It has been a long time dear readers but I am back! I really can’t believe it that this semester is still super intensive.
Now for the secrets…
#1 Guilty as charged
Hmmmn…… On any normal ‘ordinary’ day, I do NOT dress up. It is hilarious when I introduce myself as a fashion blogger and I’m not in the most fashionable clothes that day. I know that some fashion bloggers are extremely motivated to dress up every day and every day is a gift to wear something special. I completely agree with you but it’s just not me. On any given week, at least 4 days would be good and I can’t assure you about the rest 3 days!
#2 Hahahaha… you wanna know how I feel?! (Oh man!)
I panic when my friends ask me to comment on their outfits! I know that they are judging me on how I comment on their outfits. As a fashion blogger, I know the truth but if their outfits are not really great, I am stuck at a Catch-22 situation. Can’t let my opinion out either way. I try to tell them what they want to hear… If there is any flaw, yes girls, I downplay it!
#3 Yes, I’m learning along with you
It was around this time last year when I fell hard for learning about fashion and how it works. However, I’m not an expert when it comes to fashion. I usually do my research before I write a good content blog entry. Also, when readers ask me to write about men’s fashion or fashion that I’m not really concentrating on, I do a loooooot of research! I make sure my tips and advice is right because I value you guys. ❤
#4 Trends… not all are worth following
It is quite unexpected but in real life, I don’t follow some trends that are Internet-crazy. I write about them – why they are good and why they are bad. But, that doesn’t mean I’ll follow every single one of them! I love the current shape of my eyebrows.. I would never trade it for the eyebrow trends! That is why I empower you with the knowledge of why and how to sport the trend and then, you get to choose whether it suits your personality or not.
#5 It is my second-life
Being a blogger is my second identity. I’m a University student with grades to keep up and college activities to do. I blog about fashion because it is my passion. I never want to see blogging as a work because I would rather write quality content than many bad articles just to fill up the space. I have to apologise that I haven’t been active lately but I’ll make it up to guys at my first opportunity!
This is the last post in this series, I am giving to you the tips for the key part in a makeover: the foundation that keeps everything together (pun intended). I hope you guys enjoy this post too. The response I have got for this series is very heartwarming, I hope to continue making more content that will be of use to you guys!
BLOT YOUR SKIN WITH A TISSUE after applying foundation to remove excess oils from your face. This helps to prolong the life of your make-up base. Then set with powder.
WASH SPONGES or special applicators regularly. Use warm water and a little dishwashing liquid to remove impurities and bacteria.
FOUNDATION CAN SLIDE OFF in time due to the skin’s natural oil secretion. Avoid this use a formula incorporating oil absorbers such as talc or nylon powders.
FOR THE BEST RESULTS WITH LIQUID FOUNDATIONS, warm it on the back of you hand and use your fingertips to smooth it on.
I hope you guys enjoyed this series, I will be back soon with another post to simplify your life!
In continuation of last week’s series, this week I am going to share some awesome tips with you guys on eyebrows, because chances are that when someone looks at your eyes they will notice your eyebrows too.
SHARPEN BLUNT TWEEZERS by running sandpaper over the inner tips. This will give you a much smoother overall experience when plucking.
IF PLUCKING IS TOO PAINFUL, smooth on some baby’s teething gel to numb the area temporarily. This will make plucking a more endurable process.
SUBSTITUTE A TOOTHBRUSH for a brow comb to groom your brows if you need a new one or just can’t be asked to get one.
IF YOU ARE A SLAPDASH when applying brow pencil, rub the pencil on the back of you hand. Run over these marks with a brow brush or a cotton bud and use this to shade the brows instead.
This is the penultimate post of this series, but I am still willing to post update posts if you want any extra tips on a specific subject, just leave a comment and I will get to you asap!
This week I am going to look at tips to aid perfecting the most defining part of ones face (in my opinion). They say that your eyes are the windows to your soul, so if many people are going to look into them we need to maintain them in style. However who has the time to do so in the rush of daily life? Thus I present you with this week’s post!
TO LIFT DROOPY EYES, shade the outer corners of the eyes, tapering colour upwards and outwards.
IF YOUR EYE PENCIL CRUMBLES as you are using it, don’t fear: clasp the nib between your fingers and run it under cold tap water. This process temporarily hardens the nib and allows you to continue perfecting your look.
TO ENHANCE SMALL EYES, avoid using dark eyeshadow and concentrate colour on the socket lines and outer corners of your eyes.
IF YOU ARE SHORT-SIGHTED, corrective lenses will magnify your eyes, so opt for eyeshadows with muted colours.
IF YOU ARE FAR SIGHTED, glasses make your eyes seem smaller so go for brighter eyeshadow and several coats of mascara to make your eyes stand out!
Hope these tips will be of help to you guys and stay tuned to collect more tips on this series.
Hi guys! I am starting a new series called Trade Secrets for the next few days. This section is to show you guys what are the hacks professionals use to create that perfection within minutes, we will also look at alternative solutions for emergencies. This post I am going to talk about tricks used with blushers. I hope they give you that special factor the next time you need it in seconds.
CREATE YOUR OWN BLUSHER by using a natural pink or apricot shade of lipstick and dab it onto your cheek apples. Blend thoroughly using your finger.
TO FADE A DOUBLE CHIN, blend a shader onto the area to make it less dominant. If you darken the double chin, it will recede into the background.
USE CREAMY EYESHADOW in natural shades if you run out of cream blusher in the last moment.
TO TRANSFORM DAYTIME BLUSH into evening glamour, dust a shimmery gold powder as a blusher and gradually build the colour.
FOR A FLATTERING FINISH if you don’t wear eyeshadow, sweep blusher over your eyelids to give subtle definition.
Hopefully these tips help you, leave a comment for tips on any specific issue you would like in the coming weeks.