Daiso’s Blusher in Beige

Daiso's Blusher in Beige

The blusher claims that the colour is in beige, but obviously, one look at it, it’s somewhat pink.

The blusher is excellent for a $2 cosmetic, for it’s easy to apply and it’s visible and highlights your cheek making you more rosy and brilliant.

The downside of this is that the brush does not really picks up the powder well, so you might have to either get a new brush or use your own.

I really like this, so I would give it a 3.8/5 because it does not have any irritations on my highly sensitive eczema skin.

Daiso’s Duo Eyeliner

Daiso's Duo Eyeliner

This duo eyeliner comes in black and white or other variations like brown and white, etc…

The retractable eyeliner may be suitable for beginners who are still practising and perfecting their drawing eye lines skill but it’s not really suitable for wearing it out because the white eye line stick is hard to use and barely have any visible effects after application and you have to go over the line a few times for it to show.

And the same goes for the black eye line stick, both are rather hard, not smooth for application.

Basically, I would not really recommend you to purchase this.

Daiso’s Concealer

Daiso's Concealer

There’s actually 2 tones of concealer for you to choose from.

It does really basic and simple coverage, not very good though, if you really want to cover freckles or other dark spots, you would need to apply a whole lot of it onto that particular spot and your face would not look that smooth after that because it sort of highlights your other bumps on your face.

On Overall, I would maybe give it a 2.5/5 for this concealer, for it does not does wonders.

A word or 2, maybe more before bed…

Formally speaking, it’s term 2 in the semester 1 of Year 2!

Anyway, school’s starting in just a few hours time…

The continuation of this semester is going to be hectic, not quite, but with all the classmates drama, friendship drama, project quarrels, it’s quite alot to handle for the emotions side.

There’s actually 2 group projects to be completed, while the rest are mainly individual assignments, hopefully I’ll be able to handle them and maybe get a good passing grade.

Of course, there’s going to be the follow-up for braces in the early july, which might sort of hurt a crazy hell lot, then reaching august, there’s National Day, which will give me a good holiday because I might be going back to grand’s place in Kota Tinggi, hopefully.

Also, this semester has been going on quite well for my financial part, because since I’ve got a lesser modules to study as compared to the last few semesters, I could, in fact be able to work part time in Regent maybe during fridays or saturdays whenever they required people, which means that there’s additional income for paying off my phone bills and miscellaneous splurge, I don’t have to really scrimp and save on my weekly allowance, which is F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C-! 

Now, it’s time to go to bed and goodnight, FELLAS! 🙂

My Taiwan Video is up on Youtube !!!

So, here’s my video of a compilation of the bits and pieces of short clips taken during my study trip to taiwan!

Nothing fanciful, nothing much, a short performance by the performers from the Aboriginal Cultural Village and maybe sightseeing with Elmo on the high-speed rail.

Hope that you will enjoy it xD

T-A-I-W-A-N-!

It’s my 2nd overseas trip away from Singapore, and this time, I’m going to Taiwan, Taipei!

It’s actually a study trip to be exact, but it’s my second time flying off with Singapore Airlines on economic class. I could recall the last time travelling to Bali, I took Singapore Airlines too.

6 Days 5 Nights in Taiwan gone by in a swift before I even noticed it, I’m already back in Singapore. I stayed in different places, travelling from Taoyuan to Taipei to Yilan to Taichung and many other places, staying in Fullon Hotel Linkou, Plaza International Hotel and even farmstays in Flying Cow Ranch and Shangrila Leisure Farm.

The food in Taiwan was fascinating, yummy and tempting but I preferred the shopping part much more. Well, I ate awesome food like oyster omelette, extra large fried chicken chop, xiao long bao, mee sua and even drank milk tea!

For the shopping part, I managed to grab a few pieces of pretty apparels in the Taiwan’s largest night market- Feng Jia Night Market and also some cosmetics and accessories from Ximending. I really liked Feng Jia Night Market and if I had a chance, I would definitely go back there again and stock up my wardrobe!

So, this was my very first time getting a window seat on board the plane and I’m all hyped up!

Milk Steamboat: It had a milky smell and overpowering salty taste with no natural sweetness of milk.

SO, the taiwan trip was a very fruitful one, for I’ve brought back lots of knowledge and also clothes!

I would definitely want to go back to Taiwan to shop next time, maybe with my bff, Siru!