Thursday, 17 September 2009

Blog sale!

Blog sale as promised.

Before we go into this, just to make things clear - I only accept Paypal for UK, Europe and US only, anywhere else please email me for more details. I'll be in Malaysia this mid October so if any of you are interested please let me know thanks. Happy shopping ladies.

These are the rules:

1) If you want an item, please indicate in the comments along with your Paypal email address. I will then send you an invoice
2) Paypal is the only method of payment accepted - safest too!
3) Please ensure you pay for the item immediately upon receiving the invoice - or at least some time within the next 24 hours; otherwise the item will be reposted and will not be reserved for you.
4) Prices are in £ sterling pound
5) Shipping is £2 (Royal Mail first class delivery) for one item: for each additional add 50p.
6) No returns

Onto the products,

i.d bareMinerals Warmth All Over Face Colour 2g - £12
I have maybe only used 1% of this product. Tried it twice at most and I think I don't know how to work with it.

YSL Lisse Expert - £15
I always like to see immediate results with my purchases and sadly this one didn't do a thing for me (maybe because I don't have any deep wrinkles to tell the differences). I've read such good reviews of it, you might like to give it a go only paying less than half of its pricetag. I'm now trying out la mer eye cream so I guess it's better to sell it then letting it sit in the drawer!

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This product is fantastic a little expensive but worth every penny, I have really deep lines from my nose to my mouth and this has made them vanish. Fantastic, Brilliant and superb

YSL Tinted Moisturiser in number 2 - £14
After a couple of applications, people complained it's too dark for me. A really nice product though, easy to blend and gives out a nice glow! I might get this in lighter shade someday when I finished up my current one.

Benefit Flamingo Fancy - £12
Again, used this maybe once or twice, realised it's too dark for me. It's got some shimmers in it to make you grow so you're not into shimmers don't get this! Very pretty product! You can see it looks brand new and unused! It actually is.

Lancome Juicy Tubes in Strawberry Funk - £6

Chanel 4 colours palette - £15

I have a lot more to put up but I'd really like to see how this one goes first.

Take care girls and enjoy your day! xoxo

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Blog sale coming up next!

I haven't blogged in a very long time I do apologise but not like many read my blog anyway so that's not too bad. haha.

Anyway lately I've been trying to organise my makeup and noticed I no longer have room for them all. So therefore I'm hoping to sell off some of them. Brands that I'll be selling will be MAC, YSL, Chanel, Benefit, id bareMinerals, Lancome and many others including drugstore ones.

Rest assured the items will be specially selected for the blog sale and mainly those I only used up maybe once or twice, they mostly have 90-95% or more of the products left and they're all considerably new (mostly less than two months old). Other reason for selling is mainly they don't work for me, whether it's the colour or it's just me, not knowing how to work with them.

Give me another day or two to get everything organised.

Till then, stay tuned for the upcoming great bargains and take care ladies. xoxo

Friday, 17 July 2009

You shave, yes?

Do you shave? Be it armpits or legs or ............???? :p

If you do, read on. If not, I'd say it's a strange fact worth reading!

You might already know this and I'm sure I was probably a bit slow to get on the wagon but do you know hair conditioner can also be used as shaving cream?

Not only it saves you money but it helps to condition/prep the skin and hair before you shave, just like most other shaving gels supposed to. As a result, it gives you smoother skin and in time the unwanted hair will become finer too. As of shaving gels, they're not just quite expensive to buy but sometimes they can be quite drying to the skin too. I always had to lather on loads of lotion afterwards.

I know this sounds a bit strange but I actually read about this from somewhere - can't remember where exactly but let me reassure you it was from a reliable source! I won't be sharing this with you if I haven't tried it myself. After using the conditioner I find my skin really well moisturised and actually smoother compared to using anything else! It saves me time too as I no longer need to pile on lotion after shaving. Glad I read about it.

Hope you find this helpful and have fun ladies! xoxo

Monday, 13 July 2009

10th July 2009

Many Congratulations on your wedding, Cao Tian & Alvin!!!

Put together a flower bouquet, did her makeup and styled her hair for their big day.

I enjoyed myself tremendously, just hope I did them proud!

Some friends have been telling me that I should become a freelance make-up artist and hair-stylist but not sure if I have that kind of confidence just yet. Will see what the future holds for me. :*)

Be well everyone. xoxo

Monday, 6 July 2009

My little day saver!

When you're looking totally worn-out with no sparkles in your eyes and you're going on a day or night out, what you need is this little baby I discovered a while ago! Whether you're like me, a mom with many sleepless nights or lately been up all night for whatever reasons be it studying or a late night out, you'll appreciate that these things are out there to do you some miracles! Haha.

When I lack my eight hours' sleeps I often have this slightly red or sometimes yellowish tired-looking eyes, I look like a zombie (believe me!) and even piling on loads of makeup doesn't help!!! So this really saves my day!! You can call it my little miracle drops!!! Haha.

All I need is a single drop in each eye to have white sparkling lively eyes. What it does is to remove the day's build up of redness in our eyes so we look more fresh and clear. Not like we've been dragging around all day.

However there are precautions when it comes to the use of this product. You must always consult your pharmacist or doctor before use if you are pregnant, if you have an eye disease (eg glaucoma), or have had eye surgery, if you are taking any medicines or receiving medical treatment for high blood pressure, depression, heart disease, diabetes or thyroid disorder.

And one other thing is not to use more than four times a day! Well, everything has its limitations even foods have! But if you're using it wisely I'd say we're ok. It isn't too bad for me because I only use it when I need to - maybe only once a week or twice at most! Sometimes none at all. It depends very much on how I feel I look - more like a touch-and-go kind of thing! Mostly weekends when we're going out or when I'm looking like I need a slap in the face to wake me up or someone to drag me out of bed! ;*)

So there you have it, my little secret! What's your day saver? Let's share!!

Take care and cheerios! xoxo

Saturday, 4 July 2009

Favourite eye makeup remover - for now!

I've used Lancome Bi-Facil eye makeup remover for as long as I can remember and finally decided to give drugstore ones a go. Not that it's not good, it's great! I've loved it and enjoyed using it all these years but one day I just thought why not give drugstore ones a chance - they can't be that bad. The Lancome one is also costing me a bomb at £18.50 for a 125ml considering it only lasts for a month or so.

I started with Loreal's. It wasn't too bad but not quite up to my expectations. Maybe because Lancome did a great job at removing waterproof mascara whereas Loreal's I was literally rubbing my eyes yet I still get panda eyes in the morning.

Anyway believe me when I say this, No. 7's Cleanse and Care is the best I've used so far. Not only it's well priced at £7 for a 100ml but I got mine when they were having the 3 for 2 deal so it was just under £5, even cheaper than the Loreal's. Best part is it doesn't evaporate - unlike the Lancome's or Loreal's, so that's good news! It's cheap and lasts longer too! That's another great find for me! Yippie.

Hope you find this helpful and enjoy your weekend ladies.

Huggies. xoxo

Sunday, 28 June 2009

Money well spent!

I often get asked how I do my makeup and how it's so long-lasting and goes on for hours without smudging. Now I'm going to share with you my secret. Haha. As if!

It's that simple! All you need is a primer of any brand I'd imagine, but I'm using Too Faced Shadow Insurance. I'm sure all primers work more or less the same way.

However, I find applying this one is so effortless and it glides on so smoothly. You only need that tiny little bit for upper and lower eye areas and smooth it on with your finger. I prefer to use my ring finger because it's known to be the gentle one with the mildest pressure. :p

I don't quite remember how much exactly it was but definitely under £10 again I could well be wrong. I got mine from Boots but Superdrug does them too! Check them both out as they sometimes do pretty awesome deals. Enjoy!

Hope you're having a great day and stay pretty ladies. Huggies. xoxo