|Posted by Paniti on February 3, 2012 at 1:25 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Paniti on July 29, 2011 at 8:27 AM||comments (0)|
I wanted to share with all of you this wedding website called Green Wedding Shoes, do check out the link below for a super gorgeous 1920s inspired wedding..especially for those of you who are vintage fans like yours truly!
|Posted by Paniti on July 5, 2011 at 2:27 PM||comments (0)|
Finally got my mini Pirates! Loving the whole collection, I think it's worth getting full size bottles for all 6 colors!
|Posted by Paniti on June 15, 2011 at 11:59 AM||comments (0)|
Found The Brush Guard on the internet sometime back, ordered them and....they are fantastic!!!!
What are brush guards and why we need them? Well, they are used to keep your brushes in shape after washing them and for when you travel. Other than keeping them in shape, it protects your brushes, keeping them clean and uncontaminated.
Why do we need them after washing? This is because brushes should always be dried bristle down, so that water does not loosen the glue which connects the handle of the brush to the metal bit.
It doesn’t matter whether they are drug store brushes or expensive brushes, they all have glue connecting the two parts together! They are also very reasonably priced, they cost USD 5.50 and another USD 3 for international shipping.
You can order them from their website: http://www.thebrushguard.com/use.html
|Posted by Paniti on June 7, 2011 at 3:57 PM||comments (0)|
I Bought this from Benefit cosmetics last week, Find Mr. Bright is a complete kit can that can help you get a luminous complexion!
The kit contains 4 items, mini versions of:
I have to say..I love it! Eventhough, they are mini in size and may come across as a wee bit expensive (retails for RM 148 and in The US retails for USD 36) BUT it is worth it as you get to try out these products without having to fork out a fortune for full size ones as yet. As they are small, they are convenient for travelling or for carrying around in you cosmetics kit and you can use them as future refills containers!
Amongst these 4 items, I heart Girl Meets Pearl and High Beam the most! I would definite get the full sized ones, once I finish these minis. Erase Paste, is just ok, to me a concealer is a concealer, brands such as Bobbi Brown, MAC and makeup forever makes better ones and have more colours and textures to choose from. As for Posietint, it’s a tad bit too pink and way too sheer, not loving it...
|Posted by Paniti on June 5, 2011 at 8:09 AM||comments (0)|
Photo: Jennifer Behr.com
For those of you who are sick and tired of the traditional bridal hair styles with veils and would like to break away from the norm, try using faux diamond clips, barrettes, hair bands, flowers and my all time favorite birdcage veil…very retro sexy!
Also check out this website by a super talented hair accessories maker, Jennifer Behr. All her creations are incredibly BEAUTIFUL!
|Posted by Paniti on June 1, 2011 at 2:59 AM||comments (0)|
This is a super cool DIY video which I found on Youtube. It’s by a makeup artist called Kandee Johnson (check her out! She’s got really useful tip and tricks to share), in this VDO she shares the tips and technique on how to make an angled eyeliner brush for like…CHEAP!
I have tried it out and it really works! This kind of angled brush (by Benefit Cosmetics) retails for about RM65 (in The US it retails for about USD 16). Before purchasing one, perhaps you'd like to visit the nearest arts & crafts shop and try out this DIY technique at a fraction of the price!!
|Posted by Paniti on May 15, 2011 at 4:21 PM||comments (1)|
As I was browsing the web, I came across certain looks which I think maybe brides can emulate for their wedding day. My very personal favorite being the “sweet and doe eyed” look, a close second being the “soft smoky eye” look. Which is your favourite look?
SOFT SMOKY EYE
|Posted by Paniti on March 2, 2011 at 12:52 PM||comments (1)|
What Can I say? Palmer’s products has never disappoint, always delivers! This is by far THE BEST drugstore shampoo I have ever used. It contains extra virgin olive oil and vitamin E, has a nice mild and pleasant smell, it leaves your hair super clean, doesn’t any oily film after washing. When used with the conditioner over time, you can see that your hair will become shinier, has less frizz.
It’s so clean that you can afford to wash your hair ever other day and not everyday as how it is with most shampoos. I love the lotion, now am loving the shampoo. I can’t wait to try their body wash!
|Posted by Paniti on March 2, 2011 at 12:48 PM||comments (1)|
This facial scrub is truly exquisite! It’s one of the best facial scrubs I have ever used and trust me; I have used many brands over the years from cheap drugstore to pricy counter brands. Panpuri is a Thai spa brand, currently available in Europe and Middle East and pretty soon US and Japan.
Panpuri’s range of products is made from 100% pure plant actives and essential oils, it is hypo-allergenic, dematologically tested and is fragrance free. The main ingredients of this scrub is Jasmine extract (free radical defense), olive butter (nourishes with proteins and vitamins), rice (rich in vitamin E and help nourishes and moisturizes) and bamboo (cleanses and exfoliates).
After usage, you can feel that your skin is squeaky clean and your complexion instantaneously becomes more radiant (I kid you not!). I liked the end result but didn’t really care too much for the smell though, perhaps because it is fragrance free, so instead of smelling like perfume, it just had a hint of jasmine and rice smell to it. I was genuinely surprised that the product worked so well as normally I do not have much faith in so called “spa products”, let alone spa products which are 100% natural. The texture of the product is so cream and smooth, the grains are super fine, it just doesn’t feel grainy at all, just creamy…which is fantastic! This suits me just fine as personally I like to use delicate products for my face. I have to say, this brand is very comparable to my all time favourite brand Payot and cheaper too!
Aside from the smell, it’s worth splurging on this product and I use the word splurge as this product isn’t cheap by any mean. I picked it up at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport and paid THB 1360 for it (approximately USD 42.5 or RM 136). Since I was pleasantly surprised by this spa brand, I can’t wait to try their other products as well!