Although I love my Maybelline Velvet Mattes, I needed something that’s easy to apply even without a mirror. So when I heard that Revlon Colorburst Matte Balms are up on 50% sale this weekend, I made sure to bring home some with me.
I love having a hearty breakfast. When I was still working in the corporate world, breakfast is something I take for granted. It seems impossible for me to grab a bite before heading to office. I mean, I’d rather spend the time sleeping than eating. LoL. I’m sure you guys feel the same.
So, anyway, now that I basically have all the time in the world to control–plus, thanks to technology, I can just multi-task anywhere–I really love it when I get to have a nice breakfast, especially if it’s something that’s truly good for the body like what my beau and I had at Kitchen 1B.
My hands have been full lately since I’ve enrolled in Certified Digital Marketing Acceleration Program last Sept 26 (I will share this with you next week). Since I just took my final exam yesterday and was able to get a pretty neat score–96% yay!–I took it as a celebratory point to drag myself to a nail salon and finally have my nails done.
Tucked between the intersecting streets along busy Banawe is a quaint nail salon that deserves your visit. I found Ecru Nail Spa while searching for nail salons near Banawe and luckily it did not disappoint.
When I was about to handle my first makeup brand some 3-4 years ago, I had to scour through deal sites and enroll myself in some affordable makeup workshop just to learn the basics since the average price of makeup classes then was about Php4,000-Php10,000.00. You girls are so lucky that these days you can get it for only Php500!
It was a sad morning for me a couple of days ago when I woke up and saw my favorite pair of MYOH Havaianas broken. 😦
Have you seen Pet Warehouse’s Facebook Ads?
I have long been wishing for this kind of online store so I won’t have to go out and buy Pepper’s vitamins and whatnot when my lazy bone is kicking in. So when I saw Pet Warehouse on Facebook, I had a clicking spree and quickly filled my shopping cart.
When I was still working at Avon, I never understood why the Australian market would prefer to have a non-waterproof mascara in their portfolio over a waterproof one. I would always ask “why wouldn’t you rather have waterproof?” because, for me, I hate the fact that most waterproof mascaras in the Philippines aren’t really waterproof. Somehow, they smudge all around my eyes at the end of the day. That’s, of course, until I discovered this awesome Etude House mascara that I didn’t have to worry of panda eyes anymore.
And so I’d always have my trusty Maybelline makeup remover to do its thing after I’ve enjoyed an entire day of smudge-free eyes. Sadly, I run out of it last week and boy it was such a b*tch to take off this waterproof mascara from my lashes. It stuck there even after washing my face 5x–and yes, that’s 30 splashes of water each! That’s when I fully understood ANZ’s issue with waterproof mascaras. -_-
So, yeah, I was stuck with the mascara for 2 days until I was able to go out and buy myself a new makeup remover. Since I’m out to try a new one, I saw this pretty bottle of Biore Micellar Cleansing Water at Watson’s and thought of giving it a try.