. It’s such an unexpectedly wonderful product! I love it! You can read my full review here.

For eyeliners, I have three pencil formulas. I’m not going to go into much detail because they are somewhat similar, and it’s really difficult to talk too much about pencil eyeliners! JI always have, and probably always will, love the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils. They’re just wonderfully creamy, yet they don’t budge…and they come in a billion shades. A more budget-friendly option of essentially the same thing is the NYX Slide On Eye Pencils. Not quite as many shades, but every bit as amazing for a fraction of the price! And finally, there are the Flower Easy On The Eyes Long Lasting Eye Pencils that are similar, but have twist-up packaging. If you’d like to learn more about the Flower Eye Pencils, check out my in-depth review here.

I much prefer gel liner to liquid and I am totally impressed by Inglot’s AMC Eyeliner Gel! It is so creamy and insanely pigmented, plus it doesn’t budge…in fact, it can be difficult to remove! It comes in a ton of colors with a variety of finishes. My favorite is just the standard matte black, which is number 77. Perhaps most impressive, I’ve had the jar open for probably about 9 months, and it’s still almost the same as when I first opened it! It definitely has not dried out at all! This is by far the best gel liner I’ve ever used! J

The eye shadow that has stood out the most to me this year is the Color Play Crème Eyeshadowfrom Flower Beauty. I really like these shadows. They have kind of a whipped mousse texture that, though perhaps a bit drier than when I bought them a year ago, are still wonderfully creamy and easy to blend. They can be sheered out, or built into a more opaque shade, and they can easily be worn alone or as a base for powder shadows. I don’t find that they crease either! Quite a feat with my eyes, but they wear very well (I do use a primer underneath). There’s a weird removable stopper on top of the shadow, but I have a feeling it may be there to help keep the shadow from drying it out. Flower really did an excellent job with their Color Play Crème Eyeshadows!

My favorite mascara just barely made it into 2013. It is ridiculously expensive in my opinion (I still only have a sample size), but probably totally worth it! It is the Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara! I’m not entirely sure what it is that makes it so wonderful, but it makes your lashes look incredible! It has an hourglass shaped bristle brush. The formula is neither too wet, nor too dry and it doesn’t clump. It adds volume and length with ease, without making your lashes feel crunchy. You can read my full review here. I am so in love with the Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara!

I could keep going, but these were the products that made a huge impression on me this year. Most are new, but there are at least one or two old favorites in there. I don’t really have a lip favorite, although there have been tons of wonderful lip products released over the past year. I’m not a huge lip gloss person, or I would have included the Flower Shine On Lip Gloss. It is definitely my favorite gloss of the year. It has a wonderful formula and comes in pretty shades that range from sheer to quite pigmented! But since I don’t wear anygloss much, I didn’t think it was right to include it. So, there you have the true stars of 2013 in my eyes! Stay tuned for my last installment – the Worst Products of 2013! J


Year In Review: Top 13 Posts in 2013!!!

***I mention that Flower Beauty is Vegan in this post and it turns out they are not. They are cruelty-free, just not Vegan. Thanks to Peppermint Ph.D. for alerting me to this.***

Though the New Year is almost a week old, I thought I would share the Top 13 Posts on MakeUp Guinea Pig in 2013! It’s always interesting to see what has been of interest to all of you, and it gives you a chance to check out the posts if you haven’t already. All the posts will be linked to the title for easy reference. So, I give you the Top 13 Posts of 2013! J

 

 

Certainly an interesting list, and clearly Flower Beauty has been of great interest this year! I couldn’t agree more with the interest, as I think it has to be one of the best all-around brands, not to mention the best new brand, in 2013! JAnd, I have since discovered that they are not only cruelty-free, but Vegan as well!!! As for Stila, they have sadly dropped off the cruelty-free list, which kind of breaks my heart. I guess you can’t win them all.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this trip back through 2013 and here’s to an even better 2014!!! J

Cruelty-Free Drugstore Stocking Stuffers – Holiday Collaboration with Liza & Catherine!!!

Today’s post is Holiday Collaboration with Liza and Catherine! This time around, we are each giving you our recommendations for the 5 Best Drugstore Makeup Products! To give this a Holiday flare, they are also our favorite picks for Stocking fillers. This was a bit of a challenge because figuring out items that could really work for anyone, or where color is not an issue, was rather difficult! J After a lot of brainstorming and searching through my collection, I think I’ve figured out some good picks that any girl would be glad to receive in her stocking this year!

My first pick is actually a pencil eyeliner. I absolutely adore the NYX Slide-On Eye Pencils. They are every bit as good as the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Pencils, but for a fraction of the cost! They are available in tons of colors and can be used as eyeliner on the lid or under the lash line, or they can be placed on the upper or lower waterlines. These pencils can be smudged, but once they set, they stay where you put them…even on the waterlines! They are great for stockings because I think every girl uses a pencil liner at least once in a while for something. As for a color, you can’t go wrong with Black or Brown. The NYX Slide-On Eye Pencils are excellent drug store stocking stuffers that any girl can put to good use!

Sticking with the eyes, every girl needs mascara, right? Everyone probably has a different preference when it comes to mascara, but this is one of my favorite all-around mascaras from the drugstore. It is the Lash Knockout Volumizing Mascara from Flower Beauty. I feel like this is a good mascara for most people because it gives volume, length and holds a curl without becoming crunchy. It is buildable to be semi-dramatic, or you just use one coat for a more natural effect. It can clump if you try to layer too much too fast, but in general, I don’t find it to be an issue. Overall, I think the Flower Beauty Lash Knockout Volumizing Mascara is one most anyone would be happy with!
Another product that I think is great for anyone is from Jordana. It is the 12 Hour Made to Last Eyeshadow Pencil. Because shade preference can be rather personal, I would grab one in “Continuous Almond” or “Eternal White” because they make great eyeshadow bases. I personally love “Continuous Almond” because it is the perfect concealing eye primer, at least on my skin tone. It conceals the veins and any discoloration on my eyelids, and it looks great on its own with a touch of liquid liner for a Marilyn Monroe-like look. These pencils are amazing bases for powder shadows because they do not crease, are water-resistant, they are nice and creamy, and have a matte finish that doesn’t compete with any type of powder shadow. The Jordana 12 Hour Made to Last Eyeshadow Pencils are amazing and so multi-purpose that I think they’re wonderful for a stocking!

I’m not entirely sure everyone would count nail polish as makeup, but I do so that’s what I’m choosing next! I think Flower Beauty makes a great polish for an affordable price and the shade “Fanatical Botanical” is a beautiful choice! It’s a metallic rosy-gold that is subtle without being completely unnoticeable. I feel like it would compliment virtually any skin tone and even the polish-phobic would feel comfortable wearing this Nail’d It Nail Lacquer from Flower Beauty!
Finally, I don’t think you can go wrong with a lip color. I’m going to cheat a little bit and give two suggestions because they are very similar and I couldn’t decide between the two. I really love Jordana’s Twist & Shine Moisturizing Balm Stains and the All Glossed Up Hydrating Lip Stains from Hard Candy. Both are twist-up chubby lip pencils that are quite pigmented, while not being intensely opaque. They last pretty much all day, while actually feeling comfortable on the lips. The two formulas have a slightly glossy finish that does fade, but leaves behind a slight stain of color. As for a color, you can’t really go wrong with a nude shade, but I find a red or berry color more fun this time of year! “Rockin’ Rouge” and “Cranberry Crush” are great options from Jordana, while “Red Minx” is a wonderful semi-sheer red from Hard Candy. The Jordana Balm Stains and the Hard Candy Lip Stains are wonderful choices for any girl’s stocking this year!

That does it for my Top 5 Cruelty-Free Drug Store Stocking Stuffers. Add a little bit of foundation, some blush and a bit of concealer, and you pretty much have a full face of makeup! JI hope this was helpful and maybe gave you an idea or two to help fill the stocking of someone special! JDon’t forget to go check out Liza’s and Catherine’s posts as well because I know they always have incredible recommendations! I wish you all a wonderful Holiday season and a very Happy New Year!!! J Thank you so much for stopping by!

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