Peach C Peach Cotton Blusher in Peony P Cheek | Review

Happy holidays guys! How did you celebrate?

Anyway, it’s not often I get sent makeup to review because most of the time I buy them myself. But when I do, I get a different kind of excitement. After all, it was makeup that pulled me into the world of beauty blogging. So when I received a blush from Peach C thru Charis Celeb, I took my time in using it, paring it with different cheek products. Now let me get to my review. Continue reading

A Fun Thanksgiving Fair to Remember by Ever Bilena with Makeup Swatches

Since I started blogging, I never thought I’d get invited to any beauty event. I mean I was happy to have attended a few product launches by Asian brands but a famous local makeup brand? I still couldn’t believe it up to now. Last November 20, 2019, Thursday, I was invited by Ms. Liz Lanuzo and the Project Vanity team Ever Bilena’s thanksgiving party in Makati from which I was able to take home a few items. Continue reading

My 3CE Haul From StyleKorean

I recently took advantage of the 3CE sale in StyleKorean last month where everything was at 50% off. I had a lot in my wishlist and I actually feel relieved now that I think about it because most were already sold out by the time I had checked out my cart.

Continue reading to know which products and shades I got. Continue reading

3CE Take A Layer Multi Pot in Cabbage Rose | Review

Let me put this makeup review up as a break from all the skincare reviews I’ve flooded you all. It’s still from a korean brand but hey, at least it’s a form of makeup!

I have, for today, one of 3CE’s most talked about product to review. 3CE or 3 Concept Eyes is the makeup brand of the korean fashion label, Stylenanda. One of my regrets when I went to Korea last 2017 was miss out on visiting the Stylenanda Pink Hotel in Myeongdong. Anyway, let me talk about more of the Take a Layer Multi Pot in Cabbage Rose. Continue reading

Five Things for Friday No.2: Makeup I Plan to Pan

After much deliberation, hesitation and overthinking, I have finally decided which makeup and palettes in my collection I want to pan on this year — or at least empty some pans in the palette. The point is, I want to hit pan on a couple of these items because the last few times that happened, it has always been a pressed powder foundation. And to be honest, I’ve never experienced hitting pan on a palette. Continue reading