Halloween LUSH Haul

Happy Halloween! I hope you guys are having (or had) an amazing night! I ordered some Halloween LUSH items a few weeks ago and I just got my package today (I guess this is my Halloween treat, hehe) so I'm going to share what I got with you all, Enjoy!

Pumkin Bubble Bar
The whole reason I order from LUSH's Halloween collection was because of this little guy! I'm so going to use this this weekend to finish off the Halloween season.

Let The Good Times Roll Cleanser
I heard so many good things about this cleanser so I had to check it out. It smells really yummy! Can't wait to use it for the first time tonight!

Soot Ball Bath Bomb
When I saw this guy it totally reminded me of the soot spirits in Totoro so I had to get one! When you use this it suppose to turn the water into gold sparkles!

Lord Of Misrule Bath Bomb
I mainly got this one because it was limited edition. I saw some picture of this bath bomb online and it looks really pretty, like a sea!

Here are the samples I got sent. The fun soap looks so cute!

!Happy Halloween!


DIY: Witch and Cat Scarecrows

Today I have a insanely cute Halloween decor idea that would look adorable around your home or at a Halloween themed party! All you need is some left over craft supplies (if your a crafter like me you probably all ready have most of this stuff) and a creative mind!

- Fabric glue
- Scissors
- Skewers
- Left over fabric
- Yarn
- Stuffing
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Felt

You don't have to use the exact same stuff you can use whatever you already have laying around your house.

Step 1: Using a glue gun glue the two skewers across from each over to form a "T". Leave to cool before moving on to next step.

Step 2: Glue the stuffing on to the top part of the skewers to form the head. I actually had a leftover crocheted ball laying around in my craft drawer so I decide to use that instead to make the head appear more rounded. If you know how to crochet just crochet a small ball and stick it on instead of the stuffing. 

Step 3: Layer a square of fabric over the head and tie some yarn around the neck to secure the fabric.

Step 4: Using some black felt cut out some eyes to give your scarecrow some personality.

Step 5: Glue on some yarn for the hair.

Step 6: To finish off the witch scarecrow I made a tiny witch hat using some black felt then glued it on top of the head.

To make a cat scarecrow repeat all the step but use black fabric instead and decorate the head like a cat. I made the ears by cutting out black felt and gluing them on top of the head.  

If any of you try this DIY let me know by taging me (@mooeyandfriends) on instagram. I would love to see what you guys come up with!

!Happy Halloween!


Japanese Magazine Haul

As you guys may know I am a huge fan of Japanese street style and as a result I collect a bundles of  Japanese magazines. So the other day I received a package in the mail with some of my new purchases and I thought I would share them with you guys. I'll also share where I buy my magazines from. Enjoy!

This is my favorite purchase out of all the magazines that I got. It's actually a book all about Ayumi Seto! If you guys don't know who Ayumi is I did a whole blog post about her here. What I love about Ayumi is that she has such a cute and original style so when I heard she had a book coming out I had to order it asap!

You can buy Ayumi Seto's book "Ayumi Kids" here.

I collect Zipper magazines because they are my favorite Japanese fashion magazine so I bought the two most recent issues. In my opinion Zipper is probably one of the best magazines for Harajuku street style, it has a good variety of styles to choose from like girly or boyish. I would highly recommend you picking up a Zipper magazine if your not sure which Japanese magazine to get.

You can buy the November Zipper issue here.

Lastly, I decided to finally get a copy of Nylon Japan. Nylon is the only fashion magazine that I'm currently subscribed to in the States but I've always wanted to buy a Japanese issue because everything in Japan is always better! When I saw that Amo from Amoyamo was on the cover of the November issue I HAD to get it!

You can buy the November issue of Nylon here.

What are your favorite Japanese magazines?



Review: Missha Creamy Latte Green Tea Cleanser

One thing that I think everyone should know about me is that I love just about anything green tea related! So when I heard that Missha had a green tea latter cleanser I knew I needed to try it! Missha actually has three latte cleansers to choose from a green tea (oily skin), strawberry (normal), and chocolate (dry skin).

What it claims to do?
"Bring freshness and nutritions to rough skin. Thick foam like a cup of refreshing green tea covers your skin gently and keeps it moist."

- Clears skin
- Controls oil
- Smells amazing
- Comes with a lot of product
- Under $10
- Great for daily use

- Doesn't foam too much
- Hard to find

My thoughts:
The day I got this I notice that the tube was packed with product, which is great if your looking for a long term daily face wash. The cleanser itself is a metallic light green that smells like green tea. When in use the cleanser doesn't foam as much as I would like but it still did a great job at cleaning and clearing my face. I'm actually thinking of trying the strawberry one next!

Would I recommend this to someone? If you have oily skin or normal, yes!

You can buy the Missha Creamy Latte Green Tea Cleanser here

What is your favorite daily cleanser?