Lipsticks are my weakness when it comes to make up. It's the thing I cannot leave home without and live without. So after getting up close and personal with Happy Skin Shut Up & Kiss Me for the first time, it has soon become one of my favorite brands of lipstick. It wasn't really hard to fall for it, as it glides smoothly on my lips and its well pigmented that one swipe is all I need. Truly, it was no surprise that the brand captivated the hearts of not only make up junkies but women in ... [ Read More ]
Products and services
Includes product parades as well as showcasing services of different brands.
Everything's better when you can see better. As what I mentioned during my previous post on Transitions® Signature™ lenses, the convenience of having eyeglasses that adapt depending on light condition has literally enhanced the way I see the world. Ever since I got my pair of Transitions® Signature™ lenses, I've been wearing it all day, everyday. To give you an idea of what it's like to experience Transitions® Signature™ lenses, I'm letting you take a peek with my pair. My Transitions® ... [ Read More ]
One of the first few beauty products I owned was a Burt's Bees lip balm. I remember how precious that one stick of balm was because back then, Burt's Bees wasn't locally available. Now Burt's Bees is available at all Beauty Bar stores and they even have an online site where you can purchase and have your items delivered straight to your doorstep. What's new aside from the ever reliable Burt's Bees lip balm and hand salve? Burt's Bees Radiance line is here and it's available at Sample ... [ Read More ]
I rarely put eyeshadow even when I need to look nice for an occasion, unless it's really necessary for my eyes to look alive, alert and awake (in other words, enthusiastic!). Having almond eyes for me is challenging. Honestly, it's one of my insecurities growing up and has been many times compared to Garfield's big lazy-looking eyes. So when I learned how to put on makeup back when I was starting doing castings, the first thing I mastered was applying eyeliner. I remember my mom would always ... [ Read More ]
During the Grand Baby Fair last January 30, 2015, where I was invited to do a segment, I witnessed a live demo by Clayton Learning Center that enthralled kids and parents alike. This all of a sudden made me want to let lil' Mr. GJG go to school. Truth be told, we were set in letting our second child attend school at a later age (maybe when he's already 4 years old) given the whole K-12 program starts when a child is 5 years old. With his bubbly personality, we assumed he would just charm his way ... [ Read More ]