1 cup of Belle's love of reading, 1 tablespoon of Rapunzel's impressive hair, 1 tablespoon of Peter Parker's nerdy-ness, 1 teaspoon of GoGo Tomago's adrenaline, 1 teaspoon of Peggy Carter's individuality and class, a dash of Baymax's frankness and compassion, a dash of Anna's awkwardness, and a pinch of Wart's desire to be something more. When I'm not working I'm either doing something crafty, writing a drabble, or losing myself in music.
A good selection of products and price points. I like there’s floor samples out you can sit and try out. They’re very descriptive with their products like the mattresses. Installation can be a challenge at times if it has multiple parts but it isn’t impossible to decipher.
While it is on the pricier side compared to other competitors, it has been the best option for my sensitive skin prone to occasional acne breakouts and dryness due to weather. It is unscented and light - easy to use and my skin never has that dry feeling after using. (Some cleansers leave me feeling very dry where I need to immediately apply moisturizer right away.)
Lightweight product that is easy to apply as a finishing or misting spray after finishing skincare or makeup routine. There’s little to no fragrance and it’s good for sensitive skin. It is pricey for a finishing spray but the quality is very good.
I received a sample when I ordered things from Sephora one time. It is a lightweight cream that you can wear day or night. There is fragrance to it, which is why I took stars off. It’s a bit prominent for a while until the scent fades. I felt the packaging is pretty but I prefer my usual cream for nighttime which is also water-based and less pricey.
I bought this thinking it would be fun try out, as I love K-Beauty. It did not smell like lemon, but strongly of alcohol, which is one of the first ingredients in the mask. I was only able to wear the mask for minimum amount of time before my skin began tingling and I was quick to remove it. I ended up washing my face to get the remainder of the mask off, instead of patting it in to let the essence absorb into my skin.
BLACKPINK is one of my favorite groups and the line looked cool. I am already a fan of their cushion compact and felt confident this would be up there as well.
The packaging is minimalist and sleek, which fits with the brand. I like how the bullet has different edges so you can line and fill in your lips with it, no brush required. However, the Barely Nude color comes out looking a bit too peachy on my lips if applied heavily. I can get away with a light application, but it’s a shame the payoff is not flattering on me.
The finish is a satin and it goes on smoothly. It has a vanilla scent to it, but not overpowering. The formula is good but next time I’ll pick another color.
Jennifer Aniston endorsed this brand, saying it was a great hair brand that she trusted her beautiful hair to. I liked the promise of it reducing frizz and the fact it was sulfate and SL free was good.
It has a light scent to it, but not unpleasant. It’s easy to comb my hair out after using this and my hair feels soft to the touch.