I don’t watch enough Joan to judge her skin type, but maybe the sheen seen here results from the type of food she’s eating? With stuff like huo guo/spicy&steamy foods, people tend to get sweaty haha I do agree with your comment on skin oils though; people often forget that sebum is important for keeping your skin flexible & killing bacteria—it’s only an abundance of it that’s bad when stuff gets clogged up.
Yuri On Ice was so underwhelming...I’m all about LGBT rep, but the plot was bland and predictable. It was basically watching 12 episodes of the same fucking dance/choreo routine 💤 And let’s not even get started with the terrible fetishizing yaoi fangirls oh my god
I agree with the comments about how her voice is exaggerated, as I doubt she’s faking her range. At my school there are a lot of girls who have a high pitched “cutesy” voice, but none of them speak like the “loli” e-girls you see...the whole baby-talk thing I mean (like how Janet & that xiaorishu gal talk). It’s whiny almost and can easily be done; I actually find myself unconsciously “pitching” up my voice when I’m excited or something, so I assume it must take minimal effort to achieve a more exaggerated effect. Anyways kinda OT but I remember one of my friends said his buddy queued into a game against (or with?) Lily and said she was toxic af lol
In terms of personality, most definitely manipulation (especially of their fan base). Too often I see these snowflakes take advantage of their following through guilt tripping/melodrama/etc. They’ll twist the story in their favor and have their fans pity them (for money, validation, whatever). Folks can follow popular trends—such as hair dying or Disney as you mentioned—but it all comes down to their intentions imo. Are they doing for themselves (ie. wanting to fit in, insecurities, genuinely liking the trend) or are they acting for the sole purpose of catering themselves to a particular group (ie. wearing revealing attire knowing their fanbase is mostly male-dominated, putting on a Fake Woke/bitchy act to seem more intellectual)? There’s some gray area here though, as some of these factors overlap (holding insecurities...thus leading to the whole pandering thing for validation).
My skin type is oily but I really like the Kose BB cream! It leaves a natural, dewy finish and breaks down very well. Feels light & doesn’t cling to the (few) dry patches I have. There’s only 2 (light) shades though, and since it’s a Japanese brand I’m not sure how much it retails online if you’re overseas ;; I bought it in store for approx $8 I think, so keep that in mind if you do happen to wanna order it (asian beauty stores online overprice that shit way too high lmao)
What bothers me most is how he thinks it’s okay to single out a particular race that he thinks dislikes him. “A majority of my haters are black!!!” umm girl no I seriously doubt that, and why does it matter what race they are anyways? You shouldn’t have liked that comment in the first place, and you most definitely shouldn’t have tried to justify it with “oh, but it’s technically true”. Does he have fucking stats on them or some shit to prove this? Otherwise it’s just another one of his racist assumptions. Has it ever occurred to him that maaaaybe people of all skin colors dislike him because of his overall shit personality? The lack of empathy, his dodgy behavior, obsessiveness, everything.
idk I just personally don’t think it’s a big deal if people put their age in their bio ^^ There are plenty of people I know on Twitter who are uncomfortable interacting with 18+ as minors, or vice versa. Too often people are quick to make nsfw jokes that could make kids feel uncomfortable, so that age “tag” kinda lets people know what they should be careful with talking about. Just my observation lmao but I see your point too