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Beauty pages in Lucire only began appearing regularly with its first beauty editor, M. K. Johnson, in 2000, followed by Stevie Wilson. Since then, Lucire has had a very comprehensive beauty section, a tradition continued today by Joanne Gair, our New York beauty director, Jamie Dorman, our New York-based beauty editor, and Sopheak Seng, fashion and beauty editor.






I-N Intelligent Beauty redefines conscious skin and body care
As the successors to the legacy that brought us Aveda, Kiran Stordalen and Nicole Rechelbacher are resolute in their commitment to advance the legacy of plant-powered beauty of which they were so fortunate to be an integral part, reports Jody Miller


Beauty trends uncovered
Plastic surgeon Dr Michael Somenek weighs in on 2021’s beauty trends, and gives some straight talk and hard science about each one
Main photograph by Karelys Ruíz/Unsplash


Summer glow
Lueur d’été
Yuriko Shiratori and the Lucire team have picked beauty items that’ll give you an outward glow, and make the most of spring and the coming summer
Le printemps est ici, et l’été arrivera prochainement. Yuriko Shiratori et l’équipe Lucire ont choisi les produits de beauté qui vous feront briller
Main photograph by Amanda Dalbjörn/Unsplash
From the October 2021 issue of
Lucire KSA


Beauty spots: the expanded autumn equinox edition
Our beauty and wellness choices for the northern autumn 2021—with a bit of pampering thrown in


Behind the Xeomin Challenge
Elyse Glickman injects some enlightenment about neurotoxins into the beauty conversation as she talks to Dr Jay Park of UC San Diego about the Xeomin Challenge


Seize the day spa
Burke Williams founders Bill and Theresa Armour continue reinventing the modern-day spa, and recently celebrated frontline health care workers, writes Elyse Glickman


QMS Medicosmetics: heading off to collagen
QMS Medicosmetics is big on identification and personalization, as it launches its clinically proven skin care in the US


A clean break from run-of-the-milled
Jennifer Revello decided to leave the corporate life and embark on a new journey with traditional, hand-made soaps from France. Elyse Glickman speaks with her


Not your average daily grind
UpCircle Beauty has its origins in discarded coffee grinds and food waste—now, this environmentally conscious and socially responsible brand has gone international


Sweating the big stuff, so you don’t have to
So often the solutions to perspiration are metals and harmful chemicals. Mila Shmurak decided to create her own solutions with Bare Pits


The unforgettable first century of Chanel No. 5
The world’s most famous fragrance celebrates 100 years since it was conceived. We look at its history and how it came back with more than a little help from star power


Mizani: shifting the shape and perception of curly hair
Mizani recognizes the special care needed for textured hair, and global artistic director Tippi Shorter has developed a cut especially for it. Elyse Glickman checks them out


Putting yourself first
Our beauty selection to start off 2021 is all about making you feel your best, from lush lashes to a woody fragrance





Beauty’s essential workers
The usual awards’ season suites might not be on this time round, as the US struggles with COVID-19, but the Pro Safety Beauty Summit in January introduces a considered way to look at beauty innovation, reports Elyse Glickman


Little luxuries that go a long way: a gift guide for the times
More than ever, we need to tend to wellness and beauty issues we neglected until this year, and we need to encourage those we care about to do the same. Here’s a handy gift guide to the must haves to refresh and revitalize body, mind and soul, reports Elyse Glickman


The next beauty queen
Jennifer López, the most popular Latin entertainer in the US, is set to début her beauty line in January. We look through the clues that López has left about her new line since she first teased it in August


Diving in, head first
Entrepreneur Joseph Andrews launches a people-powered enterprise that gives style-conscious guys the products they really want and thoughtful direction on how to look their best, reports Elyse Glickman


Northern lights
Over the years it has become fashionable to seek medical treatment while combining it with a holiday. Nordesthetics Clinic in Lithuania might be one of the more exotic destinations for plastic surgery


A winning obsession
New York hairstylist Cassie Carey is winning acclaim from her peers. She tells Lucire about her experience creating her successful entry at the North American Hairstyling Awards
Hair by Cassie Carey
Photographed by Richard Monsieurs
Make-up by Dmitry Potapov
Modelled by Snow Dollkinson/Official Model Management
First published in the May 2020 issue of
Lucire KSA


Extra-strength beauty
Meg Hamilton and the Lucire team take note of the latest luxuries in beauty this month, from the newest Miss Dior to a service that helps people outside the US get their fix


Opulent destinations
Mark them for your post-lockdown treats. Lola Cristall visits two beauty spots with French connections: the Guerlain Spa at the Plaza Hotel in NYC, and Martial Vivot’s long-running New York salon


Have beauty, will travel
Whether your future travel plans involve spas, or you insist on spa-inspired goods for all of your travels, Elyse Glickman and Leyla Messian report that the Organic Spa 2019 LA Experience Wellness & Travel event has you covered
Photographed by Randall Michelson


Shine on, no matter what
US west coast editor Elyse Glickman shares news on an emerging Hollywood favourite sure to add spark to our at-home self-care routines


Packing a punch
Some of the best beauty products around show that power is often delivered in small packages. Meg Hamilton looks at a selection


New visions for a new decade
After a decade of J- and K-beauty, diamonds in the rough (i.e. charcoal-based beauty), yoga-inspired packaging and comic book colours, Elyse Glickman welcomes a “see” change in beauty, grooming and self-care for women, men and teens. Factor in a new location away from the downtown LA crush and the stage is set for innovation and paradigm shifts from the vanity table to the streets
Photographed by the author





Scents of positivity
Lola Cristall and the Lucire team look at a selection of scents for the summer and the festive season


For the sake of luxury
Lola Cristall indulges in luxury beauty products, including Éminence and Innersense’s organic entries, and attends a panel discussion on Italian brands
Italian Trade Commission event photographed by Larufoto/Luis Ruíz Photography


A summer of self-love
Jody Miller and Elyse Glickman take us on a multi-stop beauty-cation on the US west coast
Photographed by the author


Giving the green light
Eco-conscious beauty takes centre-stage at Cosmoprof North America, reports Jody Miller
Photographed by the author


Supersonic boom
Award-winning hairstylist Michael Beel has been named a styling ambassador for Dyson. Sopheak Seng speaks with him


Finishing up summer ’19
For August, we’ve brought together beauty must-haves from three countries, as chosen by Lola Cristall, Meg Hamilton and our team


Mid-year beauty picks
Whether you’re experiencing summer (have we got a great skin protection mist for you) or winter (a fresh eau de parfum will lighten your day), here are some of our picks for July
From issue 40 of Lucire


The next big thing
Lola Cristall gets a heads-up on organic beauty products and a preview of this year’s Cosmoprof trade show
From issue 40 of Lucire and the August 2019 issue of Lucire KSA


Subtle solutions
CEW (Cosmetic Executive Women) announced their best beauty products for 2019 at separate events in London and New York. We look at some of the winners and key trends


Less trendy, more targeted
A stroll through the “Sundance of beauty expos” reveals a major paradigm shift in what women and men want on their vanity tables and medicine chests, reports Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author


Class and flattery are always in fashion
The renowned stylist-to-the-stars’ philosophy to allow hair to do “what comes naturally” is why Oscar Blandi endures, reports Elyse Glickman, who had her mane refreshed for fall at his flagship Manhattan salon
Photographed by Gustavo Scatena/Imagem Paulista, Christina M. Hicks, and Nick Berardi
From the January 2019 issue of
Lucire KSA





Talking up a Blu streak
The Blu Room, a new light treatment technology, has found its way around the world—but will it find its way to mainstream medicine? Elyse Glickman tries the hued rooms on for size and gets to know several entrepreneurs who think it will
From issue 38 of Lucire


Get glam and go
Lola Cristall attends launches for La Prairie, Dolce & Gabbana, and Ralph Lauren, while checking out the latest from Rossano Ferretti and St Ives


Cosmoprof’s expanding universe
Cosmoprof North America isn’t just big, reports Jody Miller. If it is going to happen in the future, it’s here
Photographed by Vanessa Stump and the author


Full flower for Blooming Hues
Elyse Glickman heads up to Hollywood hair epicentre Sally Hershberger Salon to meet Kyle David, who’s brightening up his clients’ outlook with Blooming Hues


Sophisticated beauty
Lola Cristall indulges in luxury skin care, including a natural line from New Zealand, and an exclusive fragrance from Atelier Cologne


Derek Elvy: the last interview with the king of avant-garde
Buoy Salon & Spa founder Derek Elvy passed away in April 2018. As a tribute, we feature what he called ‘the last interview,’ conducted months before his passing by publisher Jack Yan. Elvy discusses his philosophy as the business he founded, with an original NZ$12,000 budget, celebrated 30 years of excellence
From issue 38 of Lucire





The history of smelling expensive
In one of our favourite beauty stories of the last 20 years, Geneviève Hole headed to Grasse to uncover the evolution of perfumes, and found that among all the commercialism are a handful of parfumeries creating distinctive, rare scents
From issue 29 of Lucire


A guide to 2017 beauty
In our second part on 2017 débutantes, Lola Cristall examines beauty products and services that aim to make life better and more indulgent





Kokulu: an ethical commitment to natural
As an independent beauty brand using only natural ingredients, Kokulu has been quietly earning itself a following in Wellington, New Zealand. Founder Nicole McKinnon has added five more products, each with the same ethical commitment
Photographed by Richard Brooker and Kirste Walsh


An autumn make-up adventure
M. K. Johnson re-creates the looks from the catwalks this season with a step-by-step guide with the latest beauty products from Nars, Elizabeth Arden, Merle Norman, Lancôme, Chantecaille, and Jane Iredale
photographed by the author and courtesy manufacturers


Fifteen ways I use Pat McGrath Labs’ Skin Fetish 003
These high performance, glow-giving products are versatile and portable, writes M. K. Johnson


Summer 2016’s beauty must-haves
There are so many new beauty and skin care products on the market to look forward to this season. Lola Cristall gets the run-down for summer ’16


Inspirations for Mum
Still searching for those last-minute gifts for Mothers’ Day? Look no further, says Sopheak Seng
With contributions by Lola Cristall


To your good health
Alex Barrow flies to Malaysia to examine first-hand the phenomenon of medical tourism, and why the country is fast becoming the destination of choice
Photographed by the author, with some supplied images
From issue 35 of





Skin care, from A to Z Skin Systems
Z Skin Systems (ZSS), spearheaded by Paula Simpson and Emily Frank, turns daily skin care inside-out with two new monthly nutritional protocols, reports Elyse Glickman


Facing spring with a new “wardrobe”
Elyse Glickman learns from Clarins’ brand ambassador Christopher Truffa about how to dress the skin to look its best


A new skin
Advances in foundations in the 2010s have made them more skin-like. Jamie Dorman has been putting them to the test, finding four that are as good as the claims





Lucire’s holiday 2014 beauty gift guide
As the season commences for 2014, our New York beauty editor Jamie Dorman provides her top, on-trend beauty picks for the holidays


Colouring your perception
US west coast editor Elyse Glickman and correspondent Leyla Messian learn that not all home hair colours—or professional colours brought home—are created equal. Even with their differing hair textures, lifestyles and beauty outlook, Culver City-based Esalon delivers both of them the option of customized professional results without salon attitude or fuss


The antidote to boring, inconsequential smoothies
Elyse Glickman enters the 2014 holiday season armed and sensible with the latest high-tech “lifestyle kit” from the inventors of the Magic Bullet, the NutriBulletRx
event photographed by the author


How to make your partner Melt
A real-life married couple believes that massage should be something everyone in a relationship can enjoy. They’ve created a very accessible online course, Melt: Massage for Couples


Extend yourself
An overdressed Jack Yan heads to the New Zealand launch of Xtend Barre as its sole male guest and aspiring ballerino, and concludes it’s an ideal workout for toning, shaping and strengthening
Photographed by Matt Silcock





One for the boys
Elyse Glickman meets skin care entrepreneur Michael Hogg, who has identified that men need to look after their skin, too—and has written a book about his experiences and tips
photographed by Vivien Killilea/Wireimage





Smart science wrapped in pure luxury
Elva Zevallos gets a sneak peak of a super-premium beauty remedy (literally) fit for a princess, and the technology behind its creation


Pinpointing perfect skin
Even with the race to turn back the clock, new dermatological technologies help slow down the sprint toward “the knife” and the dance around injectible remedies
by Elyse Glickman


One-on-one with the Kiehl’s philosophy
Kiehl’s started as a family-owned New York apothecary in 1851. It has now landed on Wellington’s shores. Roanna Bell reports on its range of skin care
photographed by the author


A ride to remember
The annual fundraiser for the ground-breaking Beauty Bus Foundation rolls into Hollywood’s House of Blues, revved up to raise money for an unusually empowering cause, reports Elyse Glickman
photographed by David Tobin


Scent and sensibility of a woman
Fortune 500 headhunter-turned-perfumer Nicole Mather followed her nose and found her passion, and inspires Elyse Glickman to trust her senses in finding lasting success


Getting the smoky eye look
A Lucire special promotion Top international make-up artist Pat McGrath shows us how to get the smoky eye look, working on professional model Jessica Stam


An inside look at New York Fashion Week’s fall ’12 beauty
Our New York beauty editor, and professional make-up artist, Reiva Cruze, goes behind the scenes at the New York Fashion Week fall–winter 2012–13 shows for Venexiana, Chris Benz and Leather Japan
photographed by Stephen Ciuccoli





Megan Gale: she’s worth it
Sabine Ernest looks at Megan Gale, who has been hitting international screens as L’Oréal Paris’s new spokeswoman


Cuts and colours for this spring and summer
As the weather becomes warmer, hair styles begin to change to reflect the climate. George Love offers some tips on how to find the best style and colour for you this season


Men’s winter beauty: our top 10
As seasons change, so should your beauty and skin care régime. It’s time to protect your skin from the elements, writes Sopheak Seng


Preparing for the chill
As the chill factor increases, it is important to look after your skin—the ravages of winter can take their toll. These products should leave you and your skin feeling warm, cosy and oh-so-good, no matter what the weather is like outside, writes Sopheak Seng


Fluttery will get you everywhere
Uma Lele tries out Napoleon Perdis’s newest mascara line, which aids this season’s lush, glamorous and seductively long-lash look


Clearly Clarins
Pati Dubroff introduces the spring 2011 Clarins collection at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles, in a more intimate setting than the Hollywood-typical suite, writes Elyse Glickman
photographed by Paul Sun


A sanctuary in Santiago
Judith Yeh examines the new salon from the multi-talented Benoît Poirier d’Ambreville, an appointment-only destination in Bellavista, Santiago


It’s a guy thing
The caveman look is out: herald in a New Year with a new beauty régime, men! Sopheak Seng has his top 10 picks


Looking after your locks for summer ’11
We often look after our skin as we protect it against the sun’s rays, but what about our hair? Sopheak Seng gives his top 10 for summer hair


Alluring pearls
Sopheak Seng looks at Chanel’s spring–summer 2011 make-up collection, based around the allure of the pearl





Growing a passion for beauty
Ashleigh Berry talks to Rhian Morris, make-up artist, cosmetics’ aficionada, and beauty blogger, who has ambitions to go even further with her passion


Back to Living Nature
Roanna Bell attends the Wellington stop for Living Nature and Lorraine Downes’s Authentic Beauty Tour, impressed with the company’s real commitment to natural skin care
photographed by Sopheak Seng, Jack Yan and Monty Adams


Beauty’s tried and true
Elle Hopper goes through her handbag and finds her beauty must-haves, come rain or shine


Our summer ’11 beauty must-haves
Our top 10 as chosen by Sopheak Seng: stay effortlessly chic this summer, top to toe, with these beauty must-haves


You Byu-Ti
Elyse Glickman heads to Santa Monica salon Byu-Ti, where a more natural and thorough approach to hair therapy takes place


From Somerville to Hollywood, and beyond
Kate Somerville is the woman many Hollywood celebrities turn to for her advice on beauty. Now she’s sharing more of her knowledge through new products, and her book, Complexion Perfection!. Elyse Glickman checks them out


The post-Raphaelite look
According to A-list stylist Raphael Cohen, the secret to effectively updating your look is being true to yourself by Elyse Glickman
photographed by the author


Do you recognize this woman?
Anna Peka goes from “wild” to “wow” in Blue Cactus’s Ultimate Make-Over competition
some photographs by Victoria Vincent


Something in the water computes
With his revolutionary take on the med-spa phenomenon outside Los Angeles, Dr Howard Murad thinks outside the (skin care product) boxes, writes Elyse Glickman
photographed by the author





Send in the Klones
Sam Mitchell talks to Klone Hair’s Karl and Danelle Radel, at one of Dunedin’s top salons
Expanded from issue 26 of Lucire


The king of avant-garde
Mava Moayyed talks to the celebrated avant-garde hairstylist, Derek Elvy of Buoy
photographed by Emma Kathe Anderson
Excerpted from issue 26 of Lucire


A real celebrity endorsement
Roanna Bell looks at the authenticity behind La Prairie’s Advanced Marine Biology skin care


Richard the great
On the eve of the Southern Trust ID Dunedin Fashion Show, Bronwyn Williams talks to celebrity hairstylist Richard Kavanagh


Make-up tells a story
Monica Waldron talks to MAC’s Gordon Espinet and Charlotte Tilbury on make-up and how it empowers the modern woman


Winter fantasies
Devin Winter attends Thriller, the new theme from L’Oréal Professionnel, as executed by hair supremo Paul Huège de Serville and his team





A secret on the shore
Spa Horrobin & Hodge is a well kept secret in Manakau, for those in the know about great treatments, writes Jack Yan
Expanded from issue 26 of Lucire


Thrilled to see the message in your eyes
Olivia Newton-John and Curves, and Dove and the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation, team up for two initiatives Down Under to help Breast Cancer Awareness Month


A new campaign for Laetitia
French model Lætitia Casta is the face of Ralph Lauren’s Notorious fragrance


Let it flow
Ana Maria Moore brings a world-class spa experience to central Wellington
photographed by Sharyn Jones
A Lucire special promotion
Expanded from issue 26 of Lucire


Time for a ritual
A new salon in Orakei, Auckland, New Zealand, goes well beyond “getting your hair done”—Bettjemans aims to create a destination hair spa


Autumn beauty, according to MAC
MAC summarizes autumn–winter 2008–9 into five trends, based on its behind-the-scenes catwalk work


Beauty and the geek
M. K. Johnson, self-confessed tech girl, explores Qua Bottle Lounge in downtown Austin, Texas and finds some Fresh beauty essentials


Expressing youth
Focusing on youthfulness and anti-ageing, Elizabeth Arden and Comvita’s Huni range have been active with new releases for March–April


At the Red Door
Elizabeth Arden reopens its flagship store on Fifth Avenue, New York, with Catherine Zeta-Jones doing the honours
photographed by Larry Busacca for Elizabeth Arden; courtesy WireImage


Keira’s the fairest of them all
A UK poll by high street chain Superdrug has found Keira Knightley is Britons’ beauty icon for 2007





Maybelline sees White
Maybelline New York announces it has appointed Jessica White as its new spokesmodel, alongside her heroine Christy Turlington and others


Four the new way
Schwarzkopf gets four trends from the catwalk, including one that takes us back to the future
Expanded from issue 24 of Lucire


Chase that dream
With an early love of fashion and beauty, Claude Defresne is the inspiration for many with his make-up artistry and vision. Now the International Make-up Artist for Clarins, Ana Vegar learns more about the man
From issue 22 of Lucire


L’obsession Magnifique
Anne Hathaway is the star of Lancôme’s Magnifique commercial, directed by Peter Lindbergh. We have behind-the-scenes images from last spring’s shoot


Face the light
Zoë Butters looks at a gentle treatment for the skin to combat ageing: light therapy with Omnilux Revive, interviewing its proponent, laser medicine expert Dr Robert Glen Calderhead


Farewell Anita Roddick
Dame Anita Roddick, DBE passed away at age 64 on September 10, 2007. Lucire looks back at her life and accomplishments


Talent spotted
Successes in the hair industry for New Zealand’s new talent in L’Oréal Professionnel’s Talent Spotting competition


Natural and mineral
Natural and mineral: two words that go together in make-up by Nicole McKinnon
From issue 20 of Lucire


Nurturing new talent
L’Oréal Professionnel encourages young talent this year in New Zealand with its inaugural Talent Spotting contest


Chanel’s Nouvelle Vague
Launched in French cinemas in March, Chanel’s Le Rouge commercial film, directed by Bettina Rheims, is a tribute to the Nouvelle Vague work of Jean-Luc Godard
all photographs and images courtesy Chanel


Say bye-bye to the baggy eye
There are many remedies to combat the tired and puffy eye appearance, writes Nicole McKinnon
Excerpted from issue 22 of Lucire


Express yourself
Laura Ming-Wong catches up with Buoy Hairdressing’s top hairstylist Michael Beel on the season’s styles
photographed by Angela Henderson
Excerpted from issue 21 of Lucire


Electric company
Daniel Chavez sees himself empowering women and their make-up as he travels the globe for Smashbox Cosmetics by Jack Yan
From issue 21 of Lucire


Hair now, gone tomorrow
Everyone knows that getting into a fitful panic to prepare our legs, arms, torsos and other bits for their first emergence into the summer sun can result in disaster. Emma Tate gives you the low-down on the hairy art of hair removal
From issue 21 of Lucire


The revolutionary
Jim Morrison of Big Sexy Hair—the man who chose Katharine McPhee to be the brand’s spokesmodel—could be said to have revolutionized his corner of the beauty industry, writes Summer Rayne Oakes
From issue 21 of Lucire





Welcome to Miami
Oribe Canales is the star hairdresser who has been credited as one of the creators of the supermodels by Vivian Galtier Kelly
From issue 14 of





Anything but desperate
Lucire goes behind the scenes of Desperate Housewives as the crew heads back for the second season
Photograph at left courtesy L’Oréal Paris
Expanded from the August 2005 print edition of


The scents of summer
Men have most of the best fragrances this summer by Phillip Johnson
Expanded from the September 2005 print edition of


Here comes the sun
Lucire favourites for summer skin care for both men and women by Phillip D. Johnson
Expanded from the July 2005 print edition of


For those who breathe
Karen Murrell, founder and CEO of Skinfood, has tapped into a consumer desire for simplicity and value in what is in many respects a premium product by Jack Yan
From the May 2005 print edition of


Brittny revealed
The beautiful and soulful Brittny Gastineau took time out to shoot our cover and speaks with Lucire—our make-up story by Jessica Tarazi
Photographed by Jon Moe
Excerpted from the June 2005 print edition of


Margaret Hema and her magnificent seven
From humble beginnings to a world-class facialist, Margaret Hema is much more than Liv Tyler's favourite by Jack Yan
Main photograph by the author
Excerpted from the June 2005 print edition of


Age is not just a number
Many anti-ageing solutions are available for men, too by Phillip D. Johnson
Expanded from the May 2005 print edition of





Permanent make-up tattoos: taboo or time-saver?
An absence of standards for manufacturers creating pigments for permanent make-up in the United States, such as Premier Pigments, has led to an ongoing saga of laser treatments for one Lucire reader by Nancy Erfan


More, brighter, bigger
Profiling sought-after international hairstylist Brent Lawler, his association with World and working half of each year in Paris by Clare Marshall
backstage photographs courtesy World





Peptide promises
We investigate the new, increasingly popular and needle-free rivals for Retin-A and Botox by M. K. Johnson
photographs courtesy Blue Heron Media and manufacturers


Decadent delights, delicious deals
There are cheaper alternatives to some of the pricier beauty products, as we present our suggestions for beauty on a budget in 2003 by M. K. Johnson


Skin care science: the anti-inflammatory barrier
Two research scientists lead the way in the next generation of anti-ageing skin care by M. K. Johnson
images by Blue Heron Media


Cathy Kangas, the beauty visionary
We profile Cathy Kangas, the woman behind the successful range of PRAI beauty products on ShopNBC by Ann Fryer





Empire of the jade
Two new very exclusive fragrances evoke the exotic Orient





Mysterious and seductive
The behind-the-scenes story of two of the world’s most exclusive perfumes, literally the choice of royalty


Missing in action
A guide to hard-to-find cosmetics and fragrances by M. K. Johnson





Time in a bottle
Skin care for the hectic modern lifestyle where you don't have time to do a full makeover by M. K. Johnson





The hair gallery
The Hair Gallery has officially opened its doors to the UK public in the upmarket London suburb of Esher, Surrey, reports Joanne Smith





The professionals
What’s your personal style? Profaces, a group of professional make-up artists, provides beauty tips for the working woman


The Cosmetic Collection
Editorial make-up artist Elke Von Freudenberg, based in Los Angeles and New York, is behind the very welcome Cosmetic Collection





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