BCL Malaysia’s BFF Make-up Party

Jul 21

A sunday well spent with le BFF and all time favorite cosmetic brand – BCL. Meet Junn, my partner in crime who just got back from the States 2 weeks ago. She’s back for good, but so sad that I’m leaving to Korea soon T^T. We haven’t met for 3 years, but nothing change except that I’m more fabulous than her now. LOL. jk.

BCL surely knows how to please our girls’ hearts, they brought (super cute looking, ahem) makeup artist Takaru Hiroki all the way from Japan for this workshop. Honestly, me and Junn have never been so focus in a workshop. LOL

For a easy-learning experience, BCL prepared the makeup essentials and a guide book on each of our seat. It comes in handy for me, because we both went with an incomplete make-up. And seeing Mr Cute-makeup-guru, we are more than willing to re-do and re-do our makeup so we can ask him tons of questions. LOL.

Purposely smudged our makeup and pretended that we need help so we can get a step closer with him. But, I’d have to say, Hiroki-san is a pro, he fixed all the problems with lighting speed, and it left us with no more reason to bother him when he transformed us into our ultimate beauty selfs. =p

Junn is contended with just a 2 person shot, but I beat her by doing a closer shot -> SELFIE.

熟了以后就不知到是那个精神病院放出来的 XD

Group shot stolen from SuiYing’s blog =p Thanks dear!

PS: Special thanks to  BCL Malaysia and Manoah for the (eyecandy.. hmm.. I mean) wonderful workshop! For more information on BCL products and upcoming events, log on to BCL Facebook page here.

Domino’s Football Party

Jul 17

It was a night of friends and football, but what made it even better is the freeflow of DOMINO’S PIZZA and the selfie sessions with the BOLABEARS.

In an epic culmination of what has been a month of speed, endurance and astounding skill on the football field, Domino’s Pizza Malaysia hosted an exclusive football viewing party cum pizza night at Tropicana Golf and Country Resort for over 100 lucky viewers as football titans Germany and Argentina battled in the most viewed football event in the world.

The festivities kicked off at 11.00pm, with the match going on live at 3.00am. Needless to say, I helped myself in the pizzas buffet!! LOL. Perfectly complementing the Domino’s “More Pizza More Football” campaign.

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So much love for the ‘Beanbag’ chairs, it was so comfortable and I almost fell asleep in it during the half time. XD

I also participated in Domino’s Instagram photo contest, dubbed ‘Bear-A-Selfie’. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the best photo, hope this explains the x amount of pictures I uploaded on my instagram during that night on the finals.

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[middle] Hasfahlinda Hassan, Senior Manager, Marketing Domino’s Pizza Malaysia & Singapore, addressing guests in her welcome speech at Domino’s Football Final Viewing Party.

Hasfahlinda Hassan, Senior Marketing Manager of Domino’s Pizza Malaysia and Singapore, said, “Football is a game that brings Malaysians together. We are pleased to share our passion for the beautiful game with our customers at this uniquely Domino’s event in conjunction with the biggest football tournament in the world. The aim of this viewing party is to reward our loyal customers for their strong support of our ‘More Pizza, More Football’ campaign. It is also a way for us to connect with them at another level through the world’s most popular game. This has been an incredible football season for everyone, and we are glad to have been able to celebrate it with our fans.”

It was a night of madness (because i was so sleepy but so awake the same time) as the German and Argentinean players dribbled, tackled, sprinted and played their hearts out for over 113 minutes of nail-biting moments until the last second, when the final whistle blew and my team won. Yeay! Cheered for a good 10 mins then I head home and drop dead. =p

ps: Find out more about the  Limited Edition Popobe® Bola Bears HERE.


Neubodi Contour Leggings

Jul 13

Even when our wardrobe is overflowing with clothes, we spend hours in selecting one single dress for each day. And when it is a special occasion like a black tie event or a casual summer party, then the ‘dilemma’ gets beyond explanation. Well, as far as clothing for casual events is concerned, you can always depend on one of the best casual clothing items for women, leggings! Yes, the same ones that were in vogue during 60′s and 80′s! Today, they are worn as the best and comfortable alternative for contour pants. Pair them up with one of your trendy tops and with least number of accessories, you are all set to dazzle in this retro fashion clothing!

Made of breathable white bamboo charcoal fabric, comfortable and accentuates your curve, so glad to found this pair to replace my normal everyday leggings!

Neubodi SuitUp collection comes in three varieties – Hi Waist Contour Panty (RM175), Hi Waist Contour Girdle (RM188) and Hi Waist Contour Legging (RM248). Sizes available from S to XL.

Key Features:
  • All-over slimming through the tummy, waist, hips and legs.
  • High-waisted control flattens the tummy and eliminate annoying bulges.
  • Structured soft boning on the waistline for a stay-put fit.
  • Seamless design to remain 100% invisible under clothing.
  • A super-versatile wardrobe staple – looks great under heels or flats.
Benefits of White Bamboo Charcoal:
  • Radiate Far Infrared Ray
  • Regulate Humidity
  • Emit Anion
  • Antibacterial and Deodorizing Ability

These beautiful black leggings not only accentuate your curves but also create a fantastic slimming silhouette.

  PS: Head over to the nearest Neubodi to have the first glance of the brand new SuitUp Contour collection! You will be surprised! For more information, visit Neubodi’s website or Facebook page.

Exclusive Tea Party Invitation

Jul 9

Dear readers! I’m back and special thanks to ESME for throwing me a Tea Party this coming Saturday. This event is exclusive to my readers and friends only. First come first basis! There will be 2 sessions, and each session is limited to 10 guests.

*Each Guest is entitled a door gift worth RM500++, with no purchase necessary.
* Light Refreshment will be served


PS: For more information or RSVP, kindly contact Esme at  03-7955 1391 frontdesk.esme@gmail.com. Alternatively, you can confirm your attendance at the event page HERE.

Korean Aegyo Sal Makeup

Jun 30

Before I discovered this trend, I spent most of my beauty routine daubing my eye bags with eye creams, moisturizers, foundations and powders in effort to minimize the eye bags. Little do I know that, in kimchi land, my friends are doing everything they can to make their under-eye skin plumper. @@ Weird isn’t it?

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In Korea, the term is called Aegyo Sal (loosely translated as “beautiful/cute/winsome skin”) and to the extreme some even undergo commercial filler and fat graft to recreate the puffy eye bags.

Korean women find these little pockets of fat under the eyes cute and believe they give them a more youthful look by brightening the eyes.

I wasn’t totally convinced, but until I tried this last year. Sorry for sharing this only now =p Below are some pictures of before and after, I wish I know this trend earlier.. >.< It makes so much difference.

If you still don’t see the difference, here are more pictures of Korean celebrity with and without the Aegyo Sal.


Instead of paying thousands for surgery, here’s a cheat for you to recreate the Aegyo Sal. All you essentially need is a matte eyeshadow a couple of shades darker than your skin, and a highlighter (a light shimmery shadow or light-coloured shimmery eyeliner will do).

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Kiss me Shiny Jewel Eyeliner, no3 Shiny Pink White is my favorite, have been using it for quite some time. Got the first one in Korea, but worry not.. they have it in Malaysia now.

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Allow me for translation, lol.. It says, there are three directions for the use of the Shiny Pink White Eyeliner.

  • Pattern 1: Use for Aegyo Sal
  • Pattern 2: Use for brightening the tear ducts
  • Pattern 3: Use for Eyeshadow

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This is how it looks like when I test it on my back hand. The glitters looks very vivid, especially when you are under bright light.

Before I start, let me remind you that the skin near your eyes’ area is very delicate, so instead of rubbing it, I recommend you to dap it or blending in gently with a soft brush.


Three simple steps Aegyo Sal!

1. Draw the outline with a dark eye shadow (I’m using my eyebrow pencil XD..)
2. ‘Fill’ in the inside with KissMe Shiny Pink White Eyeliner
3. Blend, blend, blend
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PS: If you are interested in the Shiny Pink White Eyeliner, it is now available in SASA and Watson with the price of RM49.90. For more information, visit Kiss Me Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/KissMeMY