Monday, September 8, 2014

SK-II E-shop on Zalora: A Beauty Review

We all desire to have beautiful complexion, yet not everyone is born with it. In my teenage years, I suffered from whiteheads, blackheads, acne, mille seeds and all other sorts of skin conditions on my face. All that changed when I turned to SK-II eight months ago. In collaboration with SK-II on ZALORA Singapore, here’s a review of the effectiveness of my two favourites from the SK-II range:

Saturday, September 6, 2014

September Floral Outfit

September is a month marked with interesting activities — it features the end of the Hungry Ghost Festival and the celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival. Mountains of colourful leaf litter are commonly spotted at the other side of the world, yet not so in Singapore. Why not brighten up this month in our own way by sporting a floral outfit?

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Kinohimitsu beauty review

I recently received a timely gift from my caring brother. With less than 6 hours of sleep every day, as well as tons of junk food to help me stay awake through my late nights, this health booster really does come in handy! If you're intending to quickly and effectively boost your overall health, here's a candid review of Kinohimitsu's J'pan Collagen Diamond 5300 and J'Pan D'tox Juice.

Kinohimitsu Collagen & Detox drink

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

L'Usine Space at Le Loi

More than just a fashion boutique, café and art gallery, L’Usine is a contemporary Vietnamese experience in Ho Chi Minh City. Inspired by the timeless elegance and enterprising industry of the Indochina era, L’Usine’s founders have designed a space that not only showcases global fashion but also celebrates modern Vietnamese creativity. L'Usine also provides free Wi-Fi within their cafés. We visited both L'Usine outlets, but this post focuses on the one at Le Loi.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Tasty ramen for the itchy mouth at Men-Ichi

Did you know that the soup broth at Men-ichi is brewed for over 14 hours to give it its thick, full-bodied flavour? They use 100% home-made noodles created with their very own special recipe. The storefronts of Men-Ichi restaurants mimic those of typical ramen outlets in Japan, and there are no frills in the ambience within. You won't usually spot a long queue, but you may have to settle for undesirable seats such as the ones next to the bar counter. Find out how to get extra noodles for free at the end of the post.