Like the gold, this still didn't work for me. I have acne-prone/oily skin and usually it just exacerbates the issue. However, I have kept this BB because it works actually really well when I go to the beach. I use it more as a sunscreen for my face instead of using the body stuff and having my face go crazy due to irritation. And since I'm at the beach the salt and sun keeps the BB from being much of an issue acne-wise. And if my face looks a bit greasy or a bit pale, it's the beach. Who cares.
I wasn't a fan of this. I tried it based off of rave reviews and while I do have pretty pale skin, this just made it even more pale. It also was not helpful for my oily/acne prone skin and exacerbated the problem, making me break out and quickly making me have grease face. I had to stop using it and toss it which is pity. I was really wanting to like this. I guess it works for others.
I have no idea why these figures are categorized under "Gamer" but whatever.
I only have a couple of Funko figures (including this Pinkie Pie) and I understand that people love to collect them. But for the price (especially the more popular hard to find ones), I do not see the draw personally. Many times I've seen them for sale with the paint not in proper places (bleeding over to other areas or bare in spots) and either bits broken off or rattling inside. That just screams cheaply-made to me.
I am impressed at various artists who repaint these fairly crappy figures into custom creations, making them look ten times better than the original. I would rather pay for those. I doubt I will buy any more of these figures in the future.
As far as glosses go, these are my go to. They do not have the super sticky feeling though being rather creamy, there's the chance of getting your long hair on a breezy day stuck to your face nonetheless.
The shine is not too dramatic and it lasts a decent amount of time. I tend to layer it over lipstick for some extra dimension or subtle color blend. Wearing it alone tends to make my lips peel (yeah, sounds gross) so I don't usually do that. Color payoff isn't super sheer but not as opaque as a lipstick. The smell is slight and similar to box cake batter? For the price, these are not a bad purchase.
I have this on the PC from Steam. The remake of the original HDN is so much better with the changes in combat and dungeons. The English voicework is done very well and I feel keeps with the cute "moe" characters but keep in mind, they may sound annoying to some people especially during combats where you might only be able to take so much of "easy-peasy" and "desudesudesu".
The references and humor are what make the game truly fun because beyond that it is another grindy, turn-based combat, Japanese RPG. The different Goddesses represent various gaming systems in the Console Wars of Gamindustri with other girls representing the companies that developed the game itself like Compa and IF. You run into minor characters like Tekken (like the fighting game) and Ran-Ran (basically the internet/forums).
Overall, I would recommend. Especially with how cheap the games are now. Definitely the Rebirth version because the original was annoying. And if you do not like the English voices I believe you can change it to the original Japanese in the options. Also! This plays the best with a controller unless you can find a keyboard mapping that actually works for you.
For me it didn't seem to work well. It dispensed like a sugary syrup and ended up being sticky. The smell wasn't bad but for the intended effect, it really didn't do anything beyond making my hair sort of sticky as well and greasy-looking. Then the container started leaking and I tossed it after it made the other products in my drawer sticky too. Meh.
I like the features of this pack n' play though I wish baby accessory companies would just allow us to pick individual things to put into combos like having the base playard with bassinet then pick if you want a bouncer or napper or rocker whatnot and what sort of changing station you want (or not) with what type of storage caddy. I find while shopping for baby things that it is quite frustrating to find features you like but you must settle for things you do not necessarily need or want. Customization would be lovely.
ANYWAYS, this playard was fairly easy to put together. I've read reviews on other sites saying that it took them "five hours" and it was too complicated. It took max 30 mins for me to put together with a cursory read through of the instructions. Everything is pretty self-explanatory and the only mildly frustrating part was the infant seat due to the material needing to be pulled over the metal framework to velcro and snap into place, which was not exactly stretchy or giving at all and I was afraid it would rip before attaching. The way the mat attaches to the bottom of the playard gives me a bit cause for concern as well since it feels like with little repeat usage it will rip the bottom material trying to shove the velcro and snap straps through the holes over and over again if you are using this as a portable play area.
Everything seems pretty easy to wash or wipe down but I'm sure like with everything baby, it is going to get stains along the way eventually. I also particularly like that this changing station has supports on the ends unlike some of the other pack n' plays where the stations just jut out from the anchors on two corners and eventually sag some causing the baby to roll a bit while changing. Supposedly it holds up to a 30 lb kiddo as well.
Overall, I feel this was a decent purchase but I will warn that if your mom tum is super big by this point, you will need help putting it together. The first part is snapping the side bars up then pushing the middle part all the way down to the floor to lock the frame in place which will be an issue if you have problems bending down over things. Secondly, if you are already juggling a wailing, pooping ball of protoplasm, know that you will need two hands to put this together especially for the first time (with the infant seat and changing station).
Another fantastic release by Telltale Games (makers of The Walking Dead and Tales from the Borderlands games). It's another storytelling game with point and click and the occasional quicktime events. This is based off the Fables comic book series setting and is centered around a murder mystery. It's dark and gritty without trying too hard. Not being completely knowledgeable about Fables, it was fun to guess what fairy tale each character was from before they were formally introduced and how they have deviated from their happily ever after.