It has been quite some time since there has been a beauty review on my blog. My goal is to start the process of changing that today. Back in January, […]
Happy Sunday, everyone! Today I’m here today to bring you my review of the website Photowall.com. I recently gifted with a canvas print for my honest review, which I will […]
Hello everyone, we have officially reached the middle of the week. It may be just me but it seems like this week is just flying by. Today I have two […]
Logojoy.com Review & Finding Brand Identity I have to say that it’s been a good month so far and things are starting to come together. I’ve been focusing a lot […]
I can’t tell you how happy I was when I found this in the mail when I came home from lunch. I mentioned in the #SPOTLIGHT Review & Rant| Skin Effects […]
So I admit that I gave into the hype when I first big chopped and went natural. I made the mistake of buying products because I heard a lot about them and I saw they were popular. (But doesn’t everybody?) In the beginning of my natural hair journey, I never really took the time to get to know my hair and figure out exactly what it needed. This is more so true when I had a TWA (teeny weeny afro). Because at the time, I would slap products on my head, think I was done, and call it a day.
I tried to look up reviews for this chicken, I found a few. I love when people go out of their way to make food or a bad product sound great. One reviewer said they thought this chicken was fantastic and then in the next sentence mentioned that the size and seasoning differ each bag. My favorite part was when I read that if I add more buffalo sauce to the chicken I would love it even more. So not only do you get inconsistency each bag, but buffalo sauce is not included?
Scuff marks won’t go away? No problem! Dirty fingerprints on your door? No problem! I’m not exactly sure what makes them work but, I think everyone should have one around the house.
I have oily-combination skin on my face. And that seems like a simple term, but for me it’s quite complex. My forehead and the area around my nose try to compete with the sun to see who can shine the most. While my chin and cheeks dry out in the desert.
I literally starred at the plate for 30 seconds before I asked the waitress, “If a slice of the cake is this big. How big is the actual cake?” She never answered my questioned though, she just kept laughing at me. I actually couldn’t finish it and had to take the rest home. This cake is rich without being sickly sweet and I love it with all my heart.