REVIEW: Clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen in Black & Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara in Jumbo Jet

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Hey everyone!

Despite being one of the oldest and most trusted brands within the cosmetic industry, Clinique has never rested on their laurels. They just keep getting better and better with new products regularly being developed to cater to the needs of every individual (including men), as well as to address specific aspects of skin care. Therefore, after launching a range of improved face, cheek and lip products that were such a hit with the market, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out what is next on their docket. Yup, that’s right! Clinique has recently brought forth a series of eye products consisting of a mascara, eyeliner and an eye serum (which will be covered in the next post).

Clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen (S$34)

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara (S$30)

I’m really excited about this new lineup! Eye makeup is something that resonates with me for it was what evolved me into a more confident person. Growing up, I was always dissatisfied with my small, uneven Asian eyes and I hated how they would narrow into a slit whenever I smile. Likewise, my self-esteem was further battered by the taunts from my peers (although I knew they were just joshing around) because of my appearance. Therefore when I discovered the wonders of makeup in my late teens, I invested quite a lot in eye makeup products to enhance the shape of my eyes and I guess that’s what got me started on them!

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Get the drama of liquid eyeliner without the drama of putting it on. Introducing NEW Clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen, an error-proof pen that creates a clean line in one steady and simple sweep. This liquid liner is a tapered, precision brush that easily paints on pure, deep colour in a continuous, even and defined line. Use the tip to create an ultra-thin line or hold the brush flat for a bolder thicker line. NEW Clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen promises 12-hour smudge-resistant and transfer proof wear that can be used effortlessly in three different ways to create a bold and dramatic look.

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen (S$34)

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen (S$34)

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

The pen glided on very smoothly on my tiny lids and was very comfortable to apply. With the very consistent and pigmented output, achieving the perfect cat eye is easier than you can imagine. The colour dispensed is matte and opaque and the tip is supple and soft, making it pretty easy to create a precised lining along my waterline. It didn’t poke nor tug my lids and I didn’t have to press it down too much to get the product out. It dried almost instantly after application (give it 8-10 seconds), perfect for days when I’m in a hurry.

Considering the warm and humid weather in Singapore (plus my tears of joy in between from laughing too hard while watching some comedy clips), I was astonished that it never smudged one bit even after 12 hours of wear. Therefore, do expect some difficulty in removal.

Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Lusciously plumped, full-bodied and thick lashes are just a wink away. Introducing NEW Clinique’s Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara that creates bold, volumized and luscious lashes with just a few strokes of an over-sized brushed. To create fine and faint lashes into bodacious and bold lashes, our volumizing brush fattens up lashes without weighing them down.

The Chubby Stick family just got bigger with the newest addition of NEW Clinique’s Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara. Add a hint of colour to maximize your sultry lash look with NEW Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara in Jumbo Jet (Black). These sexy and fun blackened pop colours create the perfectly styled lashes to complete your look in a buildable formula.

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara (S$30)

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara (S$30)

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara - no falsies!

Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara – no falsies!

I don’t have the habit of putting on false eyelashes at all so when it comes to purchasing mascaras, the essential qualities I usually look out for are lash-lengthening and volumising. Not surprisingly, this mascara fulfilled all my requirements because my lashes really looked longer, more intense and visible. The product applied evenly on my lashes and had even attempted to separate them without leaving any clumps. The formula is amazing – it doesn’t overload upon application and it also allowed a buildable volume from the root of the lashes after each stroke. It took me just 4 full strokes to achieve my look. On top of that, the brush of the mascara managed to catch all the lashes from the inner to the outer corners of the eyes, giving my lashes the extra lift to stay in position.

Having said that, I’m not really fond of the oversized wand (ironically, the unique selling point of this mascara) because I find it a little too big for my short and sparse eyelashes. It was a challenge for me to manoeuvre the wand without inadvertently hitting my lids (which happened way too many times). I guess if you have a wider pair of eyes, the size of the wand shouldn’t pose a problem for you.

But ultimately, I have to say that the pros definitely outweigh the cons for this. It doesn’t leave any (zero, I swear!) small grains under my eyes after application! Okay scratch that. Not a single speck of fall out at all even after 12 hours! I was absolutely impressed by this because fibre fallout is a very common problem I encounter with mascaras in general. It is also not waterproof hence removal was a breeze as well.

So should you get it? Hell yes!

Comparison with other mascaras I have

Comparison with other mascaras I have, applied in left-right motion

Check out the intensity and the smooth appearance of the Clinique mascara! The wand that has a cluster of fine bristles that grip on to each lash, giving you a beautiful fringe of well-defined lashes. It also didn’t feel as sticky and heavy as my Urban Decay mascara (which could be due to it being waterproof).

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen and Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen and Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara

Finished look

Finished look

Both products are ophthalmologist tested and safe for sensitive eyes and contact wearers. They are absolutely, 100% fragrance-free.

What do you think? Would you consider buying any of these products? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! 🙂

Thanks for reading and do check back for another Clinique review 🙂

tHE clinique Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen (S$34) and Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara (S$30) are now available at Clinique island-wide.

REVIEW: MAC Veluxe À Trois Lipsticks – Royally Riotous, Heaux & Quelle Surprise

Hey everyone!

Much as I would call myself a lipstick junkie, my obsession with lipsticks – or MAC ones, for the matter of fact – only started less than 3 years ago. As a result, I missed out on a lot of limited-edition shades launched donkey’s years back which are no longer available in the market (or even if they are, prices would be marked up way too high). But fortunately for people like myself who are late to the party, the human eye is restricted to the visible spectrum of colours. Hence, with only a limited range of colours to work with, cosmetics companies are bound to have repeated shades for their lipsticks and this is especially so for MAC which launches new products very frequently.

So quite inevitably, a new collection by MAC would often include lipstick shades which are either a repromote of previously released ones or similar.

MAC Veluxe à Trois

MAC Veluxe à Trois

Just like in the case of the recent Veluxe à Trois collection, 2 out of 6 of the lipstick shades are actually repromotes (though granted, it’s more of an eye shadow collection with a corresponding lipstick lineup) and the rest are probably something you’ve seen before.

But you know what? I ain’t complaining because I can finally lay my hands on Heaux – a shade which I’ve been searching high and low for since missing out on RiRi Hearts MAC in 2013. *throws confetti*

Veluxe à Trois lipsticks and a free sample

Veluxe à Trois lipsticks and a free sample

3 out of the 6 Veluxe à Trois lipsticks - (from left) Heaux, Royally Riotous and Quelle Surprise

3 out of the 6 Veluxe à Trois lipsticks – (from left) Heaux, Royally Riotous and Quelle Surprise

Veluxe à Trois lipstick swatches

Veluxe à Trois lipstick swatches (layered 2-3 times)

Veluxe à Trois is a collection of 6 eye shadow trio (Gingerluxe (online exclusive), Fabulous Three, Collective Chic, Claretluxe, Lapisluxe & Cool Companions), 6 lipsticks (Pillow Talk, How Tropical, Flowerscope, Heaux (online exclusive), Royally Riotous (online-exclusive) & Quelle Surprise), 6 cremesheen glass (You’ve Got It, Softly Lit, Loud & Lovely, Richly Revered & Dark Outsider), 2 two-in-one mascaras (Haute & Naughty Too Black Lash & Haute & Naughty Waterproof Lash) and a 247 Flat Shader Brush.

As always, I wasn’t interested in anything but the lipsticks 😉

#1 Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous is a malty warm brown with Amplified Creme finish (US$17)

Royally Riotous is a malty warm brown with Amplified Creme finish (US$17)

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

Royally Riotous

A lovely nude that blends very nicely with my natural lip colour, Royally Riotous is a shade to die for that glides effortlessly on the lips! It’s semi-opaque with a slight sheen and it’s also very flattering because it does not emphasise the flaws of your lips. Moreover, it feels lightweight and comfortable, leaving the lips looking smooth and hydrated which reminds me why Amplified Creme has always been one of my favourite finishes. Although this shade is not available in stores at the moment (because it’s online exclusive), I’m sure this would make a comeback alongside future releases. Mark my words!

Royally Riotous swatch comparison

Royally Riotous swatch comparison

#2 Heaux

Heaux is a berry with Amplified Creme finish (US$17)

Heaux is a berry with Amplified Creme finish (US$17)

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Heaux

Got Heaux from the RiRi Hearts MAC collection already? Lucky you!

Formerly a bold and velvety Retro Matte, it is now a creamy and a more luxurious finish with an emollient texture while still maintaining the rich and striking berry colour. Although I’m elated about the revival of Heaux (pronounced as “hoo” by the way), I can’t help but feel dismayed by the change of finish for this latest version because it now looks comparable to the lustrous berry shades I already have. I guess the adjustment was made in response to public complaints about the Retro Matte finish being too flat and extremely drying, causing it to tug too much on the lips. Still, I’d very much prefer it to be in Retro Matte finish because that’s what I feel made Heaux stand out.

Ahhh… trades with RiRi Heaux, anybody? Haha!

Heaux swatch comparison

Heaux swatch comparison

I take comfort in knowing that I don’t have an exact replica of Heaux (or maybe I do, just that I couldn’t find it among the sea of lipsticks in my stash at that point in time).

And in case you spotted the discrepancy between the stated finish and what is printed on the sticker at the bottom of the both lipsticks (e.g. Amplified Finish v.s. Amplified), it’s due to a printing error which, from what I understand, would only affect the first batch of lipsticks.

#3 Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise is a deep purple berry with a Cremesheen finish (US$17)

Quelle Surprise is a deep purple berry with a Cremesheen finish (US$17)

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

Quelle Surprise

The consistency of this shade caught me by surprise (no pun intended). It applied smoothly and evenly (I must have confused it with Lustres! Argh, sickening Lustres) and it highlights the lips with its sheer and glossy texture. Even though it is not very pigmented in one single swipe (as expected of Cremesheen finish), the colour is pretty much buildable with relatively good staying power (that is, if you don’t eat or drink anything). I honestly didn’t think that I would like it as I do now so yeah, what a surprise, indeed!

Quelle Surprise swatch comparison

Quelle Surprise (single swipe) swatch comparison

If you haven’t realised, the price of each lipstick has gone up to US$17 from US$16. Oh dear, the price seems to be creeping up gently. At this rate, MAC is not going to be pocket-friendly anymore! Hopefully the price isn’t going to be permanent for non-collaborative lipsticks 😦 *fingers crossed*

What do you think of this collection? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more beauty updates! 🙂

Veluxe à Trois is now available on MACCOSMETICS.COM and in NGEE ANN CITY MAC OUTLET.

Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Sultan Gate

MEDIA INVITE

Hello everyone!

While crossing the border to Malaysia to stock up on household items and other goods is not uncommon among Singapore residents, there are also a handful of us who would occasionally travel to Johor Bahru and other Malaysian states in search of good food. But much as I love Malaysian delicacies, not knowing how to drive has put me at a disadvantage since I won’t be able to make a short trip out of the country as and when I wish. Furthermore, with the recent implementation of the RM20 levy for Singapore-registered vehicles entering Malaysia (and a possible fare increase for express buses), it is going to be slightly pricier to go there in the long run. Well, after Malaysia Ringgit starts picking up against the Singapore Dollar, that is 🙂

But wouldn’t it be less time-consuming (think perennial jams on the causeway) and out-of-the-way if we have the best offerings from Malaysia readily available in Singapore? If you’re nodding your head yes, you may be interested to know that there is indeed a one-stop central marketplace here for people who love everything Malaysian!

Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore

Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore

What's available at Agrobazaar

What’s available at Agrobazaar

Located at Sultan Gate within Kampong Glam, Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore is a Malaysian-funded initiative which operates as a café, specialty grocery store and restaurant. Spanning over 5000sqf across 2 storeys, the outlet in Singapore is Agrobazaar’s first branch overseas and was officially opened by our Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak on 27 August 2014 to reflect the bilateral ties between both countries.

PM Lee and Najib Razak at Agrobazaar on day of opening

PM Lee and Najib Razak at Agrobazaar on day of opening

Stepping into KopieSatu Café on the ground floor, I was greeted with tables and chairs that can perhaps accommodate up to 16 people lined up on both sides of the room. It is a small and cozy area where you can chill out and have a cup of gourmet coffee as you wait for your companions to complete their grocery shopping at the store just right next to it. Their fragrant and inviting aroma of the coffee is evident that it is home-grown and home-roasted to mirror the style of artisanal brews.

KopieSatu Café (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

KopieSatu Café (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

My welcome drink

My welcome drink, a cup of Dragonfruit juice – it had a subtle sweetness to it but it was strangely refreshing as well!

Latte art by one of the baristas at KopieSatu Café

Latte art by one of the baristas at KopieSatu Café

(ruined) Latte art by one of the baristas at KopieSatu Café

(ruined) Latte art by one of the baristas at KopieSatu Café

Much better!

Much better!

At the same time, you can also savour some mouth-watering desserts and pastries such as Chendol and Rainbow Durian Cake while you keep entertained with complimentary Wi-Fi on your phone or laptop. With such up-to-date amenities and a menu that caters to the masses, it’s no wonder the in-house café is deemed to be a favourite place to hold meetings, appointments or discussions by many.

Rainbow Durian Cake (S$8.50 per slice)

Rainbow Durian Cake (S$8.50 per slice)

Infused with layers of creamy durian puree in between, the rainbow-coloured sponge cake combines two of the most beloved offerings from the cake world. The portion was astonishing big! However I was quite disappointed with the taste of the durian puree because it tasted somewhat artificial, like those preserved durian wrapped into a tube sold in Thailand. I also felt it could do away with the abundance of tasteless yet sinful green whipped cream atop it. Gorgeous presentation but I wouldn’t say the same for the taste, sadly. Perhaps it would be a lot better if it was cold.

Enjoy 20% off when you order a slice of cake with any drinks from KopieSatu!

Offer is valid from 1 August 2015 to 31 December 2015.

Sharing the space with the café is the grocery store which boasts an array of Malaysian grown fruits such as duku, cempedak durian and Musang King durian (Mao Shan Wang), as well as a wide variety of other Malaysian produced goods that were previously only sold in their home country.

Durians are stored in a cold room so that they can be kept for up to 10 days compared to six days on average at room temperature. There are more than 8 types of durian to choose from!

Durians are stored in a cold room so that they can be kept for up to 10 days compared to six days on average at room temperature. There are 8 types of durian to choose from!

You can enjoy the durians in the room itself or at the comfort of your home. Don’t worry about getting your hands dirty as Agrobazaar Malaysia is equipped with toilets on both levels.

Durians galore!

Durians galore!

But those "branded" durians are guaranteed to come with rich, creamy flesh (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

“Branded” durians are guaranteed to come with rich, creamy flesh (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

Honeydew

Honeydew

Acacia Honey

Acacia Honey

Keropok/Amplang (Sabah Spanish Mackerel Crackers) Had this in my press kit and I got so hooked on it I had to drink at least 2 cups of water to rid the addiction!

Keropok/Amplang (Sabah Spanish Mackerel Crackers) Comes in a huge packet. Had this in my press kit and I got so hooked on it I had to drink at least 2 cups of water to rid the addiction!

Malaysian produced goods

Cup noodles

Malaysian produced goods

Food mix

Malaysian produced goods

Spread and chips

Moving up to the next level via the flight of stairs between the two points of entry (one leading to the grocery store while the other to the café), you will find The Verandah – the restaurant which includes both indoor and alfresco dining options. Spearheaded by an experience chef Razif, it serves authentic popular Malaysian food like Penang Asam Laksa, Mee Bandung Muar and Ayam Percik Terengganu. The menu is also revamped every now and then with new dishes being introduced to whet your appetite.

Besides priding itself as the preferred location among newlyweds to hold their weddings, the outdoor dining area at The Verandah is also an ideal venue for gatherings, functions and other events due to its spacious layout.

The Verandah (alfresco dining area) in the day

The Verandah (alfresco dining area) in the day (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

At night

At night

As always, exciting programmes were lined up for the bloggers in attendance at the media event jointly organised by The Influencer Network. Here’s what went down that evening 🙂

Activity 1: Fruit carving

Activity 1: Fruit carving. We started off not knowing what to do despite being taught (albeit very briefly) on how to carve the fruits by the expert. We ended up relying on Google and YouTube videos for ideas and inspirations

Our creation made up of several elements - a swan, an animal-shaped truck containing diced fruits and an LKY-inspired ribbon in the middle

Our creation made up of several elements – a swan, an animal-shaped truck containing diced fruits and an LKY-inspired ribbon in the middle. We made it to the top 2!

My team! I felt bad for not contributing much because I sliced my finger while cutting up the fruits. Bizarrely, I somehow had a premonition of this accident before I cut myself (or maybe I'm just really accident-prone). It was deep enough to bleed significantly (sorry Agrobazaar for soiling your sink) so I was kinda handicapped for the rest of the day. 

My team! I felt bad for not contributing much because I sliced my finger while cutting up the fruits. Bizarrely, I somehow had a premonition of this accident before I cut myself (or maybe I’m just really accident-prone). It was deep enough to bleed significantly (sorry Agrobazaar for soiling your sink) so I was kinda handicapped for the rest of the day.

What another top team did. Looks like Elmo, no? :)

What another top team did. Looks like Elmo, no? 🙂

And victory was upon us! We literally had to shed sweat, blood and tears to win this challenge haha.

And victory was upon us! We literally had to shed sweat, blood and tears to win this challenge haha.

Following that, a Teh Tarik expert from KopieSatu did a Teh Tarik (tea pulling) demonstration!

Following that, a Teh Tarik expert from KopieSatu did a Teh Tarik (tea pulling) demonstration!

Thereafter, some of our Teh Tarik skills were put to the test! Here's my team member Zulfadli putting up a brilliant performance!

Thereafter, some of our Teh Tarik skills were put to the test! Here’s my team member Zulfadli putting up a brilliant performance!

And I was put to embarrassment by my boyfriend who pushed me to the front when the host called out for more volunteers -_- (by the way I was wearing slippers because I got one of my toenails removed after hitting it against the door. Yeah, that's how accident-prone I am!)

And I was put to embarrassment by my boyfriend who pushed me to the front when the host called out for more volunteers -_- (by the way I was wearing slippers because I got one of my toenails removed after hitting it against the door. Yeah, that’s how accident-prone I am!)

William's turn!

William’s turn! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

Guess who did the best Teh Tarik demonstration and walked away with dining vouchers? *raises hand* I probably won because I was the only female participant (though I honestly felt Zulfadli was so much better!) and also due to the additional sympathy points that were secretly awarded to me for having to work with my injured fingers.

Shortly after that, we were treated to some of the restaurant’s signature dishes.

What's offered at The Verandah

What’s offered at The Verandah *drools*

Homemade Chicken Satay (S$7.90)

Homemade Chicken Satay (S$7.90)

The chicken chunks were tender, well-marinated with spices and grilled to perfection. I managed to grab a few sticks of it the moment they were dished out from the kitchen. Hot and delightful, the taste married well with the moderately thick coconut-infused peanut dipping sauce that kinda led to an explosion of flavours (sweet, salty, sour and a little bit spicy) in my mouth.

Paos. Not sure what the fillings were because I didn't get to try them.

Paos. Not sure what the fillings were because I didn’t get to try them.

Crispy Banana Fritters (S$4.90 for 7 pieces)

Crispy Banana Fritters (S$4.90 for 7 pieces)

Tauhu Bakar (S$4.90)

Tauhu Bakar (S$4.90)

Mee Bandung Muar (S$8.90)

Mee Bandung Muar (S$8.90)

Yellow noodles for Mee Bandung Muar

Yellow noodles for Mee Bandung Muar

Mee Bandung Muar

Mee Bandung Muar (buffet, do-it-yourself portion)

A popular Malaysian noodle dish, the Mee Bandung Muar reminded me greatly of the Singaporean Mee Rebus with its distinctive thick gravy of mashed potatoes, chicken stock, tamarind, blended chilli and curry powder. The only difference was that Mee Bandung tasted a teeny weeny bit more sour. But on the overall. it was more on the sweet side with very some spiciness to it. If you love Mee Rebus, you’ll definitely love this too!

Penang Asam Laksa (S$8.90)

Penang Asam Laksa (S$8.90)

Thick rice vermicelli for Penang Asam Laksa

Thick rice vermicelli for Penang Asam Laksa

Voted seventh out of 50 most delicious food in the world by CNN, this is a specially-concocted dish unique to Penang. The unmistakable acidic aroma of the asam laksa stung my nose a little as I took a whiff of it. I then took several sips of the gravy and before I knew it, my nose became runny. Spicy! However, as much as everyone else loved the dish, I didn’t because I haven’t really taken a liking to the sourness of asam. But I’m sure it will grow on me like how Tom Yum did after I was forced to drink bowls after bowls of Tom Yum soup during my Bangkok trip a few years back!

Condiments for your Mee Bandung Muar and Penang Asam Laksa

Condiments for your Mee Bandung Muar and Penang Asam Laksa

Chendol (S$4)

Chendol (S$4 / S$4.50 with cut fruits / S$5 with durian)

A traditional dessert made with shaved ice, coconut milk, green starched noodles with pandan flavouring and palm sugar (gula melaka), the chendol makes an indulgently sweet and decadent ending to your meal. As my food tasting session was buffet-style, the ingredients of the chendol were provided separately so I had the liberty to put whatever amount of coconut milk and gula melaka I wanted. Therefore it wouldn’t be fair to review on this. But c’mon, how often do you go wrong with chendol, right?

Rainbow Kueh Lapis

Rainbow Kueh Lapis

Still have space for more pastries? How about some Rainbow Kueh Lapis? These chocolaty layered cakes are soft and moist with a sticky texture, they melt in your mouth! They were not too sweet and surprisingly addictive as well –  a good addition to your buffet table if you’re intending to hold an event at The Verandah!

Other food and beverages not featured in this post are the Crispy Cempasak Fritters (S$6.90 for 7 pieces), Ice Blended Caramel (S$7) and Teh Tarik (S$2 for hot / S$2.50 for cold)

Hmmm… are you already enticed by all the food choices above but have no money to spare for them? (I know, I know, some things in life are just slightly more important than food and you’d rather splurge your moolahs on them.. like, makeup HAHA!) Great news!

You could stand a chance to win S$100 worth of dining vouchers if you take part in the Agrobazaar’s Instagram contest! Here’s how:

There will be 2 winners for this contest so don't let this opportunity pass you by!

There will be 2 winners for this contest so don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

And that’s about it! 🙂 Let me know your thoughts and recommendations if you’ve dined at Agrobazaar Malaysia (both Malaysia and Singapore outlets) before! I would really love to hear from you before I dine there with the vouchers I had won. *beams*

Signing off with a group picture taken by The Influencer Network! Thanks for the lovely invite once again :)

Signing off with a group picture taken by The Influencer Network! Thanks for the lovely invite once again 🙂

Thanks for reading!

Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore
Lot 37-43
Sultan Gate
Singapore 198485
Operating hours: 10.00am – 10.00pm daily
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REVIEW: Urban Decay Naked Smoky Eyeshadow Palette

Hello everyone!

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As a beauty junkie, I experiment with my looks from time to time using several makeup brands and it’s through these experiences that I discovered the cosmetics lines that would be the mainstay in my beauty regime. For instance, I rely on MAC lipsticks to give my lips colour but when it comes to eye makeup, I switch to none other than Urban Decay to give my peepers some depth (though Tarte and Too Faced are creeping up my list, that’s a different story for another post 😀 *hint*).

I remember owning my first eyeshadow palette 3 years ago when I started out on (proper) makeup.  It wasn’t a full colour palette because I didn’t know how to work with bold shades. I wanted colours that were more neutral and easier to blend with (as I think I suck pretty much at colour combination). Therefore, I eventually decided on Naked 2 which was the latest palette from UD then.

Fast forward to 2015, I have more than 10 eyeshadow palettes from various brands in my possession. But those of UD are still my ultimate holy grail because of their great pigmentation and good mix of matte and shimmery shades. Plus, UD is known to be cruelty-free and vegan, including their complimentary brushes that come with their full palettes! So what’s not to love about UD? 🙂

Of course, the highlight of this post isn’t my vast collection of eyeshadows, but the latest Naked eyeshadow palette rolled out by UD this summer! Nope, it isn’t Naked 4 (it’s ok, that’s what I thought too). It’s the Smoky palette!

Smoky? *scratches head* Doesn’t UD already have it long ago?

No, dearies, it’s not the Smoked palette. I know, I know. It is a little confusing but trust me, you will catch on because these two products are worlds apart! I will go into that later. But first..

The familiar font of NAKED that immediately catches your attention

The familiar font of NAKED on the packaging that immediately catches your attention

Back

Back

Unveiling what's inside the box

Unveiling what’s inside the box (minus the faux flowers of course hehehe)

This palette comes with a lookbook with detailed steps on achieving a pair of sultry and smoky eyes in 4 ways!

Palette

Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette (US$53/ S$83)

Along with the truckload of samples I got from Sephora.com!

Along with the truckload of samples I got from Sephora.com! Key in code “HOTHAIR” upon checkout to get them 🙂

This purchase made me so happy because of all the freebies! But I could have gotten a bag of many mini branded fragrances instead if not for the fact that alcohol-based products are prohibited for air shipment -_- Dammit, why don’t the Sephora outlets in Singapore shower their customers with as many samples as their US counterpart? 😕 *greedy*

Back of the palette

Back of the palette

Side of the palette

Side of the palette

The transparent case is made of hard, uniform plastic material featuring floating smoke effect to exude a sense of mystery.  On the surface are the words “Naked Smoky” printed in gunmetal foil. It also has a magnetic closure for convenience .

Eyeshadows

Eyeshadows and full-size mirror

The Naked Smoky palette consists of High (champagne shimmer with micro-glitter), Dirtysweet (medium bronze), Radar (metallic taupe with iridescent micro-glitter), Armor (metallic silver-taupe with tonal sparkle), Slanted (light metallic gray), Dagger (medium charcoal with micro-shimmer), Black Market (jet-black satin), Smolder (deep plum-taupe), Password (cool taupe matte), Whiskey (rich brown matte), Combust (soft pink-taupe) and Thirteen (light beige satin).

Swatch

Swatch

My favourites are Dirtysweet, Radar, Dagger, Smolder, Password, Whiskey and Combat. Great neutrals, don’t you think?

With High (brow bone), Thirteen (base), Bittersweet (corners), Combust, Radar, Daggar and Whiskey

With High (brow bone), Thirteen (base), Bittersweet (corners), Combust, Radar, Daggar and Whiskey, primed with Urban Decay Anti-Aging Primer Potion.

All my Naked palettes prior to this purchase have been extremely satisfactory but for the Smoky palette? Not quite. The colour payoff for the mattes (e.g. Smolder and Password) are mostly weak and sheer although they are generally darker than those in Naked 1, 2 and 3. I had to apply at least 3 layers to make the colours show. But having said that, you may enjoy this palette if you have issues working with eyeshadows that appear too pigmented.

The shimmery ones, on the other hand, have impressive consistency and the glitters are very micro and evenly distributed. The metallic finish for Bittersweet and Armor are too frosty for my liking but the rest are rather muted. Never thought I would say this but I really prefer the shimmery to the matte ones for this palette!

One thing about the eyeshadows that stood out was the fallout. I mean, the very minimal fallout, perhaps because of the thinner texture of the eyeshadows. I usually have my eyes done so that I can cover the fallout with my foundation thereafter but nope, nothing much to conceal! I guess UD finally hit the nail on the head this time!

Palette comparison with Smoked palette

Palette comparison with Smoked palette

Swatch comparison with Smoked

Swatch comparison against Smoked with just 1-2 swipes

The Smoked shades are a lot more pigmented and heavy (even the lightest matte ones!) as you can see.

Moving on to the complimentary dual-ended eyeshadow brush, the bristles are similar to what you have in the first 3 Naked palettes – smooth to the touch of a finger but slightly prickly on the lids because they are too sturdy. I don’t really use the provided brush anyway so I’m not bothered by it.

Naked Smoky Dual-ended Brush

Naked Smoky Dual-ended Brush

Naked Smoky Dual-ended Brush

Naked Smoky Dual-ended Brush with smoke effect

Smoky Smudger Brush on one end

Smoky Smudger Brush on one end

Tapered Crease Brush on the other

Tapered Crease Brush on the other

On the whole, this palette is a good investment if you’re looking for a set of not-too-heavy shades to do your smoked eyes. The colours are relatively easy to work with (except that the mattes could be a bit more pigmented) and I’m always very tempted to blend all of them on my lids (HAHA, Singaporean kiasu mentality, I guess. Anyone else does the same??). It’s definitely way better than the Smoked palette which I felt were too dense to the extent that it gave me panda eyes on many occasions and I ended up having wipe some off (and ruining my makeup in the process).

Is there ever going to be an end to this Naked series? I mean, since we already have bronze-hued, taupe-hued, rose-gold and now smoky-toned palettes, I wonder what’s going to come next! What do you think? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! 🙂

Thanks for reading, lovelies!

Urban Decay Naked Smoky Eyeshadow Palette is now available on Sephora.com and Urbandecay.com. It will be released in Singapore on 20 August 2015.

REVIEW: Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks – 1993, Tilt, After Dark & Blackmail

Hey everyone!

Urban Decay has recently stepped up its game with a whole new range of lipsticks – the Matte Revolution – in addition to its two existing lines, Sheer Revolution and the original Revolution (satin finish) which I absolutely adore.  With almost a full collection of the latter in my stash, you can say that I’m a die-hard fan of its opaque lipsticks. Therefore when I got wind of the exciting news of its latest lineup, the matte lipstick fanatic in me squealed in delight! I simply couldn’t wait to lay my hands on these new exquisite offerings from one of my all-time favourite cosmetics brands!

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipstick

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipstick

Released early last month on urbandecay.com, this tantalising collection boasts a total of 11 new shades (with 2 being online-exclusive) namely Backtalk (OE), Carnal (OE), Blackmail, Bad Blood, Tilt, Temper, After Dark, Menace, Bittersweet, 1993 and Stark Naked made with a super-creamy and nondrying formula (Pigment Infusion System™) and encased in a sleek, dark-grayish metallic packaging.

(Hmmm, why do I have the impression that these names are Taylor Swift-inspired?)

Backtalk and Carnal weren’t available at time of my purchase so I settled for my next top 4 consisting of a nude, a red, a plum and a noir.

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks in Blackmail, After Dark, Tilt and 1993

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks in Blackmail, After Dark, Tilt and 1993

Also, these lipsticks are loaded with a long list of nourishing ingredients, including a blend of avocado, olive and babassu oils. Shea butter conditions; illipe butter (derived from Malaysian illipe trees) provides long-lasting moisture; and vitamin C and vitamin E provide a hit of antioxidants. [source]

Whoa, a lip conditioner and lipstick in one! Sounds like it will do wonders for my poor chapped lips which intensify under most matte formula. But do they live up to expectations?

#1 1993

1993 is a matte medium brown (US$22)

1993 is a matte medium brown (US$22)

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1993

1993

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1993

1993

1993

1993

One of the more sought-after shades, this “dirty brown” was practically sold out in a matter of days and I had to wait for it to be restocked before I could cart out my order so I reckon it’s going to be a hit among Singapore buyers as well. Application was easy and smooth as butter and it has very rich pigmentation with a little sheen. Colour is slightly darker than pictured which works great on both fair and dark skin tones.

1993 swatch comparison

1993 swatch comparison with similar Revolution shades

As you can see, the Matte formula is a lot more opaque than that of the Revolution series.

#2 Tilt

Tilt is a matte bright orange (US$22)

Tilt is a matte bright orange (US$22)

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Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

Tilt

This cheery coral-orange looks bright but is surprisingly flattering on warm skin tones like mine. Bold and vivid colours have the tendency to accentuate and settle into my lip lines but Tilt doesn’t at all. It seemed to cover my lips well although it is less pigmented than 1993. The Matte finish is also more apparent here as it’s not as glossy as the rest.

Tilt swatch comparison with similar Revolution shades

Tilt swatch comparison with similar Revolution shades

#3 After Dark

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After Dark is a matte medium-dark berry pink (US$22)

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

After Dark

Similarly, After Dark provides even coverage in a single swipe with its superb pigmentation. It has a bit of a frost finish with tiny reflecting particles (perhaps of a lighter shade), giving a subtle ombre effect from bottom-up and leaving your lips with a lustrous shine. This shade is very similar to the existing fuchsias by Urban Decay, albeit marginally darker.

Swatch comparison after Blackmail.

#4 Blackmail

Blackmail is a matte deep berry wine (US$22)

Blackmail is a matte deep berry wine (US$22)

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

Blackmail

My most anticipated shade but also the worst-performing one, Blackmail doesn’t fare well in terms of coverage and opacity – a common problem among really dark shades, I guess. Hated how it still looked visibly patchy and uneven on the lips even after trying to cover it up. Still, I don’t deny that it’s a gorgeous blackened berry and it’s perhaps my darkest lipstick shade in my collection after Hautecore.

Blackmail and After Dark swatch comparison with similar Revolution shades

Blackmail and After Dark swatch comparison with similar Revolution shades

Shame, the darkest shade from the Revolution range, doesn’t seem that dark anymore next to Blackmail with its brighter and redder hue and After Dark is just a more sombre and less iridescent version of Venom and Anarchy.

But evidently, Urban Decay had retained most of the satin finish in their Matte range to make it less drying on the lips. I believe this has got to do with the nourishing formula Urban Decay had infused into the lipsticks too.

All in all, I’m very satisfied with the smooth finish of the lipsticks. Pigmentation is fantastic in general and they are all extremely opaque without having to apply layers upon layers of the product. Feather-resistant, hydrating and long-lasting, they are pretty much like the Revolution lipsticks, just a teeny-weeny bit less glossy. My only complaint is the flat surface of the lipstick bullet which makes it a little challenging for me to line my cupid’s bow. But of course, that can be easily solved using a lip brush.

However, purchasing from urbandecay.com can be a pain as it only allows international buyers to ship their orders via MyUS.com which charges really exorbitant shipping fees (in fact, more than twice the rate my designated forwarder offers), not forgetting the ridiculous US$10 registration fee upon sign up. For this reason, I wouldn’t recommend buying anything at all from urbandecay.com. The better alternative would be Sephora.com (using your forwarder’s BuyForMe service) if you can afford to wait for a few more days.

Now that Urban Decay has added the online-exclusive shades  to its website, I feel really tempted to get them. But at the same time I’m deterred by the preposterous shipping charges. Argh, the dilemma. Should I decide to get them in the end, I’ll include the review into this post so do follow my Facebook or Instagram for updates!

Did anything catch your eye? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below 🙂

Thanks for reading and look out for my Naked Smoky palette review coming up next!

Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipsticks are now available on urbandecay.com and will be released in Singapore on 20 August 2015.

Banana Kaya Dessert @ Domino’s Pizza

MEDIA INVITE

Hey everyone!

The SG50 weekend may be over but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! In my book, birthdays last the whole month. Whaddya say if we continue the golden jubilee celebrations ’til the end of August? After all, it took us 50 years to come this far and it would be a pity not to stretch out the celebration for as long as possible, amirite? 😀

How about some Singaporean-inspired delights by Domino’s Pizza to kick-start round two of the National Day celebration?

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Introducing Domino’s all new Banana Kaya Dessert!

This new offering certainly evokes some nostalgia in me. I believe many Singaporeans (and even Malaysians) would agree that kaya jam is simply part of our everyday diet. Long before I discovered the wondrous joy of Nutella and peanut butter, breakfast before school was always white bread spread with kaya jam accompanied by a cup of hot Milo tirelessly prepared by my Mom. Subsequently when I got a weekend job during my Polytechnic years, I would have kaya toast served with teh (hot milk tea) at the kopitiam (coffee shop) under my block faithfully every morning before I headed to work.

Therefore launching this new Banana Kaya pizza in conjunction with SG50 is pretty apt, isn’t it? 🙂

Domino's Banana Kaya Dessert

Domino’s Banana Kaya Dessert

Domino's Banana Kaya Dessert

Domino’s Banana Kaya Dessert

Domino's Banana Kaya Dessert

Domino’s Banana Kaya Dessert

Thickness of the crust

Thickness of the crust

I had the privilege of tasting this new item at the launch party two weeks ago. The Banana Kaya dessert comes with light and buttery crust sprinkled with icing sugar. Filling the middle is a generous layer of sweet, authentic pandan kaya made from rich coconut cream, fresh egg and aromatic pandan leaves and topped with oven baked banana slices that marry well with the spread. It’s about the size of your personal pan pizza which you can either have it all to yourself or share it (the calories, that is) among your friends!

I must admit, though, that it’s exceptionally delicious only when served straight from the oven so you can savour the crunchiness of the crust. It doesn’t taste as nice when it’s all cold and soggy in the middle (I know because I inadvertently left my second slice under the air-conditioner and it was blergh). But fret not! Domino’s Pizza, as you know, has a 30-minute delivery guarantee (and a 15-minute takeout guarantee) so you can rest assured that your orders would be delivered to you hot and fresh. Otherwise, do consider dining in!

What’s more, because it is (still) SG50, this delightful Banana Kaya Dessert is selling at 50% off for a limited period! In other words, this is going for S$3.90 instead of the usual price of S$7.80! Not only are you able to indulge in the familiar flavours of a childhood favourite, but you also get to enjoy great savings on this new dessert! 🙂

Here’s what also went down at the launch party:

*sings* Everything is awesome!

*sings* Everything is awesome! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

Other bloggers who attended as well

Other bloggers who attended as well (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

Won myself a Domino's Pizza T-shirt woohoo!! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

Won myself a Domino’s Pizza T-shirt woohoo!! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

One of the games lined up for us was to stack as many bananas as possible on a team member's head and thereafter, walk to the other end of the restaurant without toppling them over. Unfortunately none of us could do that u_u (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

One of the games lined up for us was to stack as many bananas as possible on a team member’s head and thereafter, walk to the other end of the restaurant without toppling them over. Unfortunately none of us could do that u_u (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

But the other team successfully did it! So skilled lah. (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

But the other team successfully did it! So skilled lah. (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

The next challenge was to make our own banana kaya pizza using the many fingers of banana and a small bowl of homemade kaya provided by Domino's. (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

The next challenge was to make our own banana kaya pizza using the many fingers of banana and a small bowl of homemade kaya provided by Domino’s. This was our creation! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

Our pizza when baked!

Our pizza when baked!

Not bad ah :D

Not bad ah 😀

And we won for that segment! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

And we won for that segment! (photo credit: The Influencer Network)

If you’re planning to throw another party over the weekend (that’s not too far away, thanks to the off-in-lieu!) with your family and loved ones at your crib, or a potluck dinner for friends to get together, you definitely have to take advantage of this SG50 deal rolled out by Domino’s Pizza!

Pizza partehhhh

Pizza partehhhh

You can now complete your meal with Domino’s ‘2 Pizzas’ deal for only S$22Choose 2 regular pizzas from the wide array of Italian favourites and at the same time, select your desired crusts including Classic Hand-Tossed, New York Crust, Crunchy Thin Crust, Cheese Burst Crust and Domino’s latest Cheesy Crust – a crust that is luxuriously filled with melting hot mozzarella and coated with garlic and herbs. There are also 6 delectable and original pizza sauces to choose from, such as Domino’s signature sauce, Sweet & Spicy sauce, Smoky BBQ sauce, Napolitana sauce, Top Secret sauce and Pesto Passion sauce.

What I love about Domino’s is its huge selection of flavours which are not limited to the same ‘ol boring ones like Hawaiian, Pepperoni, Chicken and whatsoever. They have really interesting additions like Basilico Chicken, Chilli Beef and Sicilian Prawns in the Classics and First Class range (surcharge applies). Plus, they taste reaaaally good.

Ultimate Hawaiian (surcharge applies)

Ultimate Hawaiian – “loads of delicious roasted chicken, shredded chicken, juicy pineapples and fresh mushrooms on our brand new pizza sauce” (surcharge applies)

Sicilian Prawn (surcharge applies)

Sicilian Prawn – “succulent prawns, fresh onions, cherry tomatoes on pesto sauce” (surcharge applies)

Meatzza (surcharge applies)

Meatzza – “100% mozzarella cheese with succulent smoked chicken breast, chicken ham, chicken sausage, cabanossi, beef pepperoni and ground beef” (surcharge applies)

Basilico Chicken (surcharge applies)

Basilico Chicken – “roasted chicken, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, onion and pesto sauce” (surcharge applies)

Alfredo Prawn (surcharge applies)

Alfredo Prawn – “onion, red pepper, pineapple, prawns, mozzarella cheese on Top Secret sauce” (surcharge applies)

Full list of flavours can be found here.

Apart from that, you can also enjoy 50% off (yes, another one!) your all-time favourite sides! Available daily from 3pm to 6pm (share with your hungry colleagues!) with no minimum spending required, these are the sides eligible for the awesome discount:

  1. Chocolate Lava CakeS$3.40 (RP S$6.80)
  2. *NEW* Golden Chicken (Golden Mediterranean Chicken, Golden Outback Chicken, Golden Italiano Chicken or Golden Mexican Chicken), S$5.40 each (RP S$10.80)
  3. Cinnastix, S$2.90 (RP S$5.80)
  4. Napolitana Baked Meatballs, S$5.40 (RP S$10.80)
  5. Banana Kaya Dessert, S$3.90 (RP S$7.80)
  6. Roasted Chicken Drummet (6 pcs), S$4.90 (RP S$9.80)
Golden Mediterranean Chicken

Golden Mediterranean Chicken (S$5.40)

Golden Italiano Chicken (S$5.40)

Golden Italiano Chicken (S$5.40)

Psst.. There’s a Domino’s SG50 contest going on!

Celebrate Singapore’s 50 years of excellence and heritage with Domino’s Pizza Singapore. 5 lucky winners will win a pizza party worth $100. You may choose to take part on either Facebook or Instagram or even both platform.

For Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1JsrGp4
For Instagram: http://bit.ly/1LTRQD3 (hashtag #BananaKaya #DominosSG)

Contest ends 16 Aug 2015

Oh gosh, my stomach is starting to growl after seeing all the pictures above! I guess my dinner later is settled. What about yours? 🙂

Signing off with a group picture with the rest of the amazing bloggers! Thanks for the invite, TIN :)

Signing off with a group picture with the rest of the amazing bloggers! Thanks for the invite, TIN 🙂

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Skinrecipe.sg, Your One-Stop Skin Care Specialty Webstore

ADVERTORIAL

Hey everyone!

When it comes to looking good, I believe most Singapore women (who are interestingly the biggest beauty spenders in the region) would have no qualms about splurging on expensive beauty products that promise a flawless complexion or an enhanced appearance. Further supporting this statement, a poll conducted three years ago by market research company Frost & Sullivan had also revealed that Singapore women were increasingly willing to blow their fortunes on products that were considered a luxury. Why? I guess that’s because we often associate a higher price with higher quality, therefore higher effectiveness, and the opposite with a lower price.

However, that’s not always true. I mean, sure, there must be something special in luxury products that justifies the cost but not everything is a one-size-fits-all affair. I’ve had my fair share of disappointing experiences with higher-range cosmetic brands (especially acne-fighting products) and likewise, there are low to mid-range brands which I absolutely rave about.

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Hence, with this in mind, two sisters launched Skin Recipe on 1 July 2015 after discovering some really affordable yet effective ones on one of their weekend getaways.

Represented by a tomato to reflect meaning of healthy young looking skin, Skin Recipe offers a wide selection of pocket-friendly skin and body care products that are not readily available in Singapore, handpicked by the owners themselves.

Quality Assured

Unlike other webstores that sells products deemed to be popular by the general public, Skin Recipe only offers products which they think will be beneficial to your skin! Apart from that, all products are personally tried and tested before they go on sale to ensure their effectiveness (especially on sensitive skin) and quality. They are also guaranteed authentic as they are sourced directly from local authorised distributors.

Product Range

With popular brands like Malissa KissNamu Life (e.g. the widely-acclaimed SnailWhite Cream by renowned bloggers like Tammy Tay and Yutaki) and PasJel from Thailand, and Elishacoy, Hey Nature and Nature Republic from South Korea on the catalogue, Singapore shoppers are promised an array of foreign skincare fixes which previously can only be bought overseas!

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P/S: There’s a sale going on now so be quick with your fingers!

As the webstore is still pretty new (less than 2 months old as of writing), it does not boast as much as others have to offer but you can expect more skin care products such as masks, lip care, eye care and other body and face related items to be listed soon!

Payment & Delivery

Local mailing charges apply but free registered mailing is provided for any orders above S$80! All prices shown are in Singapore dollars (S$).

Not in Singapore? Fret not! Skin Recipe also ships worldwide via Speedpost. Payment can also be made with credit card or via PayPal so that customers can be provided with a secure, swift and fuss-free checkout experience. How awesome is that? 🙂

What I got from Skin Recipe! Will review them on a separate post soon :)

What I got from Skin Recipe! Will review them on a separate post soon 🙂

I don’t know about you but I have an inkling that Skin Recipe is going to be the next webstore I frequent to satisfy my beauty curiosity and I’m sure it will be yours too if you have been searching high and low for a trustworthy beauty shop to supply your beauty needs 🙂

Do share with me your reviews if you’ve gotten anything from Skin Recipe 🙂

Thanks for reading!

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