Images…

I cannot leave 2019 without showcasing some awesome photos I’ve taken throughout this year, which initially were meant for blog posts. Then, as clichè as it sounds; it’s suddenly the last day of the year. Thus waste not the few remaining hours we still got, `till 2020 comes. Let’s feast these eyes with some visual stimulations starting with; (Keep scrolling. It gets better, I promise)

Beauty products:

Sunscreens I used this year; can you guess which one is my favourite?
EDPs and facial mists are my life’s little luxury…
FINALLY got to finish up the LUSH reusable bubble bar wand I bought in Christmas ’18
The Inkey List Salicylic Acid Cleanser bought online from CultBeauty UK. Bought late Feb, finished late Dec
H&M Beauty dual brush(rm39.90); to replace my old-ass essence pink blusher brush.
Can you believe this tin is already a decade old since I bought it?
My skincare+stuffs are all sorted out, in IKEA transparent organizer (rm59) bought in Dec .

Food and everything else

My birthday cake this year! Pandan Gula Melaka by Gula Cakery (rm191)
A cup of hot latte, anyone?
That time I really pig out and had this all to myself. July 2019
Because meal-prepping is so time consuming😆 My first DIETMONSTA order back in Nov, 2019. Gotta say, I prefer their Muscle Gain Meals though
FREE large frappe from SF Coffee, coz I’m their good customer who collected all ten stamps☕
Hey there Mr. and Mrs. Planty!

Happy new year, guys!

-Hanna-

Birthday beauties; 2019

Kiss of Stars lipstick in Starstruck, from MAC 2019 Holiday collection. RM105

Revisiting my first birthday post back in 2016, I wrote this post with such nostalgia. Personally, I created and maintain this blog not to show off meaningless, material posessions. (That’s what Instagram is for) Rather, it serves as a visual reminder for me to look back what I already have, thus be grafetul. Be it solid family members or a friendship that stood the test of time (with annual pretty birthday presents that come with it😬)

Having said that, this year’s birthday Joanna sent me a cool MAC 2019 Holiday lipstick in shade Starstruck. It’s bright pink/purple fuchsia. And it’s glittery. If you know me, you’d definitely raised an eyebrow on this choice of lipstick. But why not? The new decade is almost here, I’m not getting any younger so why don’t I rock a glittery fuchsia lips once in a while?

Of course sweet Jo sent this lipstick along with some other cute samples, EDP vials and a full-sized lipbalm. Coz even a pair of rock-metal lips need some protection.

Then two weeks later, another parcel arrived at my doorstep. This time is another birthday presents from her too:

Drugstore gems! 💎

Gorgeous goodies from Rimmel, Bourjois and Max Factor. Well thank you dear! These beauties are enough to doll me up in the new year.

-Hanna-

|Review| SILKYGIRL Shimmer Duo Blusher

As I’m bouncing back from two-year-makeup hiatus, I’ve been trying out affordable products from drugstores because, monthly visit to SEPHORA is way impractical. Since Silkygirl products are dirt-cheap and always come with great discounts, I picked up this Shimmer Duo Blusher from a Silkygirl section in my neighbourhood Watsons.

Left: highlighter Right: blusher

Available in four shades, this one is Rose Petal; a rosy colour with slight shimmer. I had no idea that these duo blusher is half highlighter (on the left) and half blusher (on the right). Rather, I had been using this as a regular blusher for a month until I knew about this, whoops! But with only 4 grams of product, that means each highlighter and blusher is only 2g each. That’s a very little amount of pink particles if you ask me. Moreover, I’m too impatient to meticulously sweep half of this pan and then another half, every time I use it.

Speaking of sweep however, I love how Shimmer Duo Blusher comes with a mini brush which is placed in a separate compartment underneath the blusher pan. That’s systematic and more hygienic. Not to mention travel-friendly too. As much as I love the soft brush, I prefer using my current favourite blusher brush , so this cutesy brush is now my daughter’s toy brush for her dolls.

In a nutshell, this is a decent blusher if you are looking for an affordable (priced between RM21-RM28,even cheaper when on sale) blusher that’s slightly pigmented and easy to be carried around, without having to bring along a blusher brush.