Disclaimer: No eyeshadow is worth that price tag. Period. Whether you can afford it or not? Well I do not know your wallet. When it comes to Pat Mcgrath, Natasha Denona, and other luxury brands you are:
Toners are my be all, end all in my skin care routine. In other words, I cannot do without toners. Out of everything, toners are of the most importance to me. My preference does run to toners that leave my skin with that tingling feeling, and my cotton pad with the lingering residue. Now I am not an ingredient junkie, let alone a chemist, so I cannot call this an educational review by any means. It is more of an experience based review. I have finished or used up these toners in the last twelve-sixteen months.
Disclaimer: Spoilers are unavoidable in an unfavourable critique. Because one has to explain themselves in far more detail than just the basics. I know there is a manga version. But not all people have the desire or the time to read all seven volumes. A movie, in contrast to an anime/manga lover like me, is quick stop. Especially, when Netflix allows you to watch it offline. The point, I am treating this review as an independent movie review, with no relation to the manga. This is not a movie VS manga contrast review.
You know, I am a confusing and annoying mix of emotions and logic, aka human. Mostly rational, but I do have my heartfelt moments. This animated movie forced me to get in touch with my feelings. And in a very good way, really.
I was in grade 11 in 2011 (the irony) when I first witnessed anything GoT related.