As I announced on my Facebook page for the blog and on my own page, I’ve had to cancel my attendance at the HSCG conference in Atlanta in May due to my ongoing health problems related to these horrible muscle spasms. I’m so sorry about this. I’m devastated I can’t attend as I have put so much work into the formulas and hand-outs. (Click the links to see more. I’m writing a post to share a bit more with you shortly…)
This week on the new blog, Raymond moved over and updated all the posts relating to my duplicating process, which are all connected to the “What are my steps for duplicating a product?” you see below. (They are individual posts, but there are a bunch of them all shared on the same day.) Have I mentioned how wonderful he is?
And we’ve added the Duplications from Patreon section in the resources tab in the menu bar.
The new e-zine is out for $10 Patreon subscribers . If you aren’t a subscriber or if you see this after March 31st, you can find it on the store on the blog. It’s called Moist! and it’s all about humectants.
Patreon means this is a Patreon exclusive post, and you have to be a Patreon subscriber to access it. (As a note, you can subscribe for as little as $1 a month to access the blog! Click here to learn more.)
Patreon Q&A means this is a question someone posed on Patreon and I’m answering it. You have to be a Patreon subscriber to access it.
If it doesn’t say Patreon on it after January 1st, it means it’s open to everyone.
Administrative stuff means stuff about the blog, like how things work or will work.
Discussion is an open thread where I hope to see your comments, thoughts, or questions, although you’re welcome to share on any post over there.
Open thread is a post where you can discuss any topic you wish!
As a note, this was a series I had on the old blog, but so few people commented, it’s a Patreon exclusive series now.
I’m hoping to get part three of the Tatcha One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil up today, too.
I’m sorry I didn’t get the mixer posts up this month, but that requires me to be able to stand or sit while taking videos, and neither of those things are possible with the muscle spasms I’m having. I think I’ll just do the write ups over the next few days and add the videos when I can.