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Meghan Markle Leaves Makeup Smudge on Man’s Jacket — Photo

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This week, Meghan Markle left her mark on a fan in more ways than one. While attending the Poppy Factory’s Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey on November 8, the Duchess of Sussex accidentally left a makeup smudge on a man’s jacket. However, as you might imagine, he didn’t mind at all.

The man in question is William Allen, a 99-year-old veteran who served in World War II and took part in the historic D-Day landings. As for the all-too-relatable makeup mishap, it occurred when Markle was thanking Allen for his service, as when she leaned in to hug and kiss him, she left a smudge of powder behind on his coat collar. Of course, Allen was way too elated to be meeting Markle (and get a hug from her) to care about the measly makeup stain.

In fact, according to royal correspondent Rebecca English, Allen was actually happy about the smudge and doesn’t intend on getting rid of it. English tweeted a photo of the priceless moment along with a caption about Allen — who turns 100 next month — and how he said, “I’m never washing that” when he was asked about the smudge. What an adorable response.

It’s safe to say this is one of the most heartwarming interactions Markle’s had with a fan during her time as Duchess so far. What’s more: It shows people that no one — not even a royal — is immune to makeup slip-ups every now and then.


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CAPTURING HISTORY

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“Capturing History” showcases 3 photographers’ work during the dynamic era’s of the 1900’s. Charles A Libby photographed Spokane’s booms and busts for over 60 years. Frank S Matsura, an immigrant whose playful character endeared the miners, cowboys, merchants and native Americans in the Okanogan Valley. Frank Palmer – captured the natural beauty of the region in his hand-painted landscapes. Spokane photographer Don Hamilton hosts.

Learn more at ksps.org/history
DVDs available at ksps.org/shop or by calling 1-700-735-2377

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Is CeraVe cruelty free ?

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Cosmetics animal testing is a horribly cruel practice in which animals such as beagles and most often rabbits, are subject to allergy tests in the mucous membranes such as eyes, nose and mouth. These chemicals can cause irritation, burning, and corrosion of the eyes and skin such as in the infamous Draize test. What’s more, 50 percent of all animals die in lethal dose tests. That’s how horrible it is.

There are a host of non-animal and more humane ways to conduct the same sorts of research, and many readily available.

CeraVe is a brand of L’Oréal. L’Oréal, the cosmetics company, owns Lancôme, Kiehl’s, Clarisonic, Garnier, Maybelline and It Cosmetics in addition to its own line, L’oreal shelled out $1.3 billion to buy skin care brands CeraVe, AcneFree, and Ambi.

CeraVe is known for producing products that are gentle enough to use on sensitive skin and is often recommended by dermatologists. The Cerave site claims they don’t’ test on animals but if they sell in China, they do . It’s the law there. The CeraVe site lists that they sell here:

  • GREATER CHINA
  • MAINLAND CHINA
  • Brazil

In China, the health authorities still require and carry out animal testing for some products.

So no, CeraVe is not cruelty free. They are testing some products on animals in China and Brazil. CeraVe says ‘Certain health authorities may nevertheless decide to conduct animal tests themselves for certain cosmetic products, as it is still the case in China.’ CeraVe is choosing to sell where animal testing is mandatory for their products.

What alternatives are there to CeraVe?

I’ve got over 100’s cruelty-free brands on my cruelty-free beauty brand list that I update regularly! Find a new cruelty-free brand to love! Browse beautybulletins.com list of cruelty-free brands to find brands that don’t test on animals at any point during the production of their products.

Some brand alternatives to Cerave



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My go to base routine I wanted to do a tutorial on what I’ve been doing for my …

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My go to base routine ⭐️ I wanted to do a tutorial on what I’ve been doing for my base! Follow @cameronwhitebeauty for more ⭐️
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#tartecosmetics first step prep & shape tape concealer
#toofaced born this way foundation
#anastasiabeverlyhills powder contour kit, amrezy highlighter & pure hollywood liquid lipstick
#maccosmetics peaches blush
#lillylashes in style miami
#colourpopcosmetics curvii lip liner

 



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