Updates: College!


Hello lovelies!
I am officially a college student now.
It's just a small community college near me because I can't afford any other schools T-T

Well anyways,You guys would think that I wouldn't have the time to blog and such but it's actually the complete opposite!
I have a ton of free time on my hands so far on campus after my classes so hopefully I get to read blogs and update mine more often.

I do have a few more product reviews for you guys soon so please look forward to that!
Much Love <3




Hair Care: Shiseido Tsubaki Water Review


Hello lovelies!
I am here today with a hair product review :)
I have been meaning to do this review for the longest time.


I bought this at a beauty store near me for $10.00 and I also found it online here with detailed information about this product.

So lets see what this product claims to do:
Tsubaki leave-in type hair treatment water cares for dry, damaged hair. Contains unique non-greasy Camellia oil to keep hair smooth and silky without weighing down. Protects against daily UV-rays. Refreshing Camellia green scent. 
And the directions:
From 5-10cm apart from hair, spray on hair until it is moist and hand-comb or brush your hair. Blow dry your hair to finish off. 
Now, on my bottle it said to spray it into my hair and wash it off.
When I first got the product, I would spray it in my hair and blow dry it.
I feel like either way works, its just that if you leave it in, its a little more effective (well no duh.)


I don't really have before and after pictures so you are going to take my word for it when I say it seriously works.
I bought this when my hair was still crazy and curly
My hair was all over the place and felt really dry even though my hair wasn't all that damaged (minus the dyed part which you can see in the picture above).
When I used this every other day after a shower, my hair was shinier, softer and well, "bouncier" 

Overall:             

I have been using this product for a while now. Maybe a few months and I love it. The only down side of this is that my hair does get a little oily faster. And you don't need a whole lot of this, trust me. When it sprays it sprays a lot and covers a lot (I hope that made sense...). You really only need 2-3 sprays of this and you are good to go :)
I haven't tried this on fully dry hair, only on damp hair. I feel like it might get too oily for me if I used it on dry hair.

Did it live up to what it is suppose to do?:
Keep hair smooth and silky without weighing down: ✔+ My hair looks and feel beautiful and it really doesn't weigh my hair down.

PROS:
  • Really easy to use
  • Nice scent (I have read reviews on this and you either love the scent or hate it. It kinda smells like the salon and I don't mind it at all)
  • Gets my hair super soft and shiny 


CONS:
  • My hair does tend to a bit oily faster than it usually does (Probably the only reason why I gave a 4/5 stars because oily hair = oilier face = break outs)

Would I buy it again?/Price:
I love this product and it was only $10.00. I would definitely buy this again :)

Recommendations:
  • Don't over spray!
  • I wouldn't use it daily... Too much of the good thing can be bad you know! (this includes the bullet point above)



I hope this review was helpful and I hope you guys get to try it and love it as much as I do :)
Do you guys have any products you want me to try out and review? Let me know!

Much Love <3

Personal: Making cookies :)


Hello lovelies!
The other day, my sisters and I made some chocolate chip cookies
This is just a post for me to upload all my selcas and such haha so you'll be seeing alot of me in this post :P




Preparing the ingredients~

mix mix mix!


Doesn't that look yummy? *A*






hehe selca-ing while we wait for the cookies >3<



With Jay too~


finished cookies!!! Yummy <3
Do you guys like chocolate chip cookies?

Sorry for the spam of pictures!
I hope it wasn't too much for you guys >3<

I will be doing a couple of review posts soon so I hope you look forward to them!

Much love <3

Makeup Review: Etude House BB Magic Pact

Hello lovelies! As promised, here is the Etude House BB Magic Pact!



Wow I haven't done a review post in so long... >A<

Anyways, I went on their website to see what the company has to say.
I couldnt find this product but this is what it says on the back of the box:
Pressed powder compact absorbs oil and supplies long lasting coverage with smooth, moist finish for a natural look. This product is free of oil, talc and wax for sensitive skin.

It comes in Light Beige and Natural Beige.
I got the Natural Beige because I did get a little tan with a couple of trips to the pool and I knew the light beige was going to be way too light for me.


Anyways, silly me, I just put this power on my face without foundation when I was suppose to.
But there is a really light hint of a scent. I really like it. It smells fresh :)


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But I really liked the light coverage it gave me. If I wore a light BB cream with it, it probably would have been perfect.

*************Edit:
So as I promised, I have come back. I put my BB cream on and then the power over it


The power does give me a nice finish but if you look up close, you can see my not very pretty dry patches.
I left it on for about 6 hours and about 2-3 hours in, I could feel my face getting oily.
I checked my face and it didn't look oily and the dry patches were not as noticeable.
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Overall:             

I really like this so far. I'm really trying to minimize the things I have in my makeup bag I carry around and this might be replacing the press power I have now. I really like the packaging and the hint of that scent. If It keeps me oil free the whole day, I will come back and give this 5/5 stars :)
*************Edit:
I really do like this product but it doesn't keep me oil free all day and makes my dry patches very noticeable up close
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Did it live up to what it is suppose to do?:
long lasting coverage: I kept this on for about 6 hours and it stayed and didn't make my face feel heavy or oily.
smooth, moist finish for a natural look: ✔-?  I don't think it was a "moist" finish but like I said, no foundation underneath so I'll have to try this again with it and update this review. 


************Edit:
it still wasn't a "moist" and "smooth" finish with the bb cream under the powder. There were dry patches but I did like the finish of the look from a few steps away from the mirror.

PROS:
The finish is beautiful if you are not so close up. The packaging its beautiful and I love the scent

CONS:
Obviously the fact that it does make my dry patches noticeable and how it doesn't keep me oil free all day

Would I buy it again?/Price:
Well it was about $15.oo on ebay (including shipping). I don't think I would buy it again just because the press power I have is like $6.oo and it seriously keeps me oil free all day. 

Recommendations:
If you guys have the money give it a try and let me know how it suits you. I don't remember the name of the press powder I have because I don't have my makeup bag near me to check lol. But anyways if you guys do get this, a little bit goes a long way! Trust me! you don't need to pack a whole bunch on the applicator to see a difference.
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This was a really quick and rushed review and I apologize >A<
I promise I'll tweak it in a few days after trying the product some more but i hope this gave you guys the general idea about the product.

Thanks for reading!
Much love <3
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