As i got older, i realised my make up bag is getting bigger and bigger but not until i reorganised my cosmetics and cleaned my brushes only then i realised that half of the cosmetics i have was not used or rarely being used too.
Again with my mantra at the back of my mind, If you have not used or worn an item for the last 6 months, time to toss them in the bin or charity basket!
My beauty must haves! (everything else is out!)
I still prefer the Naked Palette 1 of the 3! Love the colours and it is indeed long lasting! Also must remind myself too, to get the Basics when i head up to New York in November! The one one i am missing!
My ultimate favourite blush! Ideal for all seasons and a highlighter when you in need of a glowy summer! =))
How can i not have my korean cosmetics in my list! Etude House curling mascara is awesome! Love it! It curls, no clumps or mess, easy to wipe off! so what’s not to love! I don’t have much korean cosmetics but i have heaps of korean skincare! haha
This product was recommended to me by my very own good friend who is also a beauty editor. I’ve tried a lot of BB creams in the market which are most Korean brands like Skin 79 and etc. Garnier. hmmm it never cross my mind at all. Local supermarkets such as Coles and Woolworths usually have them on sale for $10 every three months so why not try it right? Bought it on sale, applied it, fell in love with in and rush back to the supermarket and bought another one to stock up! And it has been my favourite every since.. Recommended to a couple of friends who loved it as it wasn’t oily or cakey and really easy to apply! It pretty much look pretty natural but with a little bit of coverage!
I attended KikkiK’s Happiness Workshop last month! It was a major impromptu! Had a late meeting in the city and hence put my name forward for the workshop to fill my time waiting for the peak hour traffic to die down…
As per their KikkiK’s website and brochures, “Happiness is a journey, not a destination, so there’s no better time to create your happiest life. Start living the life you want to live by doing more of what makes you happy.
Discover how in an inspiring workshop:
• Explore what happiness means to you
• Learn how to celebrate the little things
• Plan to welcome more happiness in”
I wasn’t depressed. Likely unhappy but i just need that boost. A little inspiration to be happier. Be in touch with the things or areas that i overlook or have forgotten. To maintain or improve my positive outlook in life and be happier of course.
The workshop was beneficial. They work alongside Gretchen Rubin’s, The Happiness Project book. Hence, they complement one another.