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Hello, gorgeousness! I know I don't talk a lot about makeup anymore on this blog but I still wear them and they're forever my happy place. I actually saw KathleenLights do this on her YouTube channel and she was inspired by watching Jamie Paige's video. So huge thanks to these beauty queens and Julia Adams (who started the trend first) for this brilliant idea!

Today I will be sharing my top 3 favourites (as of right now) in every makeup category that are purse-friendly (sort of) and mostly drugstore. Being a bargain girl from Malaysia, I am pretty sure some of the products I talk about won't be available elsewhere so I apologise in advance! Let's jump right in and talk about makeup.

Primer

I don't have a lot of favourites when it comes to primer because I am really particular about it. I love a good pore-filling primer and they're a lot at the drugstore but mostly not my fav. But I still have to pick 3 of my faves though.

  1. Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser - My all-time favourite when it comes to drugstore primer. It does what it says. It fills in pores and gives off a smooth base. Not exactly a dupe for the Benefit Porefessional but you can't complain especially about the price.
  2. Rimmel Stay Matte Primer - This one, on the other hand, is amazing to keep my shine at bay. The lasting power is impressive on my oily skin. It feels lightweight on my skin and my makeup looks great after hours of wear.
  3. Tarte Timeless Smoothing Primer - I have gotta say this was heavily influenced by Tati but she's not wrong though. This is really good if you have large pores. It really gives off that softer and smoother base, pores and fine lines are substantially diffused. Really great product.

Foundation

In my very personal opinion, the brand that takes the cake for the best foundation at the drugstore goes to Maybelline and L'oreal. They put out great products at affordable prices but to each their own.
 
  1. Maybelline Superstay 24H Full Coverage Foundation - One of the best foundations at the drugstore! It outperforms most high-end foundations. The coverage is spot on, no second layer is needed and it's giving me a good makeup day every time!
  2. L'oreal Paris Infallible 24H Fresh Wear Foundation - This is actually more mid-range rather than actual drugstore prices but I don't mind. It has good coverage, is lightweight, long-lasting and it also has this dewy and healthy-looking skin finish to it. Good for everyday wear. If I can talk bad about this foundation, it has to be the scent.
  3. Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Foundation - Super weightless, comfortable on the skin, and a little goes a long way. One of the best luxe foundations with great coverage, skin-like finish, blends seamlessly, is lightweight and has SPF.

Concealer

This category is going to be hard because I tried a lot of concealers in my life to search for the best ones for me. After all, a good concealer is an essential part of my makeup game. I have had several life-changing moments with concealers alone. I will try to keep it short and sweet for this one!

  1. Tarte Shape Tape Concealer - Does the Shape Tape need any introduction? This is the game-changer, right here. The formula is super iconic, it offers full coverage and doesn't accentuate fine lines that much. It does look thick in consistency but it blends like a dream and I love that airbrushed finish it gives me. Such a winner when it comes to covering blemishes and dark under-eye circles.
  2. Too Faced Born This Way Concealer - I was gonna put the Nars creamy concealer but I think I love this one more as I get more product and more shade range to try with this concealer. If you're looking for full coverage, hydrating and something that will give you the illusion of 8 hours of sleep, then this is for you.
  3. Maybelline Fit Me Concealer - I have been using this one constantly as of recent and I forgot how much I used to love it. It's really nice on the skin. Very skin-like finish but still offer a good amount of coverage. I really want to put her sister, which is the Age Rewind concealer but I haven't used that one since 2019! So, Fit Me it is. 

Powder

Mattifying powders are a must in my makeup routine, although I must say it's nice to have all the dew and glow, my oily skin says otherwise. I need a powder that can lock and set everything that's on my face for at least 6 hours.

  1. W7 Banana Dreams Loose Powder - This has been my favourite loose setting powder for over a year and it's really good. It's finely milled with a slight yellow hue to brighten up the under-eye area without making it look flat. It works amazing and it's super cheap. 
  2. IN2IT Cover Smooth Loose Powder - I have repurchased this so many times because it's a really stunning powder that doesn't cake up and sets weirdly when I am baking with it. It has a very slight sheen to it which I love so I don't look overall flat.
  3. Innisfree No Sebum Moisture Powder - Works just as well as the regular No Sebum powder but this one obviously has a slight tint to it. It doesn't really change the colour of my skin though. I think this formula is better for a combination/ oily skin. 

Eyebrows

I think this one took me the longest to master. I have experienced quite a few embarrassing moments with my brows but let's not talk about that. It's much better now and that's what matters the most, right?

  1. Maybelline Fashion Brow Eyebrow Pencil - Pencils are my forte and this is one of the easiest brow pencils to use for your brow because of how creamy it is yet the tip is still dense and will not melt off or crack. I like it a lot but the brush on the end is a no-go for me. 
  2. Maybelline Brow Precise Fiber Volumizer Eyebrow Mascara - My favourite eyebrow gel that has a bunch of fibres in it to help thicken my natural brow hairs as well as set them to place. I find the spoon and tapered applicator really provides a precise and no-mess application.
  3. Silkygirl Expert Brow Slim Liner - I love this one and I have repurchased this so many times as well. It's cheap, it's skinny, has a great formula and is retractable. Perfect all-around. 

Bronzer/ Contour

I grouped these two in one category because I don't really contour. If I do, it's mainly my nose and cupid's bow. I think with bronzers it's easy for me to not be so precise with it rather than contouring.

  1. Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk'r Instant Warmth Bronzer - The best powder bronzer ever that's never patchy and blends like a dream! The formula is hard to mess up and can we talk about the shade ranges? It's phenomenal and no matter what shade you are, you will never look ashy or oompa loompa-ish. So good!
  2. Physician's Formula Butter Bronzer - For a classic cult favourite, the Physician's Formula Butter Bronzer is heaven-sent. Fun fact: I used to hate it because it breaks me out due to its heavy coconutty scent so I had to stop using it. I am fine with it now and it's my fave! It's buttery soft, hence the name. It's not a matte bronzer, it has a pearly and radiant finish to it. It never skips and blends seamlessly. 
  3. Maybelline Fashion Brow 3D Brow and Nose Palette - I mainly use the contour powder here. It's really good for nose contouring. I find the contour shade so natural and perfect on me. It's not too ashy, not too warm. 

Blush

I am a blush fanatic. I don't understand why some people don't like it. It brings back life to your face and makes you blush. Maybe some people are already blessed with rosy pink cheeks and blush seems excessive. You do you, boo. 

  1. Catrice Blush Box Water + Sweatproof Blush - I think this is one of the best drugstore blushes to ever exist! I love the shade Nude Peach. It's long-lasting, the colour is so flattering, it's buttery soft and it has a slight radiance finish.  
  2. Maybelline Fit Me Blush - If you like satin finish blushes, you should check out Maybelline. My favourite shade is Wine. The pigmentation is superb but it doesn't last as long as the Catrice Blush. This one wears off like nobody's business especially if you touch your face a lot. 
  3. MAC Mineralize Blush - Everybody and their mother love MAC's blushes. Excuse me, what? Warm Soul? A classic! That and Dainty are my faves. Super flattering on the skin. Almost undetectable. Such a great formulation.

Highlight

Highlighters are probably my huge favourite. I am all about that glowy highlight. I love it when I tilt my head back or to the side and I can see that shiny cheekbone of mine. I am obsessed!

  1. TheBalm Mary Lou-Manizer - This highlighter has been around forever. It's definitely a cult favourite among many, and for good reason too. This highlight is not the shy type of highlight. No, no, no. It's definitely the stand out in the crowd type of highlight. 
  2. MAC Soft & Gentle - Another gorgeous highlight and another cult favourite. This one is so versatile as it is suitable for very natural makeup as well as a super glam look. Although I can kind of see tiny glitters poking through when I use it, I can't deny it's gorgeous and blinding.
  3. Colourpop Wisp - If you have medium tanned skin like yours truly, please get this highlight from Colourpop. It blends so seamlessly and it gives you that wet, juicy and blinding (how many times can I say "blinding" in this blog post?) highlight. Ugh, I am all about that life!

Eyeshadow Palette

When it comes to eyeshadow palettes, I don't know why I like to splurge on them. The only thing I could think of is probably their quality. Don't get me wrong, we have so many great options at the drugstore too but what I am trying to say is I keep coming back to my pricey palettes. I am more inspired by them. 

  1. ABH Soft Glam Eyeshadow Palette - It's the palette I am reaching non-stop. That's it. You don't need to hear the rest. Although I must say this is a must-have in your makeup collection if you want neutrals that are smokin' hot and ideal from day to night looks. Great formulation, great pigmentation, easy to blend and stunning shades.
  2. Urban Decay Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette - I love this one dearly. I would consider it as a gift from my sister because she bought it for me while she went to her husband's hometown. She's a blessing! Anyway, the mattes in here have such a silky smooth texture that blends easily, the glitters are definitely stunning and stay put all day. Such a gorgeous plum with cranberry tones that I can wear every day. 
  3. Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette - Oh my first Naked palette. This was way back when I am obsessed with warm tones and I thought this palette was everything I need. I am still obsessed with it and play with it every other day though. Great formulation, excellent pigmentation and long-lasting even without an eyeshadow primer. 

One and done/ Topper/ Liquid eyeshadow

I think it's nice to mention some of my favourite "one and done" or eyeshadow toppers as well since we're already talking about eyeshadow and stuff.

  1. Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Eyeshadow - If I need to look as if I am trying my best to look presentable, I put my trust in one of these Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights. Other than it makes me look like I put in an effort, the application saves me a lot of time. Just tap, pat and boom I am done. 
  2. Stila Glitter and Glow Liquid Eyeshadow - I can't get enough of glitters because I just want to leave a bit of sparkle everywhere I go. Anyway, this purchase was also influenced by Tati on Youtube because I trust her recommendations. With this one though, it's great as a topper but not as a "one-and-done" because the formula can be a little skippy and patchy. 
  3. IN2IT Sparkling Eyeshadow - This one, however, is phenomenal. It's a liquid shadow that dries down like a powder shadow. I am actually pleasantly surprised by the formula and it doesn't crease too. Definitely a hidden gem.

Eyeliner 

Winged liner is still in trend, right? If I am lazy enough to do my eyeshadow, I'll always have winged liner on. And the best kind of eyeliner is definitely the hairbrush ones. I don't know why I don't have that much luck with felt tip eyeliner. 

  1. Maybelline HyperSharp Power Black Liner - I will always have a backup ready in my stockpile for this one because I just don't want to run out of my HyperSharp Liner. It's so good! I get the perfect winged liner every time with this. The tip is so super thin which allows you to create a crisp and precise liner. It's also waterproof and it doesn't bleed. My HG, obviously.
  2. IN2IT Hair Brush Eyeliner Pen - Another favourite of mine and hairbrush liner option for you. I have said before that IN2IT has made some killer eye products and their eyeliner is one of them. I love that their eyeliner is not so intensely pigmented. I can create a very soft looking winged liner with it. There are days where I want to look effortless and have a very "soft girl" vibe and this is my best friend. 
  3. Maybelline Colossal Kajal Eyeliner - A wonderful product if you love tightlining your eyes. I love to tightline because I don't like to see that gap between the lashes, y'know what I mean? The tip of this crayon-like liner is just the right size to tightline and I have never poked my eyeballs with it. 

Mascara 

Mascaras can get pretty expensive be it in the drugstore or high-end store. And it's something you have to replace every 3 months, I am not spending a hundred bucks for this. But there are definitely a few that I have made an exception with. 

  1. Maybelline Lash Sensational - If you have been reading my blog then you know this is my HG drugstore mascara. It does a freaking great job lifts, curls and volumises my lashes. It doesn't flake, doesn't clump my lashes, and it separates them beautifully to give them length, volume and curl. It really is bomb-ass mascara. 
  2. L'oreal Lash Paradise - I used to have a love-hate relationship with this mascara. I think it's great in terms of volumizing, it makes me look like I have tons of lashes, and it's long-wearing. However, I can get all of that with my Lash Sensational. After I gave some more try with it, I think I like it when I am in need of those "spidery" lashes, y'know? It makes the lashes look thick and now I can't seem to part ways with it. 
  3. IN2IT Lash Define With Fibre Mascara - I can get super duper lengthy and black lashes with this. This is like my every day at home kind of mascara. The formula is quite heavy and has the tendency to weigh my lashes down. It's alright. I love it for daily wear and it's super cheap. 

Lipstick

Lipstick usually helps tie the entire look so it's such a staple in most people's collections. With this one, I have so many to talk about because my lipstick collection is quite unhealthy. Blame all the impulse buys from the past.

  1. MAC Velvet Teddy Matte Lipstick - I am miserable without my Velvet Teddy. I love this so much, I keep coming back to it. It's one of the most comfortable matte lipsticks I own and the shade is very basic, I know. However, this is every girls' best friend. We all have it in our purse, right?
  2. Palladio Casey Holmes Matte Liquid Lip Colour in Rescue - I got this from my sister's collection. I did some shopping from her makeup collection earlier this year and this one speaks to me. I don't have this grey-ish taupe sort of colour in my collection. This shade is so versatile. The way I like to wear it is to apply just a little bit on the centre of my lips and even it out with my fingers and voila! A very muted pinky taupe lip. It's so interesting, it's playing with my mind! And it's super matte and long-wearing.
  3. Maybelline Powder Mattes in Toasted Brown - One word: STUNNING. The shade Toasted Brown is super flattering in almost all skin tones. It's my perfect nude shade. So comfortable on the lips, not so long-wearing but it leaves a stunning tint when it wears off. 

And that's a wrap! Phew, what a long entry. If you still stick with me till the end, thank you so much! I hope you find this helpful and I would love to do this again in the future. Have a great one xx

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  • Saturday, July 24, 2021

My Top 3 Products in Every Makeup Category


Hello, gorgeousness! I know I don't talk a lot about makeup anymore on this blog but I still wear them and they're forever my happy place. I actually saw KathleenLights do this on her YouTube channel and she was inspired by watching Jamie Paige's video. So huge thanks to these beauty queens and Julia Adams (who started the trend first) for this brilliant idea!

Today I will be sharing my top 3 favourites (as of right now) in every makeup category that are purse-friendly (sort of) and mostly drugstore. Being a bargain girl from Malaysia, I am pretty sure some of the products I talk about won't be available elsewhere so I apologise in advance! Let's jump right in and talk about makeup.

Primer

I don't have a lot of favourites when it comes to primer because I am really particular about it. I love a good pore-filling primer and they're a lot at the drugstore but mostly not my fav. But I still have to pick 3 of my faves though.

  1. Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser - My all-time favourite when it comes to drugstore primer. It does what it says. It fills in pores and gives off a smooth base. Not exactly a dupe for the Benefit Porefessional but you can't complain especially about the price.
  2. Rimmel Stay Matte Primer - This one, on the other hand, is amazing to keep my shine at bay. The lasting power is impressive on my oily skin. It feels lightweight on my skin and my makeup looks great after hours of wear.
  3. Tarte Timeless Smoothing Primer - I have gotta say this was heavily influenced by Tati but she's not wrong though. This is really good if you have large pores. It really gives off that softer and smoother base, pores and fine lines are substantially diffused. Really great product.

Foundation

In my very personal opinion, the brand that takes the cake for the best foundation at the drugstore goes to Maybelline and L'oreal. They put out great products at affordable prices but to each their own.
 
  1. Maybelline Superstay 24H Full Coverage Foundation - One of the best foundations at the drugstore! It outperforms most high-end foundations. The coverage is spot on, no second layer is needed and it's giving me a good makeup day every time!
  2. L'oreal Paris Infallible 24H Fresh Wear Foundation - This is actually more mid-range rather than actual drugstore prices but I don't mind. It has good coverage, is lightweight, long-lasting and it also has this dewy and healthy-looking skin finish to it. Good for everyday wear. If I can talk bad about this foundation, it has to be the scent.
  3. Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Foundation - Super weightless, comfortable on the skin, and a little goes a long way. One of the best luxe foundations with great coverage, skin-like finish, blends seamlessly, is lightweight and has SPF.

Concealer

This category is going to be hard because I tried a lot of concealers in my life to search for the best ones for me. After all, a good concealer is an essential part of my makeup game. I have had several life-changing moments with concealers alone. I will try to keep it short and sweet for this one!

  1. Tarte Shape Tape Concealer - Does the Shape Tape need any introduction? This is the game-changer, right here. The formula is super iconic, it offers full coverage and doesn't accentuate fine lines that much. It does look thick in consistency but it blends like a dream and I love that airbrushed finish it gives me. Such a winner when it comes to covering blemishes and dark under-eye circles.
  2. Too Faced Born This Way Concealer - I was gonna put the Nars creamy concealer but I think I love this one more as I get more product and more shade range to try with this concealer. If you're looking for full coverage, hydrating and something that will give you the illusion of 8 hours of sleep, then this is for you.
  3. Maybelline Fit Me Concealer - I have been using this one constantly as of recent and I forgot how much I used to love it. It's really nice on the skin. Very skin-like finish but still offer a good amount of coverage. I really want to put her sister, which is the Age Rewind concealer but I haven't used that one since 2019! So, Fit Me it is. 

Powder

Mattifying powders are a must in my makeup routine, although I must say it's nice to have all the dew and glow, my oily skin says otherwise. I need a powder that can lock and set everything that's on my face for at least 6 hours.

  1. W7 Banana Dreams Loose Powder - This has been my favourite loose setting powder for over a year and it's really good. It's finely milled with a slight yellow hue to brighten up the under-eye area without making it look flat. It works amazing and it's super cheap. 
  2. IN2IT Cover Smooth Loose Powder - I have repurchased this so many times because it's a really stunning powder that doesn't cake up and sets weirdly when I am baking with it. It has a very slight sheen to it which I love so I don't look overall flat.
  3. Innisfree No Sebum Moisture Powder - Works just as well as the regular No Sebum powder but this one obviously has a slight tint to it. It doesn't really change the colour of my skin though. I think this formula is better for a combination/ oily skin. 

Eyebrows

I think this one took me the longest to master. I have experienced quite a few embarrassing moments with my brows but let's not talk about that. It's much better now and that's what matters the most, right?

  1. Maybelline Fashion Brow Eyebrow Pencil - Pencils are my forte and this is one of the easiest brow pencils to use for your brow because of how creamy it is yet the tip is still dense and will not melt off or crack. I like it a lot but the brush on the end is a no-go for me. 
  2. Maybelline Brow Precise Fiber Volumizer Eyebrow Mascara - My favourite eyebrow gel that has a bunch of fibres in it to help thicken my natural brow hairs as well as set them to place. I find the spoon and tapered applicator really provides a precise and no-mess application.
  3. Silkygirl Expert Brow Slim Liner - I love this one and I have repurchased this so many times as well. It's cheap, it's skinny, has a great formula and is retractable. Perfect all-around. 

Bronzer/ Contour

I grouped these two in one category because I don't really contour. If I do, it's mainly my nose and cupid's bow. I think with bronzers it's easy for me to not be so precise with it rather than contouring.

  1. Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk'r Instant Warmth Bronzer - The best powder bronzer ever that's never patchy and blends like a dream! The formula is hard to mess up and can we talk about the shade ranges? It's phenomenal and no matter what shade you are, you will never look ashy or oompa loompa-ish. So good!
  2. Physician's Formula Butter Bronzer - For a classic cult favourite, the Physician's Formula Butter Bronzer is heaven-sent. Fun fact: I used to hate it because it breaks me out due to its heavy coconutty scent so I had to stop using it. I am fine with it now and it's my fave! It's buttery soft, hence the name. It's not a matte bronzer, it has a pearly and radiant finish to it. It never skips and blends seamlessly. 
  3. Maybelline Fashion Brow 3D Brow and Nose Palette - I mainly use the contour powder here. It's really good for nose contouring. I find the contour shade so natural and perfect on me. It's not too ashy, not too warm. 

Blush

I am a blush fanatic. I don't understand why some people don't like it. It brings back life to your face and makes you blush. Maybe some people are already blessed with rosy pink cheeks and blush seems excessive. You do you, boo. 

  1. Catrice Blush Box Water + Sweatproof Blush - I think this is one of the best drugstore blushes to ever exist! I love the shade Nude Peach. It's long-lasting, the colour is so flattering, it's buttery soft and it has a slight radiance finish.  
  2. Maybelline Fit Me Blush - If you like satin finish blushes, you should check out Maybelline. My favourite shade is Wine. The pigmentation is superb but it doesn't last as long as the Catrice Blush. This one wears off like nobody's business especially if you touch your face a lot. 
  3. MAC Mineralize Blush - Everybody and their mother love MAC's blushes. Excuse me, what? Warm Soul? A classic! That and Dainty are my faves. Super flattering on the skin. Almost undetectable. Such a great formulation.

Highlight

Highlighters are probably my huge favourite. I am all about that glowy highlight. I love it when I tilt my head back or to the side and I can see that shiny cheekbone of mine. I am obsessed!

  1. TheBalm Mary Lou-Manizer - This highlighter has been around forever. It's definitely a cult favourite among many, and for good reason too. This highlight is not the shy type of highlight. No, no, no. It's definitely the stand out in the crowd type of highlight. 
  2. MAC Soft & Gentle - Another gorgeous highlight and another cult favourite. This one is so versatile as it is suitable for very natural makeup as well as a super glam look. Although I can kind of see tiny glitters poking through when I use it, I can't deny it's gorgeous and blinding.
  3. Colourpop Wisp - If you have medium tanned skin like yours truly, please get this highlight from Colourpop. It blends so seamlessly and it gives you that wet, juicy and blinding (how many times can I say "blinding" in this blog post?) highlight. Ugh, I am all about that life!

Eyeshadow Palette

When it comes to eyeshadow palettes, I don't know why I like to splurge on them. The only thing I could think of is probably their quality. Don't get me wrong, we have so many great options at the drugstore too but what I am trying to say is I keep coming back to my pricey palettes. I am more inspired by them. 

  1. ABH Soft Glam Eyeshadow Palette - It's the palette I am reaching non-stop. That's it. You don't need to hear the rest. Although I must say this is a must-have in your makeup collection if you want neutrals that are smokin' hot and ideal from day to night looks. Great formulation, great pigmentation, easy to blend and stunning shades.
  2. Urban Decay Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette - I love this one dearly. I would consider it as a gift from my sister because she bought it for me while she went to her husband's hometown. She's a blessing! Anyway, the mattes in here have such a silky smooth texture that blends easily, the glitters are definitely stunning and stay put all day. Such a gorgeous plum with cranberry tones that I can wear every day. 
  3. Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette - Oh my first Naked palette. This was way back when I am obsessed with warm tones and I thought this palette was everything I need. I am still obsessed with it and play with it every other day though. Great formulation, excellent pigmentation and long-lasting even without an eyeshadow primer. 

One and done/ Topper/ Liquid eyeshadow

I think it's nice to mention some of my favourite "one and done" or eyeshadow toppers as well since we're already talking about eyeshadow and stuff.

  1. Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights Eyeshadow - If I need to look as if I am trying my best to look presentable, I put my trust in one of these Pixi Liquid Fairy Lights. Other than it makes me look like I put in an effort, the application saves me a lot of time. Just tap, pat and boom I am done. 
  2. Stila Glitter and Glow Liquid Eyeshadow - I can't get enough of glitters because I just want to leave a bit of sparkle everywhere I go. Anyway, this purchase was also influenced by Tati on Youtube because I trust her recommendations. With this one though, it's great as a topper but not as a "one-and-done" because the formula can be a little skippy and patchy. 
  3. IN2IT Sparkling Eyeshadow - This one, however, is phenomenal. It's a liquid shadow that dries down like a powder shadow. I am actually pleasantly surprised by the formula and it doesn't crease too. Definitely a hidden gem.

Eyeliner 

Winged liner is still in trend, right? If I am lazy enough to do my eyeshadow, I'll always have winged liner on. And the best kind of eyeliner is definitely the hairbrush ones. I don't know why I don't have that much luck with felt tip eyeliner. 

  1. Maybelline HyperSharp Power Black Liner - I will always have a backup ready in my stockpile for this one because I just don't want to run out of my HyperSharp Liner. It's so good! I get the perfect winged liner every time with this. The tip is so super thin which allows you to create a crisp and precise liner. It's also waterproof and it doesn't bleed. My HG, obviously.
  2. IN2IT Hair Brush Eyeliner Pen - Another favourite of mine and hairbrush liner option for you. I have said before that IN2IT has made some killer eye products and their eyeliner is one of them. I love that their eyeliner is not so intensely pigmented. I can create a very soft looking winged liner with it. There are days where I want to look effortless and have a very "soft girl" vibe and this is my best friend. 
  3. Maybelline Colossal Kajal Eyeliner - A wonderful product if you love tightlining your eyes. I love to tightline because I don't like to see that gap between the lashes, y'know what I mean? The tip of this crayon-like liner is just the right size to tightline and I have never poked my eyeballs with it. 

Mascara 

Mascaras can get pretty expensive be it in the drugstore or high-end store. And it's something you have to replace every 3 months, I am not spending a hundred bucks for this. But there are definitely a few that I have made an exception with. 

  1. Maybelline Lash Sensational - If you have been reading my blog then you know this is my HG drugstore mascara. It does a freaking great job lifts, curls and volumises my lashes. It doesn't flake, doesn't clump my lashes, and it separates them beautifully to give them length, volume and curl. It really is bomb-ass mascara. 
  2. L'oreal Lash Paradise - I used to have a love-hate relationship with this mascara. I think it's great in terms of volumizing, it makes me look like I have tons of lashes, and it's long-wearing. However, I can get all of that with my Lash Sensational. After I gave some more try with it, I think I like it when I am in need of those "spidery" lashes, y'know? It makes the lashes look thick and now I can't seem to part ways with it. 
  3. IN2IT Lash Define With Fibre Mascara - I can get super duper lengthy and black lashes with this. This is like my every day at home kind of mascara. The formula is quite heavy and has the tendency to weigh my lashes down. It's alright. I love it for daily wear and it's super cheap. 

Lipstick

Lipstick usually helps tie the entire look so it's such a staple in most people's collections. With this one, I have so many to talk about because my lipstick collection is quite unhealthy. Blame all the impulse buys from the past.

  1. MAC Velvet Teddy Matte Lipstick - I am miserable without my Velvet Teddy. I love this so much, I keep coming back to it. It's one of the most comfortable matte lipsticks I own and the shade is very basic, I know. However, this is every girls' best friend. We all have it in our purse, right?
  2. Palladio Casey Holmes Matte Liquid Lip Colour in Rescue - I got this from my sister's collection. I did some shopping from her makeup collection earlier this year and this one speaks to me. I don't have this grey-ish taupe sort of colour in my collection. This shade is so versatile. The way I like to wear it is to apply just a little bit on the centre of my lips and even it out with my fingers and voila! A very muted pinky taupe lip. It's so interesting, it's playing with my mind! And it's super matte and long-wearing.
  3. Maybelline Powder Mattes in Toasted Brown - One word: STUNNING. The shade Toasted Brown is super flattering in almost all skin tones. It's my perfect nude shade. So comfortable on the lips, not so long-wearing but it leaves a stunning tint when it wears off. 

And that's a wrap! Phew, what a long entry. If you still stick with me till the end, thank you so much! I hope you find this helpful and I would love to do this again in the future. Have a great one xx

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Would you do this on your blog? What's your favourite makeup category? 

Well, hello there. It's been a crazy few weeks for me and I am still processing things in my head, that's why it took me this long to have my Five Things in June post up on the blog. So many things going on behind the scenes with my career, the blog and my personal life. It's almost overwhelming but we're not here to discuss any of that, yet.

Anyway, I hope everyone was having a blast in June, here are my Five Things that made me happy in June and I am grateful for them (better late than never, baby!)

1. All vaxxed up!

Your girl is officially microchipped! Just kidding. If you didn't know, I got my second dose of the COVID vaccine on June 20 and that's that. I already got my digital certificate with me and my vaccine card is all stamped. I have shared my overall experience of getting the vaccine on this post and go ahead and read that if you haven't already.

2. June's bullet journal flip through

Notes: I spent a little less in June because I was highly generous with my expenses in May. And my low-buy/ no-spend was and still is going strong. I was pretty good at doing my PM routine last month as well. Yay me!

Notes: My sleep pattern was all over the place last month.  I was going through some things and the vaccine side effects were really the cherry on top of everything. 

3. The Korean exfoliating mitt

I have seen this all over Instagram and Tik Tok and I decided it's time to give it a try myself. Yes, this time I have fallen into the “Tik Tok made me buy it” rabbit hole. Anyway, let me tell you that this exfoliating mitt is a game-changer!!! I kid you not, where has this been my entire life?

My skin feels so freaking soft, I feel like a newborn baby. I am gonna have everyone feel my skin now. It's freaking smooth. My regular loofah could never! I am sorry but I am ditching my The Body Shop loofah for this. This is incredible for RM5! Your skin will love you. No ingrown hairs for weeks! I am so glad I watched that random video at 1 in the morning. I highly, highly recommend it. 

4. Tati Westbrook is back on YouTube!

It took one whole year but Tati is back you guys!! I think my life is much better now, the world feels better! I honestly never thought this day would come, but she's here. My one and only beauty guru that I trust and look up to most of the time and will go out of my way to buy all of her recommendations. 

I am just glad she didn't take her time to address all of the drama and lawsuits happening because all that matters is that she's back and better than ever. I just want to have a weekly beauty talk with her and I finally get it again. What a time to be alive.

5. Pretty shades of nail polishes


Very summer-inspired. If you know me, you know that these are not really my colours. I am a more nude and muted gal all year round if you will. But I don't know what's up with all the changes in me recently. I kind of dig these bright and pastel shades on my nails. They're so bright and actually so pretty! It makes me smile a lot. 

What are the things that made you happy in June?

Five Things In June 2021


Well, hello there. It's been a crazy few weeks for me and I am still processing things in my head, that's why it took me this long to have my Five Things in June post up on the blog. So many things going on behind the scenes with my career, the blog and my personal life. It's almost overwhelming but we're not here to discuss any of that, yet.

Anyway, I hope everyone was having a blast in June, here are my Five Things that made me happy in June and I am grateful for them (better late than never, baby!)

1. All vaxxed up!

Your girl is officially microchipped! Just kidding. If you didn't know, I got my second dose of the COVID vaccine on June 20 and that's that. I already got my digital certificate with me and my vaccine card is all stamped. I have shared my overall experience of getting the vaccine on this post and go ahead and read that if you haven't already.

2. June's bullet journal flip through

Notes: I spent a little less in June because I was highly generous with my expenses in May. And my low-buy/ no-spend was and still is going strong. I was pretty good at doing my PM routine last month as well. Yay me!

Notes: My sleep pattern was all over the place last month.  I was going through some things and the vaccine side effects were really the cherry on top of everything. 

3. The Korean exfoliating mitt

I have seen this all over Instagram and Tik Tok and I decided it's time to give it a try myself. Yes, this time I have fallen into the “Tik Tok made me buy it” rabbit hole. Anyway, let me tell you that this exfoliating mitt is a game-changer!!! I kid you not, where has this been my entire life?

My skin feels so freaking soft, I feel like a newborn baby. I am gonna have everyone feel my skin now. It's freaking smooth. My regular loofah could never! I am sorry but I am ditching my The Body Shop loofah for this. This is incredible for RM5! Your skin will love you. No ingrown hairs for weeks! I am so glad I watched that random video at 1 in the morning. I highly, highly recommend it. 

4. Tati Westbrook is back on YouTube!

It took one whole year but Tati is back you guys!! I think my life is much better now, the world feels better! I honestly never thought this day would come, but she's here. My one and only beauty guru that I trust and look up to most of the time and will go out of my way to buy all of her recommendations. 

I am just glad she didn't take her time to address all of the drama and lawsuits happening because all that matters is that she's back and better than ever. I just want to have a weekly beauty talk with her and I finally get it again. What a time to be alive.

5. Pretty shades of nail polishes


Very summer-inspired. If you know me, you know that these are not really my colours. I am a more nude and muted gal all year round if you will. But I don't know what's up with all the changes in me recently. I kind of dig these bright and pastel shades on my nails. They're so bright and actually so pretty! It makes me smile a lot. 

What are the things that made you happy in June?

This is a story of me becoming a lifestyle blogger. 

Back in my early days of blogging, I posted quite a lot of beauty-related articles that in 2019, I had the urge to tell the whole wide world that beauty blogging is meant for me. I mean, it's my dream to run a beauty blog (and I have one) and product reviews, as well as beauty talks, are the bread-and-butter of this blog. What could possibly be wrong?

Well, for starters, I have lost my beauty blogging mojo. I am still interested in makeup products in general but to blog about it? It's different now. The community is well saturated. I feel like there's not enough place for me anymore.

Second, COVID took over the world and the season of staying-in began. I know that's a terrible excuse but in all honesty, that's when I knew I had to change path. The pandemic didn't only force many businesses to shut down but also to revamp their businesses. As far as bloggers, it's thriving and some of us have to evolve our niches.

As a creature of habit, change terrifies me. I mean, I went from talking about why I love makeup to blog about my favourite self-care rituals, from those new makeup products I just got to bullet journaling. It's their time to shine and I am glad I took the plunge. 

Please don't mind me saying the word evolve or evolving too much on this post but just like the world, lifestyle bloggers and influencers are definitely evolving and winning in 2021.

My blog has skyrocketed.

If you were to tell me that my blog is going to have around 1-3k views a day and more than 20k a month this year, I wouldn't believe you. My stats were pretty much stagnant towards the end of my beauty blogging era. Not that I care but it's there. It's there for a reason.

Fast forward to today, checking up on my stats is not a thing for me anymore. I don't mind it but for the record, my stats for the last 5 months were shockingly high. My blog keeps getting thousands of views a day even if I don't really promote it on my socials like certain bloggers or influencers.

Talking about socials...

I should be putting all my socials to good use because this is the right time. I have seen many brands shift their focus to niche blogs and niche influencers. While being a lifestyle blogger in the eye of strangers can be seen as all over the place, you still have the option on what topic you want to focus on, e.g. bullet journalling. 

My bullet journal is something that I share on both my blog and my Instagram. People love to see it and I am glad I don't shy about it anymore. And in 2021, short videos posted on Instagram and Tik Tok are becoming more and more popular. If you want to grow your blog, brand, reach, that's one of the best places to market yourself. 

I don't normally get partnerships from my Instagram Reels but it definitely has helped me big time when it comes to driving insane traffic to my website. I said it like I am a superstar or something but, to be honest, it made me feel like one. Bloggers and nano-influencers alike have built this kind of bond with their community that trust them, their reviews and will go out of their way to buy whatever they recommend. At least, that's what I am seeing and I love it!

What about “blogging for fun”?

It's always been my go-to and nobody can take that away from me. Before I even monetize my blog and accept brand deals and partnerships, I always blog for the sake of having fun. I bought a lot of things myself and shared them with my audience.

They love it and brands love it too when you have fun and you're honest. You don't search for them, they will come to you. No one can say no to bloggers because we're flourishing and we're the pioneer of content marketing.

Making a career out of digital content, being a lifestyle blogger or influencer might be rough but this is the right moment to explore and find a topic to focus on out of your niche and constantly creating quality content. You're going to be great.

You see, this whole evolving thing is totally doing me more good than harm. I found it interesting to discover new paths and I am incredibly lucky to have seen the growth that I have from this blog. When you're not afraid of changes, good things happen. I don't know how many more should I mention this but as someone who has a fear of changes, this is refreshing and inspiring me to do the best things under this new umbrella. 

What changes have you faced this year as a blogger or influencer?

My Lifestyle Blogging Journey


This is a story of me becoming a lifestyle blogger. 

Back in my early days of blogging, I posted quite a lot of beauty-related articles that in 2019, I had the urge to tell the whole wide world that beauty blogging is meant for me. I mean, it's my dream to run a beauty blog (and I have one) and product reviews, as well as beauty talks, are the bread-and-butter of this blog. What could possibly be wrong?

Well, for starters, I have lost my beauty blogging mojo. I am still interested in makeup products in general but to blog about it? It's different now. The community is well saturated. I feel like there's not enough place for me anymore.

Second, COVID took over the world and the season of staying-in began. I know that's a terrible excuse but in all honesty, that's when I knew I had to change path. The pandemic didn't only force many businesses to shut down but also to revamp their businesses. As far as bloggers, it's thriving and some of us have to evolve our niches.

As a creature of habit, change terrifies me. I mean, I went from talking about why I love makeup to blog about my favourite self-care rituals, from those new makeup products I just got to bullet journaling. It's their time to shine and I am glad I took the plunge. 

Please don't mind me saying the word evolve or evolving too much on this post but just like the world, lifestyle bloggers and influencers are definitely evolving and winning in 2021.

My blog has skyrocketed.

If you were to tell me that my blog is going to have around 1-3k views a day and more than 20k a month this year, I wouldn't believe you. My stats were pretty much stagnant towards the end of my beauty blogging era. Not that I care but it's there. It's there for a reason.

Fast forward to today, checking up on my stats is not a thing for me anymore. I don't mind it but for the record, my stats for the last 5 months were shockingly high. My blog keeps getting thousands of views a day even if I don't really promote it on my socials like certain bloggers or influencers.

Talking about socials...

I should be putting all my socials to good use because this is the right time. I have seen many brands shift their focus to niche blogs and niche influencers. While being a lifestyle blogger in the eye of strangers can be seen as all over the place, you still have the option on what topic you want to focus on, e.g. bullet journalling. 

My bullet journal is something that I share on both my blog and my Instagram. People love to see it and I am glad I don't shy about it anymore. And in 2021, short videos posted on Instagram and Tik Tok are becoming more and more popular. If you want to grow your blog, brand, reach, that's one of the best places to market yourself. 

I don't normally get partnerships from my Instagram Reels but it definitely has helped me big time when it comes to driving insane traffic to my website. I said it like I am a superstar or something but, to be honest, it made me feel like one. Bloggers and nano-influencers alike have built this kind of bond with their community that trust them, their reviews and will go out of their way to buy whatever they recommend. At least, that's what I am seeing and I love it!

What about “blogging for fun”?

It's always been my go-to and nobody can take that away from me. Before I even monetize my blog and accept brand deals and partnerships, I always blog for the sake of having fun. I bought a lot of things myself and shared them with my audience.

They love it and brands love it too when you have fun and you're honest. You don't search for them, they will come to you. No one can say no to bloggers because we're flourishing and we're the pioneer of content marketing.

Making a career out of digital content, being a lifestyle blogger or influencer might be rough but this is the right moment to explore and find a topic to focus on out of your niche and constantly creating quality content. You're going to be great.

You see, this whole evolving thing is totally doing me more good than harm. I found it interesting to discover new paths and I am incredibly lucky to have seen the growth that I have from this blog. When you're not afraid of changes, good things happen. I don't know how many more should I mention this but as someone who has a fear of changes, this is refreshing and inspiring me to do the best things under this new umbrella. 

What changes have you faced this year as a blogger or influencer?

There are lots of benefits of hiring a professional sofa cleaning service. Sofa cleaning should be done periodically at least twice a year or when there is a stain that needs to be removed. Sofa cleaning has many health benefits, so please think twice before deciding to postpone cleaning the sofa until the next time. 

No matter how time-consuming and difficult cleaning your sofa may seem, you must clean it up. However, there is a better way to keep your clean without doing it yourself, which is hiring a  sofa cleaning service. Fortunately, many professional sofa cleaning services are willing to clean your sofa efficiently and at an affordable cost.

Here are some benefits of hiring a professional couch cleaning service:

Get rid of the allergens from the sofa

By hiring them, you can make sure your home sofa is always clean and keeping a clean home can kill germs that may make you or your family sick. Having a clean home can make you healthier.

Stubborn stain removal

A professional cleaning team will understand all major innovations in the cleaning industry. They have many specific tools, supplies and cleaning products that can easily remove the stubborn stain which we are not able to clean with normal equipment. 

Pet smells will be reduced

Hiring a professional team to do the couch cleaning will prevent unwanted odours from spreading and bothering your family. No one wishes to greet guests to your house with stinky kitty litter. 

Protect your kids

Babies or kids, their body's immunity is still low. They need a clean environment with fresh air for better growth. Having the help of a professional sofa cleaner can help protect against unwanted health issues for kids.

Improve air quality in the room

The presence of debris and dirt leads to poor air quality for humans to stay under. Hence, a professional leather sofa cleaning service is one of the important factors to improve the room’s air quality and keep your air fresh and healthy. 

Improve sofa appearance

A periodical cleaning can be very beneficial to the sofa’s appearance. The dirt and debris are easily visible at first glance especially depending on your sofa type. Thus, cleaning your sofa can give you a comfortable sofa and a good impression on guests. 

Prolong your sofa life

When hiring a sofa steam cleaning service, with proper care and maintenance, it may last longer.

Remove funky odour from fabric sofas

A professional cleaner will clean the sofa thoroughly to get rid of the funky odour.  

Therefore, the advantages above can justify the cost of hiring a professional sofa cleaning company. 

Every home needs a sofa cleaning service, don’t stress yourself out and engage a professional sofa cleaning. Call Orang Utan Cleaning now to find out about their upholstery cleaning service in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor for a hassle-free cleaning experience. 

Have you tried hiring a professional sofa cleaning service before?
  • Tuesday, July 06, 2021

Benefits of Hiring a Professional Sofa Cleaning Service


There are lots of benefits of hiring a professional sofa cleaning service. Sofa cleaning should be done periodically at least twice a year or when there is a stain that needs to be removed. Sofa cleaning has many health benefits, so please think twice before deciding to postpone cleaning the sofa until the next time. 

No matter how time-consuming and difficult cleaning your sofa may seem, you must clean it up. However, there is a better way to keep your clean without doing it yourself, which is hiring a  sofa cleaning service. Fortunately, many professional sofa cleaning services are willing to clean your sofa efficiently and at an affordable cost.

Here are some benefits of hiring a professional couch cleaning service:

Get rid of the allergens from the sofa

By hiring them, you can make sure your home sofa is always clean and keeping a clean home can kill germs that may make you or your family sick. Having a clean home can make you healthier.

Stubborn stain removal

A professional cleaning team will understand all major innovations in the cleaning industry. They have many specific tools, supplies and cleaning products that can easily remove the stubborn stain which we are not able to clean with normal equipment. 

Pet smells will be reduced

Hiring a professional team to do the couch cleaning will prevent unwanted odours from spreading and bothering your family. No one wishes to greet guests to your house with stinky kitty litter. 

Protect your kids

Babies or kids, their body's immunity is still low. They need a clean environment with fresh air for better growth. Having the help of a professional sofa cleaner can help protect against unwanted health issues for kids.

Improve air quality in the room

The presence of debris and dirt leads to poor air quality for humans to stay under. Hence, a professional leather sofa cleaning service is one of the important factors to improve the room’s air quality and keep your air fresh and healthy. 

Improve sofa appearance

A periodical cleaning can be very beneficial to the sofa’s appearance. The dirt and debris are easily visible at first glance especially depending on your sofa type. Thus, cleaning your sofa can give you a comfortable sofa and a good impression on guests. 

Prolong your sofa life

When hiring a sofa steam cleaning service, with proper care and maintenance, it may last longer.

Remove funky odour from fabric sofas

A professional cleaner will clean the sofa thoroughly to get rid of the funky odour.  

Therefore, the advantages above can justify the cost of hiring a professional sofa cleaning company. 

Every home needs a sofa cleaning service, don’t stress yourself out and engage a professional sofa cleaning. Call Orang Utan Cleaning now to find out about their upholstery cleaning service in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor for a hassle-free cleaning experience. 

Have you tried hiring a professional sofa cleaning service before?

Being in the middle of my twenties came a lot of pressure but I am not letting that continue to happen. I feel like the most important thing in life is just peace of mind and taking care of yourself in general. It's the most valuable thing for me now and anything that interferes with it deserves to be thrown away.

Taking care of my mental health is my top priority these days as it's easy to be stressed out and overwhelmed with what's going on with our planet. So I go over some of the cheapest ways to manage my anxiety and it's working for me. Please enjoy some of these self-care ideas that are either inexpensive or free and are quite easy to do.

go on a walk:

Well, it's no surprise that getting outside, getting as much sun as possible and connecting with nature reduces stress and helps clear a messy mind. I always wind up feeling a lot better and happier after I go on a walk. 

organize and declutter:

Now is a great time to declutter. I always find something to reorganize and declutter around the house because it's refreshing and you're able to reevaluate what you truly need. I have been on organizing kick lately and if you ask me, there's no better way to take care of yourself than to surround yourself with things that make your life easier and happier. 

a weekend getaway:

This is pretty self-explanatory, but truthfully every once in a while you need to let off some steam. Staycations are definitely in trend right now. It allows you to explore somewhere close to you and appreciate what's around you. So what do you say?

watch an old fav movie:

I always opt for movies because tv series can suck you in for hours. I think it's forgiving to watch movies and I recently watched The Parent Trap and The Lizzie McGuire Movie. It's classic and I don't have to use my brain a lot while watching these kinds of movies.

have a “nothing” day:

Have yourself a day where you do absolutely nothing for one whole day. A day where you don't do work, screw all the to-do lists and focus on yourself. If you need to sleep or finish the book that you've started, you can do it on this day and you shouldn't have to explain yourself to anyone and feel guilty for it. 

bullet journalling:

This has got to be one of the best forms of self-care for me. So far it helps me to distance unwanted stress and really have the time for me and the journal itself. Creating useful spreads and positive quotes are my favourite things to do. 

sheet masks:

Another favourite! My skincare and I seem inseparable. I will always do my skincare routine every day. I have my daily, “quick and easy” skincare routine and then one that takes a little bit longer where I am taking a few extra moments to indulge. I am enjoying the slow moments and nothing puts the brakes on my day like applying a sheet mask. 

make a playlist of music you used to love but haven't listened to in a while:

If this doesn't bring back memories, I don't know what does. Aside from memories, it's feeling nothing but carefree. When was the last time you felt carefree? I bet it was when you're younger. My younger days would be bleak without music. I currently have a 90's and 00's playlist on my Spotify that's on repeat!

revisit an old hobby:

For me, it's colouring. I like to just be fully occupied by it for hours like I used to when I was a kid. It's the best form of stress-reliever and it's still fun after all these years. 

play online video games (for free!):

It's no secret that playing digital games is an effective stress-reliever for a lot of people, especially the younger generations. For me, playing video games is an excuse to escape from my busy, working life. I know what you're thinking - how can gaming be considered as self-care?

It's an easy concept. Self-care is whatever you do to help you relax and feel good about yourself. It's about making an effort to take care of yourself in all aspects - physically, mentally and emotionally.

I am an avid video game player. I have all sorts of games installed on my little tablet. I play video games one too many times and there's nothing wrong with it. So I am recently getting most of my inner gamer-girl fix from an online video games site called Plays.org

now, what is Plays.org?

If you're unfamiliar with Plays.org, Plays.org is a site that offers over 150 fun and most importantly free online games which can be played from the browser whether you're on your computer, tablet or phone. There is no need to download any apps to play which is always nice so it doesn't take up space on your tablet or phone. 

First thing first, I feel like it's so nostalgic and it's refreshing to see them highlighting some of the best old-school games like Pinball and Tetris. And to be honest, I have a thing for their retro-style layout with arcade-ish sound in the background while you're playing. Oh, it brings back so many memories. 

Some of my favourite games at Plays.org are Open Restaurant, Find The Pug and the Fast Typer game. I like games that cater to my inner OG-ness as well as that keeps me awake. For instance, the Fast Typer game is quite frantic but in a good way and it's absolutely exciting to see how far you can go with your typing skills per minute. With over 400 games on the site and games being added daily, you're sure to find a game that you will enjoy.


Other than their fabulous choices of games, I appreciate that there are no ads added to their gaming site. Thank goodness! I don't have to pay to get rid of ads and nothing is in my way. The site is clean and just better for my inner peace. This is why Plays.org is just the opposite of what many of the other gaming sites are. 

Overall, gaming is definitely a fun way of self-care rituals. I think it's important that we know what works for us and playing online video games certainly works for me too as an adult. If you're looking for the cheapest form of self-care during this season of staying in, consider checking out Plays.org.

Have you tried any of these self-care ideas? What do you do to take care of yourself?

Cheapest Forms Of Self-Care That Actually Works


Being in the middle of my twenties came a lot of pressure but I am not letting that continue to happen. I feel like the most important thing in life is just peace of mind and taking care of yourself in general. It's the most valuable thing for me now and anything that interferes with it deserves to be thrown away.

Taking care of my mental health is my top priority these days as it's easy to be stressed out and overwhelmed with what's going on with our planet. So I go over some of the cheapest ways to manage my anxiety and it's working for me. Please enjoy some of these self-care ideas that are either inexpensive or free and are quite easy to do.

go on a walk:

Well, it's no surprise that getting outside, getting as much sun as possible and connecting with nature reduces stress and helps clear a messy mind. I always wind up feeling a lot better and happier after I go on a walk. 

organize and declutter:

Now is a great time to declutter. I always find something to reorganize and declutter around the house because it's refreshing and you're able to reevaluate what you truly need. I have been on organizing kick lately and if you ask me, there's no better way to take care of yourself than to surround yourself with things that make your life easier and happier. 

a weekend getaway:

This is pretty self-explanatory, but truthfully every once in a while you need to let off some steam. Staycations are definitely in trend right now. It allows you to explore somewhere close to you and appreciate what's around you. So what do you say?

watch an old fav movie:

I always opt for movies because tv series can suck you in for hours. I think it's forgiving to watch movies and I recently watched The Parent Trap and The Lizzie McGuire Movie. It's classic and I don't have to use my brain a lot while watching these kinds of movies.

have a “nothing” day:

Have yourself a day where you do absolutely nothing for one whole day. A day where you don't do work, screw all the to-do lists and focus on yourself. If you need to sleep or finish the book that you've started, you can do it on this day and you shouldn't have to explain yourself to anyone and feel guilty for it. 

bullet journalling:

This has got to be one of the best forms of self-care for me. So far it helps me to distance unwanted stress and really have the time for me and the journal itself. Creating useful spreads and positive quotes are my favourite things to do. 

sheet masks:

Another favourite! My skincare and I seem inseparable. I will always do my skincare routine every day. I have my daily, “quick and easy” skincare routine and then one that takes a little bit longer where I am taking a few extra moments to indulge. I am enjoying the slow moments and nothing puts the brakes on my day like applying a sheet mask. 

make a playlist of music you used to love but haven't listened to in a while:

If this doesn't bring back memories, I don't know what does. Aside from memories, it's feeling nothing but carefree. When was the last time you felt carefree? I bet it was when you're younger. My younger days would be bleak without music. I currently have a 90's and 00's playlist on my Spotify that's on repeat!

revisit an old hobby:

For me, it's colouring. I like to just be fully occupied by it for hours like I used to when I was a kid. It's the best form of stress-reliever and it's still fun after all these years. 

play online video games (for free!):

It's no secret that playing digital games is an effective stress-reliever for a lot of people, especially the younger generations. For me, playing video games is an excuse to escape from my busy, working life. I know what you're thinking - how can gaming be considered as self-care?

It's an easy concept. Self-care is whatever you do to help you relax and feel good about yourself. It's about making an effort to take care of yourself in all aspects - physically, mentally and emotionally.

I am an avid video game player. I have all sorts of games installed on my little tablet. I play video games one too many times and there's nothing wrong with it. So I am recently getting most of my inner gamer-girl fix from an online video games site called Plays.org

now, what is Plays.org?

If you're unfamiliar with Plays.org, Plays.org is a site that offers over 150 fun and most importantly free online games which can be played from the browser whether you're on your computer, tablet or phone. There is no need to download any apps to play which is always nice so it doesn't take up space on your tablet or phone. 

First thing first, I feel like it's so nostalgic and it's refreshing to see them highlighting some of the best old-school games like Pinball and Tetris. And to be honest, I have a thing for their retro-style layout with arcade-ish sound in the background while you're playing. Oh, it brings back so many memories. 

Some of my favourite games at Plays.org are Open Restaurant, Find The Pug and the Fast Typer game. I like games that cater to my inner OG-ness as well as that keeps me awake. For instance, the Fast Typer game is quite frantic but in a good way and it's absolutely exciting to see how far you can go with your typing skills per minute. With over 400 games on the site and games being added daily, you're sure to find a game that you will enjoy.


Other than their fabulous choices of games, I appreciate that there are no ads added to their gaming site. Thank goodness! I don't have to pay to get rid of ads and nothing is in my way. The site is clean and just better for my inner peace. This is why Plays.org is just the opposite of what many of the other gaming sites are. 

Overall, gaming is definitely a fun way of self-care rituals. I think it's important that we know what works for us and playing online video games certainly works for me too as an adult. If you're looking for the cheapest form of self-care during this season of staying in, consider checking out Plays.org.

Have you tried any of these self-care ideas? What do you do to take care of yourself?
I Got The COVID-19 Vaccine and This Was My Experience

At the end of May, I received a phone call telling me that it was my turn to get vaccinated. I remember feeling incredibly grateful that it was finally my turn. I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, May 30th 2021, becoming one of the thousands of eligible Malaysians to get the shot - it's honestly a relief at this point. 

Checking in

My appointment time was at 12 p.m so I did get something to eat before I went to the vaccination centre. Just in case. I brought together with me a water bottle and some candies inside my handbag. Again, just in case.

For the first time, I didn't have to wait too long for my name to be called. I was immediately called the moment I arrived at the entrance. 

I was asked to show my ID and they gave me a number right after that. God knows what the number was for. Then, I went in and I noticed there was a large group of people filing in and out but everything was so orderly. There were a lot of people inside but nothing seemed crowded.

I was pointed to a table with two health workers who have their name on their shirt with Dr. in the front. They checked my blood pressure, pulse and my body temperature. They also filled out my health declaration form for me.

They asked > I answered > they jotted it down for me. Thank you so much, Dr. Yeoh and Dr. Shafiq!

I told them about my allergies, what type of medicines I consume and all that jazz. Then, I have to take the all-filled-in health form to the next station which was the station that updates our vaccination status in the healthcare system and MySejahtera App.

Getting the shot

I was super grateful that it was a super quick process, taking about 15 minutes total from check-in to injection. Before getting the jab, they asked which arm. I got it in the left arm since I am right-handed. 

Honestly, there was no pain with the shot. I didn't feel a thing. Knowing me, I am scared of jabs. I will get super anxious and scared. But with this one, in particular, I don't mind getting shot again. Really.

Then, I was moved to the monitoring station, where chairs were set out feets apart for those who have received the vaccine. I got monitored for 30 minutes, just 15 minutes more than everyone else. They really monitored me just in case I experience any immediate reactions due to my allergies.

There were none (thank goodness!) and once the 30 minutes passed, I was free to leave. Thank you, healthcare staff and nurses! 

The aftermath

After receiving the vaccine and leaving the monitoring station, I felt great. Still no immediate after-effects even after a few hours. No sore arm. No fever. No headache. Everything was perfectly normal.

HOWEVER.

I had no other side effect other than major fatigue that day. I was completely passed out for 3 hours and couldn't make it to my room - I slept on the couch in the living room. And I think that's all for that particular day. I didn't have to take any Uphamol and my fatigue improved after that 3 hours nap.

The next day, I woke up with severe muscle soreness, I think. The arm that was injected felt a bit heavy than usual but nothing I can't deal with. I kept doing the arm circle exercise to ease the pain. Overall, I still felt pretty tired and took several naps throughout the day.

Two days after receiving the vaccine, my arm was still pretty sore, but it was improving. I still felt a bit more tired though but none of these symptoms stopped me from doing my day. 

On the third day, all of my symptoms have cleared up. My arm soreness and the fatigue all went away, and I felt like I was completely back to normal. I didn't experience any other side effects for several days. 

I kept a pretty detailed record of any sort of side effects I experienced in my Notes and how I felt once I received the shot. I think I am one of the lucky people who didn't experience any intense side effects, which goes to show that the vaccine has a different effect on different people's bodies. 

About a week after getting the vaccine, I was completely myself as in I felt super normal, no arm pain, no fatigue. However, the injection site itched like crazy. And it stayed for about a few days and then disappeared. I was told that it was completely normal to feel some kind of itchiness at the injection site. It's a normal immune response and nothing to be worried about.

I Got The COVID-19 Vaccine and This Was My Experience

The second immunization 

Days went by and just a week ago, I received my second dose of the vaccine. I was scheduled at 12 p.m but this time, I went 30 minutes early for my second dose appointment. Everything went so smooth and by 12:15 p.m, I walked out from the vaccination centre and felt so good.

I experienced minor side effects with my first dose, but I was told to be prepared for worse reactions after my second shot. I thought I was super prepared but I was wrong. I experienced the worst headache, fatigue and muscle soreness as soon as I reached home. I felt so weak and didn't feel like talking.

I was completely passed out for more than 10 hours in total. I was up for dinner but it was like for an hour or two and then I went back to my room and passed out, again. 

I was prepared for the worst, but I was completely mistaken. 

I didn't like the feeling of the next day after the second shot. No good news on the arm situation, as well as the fatigue and headache. I also felt a new symptom which the left side of my body aching especially my upper body. This second immunization be hittin' different. 

Three days in, I still had some of that muscle soreness but it's getting better and my arm wasn't as heavy anymore. However, my left arm was completely useless, still. I didn't want to move it around too much. I was still pretty traumatized by the pain. 

And it's now been over a week since I got that shot, and I finally felt fine. All of my symptoms disappeared except for the injection site reaction I had the first time around. I hate the fact that I can't control my hands to stop scratching.

With that being said, there goes my experience getting the jab. I am grateful it's not a whole catastrophe and everything was pretty much bearable for me. I am as fine as can be and that's that. So, please, take the vaccine. It's safe and it could help prevent further spread of the virus and infection. I have done my part to help end the pandemic and it's important for others to receive their vaccine as well when the opportunity comes.

I am now fully vaccinated but it doesn't give me the ticket to not continuing to wear a mask and practice social distancing. People need to understand this. I know this is not what some people want to hear but it remains unknown if getting vaccinated will prevent you from spreading the virus to other people - with all of the new variants of the virus - better be safe than sorry.

I get it. I understand the frustration with having to continue to take these precautions. But then again, these are the only way. We've gotta curb the damage, keep as many people alive and healthy as possible. I am fully vaccinated but I will continue to wear a mask, wash my hands often and avoid crowds. Stay safe and healthy! Let's roll up our sleeves and do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Have you received your COVID-19 vaccine? How was it? I'd love to hear your experience!

I Got The COVID-19 Vaccine and This Was My Experience

I Got The COVID-19 Vaccine and This Was My Experience

At the end of May, I received a phone call telling me that it was my turn to get vaccinated. I remember feeling incredibly grateful that it was finally my turn. I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, May 30th 2021, becoming one of the thousands of eligible Malaysians to get the shot - it's honestly a relief at this point. 

Checking in

My appointment time was at 12 p.m so I did get something to eat before I went to the vaccination centre. Just in case. I brought together with me a water bottle and some candies inside my handbag. Again, just in case.

For the first time, I didn't have to wait too long for my name to be called. I was immediately called the moment I arrived at the entrance. 

I was asked to show my ID and they gave me a number right after that. God knows what the number was for. Then, I went in and I noticed there was a large group of people filing in and out but everything was so orderly. There were a lot of people inside but nothing seemed crowded.

I was pointed to a table with two health workers who have their name on their shirt with Dr. in the front. They checked my blood pressure, pulse and my body temperature. They also filled out my health declaration form for me.

They asked > I answered > they jotted it down for me. Thank you so much, Dr. Yeoh and Dr. Shafiq!

I told them about my allergies, what type of medicines I consume and all that jazz. Then, I have to take the all-filled-in health form to the next station which was the station that updates our vaccination status in the healthcare system and MySejahtera App.

Getting the shot

I was super grateful that it was a super quick process, taking about 15 minutes total from check-in to injection. Before getting the jab, they asked which arm. I got it in the left arm since I am right-handed. 

Honestly, there was no pain with the shot. I didn't feel a thing. Knowing me, I am scared of jabs. I will get super anxious and scared. But with this one, in particular, I don't mind getting shot again. Really.

Then, I was moved to the monitoring station, where chairs were set out feets apart for those who have received the vaccine. I got monitored for 30 minutes, just 15 minutes more than everyone else. They really monitored me just in case I experience any immediate reactions due to my allergies.

There were none (thank goodness!) and once the 30 minutes passed, I was free to leave. Thank you, healthcare staff and nurses! 

The aftermath

After receiving the vaccine and leaving the monitoring station, I felt great. Still no immediate after-effects even after a few hours. No sore arm. No fever. No headache. Everything was perfectly normal.

HOWEVER.

I had no other side effect other than major fatigue that day. I was completely passed out for 3 hours and couldn't make it to my room - I slept on the couch in the living room. And I think that's all for that particular day. I didn't have to take any Uphamol and my fatigue improved after that 3 hours nap.

The next day, I woke up with severe muscle soreness, I think. The arm that was injected felt a bit heavy than usual but nothing I can't deal with. I kept doing the arm circle exercise to ease the pain. Overall, I still felt pretty tired and took several naps throughout the day.

Two days after receiving the vaccine, my arm was still pretty sore, but it was improving. I still felt a bit more tired though but none of these symptoms stopped me from doing my day. 

On the third day, all of my symptoms have cleared up. My arm soreness and the fatigue all went away, and I felt like I was completely back to normal. I didn't experience any other side effects for several days. 

I kept a pretty detailed record of any sort of side effects I experienced in my Notes and how I felt once I received the shot. I think I am one of the lucky people who didn't experience any intense side effects, which goes to show that the vaccine has a different effect on different people's bodies. 

About a week after getting the vaccine, I was completely myself as in I felt super normal, no arm pain, no fatigue. However, the injection site itched like crazy. And it stayed for about a few days and then disappeared. I was told that it was completely normal to feel some kind of itchiness at the injection site. It's a normal immune response and nothing to be worried about.

I Got The COVID-19 Vaccine and This Was My Experience

The second immunization 

Days went by and just a week ago, I received my second dose of the vaccine. I was scheduled at 12 p.m but this time, I went 30 minutes early for my second dose appointment. Everything went so smooth and by 12:15 p.m, I walked out from the vaccination centre and felt so good.

I experienced minor side effects with my first dose, but I was told to be prepared for worse reactions after my second shot. I thought I was super prepared but I was wrong. I experienced the worst headache, fatigue and muscle soreness as soon as I reached home. I felt so weak and didn't feel like talking.

I was completely passed out for more than 10 hours in total. I was up for dinner but it was like for an hour or two and then I went back to my room and passed out, again. 

I was prepared for the worst, but I was completely mistaken. 

I didn't like the feeling of the next day after the second shot. No good news on the arm situation, as well as the fatigue and headache. I also felt a new symptom which the left side of my body aching especially my upper body. This second immunization be hittin' different. 

Three days in, I still had some of that muscle soreness but it's getting better and my arm wasn't as heavy anymore. However, my left arm was completely useless, still. I didn't want to move it around too much. I was still pretty traumatized by the pain. 

And it's now been over a week since I got that shot, and I finally felt fine. All of my symptoms disappeared except for the injection site reaction I had the first time around. I hate the fact that I can't control my hands to stop scratching.

With that being said, there goes my experience getting the jab. I am grateful it's not a whole catastrophe and everything was pretty much bearable for me. I am as fine as can be and that's that. So, please, take the vaccine. It's safe and it could help prevent further spread of the virus and infection. I have done my part to help end the pandemic and it's important for others to receive their vaccine as well when the opportunity comes.

I am now fully vaccinated but it doesn't give me the ticket to not continuing to wear a mask and practice social distancing. People need to understand this. I know this is not what some people want to hear but it remains unknown if getting vaccinated will prevent you from spreading the virus to other people - with all of the new variants of the virus - better be safe than sorry.

I get it. I understand the frustration with having to continue to take these precautions. But then again, these are the only way. We've gotta curb the damage, keep as many people alive and healthy as possible. I am fully vaccinated but I will continue to wear a mask, wash my hands often and avoid crowds. Stay safe and healthy! Let's roll up our sleeves and do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Have you received your COVID-19 vaccine? How was it? I'd love to hear your experience!
Beauty Product Empties #9

Well, hello gorgeousness! Welcome to my first empties blog post of the year. It's probably several months' worth because technically I don't test out products for a living and I repurchase stuff all the time. And I procrastinate. That's that. 

So finally here we are with a full container of used products. You can see some familiar faces but some new ones! My empties posts have always been one of the longest but I will try to make it short and sweet. And it's going to be skincare-heavy this time around since we're in a pandemic and not going out as much. 

Beauty Product Empties #9

CERAVE Foaming Facial Cleanser

I know I was contradicting myself by saying I will not repurchase this cleanser on my empties post back in 2019. Please do not question my life choices. To be honest, it's nothing if not wonderful, especially it's pH balanced and contains ingredients like Ceramide and Niacinamide. Did I mention it's also pretty affordable? The only thing is that it didn't wow me anymore. So I am not repurchasing this time. For real.

KAYMAN Skintella Moisturizing Gel

I am done hyping things up but this one is an exception. I love it so much when I first tried it and it's still going strong. No fragrance and sticky feeling to it. Definitely a win. Kayman is a local brand, by the way. 100% Malaysian-made brand and I am beyond proud. This is going to be a staple, for sure. I already have a backup. Not going to talk about it much anymore, you can read it here.

SOME BY MI Truecica Mineral 100 Calming Suncream

I have reviewed this sunscreen before and I've said that it's a physical sunscreen but it doesn't feel like one. That's one of the reasons I like it. It does contain soothing ingredients which are perfect for my acne-prone skin. I love everything about this sunscreen except for the intense tea tree smell. I would repurchase this in a heartbeat IF I can find it. It's sold out everywhere for several months now. 

KAYMAN Coalberry Cleanser

This is the reason why I am not buying other cleansers. I've found the one! And knowing me, I will stick to whatever works for me. This is the best cleanser for my skin type since it's a low pH cleanser and it comes in a gel form. It's free from any fragrance, it doesn't contain alcohol, it's gentle on the skin - what's not to love?

Beauty Product Empties #9

SUNPLAY Skin Aqua UV Whitening Moisture Gel

I have used up quite a few bottles of this sunscreen because it's THAT good. "Alcohol-free" is a good selling point, well, at least for me. I will make my way no matter what to try alcohol-free skincare. This is gonna make it to my most repurchased sunscreen ever and I will continue to repurchase it.

COSRX Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence

There's something about this that just does it for me. It feels like I've made it in life as long as I have this baby in my skincare stash. I know I am dramatic and I own it. My skin is miserable without this. It fixes everything and makes my skin looks like I've been drinking 8 glasses of water a day.

I noticed how dull my skin looks when I was in denial and thinking I don't need it anymore once it's finished. Well, jokes on me. It's really good, guys and I don't have to explain why it has the word "power" on its packaging. I've already repurchased it and the world feels better again.

SIMPLE Hydrating Cleansing Oil

It's no surprise it's here with us again BUT with a new look! I just feel the need to mention it again because it's a staple for me. I just prefer cleansing oil over balms. This baby right here does the work so well, it's gentle, doesn't leave my skin feeling greasy or stripped. And it's so affordable.

Beauty Product Empties #9

DR.MORITA Hyaluronic Acid Moisture Essence Facial Mask

Side note: this was way back when there's no ingredient “Sake” or Rice Ferment Filtrate added to their famous hyaluronic acid masks. Just to be clear, I stopped buying all of their hyaluronic acid masks in general. I don't want to get in trouble. Well, “Sake” is basically a Japanese rice wine/punch (correct me if I am wrong) and it's against my religion if I continue to use it. Not repurchasing forever. I am not big on their HA masks anyway, so I am good. 

DR.MORITA Whitening Essence Facial Mask

This one, on the other hand, is my go-to facial mask for my pamper routine. It's so much better than their HA masks and it needs to be talked about more. It's so underrated. Don't get me started on the ingredients - it packs a punch - it contains tranexamic acid, mandelic acid, squalane, and the list goes on. And no it doesn't contain any “Sake”, it's safe and it's been that way. Will definitely be a repurchase! 

Beauty Product Empties #9

BIO-OIL Skincare Oil

This is a decent product if I am being honest. I don't like it too much but I don't hate it either. It's okay, this one can stay in my skincare stash. I don't have stretch marks in particular but I am preventing it that's why I got it. I don't see any signs of stretch marks on my body yet, I don't know if that's because of the product or? So I repurchased a new one to experiment more with it. I hope I am not getting scammed haha!

And that wraps up today's post! I tried to go as briefly as I could because I am unstoppable when it comes to beauty talks in general. I've got some great products here today and I am surprised not a lot of them I despise. 

Have you finished anything amazing recently? Let me know your thoughts!
  • Thursday, June 24, 2021

Beauty Product Empties #9

Beauty Product Empties #9

Well, hello gorgeousness! Welcome to my first empties blog post of the year. It's probably several months' worth because technically I don't test out products for a living and I repurchase stuff all the time. And I procrastinate. That's that. 

So finally here we are with a full container of used products. You can see some familiar faces but some new ones! My empties posts have always been one of the longest but I will try to make it short and sweet. And it's going to be skincare-heavy this time around since we're in a pandemic and not going out as much. 

Beauty Product Empties #9

CERAVE Foaming Facial Cleanser

I know I was contradicting myself by saying I will not repurchase this cleanser on my empties post back in 2019. Please do not question my life choices. To be honest, it's nothing if not wonderful, especially it's pH balanced and contains ingredients like Ceramide and Niacinamide. Did I mention it's also pretty affordable? The only thing is that it didn't wow me anymore. So I am not repurchasing this time. For real.

KAYMAN Skintella Moisturizing Gel

I am done hyping things up but this one is an exception. I love it so much when I first tried it and it's still going strong. No fragrance and sticky feeling to it. Definitely a win. Kayman is a local brand, by the way. 100% Malaysian-made brand and I am beyond proud. This is going to be a staple, for sure. I already have a backup. Not going to talk about it much anymore, you can read it here.

SOME BY MI Truecica Mineral 100 Calming Suncream

I have reviewed this sunscreen before and I've said that it's a physical sunscreen but it doesn't feel like one. That's one of the reasons I like it. It does contain soothing ingredients which are perfect for my acne-prone skin. I love everything about this sunscreen except for the intense tea tree smell. I would repurchase this in a heartbeat IF I can find it. It's sold out everywhere for several months now. 

KAYMAN Coalberry Cleanser

This is the reason why I am not buying other cleansers. I've found the one! And knowing me, I will stick to whatever works for me. This is the best cleanser for my skin type since it's a low pH cleanser and it comes in a gel form. It's free from any fragrance, it doesn't contain alcohol, it's gentle on the skin - what's not to love?

Beauty Product Empties #9

SUNPLAY Skin Aqua UV Whitening Moisture Gel

I have used up quite a few bottles of this sunscreen because it's THAT good. "Alcohol-free" is a good selling point, well, at least for me. I will make my way no matter what to try alcohol-free skincare. This is gonna make it to my most repurchased sunscreen ever and I will continue to repurchase it.

COSRX Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence

There's something about this that just does it for me. It feels like I've made it in life as long as I have this baby in my skincare stash. I know I am dramatic and I own it. My skin is miserable without this. It fixes everything and makes my skin looks like I've been drinking 8 glasses of water a day.

I noticed how dull my skin looks when I was in denial and thinking I don't need it anymore once it's finished. Well, jokes on me. It's really good, guys and I don't have to explain why it has the word "power" on its packaging. I've already repurchased it and the world feels better again.

SIMPLE Hydrating Cleansing Oil

It's no surprise it's here with us again BUT with a new look! I just feel the need to mention it again because it's a staple for me. I just prefer cleansing oil over balms. This baby right here does the work so well, it's gentle, doesn't leave my skin feeling greasy or stripped. And it's so affordable.

Beauty Product Empties #9

DR.MORITA Hyaluronic Acid Moisture Essence Facial Mask

Side note: this was way back when there's no ingredient “Sake” or Rice Ferment Filtrate added to their famous hyaluronic acid masks. Just to be clear, I stopped buying all of their hyaluronic acid masks in general. I don't want to get in trouble. Well, “Sake” is basically a Japanese rice wine/punch (correct me if I am wrong) and it's against my religion if I continue to use it. Not repurchasing forever. I am not big on their HA masks anyway, so I am good. 

DR.MORITA Whitening Essence Facial Mask

This one, on the other hand, is my go-to facial mask for my pamper routine. It's so much better than their HA masks and it needs to be talked about more. It's so underrated. Don't get me started on the ingredients - it packs a punch - it contains tranexamic acid, mandelic acid, squalane, and the list goes on. And no it doesn't contain any “Sake”, it's safe and it's been that way. Will definitely be a repurchase! 

Beauty Product Empties #9

BIO-OIL Skincare Oil

This is a decent product if I am being honest. I don't like it too much but I don't hate it either. It's okay, this one can stay in my skincare stash. I don't have stretch marks in particular but I am preventing it that's why I got it. I don't see any signs of stretch marks on my body yet, I don't know if that's because of the product or? So I repurchased a new one to experiment more with it. I hope I am not getting scammed haha!

And that wraps up today's post! I tried to go as briefly as I could because I am unstoppable when it comes to beauty talks in general. I've got some great products here today and I am surprised not a lot of them I despise. 

Have you finished anything amazing recently? Let me know your thoughts!

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