How to Really Know Someone Vol. 4

Work has been killing me for the past week and a half and I’ve been spending most of my free time watching YouTube videos and looking through Pinterest photos of bullet journals. Then last weekend, I decided to go back to watching Game of Thrones (I stopped at Season 4 Episode 3) and dragged the girlfriend into the blackhole and now she can’t stop watching. *insert evil laugh here* Continue reading “How to Really Know Someone Vol. 4”

Battle of the Local Liquid Lipsticks: Careline vs. Ever Bilena

I’m seriously not the biggest fan of local brands. But then recently, they are upping their game and releasing more and more promising products that I felt the need to give them another chance. Their foundation, powder, and concealer shade selection could still use a lot of work, but at least their color products are a whole lot better. Continue reading “Battle of the Local Liquid Lipsticks: Careline vs. Ever Bilena”

Sherbet Cleansing with the Banila Co. Clean It Zero

I have tried a few cleansing oils in my time and while I do think that they actually work, I just don’t like the mess that comes along with using them. I remember being super annoyed by the oil dripping down my arm and onto my legs or whatever I’m wearing. Then there’s the oil dripping down my neck and onto my boobs.

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A Beauty Addict’s Biggest Complaint: No Exact Shade Match

Okay, okay—inhale, exhale; breathe in, breathe out.

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Is Palm Dreams A Dream in the Ears?

I’m not the biggest fan of the OPM scene. The tired, unoriginal, repetitive, and jingle-ish tunes of the mainstream Filipino music are just sad and quite frankly, pathetic (cue in Mr. Right). But it sells because the singer/person behind the microphone (I doubt that all of these people can actually hit the right note) is an already-popular celebrity or someone who’s super good-looking (subjective).

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