Goop Dupes!

Oh, Gwyneth! Here I go again now with Goop dupes. If you have read my previous-previous post it was dedicated to Goop. Now, I am diving into what also the site is known for – selling products at a very high ticket price. As I mentioned previously, I do not discredit Paltrow’s claims, but for those that want to experience the Goop lifestyle without breaking your piggy bank, stick around because I found great dupes from Amazon.com.

LUMINOUS MELTING CLEANSER
$90.00 / $80.00 with subscription

Goop by Juice Beauty

Dupes available on Amazon.com

banila Clean It Zero Makeup Remover, 3.38 Ounce, 100 ml $18.10 or The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter, Paraben-Free Makeup Remover, 2.7 Oz. $16.00. All three do the same thing and I may be incorrect, but the Banila Clean It Zero was the pioneer of this balm makeup remover. I do not count Ponds because its consistency is similar to lotion.

banila Clean It Zero Makeup Remover, 3.38 Ounce, 100 ml

Banila on Amazon

The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter, Paraben-Free Makeup Remover, 2.7 Oz.

The Body Shop Camomile on Amazon

Dr. Barbara Sturm: HYALURONIC AMPOULES $215.00

When you deal with acne and also fine lines (everybody) its because Hyaluronic acid is depleting and over time adding Hyaluronic acid is a great investment for your skin.

Goop

TONYMOLY Megatox Moist Shot Ampoule Mask,0.7 Fl Oz $6.50 or Mizon Original Skin Energy – Hyaluronic Acid 100 – Facial Care – Anti Wrinkle $13.28

TONYMOLY Megatox Moist Shot Ampoule Mask,0.7 Fl Oz

TonyMoly on  Amazon

Tammy Fender BULGARIAN LAVENDER BODY OIL $65.00

Goop

The properties of Lavender body oil is no joke! I have horrible insomnia and for a while I used lavender to help me and it did. Because I wanted another scent, I’ve stopped using it; however, it is legit. I’ve actually used the Dr.  Teal’s Body Oil, so I highly recommend it.

Dr. Teal’s Bath Additive Lavender Oil, 8.8 Ounce $4.49 or EO Botanical Body Oil, French Lavender, Massage and Moisturize, 8 Fluid Ounce $11.24 most likely will be as effective as Goop’s recommendation.

Dr Teal's Bath Additive Lavender Oil, 8.8 Ounce

Dr. Teal’s

JADE EGG
$66.00

Goop

Now, the infamous Yoni egg that catapulted Goop into a nationwide discussion. Between professionals and Goop supporters, it is a polarized opinion on this one. Personally I would not use it because it is a scary device in my opinion; however, for those that want to experience the claimed benefits of the Yoni egg…well, I am sure this existed before Goop and of course Amazon did not fail me on this quest.

Set of 3 Jade Green Yoni Egg for Kegel and Pelvic Excercise $11.88

Amazon

Here’s the brief list of thousands of products Goop recommends. Was there one that I missed? In general, the point of this article as mentioned earlier is not discrediting Goop’s claim, but for those that do not have the Goop budget…this is a good way to seek for affordable alternatives. Still, that Yoni egg scares me!

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The Flower of my Secret (Film Review)

If you’ve read a few of my articles; it’s no secret that Pedro Almodóvar is one of my favorite film directors to chat about.

La Flor de mi Secreto boosted Almodóvar status from his Academy Award nominated film, Mujeres al Borde de un Ataque de Nervios from a recognized director to a seasoned one. At the time (1997), critics called this film a mature one because it still captures the classic Pedro themes with a sophisticated storyline.

Here’s a brief history how I waited 18 years to finally watch this film! In the dark ages of the internet when Ask Jeeves was a thing and YouTube did not exist… I was watching an interview of the Spanish director. In this interview he speaks about the movie. My eyes dilate with happiness and start the hunt.

It’s been three years already and three years too late to find it in a cinema like Music Box. Alas, I find 2 copies in DVD at the public library. Jackpot! I reserve my copy and hop to the downtown train. Back at home and 25 minutes into the film…the disc starts skipping. Skip, skip and more skipping. Cleaned and popped the disc into my DVD player. More skipping.

Defeated, I return the disc and call the next location to assure they had the DVD copy available. Much to my dismay, the last hope was dead. The copy was reported lost a day before I called inquiring about it. 18 years later and patiently waiting for the film. I purchased the film with the risk that I may regret getting it; ergo, was it worth the wait?

Yes, it was worth to know what was the secret after all. La Flor de mi Secreto carries the tropes Almodóvar is known for, yet it’s unique and somewhat humorous too.

The film opens with a desperate writer, Leo. She’s writing out her feelings for her next novel, but her shoes are stuck and can’t take them off. Much like a metaphor, her shoes was like her marriage in a standstill. As the story develops, we meet Angel. He is a reporter that wants to recruit Leo as a critic for the newspaper. He wants her to write a piece on the romance novelist, Amanda Gris. Sharply, she refuses to write about her.

More problems on her road when her publisher is upset with her latest manuscript because is dark and eerie. Leo can’t think about love stories as the real Amanda Gris. This dark story becomes a threat because if Leo fails to write a Gris novel- a lawsuit is coming to her way. Also, her manager will tell the world who is Amanda Gris revoking her anonymous clause.

Her marriage falling apart and her career in the brink of a nervous breakdown; Leo almost commits suicide, but her cookie mother leaves a phone message and this makes her react.

Overall, La Flor de mi Secreto is a classic Almodovar vision of women’s feelings and overcoming obstacles with a long road of secrets, truths and growth.

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Loving Vincent: Film Review

van Gogh is one of those artists that if the dictionary has a definition for the tormented soul then his face would be its definition. Artistic, visionary and melancholic road of Vincent’s final days before committing suicide is what this film captures.

Loving Vincent was an Oscar nominated film that went above and beyond what animators deliver in present times. With a mixture of acting, green-screen and classically trained painters to bring his paintings and his story to life; Loving Vincent embarks this tragedy in a unique way.

Told after his death, Loving Vincent explores the question what if Vincent was killed? In a trail of investigation by Armand (son of Joseph also known as van Gogh’s good friend). He understands what drove Vincent to his death, but also how his inspiration created his known masterpieces.

Much like the artist, Loving Vincent did not receive the recognition it deserves; however, films are always a love letter from its creator. Although accolades always add hype, yet it does not define a film because Loving Vincent is a masterpiece. This film is a tribute to the tormented artist that during its lifetime he was deeply misunderstood and under appreciated.

A+ film

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This Lamb is on the Run

The Lazy Lion

Keira is an average woman as many has described her at first glance. She is in her early thirties, but in many aspects she’s still a child. Day dreams in vibrant colors and creates comedic cartoons of the tedious meetings from her job. Notes on the new policies, what were the losses and what loans are getting approved for the fiscal year… it pays well, yet it is boring. She distracts her mind from the responsibilities of her position and silently wishes for love to find her.

One evening, she confesses to her cousin during a phone call, “I am a lazy lion when it comes to find love in my life.” Hence, she’s been single for the last seven years. There are nights it bothers hers, then again it does not. Contradictory, right?

There is an unfortunate answer to Keira’s distaste to an adult relationship. Mainly because at an early age, Keira have seen divorces and family members unfaithfulness. It did not make her skeptical of love, yet it made her unsure if romanticism was an honest feeling.

As for her lifestyle is simple: eat, sleep, work, cleanup and sleep again. On her days off, she likes to eat a crepe at the nearby bistro: Victor’s France. She is friendly with two male waiters: Milo and Eric. Secretly, she likes Milo. They have shared many conversations because the bistro slowest hours are between 7am to 9am and those have been moments they can speak a little bit of everything. They’ve gone as far as exchanging phone numbers. This was a small victory for the shy Keira. Months later, this small victory vanishes. Milo is still the kind waiter, not Keira’s close friend. She sees the possibility of a future like a dying rose.

Revival

Now, on the other side of this story it has another person involved… Eric. He has been a silent observant as long as he can remember her presence in the bistro.

Although Milo has not been romantically involved with Keira; he does get jealous when Eric takes her order and they have a brief chat. He likes her attention, yet has not asked her out. Yes, you are probably thinking the same thing…why the jealousy, Milo? Isn’t she just a sweet customer? Here we have Eric that wants more than just a brief exchange of words. Little by little, he has been curious of the crepe girl (that’s what she usually orders).

It’s now or never, he makes a bold move on a Tuesday morning. He brings her order at the lonely patio of the bistro and asks her out.

She is shocked by this question and looks at Milo hoping he would say something or do something. And Milo with a blank stare listens to the proposal…he remains silent after her reply. Days later, Keira and Eric meets after work.

Troublemaker

While walking near Gramercy park, Eric and Keira have been chatting from politics to the latest box office flop. Suddenly, he directly says, “You like Milo. I do wonder…Why are you here with me?” Keira replies honestly, “If you knew that, why did you ask me out? I consider this as going out with a new friend. You never asked me on a date. You asked if I wanted to go to Gramercy park with you after work. We really don’t know each other. By saying yes, I may be opening to a door of something exciting. Either a great friendship or something more. Neither of us can predict that on one night walking around the park. Now, I ask you why did you ask me out knowing that I liked Milo and not you?”

They continue to walk in silence and Eric stops walking to answer, “Because I want to know more about you than brief answers. But, you made a good point, we don’t know much about each other to begin a relationship. I think you are worth the wait. I know this might be insane, yet I feel I want someone like you in my life. If Milo can’t see it, I can.”

Keira surprised by his words says, “You are very sweet…still, how do you know I am worth all this trouble? What if I am a jerk? or crazy?” Eric smiles at her, “You’re honest. You are here with me without forcing yourself into my arms. You are not desperate as someone may assume, you want to meet me first, do you want to know more about me?”

She grabs his hand, “Let’s see how this goes. Whatever the outcome, I predict you might be a great friend. Can we remain friends if …” He interrupts, “Yes… I know how to lose.” Keira replies, “I’ve lost many times and grew wiser which that is the greatest victory. Okay, I had no intention to sound that deep.” They laugh and they continue to walk near the gate of the park.

Keira asks, “Why did you want to come to Gramercy park anyway? Is there a special memory attached to it?” Eric stops by the gate mimicking a key in his hand, “Because I want to know what does it take to have a key of this place?; it’s like a secret garden. Only the lucky ones owns the key I guess…(laughs) or the very wealthy.” Keira touches the gate, “Maybe one day. You never know.”

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StreetEasy

Closing Your Eyes

Time continues to move rapidly. Keira likes Eric’s companion and he is starting to know her better. He learns that she is not fond of darkness or working late at the firm. As for Keira, she notices that he has two tattoos in his arms. Makes her want to know what is the meaning behind it and goes to sleep with this thought in mind.

They continue to go out after work, they actually enjoy this change of pace. It is an interesting way to move away from old habits. He realizes that his smoking addiction was born out of boredom; now that he is spending time with her, Eric does not feel the need to smoke. He flushes down the toilet his last pack of cigars. Meanwhile, Keira looks at her agenda and enjoys to find what new plans she has with Eric. They always do something interesting.

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Yelp

One evening, he invited her to taste a $4.50 mousse tart slice he heard of recently. A bit lost at first, they land at Eileen’s Special Cheesecake. For some this is not an interesting detail; however, they shared the same enthusiasm and found out that moments like this was more like an adventure. Besides $4.50 for a slice of mousse tart? That’s amazing!

Sleepless Heart

Slowly, they are moving away from the crush phase that everyone goes through. Neither of them have realized this fact because genuinely they are enjoying each others company. Now he is seeing her in a different light. He worries if she is leaving work at late hours, what if she gets mugged while riding the midnight train? He feels uneasy and texts her. Keira sees his text while opening the door of her apartment.

Eric: Are you home yet?

Keira: Yeah, I just arrived. Why?

Eric: I know you don’t like working late hours.

Keira: True. Thanks for asking. But, you shouldn’t worry. I am used to it.

Eric: I’m glad you are home. Sorry to text you this late. Good night.

Keira: No bother at all! Thanks for your concern, good night.

Keira gets ready to sleep and looks at the last text. She goes to sleep with a smile.

Flight Risk

It is Spring again and Eric wonders if Keira has feelings for him outside of the friend zone. He ponders if this is how she felt when Milo did not respond to her feelings. He looks at his phone and thinks if she’s home safe and sound. Eric goes to sleep with this concern floating in his mind once again.

They continue on their adventures. But, Eric feels unsure if going on with these adventures are making him insecure about the future. What if she never makes up her mind?

Six months later…

It is a hot night and Keira can’t sleep. She walks in circles, drinks milk to try to sleep and nothing happens. Keira knows why she’s restless and does not want to admit it alone.

It is 3 a.m. by now, Keira calls Eric.

Keira: Are you awake?

Eric: Yes, why?

Keira: Ummm… Do you want to meet me at the park tonight?

Eric: Sure, but why? It’s late.

Keira: I know. I know, sorry, but do you want to come or not?

Eric: Sure.

Keira: I’ll meet you by the gate.

Eric arrives somewhat confused, yet with a bright smile. Keira holds out an old key and nervously opens the gate. “Listen carefully, this key belonged to my great-grandfather. He was a gardener… this was the best legacy he could possibly leave behind…before leaving my great-grandmother for a younger woman. It’s funny that he wanted to give this key to his mistress, but my great-grandmother discovered this plan and kicked him out and kept the key. Still, he loved working for this garden even though he was a jerk to my great-grandmother. Come on Eric, let’s sit here…Do you have any idea why I asked you to come here at this time?”

Eric’s heart starts to beat louder than a drum, “No – not-not really.” Keira lifts her phone, it’s almost 5 a.m. You know, I hate darkness, yet I want for you to look at this… isn’t it breathtaking.” Eric is amazed by the sunrise. He looks at her, “It is amazing. It’s beautiful.” Keira caresses his face, “I hope this is not too late…” and gently kisses him. Eric smiles back, “I knew you were worth the trouble.”

Keira asks, “How did you know?”

Eric smiles again, “I just knew. I’ve seen your drawings. You thought no one noticed your drawings, but you always drew even working on a project while sitting at the bistro. That’s what drew me to you. I felt curious about you and why you always draw. Call me a creep, but you also wrote poetry on some of those drawings…I found a few in the trash. That’s when I knew you were special and now that I know you better…I am glad you wanted to meet me as a friend first.”

Keira hands him a piece of paper, “I drew you during one of the boring meetings. I’ve never drawn anyone outside of the workplace. That’s when I knew. Friends don’t just doodle a friend without a reason. You gave me a reason. I wanted to see you. Just like right now.

Eric, “May I keep this? Because I really like it.”

Keira, “Sure, but we must leave now. Run!”

Eric is startled by this instruction, he obeys. “The gardener of the park does not know I have this key and we can be kicked out. Let’s go. Run!” Keira whispers quite loudly.

They run while holding their hands. Once far away from the park, Eric asks, “How come you did not tell me you had a key?” She happily says, “Because I wanted to know if you were worth the trouble.”

***Original Story only found & created by Alsy365***

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Moon Caller

There are days and there are nights                                                                                                    I can’t sleep tight                                                                                                                              The moon is calling for my name as if it knows me so very well                                          Kept on calling like a wolf to the moon                                                                                            I’ve fallen                                                                                                                                                  I followed it                                                                                                                                        Like the fool that you already know                                                                                              I’m crawling in tempting thunder bolts                                                                                            I bring the fire to the burning waters                                                                                               I don’t know why I can’t reply…                                                                                                    The moon is calling for my name as if it knows me so very well                                                I am fighting  with temptation                                                                                                       I’ve fallen before                                                                                                                                   I can’t be innocent forever                                                                                                            My  lesson is clear                                                                                                                             My hands won’t be near my dear                                                                                                      I’ll run away, my love                                                                                                                             Can’t sleep at night                                                                                                                           Well… most nights                                                                                                                               I’ll stay inside                                                                                                                                       I’ll pretend to dream in colors                                                                                            Although I’ll be fully awake

***Original poem by Alsy365***

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Lain Series: Late Late Review

Serial Experiments Lain is a cyberpunk anime classic of 1998. When I watched it (pre-dates the days of YouTube.com), I probably felt confused…still somewhat intrigued even though I was still a child. Years later as an adult, I found it and found common expectations to possible (and well known reactions) that it may piss-off viewers or applaud the series.

I am one of the strange ones that keeps thinking about its significance with the present world. So, here’s my thoughts on it; the series gives creepy predictions of social media and reminders of the dangers of cyber life crossing into reality. Basis of symbolism and being connected on how society works today.

If we think about it, when Lain was released social media was not a thing. What was popular on those days was chat rooms. Whether you disagree with this series, it is a precise prediction of the future.

Fair warning about this short series, it is slow in its pace because it is a giant puzzle piece. How the series start is with a teenager girl named, Lain. She is a student, she is shy and has a normal family. Lain is informed by her friend that Chisa, a student from a different class committed suicide. Here’s where the confusing part begins, Lain gets an email from the deceased Chisa.

Although Lain lacks skills using the Wire (internet mixed with social media type of program); after getting the mysterious email, Lain is absorbed by it. As the series progresses, the series reacts like a rose because as it grows, it also grows sharp thorns.

These thorns unravels how social media works today. In the series, the viewers sees the shy Lain, yet later on strangers claims they’ve seen her before. She doesn’t recall such events. More instances much like that one occurs; however, Lain’s sweet personality switches into a darker one.

Here’s how Lain represents today’s social media. Lain in the world of the Wired is seen by many. There’s one eerie scene where Lain is surrounded by several other Lain’s and she is able delete events in the life of her friend, Alice. The multiple Lain’s is similar when there are multiple fake accounts of one person. We’ve seen this commonly in the show, Catfish. Also, this is how cyber bullying and even identity theft may happen in current society.

The series also touches on suicide with Chisa’s death. At the start of the series, Lain and others get an email from Chisa claiming that she is alive through the Wired. Unfortunately, Japanese teenagers have a high frequency of suicide between the ages of 14-18 years old. Now, with the introduction of social media and cyber bullying, cases of suicide among the teenage population has increased across the world. Although Chisa’s death is not connected to these current problems; what does match is her online presence after death. This is a symbolic message the author is providing because there has been cases of teenagers following dangerous games that has led to deaths. A notorious case that mixed a dangerous game and cult like behavior was the Slender Man Stabbing.

Lain as a series also has an example of a cult called The Knights. This cult is trying to find Lain. Eiri is the leader of the cult and a deep liar. His presence causes Lain to question her existence and goes into a crisis. Luckily, Alice makes her realize that Lain has feelings which makes her a real person. Is she a real person?

Confused? Perhaps, yet this is the turning point of this series where it is philosophical and brings another nexus about you versus your online persona. Many studies have pointed out the online persona usually does not match your true self. An easy way to look at this is comparing it to an actor or an actress. For example, Robin Williams characters across his career were a combination between humorous to serious ones. Everyone loved his voice portrayal in Aladdin as the Genie. However, the same man behind the iconic character is the same one portrayed the terrifying Sy in the film, One Hour Photo. Both were Williams, but neither character matched the off-screen persona. And should it? Would you want to truly reveal everything about yourself in binary code or in a reality show? And here’s also another truth of reality shows that often they are scripted to keep the audience entertained.

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Linking these thoughts to Lain, the protagonist represents what is true to our current society and the future. Lain has multiple appearances through the Wire because she is a creation or a God like character created through a software. She lived in the world of the living for a moment; in reality she observed the real world and becoming aware of her self is what caused her eyes to open. The world is connected, but these connections are causing dangerous loss of reality to create a fantasy.

Fantasies are not a sin…much like any excess, if taken as an addiction that’s when it should end. Going back to an earlier example of the Slender Man Stabbing. Four years ago, two twelve year girls lured their friend to stab her 19 times to please an online fictional character, The Slender Man. 

There are several online accounts with this character. Including YouTube videos explaining its origin and what he does. There are also a video games, an upcoming film as well – this is where reality and fantasy blurred because the girls described how they were terrified by the fictional character and by killing their friend they were going to please him. This is my argument to this anime and how ahead of its time Lain was when it debuted.

In conclusion, Lain is complex and makes you think about how we live today. Back in 1998, the nearest connection to strangers were chat rooms. That being said, Lain grabs symbolism as the question of online fantasy to reality. Lain that was a God, she sacrifices herself to create a world that hopefully has a normal human coexistence. It may be a sentimental ending, yet this thought of ending conflicts with the current state of our lives. See it in this perspective, you are reading this review. You probably checked your social media, when was the last time you were offline? This is the message Lain conceives in a avant-garde style.

 

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One Pilule (Pill)

July 2017

Dalila logs into her Instagram account. Blinded by happiness, she hearts the photograph titled, The Lavender Fields of Provence, France. She feels excited and motivated, Dalila starts saving money for her destination. She calls it, Mission Lavender!

In her path, she ditches her Netflix membership, closes her gym account and deletes her Grubhub app. Unplugs all kinds of electronics to pay the lowest amount possible. This was serious for Dalila.

As time passed, summer arrived and she used a hose from her neighbor’s house to bathe while wearing a bathing suit in their backyard. After all, its their water, not hers…

July 2018

It was 8 pm on a hot evening in July. Dalila posts on her Instagram page, “On a plane to the lavender fields of France.”

Travels almost all night, she arrives safe and sound at 9 am. Eats a real croissant, so buttery and fresh. Wears red lipstick like the French fatale that she is not.

Hours later, exactly at 13:01 pm (French time of course!) Dalila arrives at the lavender fields in Provence, France. Takes a deep breath to inhale the refreshing scent flowing and blossoming within her until she sneezes. Achooo! Achooooooooooooooooooooo!

Other visitors like her hush her. Frantically, opens her bag to look for her Zyrtec (an allergy pill). And recalls that foreign pills are banned if the traveler fails to bring a prescription permit from the doctor.

Quickly, Dalila runs back to the city to the nearest pharmacy. With limited French she asks,” vendez-vous des Zyrtec pilules? (do you sell Zyrtec pills?)” Although she kept posting for almost a year, “Y’all, I’m learning French at the Institute of France in downtown!” …She lied. It’s too expensive for one session.

Anyhow, going back to Dalila’s sneezing dilemma – the old and somewhat deaf pharmacist looks at her and replies, “Nous ne vendons pas de cassettes (We do not sell cassettes).”

Sneezing loudly, she attempts to correct the pharmacist, “No, no achoooo! Zyrtec pilules! (No, no Zyrtec pills!)”  The annoyed man says, “Ah, bien. Prendre cette pilule, ils est gratuit, juste aller (Ah, alright. Take this pill. It’s free, just go.)

Takes a cab back to the fields again. Mesmerized by its beauty. Dalila smiles, she closes her eyes and falls into a deep slumber. Oh, my! How embarrassing!

July 2019

On a boring summer morning, Dalila is browsing on her phone mindlessly. She clicks on  a clip titled, “One Year Anniversary of an American Tourist Sleeps on French Fields” She clicks on it.

“On other news, Provence celebrates one year of their latest attraction. An unknown American tourist fell asleep on these fields. It’s been a year and her body left a print in the field. One of the owners also noted the unknown woman passed gas quite loudly in her sleep and that’s how they found her. Although blurry, here’s a picture tourists present on that day took. From what I can see, the tourist has a large D tattoo on her elbow. Sadly, the American left quickly and embarrassed after waking up. Thanks to this accident, more tourists are visiting this area. If visiting Provence, the tourist attraction is called, Zone de la Fille Endormie or Zone of the Sleepy Girl. For more information visit our website.”

Horrified and not knowing what to do or say; Dalila goes for a walk to clear her mind. On her way, she encounters a coffee shop. Finally, she’s about to make her order and the barista notices her tattoo and recognizes her from the news clip. The curious barista asks, “Aren’t you the woman who fell asleep and farted in the lavender fields of France?” Dalila’s eyes dilate. Trying to catch her breath, proudly she replies, “Oui.”

***Original story by Alsy365***

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