Hello readers,

     I've decided to have another go with a kiriban! I thought it would be a good way to ease my way back into the comfort of blogging, plus it's been a while since the last time I did one (about a year ago). To refresh your memory or for those who don't know what a kiriban is, below is a quick explanation on a few questions you might be asking:

What is a Kiriban?
A fun mini-event which involves  reaching X amount of pageviews to win a prize of some sort.
In the case of my kiriban, the number of page views that must be screenshot ranges from 2000-2014 so there is a better chance of winning!

How do I join?
You already are a part of it just by visiting my blog. Whether you choose to participate is up to yourself. In the sidebar, there should be a counter tracking the amount of pageviews I have.

How will you know who won?
Take a screenshot of the winning number and notify me via any of my social medias in the sidebar.

What is the prize?
Unfortunately, I'm limited on the types of prizes I can give out. The only thing I can do as of now is make artwork. My art styles are anime, semi-realism and, realism*.



Hey readers (If i have any of those anymore),

     I'm back! Well... sorta! This is just a short post on a couple of moisturizers I've been loving! Neutrogena's Norwegian formula hand cream, Shea Butter Market's Shea Lips in mint, and Ruby Kisses' Hydrating Lip Oil are what is shown in the picture above.

Neutrogena's Norwegian formula hand cream
Surprise~I actually don't use this product as a hand cream at all, but instead a base for my lips when using the next product I'm about to show. It has a heavy gel-like texture, so I felt uncomfortable using for my hands. Other than that issue, this is a really good product overall and the tagline "just a dab heals dry skin" seems to be true to me!

Now moving on, this product is actually made for lips and it does a remarkable job with moisturizing. I will say though, I feel like the extra help from using Neutrogena's hand cream as a base really helps put this product to its full potential. Also as a plus--the hand cream has an off-bitter taste on your lips and mouth, and luckily their lip butter has a nice mint aroma to cancel it out! A pretty nice duo to use!

Ruby Kisses' Hydrating Lip Oil
Last to go, but not the least, is a hydrating lip oil from Ruby Kisses. It adds a glossy finish over your newly soft and moisturized lips. I would advise to only use a dap over the center of your bottom lips to not overdo it.

Thanks for reading!


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