Blue coconut cream slush sonic recipe


2023.06.04 05:44 YoFavWaterGod HOW DO I MAKE A SONIC SLUSHIE!!?

I Have Always Lived/Adored the cold, swimming in the ocean during winter and fall all that typa stuff, to the point where it connected to my body😭no bs, got a whole sleeve tat called Suijin(Water god) and my name in greek is cold river. anyways this works the other way around aswell. in any heat my body instantly starts to get irritated, so i do aswell, and staying cold is the only way to be okay. so either ice baths, costant coke water splashes or anything else is not working besides my daily grape/blue raspberry/nerd/rt44 sonic slush 😩😩😫. anyways pls help a brother out🙏🏽🖤🤝
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2023.06.04 03:27 SpiritualGoose [SELL] [US] Find your new favorite! Lots of DS sized items and popular brands to choose from. Sunday Riley, ND, Glow Recipe, Nudestix, Too Faced, Urban Decay, Tarte, Mac, Nars, Elemis, FAB etc.

Welcome one and all!


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Tarte Tartiest Pro Used $20 Verification
Too Faced Sweet Peach Used $18 Verification
ABH Sultry Used $25 Verification
ABH Brow Wiz Used $8 Verification
ABH Clear Brow Gel New $8 Verification
ABH Brow Freeze New $11 Verification
Ciate Fierce flicks eyeliner New $1 Verification
YSL Lash Clash Mascara New $8 DS Verification
Hourglass Caution Mascara New $3 DS Verification
Tarte Tartiest Pro Mascara New $2 DS Verification
Lancome Mascara New $2 Verification
Mac Mascara Magic Extension New $5 DS Verification
Mac Mascara Stack Micro Brush New $5 DS Verification
Natasha Denona Macro Blade Liquid Liner New $8 DS Verification
Kiss Lash Purify New $2 DS Verification
Realher Metallic Bronze eyeliner BNIB $3 Verification
Mac Kohl Eyeliner in Smolder BNIB $10 Verification
Tarte Tartelette BNIB $25 Verification
touch in Sol Foiled Pigment in Sun Aurora BNIB $10 Verification
touch in Sol Foiled Pigment in Persian Rose BNIB $10 Verification
Lime Crime Venus 3 Used $5 Verification
Sephora Collection eye pencil New $1 DS Verification
Colourpop Shadow Lot : Play by Play, Paper Tiger, Soo Good, Backstage, Snake Eyes, Antimatter, Sideline, I owe you, Wishful Winking, Silver Lining all swatched or new $25 for all Verification
Mac Shadow Lot in Tempting, Espresso, Uninterrupted, Deep Damson, Omega, Twinks all swatched $25 for all Verification
2x Grande Lash enhancing Serum $12 each or $20 for both DS Verification
Ilia Limitless Lash Mascara $10 Verification
Winky Lux Universal Brow Pencil BNIB $7 Verification


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Cover Fx Drops G50 Used $6 Verification
Nars Blush in Orgasm Used $4 DS Verification
UD Naked Correcting Concealer in 50 WY Used 1x $10 Verification
Natasha Denona Tan Bronze & Glow swatched $33 Verification
Touch in Sol Primers (Glassy, Original, Icy) BN $18 for all 15 ml each Verification
Ciate Bamboo Bronzer BN $2 DS Verification
Benefit Cookie Highlighter BN $10 DS Verification
Natasha Denona Blush & Glow BN $10 DS Verification
Pat Mcgrath Bridgerton Blushing Delights BN but there is some damage to the packaging. $40 Verification
Pat Mcgrath Bridgerton Divine Blush + Glow Trio BN $40 Verification
Beauty Bakerie Milk & Honey Highlighting Palette BN $10 DS Verification


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Winky lux lip oil in the stars BNIB $10 Verification
Nudestix in Sweet Peach Peony BN $6 DS Verification
Nudestix in Sunkissed BN $6 DS Verification
Lancome Juicy Tube in Tickled Pink BN $10 Verification
KAB Sugar + Spice Lip Gloss BNIB $8 Verification
YSL Rouge Pur Couture in 48 Used, hard to judge usage but atleast 50% left $15 Verification
Buxom Mudslide Used (60-70% left) $2 DS Verification
Stila Stay all day Vinyl Lipgloss in Nude Used 1x $3 DS Verification
Give Them lala lipgloss in drenched BNIB $9 Verification
KAB Lip Oil in Juicy Melon BNIB $12 Verification
Too Faced Lip Injection Maximum Plump BN $5 DS Verification
Milk in Werk BN $2 DS Verification
Nudestix in Bohemian Rose Used 1x $5 DS Verification
Fenty Beauty Icon Lipstick in MVP Used 1x $10 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Burning Love Used $9 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Relentlessly Red Used 1x $11 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Achiote Used 1x $11 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Sheer Outrage Used $9 Verification
Charlotte Tilbury in Pillow Talk BNIB $20 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Ruby Woo BNIB $13 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Chili BNIB $13 Verification
Mac Lipstick in Lady Danger BNIB $13 Verification
Mac Lipstick in So Chaud BNIB $13 Verification
Mented cosmetics in Blood Orange BNIB $9 Verification
Dose of Colors Savage Used $10 Verification
Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square Used $7 Verification
KVD liquid lipstick in Bow & Arrow Used $3 Verification
Makeup Monster Hit the Dirt Used $5 Verification
Touch In sol Metallist in Brick Brown BNIB $10 Verification
Touch In sol Metallist in Dry Purple BNIB $10 Verification
Marc Jacobs lipstick in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Used $1 DS Verification
Tarte Tartiest Lip Paint in Birthday Suit New $1 DS Verification
Nars Audacious Lipstick in Nina used $8 Verification
EvioSkin Lip Serum New $3 Verification
Colourpop in Yasmin Used $1 Verification


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Dashing Diva Magic press used, there are 19 out of 30 nails left. If you want exact sizes lmk $3 Verification
Static Nails Liquid Glass in Coconut New $8 Verification


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Spongelle Black Orchid New $6 Verification
Sol de Janeiro Glowmotions Glow Body Oil Copacabana Bronze New $20 Verification
Glamglow Super cleanse New $10 Verification
Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Cleanser New $5 DS Verification
Tula cooling & brightening eye balm used 1x $10 Verification
ESPA exfoliating Body Polish New $20 Verification
Dr. Brandt Yogurt Cleanser New $10 Verification
2x Grown Alchemist Body Cream in Mandarin & Rosemary BN $12 each or $18 for both Verification
Grown Alchemist Brightening Serum BN $13 Verification
Generation Skin Quick Fix n Chill BN $10 Verification
touch in Sol Corelagen Stick BN $10 Verification
Strivectin contour restore cream BN $10 DS Verification
Lancome Renergie Lift Eye Cream BN $15 DS Verification
5x Tony Moly Elasticity Sheet Masks BN $12 for all Verification
African Botanics Shimmering Gold Oil Used $3 Verification
Neogen Youth Repair Cream BN $1 DS Verification
FAB KP Smoothing Lotion BN $5 DS Verification
2x Cosrx Balancium B5 D-panthenol Ampoule usage shown. exp in 07/21/23 $6 for both Verification
Forest Heal Witch Hazel Facial Toner & Whipping Foam Cleanser New $15 for both Verification
Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter in Peachy Vanilla New $20 Verification
2x Elemis Pro Collagen Cleansing Balm New $9 each 20g Verification
Shani Darden Hydration Peptide Cream New $5 Verification
elta md skin recovery essence toner used 1x $2 Verification
Dermalogica multivitamin recovery masque used $1 Verification
dr botanicals turmeric mask used $1 Verification
Fresh Lotus Youth Preserve Dream Face Cream Used $2 Verification
Earth Harbor Glow Juice enzyme Mask BN $12 Verification
Mamonde Toner & Serums New $12 for all DS Size Verification
Dr Brandt Speed Recovery Serum New $28 Verification
Sunday Riley Good Genes BNIB $50 Verification
2x Elemis Pro - Collagen Marine Cream New $7 each or $10 for both DS Verification
4x Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask New $5 each DS Verification
SUnday Riley 5 stars Retinoid + Niacinamide eye serum BNIB $25 Verification
2x Mario Badescu Vitamin C Serum New $5 for both Verification
Mudmasky Eye Serum New $15 Verification
Boscia Retinol Repair + Renew Treatment New $8 Verification
dr. brandt no more baggage eye de-puffing gel New $25 Verification


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Living Proof curl definer BN $6 DS Verification
Briogeo Farewell Frizz Heat Protectant BN $11 Verification
Christophe Robin Regenerating Serum with prickly pear oil BN $20 Verification


Item Name Condition Price Size Verification
Jo Malone in Nectarine Blossom & Honey New $20 9 ml Verification
Proenza Schouler's Arizona New $3 5 ml Verification
by Rosie Jane Rosie Perfume Oil New $25 Verification
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2023.06.04 02:45 Day2205 dairy free options for heavy cream

What’s your go-to “heavy cream” for making dairy free ice cream bases? I don’t want to use coconut cream as I don’t want coconut flavor. In the past I have used silk’s heavy soy cream with good results (tho this stuff has yet to make a good whipped cream) and I didn’t mind using cashew butter in another recipe, but I need some other options.
TLDR: please don’t recommend coconut cream
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2023.06.03 21:16 BunsMunchHay Fall Survey Spoilers 2023

Here is my best guess for the Fall Survey spoilers. As I’ve mentioned in past posts, these tend to be about 80%-90% accurate depending on the season. Often my favorite item is removed from a couple of categories so do not sign up based on these. This time the survey text was blurry so I had to guess a few words, and some brands are missing. If you have a better version of the survey or the missing info please drop a comment below and I will update the main text.
This is quick and dirty as always, I’ll clean it up as I’m able.
Category 1
Murad Hydro Dynamic Moisturizer
Living Proof Triple Bond Complex
Throw Blanket in Mauve and Taupe
Alice and Olivia Duffel Bag in black and white stripe or ‘blue floral’. The blue floral looks more like a Mediterranean tile design than floral to me, but it is blurry
Our Place wine glasses (set of 2) in rose or one rose and one tan
Category 2
Fenty DropLit All Over Glow Enhancer
Spice jars, Set of 2, rosy brown, looks like recycled plastic composite
Timberland Buffalo check plaid scarf
Alice and Ani Emerald Cuff Bracelet
Reebok Smart Jumprope
Glow Recipe Plum Hyaluronic Acid Serum
Category 3
Dry Shampoo
Pleather Fanny pack in very dark olive green
Youth foria color changing blush. Light green formula in clear bottle with pink top. This had a lot of press last year.
Living proof boar bristle brush (paddle shape, not round)
Free people candle
Fekkai Super Strength mist
Category 4
Summer Fridays buffer lip balm
KVD liquid liner in black
Over the knee socks
Pimple patches
African Botanicals muscle relief gel
Category 5
Grown Alchemist body polish
Cuccio Hand and body wash in Sandalwood and Sage
Frank Body Coffee scrub
Salt and pepper shakers in pea green and cream composite
Lugobar shower steamers in eucalyptus
Category 6
MOOD perfume
Goli vitamins in red bottle (vinegar flavor?)
VERB ghost prep heat protectant
Brass ring box
Luxie makeup brushes, set of three, maybe a highlight and two shadows
Balance Me wonder eye cream
Cover FX enhancer palette
YSL lipstick in very light pink and two summery orangey pinks
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2023.06.03 21:09 kavyaorganicfarm What Can I do With Best Red Dragon Fruit?

What Can I do With Best Red Dragon Fruit?
Red dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, is a tropical fruit that is not only visually striking but also offers several culinary possibilities. Here are some ideas for what you can do with the best red dragon fruit:
  1. Eat it fresh: The simplest and most common way to enjoy red dragon fruit is to eat it fresh. Cut the fruit in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon. It has a mildly sweet and refreshing taste, similar to a combination of kiwi and pear.
  2. Add it to fruit salads: Red dragon fruit adds vibrant color and a unique flavor to fruit salads. Slice the fruit into cubes or wedges and toss it with other fruits like pineapple, mango, and berries for a delicious and visually appealing salad.
  3. Blend it into smoothies: Red dragon fruit works exceptionally well in smoothies due to its natural sweetness and vibrant color. Blend it with other fruits like banana, strawberry, or pineapple, along with your choice of liquid (water, coconut water, or plant-based milk), and enjoy a refreshing and nutritious smoothie.
  4. Make dragon fruit bowls: Dragon fruit bowls have become quite popular as a healthy breakfast or snack option. Blend the fruit with a little liquid (such as coconut water or almond milk) and pour the mixture into a bowl. Top it with granola, sliced fruits, nuts, and seeds for a visually stunning and nutritious bowl.
  5. Create dragon fruit popsicles: Beat the summer heat by making dragon fruit popsicles. Blend the fruit with some coconut water or fruit juice and pour the mixture into popsicle molds. Freeze them until solid, and you'll have a refreshing and healthy treat.
  6. Bake with it: Red dragon fruit can be used in baking to add a unique twist to your recipes. You can incorporate the fruit into cakes, muffins, or bread for a burst of color and flavor. Consider making a dragon fruit loaf or dragon fruit cupcakes.
  7. Make dragon fruit jam or jelly: If you have a surplus of dragon fruit, you can turn it into a delicious jam or jelly. Cook the fruit with sugar and lemon juice until it thickens, and then preserve it in sterilized jars. The resulting jam or jelly can be used as a spread on toast or as a topping for desserts.
Remember that red dragon fruit stains easily, so be careful when handling it, especially when preparing dishes or cutting it. Enjoy experimenting with this versatile fruit and have fun exploring various recipes and combinations to suit your taste preferences.
  • What can I do with red dragon fruit?
Red dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, can be used in various ways to create delicious and visually appealing dishes. Here are some ideas for what you can do with red dragon fruit:
  1. Eat it fresh: The simplest and most common way to enjoy red dragon fruit is to eat it fresh. Cut the fruit in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon. It has a mildly sweet and refreshing taste, similar to a combination of kiwi and pear.
  2. Add it to fruit salads: Red dragon fruit adds vibrant color and a unique flavor to fruit salads. Slice the fruit into cubes or wedges and toss it with other fruits like pineapple, mango, and berries for a delicious and visually appealing salad.
  3. Blend it into smoothies: Red dragon fruit works exceptionally well in smoothies due to its natural sweetness and vibrant color. Blend it with other fruits like banana, strawberry, or pineapple, along with your choice of liquid (water, coconut water, or plant-based milk), and enjoy a refreshing and nutritious smoothie.
  4. Make dragon fruit bowls: Dragon fruit bowls have become quite popular as a healthy breakfast or snack option. Blend the fruit with a little liquid (such as coconut water or almond milk) and pour the mixture into a bowl. Top it with granola, sliced fruits, nuts, and seeds for a visually stunning and nutritious bowl.
  5. Create dragon fruit popsicles: Beat the summer heat by making dragon fruit popsicles. Blend the fruit with some coconut water or fruit juice and pour the mixture into popsicle molds. Freeze them until solid, and you'll have a refreshing and healthy treat.
  6. Make dragon fruit salsa: Combine diced dragon fruit with ingredients like red onion, jalapeño, lime juice, and cilantro to create a vibrant and flavorful salsa. This can be served with tortilla chips, grilled meats, or as a topping for tacos.
  7. Use it in desserts: Red dragon fruit can be incorporated into various desserts. You can make dragon fruit sorbet, ice cream, pudding, or even use it as a topping for cakes, cupcakes, or tarts to add a pop of color and flavor.
  8. Experiment with savory dishes: While red dragon fruit is often associated with sweet dishes, it can also be used in savory recipes. Try adding diced dragon fruit to salads, stir-fries, or even sushi rolls for a unique twist.
These are just a few ideas to get you started. Feel free to experiment and explore different recipes to make the most of this exotic and versatile fruit.
  • How do you make red dragon fruit taste better?
Red dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, has a mild and subtly sweet flavor on its own. However, if you're looking to enhance its taste or add more flavor, here are a few suggestions:
  1. Pair it with other fruits: Combine red dragon fruit with other fruits to create a flavor combination. Mix it with sweeter fruits like mango, pineapple, or strawberries to enhance the overall taste.
  2. Squeeze some citrus juice: A squeeze of lime, lemon, or orange juice can help brighten the flavor of red dragon fruit. The citrus juices add a tangy and refreshing element that complements the fruit's sweetness.
  3. Sprinkle with a touch of salt or Tajin: A sprinkle of salt can help balance the sweetness and enhance the overall flavor. Alternatively, you can try Tajin, a Mexican seasoning blend of chili, lime, and salt. The slight kick from the chili can add an interesting twist to the taste.
  4. Add a drizzle of honey or agave syrup: If you prefer a sweeter flavor profile, you can drizzle a small amount of honey or agave syrup over the red dragon fruit. This will enhance the sweetness and add a hint of floral or caramel notes.
  5. Use it in a smoothie or juice blend: Red dragon fruit can be blended with other fruits, such as banana, berries, or pineapple, to create a flavorful and refreshing smoothie or juice. Experiment with different combinations to find the taste you enjoy the most.
  6. Incorporate it into desserts: Red dragon fruit can be used to add a pop of color and flavor to desserts. Incorporate it into dishes like sorbets, ice creams, puddings, or even baked goods like cakes and tarts.
Remember, the taste of red dragon fruit is unique, and its appeal lies in its mild sweetness and visually striking appearance. Feel free to explore different flavor combinations and recipes to find what suits your palate the best.
  • Can I eat red dragon fruit everyday?
Yes, you can eat red dragon fruit every day as part of a healthy and balanced diet. Red dragon fruit is low in calories and packed with nutrients, making it a nutritious addition to your daily diet. Here are some reasons why eating red dragon fruit regularly can be beneficial:
  1. Rich in antioxidants: Red dragon fruit is rich in antioxidants, such as vitamin C, which help protect your body against free radicals and oxidative stress.
  2. Good source of vitamins and minerals: Red dragon fruit is a good source of essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin B, iron, and magnesium.
  3. High fiber content: Red dragon fruit is high in dietary fiber, which can aid in digestion, promote satiety, and support overall digestive health.
  4. Hydrating properties: Red dragon fruit has a high water content, which can help keep you hydrated and support healthy skin.
  5. Potential blood sugar regulation: Some studies suggest that red dragon fruit may help regulate blood sugar levels, although further research is needed in this area.
However, as with any food, it's important to consume red dragon fruit in moderation and consider your overall dietary needs. If you have any specific health concerns or dietary restrictions, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional or nutritionist for personalized advice.
Additionally, keep in mind that individual reactions to foods may vary, so if you have any allergies or sensitivities to red dragon fruit or any other fruits, it's important to be aware of and avoid them.
  • How is dragon fruit best served?
Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, can be served in various ways depending on personal preferences and culinary creativity. Here are some popular ways to serve dragon fruit:
  1. Fresh and sliced: One of the simplest and most common ways to serve dragon fruit is to cut it in half and scoop out the flesh. Slice the flesh into cubes or wedges and enjoy it as a fresh and healthy snack.
  2. Fruit salads: Dragon fruit adds a pop of color and unique flavor to fruit salads. Slice the fruit into cubes and combine it with other fruits like pineapple, mango, berries, or citrus fruits for a refreshing and visually appealing salad.
  3. Smoothies and smoothie bowls: Dragon fruit is a popular ingredient in smoothies and smoothie bowls. Blend the flesh with other fruits, such as banana, strawberry, or pineapple, along with your choice of liquid (water, coconut water, or plant-based milk) to create a vibrant and nutritious beverage.
  4. Dragon fruit bowls: Similar to smoothie bowls, dragon fruit bowls are a trendy and healthy breakfast or snack option. Blend the flesh with a little liquid (such as coconut water or almond milk) and pour the mixture into a bowl. Top it with granola, sliced fruits, nuts, and seeds for a visually stunning and nutritious bowl.
  5. Desserts: Dragon fruit can be used to add color and flavor to various desserts. It can be used in recipes for sorbets, ice creams, puddings, cakes, cupcakes, tarts, and more. Experiment with different recipes to incorporate dragon fruit into your favorite desserts.
  6. Salsas and sauces: Diced dragon fruit can be used in salsas or sauces to add a unique twist. Combine it with ingredients like red onion, jalapeño, lime juice, and cilantro for a flavorful and colorful salsa that can be served with tortilla chips, grilled meats, or used as a topping for tacos.
Remember, dragon fruit is not only delicious but also visually striking, so consider its vibrant colors when serving. Feel free to get creative and explore different combinations and presentations to enjoy this exotic fruit to the fullest.
  • Why is my red dragon fruit not sweet?
There could be several reasons why your red dragon fruit is not as sweet as expected:
  1. Ripeness: The sweetness of dragon fruit is influenced by its ripeness. If the fruit is not fully ripe, it may not develop its full sweetness. Look for dragon fruits that have a bright, vibrant color and are slightly soft to the touch. A ripe dragon fruit should give a little when gently squeezed. If the fruit is still firm and the color is dull, it may not be fully ripe and therefore less sweet.
  2. Variety: Different varieties of dragon fruit can have varying levels of sweetness. Some varieties naturally have a milder flavor profile. If you have tried a particular variety and found it less sweet, you can explore different varieties to find the one that suits your taste preferences.
  3. Growing conditions: The taste of dragon fruit can be influenced by the growing conditions, including climate, soil quality, and cultivation techniques. Fruits grown in optimal conditions may tend to be sweeter compared to those grown in less favorable environments.
  4. Storage and handling: Improper storage or handling of dragon fruit can affect its flavor. If the fruit is stored at low temperatures or exposed to excessive heat, it may impact the development of its sweetness. Additionally, rough handling during transportation or storage can cause damage to the fruit, affecting its taste.
  5. Individual taste perception: Taste preferences can vary among individuals. What may be sweet to some may not be as sweet to others. The perception of sweetness can also be influenced by other factors like overall diet, palate sensitivity, and taste buds.
If you consistently find that your red dragon fruit lacks sweetness despite considering the above factors, it may be worth exploring different sources or varieties to find one that meets your expectations. Additionally, discussing your concerns with local farmers or suppliers who specialize in dragon fruit may provide insights into specific factors that could affect the sweetness in your region.
  • Which is better red or white dragon fruit?
The choice between red and white dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, comes down to personal preference as both varieties have their own unique qualities. Here's a comparison to help you understand the differences:
Red Dragon Fruit:
  1. Appearance: Red dragon fruit has a vibrant red or magenta skin with green scales, giving it a visually striking appearance. The flesh is typically white or red with small black seeds scattered throughout.
  2. Flavor: Red dragon fruit tends to have a mildly sweet taste with subtle floral notes. Some describe it as a cross between a kiwi and a pear.
  3. Nutritional Content: Red dragon fruit is rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, fiber, and other essential nutrients. It also contains betacyanins, which contribute to its vibrant red color and antioxidant properties.
White Dragon Fruit:
  1. Appearance: White dragon fruit has a pale yellow or white skin with green scales, making it appear more subdued compared to the vibrant red variety. The flesh is usually white with small black seeds.
  2. Flavor: White dragon fruit generally has a milder and sweeter taste compared to the red variety. It is often described as a blend of pear, kiwi, and melon flavors.
  3. Nutritional Content: White dragon fruit is also rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, fiber, and other beneficial nutrients. While it may have a slightly different phytonutrient profile compared to red dragon fruit, both varieties offer similar nutritional benefits.
  4. Ultimately, the choice between red and white dragon fruit depends on your personal taste preferences and the visual appeal you are looking for. Both varieties are nutritious and can be enjoyed in various culinary applications, such as eating them fresh, adding them to smoothies or salads, or using them in desserts. It can be fun to try both varieties and decide which one you prefer.
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2023.06.03 20:59 RosePetals314 [US to US] [Sell] [Perfume] Lots of gourmands! Arcana, NAVA, Poesie, Etc

$5 for shipped, will ship within 3 business days. From a smoke free and cat and dog friendly home. Payment through PayPal goods and services only.
-Cupid's Arrow 1ml EdP decant $5 (sugar cubes effervescing in sparkling champagne, seductive pink orchids and white tuberoses, tempting vanilla toffees, and fragrant Buddha's Hand citrus for happiness and
-Chocolate Cake 5ml $14
-Pistachio Gelato 5ml $14 (Cold swirls of gelato with French vanilla beans and sweet, nutty pistachios.)
SOLD Miss Skiffins 5ml $18 (A felicitous and seemly blend of blueberries, blackberries, vanilla, sweet mallow, clean musk, sweet pea blossoms, and a small chunk of honeycomb.)
***Black Hearted Tart
-Only in Dreams 1.5 ml $3 (White gardenia and calla lily petals are scattered upon a bed of fluffy marshmallow clouds with a base
-Surfpunk sample slink $2 (Mango Purin jelly dessert made with mango purée and milk. Melon cream soda with notes of sweet honeydew and vanilla ice cream. Kakigori shaved ice topped with musk melon sugar syrup and sweetened condensed milk.)
***Death and Floral
-Gooey Marshmallow 5ml rollerball $10
***Haus of Gloi
-Tonka Bean Tea Cakes slink $2 (Fluffy little cakes flecked with lightly sweet tonka bean and coated in a delicate sugar glaze.)
-Macaron Tower slink $2 (Tiers upon tiers of delicate French macarons in four flavors: pistachio, peach, raspberry and vanilla.)
Bastet’s Mystifying Caramel Biscuit 5ml $20 (Sugar Biscuit accord, Buttercream Frosting, Vanilla Extraction, Caramel Sage Crème, Molasses Sugar, Caramelized Vanilla Bean, Caramelized Rum, Maple Leaf, French Vanilla Bean and Custard)
Seth’s Ultimate Vanilla Sugar Cookies 5ml Full to TOL, has a blue name sticker on top of cap. $20 (Vanilla bean, Chrystalline, warm and buttery sugar cookie accord, sugar, butter cookie accord, buttercream and Tahitian vanilla bean.)
Raspberry Musk 6ml $25 (Bastet’s Musk absolute (Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily), Wild Transylvanian Raspberry accord, Raspberry skin accord, Crystalline (Studio Limited Vanilla) absolute, Bastet’s Amber absolute, eNVie saphir, Bastet’s Ice Cream)
SOLD Apricot Muhallebi 2ml shop sample $8 (Apricot seed, Apricot essence, Apricot Custard accord, Cake accord, Rice Milk, Bourbon Vanille, Orange Blossom, Sugar Cookie accord, Almond Macaroon accord, Buttercream accord, Vanilla Bean, Butter accord (vegan) Sweet Cream accord (vegan), Toasted Coconut accord, Cardamom absolute, Pink Sugar, White Musk and Crystalline Vanilla Absolute)
Hera’s Strawberry Pound Cake slink $3 (Strawberry Crème Icing, Strawberry Poundcake accord, Vanilla Bean, Studio Limited Crimson Musk, Bastet’s Musk, Vanilla Shortcake, and Whipped cream accord (vegan))
Paper Moons slink $3 (Vanilla Orchid, White Musk, Bastet’s Musk essence, Vanilla Bean cordial, Egyptian Sugar Cane, Coconut Milk, White Cinnamon, Powdered Sugar, Angel Cake accord, Almond Cake accord and Buttermilk Vanilla accord)
***Nui Cobalt
Tomfoolery shop sample $3 (Toasted oats, molten brown sugar, candied crushed walnuts, and tangy-sweet golden raisins.)
Original Prankster shop sample $3 (Fresh from the oven, crisp cinnamon sugar gives way to warm, soft vanilla cookie with just a trace of salted butter.)
Scallywag shop sample $3 (True cocoa absolute accentuated by notes of caramelized sugar, toasted marshmallow, Bavarian cream, and the subtlest touch of melted butter.)
-You Tempt Me 5ml $15 (vanilla custard, marzipan, sweet cherries, a hint of pastry crust, ambery notes)
-Waltz of the Snowflakes 1ml shop sample $3 (Notes: a magical dance of peppermint snowflakes, buttery sugar cookies with vanilla glaze, topped with crystallized sugar)
-Dreamland Confection 2ml $4 (Notes: a billowy marshmallow pavlova layered with candied clementines and fresh cranberries, whipped cream surrounded by a wintry flurry of cotton candy and balsam fir branches)
-Mother Ginger shop sample $3 (Notes: a dark gingerbread cake with all of the holiday joy baked within: heaping spoons of ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove, brown sugar, sticky molasses, caramelized edges)
-Eggnog Noel 5ml $12 (Notes: creamy custard, opulent vanilla, warm nutmeg, a splash of French cognac)
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2023.06.03 19:50 bluesteele34 Need help with an order

I think it was last year when sonic had the ice cream slushes. I’ve been trying to order one and nobody knows what I’m talking about . It’s basically half slush half ice cream. Not blended. How do I go about ordering this ?
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2023.06.03 17:27 hnqn1611 15 Everyday Things You've Been Doing Wrong All Your Life

15 Everyday Things You've Been Doing Wrong All Your Life
15 Everyday Things You’ve Been Doing Wrong All Your Life!
Following a daily routine is something we all have in common. The method is different, but our commitment is the same. Surprise! Many of the things we think we're doing correctly are actually not the best ways to do them. This includes basic, everyday things like sleeping, brushing our teeth, or the way we use the toilet… a-ha Luckily for us, we can change that right away and start doing things correctly from now on. Oh and before we start… If you like these kind of videos, please consider subscribing to our channel. This not only helps us out, but you will also get to see more awesome videos from us… Ok, let's take a look!
Number 1 - Sleeping Do you ever wake up and still feel tired, even though you sleep like a bear, right through the night? Well, the problem’s likely not the number of hours that you sleep, but it’s rather how you sleep that’s wrong! First off, the best position to sleep is on your back, with one pillow under your knees or if that’s uncomfortable for you, try sleeping on your side with a pillow between your legs. Both of these positions will help your spine stay aligned. Secondly, keeping a set bedtime will help your body learn when to shut down for the night and when to wake up. Also, try to keep as little light in the room as possible. Although it’s tempting, don’t watch TV before sleep, and certainly don’t go on your phone in bed. The blue light that’s emitted from these devices will actually mess up your sleep patterns. If anything, try to expose yourself to warm, dim light before sleeping. It’ll help you relax and have sweet dreams.
Number 2 - Holding a Drink You probably hold a drink like a beer, by its body. Which makes sense, right? It’s the most comfortable and that’s how you’ve seen all your friends do it. But surprisingly, that’s not the right way to hold a drink! Your hands conduct heat, and this affects the temperature of the beer, warming it much quicker than if you were to hold the bottle by the neck, which is what you’re really supposed to do. A similar rule exists for holding a glass of wine. It’s best to hold the glass by the stem or flute. Especially, if you happen to be drinking sparkling or white wine. In addition, warming wine or beer actually changes the flavor, so don’t cup the bottom of a wine glass or squeeze the sides of a beer bottle!
Number 3 - Saving Your Phone From Water Damage Ahh, we’ve all been there. When our phones take a bit of a spill into the bath, or worse, into a toilet; the common remedy is to dunk it in some rice, and wait a few days for it to start functioning again. But who has a few days to wait for their phone to start working? Well, there’s a faster way! The next time this happens to you, try putting your phone in a Ziploc bag with a few of those silica gel packets. You’ve probably already seen these before, when you popped open a bottle of vitamins or bought a new pair of sneakers. Silica gel packets are added to many products for a reason! It’s because of their incredible ability to absorb moisture!
Number 4 - Peeling a Banana Considering the large consumption of bananas worldwide, it’s surprising that so many people don’t know how to peel a banana. And if you’re like most people, you likely open your bananas from the stem! While sometimes it might go totally smooth, more often than not, you probably struggle with it or end up mushing up your banana. The trick is to actually open a banana from the opposite end. Just pinch the top end of it, make a quarter turn and gently pull back to peel the skin away. And voila! You’ve got a perfectly peeled banana. And, in case you were wondering… yes, this is exactly how the “pros” are doing it as well!
Number 5 - Packing a Suitcase Whether you’re a frequent traveler or not, you’ll find this trick extremely useful when it comes to packing your suitcase. Most people leave their packing to the very last minute and then end up doing a half assed job throwing their clothes and things in a suitcase. Yes, some people who have a little more self-control, will take the time to fold their clothes, but nonetheless, piling folded garments on top each other is not going to make the most use of space either. The correct way to pack a suitcase is to roll your garments. This will prevent them from getting wrinkled and you can fit many more items. This useful life hack works great with a variety of clothing including pants, shorts, shirts, tights, panties, boxers and even blankets and towels. And another great thing… It’s much faster than folding each piece of clothing.
Number 6 - Storing Ice Cream You probably keep your ice cream in the freezer because that’s where it belongs. Don’t worry, I’m not going to tell you that you should be storing it in the cupboard or anything like that. But I’m sure you’ve noticed that it doesn’t take long for your ice cream to get freezer burned. This can be totally avoided. The correct way to store ice cream is to put it in a large Ziploc bag before putting it in the freezer. This will help keep the ice cream soft enough to scoop and freezer burn will be a thing of the past!
Number 7 - Brushing Your Teeth Brushing your teeth seems like a no brainer, but there is in fact, a proper way of doing it that many people are unaware of. One thing you might not realize is that you’re probably using way too much toothpaste. It only takes a small dab - about the size of a pea to get your teeth clean. Secondly, and most commonly, you’re probably brushing way too hard. You may think the harder you brush, the more stuff you get off your teeth, but you’re actually wearing away your tooth enamel by doing this. Finally, despite what you may have learned growing up, brushing your teeth immediately after a meal will actually do more harm than good. Since the acids and sugars in food weaken your enamel, brushing right after eating can actually damage your teeth. It’s best to wait about 30 minutes after eating before you brush.
Number 8 - Wearing Earbuds I’m guessing you wear your earbuds the same way that most people do, straight into your ears. But that’s actually wrong! The correct way to wear earbuds is to loop them from behind, so the cord runs over your ears. This will stop the cords from being pulled out of your ears when they sway too much or get snagged on something. It might feel odd at first, but trust me, listening to your favorite Taylor Swift songs without your earbuds falling out is worth it!
Number 9 – Peeling a Mango Mangos are delicious, but if you’re like most people, you dread peeling them. You end up with a mushy mess, and not much left to actually enjoy. But don’t worry! There are two correct ways to peel a mango without wasting any of this tasty tropical fruit. The first approach is to get a sharp knife, and cut the two halves of the mango from both sides of the pit. Then cut a crisscross design on each mango half, as close to the skin as possible – without actually cutting through it. Then, you just have to use a spoon to scoop out the perfectly cubed bits! The second approach is more of a life hack for lazy people…. And it doesn’t even require the crisscross design. Simply use the rim of a glass as an alternative to a spoon to scoop out the flesh of the mango halves.
Number 10 - Clipping Your Nails Nail clippers offer a quick and easy way to cut nails, and that’s probably why a lot of people like to use them. However, they can damage your nails! With a one size fits all design, it's impossible to get your whole nail in one clip, and using clippers actually deforms the structure of your nails, and they end up peeling and breaking. The correct way to clip your nails is to leave them a bit longer than you need to, and then shape them down with a nail file.
Number 11 - Cooling a Bottled Drink On a hot day, when there’s nothing cold to drink, most people just throw some bottles of beer or soda in the freezer. And wait, and wait, and wait… But this is actually a huge waste of time. There’s a better way to get those drinks cooler, faster. Just wet some paper towels and wrap them around the bottles you want to cool, before popping them in the freezer. Doing this will usually cool your drinks in less than 15 minutes!
Number 12 - Listening to Music On Your Phone Nowadays, pretty much everyone listens to music on their cell phones. But when you play music through the speaker of your phone, it usually sounds like crap. There’s no way you’re gonna push that heavy drop in your favorite EDM track on that tiny little speaker. The correct way to listen to music through your phone’s speaker is to amplify the sound. This will give you a more in depth and satisfying listening experience! Simply put the phone in a cup or bowl, and you’ll immediately hear a difference in sound.
Number 13 - Hulling Strawberries Strawberries are tasty, and most people love them! Plus, these summer berries can be used in a wide range of recipes. The annoying part is actually hulling the strawberries! Chances are, you use a knife to cut around the stalk, and end up removing bits of the flesh along with it. The correct way to hull a strawberry is to use a straw. Push the straw through the strawberry and remove the leafy part. That’s all there’s to it!
Number 14 - Pooping You may want to sit down for this one, because it’s a big one… You’re pooping wrong! Yep. If you’re like most people, you just sit on the toilet seat to do your business. But that position is not ideal. Our bodies are actually designed to squat while doing a number two! If you think about it, it actually makes sense. Before the invention of the toilet, that’s how people went, essentially hugging their knees, the way that you would if you had to go in the forest. Don’t worry, I’m not suggestion you start going to the forest to take a dump… But, here’s a simple trick for you! Try placing your feet on a stool with your knees higher while sitting on the toilet. This will position your colon properly. And, not only will this more natural stance make the movement faster and easier, but it will help prevent colon disease and hemorrhoids. It’s a win-win! So stop straining, and let gravity do the work instead!
Number 15 - Peeing While Standing Up Let’s face it guys, our aim isn’t always accurate and we’ve been doing it wrong the whole time. The correct way to pee is to sit on the toilet. This will not only be more relaxing but it will also avoid the mess we often create when standing while peeing. Plus whoever cleans your bathroom will praise you for your great effort. When it comes to everyday things you’ve been doing wrong all your life, the list goes on and on! Wouldn’t you say so?! Which of these surprised you the most? Let us in the comments below!
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2023.06.03 14:56 TiffanyBlue0ABAB5 Sometimes the right brush helps (journey from dry brittle hair to pretty darn decent hair)

Like many of you here on this sub, and other hair care subs, I had an issue with my hair and couldn't resolve it. I tried multiple solutions and finally found one that worked for me and I hope this can help you.
My hair: Type 1B or 1C when it's shorter and 2B when it's longer (past shoulder length). It is greying around the temples and underneath. I had some wonderful highlights done which were screwed up when my colorist called out sick and the salon felt comfortable allowing someone else to do my next session. My hair felt like doll's hair - super stiff and plasticky. They tried to fix it in house, but couldn't. All my money was refunded and then the salon asked me to not return after they screwed it up so bad. I had to cut off over 10 inches. Found out later they allowed the receptionist to apply and rinse out my toner and hair treatment while the colorist took a trip to Starbucks for a Frappuccino, I didn't know at the time, but found out after the damage was done. Right now it finally made it passed 'bob' length and almost to my shoulders.
Covering the grey: After cutting off all my hair after that disaster of a color mishaps, I decided to go back to my natural hair color while growing out, grey hair and all. As it grew, I would get trimmed off what remained of the hair dye/colored part and really tried to take care of it. When it finally got to bob length I decided to go back in to get the roots/grey covered up. After two different sessions of the colorist 'warming up' my color, which I never asked for, I decided to just do my grey areas at home on with a Demi permanent color about every 2 months on my roots and just the grey area.
Problem with the ends: I was still having a LOT of issues with the ends of my hair though - despite all the deep conditioning masks, using hair oils, etc, it just was SO brittle and dry on the ends only. I've always had a super oily scalp and dry ends. I made the mistake of listening to advice from a hairstyling YouTuber and spent a waste of money on Redken's Volume Injecting Shampoo (seriously, if you have medium or thick hair, avoid....this guy said to use it on medium hair). Same stylist said to use a leave-in condition, which actually did help, but not the brand he recommended. My ends were just SO tangled and dry.
How I tested and failed and solved this issue:
- I have oily roots. As much hate as there is for sulfates, my roots need sulfates. I always always shampoo twice. I started to use a sulfate shampoo first to really clean my scalp and shampoo with a non-sulfate shampoo second. If my hair is really greasy or oily, I'll shampoo twice with the sulfate shampoo.
- Condition in the shower but I also use a spray leave in conditioner after it's towel dried. I found less is more for my hair overall, BUT I do spray extra on the part of my ends that tangle. I found using a gentle vent brush to go through my hair afterwards helps distribute.
- Blow dry spray is key - again, I found out through trial and error that I don't need a lot, just a good light mist. I used to air dry my hair ALL the time, but it got thicker and more tangled when I did this and I could tell my hair shaft was swelling up and staying that way. I found it was more damaged - plus it takes over two hours to air dry and I cannot show up to work with sopping wet hair. If I shower at night, I find this is okay, but I try not to wash my hair at night. There are some of these combined with leave-in conditioners that work well for my hair too.
- THE BIGGEST CHANGE - using the right brush to blow dry. I used to just use a flat vented brush or a paddle brush while blowdrying my hair. It looked just fine, but it didn't have a lot of movement and still felt stiff regardless of what products I put in my hair. Shifting back to a rounded blow dry brush was the biggest game changer. I HATE using it and I'm going to state that. My arms get tired, I start sweating while using it because my hair is thick and it takes effort, I have to work in sections, but damn it makes my hair smoother and shinier and my hair moves! I can run my fingers through my hair without tangles and it feels good. I only blow dry and style on the day I shampoo and wash my hair. I don't use heat on the other days, I just adjust how I wear my hair that day.
Caveat - I don't like that massive one-step hair dryeround brush that is all the rage a few years ago. I found that particular tool did way too much damage to my hair because it seems to be hotter. Just a plain hand-held round brush in the largest barrel for your hair if I plan to wear it close to straight. There are a few smaller barrel ones that are meant for styling only in a lower heat setting, I use those at the end only, not for drying my hair.
- Hair oil - Using hair oil on my ends after blowdrying and using what little bit is left on my ends to go over my baby hairs up front has made a difference. I also put a bit of hair oil on my ends only about an hour before bed. I don't use a lot, just enough to prevent drying out.
- Hair oil before shampooing or overnight. I've read this on this sub and others and it actually works wonders. I use the OGX extra strength coconut miracle oil for this, but I'm sure there are others. I've used the Kerasate and even Argan oil. I prefer the coconut one for the price point. Either 2 hours before shampooing, best over the weekend, or the night before, put a lot of oil in your hair on the mids and ends. If doing the night before, either be prepared to change your pillowcase in the morning, or sleep with a sleep cap. When shampooing out, you do need a sulfate shampoo or clarifying shampoo to help wash off the excess oils for the first shampoo. Doing this once a week has really helped.
- Slumber cap. This has helped tremendously. There are loads on Etsy and amazon. I have a favorite I found off Etsy (as an example only) because I like it's adjustable. You can look and choose one for your head and hair length. I cannot speak enough how much a silk or satin bonnet for sleeping has helped with my hair health.
- Limit dry shampoo. Since I have oily roots, I can maybe go three days before I have to shampoo again, even using dry shampoo.

My favorite products that have worked for me during all this. They do range in price point and I use drugstore and higher end.
Paul Mitchell Shampoo Two
John Frieda Blue Crush for Brunettes <- only when my hair starts getting brassy
Kristen Ess Signature Shampoo
Trader Joes Tea Tree Tingle
Redken Hair Cleansing Cream <- omg, HG. I bought the mini size to try and a month later I still have product in it, you DON'T need a lot. Worth it.
L'Oreal Ever Pure Bond Strengthening Shampoo <- new find, very happy with this so far
Kerastase Bain Satin 2 <- I use this mostly in the winter

Matching conditioners to John Frieda products
Kerastase Nutritive Masquintese irisome <- have purchased for over 6 years. You only need a half walnut size glop even with longer hair. Less is more.
Hask conditioners in those packets you get at CVS/Walgreen. I can usually get two uses out of each packet
Nexxus conditioners in those packets, I like those too. Basically any deep conditioning drug store packets, even the keratin ones I find are good for a once a week or once a month deep conditioner

Dry shampoo:
Eva NYC Freshen Up <- have repurchased for years. I have brown hair and it doesn't leave white marks
Not Your Mother's Clean Freak

Leave in conditioneblow dry spray:
It's a 10 Miracle Silk Leave in
L'Oreal Ever Pure 21-in-1 color caring spray <- new find, I love this one

Hair Oils:
Verb Ghost Oil
Olaplex No.7
OGX coconut miracle oil
Kerastase Elixir Ultime <- lasts forever HG
Paul Mitchell Smoothing super skinny serum
Hask Argan Oil

Hair Cream:
Olaplex No. 6 (I mix this with the Paul Mitchell skinny serum sometimes, it's fabulous)

Honestly, they are all Conair brand from Target. My oldest one is hitting 6 years.

Round brush with hot air tool (doesn't get super hot for styling only):
Conair Infiniti Pro

Covering up those grey hairs without resorting to box dye:
Moroconnoil Color Conditioner in Cocoa (there are other shades) - use a hair color brush to apply to grey. Leave on about 15 minutes then add more to the rest of the hair to even out the color. The grey turns more of a light blondish color, but blends well.
Christophe Robin Shade Mask in Ash Brown - this does ashy brown SO well, but damn it's expensive.
John Frida's Brilliant Brunette Collection. Great if you want to go a bit deeper. Again, apply to the roots first and wait, then work through the rest of the hair.
Color Wow Root Cover Up - okay, I made fun of this at first but it's become a favorite now. If I pull my hair back and got some grey poking through around where my hair meets the top of my ears or want to tidy up the part in my hair, this stuff works great. AND it sticks around if you don't shampoo the next day. Once you get the hang of how to apply it, you can do it fast and it honestly does look pretty natural.

Hope all this help you on your hair journey. My goal is to grow it back to bra strap length. Since we're going to be moving in a few months I'm putting off going to a salon for color touch up and wait until we get to our new location.
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2023.06.03 14:28 ID10-T Next to Last FA Test

Getting Rid of Most of My Flavors, Part 46
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Starting Flavor Count: 2,434 (down from 2,972)
TASK OR TRASH - Each flavor gets assigned at least one task or it goes in the trash.

CAPELLA Honeydew Melon

Update. I gave CAP Honeydew Melon one chance to stick around, a recipe called “Melon Blow Pop.” Before trying it, I wondered what made this recipe a "blow pop" considering there aren't any gum flavors, but something about the way these flavors combine does give it a very interesting bubblegum-y aspect in addition to the candy melon and apple. And the candy apple-melon is great. Unfortunately, I also get a slight perfumy-type off note from the recipe. Specifically, a baby scent perfume. You know, whatever it is that makes baby stuff like baby lotion, baby oil, baby powder all have that same baby scent. I hate that, so CAP Honeydew Melon is history. TRASH 1


Accidentally passed over this one last time. I found it to be a kind of warm and spicy tobacco; with a spice note or notes similar to cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and ginger, but not specifically or distinctly any of those. Also found it odd that despite having no menthol taste or cooling it kind of hits me right in the same spot that menthol does.
I purchased this flavor to make Chem Twista Lime - cigarette with a pinch of lime - and will continue to use it for that. TASK 1 But, I can’t find anything else that I want to do with it.
I don’t know what this is, but it’s not tobacco. It tastes like dirty cooked fruit sweetness, like just part of cooked dark berries or stewed prunes, just the sweetness from them and not their distinct aromas, mixed with something earthy and pushing dirty tobacco but not authentically tobacco. But, it does taste like it would be a good ingredient to use in a fruity tobacco, like you would need a tobacco, and a fruit, but this could be a bridge ingredient.
Already plan to mix CBV’s Cherry Oak Tobacco that uses it. Will also try his Southern Lights recipe for a bourbon-vanilla tobacco that uses it TASK 2, and the very solid looking Bob’s Bacco. TASK 3 I just wished the new ATF showed steep times because I’m not sure how long to steep these. Anyone have a guess? Three weeks sound about right?
I don’t consider this tobacco flavor. It’s more like... Dirty Trail Mix, but in the best possible way.
Slightly dirty roasted nut crust? It’s an odd, complex, flavor that’s oddly weak for FA (8% is not unusual for a mix) with something lightly tobacco-ish, kind of toasty, in there somewhere along with a lot of other stuff - some roasted nuttiness, something like a graham cracker-type or pie crust bakery, a bit of caramel or brown-sugar like sweetness but not too sweet, maybe some raisin-y type sweetness as well. Dry, yet smooth. It’s not a rich flavor but it has plenty of dry bakery-like body.
No, I’m not throwing away FA Soho. I need it for 1-2-3 Burley TASK 4 and it’s used in about 10 recipes I’m planning to try.
Adding to that - I can’t wait to try Pistachio Brulee - Soho. It’s a lot of TFA Pistachio and not a lot of FA Soho for a “comforting warm deep dessert tobacco,” but I still think it’s going to be terrific. TASK 5
Will also add Maga for the simplicity - it’s just FA Soho, FLV Mild Tobacco, and FLV Vanilla tobacco. TASK 6
And because I’m feeling brave, Arcanite, a weird-looking recipe that mixes Soho with Meringue, White Peach, and TFA Dragonfruit. TASK 7
Sour Wizard
Held off on ever trying this for a long time because I’d already been burnt by too many supposedly sour things to get excited about FA coming out with Sour Wizard. Anyway, it doesn’t really taste sour, not like sour candy tastes sour, not at 2% anyway, but it definitely has a noticeably tart “pop” to it, more so than the others. Very bright. Other sour additives don’t have much fruitiness but this one does have a very slight green apple kind of taste to it. Top heavy with a dead finish but the sour-ish flavor does carry just a little deeper than just being right on top. The usual suspect acids might be the main ingredients, but FA definitely did more than just put malic and/or citric acid in a bottle with PG, and it shows. Unfortunately, I could not find a single recipe using it that I both felt inclined to mix and had all the ingredients to mix. TRASH 2
Aka, “White Winter.” Tastes like the disembodied spirit of weak spearmint gum. Not much body or sweetness. No leafy green stuff. Not extra methol-ed up.
I’m pretty sure I would be fine without it but there is just one recipe I want to try first, just to make sure.
Spearing Mint, Creamy Concoction is one. Although FA and TFA Spearmints aren’t the mints I’d choose for the job, I’m really interested in this “slight spearmint note with sweetened heavy cream” profile, and the sweetened heavy cream part looks great. TASK 8
Stark Apple
Sweet red apple, fairly accurately tastes like a red delicious apple or apple juice. I think red delicious is actually the least delicious of apples, but if you don’t, or you need that as a component, this offers it. I guess some people say it tastes more like a yellow apple but I always associate those with having more of a “ripe,” kinda sweaty taste. FA Stark Apple is quite sweet, with a deep natural sweetness, not a ton of flavor, but the flavor that’s there is on point. No tartness or crispness - not very fresh tasting. Sweet and timid enough that I would use it to sweeten a mix of other fruits without worrying much about it getting in the way. Not dry, but not really juicy. Very smooth, does not add any throat hit. Some body, with that mild flavor on top and a medium thick sweeter base, not too thin.
I really liked Strap-On Aid when I tried it six years ago, let’s see if I still do. TASK 9
There are a bunch of apple bacco recipes and at least a handful of them use FA Stark Apple. The one that looks most appealing to me is this Starkonja’s Head, mostly because it has serious, grown-up tobaccos in there and not just RY4 Double and Soho. TASK 10
Strawberry (Red Touch)
Fairly weak for FA. I call it the astronaut strawberry, not that I’ve ever had one, but it’s what I imagine eating a freeze-dried strawberry would be like. It tastes natural, with that subtle earthy note that brings some realism to the party, but unnaturally dry. Not juicy at all. Top notes are mild, slightly tart, and the finish is weak but there’s a solid middle that tastes like a semi-sweet ripe strawberry only without any juice. It’s not the best standalone strawberry by far, but it is a great tool. Seems to work really well as part of a strawberry layer to make sweet candy strawberries taste more natural and fill out the middle more, despite not working so well by itself. Cranking it up too high that earthy note starts to get a little grassy, like freeze-drying that strawberry leaves and all.
No, I do not agree with those who say it smells like farts, and no, I’m not throwing away part of the original Strap-On and many of the Strap-On variants. t’s in more than half a dozen things on my to-mix list.
I also need it for Lychee Blossom, which is a fantastic lychee recipe that I love. TASK 11
And I want to try Strawberry Whirl which is described as “layered strawberry jam, light fluffy cream on a whirl cookie.” It had me at OoO Strawberry Jam. TASK 12
StrawMelon Melee because I love cantaloupe and strawberry together and this looks like a great new cantaloupe-strawberry mix. TASK 13
Custard’s Last Stand because I’m very interested in how that WF Sugar Cone fits in there. TASK 14
Daveberry Cheesecake because it’s named after me! TASK 15
Yuno because it looks like a great strawberry milk and I’m really interested in the combination of WF Macadamia Nut and OoO Cream Milky Undertone it uses. TASK 16
Strawberry Green
That’s what it tastes like, underripe strawberry. Very green like you can taste the chlorophyll, and pretty tart, but very clearly a strawberry, and has some syrupy sweetness. It tastes like a small amount of it could do amazing things with other strawberries, like making them taste brighter and more refreshing, maybe making a flat sweet candyish strawberry taste more like the real thing.
Pretty excited to try things with this one, already have a couple planned. Mike’s Peach, Strawberry and Vanilla looks like a winner, too. I’m really interested in the combination of WF Strawberry Gummy Candy and FA Strawberry Green for the strawberry and even more interested in the combination of FA Peach White and SSA Nectarines for the peach. TASK 17
Summer Clouds
I’m not sure who started calling it FA Dryer Sheets, but I can confirm that is an accurate description. It’s supposed to be peach and rose, it think, but I get a hint of peach and a whole lot of dryer sheets. TRASH 3
There’s a really nice ladyfinger cookie buried in here, and accurate cocoa notes, but unfortunately nothing resembling mascarpone flavor or richness, and even more unfortunately, it’s all soaked in, not liqueur-spiked espresso like it’s supposed to be, but booze-free coffee brewed by a skunk who had recently sprayed skunk spray and burned some popcorn in the same kitchen where he made the coffee. TRASH 4
As best I can tell it’s actually accurate to a certain type of Italian nougat that contains lemon zest, almonds, pistachios, vanilla, sugar, honey, and egg whites. I’ve never had that, but it pretty much tastes like what I imagine all of that stuff mixed together might taste like. It’s sweet and creamy and nutty and lemony all at the same time. I’m not personally a huge fan of this mostly because the lemon feels weird in there and it seems a bit busy, for a single flavor, but it’s not terrible. It’s a little on the thin side, but just a little; there’s still enough body there to pull off a sugary creamy texture. The nuts aren’t distinctly almondy or pistachio tasting and more of a generic nuttiness.
Need it for Stag Night, also interested in trying The Key To Happiness, described as “a nice piece of store bought key lime pie like you find in the freezer section of your local grocery store. TASK 18
This one is so odd. It’s coffee, cream, and... cereal? I don’t know why there’s a bakery flavor in there. It’s coffee forward and that coffee is not terrible, it’s kind of burnt but not dark, like a light roast coffee that’s been on a warmer too long or at too high a temp. There’s a little milky cream that makes an appearance and then there’s some bakery that is, for whatever reason, supposed to be a cereal. I guess it’s cereal? It’s kinda dry and gritty, almost graham cracker like. It finishes on that note and I’m not sure what you’re supposed do with that other than use this to add a coffee note to a bakery recipe, or get really creative. No skunk spray or burnt popcorn or anything like that, so above average for a coffee flavor, but also nothing I want to mix that uses it. TRASH 5
Vanilla Bourbon
Thin, natural-ish and darker but not quite spicy vanilla. Really very plain to my taste, Rick calls it warm and a little floral. I’m not getting any warmth or floralness, it tastes more like an attempt at vanilla bean that doesn’t quite get there but is more of a bold natural vanilla than a lot of other offerings. There's a richness or depth to the vanilla flavor, but not to the concentrate itself, it’s actually rather thin, it will most likely will not add the perception of creaminess or thickness that many vanilla flavors do.
Three or four things I’ve planned to mix use it. Here’s two more: Premium Vanilla Custard - obvious from looking at it that it’s going to be delicious. I see you, OoO Marshmallow. TASK 19
And Shunsui Kyoraku. I’m scared of the WF Egg Yolk in there, but not too scared to give it a try. TASK 20
Vanilla Cookie
tTis is a very vanilla cookie. Loads of baked in kinda bright but not overly bright vanilla taste. Also, pretty buttery. There’s a nice cookie there in the middle of that butter and vanilla. Without steeping, the cookie is just a little too sharp (nutty, overcooked, pyrazine) for my taste, but it vapes smooth overall with all that vanilla and butter. If it had just a little less pyrazine sharp overcooked nuttiness (and I’m told it does have less of that with a longer steep than the five or six days I gave it before sampling 2.5%), it could get fairly close to a Golden Oreo type of thing.
I already have at least 10 recipes I’m going to make that use it, but also:
3 2 1 Stroopwaffel I don’t know how accurate that will be, but I love VT Honeycomb and looking forward to seeing how SSA Crisp Waffle and FA Vanilla Cookie mix with it. TASK 21
And Makoto Shishio, because I love the idea of an “oreo waffle with cream filling." TASK 22
Vanilla Ice Cream
Milky, plain base, not custardy at all - more like gelato. Darker vanilla. I don’t love it, simply as a matter of personal preference and liking a richer style of ice cream, but there’s nothing wrong with it. I’ve got at least recipes in line that use it, and here’s one more that stood out: Lemon Gelato. Looks refreshing and satisfying. TASK 23
Vanilla Tahity
This is every bit as much an almond flavor as a vanilla flavor, I get more almond than vanilla. It even has a bit of a cherry-ish note to it the way some almond flavors do. It’s like sweet almond-vanilla-cherry, or amaretto and marzipan. It’s a bit dry, but there’s fluffy marshmallow-like body to it, and it’s not dry enough to be unpleasant. I actually kind of enjoy vaping this as a single flavor. The hint of cherry is similar to the hint of cherry in amaretto, not a medicinal plastic cherry. The vanilla is very bright and artificial, like the vanilla in a vanilla coke, not a coke with vanilla syrup added like at a soda shop or Sonic, but just the vanilla from a can of vanilla coke.
Already planning to keep it long enough to mix one custard recipe that uses it, now I have two more things to try:
This recipe for Vanilla Crescent Cookies looks wonderful. TASK 24
And I’m really interested in the combination of VT Creaming Soda and WF Cotton Candy Jelly Bean in this Blue Balls recipe for blue raz and vanilla hard candy, even if I think FA Vanilla Tahity was probably not the best vanilla for the job. TASK 25
Vienna Cream
Absolutely requires a steep, not just to come into itself, but to not be disgusting. It’s weird how much better this gets after steeping for just about 4 days. Freshly mixed, it tastes like someone tried to make spiked eggnog and substituted nail polish remover for rum. After a short steep, it tastes like a very sweet, light dairy cream, on the thin side of creams but still very much a cream. with a bit of bright vanilla and an interesting sort of ice cream-like crispness to it. Very smooth, clean tasting. Have found it sometimes works when other creams don’t, just takes a little patience.
I need it for four of my all-time favorite recipes, Mango Beauregarde, Notorious, Vurve’s Vanilla Almond Milk, and Vanilla Cronut.
Gotta try The Worlds End, too. It looks like too much TFA DX PB for the profile - banana nut bread with chocolate sauce - but looks delicious, regardless. TASK 26
New Flavor Count: 2,429
Just a short one this time, to get back in the groove. I went on vacation, brought COVID back as a souvenir, and have had a bunch of work to catch up on because of all that. Will finish off the Flavour Art next week.
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2023.06.03 12:17 Affectionate_Bee3626 6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe.

6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe. submitted by Affectionate_Bee3626 to Veganforbeginners [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 12:14 Affectionate_Bee3626 6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe.

6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe. submitted by Affectionate_Bee3626 to Vegan_Food [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 12:12 TRIPLEOHSEVEN Honey'd honeydew with coconut cream. [Recipe]

Makes 2 creami cups
1/2 honeydew melon cubes 1 can of coconut cream 1 heaping teaspoon honey 1/4 cup sugar
Pour honeydew cubes into blend cups, pour in sugar, honey, and coconut cream diced between two cups. Freeze, process, and finally, eat.
Taste is honey forward with gentle melon notes mixed in with coconut. Top 3 best recipes BY FAR.
You GOTTA try this.
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2023.06.03 12:10 Affectionate_Bee3626 6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe.

6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe. submitted by Affectionate_Bee3626 to Vegan__Sensei [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 12:08 Affectionate_Bee3626 6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe.

6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe. submitted by Affectionate_Bee3626 to highvegans [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 12:06 Affectionate_Bee3626 6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe.

6 ingredient Vegan and gluten free Avocado, Pineapple and Coconut ice cream turns out silky smooth and luscious. This ice cream doesn’t require icecream maker, this is just blend and freeze recipe. submitted by Affectionate_Bee3626 to VeganChill [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 06:32 Snoo-50496 pizza crust, 2 ingredient

Hi all!I just stumbled across this video on keto twins on youtube. I figured this pizza crust might also work as a tortilla or fkatbread sub too.This recipe is alomst carnivore. The ingredients are egg whites, ftom real eggs. U need 4. And coconut flour . The way to make it work right is cream of tartar, but aside from that its 2 ingrdients.U basically use tgecre of tartar and egg whites to make a merangue then fold in the coconut floUr. spread on a baking sheet and bake at 350 until done.After tgat u add toppings and bake until cheese melts if ur making pizza . I assume u could also add say a bit of mozzerela and rosemary to make a ficcoticia fkavored flatbread, or leave it unseasoned and use as a toetilla or flat bread for wraps or tacos. Tjis is perfect for a soft crust pizza thats nit deep dish. Ones more common in my area. Tx really loces either crispy or soft crust pizza over deep dish, and despite me griwing up with those i actually like all of the above myself. Though i prefer siloft or deep dish over crispy 70% of tge time myself.
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2023.06.03 05:53 missy5454 pizza crust, 2 ingredient

Hi all!
I just stumbled across this video on keto twins on youtube. I figured this pizza crust might also work as a tortilla or fkatbread sub too.
This recipe is alomst carnivore. The ingredients are egg whites, ftom real eggs. U need 4. And coconut flour . The way to make it work right is cream of tartar, but aside from that its 2 ingrdients.
U basically use tgecre of tartar and egg whites to make a merangue then fold in the coconut floUr. spread on a baking sheet and bake at 350 until done.
After tgat u add toppings and bake until cheese melts if ur making pizza . I assume u could also add say a bit of mozzerela and rosemary to make a ficcoticia fkavored flatbread, or leave it unseasoned and use as a toetilla or flat bread for wraps or tacos.
Tjis is perfect for a soft crust pizza thats nit deep dish. Ones more common in my area. Tx really loces either crispy or soft crust pizza over deep dish, and despite me griwing up with those i actually like all of the above myself. Though i prefer siloft or deep dish over crispy 70% of tge time myself.
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2023.06.03 01:02 Yohnser [SELL] [US to US] Brand New NAVA, BPAL, Possets Added! Alpha Musk, BPAL, Damask Haus, Haus of Gloi, Imaginary Authors, Moonalisa, NAVA, Poesie, Possets, Pylies, Sorcellarie, Solstice Scents, Sugar and Spite, Whisper Sisters

[SELL] [US TO US] [PERFUME] [Bath & Body]New Possets and NAVA Added! Hi all! Selling samples that didn’t work out for me.
Shipping is $5 for perfume and I’ll quote for bath & body. Please don’t ghost, if you change your mind please just let me know!
**Alpha Musk**
Hard Luck - Not notes: Slink - 3.00Lies & Lace - No notes: 5mL rollerball used 2x - 13.00
Blood - A vital, bold scent, throbbing with sensuality. Essence of dragon's blood resin, thickened with myrrh and cherry, with a trickle of clove: Imp - 4.00
Bobbing for Ball Gags - Black leather, honeyed amber, and a bite of apple: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Bobbing for Blood Kisses - Gleaming red apples sloshing through lush, creamy vanilla and the honey of the sweetest kiss smeared with the vital throb of husky clove, swollen red cherries, but darkened with the vampiric sensuality of vetiver, soporific poppy and blood red wine, and a skin-light pulse of feral musk: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Burial - The dark side of Earth: deep, brooding forest scents, including juniper and patchouli. The scent of upturned cemetery loam mingling with floral offerings to the dead: Imp - 4.00
Calico Jack - Sea air, driftwood, waterlogged kelp, and the memory of plundered spices sprayed over worn leathers, rough musk, and the salty wooden floorboards of revenge: Imp - 4.00
Dead Leaves, Praline, & Sheer Vanilla - Dead leaves, praline, and sheer vanilla: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Djinn - The scent of black smoke, of crackling flames, and smoldering ashes: Imp - 4.00
Elegba - Coconut, tobacco and sweet, sugared rum: BPAL Imp - 4.00
Every Sweet Thing - Honey-dripping plakous, rose petals, caramelized hazelnut, and goat's milk: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Highest Quality Vagina - Golden amber and vanilla milk, sweet almond, honey, and soft incense: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
An Introduction to Illustrious Kabuki Actors - White sandalwood, vanilla bean, fig froth, and buttercream: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Kiseru - Red sandalwood, vanilla husk, and tobacco smoke: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Lawful - Rigid oak, blue chamomile, rhubarb, and fig leaf: Imp - 4.00
Luceat - Wispy cashmere musk, sweet amber, iris butter, heliotrope, and tolu balsam: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
A Medley of Vulvas - Bourbon vanilla, pink labdanum, pink pepper, honey, and Bushman's candle absolute: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Night-Gaunt - The scent of their thick, rubbery hides is bittersweet, ticklish, and skin-creeping: something akin to yuzu, white grapefruit, and kumquat mixed with the snow-dusted flowers of Mount Ngranek: Imp - 4.00
Obatala - Obatala's ofrenda is soft, white, and pure: milk, coconut meat, shea butter and cool, refreshing water: Imp - 4.00
Oda a La Luz Encantada - Moroccan amber, sweet cream, lavender mist, Roman chamomile, golden musk, and pear blossoms: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Othello - Arabian musk with two roses and a bevy of Middle Eastern and Indian spices: Imp - 4.00
The Small Brown Cat - Warm brown fur, cardamom-infused bourbon vanilla, and a touch of cedarwood: 5mL used 2x - 25.00
Santa Doesn't Need Your Help - Sugar plum, lavender, marshmallows: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
In Silvery Accents, Whispering Low - Cardamom-infused coffee bean, myrrh smoke, vanilla bean, fir needle, and warm, velvet spices: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Snow White Rider - White leather, vanilla ice, and frosted sandalwood: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Still Life With Dooting Skull - Bourbon vanilla with wildflower honey, licorice root, coconut milk, and nutmeg: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Tavern of Hell - White gardenia, ambergris bouquet, lavender fougere, orange blossom, melissa, tobacco flower, coriander, ebony wood, ylang ylang, absinthe and aged whiskey: Imp - 4.00
Tiefling Therapist - A soothing, centering blend of white and red sandalwood, champaca attar, frankincense, and brimstone: Imp - 4.00
This More Than Bloody Deed - Wildflower honey, bourbon vanilla, and lush red labdanum: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
And I Wede My Corne Well I-Now - The scent of the hay harvest suffused with golden amber sunbeams, green cardamom, a handful of hazelnuts, and a bit of clove husk - 5.00Unarmed and Laughing - Sugared vanilla amber with a pop of champagne grape: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Velvet Snow - Frosted sandalwood, vanilla slush, cacao, and myrrh: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Young Corn - Corn Husks and upturned soil, haystacks and spicy late summer breezes: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Young Pilgrim Girl - Black silk and crisp line, polished abalone, wildflower honey, jasmine milk, and rose-touched sweet cream: Ajevie Slink - 5.00
Wicked - A sophisticated, womanly scent: rich myrrh and jasmine draped in the subtlest rose: Imp - 4.00
**Damask Haus**
Damasco - A sultry fusion of spice and sweet, this scent features sweet spiced amardine, warm spicy cardamom, balsamic-spicy elemi, dark creamy vanilla custard balanced by a whisper of grounding patchouli: 2mL roller - 6.50
Fairy Dust - Fairies are not the cute little tinker bells as they are often depicted. Their magic is powerful and fluid with their emotional states. A festive fairy's dust can lull you into bliss whereas a foul mooded fae can dust your ass into utter chaos. Thank god you brought her an offering.. Notes: midnight air in the fae realm where sandalwood trees bloom spun sugar puffs, a wreath of subtle jasmine and sweets sets atop an old stump adorned with a cotton tablecloth that sways in the wind as an offering: 2mL - 6.50
La Petite Mort au Chocolat - Rich cocoa absolute unites simple creamy vanilla and the complex (tobacco vanilla almond) gourmand essence of tonka with a slide of silk across hard aromatic cedar, warm moss, and resinous honey-rich wood amber: 2mL roller - 6.50
Lavender Lace - Lavender, honey, sugar crusted lilacs, vetiver: 2mL roller - 6.50
Pumpkin Monkey - A combination of two comfort food desserts! Who doesn't love pulling apart monkey bread, sticky and sweet? Add pumpkin and it's just too much to resist, at least for us! Notes: pumpkin puree, fresh baked sweetbread, sticky sweet syrup icing, pinch of cinnamon and spices: 2mL roller - 6.50
**Haus of Gloi**
Plotter's Breakfast - Oaty porridge, stove smoke, kindling wood, a hint of gunpowder and pinch of sweet pipe tobacco: Slink - 2.00
Winter Divinity - Sugary white vanilla divinity with a surprising jolt of peppermint: Slink - 1.00
**Imaginary Authors**
The Cobra and the Canary - Lemon, orris, tobacco flowers, leather, hay fields, asphalt: 2mL sprayer used 4x - 3.50
Moonlight Tuberose - No notes - 2.00
**Nocturne Alchemy**
Be My Valentine '23 - Toasted coconut, coconut cake accord, warm caramel accord, Bastet's Ice Cream, caramelized cinnamon accord, and vanilla creme: Crypta Slink - 6.00
Bois de Santal Rouge Vanille - NA Red Sandalwood (nine sandalwood blend) Bastet's Musk absolute, vanilla bean cordial, Bourbon accord infused with Madagascar vanilla beans, Ugandan vanilla bean essence, Moonstone Vanilla absolute (Studio Limited), Bourbon Vanilla absolute (SL), brown sugar and Tahitian Vanilla creme: CO Slink - 7.00
C.C. Caramel Apple Chai Marshmallow Musk - Cotton candy accord, caramelized apple skin, caramel apple accord, vanilla bean, toasted mallow root essential oil and accord, chai black tea (spices of cardamom, star anise, ginger, nutmeg, clove, Cinnamon), Bastet's ice cream confection and aged Bastet's Musk: Crypta Slink - 5.50
C.C Pumpkin Spice Marshmallow Musk - Cotton candy accord, vanilla bean, mallow root, pumpkin puree accord, pumpkin spices of nutmeg, butter-cinnamon and blended into Bastet's Musk: white floral blends of tuberose, mallow, angelica, musk flower, and white lily: Crypta Slink - 5.50
Cotton Candy Vanilla Marshmallow Musk - Crystalline absolute, vanilla bean liquer, Bastet's Musk, marshmallow creme, vanilla, mallow root, vanilla cotton candy accord: CO Slink - 6.00
Crystalline #4 - French lavender, Tahitian lavender, Pink Lily of the Valley enfleurage, pink sugar accord, Kashmir Red Musk absolute Studio Limited, Bastet's Amber, and Crystalline (Studio Limited): 7.75
Crystalline #9 - Vanilla incense accord, myrrh incense, vanilla pod, white cardamom essence, white amber, myrrh wood, Amber accord, sandalwood, and Crystalline (SL): CO Slink - 7.75
Eclipse Alnaeim - Pink vanilla accord, labdanum and pink patchouli accord, eNVie saphir, tonka bean, Moonstone Vanilla absolute (Studio Limited), amber (ozymandias) absolute and vanilla bean husk: Crypta Slink - 7.50
Eclipse Rakkaus - Tonka bean, Kashmir red musk absolute (Studio Limited), black patchouli, baked sugar cookie accord, brown sugar, Bastet's Amber absolute, Moonstone vanilla absolute (Studio Limited), and butter cream frosting essence: Crypta Slink - 7.50
Eclipse Tesoro - Sweet tobacco, pink peppercorn, orange blossom honey accord, Bourbon Vanille absolute, Kobalt Vanilla, Labdanum, and Madagascar Vanilla: CO Slink - 8.00
Encens Bois - Japanese cedar incense accord, Atlas cedar absolute, santalum absolute, Japanese hinoki wood incense, Roman frankincense, frankincense resin tears, and musk: Crypta Slink - 6.50
Encens Vanille - Vanilla bean cordial, labdanum resin, benzoin resin, incense accord, Arabian myrrh wood, Moonstone absolute (Studio Limited), and black vanilla bean infused Ponderosa pine: Crypta Slink - 6.50
Googly Cat - Candied peppermint accord, Egyptian sugar, dark chocolate accord, cacao absolute, Bastet's Musk enhanced with cacao and chocolate accords, and Crystalline Vanilla absolute (Studio Limited): Crypta Slink - 6.00
Halloween 2016 Anubis - Burning patchouli, incense and black honey beneath the darkening skyline. A touch of bergamot and grapefruit essential oil: 2mL - 8.50
Halloween 2022 - Caramel apple accord, green apple skin, marshmallows on an open flame, sweet vanilla caramel, Bastet's Ice Cream absolute accord, light pumpkin spices of nutmeg, white cinnamon and a light firewood and ember rounded out with vanilla bean extracts: Ajevie Slink - 5.50
Llama Llama 2 - Bourbon vanilla absolute (Studio Limited), vanilla bean liqueur, cream soda accord, caramelized patchouli essence and Bastet's Ice Cream: Crypta Slink - 6.00
Sorry I am a Monster - Cinnamon sugar, fried vanilla pastry with powdered sugar accord, sugar, mallow root, toasted marshmallow accord, Bourbon Vanille absolute (Studio Limited) and musk: Crypta Slink - 6.00
Neon Wolf - Vegan leather accord, Studio Limited santalum absolute, vanilla bean, Russian pine with vanilla laced pine needles and Canadian red pine - Crypta Slink - 4.00
V2023 - Pink sugar cube accord, vanilla bean cordial, caramelized brown sugar, caramel butter white chocolate accord, limestone amber, lemon cotton candy accord, and Bastet's Musk - CO Slink - 6.00
Zeus Vanilla Pound Cake - Vanilla, pound cake accord, vanilla bean, vanilla pod, vanilla icing, Bastet's Musk, and creamed (vegan) butter accord: CO Slink - 6.75
Bijou - Ruby red grapefruit, cardamom, a gin-inspired blend of botanicals including cucumber, rose, juniper, lemon + orange peel, coriander, caraway, pink + black peppercorns, angelica + orris root: 1.15mL - 3.50
Sleepy Ghost - Marshmallow pillows sprinkled with natural lavender essential oil and absolute for sweet dreams: 1.15mL with damaged label - 3.00
Sucre Vanilla - Sparkling white sugar laced with vanilla bean: 2mL with dip - 6.00
Spellbound and Snug - Fizzy cream soda, butterscotch ribbons, marshmallow whipped cream, rosewood desks and squashy armchairs, a cheerful fire: 2mL and 1.15mL with damaged label - 6.50 or 3.00
The Arrow of Love - Sandalwood, sweet oude, golden amber, a touch of mint leaves: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Bolero - Lilac and crystal musk. Floral but very modern: Slink with label taped - 2.00
Cupid and Psyche - Sweet black and Mexican vanilla dance with patchouli on a bed of incense: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Guinevere - Crystalline and yet warming, sandalwood is the precious main component of the blend: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Henry VIII and Jane Seymour - Red musk, hawthorne, golden honey, fine fat vanilla, and sweetest amber: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Judith - Dark Haitian vetiver, cardamom, 'white' sandalwood, tears of frankincense, a very light waft of Madagascar vanilla and a goodly portion of rosewood: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Min Min - Sandalwoods, three of them, combined with the rich enticing scent of leather, a strong and classic patchouli rounds out the central trio. However, there manages to be a soft center to the group, thanks to a slight infusion of rose (and it is not a strong rose scent but one which blended into the mix to be a sent "emollient" to the mix. Resinous, spicy, leathery, assertive: Slink with label taped - 2.00
Perpetual Motion Heart - An infusion of luan wood extract, a small amount of copra, dry vanilla liquor, a white agar note, and hellebore: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Plenary Indulgence - Strong and sweet, the ineffable scent of lilacs combined with a whiff of smoke, knit together with a shot of resin: Slink with handwritten label - 1.00
Ready to Wear Pink Corset - Musk, vanilla bean liquor, a slight tang of steel, and a mist of pink lily: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Reason - Five vanillas and three toffees and a big glop of butter and cream on it all: 6mL used 5x - 17.00
Riding St. George - A very nice bit of leather bounces off a bouquet of black vanilla, iris, and chypre: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Salome - Black and African myrrh, frankincense, cedar, ivory musk, green coffee pulp extract, and a very light misting of black Mexican vanilla: Ajevie Slink - 3.00
Silver Leather - Possets' silver base meets up with strong leather and the two live happily ever after: Ajevie Slink - 4.00
Zombie - You really need a big dose of toasted marshmallow and oude, a bit of burnt stick, and the unmistakable fragrance of the crisp autumn air. Resinous and goody at the same time. Smoky sticky fun: Slink with label taped - 2.00
Is It Fall Yet? - Pumpkin incense, stale gingerbread, a drop of honey: Pylie Slink - 2.50
**Sorcellarie Apothecary**
Frostbitten - Juniper leaf, douglas fir, fir balsam absolute, white amber, golden amber, cardamom, Himalayan cedar, sandalwood, caramelized sugar, and a hint of maraschino cherry: 1ml sample: 3.50
**Solstice Scents**
Black Leather, Red Lace - Amber, vanilla, & leather: Slink RIS - 2.00
Loggia - Mahogany, amber, musk, vanilla bean, all-spice, cardamom, black pepper, cognac, & sandalwood: Slink x2 - 3.00
**Sugar and Spite**
Bugs n Hisses - Candied apple, coconut shreds, Egyptian and white musks, red currant, vanilla and cashmere: Slink (label is damaged but readable) - 2.00
**Whisper Sisters**
Ghosts of Christmas Past - No notes. 10.00
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2023.06.02 23:23 salmoapp Keto Vegetarian: Exploring the Combination of Keto and Vegetarian Diets

Are you a vegetarian who's interested in exploring the keto diet? In this post, we'll dive into the concept of "keto vegetarian" and discuss how to follow a vegetarian diet while maintaining ketosis. Let's explore this exciting combination!
The keto diet, known for its low-carb and high-fat approach, typically relies on animal-based protein sources like meat, fish, and poultry. However, with a few modifications, it's possible to follow a vegetarian version of the keto diet. Here's how:
  1. Embrace plant-based fats: Since the keto diet requires high fat intake, focus on incorporating plant-based fats into your meals. Avocados, nuts and seeds, olive oil, coconut oil, and full-fat dairy (for lacto-vegetarians) can be excellent sources of healthy fats.
  2. Prioritize low-carb vegetables: Fill your plate with low-carb vegetables such as leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, bell peppers, and mushrooms. These veggies are rich in nutrients while being relatively low in carbohydrates.
  3. Opt for vegetarian protein sources: Instead of animal protein, choose vegetarian sources like eggs, tofu, tempeh, seitan, edamame, and vegetarian-friendly protein powders. These options can help meet your protein needs while adhering to a vegetarian diet.
  4. Incorporate healthy dairy and eggs: If you consume dairy as a lacto-vegetarian, include full-fat dairy products like cheese, Greek yogurt, and heavy cream. Eggs are also an excellent source of protein and healthy fats.
  5. Stay mindful of net carbs: Net carbs are calculated by subtracting the fiber content from the total carbohydrates. Pay attention to the net carb count of the vegetarian foods you consume to ensure you stay within your desired keto range.
The keto vegetarian diet can offer several potential benefits, including weight loss, improved blood sugar control, increased energy levels, and enhanced mental focus. However, it's essential to consider a few points:
  1. Nutrient balance: Ensure you're obtaining a variety of nutrients by including a wide range of colorful vegetables, healthy fats, and adequate protein sources in your meals.
  2. Individual needs: Every individual is different, and what works for one person may not work the same way for another. Listen to your body, monitor your health, and make adjustments as necessary.
  3. Seek professional guidance: If you have any specific dietary concerns or underlying health conditions, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian who can provide personalized guidance and support.
Are you a keto vegetarian or considering adopting this approach? Share your experiences, challenges, and favorite recipes in the comments below. Your insights may inspire and help others on their keto vegetarian journey.
Remember, the key to success is finding a balance that works for you, supporting your health, and enjoying the process of exploring new foods and flavors.
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2023.06.02 23:21 Ralts_Bloodthorne First Contact - Chapter 960 - The Setting Sun

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No matter how terrible a weapon the Terrans have produced to use upon you, know this: They've got something worse they didn't want to use. - Wemterran analyst
Desperate times call for desperate measures. - Codex of Forbidden Truth
That's the worst thing I've ever seen. - Everyone, sooner or later.
The worst you've seen so far. - The smartass next to them.
Magnus hummed to himself as he reached up and plucked a lemon from the tree.
The day was pleasant. A warm breeze, the artificial sun was shining, and the orchard park smelled of plants, growing things, fruit, and the faint scent of water from the lake.
He heard the sounds of power armor behind him and sighed.
Of course you have to ruin my day, he thought.
Outwardly, nothing changed.
Inside, Magnus activated his combat systems, putting them on either standby or low power.
"I can hear you," Magnus said, starting to peel the lemon as he turned around slowly.
The two Sword Knights stood facing him, blaze rifles leveled, roughly a hundred meters away.
"We have to secure the SUDS facility," Sword One stated.
"Mommy said so," the second one said.
Magnus nodded. "And we should always do what our mothers tell us to do," he said agreeably. He nodded down toward the lemon he was peeling. "Want a bite?"
"No," Sword Two said.
"Enough with the fruit!" Sword One said.
"What? I like fruit," Magnus said. He held up the lemon. "This one in particular. It has certain acids that I need. The vitamins and minerals in it are crucial to a healthy and happy life."
"If swear to God, if you say one more word about fruit..." Sword One said, letting the threat hang in the air.
Magnus smiled, taking a bite out of the lemon and slowly chewing it, enjoying the sour acidic taste.
"We have to kill you. You aren't authorized to be here," Sword One said.
"And your mother told you to," Magnus said, swallowing the bite. He smiled. "You sent the Tome Knight to kill my sister and the Rose Knight to kill my Captain."
Sword Two nodded. "By now, your sister is dead and the Captain has killed that alien."
Magnus chuckled, taking another bite and chewing slowly.
"What's so funny?" Sword One asked.
Magnus kept chewing and smiling.
"ANSWER ME!" Sword One shouted.
Magnus held up his hand, making a show of chewing and then swallowing.
"That you think my sister is dead," Magnus said. He chuckled again. "Archaic armor. Out of date weaponry I wouldn't use for home defense. Against us. The Twins."
Magnus gave no clue that he had read Captain Nakteti's messages on his retinal link.
"You have a sword. We have guns," Sword Two sneered.
"And a lemon," Magnus held up the half-eaten peeled lemon.
"THAT'S IT!" Sword One screamed.
For Magnus everything suddenly slowed down as his mind and body went into overdrive. He let go of the lemon and it seemed to hang in mid-air as he moved forward, drawing his sword. He could feel the 'sleeper' implants in his muscles go offline, feel his full strength flowing into his body as his muscle tissue purged the ATP-blockers that normally filled his muscle tissue.
The two armored figures were stock still to Magnus as he moved up to them, came to a stop, his foot throwing up dirt as he skidded sideways, sword back behind his head.
One stroke and he pivoted smoothly, turning and making another stroke.
The sparks were just starting to flash. The lemon was only a few inches lower than it was.
Magnus stepped behind them, the tip of his sword biting deeply into the backs of the knees on first the right legs, then the left legs of both armored men.
He felt the crunch of metal and circuitry.
But no soft spongy feeling of flesh.
He finished up with running back to the lemon, which had dropped a foot, sheathing his blade, and grabbing the lemon out of mid-air.
Sparks hadn't even shot from the backs of the Chronotronic Knight's knees. Their hands were just starting to drop from the wrists, the rifles just starting to fall into two pieces.
His systems went back to standby.
The hands dropped to the ground, still holding the rifle. Sparks shot from the backs of the knees and the amputated wrists.
Both Chronotronic Knights screamed.
Magnus took a bite of the lemon, chewing slowly as he walked forward.
"You know," he said conversationally, "If you're going to pick a fight with someone, you really shouldn't drop your hands before you pull the trigger."
He stopped and looked down at them. "You might want to be sure you can stand and fight too."
Sword Two looked up. "You cheated," he said.
Magnus frowned. It sounded like the armored man was crying.
"All's fair," Magnus shrugged. "You tried punching way out of your weight class."
"Mommy's going to be mad my hands fell off," the other one said.
To Magnus it sounded like he was weeping. He frowned as he popped the last of the lemon into his mouth and moved around behind Sword One.
"Well, let's get a look at you," he said, reaching out and feeling under the edge of the helmet.
"No. Don't. You're not supposed to look at us," Sword One said, trying to move forward on his knees.
"Mommy doesn't want people to look at us," Sword Two said.
Magnus stepped back, his frown deepening.
He hadn't felt any emergency catches or any other way to remove the helmet.
It felt more like a robot's head than a power armor helmet.
"Magnus! Don't! Don't kill them!" Nakteti's voice rang in his ear.
"Why not?" Magnus asked, looking at where both of the armored men were pushing around their hands with the stumps of their wrists.
When she told him, his eyes opened wide and he stared at the two weeping Knights with horrified eyes.
"Menhit redeem us," he whispered.
The cherry broke free of the branch with an almost inaudible snap, the fruit bright red and full of sweet juice filled pulp.
Surscee lowered her hand and looked at the cherry, smiling.
To her, fruit was better tasting then the scientifically designed to appeal to the broadest palates nutri-forge template driven foods.
True, it had a small bee-kiss on one side, but that little brown imperfection made her smile.
She used a thumbnail to split the cherry at the seam and shuck the pit out, sucking the juice off of the pit before tucking it into a pocket on her leather skirt. She popped the cherry in her mouth and slowly turned around.
"Sooner or later, you have to make a decision," Surscee said, smiling. "You can stand in the bushes until the anomaly burns out if you want, but you might get bored."
"The final two SUDS layers are separating," came the synthesized male voice of the Tome Knight.
"Indeed," Surscee said. "That is why we can pick the fruit now. Before, the overlapping temporal zones made it impossible to pick them. This," she hefted the stem in her hand. "Means that we were successful."
"I cannot permit unauthorized access to this facility. It's mankind's one edge against a universe that Momma says wants nothing more than to destroy us," the Tome Knight said.
"I could say the same," Surscee said. "An archaic violent relic of a time nine thousand years in our past. Scarred by the Glassing and riven by The Scream. Out of time, your people dead and gone, the war you are fighting taught to children in school with all the passion of a bread recipe, your enemy now one of our most valued allies."
"That changes nothing!" the Tome Knight said.
The voice suddenly changed to that of a little girl.
"I'll kill her mommy. I won't let her get away," the Tome Knight said.
"That voice isn't your mommy," Surscee said, turning away.
"Yes it is," the Tome Knight's voice was male again.
"Your mommy isn't here," Surscee said. "Just as my mother is not here," she reached up and plucked another cherry.
"She won't get away, mommy," the little girl voice.
"Did it hurt?" Surscee asked, pitting the cherry with her thumbnail.
"Did what hurt?" the male voice again.
"What they did to you. Before they sealed you in that armor. When they sealed you in that armor. Did it hurt?" Surscee reached up and plucked a trio of cherries touching each other. She turned around, pitting them with her thumbnail.
"Does it hurt now?" she asked.
The Tome Knight was holding still.
"Your head hurts. Your angry," Surscee said softly, walking forward slowly. "What are you, Knight of the Tome? In that armor, what are you?"
"Mommy says not to tell," the Tome Knight said. The blaze rifle was leveled at Surscee. "I'm sorry, but mommy says you have to die."
Surscee brought her hand up, rings of light filled with glowing runes around her hand, wrist, and forearm.
The Tome Knight pulled the trigger.
The golden-white beam hit something in front of Surscee's palm, a rippling field full of runic script appearing.
Surscee kept walking forward, chewing on the cherry in her mouth. Still holding the cherries in her hand, she used her thumb and forefinger to release the catches on the front of her leather bustier, the exposed top slope of her breasts already glimmering with sweat.
The Tome Knight screamed in rage and pulled the trigger again.
Surscee held her hand out, wrist cocked, the beam hitting the field in front of her palm, as she kept walking slowly forward. She held out two fingers from the hand she was holding the cherries with, making a quick set of runes.
The rifle started to dissolve.
"MOMMY SAYS CHOP YOU UP!" the Tome Knight screamed, dropping the crumbling rifle and reaching for the force blade on their waist.
Surscee used her thumb to pop another cherry in her mouth as she took another step forward. She drew a quick rune with her cherry juice stained fingers, stepping through the glowing rune as she did so, sweat running down her back, her shoulders steaming as the sweat evaporated.
The Tome Knight held out the force blade handle and thumbed the trigger.
Nothing happened.
They clicked it again.
Surscee shook her head. "It will avail you not. I disabled it as soon as you raised the rifle," she said.
A halo of light appeared around the Tome Knight's clenched fist, shining edges with runes moving in a circle in the middle of the halo.
The Tome Knight stared at the force blade as Surscee took another pair of steps forward.
"You face a sorceress, whose knowledge far exceeds your own, child," Surscee said, the words more habit than thought through.
"I'M NOT YOUR CHILD!" the Tome Knight screamed, distortion filling the voice, throwing away the force blade handle and shaking their hand.
Surscee frowned.
"I can hit you to death!" the Tome Knight said, raising their arms and preparing to rush forward.
Surscee made quick motions and chains of burning blue fire leapt up from the ground, going around the Tome Knight's waist, their wrists, their ankles, their chest, around their neck. The chains clattered as they tightened.
The Tome Knight went over backwards with a cry of rage, screaming louder when they were pulled spread-eagle.
Surscee tossed the last cherry up in the air, opening her mouth and catching it, before walking up and stopping next to the Tome Knight.
"No. Mommy says I have to kill you," the Tome Knight said.
Surscee frowned at how it sounded like the Tome Knight was weeping behind the synthesized voice.
"What are you in there?" she asked softly. "Ion bonded warsteel laminate. Nanite protective layer in the laminate," she touched the chest.
"DON'T TOUCH ME!" the Tome Knight screamed. "MOMMY! HELP ME, MOMMY!"
Surscee leaned forward to look into the optics of the helmet, uncaring that her breasts dropped from her loosened bustier beyond the fact that she could feel the heat rush off of her.
She froze at the odd noise the Tome Knight started making.
The Tome Knight was stock still, staring at Surscee's exposed breasts.
And making a lip smacking sucking sound.
"Oh, by the dark and fell fallen Titans Fyzar and Monstersano," Surscee said, her hand going to her mouth with shock. "Bellona protect me from such evil."
Nakteti looked away from where Surscee was standing at the head of the medical bed, gently stroking the helmeted forehead of the Tome Knight.
"They're what?" she asked Chuck.
"It's hard to explain. I don't even know how it was done," Chuck said.
"Try," Nakteti said.
"They're children," Surscee said softly. "No, they're infants," she stroked the forehead of the helmet. "Enraged infants."
"But I thought the Digital Omnimessiah cured that," Nakteti said. "The Second Miracle."
"These... these..." Chuck said.
"People," Magnus said, his voice hard and brooking no argument. "Call them people, if nothing else for what they could have been."
"These people," Chuck's shoulders slumped. "Are enraged infants impressed with SUDS recordings of trained Combine troops. Who knows what else was done to them."
"But we've been working for years," Nakteti protested.
"Chronotrons keep them from changing too much. They're basically frozen like that," Chuck said. "This... this is monstrous."
"Are he in pain?" Magnus asked, looking up from the Knight of the Sword his hand was resting on.
"He was, till I overrode the suit interface," Chuck said. "They feel damage to the suit as if you had done it to their bodies," he gave a defeated sounding sigh. "They're young enough that their brains never discerned the difference between their own bodies and the armor. To their brains, they're one and the same."
"Can you do anything?" Surscee asked.
Chuck shook his head. "I wouldn't know where to even start. I barely understand what was done to them, much less how it was done. Without that, I have no idea how to undo it."
"The Old Gods preserve us," Nakteti said, shaking her head.
"It might be more merciful just to kill them," Chuck said.
Magnus looked around the room in the empty medical center, saw everyone's face, and gave a sigh of frustration.
"I'll do it," he said, drawing the knife from his belt. He looked at the others. "Why don't you go outside."
"I will stay," Surscee said, her voice soft and gentle. "I will not leave my brother alone to perform such a terrible task."
"As your liege, I will stay to witness what was done by my will," Nakteti said.
"Well, that means I can't leave. I'm not going to be the guy who leaves," Chuck said.
"Digital Omnimessiah grant me the strength to carry the burden of what I must do," Magnus said solemnly, placing his hand on the left side of the Sword Knight's chest, lowering the dagger to aim at the side of the armor. "Give me the guidance to do what is right, what is merciful, no matter how heavy the task is."
There was a light buzzing sound, like bees.
"Stay thy hand, Magnus."
Nakteti turned and stared.
The Digital Omnimessiah stood at the doorway, made up of flowing blue code with splotches of silver here and there.
"I am with you. Let me guide you along this dark path."
Nakteti went down on one knee.
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2023.06.02 22:58 cat_coven Where it started vs how it’s going!

Where it started vs how it’s going!
I had bone straight hair until I was 17 or so and then my hormones went in to overdrive and completely changed my hair texture over the last 10 years! I have super fine hair and A LOT of it despite age and stress thinning it quite a bit! It’s thick and fickle and a pain to work with, I always have a hair tie for when I give up. It absolutely hate’s basically any protein and is super low porosity as well but gets ungodly greasy easily - worst is at my temples.
Never colored, habitual bun/ponytail wearer, rarely heat damaged, guilty of going 6-18 months between haircuts
-Wash x2 and condition with NYM Blue Sea Kale and Coconut water (or JVN volume line in the teal bottle), brush through with wet brush -every 2ish weeks clarify with suave daily clarifying and/or Paul Mitchell Tea Tree (my scalp gets super oily and I have a bad habit of picking at anything and everything so it helps soothe that as well) special, deep condition with NYM green tea apple blossom butter mask, brush through with wet brush -NYM curl cream applied in shower, brushed through and squished in with palmfuls of water until good clumps form (bowl method hurt my back too much so I kind of modified it into a shower method that works for me) -NYM frizz control sculpting gel - glaze over and scrunch in. Brush through with wet brush and scrunch to reform curl clumps (add more water if needed) -microplop and apply NYM curl activation mousse, scrunch until fully incorporated -microplop, small dab of gel emulsified and then add a little water as well. Gently scrunch through and add a little water to hands to get remaining residue and scrunch through -plop for 20-30min, air dry and slept on -wet with water to reactivate and scrunch to define -when dry, SOTC with JVN nourishing nourishing shine drops
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