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- PPAP Smear Leads to Uncomfortable Burning: Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen Sheet Mask Review
- GIVEAWAY Announcement! Win Volition Skincare ($209 Value)–Just VOTE for My Balls
- Worth It? Voloom Hair Volumizing Iron – Review & Comparison to Crimper and Voloom Petite
- BeautyandtheCat Sunscreen? Yes Please!
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- Wet ‘n’ Mild: Erborian Eau Ginseng, Yuzu Double Lotion, & Ginseng Milk Reviews
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BeautyandtheCat | An… on PPAP Smear Leads to Uncomforta… BeautyandtheCat | An… on PPAP Smear Leads to Uncomforta… Indya on PPAP Smear Leads to Uncomforta…
Angela (to Renee and Indya): LADIES!!! I have a very speshul present for you.
Indya: Does it involve cutting out lolcat talk?
Angela: Me haz no idea what zis hooman is talking about. Ahem–*whips out package*–feast your eyes on this.
Renee (eyes widening): Ooh, aaah. It’s so big! It’s so firm! It’s so…pineappley?! OMG it’s the heartthrob Pikotaro. Sooooo much better than your girly male Korean pop star masks!
Angela: I’m going to pretend you didn’t just wound the deepest part of my soul. Anyhoo, I got each of us a Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP) sheet mask. You get a PPAP smear, you get a PPAP smear, EVERYONE gets a PPAP smear!
I don’t say that lightly. But as someone with straight and slippery hair that could barely be teased after 15 mins of backcombing and hair spraying by a wedding hairdresser, that’s the truth. If I lost this $130 tool, I’d immediately order a new one. And yes, I paid for both the original and petite versions.
This post will sound like a paid ad for Voloom (“Turn the volume up to 11!!”), but it’s not. (I *wish* we got commission for all the people we’ve converted.) I’m just obsessed with it because IT WORKS and IT’S EASY. Ever since Renee introduced me to this, I’ve used this regularly and often. And both of us named this one of our 2016 furvorites.
I (Angela) am obsessed with sunscreen. Maybe you picked that up when I reviewed 12 Japanese ones in a megapost (all SPF 50+ and PA++++ of course). But one question always nagged at me: how do I know whether I’ve applied enough to get the actual level of SPF advertised on the bottle?
I dreamed of sunscreen that came pre-measured and perfectly portioned in capsules to make it easy to apply just the right amount. No guesswork and no measuring spoon required. (Yep, I resorted to using a 1/4-tsp measuring spoon at one point.)
Well now you can vote for my idea to come to life! (One vote per email.)
I just came back from my annual snowboarding trip in Whistler. Beside the bazillion foot elevation and vertical drop, and jaw-dropping, audible-gasping sights of this mountain, this & the surrounding Vancouver area has among my (Renee’s) FAVORITE duty free shopping because it’s a huge port for Cathay Pacific routes to Asia. Behold: