• Review Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm

      I’m so big on lippies nowadays I’d say ‘Yes!’ to whoever wishes to send in some lips smack-able products. When I got an email from Revlon asking if I’m interested to talk about Revlon Colorburst latest seasonal shade, I immediately agreed and was really excited looking forward to these Jumbo Crayons for my doodling.   Available in 12 shades, I’ve here with me 2 colours which I weren’t expecting to receive. Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm Available in 12 colours: Elusive, Striking, Fiery, Enchanting, Sultry, Standout, Audacious, Fiery, Showy, Striking, Complex, Unapologetic Unapologetic and Mischievous are shades that I wouldn’t even go into swatching them when I step into drugstores.…

  • Review on Asience Shampoo and Conditioner, Hair Treatment

      Hellos! Taking care of my hair is always my top priority, there is nothing more important than giving your hair that soft bouncy texture. I’m afraid I cannot mention long cascading waves anymore coz I chopped off a few inches, is now only an inch exceeding my shoulder line. I’ll talk about my haircut in a separate post. With the recent launch of Asience hair treatment product, my chemically treated mane (even is just that few bleached areas from the last colouring) is going to restore its full glory. Asience is specially formulated for asian women who wishes to improve their hair beauty taking care of from the scalp…

  • [Review] Introduction to Etude House Color My Brows Mascara

    I never thought I’ll fall in love with Korean makeup until I met Etude House. Initially when Etude House first launch in Singapore I was a little blew away by the cute and girly appearance of their shop but still pretty reluctant to patronize because I thought the prices of their makeup would be exorbitant! I mean with so much effort spend on the shop decor and elaborately adorable uniform of the sales assistants, I presumed the prices (of the product) doesn’t come cheap. Also, have you seen how their girls  grace the front of their shop giving out samples and all? All that marketing strategy sure adds on to…

  • [Make + Review] Medusa Makeup

    I’m always a fan of cruelty free makeup (think TheBodyshop and lime crime) and when Stars and Charms approached me to review about Medusa Makeup, I gladly agreed. Medusa makeup actually carries in a huge variety of eyeshadows in other pigments.They have pressed eyeshadows (as seen below) in 24/more colours, Micro glitters, eye dusts.For available colours please drop  Stars and Charms a message on their facebook page. I have with me 4 individual eyeshadows from the Safari Collection. The pigment is not very well received without the influence of a primer, thus prior to applying colours from the pressed shadow range please remember to use a good base. Regardless of the…

  • [Make + Review] Urban Decay Naked3

    Urban Decay is amazing, I have to say they are the experts at luring, enticing me to buy their products! Like any other beauty addicts, I have with me the recent Naked 3 palette, a totally different set of neturals. While Naked 1 and 2 carries a range of  sandstone shades, this Naked3 (available at Sephora) comes in a range of pink shades. I have to say is refreshing to see something different from the Naked family for once but when it comes to making up for brides Naked 2 is still my staple. I’ll probably swatch them all at once when I get my hands on the pioneer version…