Review: Neutrogena Wave

Hi everyone! I bought this at Target for about $12, I also bought the refills for about $9. 


neutrogena wave

I was dying to try it because I heard such good reviews on it. First, I put the pad on the Wave, then I put it on felt a pleasant vibrating movement, then my face was all foamy after putting it all over my face. After I finished using it and rinsed off my face, my face was glowing and a bit smoother and I did not break out.  The next day, I used it, my skin was irritated and it was not glowing, it was bright red. After using the Wave, I put Keri Lotion (I will review it later) on my face to soothe the irritation. Now I decided to use it twice a week then the results were better, more glowing skin and a smoother face. After 3 weeks of buying the Wave, it just started turning on with me pressing the button and waited for the Wave to end the vibrations. After the Wave stopped, I tried removing the batteries and replacing them and pressing the button, it didn’t turn on. The claims are mostly true except that its so gentle you can use it every day,

I would rate this a 2/5 because it broke in less than a month.


  • Leaves skin glowing and smooth.
  • smells good


  • Overpriced refill Pads cost around $10 for 30 pads
  • breaks easily
  • may irritate skin and cause break outs
  • Barbie Pink

Disclaimer:This video is not sponsored. I am not working with the company. I am not paid by the company to make this review. My opinions are honest. Wanting to review this was my choice.

Starstruck by Lauren Conrad


By Lauren Conrad

Summary (From book jacket)

Are the stars of The Fame Game ready for their close-ups?

Madison Parker has discovered that not all publicity is good publicity. After turning herself in for stealing some bling, the reality star is stuck doing community service while her Fame Game castmates soak up all the screen time. Not that newcomer Kate Hayes needs more attention—ever since her breakout song became an overnight sensation she’s suddenly acting like she’s Katy Perry. Aspiring actress Carmen Curtis is finally making a name for herself, but she’s finding it harder than ever to get out from behind her famous mother’s shadow. And in Hollywood, leading men are a dime a dozen, but a good man is hard to find. So when two of the girls have their eye on the same guy, that can mean only one thing: on-camera drama.

In the second novel in bestselling author Lauren Conrad’s Fame Game series, friendships are tested, lines are crossed, and fashion crimes are committed—and that’s before the cameras even start rolling.

My Review:

I read the L.A. Candy series and the Fame Game before reading this book. This book continues on from Fame Game. I enjoyed reading on how fame isn’t all glitz and glamor and how your private life isn’t so private anymore. What I also liked was how easy it was to relate to most of the characters. For example: Carmen, her mom is extremely famous, and Carmen longs to get out of her mom’s shadow. Most of us  have one person that shadows over us.

I felt that it was a dull book  because Lauren Conrad’s 4 other books had more drama. I wasn’t very impressed because Starstruck wasn’t what I expected after Fame Game. Starstruck was a disappointment because I thought Madison would actually go to jail, but she just goes to the animal shelter to work. I was hoping there would be some chapters with Gabby’s point of view to see if there was more to Gabby than just some plastic surgery- addicted and drug-addicted moron.


Beastly Review

Author: Alex Flinn
I am a beast. A beast. Not quite wolf or bear, gorilla or dog, but a horrible new creature who walks upright – a creature with fangs and claws and hair springing from every pore. I am a monster.
You think I’m talking fairy tales? No way. The place is New York City. The time is now. It’s no deformity, no disease. And I’ll stay this way forever – ruined – unless I can break the spell.

Yes, the spell, the one the witch in my English class cast on me. Why did she turn me into a beast who hides by day and prowls by night? I’ll tell you. I’ll tell you how I used to be Kyle Kingsbury, the guy you wished you were, with money, perfect looks, and a perfect life. And then, I’ll tell you how I became perfectly beastly.

My Review

I liked this book, I was dying to read but I didn’t have time to read it when the movie came out. I enjoyed how it was written in Kyle Kingsbury (the Beast)’s point of view instead of how usually it’s the Beauty’s point of view to see how the Beast felt. What I learned was to not judge people based on their looks for example, Kendra the witch who showed up at their school as an ugly girl with green hair, turned out to be a good looking witch. Overall I loved this book, 5 STARS!!!!!!!!