I couldn’t make it for the Skincode event the other time & they still passed me some products to try out! *happy*
Thanks Sephanie & Viv who attended & picked up on my behalf! You can check out Viv’s post here. I haven’t get to try out as I’m supposed to start on another set of skincare products but here’s some photos!
Whitening & Brightening Kit Set, SGD $128.00
Using the Biowhite Complex , a botanical lightening agent, which efficiently lightens the skin & unifies the complexion by inhibiting tyrosinase activity.
This kit consists of: UV protective whitening cream spf 12, Cool White Essence & Lightening Eye Contour Cream.
April 2014: Chacott and Freed of London celebrated its opening of the first SouthEast Asian flagship store in Mandarin Gallery located within the bustling shopping hub of Singapore, Orchard Road.
Chacott and Freed of London are two of the most esteemed labels in the ballet world. Both labels have a rich history of producing some of the best handcrafted pointe shoes adorned by the top ballet dancers around the globe, making the two labels the go-to brands for professional ballet needs. The brands are represented by strong Dance Ambassadors and major ballet troupes that support the art in Japan, Switzerland and Unites States of America, including the prestigious Singapore Dance Theatre.
Most recently, Chacott has also developed a range of professional stage makeup, Chacott For Professionals, to meet the unique needs of stage performers and professional makeup artists.
Ok, drama over. I’m bracing myself to face the fact that I’ll never escape age (maybe I might, on my face. Maybe.) and come to terms with it. Now what? Despite feeling like I’ve not accomplished anything at all, I am gonna list down the top 10 things that I would like to do (or hope I can do) by the age of 35. #YOLO?
Hands up those of you who have heard of Taobao… Great! I believe most of us know of this China ecommerce giant since they stepped foot into Singapore with a big bang sometime last year. For those few who have been living under some rock or another:
What is Taobao?
It’s a Chinese website for online shopping similar to eBay and Qoo10where one can buy almost everything under the sun from the site – clothes, furniture, pets, sex toys, bicycles, sports equipment, you name it and it’s probably there.
One look and it’s obvious that an astonishing number of blogshops, Carousell sellers and Qoo10 shops get their stock from Taobao. I mean like they even use the exact same pictures from the Taobao sellers, sometimes even with their original watermarks!