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Monday, 30 March 2015

Wedding | The National Wedding Show

Wedding Update

At the end of last month my Fiance and I went to the National Wedding Show when it came to London. I wasn't too sure what to expect, especially as at £20 per ticket the entrance prices were expensive but I knew if I didn't go I would regret it. After all, this was the final one before our wedding in September and I knew I'd never go after so pretty much a once in a lifetime opportunity.

When we arrived I was surprised to see there were no queues and we were able to walk straight in. As we entered the room and I saw endless stalls going into the distance I was filled with excitement, it really gave me the wedding buzz and it was lovely for my Fiance to be involved too.

The stalls were split over two levels and it took us around four hours to look at them, speak to people and stop to have a bite to eat so it's definitely not something that can be rushed. We even skipped a lot of the stalls because we didn't need to look at dresses or photographers as we already had those arranged. One thing I would be wary of is being pressured by some people to book them and buy things. We had that from a couple of people and it ruined the experience a little. Don't let them try to force you into doing anything or rushing, it's your big day and it's needs to be right. Also don't worry too much about the timing of things. When my friend went a few years ago she warned me that a few people make you feel like you're really behind with planning and booking things and that's exactly what happened with me even though we still had seven months to go. Again, take your time and only book things when you are really sure you want to!

That being said, we did really enjoy ourselves and most of the people on the stalls were very friendly and helpful. They obviously also love talking about wedding related things and I particularly enjoyed sharing details of our special day because I don't get to do that much - I don't want to give everything away.

I'm not going to talk about all of the stalls in detail but instead some of the stalls that stood out the most:

Dresses - I didn't specifically look at any of the dress stalls but if you're looking for inspiration it's a really great place to start as there's lots of different designers and styles under one roof. They get extremely busy but if you want to you even have the opportunity to try some on. Personally I think it's a good place to get inspiration but I wouldn't have changed the experience of going to a bridal boutique. They made be feel very special, we had our own time and space to look at things and it was a very enjoyable experience. Read more about my experience picking THE dress here.

Honeymoon - There were lots of stalls offering different honeymoons and we spent quite a bit of time speaking with them to get ideas. It's a good way of getting to know different companies, destinations and prices so you can pick the right one. As there's lots of people you also get your key questions answered without sitting down for ages like you would in a travel agent. We may even be booking our honeymoon through one of the companies! 

Cakes - A handful of cake stalls were dotted around and were great to look at and sample. We got a good idea of what we liked and what we didn't and it was nice to see them in real life rather than in pictures like we'd done up until that point.

Grooms Attire - As well as plenty of dress stalls being available the same could be said for the grooms outfit. There were highstreet stores such as Debenhams and Moss as well as tailors so there really was something for everyone. From what we could see there wasn't an opportunity to try on anything but we found it really useful to look at the different combinations and chose one of the companies for our big day.

Entertainment - There were lots of stalls offering entertainment for your wedding day ranging from bands and djs to choirs and harpists. When hiring entertainment for you wedding a must is to hear them and see how they perform and interact with people. This was a great place to view that!

If you want to go to a wedding fair and are at the early stages of wedding planning and need some inspiration I would definitely recommend going. It's a lot of fun and you can get some good inspiration and contacts. I think if we had gone any later we would have got very little from it as a lot of the stalls were similar and I would have been left a bit disappointed.

Have you been to any wedding fairs?
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Saturday, 28 March 2015

Advertisers | March Advertisers

February Advertisers

Hello Beauties!  It's that time when I get to share the lovely advertisers that have been featured in my sidebar for the past month. Have you had a look at their blogs yet? If not, here is a little about each of them below. Please take the time to take a peak at their blogs as you may even find some new favourites you want to follow.

Please let me introduce my March Advertisers....

Advertiser: Beky Lou

BekyLou is a Fashion and Beauty blog that I write alongside my full time job. I put as much time and energy into it as I can and absolutely love doing it. I write everything from reviews, Outfit of the days, nail of the days and lifestyle posts where I just like to have a chat and give my opinion. Giveaways are also a regular on my blog where you can win anything from the newest product release, some of my favourite goodies and recently there was even a giveaway to win tickets to the Premiere of Divergent in London. I'd love it if you could take a peep and give me a follow!

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Advertiser: Dulcie's Beauty Blog

Dulcie’s Beauty Blog – A Beauty and Lifestyle blog where I share my beauty favourites and my reviews of products I’ve tried and products I’ve liked. Make-up is my thing, with nails as a close second.  Created with inspiration from my beautiful friends, the blog features my make-up looks and outfits, nail polish favourites and skin care picks. A creative space, Dulcie’s Beauty Blog brings beauty products, style and fun together.

Advertiser: A Scottish Lass

Laura, a Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger from North East Scotland.   I am a coffee drinking, mother of 2 wife of 1.. (lol).   Lipstick lover - never usually seen without a bright red lip.  A fan of all things sparkly.  'A Scottish Lass' is my night time retreat, a place I can share my loves and meet new friends. You will find an array of different posts on my blog, normally beauty lustings but a few lifestyle posts in there too.

Holy Grails
Some of my Holy Grail products are :  YSL Touche Eclat Foundation, Mac Ruby Woo Lipstick, Mac 'Constructivist' paint pot & Clarins Flash Balm.  

Favourite Shops
Boots, Sephora (when given the chance) & Oasis

online - Selfridges,

Celebrity Crush - Bradley Cooper

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Advertiser: Topdraw Fashion

Hello, I am Anna-Maria the writer of Topdraw Fashion. I believe fashion, beauty and fitness alls rom together and this is what my blog is all about. I love bringing you guys fashion tips, amazing beauty finds and fitness tips and tricks. I post every other day, and sometimes more if i can and along with this i have just started a youtube channel. At the end of every week I do a ‘Deal of the Week’ post where I find 5 of the best deals for you and where to find them. Hope you stop by and follow my journey here.

Advertiser: Lady Brunette

Lady Brunette is a lifestyle, beauty and fashion blog written by me, Kelley, a 21 year old Yorkshire girl. My blogging love started out by reading blogs and watching YouTube videos and I thought I want to be a part of that community, so my blog was born back in 2013. I started this blog as a hobby, to keep me occupied when I was recovering from my brain surgery I had in May 2013. At Lady Brunette you can find beauty and lifestyle posts and more. Giveaways and TAG’s also appear. I’d love if you could pop on over.

Advertiser: A Beauty and the Business

I'm Megan from A Beauty and The Business. In my corner of the interwebs I feature all sorts of beauty related fun! I post about dying your hair blonde, hair care, makeup reviews and tutorials with little sprinkles of my personal life in it. I also feature nail art and skin care!  

Come stop by check it out and stay for a while.

Advertiser: Scottish Stef's Nails

Hey everyone!I'm Stef from and I am really excited to be featured in Kimberley's post! My blog documents my polish discoveries including swatches and reviews of polishes and nail products. I also post about easy nail art designs that I would like to think that everyone can have a go at. The nail art designs I write about are usually quite expressive rather than precise and intricate so you don't have to worry about whether your nails looks perfect. I love a good beauty/fashion tag post too! Hopefully you will be able to find inspiration from some of the polishes in my blog if you are ever feeling bored with your nails. I love interacting with all the lovely bloggers out there so feel free to leave me a comment or tweet me anytime!

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Advertiser: Michael 84

Michael 84 is a men's fashion and lifestyle blog. You can read my style and trend tips for men, as well as my fragrance reviews. You'll find daily posts on a typical guy's life including my nights out in my city of Newcastle

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Advertiser: Just Ems

Hi I'm Emma, a 32 year old red-head and lover of shoes, food and shopping. Like most girls, I have struggled with my weight and love of food for my entire teenage and adult life, with the food always winning the battle over being skinny! After countless of failed attempts to lose weight, I've finally realised that the best way is to have a healthy lifestyle of eating clean and regular exercise. Join me and my love/hate relationship with my scales as I battle with my junk food addiction and work towards becoming a healthier person, inside and out whilst following the principles of eating clean :)

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Friday, 27 March 2015

Favourites | March Favourites

March Favourites feat Gosh, Lush, Charlotte Tilbury, Essie, Rimmel and Makeup Revolution

Yet another month has passed and that means one thing.. it's time to share my favourites with you! I really look forward to this every month because it gets me thinking about the products I have used a lot and have enjoyed plus of course I get to share them with my lovely readers.

This month has also seen some better weather so the products I have been using more Spring products than Winter. Here is what I have been loving during March:

Essie Eternal Optimist

First on my list of favourites is a nail polish I bought at the National Wedding Show at the end of February. Eternal Optimist was worn by Millie Mackintosh on her wedding day and is a beautiful blush pink which is described as spiced tea rose with a hint of cream. It's the perfect neutral shade for Spring and Summer and I've been wearing it a lot. The formula is also perfect and the wide brush allows application to be precise and quick.

Lush Oatifix Face Mask | £6.50

Lush Oatifix Face Mask

This month I discovered a new face mask from Lush called Oatifix which contains bananas which are very nutritious for the skin, oats, almond oil and koalin which work as a gentle exfoliator together and illipe butter to soothe and keep the skin soft.

I've loved this face mask so much since I bought it it's taken a lot of effort not to give into temptation and just use it daily. It's very gentle on my sensitive skin and after use it looks healthy, glowing and hydrated. It is so moisturising my makeup applies beautifully after use.

Makeup Revolution Chocolate Palette

I'm a huge fan of Makeup Revolution and I've been using their eyeshadow palettes a lot this month particularly the Naked chocolate palette. The formula blend easily and the 16 shades allow me to easily create different looks for day or evening whether I'm looking for something soft and simple, smokey, matte or shimmery. This palette is really good value for money.

Charlotte Tilbury Eyebrow Pencil

The next product I have been loving is an eyebrow pencil by Charlotte Tilbury called Brow Lift. This is a double ended product that includes a brush as well as the product itself which is a narrow slant that allows me to apply the product soft light strokes so hairs can be replicated.

This product makes my eyebrows look very natural and it works well whether I've had to rush or take more time. The shade is also a perfect match for my brows.

Makeup Revolution Lipstick in Enchant

In this month's favourites I have a second product by Makeup Revolution and that is their lipstick in Enchant. Since I started using their lipsticks I have been very impressed and I can't still believe the quality you get for just spending £1.00. The formula is light, creamy and moisturing, more so than than some high end products I have tried and the colour selection is great too.

Enchant is unlike any other lipsticks in my collection as it is slightly more lilac toned and I love it. Everytime I wear it my Fiance comments on how he likes my lipstick and this has definitely been a go to product for me.

Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Transparent Powder

I finally gave into the hype this month and bought the Rimmel Stay Matte Translucent Powder. I've heard lots of people rave about it but haven't tried it as I've always used my MAC MSFN. Lately, I've been finding that a little dark though so I thought I'd take the plunge and try Stay Matte. It's a lovely product. It's light and not cakey in the slightest plus it doesn't add colour to the face. I like this product a lot.

GOSH Forever Lip Shine in Lady Like

The last item for the March favourites is the GOSH Forever Lip Shine. I first tried this at an event in February and I've been hooked ever since. The formula is soft and creamy plus has a subtle hint of shimmer which helps make my lips looks fuller. The colour selection is also gorgeous and I would wear pretty much every shade in the collection. This product glides on effortlessly and reminds me of the Urban Decay Saturated Lip Colours but are actually better because you don't have to sharpen them!

Well that's it for another month... until next time x

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Review | Bee Good Honey and Wild Water Mint 3-in-1 Cleansing Water

Bee Good Cleansing Water
Bee Good Cleansing Water

Bee Good is a brand that I discovered last year and have always enjoyed using as it works well with my sensitive combination skin. Bee Good is an animal friendly brand that is based in Hampshire, UK and was established in 2008 at a kitchen table by husband and wife Simon and Caroline. The company's aim is to grow whilst still staying true to their roots by combining precious ingredients from British bee-hives with the finest botanicals which together make products that work beautifully on the skin. They are also free of chemical nasties such as parabens, mineral oil, sillicone, synthetic colour and SLS/SLES.

Honey is good for the skin because as well as being moisturising it is naturally antibacterial and is full of antioxidants that are said to contribute to slowing down aging of the skin. Beeswax is also good for the skin as it is rich in vitamin A which can support cell rejuvenation and re-hydration. Lastly, propolis which is a resin collected by honeybees from tree sap and botanicals are good for the skin because they too have antibacterial and antitoxidant properties as well as being rich in vitamins B,C and E which are said to be a natural skin healer.

The botanicals used in the Bee Good products are Borage Oil, Camelina Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Echium Oil and Crambe Oil which help soothe and soften the skin as well as help reduce skin inflammation, acne, eczema, protect against dehydration and protect and nourish the skin.

I've tried a few of the Bee Good products in the past but the latest is the *Honey and Wild Water 3-in-1 Cleansing Water which is often compared to Micella Waters like Bioderma and Claudalie. I'm a big fan of those so I was excited to try this alternative.

When I first used this product I found it very refreshing and cooling on my skin. It also didn't cause any irritation which is obviously a bonus. It works well to remove makeup including waterproof mascara as well as cleanse and tone the skin without the need of any added water. This means it would be really useful to take with you travelling if you don't want to take a lot of different products with you as this like the name suggests does all three steps in your skin care regime (makeup removal, cleansing and toning) with just one product.

I was surprised by the scent of this product. I was expecting something sweet from the honey and for a strong mint fragrance but instead it doesn't smell of very much at all which may actually appeal to people more as I know many do not like using fragranced products on their face.

To apply this product I simple add a little to a cotton pad and gently sweep it over my face and eyes to remove my makeup. Be careful not to rub your eye area too much because it can cause irritation for sensitive eyes, instead hold the product in place for a while before gently sweeping it. It takes a few cotton pads to remove everything but afterwards my skin feels fresh and clean without the tight dryness some products can give. After using this I moisturise as normal.

If you want to give the Bee Good cleanser a try it is available on their website for £10.00 per 100ml.

What do you think of the Bee Good Cleansing Water?
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Monday, 23 March 2015

Review | Caudalie The Premiere Cru Elixir

Caudalie The Premiere Cru Elixir
Caudalie The Premiere Cru Elixir

Over the past few months I have been hearing more and more about facial oils and I've been enjoying them a lot. I don't use them daily, instead I replace them with my moisturiser once a week or more often if my skin needs an extra boost of hydration.

The most recent facial oil I have tried is the *Caudalie Premiere Cru Elixir which is the most recent product launched by this brand and is actually the combination of both a facial oil and a serum. Team this with the fact that is also contains 99% natural ingredients and no chemical nasties such as parabens or mineral oil and I couldn't wait to try it.

Caudalie Premiere Cru Elixir combines a cocktail of ingredients including five plant oils (sandalwood, jojoba, prickly pear, coriander and grapeseed) which plump, brighten, smooth and soothe the skin as well as hydrate, repair, nourish and improve cell function. These combined with the three signature patents resveratrol, viniferine and polyphenols which are said to lift, firm, smooth, nourish and brighten the skin as well as provide anti-wrinkle and antitoxidant properties.

This gorgeous rose and oak scented product aims to boost youth and is great to use for anti-aging which is one of the main appeals for me now that I'm in my twenties. It looks to improve the elasticity of the skin as well as improve the look of dark spots and the impact the environment has on the skin for example through UV Rays. 

The texture of this facial oil / serum combination is beautifully light meaning it glides over the skin effortlessy and absorbs extremely well. When people say 'oil' they think of something heavy and greasy but this isn't the case at all with this product. The texture feels lovely when it is being applied and it doesn't leave any residue on my skin. In fact it is so lightweight if you wanted you could use this in addition to your moisturiser if you have particularly dry skin but I haven't found it necessary to do that. It leaves my skin feeling soft and nourished and definitely gives it an extra boost of hydration.

If you want to try the Caudalie Premiere Cru Elixir you can buy it from the Caudalie Website and  Space NK for £49.00 / 29ml.

What do you think of the Caudalie Premiere Cru Elixir?

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Friday, 20 March 2015

Wedding | Picking Our Flowers

Wedding Update

A few weeks ago we started the exciting task of picking our wedding flowers which first meant doing lots and lots of research online so when visiting florists I already had a good idea of what I wanted. I enjoyed doing this a lot because I'm a big fan of flowers, the more the better as far as I'm concerned and suprisingly I already had a pretty good idea about what I was after. The tricky bit is just piecing it together, particularly because I'm finding it pretty hard to visualise exactly what it will look like. It's easy looking at photo's and picking out what I like and what I don't but I've found I want a mixture of things from the photo's rather than the finished piece. It's a little scary thinking it's going to be a surprise on the wedding day!

I'm not going to go into detail now about the flowers we are having as my friends read my blog and I don't want to give too much away but here is a sneaky peak into a few things: 

The Bouquets

I have chosen to have a traditional teardrop bouquet as I love the shape of them and I want my bouquet to look different to my bridesmaids. The key flower featured in my bouquet will be roses but there will also be a few others in there too.. you'll have to wait until after the wedding to find out about those though! I'm hoping the end result will be pretty, delicate and fairytale.

As for my Maids of Honour, Bridesmaid and Flower Girl I will most probably have matching round bouquets for them. I don't want anything too big or heavy as it will need to be suitable for the youngest too. I want their bouquets to be classic, elegant and simple so they stand out beautifully against their dresses.

The Church

In the church we are going to have simple fairytale like flowers on the pew ends and window sills as well as some candles to give a romantic and magical feel.  At the front of the church we will also have two pedestals of flowers in a classic upside down tear drop shape which will include a variety of flowers, again including roses but possibly pink oriental lillies too as I find them so beautiful.

Button Holes

We have also got button holes for the main wedding party and am thinking about getting them for the whole congregation. It was tradition to hand a flower to every guest at the beginning of the service but been advised it's not really done now. I really like the idea of it though! I think it's a nice way to start the wedding and will help bring the guests together.

The Reception

Last but not least are the flowers at our reception venue. The castle we are going to have their own florist so this is a big unknown at the moment until we meet with them but I want to make sure the arrangements flow nicely from the church to the reception. I don't want anything starkly different as I like the idea of having consistency but I want things to look classic but maybe a little more fancy... let's see. Again we will need pedalstools full of flowers but also some on windowsills and table center pieces. We will be using five rooms in the castle throughout the reception too so I need to think about different decorations in each.... It's a big task! 

It's been a lot of fun choosing our flowers but more complicated than I thought. I'm so glad I did research before so I had a good idea of colour combinations and already had a theme and colour scheme for the wedding. Without those it would have been far harder if not impossible!

Do you have any suggestions on suitable wedding flowers?

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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Review | Lush Oatifix Face Mask

Lush Oatifix Facemask
Lush Oatifix Facemask
Lush Oatifix Facemask

A few weeks ago when I went shopping with my Fiance and popped into Lush (it's always a must) I decided to try out a new face mask. After speaking to one of the friendly staff and seeing a demonstration I decided to try Oatifix.

Oatifix, like all Lush face masks is hand made and fresh which is one of the main things I love about them. They are full of natural ingedients plus they are animal friendly.  Oatifix contains nourishing banana and illipe butter to moisturise the skin as well as oatmeal, ground almonds and kaolin to gently exfoliate, leaving the skin soft and smooth.

At first glance Oatifix isn't the the most attractive face mask. The oats make it look lumpy and when it's applied to the skin it doesn't look any better but what is important is how well it works. The recommended time to leave this face mask on for the 10-15 minutes which I usually stick to as it starts to crumble if you leave it on for too long (over 30 minutes).  When removing this face mask I add a little water at a time and use circular motions. This helps to exfoliate the skin but it does need a little patience as it does take a while. Alternatively I also apply it before having a shower as it is much easier to remove.

After use my skin feels extremely soft and smooth and despite having sensitive skin it doesn't cause me any irritation. I've really enjoyed using this face mask and have already re-purchased it. The almonds leave a slight balmy texture to my skin which makes it feel more nourished and it can be easily removed by dabbing it with a towel if necessary. It absorbs pretty quickly anyway so I still moisturise as usual before applying makeup.

If you want to buy Oatfix it is available at Lush for £6.50 per 75g.

What is your favourite Lush face mask?
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Monday, 16 March 2015

Review | Makeup Revolution Chocolate Palettes

Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palettes
Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palettes

Makeup Revolution offer an amazing selection of products at affordable prices and these eyeshadow palettes are no exception. I just love them. Not only is the packaging adorable because they look like white, milk and dark chocolate bars but the array of shadows hidden inside really are a treat.

Three palettes are available which each have 16 eyeshadow's inside them. Most of them are neutral toned so are perfect for girls like me who choose to wear neutral eye makeup instead of colours and believe me you are spoilt for choice here. It would be really difficult to pick just one palette as they are all so beautiful. Any of these palettes could be used to create both day and evening looks.

Let's take a closer look at them:

*I = Makeup I Heart Chocolate | £7.99

Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palettes

This palette has a lot of rich earthy tones which includes a mixture of brown, bronze, burgundy, peach and green as well as a bright pink which looks a little out of place if I'm honest but is very pretty all the same. There is a good mixture of matte and shimmery shades so you can easily achieve different looks and the eyeshadows are all soft, smooth and blend beautifully.

I = Makeup Naked Chocolate | £7.99

Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palettes

The white chocolate or 'Naked' palette contains slightly lighter shades which are a little more pink/peach toned. There are also a couple of lilac shades in there too which are very pretty. Again there is a mixture of both matte and shimmery shades.

I = Makeup Death By Chocolate | £7.99

Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palettes

The last palette in this collection contains more metallic shades but still in a mixture of mattes and shimmery colours. Some colours are earthy where as others are more silver/lilac/purple toned.

All of these palettes are good quality and the colours are gorgeous. You can't go wrong with any of them!

Which Makeup Revolution Chocolate Palette is your favourite?
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Saturday, 14 March 2015

Giveaway | Win a Smashbox Gift Box containing 5 Lipglosses

Smashbox Lipgloss Giveaway
Smashbox Lipgloss Giveaway
Smashbox Lipgloss Giveaway

Hello Beauties! It has been a while since I ran a giveaway so I thought it was about time I did another one. This time I will be giving one lucky winner a Smashbox giftset called 'Smashbox On The Rocks' which contains 5 lipglosses. The shades vary from pale to deep red and as soon as I saw it I thought it would be perfect to give to one of my readers... I also bought one for myself as I loved the assortment of shades so much. They include:

Azalea - A hot pink that is perfect for Summer
Legendary - A bright red shade
Pout - A pretty pale shade which has a very subtle hint of pink
Gilt - Limited Edition shimmery gold shade
Jewel - Limited Edition shimmery nude brown 

For your chance to win this Smashbox Giftbox please enter using the Rafflecopter below. There are a couple of mandatory options but most of them are optional for additional entries.. the more you enter the bigger your chance to win!

Important Information

- The giveaway will run from 14th March 2015 - 18th April 2015 and is open internationally.
- The winner will be emailed and/or announced in a blog post. The winner will have 28 days to claim their prize.  If I do not hear from them within this time frame a new winner will be picked. If the winner has not entered all of the entries they have claimed to, all of their entries will be discounted and a new winner will be picked.
- If you are under the age of 18 please seek parental permission before entering.
- I will not be held liable for any allergic reactions you may have to the products.
- The prize will be posted 2nd Class standard delivery to the UK/untracked internationally. I will not be liable for any loss or damage but will make sure the prize is packaged well.  If you want to pay the additional fee for recorded delivery you are welcome to do so.

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