So it's been a little longer than 2 weeks now and here I am checking back in.
I kept thinking about getting the serum because of how much I really liked it. But I knew it wasn't such a great idea (yet) because of how expensive it is, so I went looking around other brands that I use to find a similar product. Just to see if I could find something I like there too. Then I could compare and decide whether it'll be worth it to get the ANIA serum.
And so the "2nd part" of my adventure began. I went to check on LUSH first and I found a moisturising serum bar called Full of Grace. It looked really cool but not exactly what I wanted. But I was amazed at how easily the bar melts, it's so weird. Was tempted it get it just because of that. I'm starting to learn more about myself with how I decided whether something is worth buying lols Whichhhh does makes me wonder if it's worth it to get ANIA just because it's shimmery. Does sound really stupid and wasteful =.=
Anyway, then I checked on Kiehl's and I found a serum that has similar brightening properties. It made me realised that brightening serum is much more common than I had previously knew. This serum also has the same shimmering effect though not as "strong" but I was still mesmerised by it. It's called Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution, it's targeted more on clearing dark spots and also giving your skin an inner glow. I also believe it's meant for more mature women (kinda) but it is also suitable for younger women who wants to start their skincare early. It also works perfectly well with my Ultra Facial Cream. The serum is also cheaper, $92 for 30ml, whereas ANIA is $129 for the same quantity.
I got some samples to test it out:D So.. We'll see how it goes! It sure does have similar properties to ANIA, so I'm hopeful.
So I came across this brand yesterday when I was out during my off day. This restaurant was selling products from various brands, ranging from beauty products to stationery. I was looking around and the items were really good quality, and I believe they are from small individual brands. It's nice to see that the products have a platform to be showcased and sold.
Anyway, so I stumbled onto ANIA, they were one of the brands sold there. I was just trying out the samples and I was instantly amazed. The brightening serum was really cool, one drop of the product and my skin was shimmery after. It has a really nice smell too and feels very light weight. I was really amazed at it because it's my first time seeing a product giving so much shimmer haha It got me really interested and I looked in their other products also.
I also tried their moisturising cream that has a matte finish (bonus). And it feels really good too! The cream is light weight and my skin feels really soft after. Afterwards I kept thinking about the product T_T But they are quite pricy. The brightening serum is $129! And the moisturising cream is $59.
Back home I went to research more on the brand. And I found their website here. I found that they specialises in argon oil, and they believe in a minimal skincare routine, and less is more. And I really like the idea of it. Since I myself is also trying to go with bare minimum as much as possible, and I find having too many things quite a burden and sometimes redundant too.
I managed to read more about what the brightening serum does, the Marula oil is high in Vitamin C and E which helps to deeply moisturise the skin. It also has Hyaluronic Acid that helps with firmness of the skin. It also have UV protection properties, something that I like to hear about haha In general it's like a bottle of goodness *-* I really like the effect it has on my skin, it makes it looks so shimmery and dewy, I might not even need highlighter anymore! In fact, if I apply this, I probably just need to slap on mascara and concealer and I'm good to go hehe I also saw many good reviews about the product.. So tempted to get it ): But of course, I must only get it if it is relevant to my needs. Got to save money!
I learned from their website that argon oil as very good moisturising properties as it has been using for many generations in Morocco. Their products are pure argon oil too, with minimal addition of other chemical or products, so it makes it more potent and effective. Their argon oil also comes from Africa, and they are trying to create a community and effort (sorry lack of better terms, it has something to do with making a movement) to help on poverty in Africa. By getting demands for the argon oil, it generates more jobs in Africa and helps the workers to earn money and provide for their family.
I'm really into the brightening serum but I don't know if I should get it. Not because I don't trust the brand though, it's more of whether I need it. Furthermore, with my long work hours, I don't know if I will commit to applying the serum everyday, since nowadays I sometimes forget to apply my cream too as I have to rush off for work lols
I'm going to think about it for 2 weeks and decide again. Of course it's nice to have, but it's not a must, I already have my basic needs for my skincare so this is just a really nice add on that's all.
I thought of documenting how my jagua henna is fading as I found it interesting. I do feel kinda sad about it): My henna started fading off after day 8, and I believe it’s because I didn’t let it stain long enough so it didn’t last. By right it’s supposed to last up to 2 weeks!
I do like how the colour look between day 8 to 10, the light and faded blue colour made it look like a tattoo and it was really cool. I actually liked the lighter shade hehe
I’m going to try looking for the cones when I’m free and play with it！
Hey yo! You have no idea how excited I was when I found out about this wonderful alternative to henna! This is Jagua gel, it's comes from the fruit Jagua that's originated from South America. The fruit was used by the indigenous tribes. They also used the gel similar to henna, by means of aesthetic decorations and also to dye cloth.
I found this link here that talks about the fruit and where it comes from. What I find the most interesting is how the fruit oxides and turns blue-black, which was what made the gel so appealing since that makes it very similar to the shade of tattoos.
My friend and I was introduced to Jagua gel by our mututal friend, who was showing us around Geylang Serai Bazaar. Initially I thought it was black henna and got a little concerned since they are really dangerous. Leaning that this is an entirely different material/ingredient was really cool.
I decided to go for a minimal looking floral illustration as I was in the mood for it. The design cost $15, which I think is reasonable. The look turned out really great, and it's kinda weird how it's so similar to henna. I mean, I don't expect it to be super different, but I thought there'll be some difference somehow, maybe in texture for example. Jagua gel doesn't have a strong scent though surprisingly. If anything, its scent is rather pleasant, though I don't really know how to describe it other than it is nice smelling lols. The staining process is pretty much the same as henna too, you're supposed to let it dry completely, which takes about 1 - 2 hours, 3 hours for good measure. The artist also advised us to put translucent powder and leave it overnight for longest lasting result. Then gently scrub it off during your shower or something. I only left it on for 2 hours bcos I wanted to shower after the hot day.
I was warned that when I removed the gel the stain will be really light, and it will darken over time. The initial stain looked like a very grey green colour, which is also very nice. I saw the full effect the next day when I woke up, I was so happy with the way it looked! Funny thing is, sometimes it looked kinda like a tattoo, but sometimes it looked like I used permanent marker and drew on myselfXD Either way I find this experience really enjoyable and worth every bit.
I heard that somewhere in Bugis sells the gel, so when I have time I'll definitely go check it out, so i can get a few cones and play around with it!
When I was a kid my mom used to give me this green supplement which is good for the general health. I loved to chew on the tablets as it has a really nice “vegetable taste”. After awhile we stopped eating it. I can't remember why, probably got lazy to buy or something. Recently I found out that the green supplement is called Chlorella. I got excited because I always missed that taste, and now I can go look for it! I know it's kinda weird but hey :D
I haven't gotten time to check where Chlorella is available, but chanced upon it recently when I was out shopping. WATSONS was having Father's Day sale and I looked around. At first, I found a pack of Chlorella going at SGD49.90 for the sale, I immediately took it to see but it wasn't a brand that I'm familiar with. So I approached the salesperson to enquire if they have the brand REDSUN (The one which my mother recommended). And they do have it! Although it is more costly, a bottle of 1000 tabs is going at SGD 69, I bought it anyway, I thought it's pretty worth it to top up another $20 to get a brand I've heard before.
For REDSUN, the recommended dose from the brand is 10 tablets a day, and half the amount for children. Chlorella is a supplement that is suitable for all ages:D When I took the tablets, it tasted exactly the way I remembered it XD It was a really nice feeling to experience something you remember from a long time ago.
Out of curiosity, I decided to find out more about the supplement, like what kind of health benefits does it have and so on.
Based on REDSUN's website:
"Are you looking for an all-natural supplement that can strengthen your immune system, boost energy, improve digestion and detoxify heavy metals and toxins from your body? If so, chlorella supplements may be exactly what you need."
Chlorella is a green algae that is rich in phytonutrients including amino acids, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, potassium, phosphorus, biotin, magnesium and B-complex vitamins.
Studies have shown that chlorella supplements can support healthy hormonal function, promote cardiovascular health, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and detoxify heavy metals from the body.
Chlorella is made up of almost 60 percent protein and contains all eight essential amino acids. These amino acids in chlorella are comparable to that of animal-derived protein, except that it has a slightly lower amount of methionine. Chlorella contains impressive amounts of vitamins including vitamin A (in provitamin A or beta-carotene form vitamin C, ), vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, biotin, choline, inositol, PABA, vitamin E and vitamin K. It also has more vitamin B12 than liver. One tablespoon provides 333 percent of the RDA for this vitamin for adults.
It's really cool how these tiny algae can be so packed with nutrients. I read more about it in different websites and also found that Chlorella is good for people who have gone through radiology or chemo, as the supplement helps flush out heavy metals and toxins. So in a way it can help to heal the body from the harsh treatment.
I felt really amazed at how much benefit this supplement have, I feel really glad to have it again. Almost like it gives me confidence that I'll be able to take better care of myself as the supplement will "tackle all these problems". I do feel that it is a rather naive perception, and it's probably just me being all excited to find it that's all. I'm just glad to be able to include it in my diet again. I hope to see its benefits in a few weeks time as I continue consuming it, while enjoying the taste! hehe
This is gonna sound lame and very much like an excuse. BUT YES I AM COMMITTED TO MY WORK SO I DON'T HAVE TIME TO BLOG ANYMORE, LET ALONE DO ANYTHING MAKEUP AND BEAUTY RELATED ): And it is a shame.
So the best I can do is to write about anything whenever I have time and have a chance to try something. It sucks but here it is.. I don't think I can find a better way to do it. Because now I work 12 - 14 hours a day, 6 days a week and 7 if we get ready intense. It is tiring and very draining. So I take the time to sleep and rest whenever I get the chance.
Enough about the negative stuffs, I got something to show you! In my last post I wrote about my experience using LUSH's spot treatment and how it works really well. During that time I also took a sample of their fresh face mask called Cosmetic Warrior. This mask consists of many goodness that helps to tackle acne.
A little backstory - Ever since I started filming these few months and not getting enough water and rest, my forehead has been breaking out here and there. So I talked to the salesperson about it and she recommended me this fresh face mask as it is supposed to sooth and also clears the skin.
Some of the main ingredients in the mask are garlic, tea tree oil, egg white and grape skin. Each ingredient contributes to soothing, moisturising and even antiseptic properties! I decided to try it because I'm quite interested in the antiseptic effect (I believe comes from the garlic). I read up that this mask also works well with the spot treatment. Many people feedback that the smell of the mask is really strong, which I do agree. The garlic smell is quite strong but I didn't mind because I LOVE GARLIC. I only find the smell of tea tree oil mixed with egg white smell a little repulsive but nothing that I can't handle. *Yasssss*
The texture of the mask is a little like clay, you can see bits of the grape skin and that's about it. Every other ingredient is well mixed into the mask. After 10 minutes the mask dries which is time for me to rinse it off!
And let me tell you!!!! My skin feels so soft and calm. Just when I'm washing it off I can already feel the difference on my face ^_^ Also I can see my skin looking brighter too and refreshed. Afterwards I applied my spot treatment on the affected areas, which is mostly on my forehead. I finished it off with my go to Kiehl's ultra facial cream! Which is amazing and my holy grail now. I really think part of my good skin goes to its help in moisturising my skin and keeping it in good condition!
So there you go! I had a relaxing night in a long time and I haven't felt such good skin in awhile too. Does feel really good to pamper yourself once in awhile when you're out busy filming and torturing your skin in harsh conditions under the sun, in the sweaty heat and all haha
I'm back again. Guilty to say that I haven't been committing to my own goal ahahahaha But! I guess in a way it's a good sign because it means that I have work >:D
Anyway! I got some updates! I got a new product recently to try and I want to share it here. So as I mentioned, I've been busy with work, and with the long hours and lack of rest, my forehead has been breaking out recently and it was quite annoying.
I went shopping with my friend and she introduced me to this wonderful product from Lush, which works really well!
Behold, this is Lush's spot treatment gel called Grease Lightning. It's a transparent gel with tea tree oil and aloe vera that helps soothes the skin with problem areas. It's called spot treatment because it is designed to heal the spots that you have breakouts quickly and gently. On top of that, the gel also acts as a protective layer when it dries, to keep bacterial away from the affected areas and prevent further infections/damage.
On the first day I tried it, I could already see its effect. The zits dried out by the next day and they soon healed in the next. I know it may sound really exaggerated but my zits did heal within a few days. The product is very lightweight as well, it doesn't feel like there's anything after it dries. Although you could feel the applied area to be slightly smoother. I applied moisturiser then sunscreen after, and it works out well, no clogged pores, nothing.
I'm just really happy with this product because it's so simple yet effective. Price wise, I think it is pretty reasonable. $30 for 45g of product, which I think could last me at least a few months? Since I only have a smaller problem area. I am sharing it with my family too so it's definitely worth it! Another happy point for me is that they use fresh ingredients and no crazy chemicals inside, which is friendly to the skin! That made me feel really safe for using their products and enjoy it.
So that's all for now! I'll be MIA again for a few weeks I'm sure. Let's see what wonderful product I come across next! :D
Doozy is officially empty ): On the bright this is probably the first time I finished a lip product and having to throw it away, so I'm happy about that. I thought the bottom still have product, but I think it's just very little, because my wand couldn't reach it. I guess I'll need to go Colorpop for some shopping sometime this year because Zuma is finishing too, which leaves me with 3 lip colours. I'd love to get frick & frack again anyway, that lip colour was bomb </3
I use Zebra once in awhile, and I realised the shade is not that crazy and actually pretty wearable. With Doozy finished, I'll try to wear Zebra more and be used to wearing metallic shades :D
My biggest disappointment is definitely Dopey. The shade is so dark it makes me look older lols Kinda sad about that.
I noticed my hair got longer and I started playing with it, such as combing it in different ways and so on. I did miss having center parting and it was fun to see myself looking nooby XD And then I got an idea and started working around a look. It's not really a proper makeup thing, but more of a concept photo which I imagined can be for promoting a lipstick maybe? Anyway this was kinda fun and an impromptu thing. So yeah!
So the accidental look that gave me the idea was 2 bulk of hair covering my eyes. And I was like "hey this looks interesting" and I started to sort of "refine" the look to make it more polished, like how I would want it to look for a photoshoot. Of course it won't really be that good, because I think I'll probably need hair gel & spray to really keep the lines clean, but I just showered so all I used is water haha
So what I did first is pull the rest of my hair back to only accentuate the 2 strands, but it looked kinda weird. Perhaps the focal point on the front is too much. Then I put back my hair to the side and dampen my fringe more to keep the lines straighter and the ends more pointy. However it dries quickly as I took too long to arrange the shape.
I didn't want to stop, so I went full ahead to try lipsticks on, even though I just showered. It's easier to remove lipstick than hairspray anyway. I wanted to have like a funky lip look to go with the hairstyle, so I tried to paint my lips half on alternate sides as shown. Unfortunately it didn't look very nice. Probably because my execution sucks XD
Then I just went to apply it normally, but I exaggerated my cupid's bow to be very angular, and I also extended my smile line to make my lips look bigger. I got frustrated and took out my lip brush to help with precision. I also made a pointy end on my lower lip but you can't see it in the pic.. The dark lip colour works well with the look (and somehow it makes me look pale). Oh also this is my Urban Decay Lipstick Blackmail, which I don't wear much anymore. Plus it's kinda overdue with its shelf life, so I usually only use it for fun like now. I think this look is pretty cool! It will work well if executed better. (I foresee a future attempt maybe)
I somehow imagine this look to work well very a stunning red too, my hair colour probably will create a contrast with the lip colour. And the reddest lipstick I have is Calvin Klein's which SO got for me a long time ago. And same for this, I only use it for fun bcos shelf life. Applied with the same manner - cupid's bow minus the pointy lower lip.
I was disappointed the look wasn't as how I imagined. However I do find this look more natural and wearable. It could be the colour and execution I think. This look is cute like those innocent looking style. And I tried to twist my hair to keep it in place, looks pretty interesting too. I then tried with my colourpop's Ultra Metallic Zebra but it could barely be seen. I forgot to take a pic. (Genius) You can also see my hair is starting to go cray and it's drying up haha
So that was it! Just a short experiment with hair and stuffs.
Till then and Happy Good Friday!
Yeap, I'll have you know that I've really tried to take clearer photos of my eyes with my phone T_T But it seems close ups aren't really great when the camera is designed for selfies. But here goes.
I wanted to do a proper review on Kiss Make Heroine Mascara with Advanced Film, as I felt that I've only went through very briefly during my last make up post.
One thing I kind of surprised myself with is how the product design is slowly growing on me. I wasn't a big fan on how dainty it looked at first, with all the pinks and chrome, but it does look cute to me now. I still really like the black bodice which makes the overall look classy (then again it's like every standard mascara packing to be mostly black lols)
The wand is more on the thin side and I can always see traces of fibres sticking out. And I'm pretty sure the fibres helped with the long lashes effect. And as mentioned, I read many reviews online saying that the advanced film formula takes awhile to dry and it tends to smudge their make up. But I've not experience any issues like that so far (maybe this is the advanced advanced film HAHA). In fact I find the formula thin and lightweight, it didn't felt like I have anything on, and my lashes looked natural too.
In comparison to my previous REVLON Ultra Definition mascara, I do think this product have a slightly more lightweight formula. On the other hand, Kiss Make's wand is a "brush/fibre" wand and I'm one who prefers a "comb/plastic" wand, so Revlon gets award a point. I really enjoy both brands so I really don't have a preference of which one I like better.
In terms of how well the mascara works, I will say I love it every time when I look at my eyes after application, it's like a cherry on top for my make up look. It makes me happy to see that my lashes are well defined and long, and doesn't look like cockroach legs. It's really a pet peeve for me to see overly coated mascara x_x You can also see the difference in the before & after pic. Pardon the bokeh my phone don't do close ups.
So this is it! So much better.
I mean, I've already got over it. I've accepted my sad fate with septums. My face just don't suit it lols But perhaps it looked better with round specs? Maybe?
Just a thought.
My skin feels amazing the next day :D It didn't feel oily at all and my skin still feel soft. Perhaps the balancing gel helped regulate the oil secretion on my skin. No wonder it's such a well received product. However it is pretty expensive for a bottle. I'll break my heart to spend $120 on it T_T I'm gonna savour the sample as much as I can haha
I've been wanting to try this! I heard it's pretty good and it's a moisturising gel that helps to balance the ph on your skin I think. I've been nervous about using this as I'm aware that the consistency is sticky like honey XD And I'm really not a big fan about the sticky feeling after any application.
When I squeezed some product out, it really does feel like honey. It smells really nice though, with a soothing herbal scent. I find that if you spread the product really thin on your fingers, it makes it a lot less sticky and it goes on quite easily on the skin.
After application, there is almost no stickiness, which is amazinggggggg. At least I can ease my mind about that dreaded ickiness. And after about 5 minutes, the product is pretty much absorbed too so I'm quite impressed. And my skin do feel pretty soft.
I don't intend to do my usual skincare today too in case my skin reacts with the gel, I'm going to see how my skin feels tomorrow after I wake up haha
My pimple is almost gone now! It took awhile to recover and there was a little blemish as well.
I just left it alone as much as I can and I exfoliated my skin a few days back to help with removing the dead skin and more growth!
Bad sleep cycles is showing its consequences on my face T_T I have a zit breakout recently! And it’s always inbetween my eyebrows. It’s a sign I need to sleep earlier and not force myself to finish my work even if it meant sacrificing some (actually a lot) sleep.
Well I guess it’s a good opportunity to use the acne patches though hahaha Also this means no makeup for now ):
Till my zits clear I guess! I should wear some masks don’t you think xD
Heyyy so today I tried documenting my makeup routine!! During the process I find that it’s very distracting unfortunately. Everytime when I took a photo I kinda forgot what I wanted to do next. I’m not keen to document the process this way so I’m gonna stick to writing until I have a better way):
Anyway here’s the routine I did and documented. I did my makeup before my dinner date so the photos are taken as I go, so it may not be the best(:
• Kiehl’s ultra face cream
• Kiehl’s sunscreen
• Cyber Colours moisturising makeup base
• Pony Effect I’m Concealer
The good thing about taking pics is that I get to show you the amount of product I use. In this case, whenever I use the makeup base, I would use a little more as the product is a little thin. I know I used to say a little goes a long way, but gradually I find that I got better coverage when I’m more generous with it. And you can see that my skin looked more dewy after.
And whenever I use my Pony Effect concealer, I just squeeze a small amount on my small blending sponge. As I only needed coverage for my undereyes so a little goes a long way. Btw the amount in the pic is meant for both eyes. Another good thing I noticed is the concealer provided better coverage when I use the makeup base! So the makeup base is actually pretty good.
• The Nude Tude palette
• Kiss Make Heroine Mascara
• Colorpop Highlighter in Lunch Money
I think the most beneficial part about documenting is when I’m doing my eye makeup. I could show the area which I apply the different shades.
So for starters, I’ll always use my short fluffy brush to apply the base colour. Which in this case is my fave shade sultry, it’s been my go to shade for my everyday look. And what I do is apply the shade at the outer half of my lids. Then I try to blend out the colours to make it look spread out and natural.
Then I use my small fluffy brush to pick up some shimmer and apply on the mid section if my lids. I wanted a simple look but something that still pops through my specs.
And using the same brush I dip on sleek and blend that to the outer corner for more depth to the overall look.
For the last part, I like to use the smallest brush and apply some shimmer to the lower lashes area to make my eye look brighter and more awake. I also put the same shade in my inner corner but I decided not to this time. Then I use my contour brush to dip in some highlighter and apply on my cheekbones for an extra flair.
I took this opportunity to use my new Kiss Make Heroine Mascara! It’s very lightweight and I’ll say the formula is much thinner as compared to Revlon’s I didn’t have any issues with the drying time as some mentioned online in their feedback for the product so I’m glad about that. It looks really natural but at the same time made my lashes look super long!! I noticed some fibres inside the product too so I believe that’s what is helping to make long lashes haha Currently I’ll say I like both mascaras that I have. No preference!
And done! Just a simple look for a dinner date. Oh and I applied blotted lip in Drip for a pretty shade. I was wearing Dopey before but I think the shade is too dark so oh well.
This post took me so long to finish! I still prefer to just share my looks as and when, instead of going through step by step. Maybe I will only do a documented look once in awhile.. Well I still enjoy reviewing things tho!
After 2 weeks of no make up/self care, I wanted to doll up a little even though I’ll be out filming for work. And it’s really nothing much, just mascara & a little shadow & eyeliner :3 Also I think it’s about time I change mascara! So excited to be using Kiss Make soon!
I’m a little bummed that my eye make up always don’t shoe through in the photos ): But I swear it looks different when I used different shades T_T
• Pony Effect I’m Concealer
• The Nude Tude Seductive as base
• The Nude Tude Serious as shadow
• CLIO waterproof pen liner
• Revlon dramatic definition mascara
• Colorpop blotted lip in Drip
I must say I missed wearing mascara, made my eye pop so much :D
Yay! I am finally done with the intense period of work! It was definitely not easy x_x There were a lot of challenges I faced during the past 2 weeks and I'm glad I managed to pull through. Now I can take a little breather, but I still have work to do, and they are more manageable so I will be able to commit back again!
I haven't been able to take care of myself in the past two weeks because I kind of don't have any time to allow it.. The preparation time I have was really short and I had to use every minute of it well. Any missed days will result in not getting things done on time and that would have been a disaster. However I guess I can thank my youth because I didn't really look that terrible LOL I mean I did look exhausted all the time but my skin condition was still good and I didn't get any breakouts. Maybe thanks to plenty of fluids and water hydration too. My dark circles did get a little worse, and I got a bit of an eye bag, but they recovered very quickly. Somehow in the back of my head I can hear a scolding of me doing something to make up for the “damage” because I may regret not taking care of my eye area one day T_T The eye bags especially. Man.
Anyway I have a few samples I would like to try soon! They're some hydrating gels samples I got from Aesop! I'm quite curious about what it does and how's the texture is going to be like! Someone told me that it felt like honey and it'll be very sticky so I'm a little worried about it, so we'll see!
I'm just gonna say this. I won't be updating with any new things until the end of the month as I'm getting pretty occupied with work. It's going to get a little crazy because I'll have to race against time to get things done. The recent holiday break have also cut short my time to work so I'll have to find a way to make up for it.
Am hoping for the best still, getting the things I need in time, making sure I don't mess up!!! I'm really nervous about the upcoming shoot so I'm going to give all my attention to it.
In the meantime, I've been thinking about what to do for the next few posts, possibly a couple product reviews (I got a gift recently) I'm definitely looking forward to try the gifted product >:D Am quite curious if it works (hint hint). We'll see how it goes XD
So today when I was getting ready I find my look a bit extreme so I wanted to wear a bold lip to go with it. But my go to lip colours nowadays are light pinks so I started looking through and I found my sweet Urban Decay Blackmail. I tried it on and I feel like I’m ready for the kill xD However I decided not to wear it out because the lipstick is really old and I’m going to have lunch. Didn’t really like the idea of eating with a really old lipstick on.
Turns out drip suits the look really well too. I look like a bad ass chic, trying to be casual but is subtly glam. Lols Happy day today!
The eye makeup:
Funny thing is, when I went overboard with the look today, I messed up xD That was the reason why I used the Q-tip to clean up, and at the same time I tried the dramatic cat eye shadow look and luckily it worked.
Update: I know, still haven't found a better way to document. Be patient!