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Phyrra Says Vol 41 Cruelty Free Brands, Ageism

Phyrra Says Vol 41 Cruelty Free Brands, Ageism

Phyrra Says Vol 41 Cruelty Free Brands, Ageism and a life update too! I talk about a weird doctor’s office experience, my trip to Indiana to visit my family, cruelty free brands being bought by non-cruelty free parent companies and hair.

Phyrra Says Vol. 41 – Ageism in the Beauty Community, Cruelty Free Brands and Parent Companies

What I’m Wearing in the Video

Fashion
PattyBoutik Keyhole shirt (I love this so much I have it in black and purple)
Bunny Paige Dragonfly Necklace
Octopus Ring
Rogue & Wolf Black Midi Ring

Eyes
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Enigma
NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder
My Pretty Zombie Dead By Dawn, Grimdeva, Gangrenous eyeshadows
Aromaleigh Heloderma Suspectum
Tarte Black Clay Paint Liner
NARS Olympia (vanilla side)
Makeup Geek Moon Phase
Chella Ebony Brow Cream

Face
Flower Erase Everything Foundation in Sheer as Primer
Kat Von D Light 41 Foundation mixed
Nyx Pro Foundation Mixer in Opalescent 
Aromaleigh Digitalis Purpurea – contour
My Pretty Zombie Niacin – blush
Makeup Geek Moon Phase – highlight

Lips
Colour Pop Marshmallow pencil
Sugarpill Kimchi lipstick

Nails
Cult Nails Nevermore (discontinued, try KBShimmer Eclipse)
ILNP Ice House

Have you ever had an uncomfortable doctor’s visit? Let me know below!

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  • It was quite interesting to hear what you had to say about ageism in the beauty industry. If you think it’s bad when you are 38, it is WAY worse when you are 60+ as I am. Even though I am told I look younger ((I have been mistaken for my grand daughter’s mother on several occasions) and I take care of my skin etc and obviously wear makeup, in some beauty shops the MUA’s just don’t want to know you – I am looking at you Mecca Maxima in Melbourne, sometimes Priceline, sometimes at department stores’ beauty counters. It is like you are not there. And you are quite correct about how an older person has more disposable income to spend on beauty and skincare products.
    On a separate note, I am really pleased that your trip to Indiana and beyond worked out so well for you and your family. It’s great to catch up – I did that recently with my relatives in another state and it was fabulous too.
    Spending several hours in a hair salon would not be fun. But some colours are hard to work with too. Anyway, your hair looks lovely.

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