We are over half way through the year, and I haven’t bought anything new from lush! I’m really excited and proud of that, and making my way through products that I’ve had for ages. Heck. I even went into a Lush store with a friend last weekend and I didn’t buy anything! I think that’s some pretty serious progress for me. But, that’s not what we’re here for; we’re here to talk about the Rose Jam solid shower gel that I bought last year!
Fangirls, I’d like to start this off by saying that I did not have high expectations for this book. I threw it onto my stack of books to buy at Barnes and Noble because I had a gift card, and thought “what the heck, why not?” That doesn’t mean this book is bad, it just isn’t the book for me.
Holy guacamole, Fangirls! We’ve made it through almost 20 weeks of Project Panning, and I feel like my collection is (slightly) more refined because of it. I’m working through shadows, soaps, and bath bombs, and I’ve been really good about not buying more. My bank account is grateful, and I’m excited about the empties taking up space instead of new products. So lets dive right in!
Friends and Fangirls, this article comes to us from the laptop of my lovely friend Nicole! She tried out a bath melt that I didn’t get a chance to, and thought it isn’t available any more, I think it’s a worthwhile read!
A few months ago I walked by Lush and saw their new campaign to teach others about becoming a trans ally. Lush created the “Inner Truth Bath Melt”, and donated 100% the proceeds to various causes, working towards creating a better world for those in the Trans community. I picked one up for myself, as well as a lovely pamphlet talking about what it means to be trans, and found a new favorite bath melt!
It’s been a long time coming, Fangirls. We’ve waited years for more Incredibles; I’ve been waiting since 2004 to see what’s going on with the Underminer, and how the Parrs deal with juggling super-life and the normal stuff. So to beat the heat last weekend, we went to the movies and fell in love with the Parrs all over again.
Fangirls, I won’t be spoiling the end of this book, but if you’re planning on reading the duology, I recommend reading the first book, The Six of Crows, before hitting that read more tab.