Have you met Mizon’s little mascot King to the Kong? He makes an appearance on the Mizon King to the Kong All in One Cleanser and many other fine Mizon products. I think he’s rather darling! Those big juicy lips, his love for great skincare, and that king of all things beauty attitude really has me crushing!
Mizon’s popular King to the Kong Skincare Collection has gained quite a cult following in Korea and recently in the US as Evil-bayers started stocking their online stores with many Mizon products.
I dunno what it is but a cartoon on my beauty products pulls me in like no one’s business. I put a ton of importance on good packaging and Mizon def has that whimsical packaging I favor.
So what is Mizon King to the Kong All In One Cleanser?
L’Oreal EverCurl Hydracharge Conditioner ($6.99) is a sulfate-free, paraben-free, vegan free conditioner according to L’Oreal. Since I recently tried out and adored L’Oreal Evercurl Hydracharge Cleansing Conditioner I thought I’d try the Hydracharge Shampoo and Conditioner.
Unfortunately, I’ve been unable to actually locate the shampoo!
But I have been using the conditioner the last several days and here are some thoughts.
P.S. Who saw last week’s Catfish? Are these people insane? Brief recap…
Same o’ same o’ story…dude falls in love with chick that sends him bogus pictures and pretends to be someone else. BUT…there’s a twist! Turns out HE KNEW she was Catfishing him but was in denial and anytime she would try to tell him he’d proceed to beg her not too. WTF!? Eh?! On top of this he was paying her phone bill and purchased her over $3000 in stuff including a Wii.
I didn’t get to the best part yet.
She decided to buy and send herself a ring with a note she made up asking this dude to marry her. So basically she purchased the ring, put a note in the box asking if she’d marry him, and sent it to herself so her family would see it. The kicker is she purchased the ring with his money but he didn’t know she used the money for that.