Face Mask Friday Flashback!

Hello, friends!  I hope you're ready for my first Face Mask Friday Flashback post.  Like I mentioned in my intro post, I'll be telling you about all the exciting things I did the past few days, and giving you a review of a face mask I tried.  This was a pretty boring week because I had 2 midterms and a presentation (all on the same day!), and a million and one things on my to-do list at work.  There wasn't much time to do anything fun, because I was mainly concerned about just making it through the week.  After so much stress, walking out of work on Friday evening felt SO GOOD.  I got to leave on time, it was still sunny and decently warm, and I had the whole night to do whatever I wanted.

Of course, the first thing on my Friday evening agenda was stopping at the store to buy wine!  Even though I turned 21 (aka twenty-fun) a few months ago, I still know nothing about how to pick out good wine.  All I know is that I usually dislike red.  I know you're generally not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I most definitely judge a bottle of wine by its label.  Look how pretty it is!  I told my mom yesterday that my new dream job is to design wine labels.

After stopping at the store, it was time for a bath bomb and face mask!  One of my friends gave me a bath bomb from Lush for my birthday, and I finally got around to using it.  I don't even know which one it was, but it smelled good and made my skin soft.  I have used a bath bomb maybe two other times in my life, but I might start buying them more often.  Last week when I asked my sister for face mask recommendations, she told me to get Mask of Magnaminty, also from Lush.  If you can't tell already, I really like Lush.  This has to be one of my favorite face masks I've used so far!  It exfoliates, moisturizes, and smells so great.  Plus, you don't have to keep it in the fridge like other masks from Lush, which is pretty convenient.  Please go buy one because you won't regret it.

I ended my night watching the Olympics, and cried maybe 3 times because figure skating makes me emotional.  It's fine.  I love the Olympics so much, I signed up to volunteer at the 2028 summer games in Los Angeles.  I have no idea what I'll be doing 10 years from now, but I'll make sure to save up my vacation days that year and keep July 21-August 6 free.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!