Sunday, 19 April 2015

What is inside? | My study bag

Hey peeps! I am going to show you what is in my college bag! All the essentials that kept me alive during classes *giggles*
Let's start off with my bag, it's nothing fancy, just a plain bag I got for only RM25. It had followed me to several countries. Unfortunately, it's malfunctioning so I took it to college instead... (in case it broke when I am on a vacation LOL)
This teddy was a souvenir my friend gave me during his trip to Korea. It's adorable so I decorated my bag with it.
First item I am going to show you is my important planner. I always used a planner until I have a smartphone, I kept everything inside until one fine day it was lost... So I have decided to return to the old-fashion way to keep track of my activities just in case anything bad happen to my electronics (I was relying on electronics too much).
Such cute patterns!
Next, my DIY pencil case. I even sew a hook at the sides so I can hook my matching mini coin bag! 
Also, I had chained my lipgloss... I never use it but it looks cute hanging there.
I love my pencil case and the fabric ain't cheap... but it turns out really cute! Even my lecturer complimented it (without knowing I made it myself *giggles*) SO here's the inside of this pencil case. I have a lot of colour pens and highlighters so that I can keep my notes colourful and less boring. 
TA-DA! Here is the mini matching coin purse I was talking about. It can be hooked to the side of my pencil case. Inside, I put some coins (when I am lazy to put them in my purse) and a lavender essential oil. The oil is to keep me from stressing out from working on assignments.
Moreover, I have a scarf to keep myself warm during classes cause some classrooms felt like freezers...  
I brought this from my trip to China. The pattern resembles "Flowers of happiness" and for Chinese in China, they thought this pattern looks prestige. Unfortunately, my friends in Malaysia teased me and said it looks like a aunty-sort-of fashion ~(=w=~).
Furthermore, this is an umbrella (you don't say)
This was a gift from my friends during my birthday... 
There was a long story behind it but I will just skip it to reduce any extra amount of boredom.
 Look at these beautiful laces! Anyway, I needed this because I needed to walk a short distant outdoor to my college and it might rain...
From left there is my Doraemon earphones to give me silence and music when I needed them. 
Lavender scented wet tissue and dry tissue (I am a huge fan of lavender scent)
Phone is my secondary physiological need now.
The pink Japanese doll printed thing is a mirror.
Mint to keep me awake in class.
and lastly, a lotion that contained SPF in case I need to go outdoors. 

Oh! I forgot my purse LOL

So I guess that is it! I just felt like sharing with you all what I am using in my daily life. It's fun to blog about something personal once in a while. 

Hope y'all like it! bye! 

Monday, 13 April 2015

U.Mi eyeshadow in godness (pink) review

Recently I felt in love with natural make up ever since my boy can't differentiate my real lashes and false lashes... I like it when he thought I was wearing false lashes when I am not (LOL) hahaha!

Hence, eyeshadow plays an important role when it comes to eye makeup and the current trend is natural colours. Basically close to nude colours but I am not a huge fan of way-too-nude colours... I mean what is the point of wearing make up when everyone can't tell the difference? 

So I was finding for a sheer and natural colour that does not looks too obvious and too natural.. (What the... ~(=w=~) 

It was a hard journey... *wind blows* but I found it!! 
Introducing *drum hits*
(no edits and lack of creativity after being zombified by assignments X_X)
Name: Godness
Brand: U.Mi
Ingredients: Mica, carmine, titanium dioxide
nett weight: 2.35g
Origin: made in U.S.A
( I love the name hahaha!)
As usual, let's start from the appearance. It's unattractive, plain and simple. I prefer a princess-looking packaging... 
This is how it looks like when you opened it. There are 3 holes inside but I didn't tear the plastic out is not the powder might over-leaked. Instead, I poked a hole. 
The texture of the powder is smooth and the powder might fly all over your face when you accidentally scooped too much powder onto a brush. (feels like pixie dust LOL)  
Even the brush can sense whether or not you took too much powder, so a little goes a long way.

Unlike other conventional eyeshadows, it is in loose powder form. 


  • 0% harmful substances since making a baked eyeshadow required chemicals.

  • Inconvenient if you wanna travel cause it might fly all over the place when you open it.

It felt like as if the powder have anti-gravity power... I tried turning the lid but the it still won't fall down... (and yes, it stays on my eyelids strongly too)
Colour wise, it looks amazing. From far it looks like shimmer of pink and slight sliver. If you looked closely you can see a mixture of pink/gold/ violet (the violet does not appear most of the time hahaha) it felt like scooping stars that appeared during twilight and put them on your eyelids without being too pigmented. 
(I am pretty sure you can't see what I have described... sorry my camera is not that good)
It can lasts for 6 hours without sweating or oil (in a air-conditioned room)

The price is RM88. Why so expensive? 
because it's 100% mineral makeup, so even the most sensitive skin can apply them. #truestory

Here is a short clip of the eyeshadow. 
Yes, I was sponsored for this post. 
Even so, whatever I have written is based on my sincere point of view. 

Hope it helps! 

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Sunday, 5 April 2015

Daiso eyebrow pencil review

Most of the time, I get really excited when I found some inexpensive and good quality products in the market. Let me introduce you to my favorite eyebrow pencil of all time!
Brand: Daiso
Name: I don't understand cause it's written in Japanese
Origin: Made in Korea

There are 2 shades available, one is dark brown the other is light brown. I brought the dark brown colour one. Did I mention how much I hated sharpening? Thumbs up to those roll-out pencils! 
As you roll it out, you will find the tip of the pencil (unlike other brow pencil) it's not cylinder shaped but it's triangle shape! I love the angle of the pencil, it can catch my brow shape easier than other cylinder shaped pencils. 
There is a brush intact in the other end of the pencil. Which makes it convenient, especially when I need to take it to vacations or even for a touch-up! 

Also, I didn't expect much from a RM5 brow pencil so it's kind of hard to glide on your skin. A little rough but still usable.
From right to left: one stroke, 2 strokes and 3 strokes.
It gives a natural feeling cause it's not as pigmented as some other brow pencils. I like my brow pencils sheer cause I might make mistakes when I am drawing my brows *laughs* I don't want to end like looking like Shin chan... yikes...

I have never did touch-up for my brows when I uses this precious pencil! It stayed on my skin for the entire day! But... If you sweat, it might fade a little if you uses tissue to dap it. It's not waterproof of smudgeproof so it's easy to remove.
As for the price, RM 5 for a product like this is awesome! No complaints at all! *laughs*

Well, I guess that is it! Hope it helps!
ps: I am using this brow pencil not only in this picture but in almost all make up I did LOL 
I love it a lot!