An enchantress is under no obligation to make us believe in magic.

It just happens.


No matter the decade, the appreciative understand this on a deeper level.

It was 1965.

Do You Believe In Magic” is a song written by John Sebastian. It was first recorded and released by his group, The Lovin’ Spoonful.

The single peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Do you believe in magic in a young girl’s heart
How the music can free her, whenever it starts
And it’s magic, if the music is groovy
It makes you feel happy like an old-time movie
I’ll tell you about the magic, and it’ll free your soul
But it’s like trying to tell a stranger ’bout rock and roll

Many mystical moons and decades later, we still believe in magic in a young girl’s soul.

After watching the astonishing actress Bella Thorne light up the screen, you can’t help but believe in magic in a young beautiful girl’s soul.

Annabella AveryBellaThorne is an American actress and singer.

She played Ruthy Spivey in the television series My Own Worst Enemy, Tancy Henrickson in the fourth season of Big Love, and CeCe Jones on the Disney Channel series Shake It Up.

She also appeared as Hilary/”Larry” in Blended and as Celia in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

Her first significant role occurred in the film Stuck on You, which starred Matt Damon.

In 2015, she played Madison in The Duff, Amanda in Perfect High and Hazel in Big Sky.

Our American Princess currently stars as Paige on the Freeform series, Famous in Love.

We binged watched Famous in Love.

Famous in Love is an American drama television series that premiered on Freeform on April 18, 2017, and is based on the novel of the same name by Rebecca Serle. The series stars Bella Thorne, Charlie DePew, Georgie Flores, Carter Jenkins, Niki Koss, Keith Powers, Pepi Sonuga, and Perrey Reeves.

Paige Townsen, an ordinary college student, gets her big break after auditioning for the starring role in a Hollywood blockbuster and must now navigate her new star-studded life and undeniable chemistry with her co-lead and her best friend.

Sounds interesting and you know what? It was interesting and at times intriguing.

Bella helped elevate it to another level.

Television and frenzied film fans adore her. We include ourselves in the mix.

Corporations love her too.

On March 13, 2017, the insider to the stars, announced, “Bella Thorne is the new face of cosmetics brand Buxom, known best for their plumping lip glosses and bright colors! Read more about Bella’s involvement with the brand below!” article, photo credit

In addition they quoted Bella, “I live my life in full color and being a Buxom babe is a true expression of who I am,” Bella said in a statement. “I love to do it big and that attracted me to the brand, we are going to have so much fun together.”

Never underestimate the power of having fun. article, photo credit

Serena Giovi, Senior Vice President, Global Buxom at Shiseido Americas Corporation, explained why Bella and Buxom are a perfect fit: “At Buxom we’re big, we’re bold, we’re sexy and like Bella we don’t shy from self-expression, there’s nothing subtle about us. Bella is a social superstar and total style chameleon like all of us Buxom babes, she’ll be sharing her best Buxom looks directly with fans — it’s the perfect partnership.”

Her corporate fans continue to grow.

The cute and energetic site shares, “Bioré® Skincare announces actress Bella Thorne will be featured in the brand’s upcoming campaign for a new trio of acne-fighting Charcoal and Baking Soda products launching in early 2017.

Bella has starred in scores of television series and films and her honesty and openness about her personal struggles with acne have made her an especially relatable and inspiring celebrity among teens and young women.

Bella is the newest member of Bioré’s skincare squad, joining Shay Mitchell as the face of the brand. Bella will be valiantly waging the fight against acne by helping Bioré® Skincare launch its three new acne products, all of which are formulated to target the specific skin types that cause acne, attacking it right at the pore problem.”

We all would love to have beautiful skin and of course the gorgeous girls always know the other sexy girls.

Let’s have a closer look at Bella’s skincare gal pal.

At with clear skin they smile, “Bioré® Skincare targets the root of all skin problems—the evil clogged pore. So when it comes to dirt and oil we take a no nonsense approach to fight smarter, not harder. Our scrub, liquid, powder, strip, mask and bar cleansing products go straight to the source of those pesky pores for deeply clean, beautiful skin that’s ready for anything.”

Hmm, sounds magical.

An Overview of Biore Skincare Products article, People Magazine photo credit

By Martin Hansen

There are many products that have been designed to combat and treat acne, owing to the widespread prevalence of acne in the general population. Virtually everyone will have some form of facial blemishing at some point, either with acne or with milder forms of blemishes, such as blackheads. While there have been many products developed, not all have become widely popular. Biore Complexion Clearing products are examples of some acne products that have become mainstream in the market. This article will provide a brief overview of the Biore line of skincare products and will evaluate their effectiveness as acne treatments.

The Biore line of products is owned and developed by Kao Brands, which is a leader in the market for personal care products. This company was given an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau and is highly regarded in the industry for quality. The product itself consists of four skincare products, although only three will be used during the skin cleansing process. For the first step, the user has a choice between the Warming Anti-Blackhead Cream Cleanser or the Blemish Fighting Ice Cleanser. Both of these have 2% salicylic acid as their active ingredients and are designed to either target blackheads or deal with other blemishes with a mix of pharmaceutical and herbal medications. The second step incorporates the Pore Unclogging Scrub, which also has 2% salicylic and comes in a five-ounce tube. Finally, the third step consists of the Triple Action Astringent, which further unclogs pores and makes the skin smooth and less shiny. Each product can be found in many stores nationwide and costs approximately $6.99, depending on where you buy them. Biore does not make recommendations on how often one should use these products, so the user may have to determine that themselves, based on their own needs.

This product has been given mostly good reviews, although there have been several complaints. Most users commend the product for cleaning the skin effectively, exfoliating the skin, and giving the skin a nice smell. Also, most report that the product does not have any known side effects. Other users, however, have complained that the products do not remove blackheads as promised, or do not keep acne from forming once use of the product has begun. On balance, though, more users rate this product positively than negatively. The Biore line of products are produced by a reputable company, are widely popular and used daily, and enjoy a fairly good level of approval in the market, making them worth trying by those who suffer from mild acne. Against severe acne, however, the Biore products may not be effective.

For more information on acne products and an in-depth review of Biore, visit

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