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”
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.
Okay, okay—inhale, exhale; breathe in, breathe out.
Day 2/30 → Since June is the Pride Month, I somehow feel inclined to talk about the issues about and around the LGBT community — especially now that one of our local (sort of international) celebrities came out as a transgendered man (familiar with Charice, anyone?) and is being criticized and made fun of for it. Continue reading “Hey Philippines, Feminine Lesbians Do Exist”
Day 1/30 → It was in elementary school when I first started writing. It was those years when I began keeping a diary — a place where I can be free to share what we then referred to as those “deep, dark secrets”. I was free to wish, free to think, free to feel. Continue reading “30 Days of Writing — An Introduction”