Saturday, December 31, 2016
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
My last blog post was in June 2013...and it is now May 2016, and I cant believe how fast time has just gone by...There are so many things I need write down...I don't know where to start?? Let me think about 2013...I cant remember! I guess I'll just blog about the most significant thing that happened to me last November?
21.11.2015 x I got engaged!!!
He brought me out for my early birthday dinner date (sorta) cause I had work on my actual birthday...and I knew that night would be extra special because he suprised me a dress and a pair of shoes to change into. Dinner was at Mezze, Damansara where we had our first date. We always talked about revisiting but it did not happened until that night. We even sat at the exact same table, it was dejavu all over again!
|dress and shoes laid on my bed saying Wear Me|
|my choice: always lamb!|
|the dessert which he insisted!|
I later found out that while we were having dinner, my friends were prepping my place for proposal. He had been planning this with Camille (the master mind) for weeks. During dinner, he texted them I was not feeling well and wanted to leave earlier they were all super kan-cheong (nervous) and had to speed up things!
When I arrived back home, my whole studio had been totally transformed! It was filled with our pictures attached to helium balloons, fairy lights and candles. It was so pretty, and I got so distracted! Joshua had a plaster on his nose, so I was like Joshua what happened to your noseeee? and the rest of my friends had to pull me away from being distracted.
All in all, it was so surreal and I am very touched and blessed to be engaged to my best friend! And to celebrate it with my closest friends was a major bonus!
1 Corinthians 13:13 And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Here are a few tutorials which i find really helpful :)
Pictures are taken from Pinterest....
This youtuber, bebexo has some really easy and helpful hair tutorials too :) I especially liked her easy everyday headband haistyles.She's so creative....
Friday, June 14, 2013
However, things changed after I hit my twenties. Pimples would pop before my menstrual cycle, my pores has also enlarged due to me using make-up on a daily basis and I start noticing the forming of oil seeds (which is so hard to get rid off and is also a sign of poor skin health). There was once i had a break out on my forehead and me constantly picking on it, made it worst. Gone was skin glory days and I had better start taking care of my skin.
So I have been sticking to this beauty regime for almost a year now and I think its safe to say that it has helped my skin condition improve.
1. Removal of Make-up
I make sure I remove all my make-up with a cotton pad, wet tissue or cue-tip before i sleep no matter how tired I am. I use the silky girl gentle eye make up remover to remove my eye liner and it works well, it is inexpensive as well about myr 15.
I cleanse my face twice a day, in the morning when i wake up and at night. I have tried all kinds of facial cleansers and i think this suits my skin best, Clinique's facial soap, it removes all traces of make up without drying my skin. You can get it from any Clinique counters, or Sephora, where i get mine now (same price plus loyalty points = win win). I like that it lathers up too, I cant stand soaps that have no lather. It retails for myr 63 and lasts me for about 4 months.
Growing up I never saw the need of moisturizing until now...I cant skip this step especially cause most of my day is spent in an air conditioned place. I do this right after i cleanse everyday and before make up. (i skip the toning part as my soap bar removes all my make up, but if I have the extra time that day i will use my facial essence to tone) I use the Dramatically Different Moisturizing gel by Clinique. I love that it comes with a pump, makes it easier and more hygenic. So i squeeze a tiny bit onto my hands and i massage it unto my face until it is completely absorbed and it leaves my skin feeling soft and velvety. It costs myr 170.00 but a 125ml bottle goes a long way. If you have dry skin, the Moisture Surge is very good too.
4. Exfoliating and Masks
I do this at least once a week. I grew up using and really liking the St. Ives Apricot Scrub until I read that its a product that dermatologists cringe upon because the apricot seeds is very rough leaving microscopic cuts in your skin that is bad. It kinda makes sense to me, so I have ever since avoided it on my face.
Now, I use a neutrogena exfoliating wash and also the ginvera marvel gel. I like the latter because its very gentle, and you can see your dead skin and dirt forming after you massage it on your face. :) From time to time, I also use sheet masks.
I also try eating food that is good for my skin such as almonds, natural yoghurt, fruits and drink lots of water.
If you don't have a beauty regime, you should and its never too late to start! :D
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Sunday, May 5, 2013
Have you watched it yet? It is so so good, watch it watch it and you will not regret it. That's two watch it's for you right there.
So Ralph is the bad guy in a fix it Felix arcade game. So Ralph wrecks the building and Felix with his magic hammer fixes it. After the arcade shuts down, poor Ralph goes home...but guess what :( he doesn't have a home, he stays in a dumpster. Anyways watch it!
Post wreck it Ralph conversation with my other half,
Me: hun hun, how would u rate wreck it ralph? I rate it 9! I love it, the concept is so smart yadayadayadA
Stevo: it's allright,.I'll give it a 6 maybe.
Me: whatttttt a 6, that's so low....*tries to convince him to give a higher rating* okay...then me...how would you rate me? *shiok sendiri mode*
Stevo: 11 *inserts cheesy face*
Me: *rolls eyes*
Stevo: expect during your pms-y days, where you are in a funny mode then your a 4.
Me: whaaaaaat! A 4, that's so low...*continues asking for attention hoping for a better rating*
Its the hormones bah..
All the hoohah which has been going on for a while has lead to today, my tanah air's 13th election.
I am a first time voter. And leading to this, I was flooded with information to be mindful about the dirty tricks that might be used which made me rather nervous...fast forward to today, I arrived at a primary school in melaka at about 9am. Everything was orderly, with a 50 meters line ahead of me. In about 20 minutes, I was in the school ready to be verified.
After I got inked on my finger, I carefully collected my 2 ballots, one for dun klebang and one more for parliament tangga batu and headed to my pooling booth. I cast my votes bearing in mind to not stain my paper. Soon after I dropped my ballots in the clear see through box. Thank you God for the smooth process.
I don't know how exactly the process will be after this, but I pray that my vote will be made count. Somehow nowadays every time I think about tanahairku where I spent all my life in, I get a pang of sadness. There are still a lot of goodness I encounter around me despite all the negativity and I hope she recovers soon to be healthy again.
“hope is a good thing. maybe the best of good things. and no good thing ever dies”
― the shawshank redemption