Tuesday, April 27, 2010

O.P.I Tiny Takeouts Mini Collection

My first OPI polish ever! Happiness goes with nail polishes, isn't it? I bought it through multiply from a very nice seller, Armie, thanks to you! I super duper love it! And here it goes...

Armie made sure that it would be in great condition when it delivered to me (see the bubble wrap, super loves)

blurry pix sorry, it won't give justice as to how rich the color they are in reality.

Its the O.P.I Tiny Takeouts Mini Collection

Yes, it is the InStyle Best Beauty Buys 2010 Winner!!!

Their take: Pick the taster menu of OPI's Hong Kong Collection with Tiny Takeouts Minis. Taking inspiration from Hong Kong, an edgy city where old meets new, these exquisite shades bring this season's fashion to life.

Providing a veritable feast of China's colourful culture, OPI Tiny Takeouts Minis include a good-luck shade of red sizzle, a sweet pinky purple, and a serene blue for a cool contrast. OPI nail lacquers contain no DBP, toluene, or formaldehyde.

This collection consists of Red My Fortune Cookie, Dim Sum Plum, Suzi Says Feng Shui and the OPI Rapidry Top Coat, all in 3.75 ml, so tiny that I do not want to use it for my personal use and just look at it the whole day haha!

And here's my NOTW!!! Goin' Environmental friendly (color wise)! Happy Earth Day to all!

Till next ladies!!!!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

NOTD: My first ever KONAD Sponging technique!

Its been awhile since I've updated my blog...my work keeps me busy all the time but don't worry all your post had been read by yours truly, every single day!!! Happy to know some of you missed me too *wink*

Here's my first ever nail art using KONAD sponging technique... its very untidy but I hope I do well in the coming days...

Hahaha!!! I know, I know.. I need more practice...

Have a blessed day to all!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010


Hello lovelies!!!!!

We are looking for 37 young delegates who would represent our country to the 37th Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP) and it could be YOU!!!!

Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP) is an annual cultural exchange program that started in 1974 as a joint statement between ASEAN member countries and Japan. Participated by young people from ASEAN member countries and Japan, the program's objective is to promote friendship and mutual understanding among delegates and the local youth in their respective countries.

Selected delegates live on board a Japanese luxury liner and visit participating countries where they get involved in various activities and increase their awareness and appreciation of each other's culture, traditions, institutions, and family life.

Visit www.youth.net.ph for more information and uploading of application form.

Also visit the live journal of one of the beneficiaries of this said program, Anna Oposa for a fun filled journey to SSEAYP here and here.

YOU could be the one we are looking to be part of this program.

Till next!