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This is a great day out for all the family, or you if you’re an adult that has no children to take along.

You might get looked at strangely, but that’s okay. Just tell them you’re a child of God.

Just about everyone from Disney was there, apart from Donald Duck’s Daisy.

My favourites have to be: Rapunzel, Snow White and Aladdin.

But, then again, Lion King was cool and so was Little Mermaid.

Cinderella didn’t get her own part, but she did come out at the end of both sets.

Frozen took up most of the second part. I like Frozen, but it’s overrated. Love is an open door.

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Another day, another blog! This time I’m coming at you LIVE, reviewing Pantene Pro V: Repair & Protect.

So, as you know, I applied almond oil on my hair a few days ago. Truth be told I’ve been washing my hair every day since trying to get it out of my hair entirely. This has finally done the trick, after using it once.

I used it a while back and loved it, but have since been having to use a sulfate-free one for a while. Alas, the sulfate-free ones seem to be making my scalp produce more oils than usual.

There you go, if you want a shampoo and conditioner that doesn’t dry out your hair nor make it excessively oily, use this.

My hair feels soft, and silky. Give it a go!

This shampoo is particularly great for over heat-styled or bleached hair.

This jukebox musical has one of greatest set-lists ever… 

I’m bereft that Motown: The Musical‘s London showing comes to an end this Spring. I have actually booked a day off work to watch it twice at the end of the month. Some might say I don’t have a life, others might say I have my priorities in the right place.

It’s honestly the best musical I’ve seen since Lion King, and Tina Tuner: The Musical is a close third. I’ll be going to see the latter for leisure again this Summer. For those of you who don’t know, I’m a journalist and review selected stage shows for a publication, on a freelance basis.

Back to Motown: The Musical

Motown: The Musical is a jukebox musicalthat premiered on Broadway in April 2013. The musical is based on Berry Gordy‘s autobiography To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown (1994),[1] and on the history of his founding and running of the Motown record label, and his personal and professional relationships with Motown artists such as Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and Michael Jackson. The production’s music and lyrics are taken from selections from the Motown catalog.[2] It received four nominations at the 67th Tony Awards.

If you’re looking for a boogie, visit the Shaftesbury Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London before Motown closes its doors.

Motown is my favourite genre of music of all time. I was born in the wrong era. Next.

The tickets are cheaper than they were. They cost less than Hamilton or Harry Potter.

A flirty, floral fragrance. Hypnotize in Love Spell, a vibrant, irresistible blend of lush cherry blossom and juicy peach. Experience the luxury of fragrance. Refreshing formula is infused with conditioning aloe vera and calming chamomile. Spray on for a sexy touch of scent.

Word on the streets is that Nina Simone put a spell on you… ‘A-B-C easy as 1-2-3!’ 🎵

Victoria Secret: *knock knock*

‘Mii: who’s there?

Victoria: a Secret!

‘Mii: “I’ll let you in, on a Secret!”

Hahahahahahahahahahahha! This joke that I made still makes me laugh; & MJ is innocent until the “kids” do a lie-detector test.

So, back to fragrances, my nostrils love this one. I can’t explain the scent, it’s just magical; hence the name ‘Love Spell‘.

The packaging is very amethyst-esque which is my favourite stone right now.

High pigment, high performance, oil-free foundation creates a flawless canvas that lasts up to 12 hours. Makeup artists love how it feels comfortable on skin while hiding even hard-to-cover imperfections. Designed for normal to oily skin. Smooths skin texture and visibly evens skin tone. Color-true pigments virtually disappear on skin for smooth, even application and blending.

Introducing my current favourite foundation, Laura Mercier’s Silk Creme Oil Free. I ‘found’ that this ‘dation’ left my face looking flawless. It left a glow in all the right places, and matted up all the wrong.

Surprisingly, one of its 16 shades matched my skin-tone to a t-shirt. Yes, I accidentally ended up wearing it on my shirt a few times. Luckily, I have a washing machine.

I also have a camera, and have noticed this makes my photos look LIKE-worthy. I serve LUKES now (not the name). 😜

It’s my favourite foundation since Cargo HD.