Sunday, February 23, 2014

How to find a good mascara?

Hi guys!

Who wants darker, thicker, and/or longer lashes? Then of course, you want to use mascara!
Using mascara can allow a person's eyes to look bigger, brighter, and more awake, which is essential in many looks.
Here are some tips on how to find a good mascara.
Of course, these tips are based on my preferences, so you may take from it what you like and what not.
Also, there may be some repeated information, since many things will overlap and affect one another.

I judge how good a mascara is by 3 things:
-amount of product on wand
-shape and size of wand


Irritation and Sensitivity
Of course, this is the first and most important step. Make sure that the formula does not irritate and/or hurt your eyes or the skin around your eyes. Just stop using it if it does.

Waterproof vs Non-waterproof
I tend to go for waterproof mascaras because they hold a curl better and they will last longer and of course if it rains or if you cry there is less mascara running down your cheeks. The downside is that waterproof mascara is more difficult to remove. But if you find a good makeup remover, then it is okay.

Smudging and Flaking
Of course no one wants their mascara to get messy, so make sure to find a good long lasting mascara that will not smudge or flake off onto your skin. I have pretty oily skin around my eyes and on my eyelids so finding a smudge-proof mascara is important for me. Again, that's why I usually go for waterproof.

If you are looking for thicker and/or longer lashes, you also look for how much product you can buildup on your lashes to increase the volume and length. Generally wetter formulas with a thinner and smoother consistency have more buildability but they might need to dry in between coats or take longer to dry. Drier formulas can still be buildable and many work well, but you may need to work a little faster before they dry up. Sometimes if you apply mascara  onto eyelashes with dried mascara on already, it can make the lashes lump together or have large chunks of mascara stuck to it.
Sometimes formulas will have tiny fibers that will aid in the buildability of mascara and help thicken and/or lengthen lashes.

Clumping vs Not Clumping
Some people like the clumping effect, others don't mind a little and there are people like me, who hate it. I personally think that clumping looks ugly and unnatural, and it makes it very obvious to people that you are wearing it. Also, clumping can make so many of your eyelashes stick together that it will not have the beautiful fanout effect that some people look for, and your eyelashes may look even more sparse and unnoticeable.
If you want a formula that does not clump, try a formula that is not too sticky and/or dry.

How well it holds a Curl
For people like me who have straight lashes that tend to point down, we curl them before (and sometimes after) mascara application to perk up our eyelashes. If we don't curl them, then there's no point in mascara if you can't see your eyelashes first.
Generally drier formulas and waterproof formulas hold curled eyelashes better.

How well it Thickens/Volumizes Lashes
Depending on what you are looking for, some people want thicker or more volumized lashes. Usually that means that they are looking for a mascara that is easily buildable in order to create many layers to make the eyelashes look thicker.

How well it Lengthens
If you are looking for a mascara to lengthen your eyelashes, you are also looking for buildability, generally also with tiny fibers in the formula to help increase lash length.

How Long Lasting it is
Of course, everyone wants mascara that lasts all day without melting or smudging off. Waterproof mascaras are usually good at this.

Amount of Product

The amount is very important. The size of the container hole will be the one to determine how much product is on the wand when you pull the wand out of the container.
Too much product can cause a lot of clumping, or weigh down lashes a lot so they are no longer curled or upright.
If a wand has too much product, usually I will get a tissue and wipe off the excess before application. It may seem very wasteful, but it works really well if you don't want excess clumps of mascara when you apply. Having excess mascara may be hard to spread the product evenly and cause clumping and weighing down of the lashes, so they will fall flat after curling.

Shape and Size of Wand
Shape and size will determine how well the product is applied to your eye lashes and how easy it is to apply to your eyelashes.

Here are a few general rules for finding a wand that suites you:
-If you have small, short eyelashes, find wands that are skinny, small, and not that big and fat. It is easier to see what you are doing and easier to apply more product from the base to the tip of the lashes.
-If you want to prevent clumping, rubber wands are better than wire wands at preventing clumping and fanning out the lashes more easily.
-If you are looking for a want to coat each and every lashes, a skinny or small sized mascara will do the trick. Those kinds are also good for apply mascara to the lower lashes.

The rest is really up to you and your preferences. Just remember wands can make a huge difference to how a mascara works on you and it just takes some time and practice to find one that suites your eyelashes best!

I hope this information was helpful to you! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to write in the comment box below! Thank you for reading and I will see you soon! =)

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Review on N.Y.X.'s Wonder Pencils and Infinite Shadow Sticks!

Hi Everyone!

I hope you are having a good weekend so far!

I'm reviewing quite a few products today:
-N.Y.X. Wonder Pencil in Light
-N.Y.X. Wonder Pencil in Medium
-N.Y.X. Infinite Shadow Stick in "Flushed"
-N.Y.X. Infinite Shadow Stick in "Almond"

These are a couple of the newest products from N.Y.X.!
When I got my eyebrows done, my esthetician used Anastasia's famous under eyebrow/browbone highlighter and I loved it. But I wasn't willing to pay the price. So I did a bit of research, found a possible substitute and bought a few other things too!

Note: I do have alot of pictures and swatches this time. This is due to the fact that it was rather hard for me to take good pictures of what I thought to be the right color representation of the product. Especially with shimmery colors, with so much shine, it is difficult to show the color. I hope that looking at multiple pictures will give you a better idea of how true the color is and I'm sorry if you felt it was too much or too confusing.

N.Y.X. Wonder Pencil in Light and Medium
These pencils cost $4.50 each and can be bought online at N.Y.X.'s website or at Ulta. The net weight is 0.04 oz or 1 gram. It is supposed to be used as: "concealer, eye brightener, and reverse lip liner"

What do I think of this product?
So, I bought the colors in "Light" and "Medium". Light was a little lighter than my skin tone and I chose to use it as a highlighter. Medium is closer to my skin tone, not perfect, but good enough and I chose to use it as a concealer.
"Light" worked pretty well for me! It did not irritate my skin and blended easily. I use it to highlight my browbone and it definitely gives my eyebrows a cleaner and more defined look. I don't highlight my browbone often but I will do it for special occasions. I also use it to highlight the inner corners of my eyes, which brighten my eyes in the most beautiful natural way because the color is matte, not shimmery. Using it in these 2 ways, the product lasts all day for me.
I also like to use it to give a natural highlight to the bridge of my nose, to make it look taller and straighter and also on my waterline to brighten my eyes and make them look bigger. However, using the product this way, it is not that long lasting, and I need to reapply every 4-5 hours or so. I don't mind too much since I rarely highlight my nose bridge and I check up on my eyes often to clean up any gunk in the corners of my eyes, which gives me a great opportunity to reapply any makeup. Besides, it's just a pencil, very lightweight and portable!
"Medium" did not work well for me and I will return it. It did not irritate my skin, however, it did not give me a lot of coverage. It was okay in blending, but for me, it was not thick and creamy enough to pat out and blend. I tried it on my spots and dark circles and there was not much significant difference and it was difficult to build up layers. I put on more than 3 layers for my dark circles and they still looked pretty much the same.
I also think that "Medium" isn't that dark when I think of the shade "medium" for skin tone. I would consider it more of a light medium or beige color.

Here are some pictures and swatches:

I blended in half of the swatches

"Light" is above, "Medium" is below"
"Light" is above, "Medium" is below
Do I recommend this product?
As a highlighter, depending on your skin tone, I recommend this product! I think it is a wonderful matte highlight that can be excellent for natural looks, or if you like matte colors in general!
As a concealer, I do not recommend it. I think it needs more coverage, and be a little creamier and easier to blend.
It is lightweight, portable and very affordable! Last time I checked it was sold out on N.Y.X.'s website but I got it at my Ulta.

N.Y.X. Infinite Shadow Stick in "Flushed" and "Almond"

I bought these at Ulta. They cost $9 each and contain 0.19 oz or 5.27 grams of product. It is said to be waterproof, smudgeproof and lasts without creasing, flaking, or fading.

What do I think of this product?
So, I was looking for an on-the-go eyeshadow stick, something I could put on my eyes quickly when I was in a hurry and/or busy. It had to blend easily and last long.
"Flushed" is a shimmery coral beige color and "Almond" is a shimmery taupe color. Both colors are very pretty and the shimmer is not too strong so I think they are great for day and night use. "Almond" looks darker in my swatch compared to my eyes; it is not that dark on my eyes.
These shadow sticks are not as creamy and soft as the N.Y.X. Jumbo Eye Pencils but they are still pretty creamy and soft and so apply and blend well.
Because they are a little drier than the Jumbo Eye Pencils, they did last a little longer for me. However, within about 5 hours, they creased for me. =( I do have pretty oily eyelids and I use a lot of moisturizers for my skin, and the skin around eyes to prevent dryness, fine lines, and wrinkles. So there is a possibility that it creased because of one or both of those things. When I swatch them on my hands, they dry quickly and do not crease or smudge easily at all. Actually, a little hard to wash off haha.
I tried using an eyeshadow primer and then using the shadow sticks and the results were significantly better. I had about a good 9 or 10 hours until there was creasing.
However, my purpose of buying these shadow sticks was for quick and easy application. When I am in a hurry and busy, I don't have the time to first put on a primer and then wait, and then use the shadow stick. I intend to use a shadow stick alone. So, these did not work for me and did not suite my purpose, therefore, I will be returning them. So sad, I was looking forward to keep and use these regularly. =(
And I am not giving up my skincare routine for this, I would rather have good moisturized skin around my eyes, than drier skin that can hold eyeshadow creams better.

Here are some pictures and swatches:

"Flush" on left, "Almond" on right

"Flush" above, "Almond" below

Do I recommend this product?
If your eyelids are not that oily, then I recommend this product as a good product to try. It is decently affordable and has many positive reviews on its longevity. They are very beautiful shadows, they just didn't work for me.

I hope that this review helped you guys! I really like N.Y.X. products because they are so affordable. Feel free to ask any questions or comments in the comment box below. Thank you for reading and I will see you later! ^_^

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Outfit of the Day!

Hi Everyone!

This is what I wore today! Please watch in HD! Thanks!

This look is Taiwanese/Japanese inspired.

Not something you can wear any day, and will definitely attract some attention haha.
But I think it is very cute and feminine and I have gotten many compliments!
I think that this look is best in the fall, due the darker red color of the dress and the soft brown booties. But, whatever, I wanted to wear it today! XD

Just make sure, that if you are buying a dress similar to this, that it is long enough to stay classy. Especially if you are a taller person, make sure your butt is not peaking out from the bottom. =P

This is great for shorter girls because the dress will make your legs appear longer. It can also cinch in the waist and the flare from the dress makes your hips look wider.

Or for bustier girls, who still want to look good, but not look like a slut and have their boobs exposed. The straps and underbust of the dress will emphasize and centralize towards your bust, but as you can see, no boob skin is visible and it can look sexy but still appropriate!

Thanks for watching!

Juju was such a cutie! But a little too excited today =P. Hard to keep her still for photos.

...where are you going?

On side note, I got my eyebrows done! They look so clean and polished! =D

I really recommend the beautician who did my eyebrows. She is such a professional and her prices are very reasonable. You can check out her website here.

Here are a couple of my pictures after my eyebrows were done:
I should have done a before and after, but I didn't think I would do a post on it. But the results are amazing!
She does a very natural look and gave me great tips for filling in my brows!

See you guys later! =)

Review on Mentholatum Acne Plus Skin Whitening facial cleanser

Hi Everyone!

I'm going to go get my eyebrows shaped and plucked today! Yay! I hated growing them out for 2 weeks...looked so ugly...-___-. But had to be done. =P

Today I am reviewing Mentholatum Acne + Skin Whitening facial cleanser

This product cost $145 Taiwan dollars which is about $7 US. I bought this in Taiwan because I have not seen this version in the US. It contains 100 grams of product. This cleanser is said to have Vitamin C and to clean the skin thoroughly while treating acne and having skin whitening properties.

What do I think of this product?
I love the Mentholatum acne cleanser brand. So far I find all of their cleansers to clean my face well while not drying it out and treats my acne, making them less red and swollen. I wanted to try this one because it is said to help lighten the skin.
This cleanser does not irritate or redden my skin. It lathers into a rich thick foam and cleans my skin wonderfully. It also keeps the hydration and does not dry my skin out. I think it does a pretty good job of treating my acne. I have had less acne than normal and the redness of my acne is reduced.
The whitening properties are not very significant though. I do not see much of a difference in my skin color/tone and it does not look that much lighter. This does not really bother me, I'm not big on whitening, I just wanted to see how well it would work.

Do I recommend this product?
If you are looking for an acne cleanser with whitening properties, I don't recommend it, because while it does treat acne it does little to whiten or lighten the skin. Especially if you are paying a little extra for both benefits, you want them to both work well.
I do recommend any acne facial cleanser from the Mentholatum line, I think they all work wonderfully, and I have reviewed a couple of them. There is the regular acne cleanser and the acne cleanser with exfoliating beads.

So I hope you found this review helpful! Feel free to write any comments or questions in the comment box below! Thanks for reading! I will see you later. =)

Monday, February 17, 2014

Review on E.L.F.'s Eyeshadow/Eyelid Primers =)

Hi Everyone!

I hope, for those of you who live in the US, that you all had a good 3 day weekend!

Today I am reviewing E.L.F.'s 3 Eyeshadow/Eyelid Primers
-E.L.F. Essential Eyelid Primer in Sheer
-E.L.F. Essential Eyelid Primer in Golden
-E.L.F. Mineral Eyeshadow Primer in Sheer

Please note: I am a picky person. I need my makeup to last at least 10 hours, 7am-5pm, and look good throughout the day without any creasing, smudging, fading, etc.

E.L.F. Essential Eyelid Primer in Sheer
This primer cost $1 and contains 0.11 fluid oz of product. It can be found at the E.L.F. online website or at Target.

What do I think of this product?
Apparently this particular primer and color is the most popular of all of E.L.F.'s eyeshadow/eyelid primers. However, it did not work well for me. =(
A few hours after use, I could see my eyeshadow already creasing. By 2pm, my eyeshadow was heavily creased and pretty faded. It looked bad. =/
I was looking forward to liking this product based on all the reviews and raves, but it just worked poorly for me. Perhaps it did not last as long because I have pretty oily eyelids and given that it was $1, I suppose I should not expect much.

Do I recommend this product?
Because there are so many positive reviews, I do recommend this product to try. It is cheap and if it doesn't work, then hey, you only lost $1. Perhaps if your eyelids are not that oily, this product make work better for you.
I personally will not buy it again, and that's all.

E.L.F. Essential Eyelid Primer in Golden
This primer cost $1 and contains 0.11 fluid oz of product. It can be found at the E.L.F. online website.

What do I think of this product?
This primer has a very beautiful yellow golden color. It is a little more gold and shimmery than the picture above, and gives a slight shimmer to my eyelids before putting on eyeshadow.
I really like the golden shimmer in the primer, I think it helps give my eyes a warmer look.
This is my favorite of all the E.L.F. primers. It works very well for me. I had no creasing, fading, or smudging until around 6pm where there was some creasing but no fading or smudging! It even lasts longer than my "Too Faced" eyeshadow primer! Which is amazing, because now I don't have to go buy a $20 primer every year!
I love this primer, and I will continue to buy it!

Do I recommend this product?
I definitely recommend this product! Very affordable and worked great for me!

E.L.F. Mineral Eyeshadow Primer in Sheer
This primer cost $3. It can be found at the E.L.F. online website.

What do I think of this product?
Another favorite of mine! Not as awesome as the Eyelid Primer in Golden, but very close. =)
I'm not sure if the mineral primer is supposed to work especially well for mineral eyeshadow or if it was made for mineral eyeshadow. But it worked well for all kinds of eyeshadow I used, so that doesn't matter to me. =P
It lasts about 10hrs until there is creasing, so hits my 7am-5pm mark, which means it lasts almost just as long as my "Too Faced" eyeshadow primer. Pretty darn good for $3 product vs $20!
Also when it starts to crease, there is no fade or smudging, just creasing at the end of the day.
I would definitely consider repurchasing it!

Do I recommend this product?
Yes, I recommend this product! Again, very affordable and works well! If you want to be very frugal then I say go with the cheaper ones I talked about earlier. There is not too much of a significant difference between the Eyelid Primer in Golden and the Mineral Primer.

So I hope that this review was helpful to you! Goes to show that inexpensive drugstore products can work just as well or even better than expensive name brand products. Great if you want to save money!
Feel free to write any questions or comments in the comment box below!
Thank you for reading and I will see you later! =D

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

A Few Outfits I Wore this Week! =)

Hi Everyone!

Here are a few outfits I wore so far this week!

Please watch in HD! Thanks and enjoy.

The weather is now in the wonderful mid-70s in sunny southern California and winter never really came.....='(, couldn't wear a lot of my cute winter clothes that I bought, but it's okay, another time.

I thought that these outfits were casual and everyday clothes that anyone could wear to school or on a normal day.

The last one might have been a bit boring, but I really like a brightly colored cami peaking out from underneath the white top. I think it looks cute and fun. Also, you won't look slutty wearing just that white top and accidentally exposing your boobs whenever you bend over or something. =P

I also work in a research lab which means long pants and closed-toed shoes are required, hence the jeans. But that doesn't mean I can't look good! ;P

As for the rest of the week, I'll be in the hospital, so I'll be wearing scrubs. Not the most interesting outfit. haha

I hope you enjoyed the video!

Thank you for watching. =)

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Review on Poretol Pore's Care Face Massage Pack ^_^

Hi Everyone!

Today I am reviewing Poretol's Pore's Care Face Massage Pack

This product costs about $9 US in Japan. You can find it at any Japanese drugstore or department store. The Producer is "Elizabeth" but the Brand is "Poretol", which is why you might see or hear people call it Elizabeth Poretol. It contains 65grams of product. Is is not sold on Sasa's online website, and sold for about $20 on Amazon and Ebay. If you hunt around online, there are small asian skincare stores that sell for cheaper.

This product is said to contain no pigments, no alcohols, no mineral oil. It is a very gentle exfoliating cleanser that will make your skin very smooth and soften. It is also supposed to help clean pores and get out all the dirt and oil from them. The exfoliation come from tiny pieces of the konnyaku a type of edible root very common in Japan. The cleanser also contain green tea as an antioxidant.

What do I think of this product?
When I went to Japan I was highly recommended by a close friend to buy this product. She has very sensitive skin and this exfoliating cleanser is very gentle and works very well for her. And so I bought it!
And wow, I love this product, it is amazingggg!
The cleanser does not irritate my skin. There is no fragrance added which is a plus for me, and while there is a sort of bland smell, it is not a chemical smell and does not irritate my nose. It does not lather into a foam yet still feels like a mini massage on my face!
The pieces of konnyaku are the same type of material used to make my favorite cleansing sponge. The pieces make look a little bigger and rougher than what you want, but they are actually quite spongy with a touch of firmness (the same firmness when you press on a piece of soft rubber, it bounces back). I love the exfoliating pieces, they work well to exfoliate the dead skin off my face, do not feel rough at all and don't make my skin raw or red. I have no problem using this every day when I wash my face. My face feels so nice, soft and smooth after use and I definitely want to repurchase this again!

On the pore cleansing part, to be honest I do not see much of a change in my pores. In general pore cleansing products either help dislodge and loosen pores so that when washing it is easier for the pores to be cleaned, or they contain products that soften clogged pores so they wash out more easily. I don't see myself getting any black heads, but I can still see that most of my pores have white heads. My pores are on the smaller side, so I feel it would be more difficult to wash them out. But hey, let's just say the pore cleaning did not do much for me.

FYI: Konnyaku is an edible fibrous plant root that is very common in many Japanese dishes. Women like to eat it because it is high in fiber and very low in calories so it makes you full quickly and eat less calories. It can be clear or gray with black spots and is common cooked as noodles, or small chucks and blocks in soups and stir fry. It is tasteless, so it is usually cooked with something or a sauce is added to it. I love eating this!

Do I recommend this product?
I highly recommend this product to anyone with any skin type but especially those with sensitive skin but still want to exfoliate all that dead skin that gets built up over time. This is very gentle and cleanses the face well. I know it can be difficult to find, and try to find it at a lower price than $20, but it is well worth your search!
As for cleaning pores, I cannot say, because that did not do much for me. But perhaps if you have larger pores, this may work better for you.

Thanks so much for reading! I hope this was helpful to you guys! Let me know if you have any questions or comments in the comment box below!

Talk to you later! =D

Monday, February 10, 2014

Outfit of the Day!

Hi Everyone!

Here's an outfit that I wore actually....last week. But I made the video on that day, just didn't upload it!
Please watch in HD! Thanks!

This is what I wore to school and work.
I think it is a casual but well put together look.

This was the coldest that southern California in...around 60F...yeah....I don't think we ever had a real winter....=P

This jacket looks really nice but it is a fake of a very popular Korean-British fusion brand, the quality is pretty good but it is very heavy and not that warm. Which isn't too much of a problem for me, because it really was not that cold.
A jacket like this with a complementary scarf can really put an outfit together, and you can wear them with jeans, pants, skirts, or dresses.

Also, I apologize for the poor lighting in the video, it was raining and I did not feel like walking around in the rain. There was not good lighting in the house and I didn't want to film in the bathroom with my boots on the nice carpet. I did take pictures outside though and you can see the clothes much better.

I hope you liked the look.
Thank you for watching!
See you soon! ^_^

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Review on Stila's "Portrait of a Perfect Eye" Palette

Hi Everybody!

Today I am reviewing the Stila's "Portrait of a Perfect Eye" Palette

I do not know how much this product cost because I received it as a gift from a friend for Christmas.

This palette comes with 6 shades (listed from left to right in the picture above)
-a matte pale off white shadow
-a rosey copper shimmery shadow
-a shimmery dark reddish-brown shadow
-a yellow-toned pale shimmery champagne shadow
-a shimmery bronze-taupe shadow
-a matte dark brown shadow

What do I think of this palette?
First of all I would like to thank my friend who got me this palette! I really like it and this is my first Stila product ever!
So, I really like how slim and compact this palette is. It is very light and travel friendly. There is no clasp or latch to firmly close the palette. So that is an issue when carrying it around, but it can be easily solved by using a rubber band or hair tie
This palette contains a lot of browns and warm tones which is complementary to all eye and skin colors. I also prefer browns, they are not as harsh as black and give a softer and more romantic feel.
I find this a very good night palette. Most of the eyeshadows are very shimmery and tend to be on the darker side which is good for going out in the evening or at night. The shimmery shadows also do have a bit of fall out onto my cheeks, it's usually just the shimmer though, and not the color, so I can brush that off with a fan brush.
You can do day looks, but it is going to be very basic and you should probably only apply a little shimmer. The shimmer is pretty strong, so apply lightly little by little. I made the mistake of applying it indoors, and when I went outside (where the sun was shining strongly), my eyes looked like there were laser beams shooting out of them or something =P, wayyy tooo shimmery.
So just keep in mind that the shimmer is strong in the eyeshadows and should be used carefully if you are going outside. If you don't like shimmer for day looks, you can work with the 2 matte colors (off white and dark brown) but like I said earlier, the look will be very basic because there are only 2 matte shadows.

The matte white is the one I use the least, it is used for highlighting the brow bone, but that's not something I usually do. My favorite is probably the rosey copper shimmer, really beautiful and not too red and goes well with the darker reddish brown eyeshadow. The pale-yellow shimmer champagne is great for highlighting the balls of the eye and the inner corners of the eyes. The shimmery bronze-taupe is also very pretty, almost metallic. I find it too dark for day use and only use it with dark smokey eyes for going out at night. I really like the rich dark color of the matte dark brown. I think it is great for lining my eyes for a soft feathered eyeliner look, or for putting it into the outer corners of my eyes and my crease to give my eyes more depth.

Here are a couple swatches (top to bottom on the swatches is the same as left to right for the picture above)

This is in a dimmer light. You can see that some of the colors look a bit cooler.
This is in brighter yellow light.
Here is a picture I took of the palette, the picture is pretty true to color.

Do I recommend this palette?
As long as the price is acceptable for you, I think this is a great palette for travel and evening/night wear. I would not call this palette a necessity. I personally do not find it day appropriate, and I would not call this a must have. But if you are looking for a light, slim, portable palette for a fun trip out with friends where you will be partying out a lot, I recommend this palette. I think this would be perfect for me to take to Las Vegas, or any short trip to party and have some fun!

Thanks so much for reading! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to write in the comment box below!

See you later! =)

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Experimenting with makeup!

Hi everyone!

Just thought I'd show you this:

I tried to do a smokey green eye look, looks okay I guess. =P

I would love to do makeup tutorials in the future but I'm not sure if I want to invest the money and time. Especially since I am premed. >.<

But I will work on tips and tricks for makeup applications and what not if you like =)

For those of you who go to the UC schools in CA, good luck on midterms!

See you later!

...and yes I have a big fat pikachu and my bed is not made....XP

Where did I go?

Hi guys!

Were you guys wondering what happened to me? haha
I'm still here.
I have just been trying and using a lot of new products lately and they're almost ready to be reviewed, I just need a little more time! =)
Also I have an ochem exam next week on Monday so...I need to study for that...=P

Thanks so much for sticking around for me!

I will see you soon!