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L'Oreal Pure Clay Face Mask (Product Review)

First I must say, if you haven't yet tried the new L'Oreal Pure Clay face masks you should definitely purchase one today. They are one of the most amazing products I have ever used.

I received these masks for free in exchange for a honest review of the product through a site called BzzAgent. This was the first item I had been given to review and I couldn't have been more pleased with what i received.

These three masks are designed to be fit for all skin types, it's just a matter of piecing together which one provides the best results for your skin.
Descriptions of each:

Red Algae - Exfoliants and refines pores. 

Charcoal - Detox and Brightening 

Eucalyptus - Purifies and Mattifies

Each jar is retailed for about $9.28, and there is a sufficient amount of product. I believe customers can get more out of this product than buying individual face masks. I received all three mask variations, which is about $30 I would have gladly spent to make my skin feel the way it does …

13 Reasons Why (Series Review)

"Pardon Me, but you really hurt my feelings"
The quote that is in the beginning of the series, and one that stuck with me the rest of the way through because all these kids know how to do is hurt everyone's feelings.

I am fully aware that this review is late, seeing as the series was released on March 31st of this year. I have only now gathered the courage to want to see this series for myself and now i am here to rant until i feel better about what i've done. I have had my fair share of experiences with bullies and peer pressure. I know how she feels for a good portion of this series, but i would never know how it feels to have so many things bombarded on you at once like it did for her. I would have definitely done many things differently if i was in her predicament but the initial pain is still there.
Once again, for the ones who don't know anything about "13 Reasons Why" is a Netflix Original series that revolves arounds a teenager named C…

LEGION (Season One Review)

The first season of Legion has officially come to a undesirable end!

For all those that know nothing about Legion, He is the son of Professor X. This character falls into the category of antihero with Deadpool because he doesn't take into account the wellbeing of the world before lighting the place up. Legion has a super mutant version of dissociative identity disorder where each of his alternate personas has their own superpowers. So the first season only touches the tip of the iceberg with this creature.

The series is fascinating in many ways that surprised me. It will persuade you to feel as though you are tripping on acid trying to follow along with the missing pieces of time and the main character's perception of his fantasy world mixed with our reality. You will literally be taken through the mind of a man that was told his is schizophrenic for majority of his life. His mental break downs, traumatic experiences, nightmares, his demon is so vividly put on display for th…