November 30, 2011

Bits of Brisbane, Breakfast and Blabber

My current favourite breakfast that is… half cooked fried egg with the yolk still runny so I can dip my toast in it. My toasts would already been smeared with Olive Oil spread. My current fav is the Tablelands Olive Oil spread.

Anyway… just sharing what’s been happening…

So the other day…



That frrrruit punch or dessert drink – HOW I MISSED IT! Such a refreshing drink. It is full of fruits ranging from pieces of lychee, little pearls of watermelon, pineapples, melon etc. It is just so good, especially if you have not had one in the longest time.

Now that deep fried tofu dish was a little snack-ish. That’s the small portion, mind you… for $4.50 at Kingsfood, Market Square, Sunnybank. Deep fried tofu? I like. The sauce? Yum!

That soy milk with mung bean drink – I ordered that specially like that. The girl who took my order had to ask me not just once but few more times whether I had tried it before, and whether I had ordered the right thing. Haha! $3.50



And to sum this up…


I almost got into a car crash stopped in the middle of the road while driving the other day when I saw the sky looking like this… heaven on earth… and these sorts of things that makes me feel… alive… makes me feel… nice. I guess clouds… still give me that icing of contentment in this crazy world called life.

Now, now if you happen to be passing or be at Indooroopilly suburb, there is this café called Earth Coffee by the corner of the road right in front of the train station. It is surprisingly nice and reasonable. The refreshing (on a hot summer day) iced coffee and that yummy (one of the yummiest I’ve had) sandwich of toasted turkish bread filled with delicious chicken, fetta, spinach and sundried tomatoes and other goodness cost a total of $11. Not bad, I’d say… a nice afternoon to spend…

Everyday I learn something new… everyday is a new day with obstacles and surprises… I look forward for tomorrow and the next day and the next and the next…

Love y’all


Get Yo Hair Rockin’ with URBAN

It’s summer. I can hear my dog’s panting with his pink tongue out cooling himself. I have trimmed his fluffious fur to a grassious cut. (They are now in my vocabulary, don’t you judge.) I think he can thank me for that. While I, on the other hand, can’t exactly do the same and be as lucky as my baby dog and shave my hair now can I?

I like my hair products, I really do. But being a poorbie student it often means I have to bite my tongue and hold my own hand with the other hand and check things out only not to purchase them because the price are on the royal side. This also goes to other products, yet I try to balance things out… I’d skim on some and go full cream on some.

Out came Urban with their new hair styling products at such an affordable prices.

They say…

Hit the streets with the hottest hair this summer with new Rocker Wax and 24HR Coconut Rush Power Gel from Fudge’s trendsetting sub-brand, URBAN.

No matter how you work your look spike it, slick it, mess it up or control it the unique invisible hold of 24HR Coconut Rush Power Gel leaves hair feeling soft and scented with cocolicious fragrance. No more crunch, just a soft natural finish and feel. Rub through wet or dry hair and texturise to get the edge you want.


I don’t know about you… but coconut scent hair product like TiGi Bed Hair Some Like It Hot Serum makes me smile and think of holidaying in Bali chillaxing by the beach drinking fresh coconut. But at $29.95 it can quite a dent in your wallet if you have to repurchase too often, which thankfully I have not had to since I alternate with other products.

And comes 24HR Coconut Rush Power Gel

What does it cost? $4.99

Cocount Rush Power Gel

First Impression:

Texture is… soft clear gel gelatine

Hold is… I will have to get back to you on this because I have not tried it

Smell is… somewhat coconut-ey but with slight herbal scent to it

Packaging is… easy, no fuss, open cap with easy hole to get product out


Next in the agenda is the Rocker Wax. Whoever named these surely have got Stereophonics in mind… or LMFAO. "…Party rockin’ in da houusseee tonight!!! Eveerrrybody just have a good goood goooddd ttyymeee” (start singing, c’mon, I know you want to)

What’s this cost? $9.99


Packaging is… nice and funky, quite sturdy, although mine does not seem to want to close tightly – I have their other wax in a tin and it closes clicked very nicely and tightly.

Texture is… smooth, bouncy rubbery feeling, slight tinge of purple hue

Hold is… I can’t tell you this at this moment.

Smell is… blueberries and violet, but it is not overpowering in any way unless you clearly put your nose into the tin. It is subtle and gentle scent, almost goes unnoticed.


Available at Woolworths from today 30th November 2011.

Do you use hair styling products? Or is your hair one of the lucky ones that doesn’t need any?

: )



Disclaimer: The above images and products have been sent for review consideration. The above article was written as per disclosure – they are 100% my honest opinion.

November 25, 2011

You Got Tagged 15 Weird Facts

I did this way back in September – although for some reason I thought it would be fun to redo them to see if there’s any change… who knows? The original post is here

Now let’s get on to it~


What's a nickname only your family calls you?
Dan (pronounced Dahn not Dehn) short for Dana … and also Na or Nana (naa-naa) – our “a” is more towards the sound of “uh” instead of “ay” – if you get what I mean.

What's a weird habit of yours?
Writing everything down – just to remind myself but still manage to forget it unless they are thoughts or random ideas or list of things. That’s why despite having a multifunctional blackberry phone I still carry around a diary or a notebook to jot things down with a pen. What I need to buy, need to get, need to write or want… not weird enough?

I crack my left ankle – very often, when I’m bored, just sitting down, anytime, anywhere.

Do you have any weird phobias?
Deep underwater sea creatures, any kind of sharks, any kind of whales, crocodiles, the likes. I can’t even look at statues of them, y’know those you see in museums? Yeah, I’ll duck my head down… *shame*

What's a song you secretly love to blast and belt out when you're alone?
Usually when I’m alone driving in the car and the songs are playing. But there’s no 1 song. There are many, depending on what was in my head at the time or what is playing. It ranges from 80s, 90s and now.

What's one of your biggest pet peeves?
Hahaha, I think I’ve mentioned this before too many times. The spelling error or bad English. Apart from that, opened caps from bottles or toothpastes. Just. Annoys. Me.

And when I run out of my Lifebuoy hand wash and no back up or refill around to be found.

What's one of your nervous habits?
I look away and my fingers would pick at each other and I’d start biting my lips or my fingers (not nails, oh no, but the fingers).

What side of the bed do you sleep on?
My current bed does not allow me to pick sides

What was your first stuffed animal and its name?
A pink piglet with wings called Piggy or Piglet – I still have it, my Dad bought it for me when we were in Sydney when I was 3.

What's the drink you always order at Starbucks?
Soy Mocha, no whipped cream, no sugar.

What's the beauty rule you preach, but never actually practice?
I don’t tend to preach, only when people ask for my opinion. Mostly I preach to wear sunscreen every single day and I do that. Oh I know, I would suggest to not sleep with your contact lenses on but I have been guilty of doing that a few too many times.

Which way do you face in the shower?
I change positions every time I shower. Face the glass door then the glass wall then the shower head/wall then back to face the glass door. I just prefer to see my surrounding clearly when I shower.

Do you have any weird body skills?
I can touch my nose with my toe, I can always crack my left shoulder and left ankle… and standing on my ankle so it looks like I’ve twisted my ankle. Now that I’m thinking about it… I cringe. LOL

What's your favorite comfort food that's 'bad', but you love to eat it anyways?
Indomie Mi Goreng with melted processed cheese … or … Spicy Korean Noodles (Shin Ramyun or any other) with melted processed cheese and Japanese/Korean mayonnaise – now that I think bout it, I haven’t had them in ages!

I also like good ol’ nachos with sour cream and guacamole and cheese – and that 3 layer dip is too addictive for me to stop or ignore.

What's a phrase or exclamation you always say?
”What dehfff..” (short for wtf); “What the hell”; ”Oh my goodness…”; “Oh Gawwddd…”; “Anyway…”; “It’s like…”; “That’s sooo cuuuteeee!”; “Whateverrrr”

Time to sleep - what are you actually wearing?
Nightie, tshirt and shorts or pajamas, whatever’s comfy depending on the weather.


For those who might be interested, this was the photo I showed the hairdresser when I went to get my fringe/bangs done and hair restyled while keeping the length.

Now you’re tagged!


November 24, 2011

I Like Them Both and I Can’t Decide

There must be something in the air when I finally decided to tear open the sample sachets of foaming cleansers the lovely ladies at Jurlique Wintergarden had given me to try out. The main reason they had given me sample sachets first was that I had had a slight reaction previously with their Balancing foaming cleanser. My guess was that either weather conditions and my skin was not co-operating well, hence causing the reaction. However, I still think that it should not have even given me any reaction apart from giving me soft smooth skin. Right? Right? So I had to return the product in reluctance. And instead of jumping into conclusion and purchasing another cleanser, I agreed to try these samples first before buying the full price. Now I’m in dilemma! I think… I like both of them.

Soothing Foaming Cleanser

Soothing Foaming Cleanser

A soothing foaming cleanser for sensitive skin that lifts away surface impurities to leave the complexion feeling fresh and clean. This is meant to provide just enough hydration and to protect the skin from moisture loss, which may happen anytime throughout the year.

AU$45 for 200ml

Main Ingredients:

Macadamia Oil – helps to rebalance dryness and keep the skin feeling comfortable and soothed during cleansing.

Groomwell and Sichuan Peppercorn – traditional Chinese herbs to help soothe and rebalance sensitive skin

First Experience:

  • It leaves my skin feeling comfortable, not tight or dry and definitely not oily.
  • Loves the actual full size bottle of frosted glass and easy to use pump
  • Loves the gentle lavender scent – very soothing indeed – not overpowering and did not give me a headache or make me nauseous
  • A small amount goes a long way with this gently foaming cleanser – it does not foam too much yet enough to glide all over your face
  • Face is left feeling smooth and soft
  • No redness or irritation experienced

Will I purchase the full size? Yes! Although it is a little steep for me right now at $45 I think it is worth it in the long run. Plus this bottle will last you ages.

Now on to the other candidate of what could be my next favourite cleanser…

Replenishing Foaming Cleanser

Replenishing Foaming Cleanser

A replenishing foaming cleanser for dry skin that lifts away surface impurities to leave the complexion feeling fresh and clean. Okay so they have pretty much written the same “claim” … The difference is that this one is meant for dry skin.

AU$45 for 200ml

Main Ingredients:

Marshmallow – intensely hydrates and softens the skin

Violet and Calendula – helps soothe and rebalance any skin sensitivity

Macadamia and Avocado Oil – comforts and protects against moisture loss during the cleansing process

First Experience:

  • The gentle (less of) lavender or is it calendula and marshmallow scent is very lovely
  • The liquid foams up nicely, just sufficient to let it glide all over your face and neck
  • No dryness or moisture loss were experienced, I did not feel it stripping moisture out of my skin
  • No redness
  • No irritation or itchyness
  • For some reason I feel that this also brightens my complexion ever so slightly

Will I repurchase the full size bottle? Hell yeah, I will! I think this might win… “might”… only because it also have marshmallow and avocado oil and calendula… and that it also seems to brighten my complexion after I wash my face. I like that. This one feels creamy, sort of like mushy marshmallow.

One is for sensitive skin. One is for dry skin. Which will I pick?

Fyi, my skin is not even on the driest kind but it seems to react better with the dry/sensitive type cleansers better. My suspicion is that my skin prefers the gentler cleanser rather than the “oil sucking/squeaky clean” types.

Have you tried Jurlique?

Have you tried their cleansers? Which do you use, if you do?

This review is not sponsored.
Images provided by PR.

For more information you can contact


November 23, 2011

Review: DMK ALPHA Acu Masque

A long long time ago, this girl from was given a gift bag filled with plentiful of beauty products for her to play with. One was an intriguing face masque by the name DMK. However, the season and condition of her skin were not supportive at that particular time. Move forward to many moons later, here she is trying out the product since summer is just around the corner. With summer comes oily and blemishes, and with this masque as the weapon of choice – she moves forward to the next level of skincare…

DMK – or also known as Danné Montague-King (pronounced d-nay mont-a-gu king – source)




to exfoliate dead skin cells and tones oily or blemish prone skin


After cleansing skin, apply a generous coat of Acu Masque to entire area being treated. Allow to dry for twenty minutes, then rinse thoroughly.


Water (Aqua), Sulfur, Kaolin, Bentonite, Propylene Glycol, Magnesium Aluminium Silicate, Glycerin, Zinc Oxide, Polysorbate-20, Titanium Dioxide, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben

Let’s break it down…

Water (Aqua) – self explanatory, while it is not your normal tap water this is DI or de-ionised. That means that it has been purified by removing all the ions. This is used to prevent contamination.

Sulfur – used for acne medication because it kills bacteria

Kaolin – also known as china clay, this absorbs oil – serious suction

Bentonite – just like the above clay, this natural mineral aids in oil absorption

Propylene Glycol – is a humectant meaning that it aids in preventing the product to either melt in high temperature or freeze in low temperature. It also assists in the absorption of active ingredients into our skins.

Magnesium Aluminium Silicate – a mineral, clay-like material. It is mainly used for its anti-caking property. Also for its absorbing property.

Glycerin – multifunctional mainly for its moisturising properties. It is an agent for water. Since it is also non-irritating and soothing it is also suitable to use for all skin types even the sensitives.

Zinc Oxide – also known as Chinese white. It’s a mineral powder that is commonly used as a physical blocker to the sun UV rays. It is very easily recognised by its white pastey cast on the skin. However, with the new technology they manage to reduce the size of the particles to make it a clear product. It aids in protecting the skin from dehydration, and rashes from environment causes such as the wind.

Polysorbate-20 – this is an agent that mix oil and water.

Titanium Dioxide – used as coloring agent to make things white. It helps to maintain the stability of the product because TiO2 can resist damage from light, oxidation or pH (source). It is also very, if not the most, abundant element, hence its uses in cleansers.

Diazolidinyl Urea – antimicrobial preservative. Warning: some people may be allergic which can cause dermatitis.

Methylparaben – anti-fungal, fungicide, and often used as preservative. It is produced naturally and found in some fruits, especially blueberries.

Propylparaben – preservative occurs from insects and plants, similar properties as the previous paraben mentioned.



  • You can feel the minty scent – I mean, smell the minty feel – whichever way that is… right on application
  • Within 5 minutes I can feel the mask sucking the air out of my pores and tightening them like squeezing air out of dough – if that makes sense
  • Tingly sensation is experienced during the process of battling congestion and the matter of pores – but nothing major or burning feel
  • During removal, best to use a warm damp face cloth, place it over your face to soften the mask and wipe off gently. You will automatically feel the exfoliating and deep cleansing feeling.

I think this would be best as spot treatment or a “once-in-a-while” sort of treatment. Just because for my skin type (being normal/sensitive and slightly oily in some areas, drier in other patches), I find that if I use this too often it will strip too much moisture out of my skin. Also I prefer to alternate “hydrating” and “deep cleansing” masks instead of using the same one every week. I lean towards the sensitive and soothing products.

I could also perhaps, in my humblest opinion, suggest that this would strictly suit the oilier skin type. The dry can steer away and look for other kind of mask that is not too “vacuum cleaner”.

Do I find it amazing and incredible? Not really, maybe because I am currently not experiencing too much of a breakouts or oiliness.

Did I feel any burning? No.

Did I sense any inflammation or redness or irritation afterwards? No.

Any peeling? No.

Will I repurchase? Not at this moment, though I might reconsider in the future.

Price: $70.50 for 60ml (2 fl oz.) – source (beautydirectory)

For more information, please visit

Have you tried any DMK product?


Disclaimer: This product was provided for review consideration – during Brisbane Beauty Bloggers Event early this year. All opinions are my own. It is being reviewed because I say it’s worth it.

A-Z You Got Tagged!

So I thought it would be fun to do a tag – when I spotted it from Jennifer at Rainy Days and Lattes blog. What else to do but have fun with it, yeah? Here’s my take…

A. Age: 23

B. Bed size: I miss my queen size bed… on a single at the moment

C. Chore that you hate: All cleaning and sorting out clothes except washing dishes or laundry 

D. Dogs: 1 German Spitz called Rama (in Oz) – 1 Indonesian crossbreed called Aro (in Indonesia)

E. Essential start to your day: breakfast

F. Favorite color: I like a lot of colours… white, brown (camel beige), orange (peach, apricot), red, yellow (mustard yellow), purple (eggplant, lilac), teal, green (green rose) etc

G. Gold or Silver: Rose Gold or Titanium

H. Height: around 5’5”

I. Instruments you play: strings (incl: piano, viola, cello, violin, guitar) and would love to learn how to play the soprano saxophone and improve on guzheng

J. Job title: student 

K. Kids: none

L. Live: in a country called Australia or Oz

M. Mother’s name: Hilda but of course I call her “Mum”

N. Nicknames: Dana … Cenda …

O. Overnight hospital stays: uhm … none so far

P. Pet peeves: spelling errors on billboards or menus. eg: “Dranks” on a huge menu on the wall that everyone can see but it’s been years and they have not changed the sign.

Q. Quote from a movie: … wow I can’t think of any right now apart from… “a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet” … uhm yeah, that’s Romeo and Juliet right there

R. Right or left handed: Right

S. Stores you love: bookstore? makeup store? fashion store? anywhere, really…

T. Time you wake up: depends… but recently trying to wake up as early as 6-7am… I did say “try”

U. Underwear: yeah… any that compliment my body

V. Vegetable you hate: I don’t hate that many vegetables but I prefer not to eat… 1/ Lotus – it feels and tastes funny, like Styrofoam or something not that I’ve tasted Styrofoam before. 2/ Raw Onion/Garlic – just because of what my mouth would smell afterwards

W. What makes you run late: putting the outfit together

X. X-Rays you’ve had: dental

Y. Yummy food that you make: spring rolls, dumplings, japanese, indonesian food, butter chicken, curry, pasta, etc whatever I feel like

Z. Zoo animal: tigers, giraffes, deers, elephant



Now you’re TAGGED!


November 14, 2011

Weekend in Photos: 12/13th of 11th of 11

Saturday afternoon I went and checked out a new Japanese Noodles Restaurant called Mappen. It was located just next to Formosa (Asian supermarket) at the Sunnybank Plaza. It was a small restaurant with street food concept in mind. And I didn’t mind it. You order a dish, then you can add your own tempura (at varying costs from 80cents to $1 etc) and pay for it at the end of the line (the cashier).


My pick was “beef udon” and for $6.60 regular bowl size – I was satisfied. I also picked up a big slice of freshly fried sweet potato tempura, it was 80 cents. My mum and my sister tried out the other tempura.



Sunday… was a very sunny day… and I might introduce you to my muses… my models (HAH!)


and I…


Shorts – Forever New;
White Plain Tank Top – SES;
White Blouse – Supre;
Scarf – Sportsgirl;
Sunglasses – Charles & Keith

I love this pair of shorts, if you haven’t noticed, I’ve mentioned them in my previous post HERE

I’m eyeing these kinds and scallop shorts – need. them. badly…

Have a great week, everyone!


November 11, 2011

200 Followers Giveaway **CLOSED**

It has come to my attention not long ago that I reached 200 followers – and as a token of my appreciation and thank you, I would like to give one lucky reader this pack of my personal favourites…

While skincare products such as cleansers and moisturisers may change, these have not changed in my skincare routine for the past year apart from alternating them to other kinds of masks. For those who have suggested what I use in my skincare as part of the giveaway – thank you! You gave me the idea and that’s why here I am giving away these goodies. (Shout out to: Deanna from Deanna Marie Artistry and Miss Dee’s Blog ) Also to those who mentioned “snacks”. Putting the two together… I’ve come to present to you… a little something …


These are face sheet masks by My Scheming – a Taiwanese brand.

I’ve done some reviews on them … Grape Seed Extract & Caviar Extract

And to be honest … the result might vary slightly depending on your skin type, however I find that these face sheet masks don’t feel too sticky or tacky and actually has plenty of serum to entirely cover your face and neck and even décolletage. You’d be left refreshed and brightened – at least I think so!

I like to leave them for around 30 minutes to 1 hour – to let all the goodness soak in. But if you’re a little worried, 15-20 minutes would do the trick. I like them as a “pick-me-up” as well.


If you’re wondering why Pepero? Or Pocky as some of you might know it by… Well if you didn’t know, today is Pepero Day or Pocky Day – so put two together and I hope you would be able to enjoy those yummy scrummylicious snacks without feeling guilty! ^___^

Now how to win?

1) Follow me through GFC and let me know your name (1 entry)

2) Follow me on Twitter and Retweet this giveaway (+1 entry)

3) Like my Facebook page and comment what’s your HG skincare product/s (+1 entry)

Also don’t forget to include your email address.


1) Followed you! My name is blushfully

2) My twitter is @blushfully – RT done!

3) My facebook name is blushfully and my HG skincare products are Mario Badescu Enzyme Cleansing Gel and My Scheming masks

My email: dearblushfully[at]

Not too difficult, ya?

Winners will be generated randomly.
Once announced I will contact you via email.
Prize will be posted within 2 working days.
Open internationally.

Giveaway will close on 2.12.11 at Midnight (GMT+10 Brisbane)
that’s exactly 3 weeks from now !!!




Spreading the season of giving…


Happy Peppero Day!

It’s Peppero Day today – 11 November. Why is it 11/11? ‘Cause the 4 1’s resembles 4 peppero sticks… why? well, they said so! Hah! Or… so that we all could grow tall and lean like the peppero sticks? Who knows…

They are yummy, they’re chocolatey, they’re crunchy. Yummy yummy yummy in my tummy!
I’ve had them since I was a kid and everytime I snack on one… or two… or three… oh shush, I’d have the whole box… I’m in happy place. Or close…

So just to share the love… I give you this video by Simon and Martina aka Eat Your Kimchi channel. They’re the cutest couple, seriously.

Happy Peppero Day!


November 5, 2011 Launch Event at Mei+Picchi

Last Thursday, 3 November 2011, I attended a lingerie showcase event held at a showroom in Newstead, Mei+Picchi. Little did I know that Mei+Picchi actually began in the 1930s! This was the launch of the online intimate apparel boutique Assiere carries quite a number of brands but one of my favourite designs came from a designer called Marika Vera with its soft and sensual fabric.

Without further adue, I’d share with you what went on that night…

Assiere Lingerie

And let the show begin!

(Warning: Photos Heavy)

November 1, 2011

Weekend in Photos: It’s Halloween

I’m sure you are aware that the weekend that just passed coincided with Halloween. Well it’s meant to be the 31st October but the parties and the Halloween-y feel had been going on maybe for about a week already starting with the zombie walk about a week ago!

So with the Halloween in the air, I thought I would do something… different. Have I ever really dressed up for Halloween? My first ever Halloween dress-up was last year and this year I really did not get to buy a new costume or outfit but I did have an idea… and while browsing through a random shop another idea popped into my head. 1 idea + 1 idea = good idea ;p

Before I continue on the idea… I’m just going to quickly mention how I went to MAC to do my 2nd Back 2 MAC #excited !! I’m glad Morange is in the range Amplified… Amplified is my favourite texture from MAC.


Back to Halloween … I found these at the shop and was unsure about the black wings because my initial idea never involved it. However now I’m kicking myself for not getting that black wings. It was sold out by the next day when I wanted to get it!


My idea involved “masquerade”, “lace”, “drawn on mask”, “Victorian”, “Avant garde”, you get the idea?

And with the spirit of Halloween and giving myself a challenge… so on Friday night I thought… why not play around with my makeup (oh, yes, you know how we roll… we just play with our makeup) and came up with…



Although when Saturday night hit… and it was time for me to get ready for the Halloween party that night I did not feel like having a full mask like I had the night before (as seen in previous photos)… but I still stuck to my initial idea of prints and artsyfied face. An angel might as well be in disguise… and went with…


What I used (I had a serious moment of just playing around with this and that and this and that!) – I was just enjoying it so much… hahaha.

If you’re wondering, no that’s not my bra strap… it’s the wings strap (remember I missed out on the black wings? I had to get the white wings instead). My idea? Fallen angel… or Dark angel


MAC Face & Body Foundation – C2 (My current HG foundation)
MAC MoistureCover Concealer – NW20 (Undereye and anywhere a bit dark)
Illamasqua Concealer – CC200 (any blemishes or redness)
Illamasqua Powder Foundation – PF200 (to set – since I needed my face to be more “made up” that night)
ELF Healthy Glow Bronzing Powder – Matte Bronze (to contour)


MAC Morange (Amplified)
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil – 601 Black Bean (on the outer corners to give it a more “dark” look/feel)


Inglot eyeshadow – AMC 65 (the shimmer black to draw the patterns)
Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner – Black Ink
Pure Luxe pigments – to go over the patterns (just any metallic green, blue, red, etc)
Illamasqua False Lashes – Grandeur from Theatre of Nameless collection* (1 eye)
ES Lashes – A500* (1 eye)
Inglot eyeshadow – 348 (eyebrows)

For any that I might have missed or for any queries, feel free to ask me either by commenting below or drop me an email.

Hope you had an interesting weekend and have a good week ahead!


Eat well, Pray well, Live well


All products were purchased by me, unless marked with * by which were given for review consideration. As per disclosure, I give my 100% honest opinion.