Game Review ♥ Disney Magical World

When I first saw the Japanese advertisement for Disney Magical World I was so excited! But then I thought it would never come to the States (like most Japanese games) but a couple of months later I heard from someone on twitter that it was coming out in April and I marked my calender! Fast forward today and I've been playing this game for a few weeks now and it's pretty good not the best though. This game is definitely marked towards younger children (like most of Disney) but older people can enjoy too!

You arrive in The magical world of Disney and are greeted by Minnie and Mickey mouse. They talk about all the fun stuff that awaits for you! In the game you can dress up as Disney characters, visit different worlds, meet and take photos with various Disney characters, defeat ghosts, and even own your own cafe!

This is one of those games that is great to play once in a while. It's not like Animal Crossing where you have to visit everyday and do your "chores". You can miss a few days of game play and Minnie will still be there next time you play. Another things that I enjoyed about this game is that there is a lot of fun Disney content for major Disney fans!

I only have one con and it's that this game is pretty easy but that's understandable because it's aimed for younger children. You can probably finish this within a week or two (I still haven't finished but I don't play everyday).

You can buy Disney Magical World here

Have you played Disney Magical World yet?



Review: Beach Babe Texturizing Sea Salt Spray ♥ Not Your Mother's

My favorite type of hair style is that boho beach waves look that becomes really popular during summer. Most start buying their "beach ready" wave enhancers around late spring/early summer but I buy these sorts of products all year long (if it says beach waves I've probably tried it!). I thought I would never find the perfect waving spray but I finally found it! Keep reading to find out more...

 What it claims to do:
"Now everyday can be a day at the beach...minus the sunburn. Beach Babe has everyone fooled into thinking you just left the beach (you little liar!). It adds sexy, tousled waves and a light matte finish to any hair type. Infused with natural dead sea salt & sea kelp this salon formula has you and your hair on the boardwalk all year long."

- Adds texture to your hair
- Gives your hair a matte finish
- Smells nice
- Great for beach waves
- Controls frizz

- Dries hair

My experience:
I first used this spray last year and I was amazed with the results! I've tried many (and I mean many!) types of beach wave sprays and I think this is the perfect one! It gives you that tousled mermaid waves that many of us crave during summer and leaves a matte finish (that would look great with some colorful chalk streaks). The only thing that I don't like is that it dries out your hair (especially the ends) but most sea salt spray do this so it's alright.

Would I recommend this?
Yes! Hands down the best sea salt spray I've tried so far!

You can buy the NYM Beach Babe Texturizing Sea Salt Spray here

What's your favorite sea salt spray?



Review: The Body Shop Vitamin E Overnight Serum-In-Oil

Hello! I feel like I haven't posted a beauty review in FOREVER, but then again I always say that whenever I post a product review. (I guess I should make more) Today I will be reviewing The Body Shop Vitamin E Overnight Serum-In-Oil. I first heard about this serum when The Body Shop emailed me and I was very intrigued so I decided to try it out. I've been using this for a full month and here are my thoughts on it...

What it claims to do?
"Wake up to beautiful skin with new Vitamin E Overnight Serum-In-Oil, a technical innovation combining the power of a serum and oil to indulge, replenish and recharge skin with moisture overnight."

- Soft face
- Moisturizing
- Soothing scent
- Gives your face a dewy look

- Breaks out my forehead
- Oily
- Gets on your pillow at night

My experience:
I was pretty excited to use this product because it sounded like a great product, in theory. The texture of this serum is super oily and it literally makes your skin look and feel like greasy. After a few minutes on your face this gives you a dewy look but since I usually at night it sometimes gets on my face. The next morning I got from using this was a big red pimply friend on my forehead! (but that could be from something else)

Would I recommend this to someone?
Not really. I haven't seen any major changes on my skin from using this. (aside from a forehead pimple but then again that could be from something else) However I will continue to use this serum every night until I run out (because I hate wasting products) and if my opinion changes I will make sure to let you guys know.

You can purchase The Body Shop Vitamin E Overnight Serum-In-Oil here

Have you tried this serum before? Did you like it?



Meet Lucy! My First Puppy!

 Hi guise! So it's been a while since my last blog post but I have a great reason why I haven't posted and that's because I GOT A PUPPY! If you've followed my blog for a while you know exactly how much I've longed for a puppy! I literally woke up on Saturday morning and drove 5-6 hours to Tennessee (not including traffic) just to get this precious Pomeranian! She's 6 weeks old and probably the sweetest puppy in the world! This would be my first puppy ever so she's quite a handful but she's too adorable so it's worth it! I thought I would share some pictures of her that I took the past couple of days. Enjoy!

If any of you have any advice for first time puppy owners I would really appreciate it!