Careline is a local Filipino brand that has been around as far back as I can remember. Alongside Ever Bilena, another long-time brand, Careline has gone through a lot of changes since their debut in 2005. However, they remain to be the makeup brand for teenagers and being budget-friendly, and with the expansion of Blythe […]Read more "Careline blushes: A Review"
We have seen an influx of ‘reboots’ lately, especially kids/general audiences’ shows that long ended more than a decade ago, and the generally negative reaction towards these works. And I understand. I have a confession to make: I’m a gamer (no that’s not the confession) and…I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the ‘reboot’ version of the Devil […]Read more "REBOOT ‘reBo0tS’: Why reboots are bad and how they don’t have to be (a venting post)"
The first European branded skin care and the most expensive I’ve had is from France’s Nuxe Paris. I got a taste of their items back in 2018 and came to the conclusion that at least I get to try their products, but personally wouldn’t come back to their brand again (spoiler). By the way, I’ve […]Read more "Nuxe Paris’ Brightening Moisturizing Lotion: A Review"
Hello there! Coming in with another Filipino-made/local product from ‘The Good Goods’ brand. I’ve only ever encountered them back in Pasay’s S’Maison Mall, connected to SM MOA. I will say that I got this back in 2018 and had forgotten to post a review of it back when the stall was active and when I […]Read more "The Good Goods Micellar Water: A Review"