Fangirls, I haven’t read Divergent, nor have I seen the movie. I justify that with the disappointment I felt at the end of the Hunger Games series, but this book, authored by the same woman who wrote Divergent, is worlds apart from what I’ve read recently. I loved this book quite fiercely, and sped through it, so let’s talk about it.
I don’t tend to go for the fancy, shaped bubble bars. I usually think that I get the best bubbles (and baths in general) from the simple ones like The Comforter and Brightside. But the other day I took a lovely soak using the Little Dragon reusable bubble bar, and I was astounded.
Friends and Fangirls, we know that I have an addiction to Disney. I spend too much money in the parks, on the app, and even on excursions to Disney. One place that’s far off from being an option is visiting the Disney Parks that are overseas. But they still have incredible merchandise, so I have to get my hands on it somehow! So I found out about Tokyo Kawaii Club, and signed up for a trial month box. It came in last week, and I loved it!
Boy, oh boy do I have some progress to share with you. I’m super excited about it, so let’s dive right in!
As many of you know, I love both Harry Potter and Lush. I heard about the Prince of Darkness face mask before I went to the UK, and immediately saw the connection between HP and Lush. So I made it my job to get my hands on it!
Alright Fangirls, you know that I love me some retellings. Heart of Iron is no exception. Written by Ashley Posten (of Geekerella), this is the first of (at least) two books. It was a gripping read, and we’re going to get right into it.
Fangirls, you all know how I feel about the So White scent from Lush. If you aren’t aware; I live for it. It’s a beautifully strong apple scent that smells just as pure as an apple orchard. I can not get enough of it. Here in the states we usually get it as a bath bomb, but this year we got a lotion instead. To complete the trifecta, however, I had to look to the UK site.