Friday, January 20, 2017

Algenist REVEAL Concentrated Color Correcting Drops vs. NIOD Photography Fluid Opacity 12%

Brighter! More luminous!! Maximum glow!!! Yes, you could say I'm a little enamored with glowing, dewy skin; thus I have a plethora of highlighting and illuminating products in my makeup stash. On a recent work trip I just couldn't resist ducking into the local Sephora, where I picked up the Algenist REVEAL Concentrated Color Correcting Drops. Guys, I didn't even research this before buying it. All it took was trying out a couple swatches and I was convinced.

algenist color correcting drops vs niod photography fluid

The Algenist REVEAL Concentrated Color Correcting Drops are a series of color correcting fluids that can be worn solo or mixed into your foundation. There are four different shades: green (to combat redness), blue (to reduce sallowness), pink (to fight dullness), and apricot (to neutralize discoloration and dark tones). Besides color correcting, the REVEAL drops also contain green microalgae and alguronic acid to promote cell turnover and restore moisture. After careful consideration, I opted to try the pink shade for its illuminating properties.

Once back home, I realized that these drops served a similar purpose to my NIOD Photography Fluid Opacity 12%, which I've reviewed previously. The NIOD fluid acts as a primer or standalone base that uses nano-prisms to reflect light and trick it into appearing smoother, more even and youthful, while a mix of bio-complexes provide 48 hours of moisture.

So did I just buy two duplicate products or can I still justify owning both? Well, we'll see!

Packaging
Both the Algenist drops and the NIOD fluid come in dropper-style bottles, but the Algenist wins here as it's contained in a frosted glass bottle whereas the NIOD fluid is plastic. As well, the Algenist also wins as its dropper dispenses much more neatly and precisely while the NIOD dropper is a big messy gloop, as I noted before in my review.
  • Algenist: 1
  • NIOD: 0

Price
The Algenist drops retail for $50 for 14.8 ml of product. The NIOD fluid contains 30 ml of product for $30, so about twice as much for almost half the price. 
  • Algenist: 1
  • NIOD: 1

Application
Both products are quite watery and do better with a good mixing in the bottle first, but the Algenist drops are slightly more watery. There have been a couple times when I didn't remember how watery the Algenist drops were and I'd proceed to get huge drops all over my face, but I found that if I shook the bottle thoroughly first, this didn't happen, so I'd say that the 2 apply equally well.
  • Algenist: 1
  • NIOD: 1

algenist reveal color correcting drops
Left to right: NIOD Photography Fluid, Algenist REVEAL drops

Pigment & Luminosity
Here is probably where they differ the most. The Algenist drops are a pure baby pink that sheers out when applied to a more pearl color. My skin is more yellow toned than pink, but these drops still work wonderfully on my skin. My face instantly looks more even and just brighter, but without any shimmer. The finish is actually pretty matte, leaving my skin looking almost velvet. It's almost as if these drops have somehow lightened my skin by a shade! I found the Algenist drops great to use around the eye area where I love to add a bit more brightening and to eliminate dark circles, as well as on my forehead where my skin is a bit darker.

The NIOD Photography Fluid on the other hand is decidedly more green and acts better at eliminating redness around the nose and cheeks. The main illuminating effects from this product come instead from its light-reflecting pigments. Lately I've been using the NIOD fluid over top of my foundation to add a dewy highlight wherever I want to draw some light.

I think the Algenist drops are ideal for neutralizing your skin tone and adding a soft luminosity to the skin. It's great for oily skin types as well, as it won't add any extra shine to your skin and it's lightweight enough that it shouldn't clog pores. If you're darker in some areas than others and you want to give your face that lit-from-within brightness, then these drops are the ideal way to do so.

On the other hand, if what you're looking for is that wet, dewy, just moisturized look, then the NIOD fluid is better suited for that purpose. You can apply as little or as much as you want and never look overdone. This fluid gives the most subtle wet highlight and it also helps even out your skin tone. Due to its light-reflecting properties, it also brightens the skin somewhat, although not as much as the Algenist does.
  • Algenist: 2
  • NIOD: 2
Overall I think I've managed to convince myself that these products really are different. Firstly they're actually different colors (although indistinguishable when applied) and they serve slightly different purposes. The Algenist REVEAL Concentrated Color Correcting Drops are perfect for adding brightness to the skin tone, while the NIOD Photography Fluid Opacity 12% helps to cancel redness and give it a dewy highlight that never emphasizes pores.

Final Verdict
Buy both!


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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer Review | A primer for the anti-silicone fans

too faced hangover primer

This winter my skin can't get enough moisture. Lately, in addition to my usual skincare products, I've been applying a hydrating primer everyday before my makeup for an extra hit of moisture. Hydrating primers are my favourite type of primer. I don't really need anything to minimize pores or smooth my skin, but I am perpetually dehydrated and lately my foundation hasn't been settling as nicely as it usually does due to the extra cold weather.

My go-to primer recently has been the ultra-hydrating Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer. So funny story, but I actually first tried this primer while hungover in Vegas on a girl trip. I had picked up a small sample from Sephora and wore it the morning after a night of partying. Coupled with the arid desert air, I wasn't expecting much from this primer, which I slapped on before heading out for brunch, but I was really surprised! The Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer immediately rejuvenated my skin, making it well, not super supple, but at least a lot better than where it started!

The Guts
The Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer is formulated without silicones, parabens and sulfates; instead it has a base of refreshing coconut water and natural extracts to hydrate skin and improve its radiance and elasticity.

The primary ingredients in this primer are:

  • Water
  • Lactobacillus/salix alba bark ferment filtrate - moisturizing
  • Propanediol dicaprylate - a solvent
  • Propanediol - helps improve the absorbency of other ingredients and imparts a dewy finish to skin
  • Ceteareth-6 olivate - an emulsifier derived from olive oil that provides deep hydration
The aforementioned coconut water is about halfway through the ingredients list as is olive oil, another natural moisturizer.

Price & Packaging
A 40 ml tube of the Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer costs $40, which isn't too bad as most foundations will often give you less for a higher cost. I'm not sure what to feel about the pump dispenser as generally a squeeze tube format is the best for ensuring you get maximum use of all the product in the package.

too faced hangover primer review

Effectiveness
The first thing I noticed about this primer is its pleasant coconut smell. It really does smell like a fresh glass of coconut water! As well, the Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer feels really lightweight and silky. It spreads easily across my skin and leaves it feeling slightly tacky and damp - perfect conditions for applying foundation!

I'd definitely say the Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer is a great base for makeup. I've worn it with both light and full coverage foundations with no problems. Two pumps is enough to cover my face in a light layer of moisture that lasts all day and keeps my foundation in place. 

If all you're looking for is moisture and something to help your foundation apply easier and last longer, then the Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer is great, but if you're looking for something to significantly improve the texture of your skin, then this primer isn't formulated for that. It's a single purpose product and it fulfills its purpose well.

If I had to improve anything on this product, I'd actually wish that Too Faced would come out with a tinted version so I could wear this solo as my weekend base!

Final Verdict
Buy - hydrating and smells so refreshing!


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Monday, January 16, 2017

Sunset Inspired MOTD featuring the Morphe 35F Fall Into Frost Palette

Morphe 35f palette makeup look

Guys, I think I'm in love. It took me a while to get into my first Morphe palette, but I get the hype now. These palettes are fricking genius!!

At 35 pans of color, the Morphe PRO makeup palettes are downright intimidating, but once you dive in, oh boy is it ever glorious. I'm talking smooth, buttery, minimal fallout, gorgeousness and for hella cheap at only $23 USD!

The Morphe 35F Fall into Frost palette debuted last year and I don't know what the numbering convention means, but F denotes I believe a more frost/metallic leaning palette, however I wouldn't say it's limited to just that by any means. I was originally hoping to get the 35O palette, which leans much more autumnal and matte, but I'm so glad that I opted for this spur of the moment choice.

morphe fall into frost tutorial

The Morphe 35F Fall Into Frost palette is a gorgeous mix of colors ranging from olive, to gold, orange, black and the most stunning range of reds, maroons and plums. It's the latter spectrum of colors that swayed me as these tones are so hot right now. As well, unlike the 35O, the finish of this palette is much more versatile as it ranges from metallic, to the softest satin and a whole row of buttery mattes.

Anyways, I'll have to do a proper swatch fest and review of this palette another time as this post is supposed to be about how to wear it! Over the holidays I started playing around in earnest with this palette and that's when I fell in love. Lately I've been obsessed with playing around with the more sunset/fiery tones of the palette, which is how I came up with this look here, that I've been wearing as often as I can.

Here's how to get the look!

fall into frost palette morphe

Base
  • Dermalogica Sheer Tint SPF 20 Moisturizer (review)
  • NIOD Photography Fluid Opacity 12% (review)
Now, red toned eye looks can make you look tired, so it's important that your skin looks as hydrated and luminous as you can. To achieve that, I skipped the setting powder and went for a "wet" look with a tinted moisturizer and then a generous dose of an illuminating fluid along my temples, cheekbones, center of forehead and bridge of my nose. Also, using a damp makeup sponge helps to really set these base products into skin while also imparting a dewy finish.

morphe 35f fall into frost look

Eyes
  • Morphe 35F Fall into Frost palette
  • Essence Forbidden Volume mascara
  • Urban Decay Primer Potion (original)
I picked up a trick lately from watching Nikki Tutorials and this has really changed my shadow game. The trick is to lay down a matte base and transition shade first before applying your colorful and shimmery shadows on top. The result leaves you with a much more natural transition and depth and when you discover this, it's a literal light bulb moment, because now you'll know why all good palettes must have matte shades!

Anyways, to start, I laid down my base with a primer and then shade 1, a light, slightly beige-orange shadow all over my lid. This color is basically my skin color with a bit more orange to it, so if you're quite pale, this will show up way more. Ideally you want a color that's close to your natural lid color. 

Next, I applied shade 2, a shade that's a couple shades darker than #1 down where you'd place your transition color, namely the middle of the lid for me. 

Taking a small outer corner brush, I then darkened the outer corner of my eyes with a matte ash brown shade (shade 3). 

You don't have to apply your brow highlight at this step, but I just like to because then I can just spend a moment gasping at how incredible this shimmery, frosty highlight (shade 4) is. It's a pure white gold and it is everything.

morphe 35f makeup looks

Now into the fun parts! I took shade 5, which is a bright satin pink and swept that over my lid from lash line to crease with a flat shadow brush. Since this particular shade sheers out easily, I used patting motions to really layer the color. 

With the same brush, I then dipped into shade 6, a dark magenta-plum and applied it over the same area where shade 3 was. I then kept layering it on until I had the effect I wanted, which was a nice late sunset gradient. 

Lastly, to balance and define my eyes, I took a small liner brush and shaded the bottom half of my eyes with shade 3 and lined my top lash line with a matte black shadow. 

I think this look would be fantastic with falsies, but for everyday wear, I just slipped on 2 coats of black mascara.

Brows
  • Tarte emphasEyes Amazonian Clay Brow Mousse in Rich Brown
With such strong eyes, I needed my brows to also be strong so they didn't disappear. Lately I've been using this Tarte brow mousse all the time as it fills in my brows instantly, doesn't fade, and is easily blended. The only downside is it can be easy to overdo it!

morphe 35f fall into frost palette

Cheeks
  • Tarte Pin Up Girl Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Blush palette
  • Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and Glow
  • Hourglass Ambient Strobe Lighting Powder in Incandescent 
At this point, I was looking rather washed out with my bright pink-red eyes and no contour! Thank goodness for my go-to, all year, bronzer. I quickly brushed bronzer into the hollows my cheeks and then brought some flush to my face by generously applying the shade Embraced from the Tarte Pin Up Girl blush palette, which is a plummy rose, to my cheeks, concentrating the color closer to my hairline. Then to finish everything off and give myself a frosty finish, I generously brushed the tops of my cheekbones and temples with a pink-white highlight. In winter, I'm all about pink-white highlights as they just look so good with pale skin and winter's cool light.

Lips
  • MAC Cremesheen Glass in Richer, Lusher
Finally to top things off, I opted for a "pretty girl" gloss in a pink-peach tone. I wanted something that was nude, but not too nude as I still needed some color elsewhere on my face to balance my dramatic eyes. 

morphe 35f review

I hope you enjoyed this look! I think this would be a great evening makeup look for someone who's more low key. Personally I'd wear this out in the daytime and then layer on more color, glitter and liner for evening. Needless to say, I'm in love with this palette and can't wait to try out more color combinations!



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Life lately: This post was also partly inspired by my favourite 90's grunge band, Nirvana. The 90's were really angsty weren't they? We all thought we were so complicated and anti-authority. I remember definitely feeling that way then. I was a straight-A student with a rebel's heart who thought she was better than everyone. Grunge was my saviour back then as it could express the anger I was too shy to ever express to all the jerks at school. What music described your teen years?




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Friday, January 13, 2017

THEFACESHOP Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream Review | A foray into luxury Korean skincare

As I grow older, my fascination with skincare grows as well. There's always new innovative formulas to try and I've always been curious to try a capsule cream. Unlike regular creams, capsule creams consist primarily of small pearls or beads of concentrated ingredients suspended in a moisturizing base. The idea is that you burst these capsules upon application, for a super-charged hydrating effect. Ever the innovator, Korean skincare brand THEFACESHOP recently launched their own capsule cream, the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream and I was eager to check it out!

nokyong collagen contour lift cream review

This anti-aging cream can be used solo or as a booster to your regular evening moisturizer. The Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream contains powerful natural extracts, niacinamide for brightening, and collagen to lift and firm the skin. The end result according to THEFACESHOP is a youthfully glowing and renewed visage.

I'm thinking with such a concentrated product, that this cream is likely targeted to an older consumer, but as I'm in my 30's now, I'm all about age prevention, so I figured I could still review this legitimately.

nokyong collagen cream review

The Guts
Besides the aforementioned ingredients, the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream primarily contains:
  • Water
  • Glycerin - a moisturizer
  • Dipropylene glycol - a solvent commonly used in beauty products. As it's in such a high concentration in this cream, there's a slight possibility for irritation
  • Denatured alcohol - another solvent common in Asian skincare that helps other ingredients penetrate skin more easily, but which can be too drying for some
  • Propanediol - another helper ingredient for other ingredients to be absorbed more readily and also moisturizes skin
and in lesser amounts also has more moisturizers (panthenol, velvet extract, silk extract, betaine, nutmeg, green purslane) and antioxidants (peony root extract). On the bad side, it does contains silicones (cyclopentasiloxane and dimethicone) and the touted hydrolyzed collagen is far down in the ingredients list, implying that it probably won't do much.

nokyong collagen contour lift gold capsule cream review

Price & Packaging
A single jar of the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream comes in a large cardboard box which is quite elegant looking and the jar itself is a fancy plastic material with an included spatula for spooning out the capsules. Everything is shiny and gold, to fit with the branding. I love the box as it contains a slot for you to store the spatula, which so many brands don't think of. Those little plastic spatulas are way too easy to lose! 

Each jar of the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream contains 50 g of product and once you unscrew the unnecessarily large lid, you'll see that 50 g is not that many pearls, so you can tell that this is a treat yo'self product, not a slather all over one!

Price-wise, this product could set you back anywhere between $60-80+ depending on where you purchase it. I couldn't find it on the THEFACESHOP Canada site, but on an American one, it's listed as $89!!

nokyong collagen contour lift serum review

Effectiveness
If you're mixing the capsules in with your usual night cream, then scoop out 2-3 pearls into your hand and squish them before mixing in your cream. I tried using the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream mixed in with my night cream and solo, and I prefer the latter as it's really quite messy to apply. If wearing this solo, you can use 3-4 pearls.

Contrary to the elegant feeling using gold pearls on one's face may imply, it's actually quite messy and awkward in practice. My pearls were fairly hard and slippery from its carrier fluid, so it was really hard to squish the little buggers as they kept slipping away! I basically had to jam my fingers down quickly onto each one and mash it into my palm until it became a gold colored paste. Hardly lady-like and luxurious.

Application issues aside, the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream is definitely more of a serum than a cream as it's not hydrating enough to wear solo, especially in the winter. I found it hydrating, but if I just wore it alone, then after a few minutes my skin would start feeling dry again. It's also really sticky, so I know that's a deal breaker for many people. 

the face shop nokyong collagen

I've been alternating the Nokyong Collagen Contour Lift Gold Capsule Cream as a night serum with my other serums and generally, I feel meh about this one and have to force myself to remember to use it. This cream/serum is definitely one of those okay, does the job I guess, but nothing to write home about, products and for the price, it's so not worth it. 

Final Verdict
Ditch - pricey and its tricky application made this product all hype and no substance for me.


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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Foodie Adventures: Asian-style Braised Ginger Chicken with Portabello Mushrooms

It's been forever since I posted about my cooking, but here ladies and gentlemen is a MizzJ original! I've been on a braising kick lately with all the snowy weather, and this is a dish that I tried out the other week using ingredients I happened to have. Apologies ahead of time as the ingredient amounts are estimated as I made this up as I went!

Braised chicken with portabello mushroom

Winter time just means ginger to me. Ginger can be a bit too strong and pungent if overused, but when tempered with a rich broth, its spice becomes tempered into mild, rich sauce. Alongside some meaty, juicy portabello mushrooms, this fungi is a hearty complement to tender chicken. I really love how the braising results in such fragrant, juicy chicken and it's quickly become my favourite way to eat chicken lately. This dish tastes great with the sauce dribbled over some steamed rice and crunchy green veg like gai lan.


Asian-style Braised Ginger Chicken with Portabello Mushrooms

Recipe by MizzJ
Spicy ginger and rich mushroom broth combine in this Asian-inspired braised chicken thigh dish.
Prep time: 15 mins
Cook time: 15 mins
Total time: 30 mins
Yield: 4 servings of 2 thighs each

Ingredients
  • 6 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
  • 3 Portabello mushrooms, sliced
  • 2 tbsp fresh ginger, 1 tbsp slivered while the other in large slices
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 tsp cornstarch dissolved in warm water
  • 1/4 cup chicken broth
  • 2 green onion stalks, chopped into finger long pieces
  • salt and pepper (black and white), to taste
  • ginger powder, to taste
  • 1/3 cup water for mushroom stalk
  • pinch of sugar
Cooking Directions
  1. Start by boiling the water. Add in half of the portabello mushrooms and a couple of the large ginger slices and lower heat to medium to make a mushroom stock.
  2. Prep the other ingredients. Season the raw chicken with salt and black pepper. Heat a large saucepan on medium-high heat. Once the pan is hot, add 1 tbsp cooking oil and the chicken. Cook the chicken till seared golden-brown on both sides, about 5-7 minutes. Use a spatula to scrape up the browned bits in the pan.
  3. Add in the ginger, garlic and mushrooms (including the ones you used for stock) to the pan and saute for a minute. Use a spatula to scrape up the browned bits in the pan.
  4. Pour in your stock, a pinch of white pepper, a pinch of ginger powder and the sugar. Pour in the cornstarch and stir till it's dissolved.
  5. Lower the heat to medium, cover and simmer for 10-12 minutes until chicken is tender.
  6. In the last minute, sprinkle the top of the dish with the green onion. Serve with rice.

Braised chicken with portabello mushroom

I hope you enjoyed this return of my Foodie Adventures! I've been trying out different recipe apps, but I haven't found any good ones for Asian/Chinese cooking, so if anyone knows any, please let me know!


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Monday, January 9, 2017

The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil Review | A revelation and revolution in skincare!

the ordinary skincare deciem

Okay, call me unpatriotic, but if you had told me one of the most innovative skincare companies outside of Korea was Canadian, I would have scoffed, but people, Deciem is the real deal and they have struck gold once again.

Launched last year, The Ordinary is far from it. Tired of seeing shelves of meaningless mumbo-jumbo and pseudo-science crowding skincare aisles and leading to overpriced products, Deciem decided to take action to make a brand that is as much about honesty as it is efficacy.

Described as "clinical formulations with integrity," The Ordinary is a line of serums, treatments and oils targeting various skin needs ranging from hydration, pigmentation and anti-aging. Each of the formulas are made with only the purest ingredients, with no fillers, parabens, or animal oils; plus they are cruelty-free!

The most astounding thing though about The Ordinary is their pricing - most everything is available for under $10!!! When I first heard about this, my jaw had to be picked up off my keyboard. This kind of pricing for this level of quality is unheard of. I immediately had to have some, so of course I sent in an order (Deciem is primarily available only online).

The first product I tried was The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil, which is exactly just what it says and nothing more.

the ordinary rosehip oil

Available in a 30 ml tinted glass bottle for only $9.90, this rose hip oil is a potent evening serum. Rose hip oil is well known for its potent moisturizing properties, due to its incredibly high levels of linoleic acids and vitamin A. Rose hip oil is a great all-around product as it's hydrating and anti-aging, while also helping to repair sun damage for more even skin tone and it's gentle enough for most anyone to use.

As it's so pure, I was interested if the Rose Hip Seed Oil had any scent, and yes, it does smell a bit green and more earthy than actual rose flowers. The oil is a medium amber color and of medium viscosity. Each night after cleansing and toning, I apply 3 drops to my neck and 4 to my face - as you age, don't forget to treat your necks ladies as they wrinkle too!

I found the oil to be very soothing and rich. It absorbs super quick and leaves behind a slightly sticky, but almost velvety feel to my skin. My face immediately feels softer and plumper upon application. Combined with the rest of my evening skincare, my skin appears brighter and feels more silky. After a month of use, I've noticed my fine lines are literally gone... well, except under my eyes, but unfortunately this is probably too heavy to apply there.

Based on this one product, I'm absolutely sold on The Ordinary. The products can be really intimidating to get into as they have very scientific names, but this rose oil is a great intro. Deciem also publishes a handy guide on when and how to apply each The Ordinary product and even sample regimens to use for various skin concerns. I also purchased their Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, so perhaps I should just round my collection with the rest of the anti-aging regimen and why not when the entire 5 product regimen would cost the same or less than a single serum from most brands?

Seriously, why are you still reading this review? Go buy this already!

the ordinary rosehip oil review

Final Verdict
Buy, duh - deeply moisturizing and super cheap, this pure rose hip seed oil is a great all-rounder anyone should add to their routine.


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Friday, December 23, 2016

End of Year Reader Survey and Giveaway!

It's my last post of 2016 before I take my usual holiday break from blogging to enjoy the snow, sleeping in and copious amounts of mulled wine and cookies! This year I'm doing something a little different and am reaching out to YOU my amazing readers to invite you to give me some feedback on how I'm doing as a blogger.

Everyday that I work and obsess over this little corner of the Interwebz that belongs to me, it's always hard to know whether it means anything or that anyone even cares. I want to make sure that this is a safe, happy and fun space not just for me, but also for you! I really really appreciate from my heart every person that chooses to follow me and I hope that you will continue to do so in 2017!

Now, to thank you all, all you have to do is fill out this short little survey I put together and you'll be entered to win a $25 CAD Sephora gift card! The prize is open for sure to all my Canadian and American readers. For my non-North American readers, I'll try to see if I can send you it through the US side or I'll make up a prize pack for you!

Thanks so much for another fab year and I'll see you all in 2017!

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