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I love unicorn hair!! It's so fun and who doesn't love having pink, purple, blue or green hair! What about removing hair color? Switching from color to color can be quite troublesome and there is often the "awkward" stages where your hair color is half there but half not. Blue will turn green or teal. Pink may end up looking peachy and you'll have blotchy patches because lets face it, who washes their hair that evenly??

When I decided I wanted silver hair from my bright blue I knew I had to shampoo...a lot to get the color out. But with my filming schedule - I would honestly just have nice hair all the time so I went in search of a magic shampoo (recipe shared below and in the video) that will help me cleanse the color before I headed to my fave hair dresser Stevie English hair.

Going to the hairdresser with cleansed hair will save them so much time and damage as well, since the more color that is removed the less likely they will need to bleach and strip it out of your hair. In my case not all color was removed and bleach was used and so I had to get the chop - but I absolutely love how it turned out!!

Watch the video below for a walk through of how I achieved my new hair color including how I washed the blue out and how they turned it into this amazing color! I also show you the progress shots as well after 1 shampoo etc.

Removing hair color tutorial

To remove hair color your can use this at home recipe. When using this shampoo out formulation to remove hair color you'll find that it removes 5-10 times faster than normal. I got the same result I would normally get by washing my hair from 5-10 times.

Shampoo out recipe

10-15 tablets of Crushed vitamin C
2/3 cups of Anti-Dandruff Shampoo
2 tablespoons of Baking Soda (it's a natural and gentle bleach)


3 tablespoons of Dish washing liquid
3 tablespoons of 20 Vol Developer

Once you've mixed your ingredients together it will look moussey and airy because of the Vitamin C powder and baking soda. Work the formula into wet hair and use your fingers to really work it in. Give it a good scrub and keep lathering it. Once it's well lathere you can squeeze the excess foam out and add more product until your lather stops being colorful. To get more removal you can pop a shower cap on and let this shampoo sit for another 10-15 minutes before washing it out. Wash it out using warm water.

Once you've finished shampooing you'll realise your hair will feel quite dry so follow up with a deep treatment. I used coconut oil for this or you can use any deep treatment conditioner to bring your hair back to life.

Results after 1 shampoo

Final hair after visiting Stevie English

seriously looooove it!!
I hope this blog post can help you get through the awkward stages of your hair colour :)!! Let me know what you think about this new colour :DD Until my next hair adventure!

Much love,


This is a huge FAQ on how to choose and buy the right circle lenses for you. In stores these days there are so many different types of contacts so here is a guide on what to look for. I also share if circle lenses damage your eyes and review the health risks and dangers of circle lenses for your eyes.

If you don't want me to ruin what you're going to watch don't read below :P It's covered in the video ;)

Things to consider when buying contact lenses

There are so many things you need to consider when buying lenses. Mainly the attributes you want to pay attention to are;

Diameter of the lens

You can get lenses from 13.8 mm to 15 mm these days and that's a huge range of sizes! The right size depends on that look you're going for. Do you want an enlarging effect or something close to your eye size?

The larger you go the less of the "white" of the eyes you'll see giving you a more dolly effect. by the time you get to 15 mm you'll look very wide eyed. Not everyone likes this look so it's really personal preference.

It also largely depends on the original size of your eye as well - we are all born with different iris sizes and also have differed shaped and size eyes so some eye shapes may not accommodate the 15 mm without it looking very large and some may look fine with it.

Design of the lens

The design is perhaps one of the most important factors. Do you want colored lenses or lenses that look like your natural eyes but better?

Do you want 1 tone, 2 tone or 3 tone lenses? The more tones on colors like blue, grey and green the more natural it looks since these colors natural have color variations. One tones look great in brown and black colors and are more to add a definition to your natural color (mainly brown eyes) for an enhancement.

Other than that one of the things you'll need to think about is the limbal ring which is essentially the black ring around the eye. Different designs give your eyes a totally different look.

Comfort of the lens

One of the make or break factors for me is really the comfort. What's the point of having a lens that you can only wear for half a day? I hate changing into glasses halfway and just want the ease of being able to wear them all the time. This for me is huuge - but some people may be happy to only wear contacts when they go out so it's really up to you. In addition dry contacts may mean more eyedrop sessions that could ruin your makeup.

The water content plays a huge part in this and also you honestly just need to try them on or read reviews. If you want a safe bet try lenses that are either 1 day, fortnightly or monthly since they are usually designed thinner and therefore more breathable. Also lenses that are small in diameter tend to cover less of your eye and may let it be less dry.

Generally circle lenses are made in a yearly way however this usually does not take away much from comfort as I can wear my favourite lenses the whole day without too much discomfort. Although on the 12 th hour they might get dry - but this is also without any eye drops during the day, so they are doing pretty well.

It's honestly so personal because I find some people have super sensitive eyes that can't even wear contacts and some can wear any type of contact and have no issues. Can't explain why though. Maybe it's just what you're used to?

Are they safe?

There is a myth going around that circle lenses stop oxygen from reaching your eyes and are extremely bad for you. I'm happy to say that circle lenses have come such a long way and there are so many safe and comfortable lenses on the market.

In fact many well known companies of contact lenses arae making their own version of circle lenses. For a safe option you may want to check out Johnsons & Johnsons Acuvue Define range: Johnson and Johnson Acuvue Define:

Tip: Look for FDA and KDA approved lenses!

Cleaning contacts

So in the comments section you requested to know how to clean contacts! Well cleaning circle lenses isn't any different to cleaning normal contacts! You basically should find a multi purpose storing solution which both cleans as it sits in the solution. You can ask your chemist for this.

When you first open your contacts you should soak it for 8 hours minimum in this solution before use.

Every morning before you put it on you should place the contact into your palms gently, add some solution into a small pool into the middle, and rub it with your fingers gently. I honestly don't do this everyday but I think you should :)

Where to buy your circle lenses USA or Austrlia or Worldwide

I usually shop at PinkyParadise since they have a very easy to navigate site and also reliable shipping and they also carry genuine product (be careful of fake GEO's etc). A bonus is also because you can search by colour, diameter, usage times, prescription, astigmatism, cosplay and more.

Link to the store is here:

My Favourite lenses at the moment

My current faves are because of the design and the comfort!! Super comfy! They are yearly's! There are live examples of me wearing it in the video too.
The Hyper Natural Brown lens (brown/hazel):
The Hyper Natural Grey lens (grey):

These are the hyper natural greys
These are it in brown! Very natural!!

My Bralette!

My one is by Silence + Noise cut out bra but it seems sold out. Here are some suggestions:

I hope you found this information helpful :)! If you did please give my video a thumbs up :D!!

Much love,


Hi my beautiful creatures!! Today I have a simple beginners korean kpop style summer makeup tutorial routine which was inspired by Girls Day Ring My Bell. All products are listed below!! My hair is a bit different here let me know what you think :)!!

Korean Summer Makeup Tutorial Step by Step


Apply a primer on your t zone area to hide pores and prevent oil from ruining your makeup

Products to try:

Dry skin - A'pieu Moisture Pore Cover Balm 25g
Oily skin - A'PIEU Magic Pore cover Balm 25g korean cosmetics


I'm using my favourite cushion foundation and applying it from my t zone areas out - I did a review of this in my June favourites video. It really helps even out the complexion.

Products to try:

Amore Pacific Iope Air Cushion-xp Cover #21 Sunblock SPF50/pa+++(15g+ Refill 15g)


Next using this concealer in a shade lighter than your foundation apply it in all the areas you want to highlight. For me this is my under eyes, nose brigade forehead, cupids bow and chin as well as a triangle to bring out your cheekbones. This gives you a highlighted look without the shimmer and shine. Leave the concealer on for a minute before blending if you want higher coverage which is what I've done here. I'm using this amazing fluffy brush to blend the edges out for an amazing finish.

Products to try:

Maybelline New York Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Concealer, Light 120, 0.2-fluid Ounce

Innisfree Smart Makup Up Brush


Use a cool matte brown 1-2 shades darker to do a light contour I'm apply it on the top of my nose bride from my eyebrows. Next slim your nose by applying it on the tip and then blending it down. It seriously makes your nose look thinner. Then apply this colour underneath your cheekbones for a chiselled effect and along your hairline as well for a slimmer forehead. Apply it also on the jawline. Finish off your contour by using your fluffily brush and bending out the harsh lines.

Products to try:

Kat Von D Shade + Light Contour Palette


Using my dip brow pomade and a stiff angled brush draw along the top of your eyebrows extending the straightness forward. Hyeri has super straight eyebrows so that's the look we're going for. You can also fill in the curve of the lower part of your eyebrow for a straighter appearance.

Products to try:

Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade - Taupe

Now take a eyebrow mascara and brush the front part of your brows inward this will help hide the straight edges you drew earlier. I'm applying a lighter shade in the from so I'm creating a slight gradient brow effect. From 2/3's of the way brush your hairs back to neaten up the rest of your brow and hold it in place.

Etude House Color My Brows #5 Blondie Brown

Eyeshadow / Eyemakeup

I'm taking this matte highlighter colour and sweeping it all over my lids for a good base.

Next take a peachy shade and apply it all over your lids.

A bronze shade on the outer third of your lids will define and contour your eyes.

Use a blending brush and gently blend the colours.

I'm using this yellow gold colour on a wet angled brush for a higher more intense colour. Apply it all the way along the lower lash line and taking it in to the inner corner for a bright look.

Products to try:

Urban Decay Naked2 Eyeshadow Makeup Palette

Next take a brown liner and line the lower third of your lash line and then smudging it out so that it looks soft. This will make your eyes look much bigger.

Products to try:

Rimmel Exaggerate Eye Definer, Rich Brown, 0.01 Fluid Ounce

Now taking a liquid liner I'm doing a slight flicked liner. Draw it out then join it to your upper lash line. Hyeri's liner goes out straight then slightly up but it's up to you how flicked you like it. The key though is to really to keep it thin and not too dramatic.

Products to try:

theBalm Schwing Liquid Eyeliner, Black

Finish off by curling your lashes and applying mascara to the top and the outer edge of your lower lashes.

Products to try:

Shiseido Eyelash Curler:
CoverGirl LashBlast Fusion Mascara Very Black

Cheeks / Blush

Next take a pastel cool toned pink blush and apply it from your hairline inwards where your cheekbones are. The colour is stronger on the outer edge and it is slowly faded towards the middle, use the last bit of product on the apples of your cheeks.

Products to try:

Etude House {New} Lovely Cookie Blusher - #3 Raspberry Tarte


Use a cool toned fluro pink for the lips. This is going to be the pop of colour for your face so make it bright! Apply it all over you lips for a fun summer bright look!

Products to try:

Etude House Dear My Blooming Lips-talk (Pink Talk) #PK012 Tempting Pink

I'm taking a slightly darker crayon and apply it to the centre of my lips blending out for a super subtle ombre effect! This just adds a bit more fun to the lips :).

Products to try:

MAMONDE Creamy Tint Color Balm (#04 Let me Pink)

I hope you guys enjoyed this look :)!!

Much love,


Hey my beautiful creatures :)!! I'm sharing my faves from Etude House, Yankee Candles, TheBlam, IOPE, Shiseido and more :)!! Stay tuned to the end for my collection of empires!! This is a momentous occasion since I always throw them away and forget to show you guys!

My June Faves

Yankee Candle Black Coconut Large 2-Wick Tumbler Candle, Fresh Scent

[A'pieu] Moisture Pore Cover Balm 25g

Too Cool for School Marshmallow shaped Puff (Pink)

Iope Air Cushion XP Cover #23 Beige Plus Refill (0.53Oz/15g x 2)

The Balm Mary-lou Manizer Aka The Luminizer Shimmer, Highlighter and Eyeshadow, with Twinbeauty Brush

The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less Barry Schwartz

My June Empties

Napoleon Perdis Auto Pilot Hydrating Milk Cleanser

Etude House Sunprise Face & Body Sun Spray SPF50+/PA+++ Sun block

Shiseido Majolica Majorca Brow & Lash color list eyebrow mascara BR333

Maybelline New York Volum Express Falsies Big EyesWaterproof Mascara, Very Black 205

So I remember when it was time for me to choose the company I wanted to work at when I was about to graduate I was incredibly stressed. Not only do you need to weight whether the company you apply for is the right company, you need to balance your expectations because there may be a chance you won't get the job.

However knowing what company you eventually want to work for can really help you get the job because then you'll be spending 100% of your effort preparing for the company of your dreams as opposed to doing half fast preparations for multiple companies. Concentrating your efforts will really make a difference and your conviction and loyalty to the company will shine through in the interview hopefully giving you a better impression versus the other candidates that may be juggling interviews with a million other company's.

Important links:

Glassdoor Company Reviews

This website is great because past employee's give their honest opinions of the ins and outs of the company. In addition there is some great advice from people that have been in the job interview so they can give you a low down on what to expect so you can prepare 100% and have no surprises. Keep in mind there are a lot of reviews and insights to larger companies that may have lots of employees but not as much for smaller companies. So for smaller companies you may need to rely on other methods like networking to find out more about the company. (for Australia)

LinkedIn Business Networking

I've been using this social network since so many years ago. Originally it was a site to help you display an online version of your resume but now it's so much more. There are industry groups you can be a part of, as well as great and helpful articles written by lots of great business minds and top leaders in each industry. You can also send messages to professionals you don't know through a paid service called "in mail" which is worth much more than you pay. You can also do searches via job titles, cities and companies helping narrow down exactly who you need to talk to. Think of it as a Facebook for your career. If you're not on it but you're serious about getting connected for your future it may be worth signing up and creating your profile.

Birth control is a incredibly important topic often swept under the carpets or told awkwardly by nervous parents. Hands up if you've been there!!

Growing up in an Asian household, I was quite proud of my parents, well actually my dad for tackling this issue with me one embarrassing night. I'm not sure who's idea it was by my dad marched right up and started talking about "protection".

I'm fairly sure it was that situation where you see a wild animal and they are just as scared of you as you were of them. I'm sure this talk was embarrassing for my dad but I was petrified!!

I remember yelling I'm not going to have sex never laughing nervously and running away from the dinner table. Yup....I really intended not to at the time, my mind was pure :)!! I was I think around 15/16 at that time :D haha.

Anyways I'm glad my education was quite progressive and I was fairly sure that I knew what I was doing. Regardless I just went to the doctor and trusted their judgement when the time came. Also I made sure that all the partners I dealt with were STI free. I'm pretty picky about what I put on my face so you can imagine how picky I am regarding my partners cleanliness haha :D

So I wanted to share my experiences I've had with birth control hoping that it may help you decide. Also I find that it's sooo helpful reading your comments and your stories and girls don't forget to scroll down and read other girls experiences to get a great idea about what you'd like to try.

You'll start to realise no one is the same and it's really up to you to give it a shot and see.

Birth Control Methods

I also wanted to list down a summary of the birth control methods I've learn from you guys too into a list so hopefully it will help you pick out the most suitable one for you. Keep in mind this is merely a list and I encourage you to speak to your doctor and research further online as to the details of these birth control methods. Also it's useful to note that in some countries some of these birth control methods are offered for free and can be easily obtained in a family planning clinic.

Important: These methods don't protect you from HIV or STI's so please use a condom for that :)

Morning After Pill/ Plan B

How it works: This is the only form of birth control taken AFTER unprotected sex, but is not 100% reliable and not recommended to have often as it is quite harsh on the body.

The Pill

How it works: A small pill taken daily with some sugar pills during your period to keep you in the habit of taking them every day.

Types: Combination Pill, Progestin Only Pill, Extended Cycle Pill,

Brands: Microgynon, Yasmin

Pros: These are offered in a wide variety of doses as well as multiple brands at all price points. This allows you to try different formulations until you find one that suits your body. They can vary from low doses to high doses. Also some girls have experienced improvement in their skin, regularity of their periods ansi improvement in pre-menstrual cramps on these pills so you can even use them to regulate your body if you suffer from bad periods.

Cons: They tend to work best when taken daily at the same time. This can be an issue for some people that are forgetful or have changing lifestyles and may not be able to take them on time. In addition they don't work if you are on antibiotics.

The Patch (Ortho Evra )

This is a patch that is applied to your body on the start of your cycle and left on for 3 weeks. This means it is replaced monthly.

Pros: Great for people that can't remember to take pills daily. From what I've read it has a similar formulation as the pill.

Cons: It's obviously visible depend on the clothing you wear, and although it can get wet and you are able to shower with it, you'll beed to be careful that it doesn't peel off. Also if you're ike me I'm quite allergic to the adhesives on these kind of things like band-aids.

TheVaginal Ring (NuvaRing)

How it Works: This is a ring that is inserted into the vagina from the first day of your cycle - much like a tampon and it stays there for the duration of the month and taken out and replaced monthly.

Pros: Like the patch it is great for people that don't remember to take the pill daily but can still manage a monthly cycle. In addition it is not visible like the patch but provides the same benefits.

Cons: If you are not familiar with inserting tampons etc, it may be a bit difficult at first. Also fishing it out at the end of the month is a similar process. It does not come with a string like tampons so you really need to "dig in" - haha lovely.

The Shot (Depo-Provera)

How it Works: A shot is given in the arm and it provides 3 months worth of birth control.

Pros: Is a little longer lasting then daily and monthly methods.

Cons: You will need to return to the doctor to have the shot given and the obvious con is...needles. urgh.

Implanon / Nexplanon

How it Works: A little plastic tube is implanted into the upper arm which releases hormones and provides you with protection for up to 3 years.

Pros: 3 years worth of protection without having to take or change anything

Cons: Needs to be inserted into the arm, leaving behind a possible scar and also the implantation/removal process may be too much for some to handle. Involves cutting the skin and inserting the tube in.

Copper IUD

How it Works: A little device with a string is inserted into the uterus. This method apparently does not release hormones but has also had some scare stories of the device migrating to areas and creating damage to the body. This method lasts up to 5 years.

Pros: 5 years worth of birth control as well as no hormone changes. Great for hormone sensitive individuals that experience mood swings and changes using hormone based products. Also no effect on fertility as soon as it is removed - some other birth control will require some time for your body to readjust.

Cons: Possible migration of the device causing damage. This is why some people may recommend it to women only after they've had their children, but this is debatable.

Tying your Tubes

How it Works: Surgery to stitch up your tubes which physically stops you from producing eggs into the uterus. This is permanent and is only ever considered when you no longer want to have any more children.

Pros: Permanent

Cons: Requires surgery and irreversible.

Remember to look after your body and keep an eye out carefully when you are trying new birth control methods :)!!

Much love,


Lets get this to 5,000 thumbs up!!! Every Asian parents have grand plans for their kids! Mainly to get good grades in school, avoid dating and do your homework every night! My story is a little bit different, I chose a career path that isn't conventional and I hope my story inspires you to follow your own dreams no matter what your parents expect of you or what they say about your report card!

SK-II believes a woman’s destiny isn’t locked in her DNA and set at birth – it’s something she creates for herself. Whether she’s breaking stereotypes or setting new standards, the SK-II woman knows what she wants and goes for it, even if it means changing her destiny. #changedestiny

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2. Subscribe to the SK-II YouTube Channel:

Much love,


In this video I show you the secret to smaller pores and reveal my top 3 favourite skincare essentials to control your oily skin in summer and dry skin in winter. The best advice is a skincare routine suited to the season. Clear skin is a great base for makeup application and these products ensures that your acne prone, sensitive and combination skin is well looked after throughout the year.

Products Mentioned

ETUDE Sunprise Face & Body Sun Spray SPF50+/PA+++ Sun block

Let me know what your favourite skincare products are :)!!

Much love,


This summer bronze and winter chic makeup looks are perfect for people that get oily skin in summer and dry skin in winter. A great skin care routine will also help your skin behave during the harsh weather! These makeup tutorial uses minimal tools and is perfect for beginners. Whether you have asian eyes, or suffer from acne, I'm sure you'll find something to take away from this makeup tutorial and transformation! At least enjoy the before and afters :)

A great skincare routine suited to the weather can really help your makeup go on smoothly and stay on! For a skin care routine don’t forget to give this video a thumbs up!

Watch Now:


Summer Primers

For summer choose a primer that can mattify your skin as well as has sunscreen in it! This will protect you from the damaging sun raise and help keep your make up from sliding off your face. It will help control the shine. Try some of these primers for summer! I’m using a glowy primer to add some radiance to my face!

Try MAC Prep + Prime Face Protect SPF 50 - 30ml/1oz:

Winter Primers

In winter your skin can get so dry and flakey! This can cause makeup to catch on the edges of your dry skin so try a hydrating primer to help keep your skin moisturised and your makeup moist looking. I’m using this moist pore balm as my base so the makeup goes on so silky smooth.

Try: A'pieu Moisture Pore Cover Balm


Summer Foundation

I’m applying my foundation from the centre of my face then blending it out. There’s no need to apply the same thickness of foundation all over your face. This keeps your foundation light but covers the priority areas like your t zone allowing your natural skin to shine through. I’m using this long wear cushion foundation that is perfect for summer. 

You can even skip the concealer if you can but if you really need it apply the thinnest layer to your problem areas to prevent creasing. I’m using a waterproof concealer formula to help it stay on during the heat.

Try: Innisfree . Long Wear Cushion Spf50:
Try: MAKE UP FOR EVER Full Cover Concealer

Winter Foundation

I’m using a moisturising full coverage foundation. Hydrating formulations are perfect for winter and clean flawless skin looks perfect with the winter makeup hues.

Try: Amore Pacific Iope Air Cushion-xp Cover #21
Try: MAKE UP FOR EVER Full Cover Concealer


Summer Contouring

A light matte powder contour is the perfect texture for summer contouring because it creates a great chiselled look underneath the warm bronzes! I’m contouring underneath the cheekbones, the forehead and my nose! Forehead contours are great if you’re going to wear your hair up.

Try: MAC Sculpting Powder Pro Palette BONE BEIGE

Winter Contouring

Using a stick cream formulation works so well in winter. I’m using a slightly warmer contour shade to warm up the skin tones for winter. I’m blending the lines with a beauty blender into your skin. You don’t want a harsh contour so use your cushion foundation to blend the contour lines in to create a subtle look.

Try: Maybelline New York Fit Me! Oil-Free Stick Foundation, 330 Toffee


Summer Brows

Gel formulations are perfect for summer brows as they don’t budge in the heat! I’m using my favourite eyebrow pomade for this step. Apply this naturally to your brow shape and finish off with a brow gel to keep your hairs in place!

Try: Dipbrow Pomade - Taupe
Try: The Face Shop Lovely MeeX Color My Brow 6ml Grey Brown

Winter Brows

You really can’t go wrong with this combo so I’m doing the same for my winter makeup! This is also the perfect time to play with bold arched brows if you like but I like to keep my brows natural and straight all year round - I’m boring like that!

Try: Dipbrow Pomade - Taupe
Try: The Face Shop Lovely MeeX Color My Brow 6ml Grey Brown

Eye Makeup

Summer Eye Makeup

Apply an eyelid primer to keep your eyeshadow in place through the heat! I’m then using this bright orange gel all over my lids. This is actually designed to be used as blush but the colour looks so good on the lids.
Brighten your eye with a beige pearl gel pencil in your waterline. Beige looks much more natural then a pure white and gel formula’s are so long lasting through the summer heat. I’m also using this pencil to highlight my brow bone. Finish off your eyeshadow by using your bronzer on the outer v and along your lash line. This will add some natural dimension to your eyeshadow. Now use a black gel liner to line your upper waterline for some natural looking definition. Finish off with a brown gel liner on the outer 3rd of your lash line extending out slightly. Apply a slight amount of this on the lower lash line.

Finish off by curling your lashes and applying a dark brown waterproof mascara! Eyelash extensions are also a great way to take you through the summer as you can avoid applying mascara and have it smear on you. I have them on now but half of them have fallen off as you can see!


A'Pieu Blushing Mousse CR01 Try:
theBalm Desert, 6.39 g.
Clio Black Gen Pencil Liner:
Clio Beige Gel Pencil Liner:
Clio Brown Gel Pencil Liner:
Shiseido Eyelash Curler:
Innisfree Skinny Waterproof Microcara Brown:

Winter Eye Makeup

I’m going to be doing a very neutral and matt look on the eyes for winter. Apply a skin coloured matte powder all over your lids for a great base. Now apply a highlight shade to our brow bone. Using a transition colour I’m applying this to the crease. Taking a darker matt brown I’m applying this to the outer lash line and lower lash line for some definition. Using a liquid liner I’m drawing a slight winged liner. I love this clean eyeliner look with bold lips.
Finish off my curling your lashes and applying a black mascara.

Products I used:

Napoleon Nude Eyes Lips Cheeks Pallette. Try:
theBalm Schwing Liquid Eyeliner, Black
Shiseido Eyelash Curler:
CoverGirl LashBlastFusion Mascara Very Black


Summer Cheeks

Apply a bonzer to your cheeks blending up to your temples. You can also brush this on your forehead or over the top of your nose for a sunburnt effect. Apply a highlighter to your cheekbones and brow bone. I love this blowy look for summer it really makes our skin come alive

Try: Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder 5g
Try: theBalm Desert:
Try: The Balm Mary-lou Manizer Aka The Luminizer Shimmer, Highlighter

Winter Cheeks

Cream blush is perfect for winter because it looks so moist and beautiful. I’m applying this dusty rose shade on the apples of my cheeks blending up. Apply it a bit stronger then you’d like. Tone it down with your cc cream. This will make you look like you’re naturally flushing underneath your skin. Such an amazing effect.

Try: Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge For Lips And Cheeks Rose 0.13 oz


Summer Lip Makeup

I’m apply this tinted balm on my lips to give it  a natural flush. Then using a bright pink liquid lipstick I’m apply it to the centre then dabbing it out. Blur your lip like with some foundation if you want softer lips. The bright pink looks surprisingly good with the rest of the orange colours.

Christian Dior Dior Addict Lip Glow Color Awakening Lip Balm SPF
Dior Addict Lip Maximizer ( Collagen Activ Lipgloss ) - 6ml/0.2oz

Winter Lip Makeup

Burgundy and red lips look amazing and chic in winter. I’m applying a burgundy lipliner all over my lips then applying this beautiful rose shade on top. If you want to add a bit of drama apply a dark burgundy tint.

This summer bronze and winter chic makeup looks are perfect for people that get oily skin in summer and dry skin in winter. A great skin care routine will also help your skin behave during the harsh weather! These makeup tutorial uses minimal tools and is perfect for beginners. Whether you have asian eyes, or suffer from acne, I'm sure you'll find something to take away from this makeup tutorial and transformation! At least enjoy the before and afters :)


Its Skin baby Face Lip Liner #01 Try:
[Etude House] Dear My Wish Lips-Talk 3.5g BE102 Goodness Beige

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Much love,

Wengie :)