Mercedes Shops (& First Impressions) // Beauty Heroes, Detox Market, Sephora et plus

Lots of splurges today! I thoroughly enjoyed putting this video together. Please let me know in the comments your thoughts on everything I asked about – anti-hauls, an upcoming Stark review, what you’ve been buying, what I should add to my wishlist, et cetera. xoxo, mercedes.

A few “referral links” if you’re so inclined (you get a deal, and I get points or a small commission; if you choose to shop through these links, I thank you very, very much!)
To get $25 off your Tata Harper order of $100+… To sign up for the Beauty Heroes subscription box:
20% off your first Glossier order!
To save 10% on Activist Skincare orders use code: LAMOUR Everlane: One of my absolute favorite online clothing retailers with classic capsule-esque pieces, transparent pricing, and ethical business practices:
Vitacost: I usually place one big Vitacost order a month and can’t live without them. If you’d like to save $10 off your first order:
EBATES: which I think it such an amazing program if you do a lot of online shopping (which, ahem, I wouldn’t know ANYTHING about…):

What I’m Wearing
Cheeks – Kjaer Weis Abundance + Tata Harper Contour Bronze
Lips – Rituel de Fille Fortune Teller
Nails – Deborah Lippmann Single Ladies
Ring – Kei Azurite Cuff

Products Mentioned
Josh Rosebrook Nutrient Day Cream
Red Flower Ohana Gingergrass Bamboo Scrub
Ikeuchi Organic Cotton Cloth
LILFOX Mystic Awakening Rosemary Toning Mist
Rituel de Fille Forbidden Lipstick in Fortune Teller
Mahalo The Petal
Kjaer Weis Abundance
Josie Maran Vibrancy Foundation
Tata Harper Very Bronzing Cheek Tint
Hourglass Mood Light Powder
AILA Topcoat
Glossier –
Glossier Priming Moisturizer Rich
Glossier Soothing Face Mist
Glossier Priming Moisturizer
Glossier Skin Tint
Glossier Haloscope
Stark Skincare*
J Crew Flats
J Crew Heels

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 by the company (I don’t denote gifts from friends or subscribers)
*In general I try and link products to where I purchased them from
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