Awhile back, I went to Barnes & Noble and asked someone for their recommendations. She gave me a ton of great books, and I have been excited while reading each of them. But when I posted a picture of my books, everyone’s comments were about Six of Crows, a hardcover that I didn’t know anything about. But when I started reading, I understood why so many people were so into it.
Fangirls, let me tell you something; I love sketch comedy. I didn’t realize I harbored such an intense love of it until the past year or so, but since then, I’ve been following a group called Aunty Donna. Aunty Donna is an Australian sketch comedy trio who I can’t get enough of, and this past weekend, I got to see them live.
It’s kind of rare that I read adult fiction. I am someone who tends to enjoy young adult fiction, and high fantasy. But Crazy Rich Asians is a book with a lot of buzz around it, and with a movie coming out, I decided to check it out.
I’ve talked before about Korean and Eastern Beauty; I think it’s great! There are techniques that are being used in other countries with very different purposes than what Western Beauty uses, and that’s really exciting. But this mask I bought a month or so ago, because it was a peel off mask, which is something I love. So let’s dive in!
Getting back to the incredible pile of unused lush products, I tried out the Windmill Bubble Bar the other day! I was a bit nervous about it; I didn’t have the best time with the fidget spinner (for show, anyways) and I was worried this would disappoint in the same way.
Before I decided to go on my low-buy, I was at the mall to make a return, and stopped into this incredible store called Riley Rose. I knew almost nothing of it, other than it looked like a candy shop and was full of bright lights. I went in and was blown away by the amount of Korean and Eastern Beauty Products that they had featured there.