I am very much late to the party with this one and I know that, but I have gotten around to talking about this palette finally, which I am pretty excited about because this is a pretty exciting palette if you ask me. So, let’s not waste too much time and just get into talking about this palette.
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I have something super fun in store for you guys today, or at least I think that it is super fun and I am very much excited about it. I have loved the idea of custom mixed lipsticks since I heard about them, but nowhere around me does them, not as far as I am aware anyway. So, I went searching on the internet and found Finding Ferdinand, which meant that I obviously had to try it out and that is why we are here today, so let’s get into it.
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I am back with a fun Etsy product to talk about, I always love doing these posts and this month is no different, there is just something about Etsy things that make me happy, I think it’s just a love of small business and handmade things. Let’s stop chit chatting and get into talking about this brand.
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So, I may or may not have partly purchased this bath bomb because the tagline for it is Fights Evil, Wins Love. I am a huge fan of Sailor Moon, so when I saw that and it sounded something like a scent I would enjoy, I decided that I had to have it. So let’s settle on into a bath and have a chat about this one.
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It’s the weekend and I am excited! I am always excited for the weekend, it means I have time to mess around and do nothing in particular. Anyway, in honor of what is hopefully going to be a fun weekend, I decided to share a review of a really fun eyeshadow palette, so let’s just jump right on in and see how this goes.
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I was sure that I was going to hate the scent of this bath bomb but it was too pretty to pass up so I had to have it and at least give it a chance, so that’s why we are here today, to talk about this really colorful bath bomb that I was on the fence about just by the description. So, let’s jump into this bath and see how it went.
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This fun looking little one is the one that I saved for last this month. I do have more bath bomb reviews coming up over the next few months, then I’m sure there will be holiday ones so the reviews will never end, they just won’t be as heavy as they were this month. I wanted to talk about this one last because it feels like a good bath bomb to take you into summer, it’s very fresh and bright so let’s talk about it.
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I have another Lush review today but it’s not a bath bomb, instead, I am talking about a fun jelly face mask from the regular range, which is exciting if you ask me. Also, I may or may not have purchased this one because the name reminds me of Sailor Moon, not sure if that’s what it supposed to make you think of or not but that is what it makes me think of. So let’s dive in and get into talking about this one.
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I’m sure at this point it is not the slightest bit surprising that I have a bath bomb review, I have too many still planned out which I talk about way too much. This bath bomb is a fun one that I am excited to talk about, so let’s not waste any time and slide right into this bath.
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I feel like I am so late on this one but I wanted to get a chance to try out all the shades and have a more proper opinion about this one, so that’s what I have done. However, I also wanted to make sure to get this out before summer really started because this is a fantastic summer palette if you ask me, so let’s just get into it and start chatting about this palette.
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