Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!

I haven't gone to a halloween party for the last 5,6 years, so this year when I was asked to do makeup for the Halloween event at Universal studios, I had a chance to check out their event.

If you're going for the Bridezilla look, let me know and we can work something similar out :P

I was doing the makeup for the band, here they are!

And some of my fav characters at the park

These clowns are too much fun :D

Chain Saw gang guy.... I think he's pretty cute! Does anyone know him?? :D


I'm going to try the Brazillian Blow Dry today, I'll let everyone know how it goes .. can't wait! I'm hoping for a miracle for my hair

Thursday, October 21, 2010

FULLY BOOKED FREE Manicures & Pedicures from ME on 26 Oct & 2 Nov

Thanks for your support :)

I've booked up all the slots, will post another event up soon... the next time it'll be about makeup! :)

Hullo gals!
I am going to sit for my exam to get my Diploma in Nail Treatments from CIBTAC

There is a requirement for me to do 25 (recorded) hours of manicures & pedicures.. See, I have been spending many hours in class and on photoshoots but I didnt record every pair of hands and feet I've worked on.

My exam's gonna be on 10 November, and I've got 2 more sessions of classes to go on the 26th of October, and 2nd of November.

Therefore.. I'm offerring FREE Manis & Pedis for anyone who would like to come down for one! :)

There a just a few easy conditions

1. Timing. You need to book an appointment with me so that you won't be left waiting for 1+hr while I attend to another person

2. Location. I must do this in the school, which is at Ang Mo Kio Central.

3. Picture. We need to take a picture together for me to present to the examiner. (pretty simple right!)

So if you're keen, please do check below for timings..

26 October 2010

2 November 2010

Leave a comment here with your email, or drop me an email at with

Subject title: Mani & Pedi
Contact number
Preferred timing
Preferred colours (I need to know so I can bring along the colours)

and for a parting shot, here's a picture of the manicure I did for Revolution Magazine awhile back (yes I have been painting nails on set for sometime, I just thought, why not get a Diploma to boot~!)

Friday, October 15, 2010

The great satisfaction lies within a tiny $6 $4.95 pack

I know my previous post was about honeymoons, but no, it's not a box of Durex!

My favourite drugstore buy is the humble but oh-so-genius Biore Pore Pack

Biore Pore Pack isn't new to the market.. wasn't it during the good ol' teenage days that we would obsess over getting great skin by using the newest Japanese product? (And maybe now, still)

Recently I did some facials where they told me I have blackheads (like I need to be reminded!), but didn't do anything to remove them.
So today I pulled out my trusty pore packs (I like the ones in black), and stuck them on while enjoying a clay mask.

I love the short and straightforward Wikipedia has on Blackheads:

"A blackhead is a yellow or blackish bump or plug on the skin. A blackhead is a type of acne vulgaris. Contrary to the common belief that it is caused by poor hygiene, blackheads are caused by excess oils that have accumulated in the sebaceous gland's duct. The substance found in these bumps mostly consists of keratin and modified sebum (an oily secretion of the sebaceous gland), which darkens as it oxidizes. Clogged hair follicles, where blackheads often occur, reflect light irregularly to produce a blackhead's "black" hue. For this reason, the blockage might not necessarily look black when extracted from the pore, but may have a more yellow-brown colour as a result of its melanin content."

Here I am now, feeling oh-so-pleased with my clear skin and damn, that was 45c well spent!

Biore Pore Packs are available at Watsons & Guardian Stores. You can also try your friendly heartland NTUCs and Mama stores! They're everywhere!