WHAT TO EXPECT FROM DAZZLE ‘N’ SPARKLE
It should be titled What ‘NOT’ to expect from Dazzle ‘n’ Sparkle.
Well, No Sneak Peaks, No new Beauty News, No swatches of the whole collection or make-up from every Brand available on earth.
I am just a ‘CONSUMER’ like many of you all and I like to buy products that I can afford, that I am curious to try and that I know would be loved and used by me. I simply like to share my experience about whatever I try/use and hope it may be helpful for someone who has similar skintones, skin texture as mine.
PICTURES ON BLOG
I click majority of the pictures on the blog. My camera is NIKON COOLPIX, the simplest Point and Shoot Camera ever made. If I ever get a chance to change my camera, I would opt for CANON.
The Photos in the ‘Travel Section’ are clicked by my husband. He uses DSLR Canon 7D and has multiple lenses. He is a hobby photographer and hence most of his pictures are watermarked. I choose to leave them as it is.
I watermark pictures that are mine. I NEVER watermark pictures that are not owned by me hence none of my Face charts are watermarked. Due credit is given if pictures from the internet are used.
SWATCHES ON THE BLOG
Some swatches are of the products that I own, some are in-store swatches, which I do using their testers displayed and run out, before the store owners throw me out. The swatches are to be used just as reference as they are never accurate. The lighting, flash of camera etc. affects and alters them a lot.
REVIEWS ON THE BLOG
I review products based on my personal experience. I don’t think one has to be expert in reviewing the things they use. It like telling how I feel about it. Its not Clinical Research. I like to try skincare products for at least six weeks, to come to a conclusion.
The blog does not has paid reviews. More can be read in detail at the Disclaimer and Disclosure Policy section.
Blogger is a free service and has its own limitations. I know very little of HTML coding and things like that. The blog does not has the best navigation system. I have to work with whatever I have.