HomeTagsPosts tagged with "hello kitty"

hello kitty

by

Friday is here my ladies, and this weekend we plan on RELAXING as much as we can. 

This means face masks, hot baths and Netflix all night long. We may also indulge in a takeaway, because #treatyourself. 

Anyway, if you are also planning a weekend of pampering, then you may be interested in Hello Kiytty BATH BOMBS. 

 That's because beauty brand Fragrant Jewels has teamed up with Sanrio to gift us with Hello Kitty candles and bath bombs.

The brand announced their new collaboration on Instagram: "ATTN: Jewels – The wait is over! We thought it was time for someone to say hello… Hello Kitty, that is! We’ve teamed up with @sanrio and the @hellokitty team to bring YOU our most EXCLUSIVE bath bomb, candle, and ring collection yet."

SO.EXCITING. 

hello kitty bath bombs

The bath bombs come in a set of three, and are so pink and sparkly, we can hardly take it! 

Oh, and the set also contains three super adorable rings, to get your accessory game on POINT! 

 

#Regram from the fabulous, @badkidbebe unboxing her #HelloKittyFragrantJewels bath bomb and candle collection!

A post shared by Fragrant Jewels (@fragrant_jewels) on

You can also get a special bath bomb AND candle set, for the ultimate pamper sesh. 

Both the trio of bath bombs and the candle/bath bomb combo will set you back $42.95 each. Not too bad. 

Are you into this?

Trending

If you came of age in the 90s, you’re likely the proud owner of at least one piece of Hello Kitty merchandise.

Much like getting your hands on a lava lamp or inflatable chair, a Hello Kitty haul would go a long way towards securing a rep in the 90s and noughties.

But if you’ve graduated from your duvet cover and nail polish, the good folk behind the Japanese brand have something which may pique the interest of older Hello Kitty fans.

Joining forces with Sanrio – Hello Kitty’s parent company – Torti Winery in Italy has produced a wine under the adorable feline label.

Ten years in the making, the wine, which includes a white, sparkling white, rosé and blush sparkling boasts – perhaps most importantly – some of the most adorable labels we’ve ever laid eyes on.

Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, Patrizia Torti of the family-run winery explained: “My father and my sister take care of the production, from the soil to picking the grapes. We produce a special bottle with a heart, only for Hello Kitty.”

But if you’re hoping to get your hands on a bottle, you’ll have to start planning a trip across the pond as only ONE establishment in the States serve the wine.

Step forward Antonello Ristorante in California’s Santa Ana, we salute you.

Trending

by

Everything we thought to be true about the world has turned out to be one big lie! Well, everything we thought to be true about Hello Kitty, at least.

When a University of Hawaii anthropologist student Christine R. Yano was curating a Hello Kitty retrospective at the Japanese American National Museum (sounds interesting!), she was corrected, quite firmly, by the creators of the icon. She explains:

"That's one correction Sanrio made for my script for the show. Hello Kitty is not a cat. She's a cartoon character. She is a little girl. She is a friend. But she is not a cat. She's never depicted on all fours. She walks and sits like a two-legged creature. She does have a pet cat of her own, however, and it's called Charmmy Kitty.”

But wait – she has whiskers! And cat ears, and a cute little cat nose! And her name is KITTY for crying out loud! Surely just because she doesn’t walk on all fours we can’t disregard all these other tell-tale signs that Hello Kitty is quite clearly a cat?

Well, the creators have spoken, so we suppose we may just take their word for it. What does this mean for Peppa Pig, we wonder? Or Mickey Mouse, for that matter?

We just don’t know what to believe anymore.

Trending
Well hello there!
Help us help you by allowing us and our partners to remember your device in cookies to serve you personalized content and ads.

We're on a mission to help our mums and their families thrive by informing, connecting and entertaining.

Join us in our mission by consenting to the use of cookies and IP address recognition by us and our partners to serve you content (including ads) best suited to your interests, both here and around the web.

We promise never to share any other information that may be deemed personal unless you explicitly tell us it's ok.

If you want more info, see our privacy policy.