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Friday, 30 September 2016

BRYT Skincare Beauty Range Launches in Ireland

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BRYT Skincare has come to Ireland and it’s time to introduce your skin to all things bright and beautiful – This breakthrough beauty range combines the ancient power of natural antioxidants with the latest science to deliver clean, high-tech skincare that packs a potent punch.

BRYT Skincare is the next generation of botanical beauty for women and men, treating, conserving and preserving all skin types from youthful complexions through to mature skin in need of extra nourishment and protection against the ageing process.

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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Combination Skin

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Characteristics of Combination Skin
Combination skin is a mix of oily skin in the centre of the face, commonly called the T-zone with dry or normal skin on the cheeks. Teens will find their forehead and nose the biggest problem areas for breakouts and this is due to their hormones going crazy in puberty. While older women will find the chin to be their problem area and this can too be due to hormones and sometimes increased stress levels.
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Monday, 26 September 2016

Oily Skin

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Characteristics of Oily Skin
Oily skin is generally caused by overactive sebaceous glands, resulting in too much sebum being secreted. This skin type is quite easily recognised by its shiny appearance, large open pores which become blocked with oil causing blackheads and dead skin sticking to form whiteheads mainly around the nose and chin area.
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Friday, 23 September 2016

Artistry Exact Fit Longwearing Foundation Review

I’ve been so lucky over the last year or so to be given the chance to experience some of the products from Amway’s Artistry Collection, from eyeliners and lipsticks to eye palettes and skincare ,even a little haircare. 

Artistry is a collection that I couldn’t find fault with except for the price tag that I felt was well over the top, but the more I use, the more I fall in love with this elegant, glamour’s collection the more I want and Exact Fit Longwearing Foundation is the latest product I’ve being sent to test and review.
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Thursday, 22 September 2016

Artistry Signature Colour and Signature Colour Sheer Lipsticks Review


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Today I’m going to quickly talk to you about two lipsticks from Artistry, the Signature Colour
and the Signature Colour Sheer.

So let’s begin with the packaging, the Signature Colour is in the gold top and black & gold funnel while the Signature Colour Sheer is the black top and gold funnel. They both have the bullet twist and click opening which I just love, they are lightweight, sleek, elegant, luxurious and expensive looking.

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Artistry Signature Eyes Automatic Liquid Eyeliner Review

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Before I start to tell you about Signature Eyes Automatic Liquid Eyeliner, can I just remind you that liquid eyeliners and myself don't get on, for more than one reason other than the fact I always seem to make a mess of it. Well that was until now!

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Dry Skin

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Characteristics of Dry Skin
Dry skin can feel tight, look dull and grey, it's flakey mainly around the nose area and makes you feel older then we are with tiny fine lines. The cause for dry skin is the breakdown of oils in the skin's natural protective barrier allowing water to evaporate, allowing UV rays to penetrate deeper into the skin that is already dehydrated increasing sun damage that's causing the skin to naturally wrinkle. Cold weather and central heating are the main causes that can damage this protective barrier but also it can be down to genetics.
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Maturing Skin

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Characteristics of Maturing Skin
As part of the natural aging process, the skin becomes dryer, more deeply lined and starts to lack muscle tone. But..... yes there's a but, just because you are in your twenties or thirties don't be surprised to find you fall into this category, I know your thinking maturing means you've hit your forties well in this case not's not so true.
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Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Artistry Little Black Dress Eye Palette Review

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I love when I’m given the opportunity to try news products or brands that I would normally not go for or even heard off, so when this little beautie along with some lippie landed on the door mat I was eager to give it ago.
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What's your Skin Type?

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The first step and most important step you can take in caring for your skin properly is knowing your skin type. Now you may think you know your type already, but for many of us we have it wrong!

For starters skin types change with age, seasons, diet, hormonal changes, weather exposure and pollution let alone on top of that there's periods of illness and stress. All of these factors take their toll on our skin making it look dull, flaky, lifeless, oily and God forgive the development of wrinkles.  
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What are Subscription Boxes?

A subscription box is a recurring delivery of niche products. Subscription boxes are a marketing strategy and a method of product distribution. Subscription boxes are used by subscription based ecommerce businesses, referred to as "subcom" for short, which follow a subscription business model. They target a wide range of customers and cater to a variety of specific needs and interests. The subscription box industry is small, so there exists minimal data. It is estimated that there are 400 to 600 different kinds of subscription boxes in the United States alone and more overseas. Subscriptions vary in both cost and frequency, making them more accessible to a greater range of customers with different socioeconomic backgrounds. Subscription boxes tend to range from €10 to €100.

History of subscription boxes

One early subscription box available was called The Sampler. It offered samples of products from independendant web based artists, crafters, zines and shops. It first became available in 2004 at www.homeofthesampler.comGranny's Attic of Mobile based in Alabama began offering subscription services from its website, www.perfectpaintedponies.com in 2005 specifically for customers who collected various artistic painted ponies.
Various subscription commerce companies are growing rapidly. Since launching in 2011, Quarterly.co has doubled in size every six months. NatureBox, which launched in 2012, grows by 50-100 percent every month and BarkBox’s subscribers grew from 1,500 to 55,000 between 2012 and 2013. According to Forbes, Birchbox, which is arguably the most recognizable service and valued at a reported €392 million in April, 2014, led the subscription box trend with its 2010 launch. Birchbox's model of providing customers with samples of personal care products in order to up-sell customers into buying the standard sizes of the sample products they enjoyed has proven to be a successful marketing tool. Birchbox has reached nearly 400,000 monthly subscribers and has inspired many other companies to start utilizing subscription boxes.


Benefits for customers

Customers often receive discounts on products by buying them through subscription boxes. Many subscription boxes are offered in tiered levels of value as well as frequency of delivery. This allows subscription boxes to be affordable to a wider range of customers. Subscription boxes often have products in them that are of greater value than the subscription allowing customers to save money on products they already know they enjoy as well as try new products without having to risk spending as much on a product they may not enjoy. Choices are minimized for customers which prevents them from becoming paralyzed and makes decisions simpler to make. Because subscriptions are automated after activation, continuing to receive the product and maintain the subscription takes minimal effort for the customer. Customers are more satisfied when the purchasing process requires less work.

Discovery

Subscription boxes can be a fun experience for customers. Customers enjoy the surprise, and they discover products they might not have otherwise. This allows customers to try products and brands risk free. The increased exposure to new products helps customers discover optimal products for their preferences and needs. While only some subscription boxes have return options, there exist places such as blogs to exchange the unwanted items.

Convenience

Convenience subscription boxes provide customers with products they are already familiar with, automatically, and conveniently through reoccurring payment processing. This allows customers the ability to increase their amount of free time, because customers no longer need to take the time to travel to a physical store to make their purchases. Instead, customers place their initial order online, the products are delivered directly to them, and they do not need to repeat the ordering process, because products are delivered for the duration of the subscription they have agreed to.

Disadvantages for customers

Customers often do not like every item in every subscription box they receive, but this may help to increase excitement when they receive items they love and still enjoy discovering new items. This can become problematic when customers experience vendor lock-in. When a customer subscribes to a monthly service for a set time period, the customer is locked into their subscription until the time period has elapsed. Some subscription box companies make it a hassle to cancel a subscription. Companies may do this by not allowing a customer to cancel the subscription online and instead require the customer to cancel the subscription over the phone. Some companies charge early termination fees. This hassle can benefit subscription box providers, because for some customers, the hassle can be enough to keep them subscribed. Since subscriptions are often frustrating to cancel and sometimes require a minimal subscription period, subscription boxes are not suitable for single box purchases. Despite this, some customers still make purchase single boxes.


Environmental effects


Monthly subscriptions send packages every month to their subscribers. These packages range in a wide variety of sizes and shapes and contain numerous contents. Critics of subscription boxes have examined the environmental impact of subscription boxes. Shipping goods over long distances require energy, however the energy used to send subscription boxes is not always more than purchasing products locally. One example of this can be seen with streaming video versus hard copy DVDs. Videos and downloads can be part of monthly subscription boxes. While Netflix is a monthly subscription but not a monthly subscription box, it serves as a good example for the contrast. Netflix streams movies that require 78% of the energy needed to ship a DVD, but streaming the video accumulates a carbon footprint that is roughly 100% higher than the hard copy DVD and the impact of shipping it. The carbon footprint comes from the intensive energy use from the data centres that are in control of streaming the videos into people’s homes. Along with streaming, contents in subscription boxes may not always appeal to the subscriber. This leads to a waste of product, and transportation costs. This affects the environment in the form of energy needs to get product to the customer, the natural resources to make the product, and the disposal costs to get rid of the product. Especially because some of the products that are sent can be purchased.

Source Wikipedia
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