As part of my try-to-go-natural-er campaign, I am now using bSoul shower range. Even though it’s not 100% natural, but I thought it would be a great improvement from my previous chemical-packful bath products?
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.
This time I ordered 4 bottles at a time cos I think I used up one bottle a month haha.
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!
When I was young, I saw old people pounding parts of their bodies while giving a pained look. I couldn’t understand why would they have pain in their body since I didn’t felt the same.
I couldn’t understand why my grandmother used to bang her foot on the wall and whined away, keeping everyone up sleepless at nights.
Of course, I am not spared.
When I heard that a box of Biocode Brightening Beverage (10 bottles) is selling for SGD$180, I went: “What collagen drink demands such a price?!”
Meditrina sponsored me a month’s supply of this beverage, I gladly took it up (coz it’s worth $540 lol & I read about the goodness of the ingredients) and set off on a mission to discover why is Biocode Brightening Beverage not a typical beauty whitening drink.
Fact: I just kinda became over-concerned and extra careful with my health after June’s hospital episode.