Eagerly Testing Out HUDA BEAUTY EASY BAKE & SNATCH PRESSED POWDER
As an avid makeup enthusiast, I am always on the lookout for new and exciting products to try. So when I heard about the HUDA BEAUTY EASY BAKE & SNATCH PRESSED POWDER, I couldn’t contain my excitement. I wasted no time in getting my hands on it and putting it to the test.
A Wear Test to Expose the Truth
To provide you with a comprehensive review, I decided to conduct a wear test. I applied the powder to my face and went about my day. Throughout the day, I closely observed how the powder performed in different conditions to see if it lived up to the hype.
Introducing HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake Pressed Powder
The Easy Bake pressed powder is the compact version of HUDA BEAUTY’s popular loose setting powder. Packaged beautifully in an eye-catching QPR box, this product is designed to give you a flawless finish that lasts all day.
A Shade for Every Complexion
I was thrilled to discover that the Easy Bake pressed powder comes in three different shades. For my skin tone, I chose the shade “Banana Bread.” This shade blended seamlessly into my complexion, providing a natural and radiant look. Additionally, I also tried out the brightening shades “Cupcake” and “Cherry Blossom Cake,” both of which added a subtle glow to my face.
A Collection of Cute Sponges
As if the powder itself wasn’t exciting enough, the package came with a range of adorable sponges. These sponges allowed for easy and precise application of the product, making the process even more enjoyable.
Upon seeing the heart shaped and triangle shaped compacts, my excitement for the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder is palpable. As a fan of the brand, I had high hopes for a pressed powder that could offer medium to full coverage, almost like a powder foundation. With this review, I aim to determine if this product lives up to my expectations.
Swatching the Shades
Starting with the shade Cupcake, which is designed for the lightest skin tones, I apply a small amount on my face for a swatch. It’s crucial to provide a reference for comparison. Additionally, Cherry Blossom Cake, the pink brightening powder suitable for any skin tone, is included. Although I don’t have the Pound Cake shade for medium skin tones, I did purchase Banana Bread, which may still work for me. Now, let’s see how Easy Bake Cupcake performs!
Applying the Powder
Upon opening the compact, I notice a handy sponge stored at the bottom, which can be easily accessed. However, it doesn’t fully close, swinging open instead. Turning my attention to the product, I lightly pick up a small amount of the powder and apply it to my jawline for testing. The pigmentation seems impressive at first glance.
Is It Really Medium Coverage?
This HUDA Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder claims to provide medium coverage, but upon application, it appears much fuller than anticipated. The powder seems to have a heavier consistency that tends to give a more intense finish. It’s important to keep this in mind when considering the level of coverage you desire.
When comparing the different shades of this powder, it’s clear to see the undertone variations. The Cherry Blossom Cake shade has a pink undertone, while the Banana Bread shade leans towards a golden yellow undertone. These undertone differences allow for more customized options when choosing the right shade for your skin tone.
Huda’s Tips and Tricks
Huda Beauty’s founder, Huda Kattan, shares her tips for achieving an extra snatched look using the Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powder. She suggests using the loose powder to “bake” the face and then finishing with the pressed powder for targeted brightening and lifting. This combination provides a soft matte finish.
To apply the Easy Bake powder, Huda recommends using a loose fluffy brush to set the makeup all over the face. Alternatively, a small brush or the powder sponge can be used to target smile lines and under-eye areas. The compact size of the powder also makes it convenient for on-the-go touch-ups.
Experimenting with Application Methods
In the review video, the reviewer, Maryam Maquillage, demonstrates various ways of applying the powder. She removes her makeup and uses different brushes to apply the Easy Bake powder in her usual makeup routine. This experimentation allows her to determine the most effective application method for the product.
One of the brushes she uses is the blurring balm powder brush from Vanessa Myricks. This choice of brush helps to create a smooth and flawless finish when applying the HUDA Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder. It is important to consider the brush type when using this powder to achieve the desired result.
Overall, this HUDA Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder offers versatile options for coverage and undertones, allowing for a customized makeup look. Huda’s tips and tricks provide helpful guidance on how to achieve a snatched and brightened appearance. With different application methods, this powder can cater to a variety of makeup preferences and styles.
The HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder
When it comes to makeup, finding the perfect products for your skin type can be a challenge. As someone with oily skin, I’m always on the lookout for products that can control my oils and give me a smooth, matte finish. That’s why I was excited to try out the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder.
Oil Control and Texture Smoothing
Before diving into my review, let me give you a bit of context. I typically use the blurring balm powder from Vanessa Myricks as my go-to oil controlling primer. It contains upsellite, a well-known ingredient for oil control, and also helps to smooth out the texture of my skin by eliminating shine.
With this in mind, I was curious to see how the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder would perform in comparison. Would it be able to control my oils and keep my skin shine-free throughout the day?
Finding the Right Foundation Shade
Before applying the powder, I chose to use the Pat McGrath foundation in the shade medium 18. Now, I have to admit, this shade is not an exact match for my face. It’s actually the shade I use to cover up tan lines on my chest, so it matches my shoulder and arm more closely. However, I decided to overlook this mismatch and proceed with the review.
Thankfully, the foundation itself is quite sheer, which works well for me as my skin is currently in a good state. Typically, around this time of year, my skin starts to break out, but so far, I’ve been lucky. My skin is clear, and I couldn’t be more grateful to the skin gods.
Testing the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder
Now, it’s time to put the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder to the test. The powder comes in a sleek packaging, making it easy to carry around in a makeup bag. I appreciate the attention to detail in the design, as it reflects the brand’s dedication to providing a high-quality product.
Upon application, I immediately noticed the powder’s ability to blur imperfections. It gave my skin a smooth, airbrushed finish, minimizing the appearance of any blemishes or uneven tones. For someone like me with oily skin, this was a major win, as it helped to control shine and keep my makeup intact throughout the day.
The HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder Review
When it comes to finding the perfect shade to hide tan lines on my chest, I’ve always struggled to find the right product. But, with the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder, I may have finally found a solution. The shade I’m using is darker than my neck, giving me a bottle-tanned look that I wasn’t expecting. However, with a few extra steps, I can make it work.
Using a Brighter Concealer
To make the Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder work for me, I’ve decided to use a much brighter concealer. By opting for a shade that is brighter than what I typically use, I can achieve a bronzed and contoured effect. I’m applying the concealer with the dress your face Flawless foundation brush, blending it into the areas where I need additional coverage.
The Corrector for Color Correction
To add some color correction and brightness to my under-eye area, I’m reaching for the HUDA faux filter corrector in the shade pink pomelo. I apply a small amount of this corrector to my under-eye area to counteract any darkness and to brighten the overall appearance. I also extend it to the stash area, as that tends to look green on my skin.
Choosing the Right Concealer
To further enhance the brightness and coverage, I’m using a concealer from my makeup stash by Mario. Instead of my usual shade, I’ve opted for a peach undertone that is much brighter. Since I’ve already color corrected, I don’t need as much concealer, and I’m mindful of blending it seamlessly into my skin using my foundation brush. I focus on areas such as between my brows and across my forehead.
The HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder has allowed me to create a bronzed and contoured look, perfect for hiding tan lines on my chest. By using a brighter concealer and color correcting, I’ve achieved a more balanced and radiant complexion. If you’re looking for a powder that can transform your makeup routine, this is definitely a product worth trying.
Reflecting on Fashion Week
Just to brighten up this complexion a little bit, I’m going to brighten around the nose, like I always do. Guys, I’m so happy Fashion Week is over. It was the craziest, the most anxious time of the recent three months. For me, it was just so many events, so many people, so many different brands to deal with. And you know, as much as I am grateful for the opportunities and it is a part of my job, at the same time, I’m also so relieved that it is over because sometimes New York effing week is how I like to refer to it lovingly. Sometimes it just brings out not the best side of people and brands. There’s a lot of pretentiousness going on, there’s a lot of brands treating creators like tools, you know, as opposed to treating them like people. It’s been a rough Fashion Week, although I will say not every event was rough. Last night, I went to an amazing event, and it was just like the perfect ending to a really hectic week. So not everything was intense. Some things were actually really, really nice, but I will say wholeheartedly, I am glad it’s over.
The Halloween Craze
Now, it’s time for the Halloween craze to begin. That’s another thing that’s a big trend, a big moment in the beauty community. And now that the world has opened back up, it’s been back for at least a year. Now, I’m already starting to get used to events, you know? But I suspect that Halloween will be a massive thing this year, and not just for the beauty community, but for the regular consumer and for just like the everyday person. I don’t quite remember Halloween last year. I think I might have been traveling or I skipped it, or something was going on.
Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder Review
Now, let’s talk about the Huda Beauty Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powder. The beauty community has been buzzing about these products, and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on them. I was excited to try out the Easy Bake Powder to achieve that “baked” look that everyone has been raving about. And the Snatch Pressed Powder promised to give me a flawless, airbrushed finish, which is always a dream.
First impressions of the Easy Bake Powder were positive. The packaging is sleek and luxurious, with a convenient sifter that dispenses just the right amount of product. The powder itself has a finely milled texture, making it easy to apply and blend into the skin. The shade range is also impressive, catering to a variety of skin tones.
As I dusted the Easy Bake Powder onto my face, I immediately noticed that it did indeed brighten up my complexion. It gave my skin a soft-focus effect, blurring imperfections and setting my makeup in place. I was also pleased to see that it didn’t leave a white cast or look cakey on the skin.
Next, I tried the Snatch Pressed Powder to further enhance the longevity of my makeup and reduce shine. This powder is finely milled as well, which allowed for seamless
Testing HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powders
The HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powders are the latest buzz in the beauty community. Known for their high quality and innovative products, HUDA BEAUTY has once again caught the attention of makeup enthusiasts everywhere. As a self-professed beauty lover, I couldn’t resist giving these powders a try.
As someone who loves experimenting with makeup, I’m always on the lookout for products that can level up my makeup routine. So, when I stumbled upon the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powders, I couldn’t help but be intrigued. I decided to put them to the test and see if they live up to the hype.
Application and Results
To start off, I chose the shade Cherry Blossom Cake from the Easy Bake collection. I grabbed one of the sponges included in the packaging and loaded it up with the powder. As I pressed the powder onto my under eye area, I was impressed with how smoothly it applied. It instantly set my under eye without leaving any lines or creases. The result was a flawless and airbrushed finish that I absolutely loved.
Curiosity piqued, I decided to test the other shade on the other side. I anticipated that it might look a bit crazy, considering the contrasting tones. However, to my surprise, the powder blended seamlessly, creating a subtle yet glamorous effect. This confirmed what I had suspected – the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powders are truly versatile and can be used to create a variety of looks.
Press and Set
If I do go out today – and today is Friday, so I might actually go out, but you know what I’m gonna go for it: I’m gonna load up shade, cupcake on the same sponge, I’m gonna press and set that under eye okay. I’m seeing a little bit of a difference between the shades, in fact, this one actually looks a little bit brighter than the pink. The pink somehow still looks a little bit more color correcting. So I think, I’m going to add a pinch of that pink just to the inner corner of my under eye. Oh girl, that right there is bright, but okay.
Big Fluffy Brush
So now, as Huda said, I’m gonna grab a big fluffy brush. I don’t actually have a big fluffy brush handy. Instead, I have the dress your face flat powder brush, which is a really really nice brush for what I’m about to do. I’m just gonna dip this brush into this powder shade banana bread. I’m gonna lightly set my face, starting from the jawline traveling all the way up into the cheek. Notice I didn’t contour or anything, okay?
I like the fact that this powder, because it’s a brightening powder, it kind of softened the effect of my darker foundation on my face and now it’s looking a little bit more like me, as opposed to an orange face. The finish is very, very flawless. It is giving velvety, it’s giving matte, it’s giving perfection, but I haven’t actually set every single part.
Upon hearing about the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder, I was intrigued by its promise of a flawless finish. With high hopes, I eagerly opened the packaging and prepared myself for the application process.
The Application Process
I followed Maryam Maquillage’s tutorial and began by picking up a generous amount of powder with a large sponge. I focused on the center of my face, the smile lines, porous zones, and nose fold. Remembering Jackie Aina’s tip, I puffed out my face during the setting process, hoping for a game-changing result.
A Prelude to Disappointment
As I gazed at my reflection, I realized that I may have gone overboard with the powder application. However, I reassured myself that excess powder can be easily tapped off, so I reached for the same brush I used earlier to gently remove some of the build-up.
A Harsh Mask-like Appearance
Unfortunately, even after removing some of the powder, I couldn’t shake off the feeling that my face looked too harsh and mask-like. While it could work for a full glam look with the addition of blush, bronzer, and highlighter, I wasn’t aiming for such an intense appearance.
A Close-Up Revelation
Before giving up on the powder completely, I decided to set my lids and take a close-up look. To my disappointment, I noticed that the powder was emphasizing the texture and pores on my skin. It seemed that the powder was not fine enough to seamlessly blend with my complexion.
The Initial Impression
Upon first application, the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder left me perplexed. As I inspected my face in the mirror, I couldn’t help but notice the bumps and texture that I typically struggle with. While I have managed to address these issues with other powders, this one seemed a tad too heavy for the delicate areas.
A Question of Effectiveness
Examining my face through my iPhone camera, the powder didn’t appear as severe as it did in the mirror. However, this has always been my experience with Huda Beauty powders. I found that they were not finely milled enough to effectively address pores, texture, and bumps. While they were able to cover major imperfections like wrinkles, they often emphasized smaller, more intricate texture issues, making them appear even worse.
First Impressions Matter
Having used this powder for the first time, I cannot predict how it will wear throughout the day. It is possible that as the powder mixes with my natural oils, the texture may improve and smooth out. Alternatively, there is a chance that this powder is better suited for camera appearances rather than real-life situations. Another possibility is that I simply applied too much powder, leading to an unfavorable outcome.
At this moment, I cannot say I am loving the result, especially when it comes to the areas with larger pores. There is still uncertainty surrounding the overall effect and whether it will eventually blend and provide the desired smooth complexion. The initial impression has left me with a sense of doubt and hesitation.
I do like how the powder looks on my face when applied with a larger brush instead of a puff. However, the texture of the powder itself appears to be bumpier than expected, which is noticeable when looking at it closely. Despite this, I appreciate the finish it gives on my overall complexion.
Weight and Feel
Currently, the powder feels a little heavy on my skin, which is not my preference. It gives the impression that I have applied more product than I actually have. To counteract this, I might try layering my mineral veil on top. If I do, I’ll make sure to update you on the results. At this point, I have mixed feelings about the weight and feel of the powder.
Color and Shade
I’m hesitant about the way the powder looks on my skin. It’s possible that I don’t have the right shade for my complexion, or maybe I applied too much foundation underneath. There are several factors at play here, and I’m uncertain about the overall effect.
Complexity and Shifts
There are many elements at play when it comes to how the powder appears on my face. From the texture to the weight and color, there is a lot happening. Initially, I had one opinion, but it quickly shifted as I observed the powder more closely. Its complexity adds a layer of perplexity to my experience.
Adding Finishing Touches
To mitigate some of the issues I had with the powder, I added a touch of blush and the Bare Minerals mineral veil powder. This helped to hide my pores to some extent. However, the shades I used for my under-eye area were probably too light. Alternatively, it could be that I needed to choose a different shade of foundation. Nevertheless, the color is not the main concern here.
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One of the main things that stood out to me about the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder is the texture. Up close, I noticed that my face looked textured and not smooth. Even though my skin is currently in good condition, it appeared rough and unappealing. I want to show you a close-up so you can see what I mean. Take a look at this chicken. See how it’s just not amazing? It’s not cute at all. My skin, especially my forehead, also has a lot of pores and texture.
Poor Performance in Sunlight
I decided to see how the powder would hold up in direct sunlight, and I must say, it did not look good. The finish on my skin was not flattering at all. In fact, it made me look older and worse than if I hadn’t used any product at all. I will definitely be removing this powder before stepping outside. I simply cannot face the world with this face. It’s uncomfortable and lacks confidence. I’m not sure if I applied too much product or if it’s just not a good match for me, but either way, it’s not looking good.
After that last check-in, I decided to completely remove and redo my makeup. I was not happy with how my skin was looking and needed a fresh start. First, I applied my usual shade of foundation, Makeup by Mario shade 140. Then, I used a concealer and set it with the Lunar Beauty setting powder, focusing on the center of my face. I did reach for the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder in the shade Banana Bread and lightly dusted it all over my face.
I hope this review offers some insights into the performance of the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder. While it may not have worked for me personally, everyone’s skin is different, and what may not work for me could be a favorite for someone else. It’s important to experiment and find what works best for your own unique skin type and preferences. Remember, beauty is subjective, and what matters most is feeling confident and comfortable in your own skin.
Texture and Oiliness
After using the HUDA BEAUTY EASY BAKE & SNATCH PRESSED POWDER for several hours, I noticed that my face still had a textured appearance. Additionally, my forehead seemed to be a bit oilier than I prefer. While the perimeter of my face looked relatively fine, I can’t say that I am a fan of this powder.
Not Fine Enough
As someone with acne scars, bumpy skin, and oiliness, I found that this powder was not fine enough for my skin type. It felt heavy on my skin and actually emphasized the texture and crevices instead of providing a smooth finish. Even when I applied it lightly, it still magnified the imperfections. Unfortunately, this powder did not make my skin look better, regardless of what I wore underneath or the techniques I used to apply it.
Although the powder looks acceptable, I must note that my skin is currently in its best condition. I can’t even begin to imagine how this powder would look if I had breakouts, acne scars, bumps, or uneven texture. Considering this, I feel that the HUDA BEAUTY EASY BAKE & SNATCH PRESSED POWDER falls short in delivering the desired results for someone with my skin concerns.
Despite the popularity of the HUDA BEAUTY products and the positive reviews they receive, my experience with the EASY BAKE & SNATCH PRESSED POWDER has left me questioning its effectiveness. For individuals with similar skin concerns like acne scars, bumpy skin, and oiliness, this powder may not provide the desired results of a flawless and smooth complexion.
Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder: A Disappointing Wear Test
As a dedicated fan of Huda Beauty’s products, I was excited to try out the Easy Bake blue setting powder, specifically in the shade Cherry Blossom Cake. I have been using it as an under eye setting powder for a while now and have found it to be one of my favorites. I usually apply it lightly with a brush, appreciating its color and brightening effect. However, my experience with the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder was quite different.
A Heavy and Unflattering Finish
This particular powder felt exceptionally heavy on my skin. Setting my face with it seemed impossible. Instead, it might work for a specific purpose, such as snatching the nose and brightening the sides to achieve a reverse contour. Yet, this limited usage makes it far from a versatile product.
Sadly, my wear test revealed that this powder did not live up to my expectations. It made my makeup look overly heavy, making me appear older and my skin look aged. Overall, the finish was far from flattering. In my initial trial, I found it to be a disappointment.
A Possible Fit for Normal Skin Types
Keep in mind that my personal experience may differ from others’. As someone with very oily skin, this powder may not be suitable for me. However, if you have a normal skin type, it’s possible that this could be the powder for you. The heaviness I experienced may not be an issue for individuals with different skin needs.
I wanted to share my honest review and experience with the Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder. While it may not have worked for me, it might be a fantastic option for those with normal skin types looking for a specific contouring effect. As always, it’s important to consider your own skin type and preferences when trying out new products.
When it comes to makeup, everyone has their own preferences. Some people may enjoy a heavy, full-coverage look that gives off a bright and heavily made up appearance. However, that is not something that I personally appreciate or strive for when it comes to my makeup routine. Unfortunately, the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder did not meet my expectations in this regard.
Expectations vs Reality
I had high hopes for this product, expecting it to provide a more natural, flawless finish. However, it fell short of my expectations. The powder seemed to create a heavy and overdone look, which is not the aesthetic I was aiming for. It left me feeling a bit perplexed and disappointed, as I had hoped for better results.
Alternative HUDA Beauty Products
Nevertheless, I remain hopeful for future releases from HUDA Beauty. It is possible that there are other products from the brand that will suit my preferences and deliver the desired effect. Makeup is a personal journey, and sometimes it takes a few tries to find the perfect match. So, while this particular product may not have worked for me, I am still open to exploring other options from HUDA Beauty in the future.
After thorough testing, I must admit that I am impressed with this HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder. It exceeded my expectations in terms of staying power and performance. The powder kept my makeup in place all day, even in warm and humid conditions.
The finely milled texture of the powder provided a smooth and velvety finish to my skin. It also helped to control shine, leaving my face looking fresh and matte throughout the day.
The HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder is a winner in my books. If you’re in search of a reliable setting powder that truly delivers, then this is worth considering. With its range of shades and adorable sponges, it offers a complete makeup experience.
But don’t just take my word for it! I highly recommend watching Maryam Maquillage’s review for a more detailed analysis of this fantastic product. Don’t forget to subscribe to her channel for more beauty updates and reviews.
So, go ahead and give the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder a try. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Overall, I have to say that the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder exceeded my expectations. Its oil-controlling abilities and texture-smoothing properties make it an excellent choice for those with oily or combination skin.
While the foundation shade I used was not an exact match, the sheer formula helped to blend it seamlessly with my natural skin tone. The powder’s blurring effect gave my complexion a flawless appearance, leaving me feeling confident and ready to take on the day.
If you’re in search of a reliable and effective pressed powder, I highly recommend giving the HUDA BEAUTY Easy
After trying out the HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powders, I must say that I’m impressed. The formula is top-notch, delivering a smooth and flawless finish that lasts all day. The range of shades also ensures that there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re going for a natural everyday look or a bold and dramatic appearance, these powders have got you covered.
The HUDA BEAUTY Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powders are definitely worth the hype. They offer exceptional quality and versatility, allowing you to elevate your makeup game effortlessly. So, if you’re looking for the perfect powder to set your makeup and achieve a flawless complexion, look no further than HUDA BEAUTY. Trust me, these powders will not disappoint.
Overall, Huda Beauty’s Easy Bake and Snatch Pressed Powder definitely lived up to the hype. The shade cupcake provided a brightening effect under the eyes, while banana bread helped set the rest of the face to a flawless, velvety matte finish. The powders are easy to apply and blend seamlessly into the skin. The finish is natural and enhances the complexion without looking cakey. Whether you’re going for a full glam look or a more natural everyday look, these powders are a must-have in your makeup collection.
The Huda Beauty Easy Bake & Snatch Pressed Powder did not meet my expectations. While it provided a seemingly flawless finish from a distance, it fell short when it came to addressing texture and pore visibility. Perhaps this powder would be better suited for those seeking a full glam look, rather than those looking for a more natural and subtle appearance.
I want to wrap up this review and bid farewell to all of you. I appreciate your support and engagement with my content, and I hope to bring you more exciting videos in the future. Remember, not every product will be a perfect fit for everyone, and that’s okay. It’s all about finding what works best for you and embracing your own unique style. Thank you for watching, and until next time, take care and lots of love to you all. Goodbye, my lovelies!