Beauty Heroes Gift with Purchase + Review // RED FLOWER Arctic Berry Cloud Milk Cream

Sending love and prayers to all those impacted by the terror attacks yesterday in Brussels, and also in Turkey (Ankara and Istanbul) several days ago which received basically zero mainstream media attention, at least in the U.S. As I said when the Paris attacks happened, I hope whatever I and other content creators put out can serve as a moment of distraction, however brief. It’s all just overwhelming, really. xoxo, mercedes. _____________________________________________

Forgive my obvious head cold/congestion, but I wanted to alert you to a special promotion Beauty Heroes is doing on a past Hero Product, the Red Flower Arctic Berry Cloud Milk Cream. Between March 20th and April 15th, when you purchase a full size of the product from the Beauty Heroes online shop and use the code NATURE, you can receive deluxe samples of three other Red Flower products carried in the Beauty Heroes shop. Also remember that current Beauty Heroes subscribers automatically receive a 15% discount on any and everything on their site (no code needed). Hope you enjoy hearing my extended thoughts on this beautiful product, and seeing it in action.

To purchase the Arctic Berry Cloud Milk Cream: http://bit.ly/22qZhKZ
Code: NATURE To view (or purchase full sizes of) the deluxe sample items: http://bit.ly/1Zhz8ZG

What I’m wearing
Nails: LVX Narcissist
Lips: Trish McEvoy Beauty Booster Lip + Cheek Balm in Perfect Pink
Cheeks: W3LL People Bio-Bronzer + Tarte Baby Love
Filming equipment – Canon Rebel t6i + 18-55mm lens

Disclaimer and a word on integrity: All products I talk about here on L’amour et la Musique are purchased with my own money, unless I explicitly mention that it was given to me either as a “PR sample” or gifted to me by friends/subscribers/et cetera. I will ALWAYS be fully transparent about any products given to me for review, that I did not seek out or purchase of my own accord. It is one of the biggest issues I have with YouTube – that many bloggers and YouTubers have just become a means to market products. That’s not why I do this. There is a huge difference between giving a rave to a product you researched and hemmed and hawed about spending your own money on, versus something given to you to test out. So, long-winded way of saying: all opinions expressed are entirely my own, and I strongly value honesty and integrity in real life and here on YouTube. *Products marked with an asterix were sent or given to me as PR samples *In general I try and link products to where I purchased them from *Some links may be affiliate links