Saturday, April 19, 2014

Review + Giveaway: Go Wild with The Wild Things!

Hey guys, how have you all been doing? I hope the water rationing has not dampened your moods one bit, considering that it's been a while now that it's been going on, and rumour has it that the water shortage might very well happen all the way to September! *gasp* But let's not worry about that today, for today I am here to raise your moods! Stay on til the end of the post and I have something exciting for you guys!

Source: my insta :)

If you've been following me on Insta, you would have seen that I absolutely love charm bracelets. My most prized possession is my Thomas Sabo charm bracelet that le bb got for me last Christmas, and I have been using it on off ever since :)

Shizens Stand Firm Stay Firm Contest

To celebrate the women out there, be it moms, grandmoms, daughters, friends, wives, girlfriends, or your best friend, they have been, since time immemorial, been the pillars of strength for many successes. Since ancient times, women were rarely offered opportunities to work and learn.

Yet, their inner strength can still be seen through their roles of giving birth to new life, taking care and protecting their family. But as time passed, women began demonstrating their capabilities in undertaking more responsibilities, raising a family as well as being part of the workforce and contributing to social welfare.

As evolution enhanced the confidence level of every woman allowing them to showcase their inner strength, they still recognised the importance of physical beauty and strive to maintain their outer beauty through various means.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Product Launch: Wilson Redefines Tennis Racquet Design with Spin Effect Technology

For Tennis aficionados out there, it's time to put down your Tennis racquets and pick up the new Wilson racquets equipped with the new Spin Effect Technology, namely Juice, Steam, Pro Staff and Blade.

Juice, Steam, Blade and Pro Staff, all equipped with the latest SET

These new Tennis racquets recently made its debut in Malaysia, and Indian tennis star, Rohan Gajjar and Malaysian number one, Si Yiew Ming were among tennis enthusiasts present at the National Tennis Centre here to test and experience Wilson’s groundbreaking SET racquets that offers outrageous power and massive spin.

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Biomedics 1 day Extra Daily Disposable Lenses, Giving you more health and comfort, every day!

I started wearing contact lenses when I was 15 years old. I’ve heard of so many horror stories about using contacts, mostly of people going blind, but I still wanted to use them, thanks to my vain self :p The optometrist kept stressing to me how important it is that I wash my hands before I put on or take out my contact lenses as we are touching a part of our body that relates to one of the five senses, the sense of sight. I remember every time I wanted to put on my contacts, I would wash my hands vigorously and similar as well when I wanted to take them out. I would stand in front of my mirror and strain my eyes to put them on.

BUT, fast forward a few years down the line, and here I am, putting on my contacts and taking them off is like second nature to me. I have come a long way since then, and I have gotten even vainer (if there is such a word) by using coloured contacts! However, as lenses can wear down over time, I find that I have to constantly rewet my eyes cos they feel dry after a few hours. Sometimes, it’s even hard to put them on cos I’ve been working through the night and my tired eyes can’t take the strain from the lenses.

Review: Goku Raku Ramen at Mid Valley

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce to you my eat of the day, a Japanese Chinese fusion that we all love, Ramen :D In 1872, noodles were introduced to Japan from mainland China. Since then, ramen has become a prominent dish in Japan. It is known to be as one of Japan’s staple foods and favoured meal among the locals.

Over the years, ramen has developed into various styles as different regions in Japan created their own special type of ramen, based on distinct soup types. In northern areas such as Sapporo, the Miso soup is a popular choice for ramen, whereas in southern districts like Hakata and Tokyo, the Tonkotsu (pork-based) broth and soy-flavoured ramen dishes are preferred by the locals.

Monday, April 07, 2014

Rakuten's Biggest Super Sale is happening now!

Calling all online shopaholics out there!!!!! (myself included :p) Rakuten, Japan’s number one online shopping site has kickstarted their Super Sale from 1-10 April 2014:D

You will get to update your wardrobe with the latest styles from Japan, notwithstanding a huge variety of other products from fashion to electronics to beauty to Malaysia at discounted prices!

Sunday, April 06, 2014

Malaysia's Largest Clothes Buffet is back!

Heard of the clothes buffet last year? It's back and it's larger and better than ever!

This 25-27th April 2014, indulge in a unique shopping experience at Malaysia's Largest Clothes Buffet happening from 10am - 6 pm at Syopz Mall, Taylor's University Lakeside Campus. Organised by LINs Communication and A Shopaholics Den, this event aims to bring shopping to a whole new level for young fashionistas without breaking the bank.

‘If you can zip it, you can keep it.’ 

Thursday, April 03, 2014

Review: Miss Hana Water Proof Gel Eyeliner

Did you know, eyeliner was first used in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia as a dark black line around the eyes? As early as 10,000 BC, Egyptians wore various cosmetics not only for aesthetics but to protect the skin from the desert sun. For the superstitious, research has also speculated that eyeliner was worn to protect the wearer from the evil eye.The characteristic of having heavily lined eyes has been frequently depicted in Egyptian art.

In the 1920s, when Tutankhamun's tomb was discovered, it introduced the use of eyeliner to the Western world. Fast forward a few hundred years, and here we are, wearing eyeliner for aesthetic value, and to pretty up our looks.