I haven't used this product in a long time; I used it when I was 10, and from what I remember, it worked to treat acne. It wasn't too harsh on my skin, and I think the value was good. I would recommend this to others!
I've been using Benefit They're Real mascara for about six months (and love it), but I was running out and wanted a cheaper dupe for it. This mascara is okay... it makes my lashes longer (giving the effect that I'm wearing false lashes), but the formula is a bit runny (and it tends to smudge under my eyes). I think I can look past the flaws, however-- and I would definitely buy this again!
The quality is amazing! I think they were a little bit pricier, but the sound quality makes up for it! Clearer sound (in comparison to Sony or other brands I've tried), and I like the fact that they're wireless!
Every 90's kid remembers "Boy Meets World"! This show has always been one of my childhood favourites... it can be kind of cheesy at times (it's aimed towards kids and teens; what do you expect?), but it's better than a lot of the shows they make today! (And I love that they still air reruns of it on ABC Spark!)
As a child, I used to watch American Idol a lot (until Simon Cowell left). In 2008, Tori Kelly, then 16-years-old, auditioned-- receiving negative feedback from Cowell, who called her voice "annoying." Now, as I was only about 8 or 9 years old at the time, I didn't really remember this moment.
Fast forward to 2015, at the Billboard Music Awards. They were doing their "Artists to Watch" segment, and Tori performed her first single with nothing but a guitar and her powerful voice. My parents and I agreed that she was amazing; but little did I know that was the girl from American Idol.
Needless to say, I imagine Cowell must be kicking himself now.
Since her first performance at the Billboards, Tori has been nominated for a Grammy, performed at many more awards shows, released a platinum-selling debut album (which is amazing, I must say), and is the voice of "Meena" in Illumination Pictures' most recent animated film, "Sing."
But let's talk about the music. Her first album, "Unbreakable Smile" is beyond amazing. Her voice is POWERHOUSE, and songs are so inspirational; the kind of music that could impact Christian radio stations as well as the mainstream pop stations.
(And her voice keeps improving with every song she records. Just compare her first radio single, "Nobody Love", to her cover of Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry Bout a Thing" from the Sing movie. If she's that good now, just wait until she releases her long-anticipated sophomore album!)
I've been a fan of Nick since about 2006. So of course, when I heard he was releasing his first solo album in years (apparently he recorded a solo album when he was 12, before the JoBros were signed to a major record label), I was super excited! I bought "Chains" and "Jealous" on iTunes when they were first released as singles, then I got a physical copy of the album at HMV right before Christmas (it was a gift to myself, lol). Nick's self-titled album was pretty much my first real exposure to the pop-R&B crossover at the time, and I love every single track. His vocals are amazing-- especially on the more vulnerable songs (like "Push"). 5/5 stars.
(By the way, he favorited one of my tweets about "Jealous" reaching #1 in October 2014... I was at school at the time, and I think the whole school could hear me screaming from across the hall. LOL!)
Love this album! I first became a fan of Bridgit Mendler through her appearances on Disney Channel; namely the TV shows "JONAS" (as "Penny") and "Good Luck Charlie (as "Teddy Duncan"), and the movie "Lemonade Mouth". It was after seeing the aforementioned made-for-TV movie that I realized "this girl can actually sing!" So I bought her debut album when it came out several years ago. Needless to say, I still listen to it sometimes for a throwback, it's so good!