This is not exactly the beauty journey kinda post you might be expecting.
The other day, when I was being forced to clear my old stuff from the cabinet (Note: I am quite neat already, my Mom’s OCD is worse than me), I had a short thrill going through some of my old notes from my beauty school in the past.
I don’t mind bitter Chinese medicine, but I am extremely fussy about the taste of my consumable collagen. If it’s fishy, I might consider feeding it to my cat instead (ok, I’m kidding).
To find a collagen product that tastes good and has the finest ingredients, don’t count on those that are selling so cheap like apples from the supermarket. Collagen is expensive. To make collagen is expensive.
I purchased BRAND’S®InnerShine® Ruby Collagen Essence & Strip from their e-store because I had tried a box of the collagen jelly strips before & man… it’s so super yummy! #NotExaggeratingJustCosItsAdvert
I cannot stand not washing my hair daily. I have oily scalp & I wash my hair 1-2 times a day. My hair is dry, so it contradicts with the very regular washing. The morning shampoo-ings & blow-drys also took up a good 30 minutes of my precious time (meant for more sleep)… until I was introduced to Batisste Dry Shampoo by the blogger bff, Viv.
My repeated purchase!
This time I ordered 4 bottles at a time cos I think I used up one bottle a month haha.
I have been wanting to have my eyebrows re-embroidered for the longest time after the old embroidery faded off & I was glad when Hair Republic contacted me for this collaboration. The blogger bff, Vivienne, went along to try out their eyelash extension.
I have sparse brows that require time & effort to trim it to shape because it doesn’t have the density & color to begin with. In year 2007, I got my first eyebrow embroidery done for only $100 by a homebased beautician/hairdresser. Once the embroidery faded, I started exploring the use of eyebrow pencils & powder (recent years). The use of a pen brush is the latest addition & I fell in love with it!