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Eyeko nail polishes

Indigo, Lilac, Vampira, Vintage, Nude and Cosmic
Happy Sunday all! Looking forward to the week ahead? Normally I totally hate Mondays but I actually have Tuesday off so going into work for 1 day doesn't feel like such a big deal

I had a fantastic weekend thanks in no small part to it being my birthday on Saturday! Everyone was sooo generous and I got some awesome pressies (pics to come - just havent got round to it yet!) I got all dressed up and went to a new indian restaurant for dinner. It was beyond scrummy and I managed to eat so much I could hardly move. Always the sign of a good meal I reckon :)

I'd gone to quite a lot of trouble with my hair, makeup and nails and it was only when I decided to wear my Eyeko Vintage Polish that I decided these polishes really deserve a full post of their own because they're completely superb and the colours are beautiful!

Vintage Polish (my personal favourite!)

I've used two coats of polish in each picture but I was too lazy to bother with a base or top coat - I still think they all manage to look bloody awesome without them though!

Lilac Polish

I've swatched 4 of my favourite shades but I also highly recommend the Nude Polish for anyone who likes more subtle understated colours. If you are purchasing anything from the Eyeko website feel free to use my code E11807 to get a free gift.

Indigo Polish


I've wanted to try the Eyeko lip glosses for a while now so they're top of my don't-actually-need-but-really-really-want shopping list. Do you have any favourite nail polish brands that you can always rely on?

Vampira Polish (Yep, I'm wearing this today)

Thanks for stopping by. Hope you have a fantastic week! xx

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100 followers giveaway winner

Good evening all! Hope you've had a fantastic weekend. I want to apologise for not announcing the winners of my giveaway yesterday as promised but I had absolutely no idea just how long it would take to go through all the entries and input them on random.org. I'm not kidding when I say it took hours!

Anyway I'm pleased to annouce that the winner is *drum roll please* Heather

CONGRATS Heather, I'll be sending you an email shortly!!

A massive thank you to everyone who entered - I've really enjoyed reading the entries (esp the favourite beauty products) and finding loads of new bloggers to follow! In fact the giveaway has been such a success I think I might do a Christmas inspired one too :)
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17 Ways To Lighten the Fuck Up, Calm the Fuck Down, And Remember That Sometimes Life’s Fuckery Only Looks So Big Because It’s Full of Secrets

“If you can't laugh at yourself, life's gonna seem a whole lot longer than you like.”
- Sam, Garden State

This is something I wish I could have given myself this time last year.
  1. Floss your teeth but move around your mouth in the opposite direction you usually do. If you don’t normally floss, try brushing your teeth with the wrong hand, a la Lifehacker. If you don’t normally brush your teeth, you should start. In any case (unless you are ambidextrous), enjoy laughing at yourself for being completely uncoordinated.

  2. Stand in front of a mirror, look yourself in the eye, and deliver one (or all) of these choice pickup lines with CONVICTION: Did it hurt (when you fell from heaven)? Your eyes are like the stars; can I buy you a drink? Are you tired? ‘Cause you’ve been running through my mind all day. My love for you is like diarrhea. (I just can't hold it in.) I’d like to Slytherin to your Chamber of Secrets.



  3. Either thank someone or tell someone you love that you love them, in complete earnest. Expect nothing back.

  4. Giant blanket fort + a children’s book + tater tots. Alter recipe as desired. (My personal favorite? Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. Shinyshinyshiny!)


  5. Think about Obama pooping. The Pope, pooping. Lady Gaga. Pooping. Beyonce, Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, Gala Darling, and babies. Pooping. Like, maybe after eating Indian food. Aughhh gross gross gross. (Unless you have a scat fetish. Then I’m not sure this will help you lighten up. At least it will distract you.)

  6. Get some perspective. Look at the stars. Or the ocean. Or a forest of redwoods. Or a picture of the Earth. Or of the Milky Way. Revel in your insignificance. Know that your existence is a miracle of probability, and recognize how small you are in the bigger scheme of things. Nothing you do matters outside of our tiny portion of the Universe. (I actually find that anything astronomy-related will make me feel insignificant enough to realize how pointless most of my worries are.)

  7. I haven't been able to deduce the original source for this Carl Sagan image-quote, and I'm sure you've seen this before, but it always bears repeating. This is all we have and are. Calm the fuck down.

  8. Play with a dog or a baby.

  9. Get rejected, or fail really hard. Right now. Go do it. Ask someone on the street to marry you. Fashion a three-dimensional self-portrait out of mashed potatoes and butter. Sit in on a large class you’re not taking and attempt to take an exam you are woefully unprepared for. Walk to the convenience store in full costume and makeup as a fruit or vegetable. Fail so goddamn hard that your next failure cannot possibly be this embarrassing or this bad.

  10. Sing a song out loud. Now raise the key and sing it again. Repeat until you sound ridiculous enough to laugh at yourself. (Note: If you are Darren Criss, don’t bother with this one because you will never manage to sound more ridiculous than sexy.)



  11. Attempt to tweeze all your leg hairs. (Or your arm hairs. Or upper lips hairs. Or armpit hairs. You have to have hair in at least one of those places, right?) This works because a) it hurts (and is therefore really distracting), and b) it’s productive. (Although if you really want distracting, try your fingers or toes. Or around your ankles. Oh my God the pain. Don’t do this if you have an addictive personality, though. Tweezing might be less publicized than cutting, but taken to an extreme, it can be a form of self-mutilation too. Don't laugh at this, and don't get addicted to this.)

  12. Do crunches. Do crunches until it hurts, and then do some more until you can’t think about anything except how much your abs ache. Then stop. (Or squats. Or jumproping. Whatever gets you so physically exhausted that your brain turns off, do it.) Alternatively, engage in physical labor. My personal favorite is hand-washing all my laundry, but whatever works for you.

  13. Be unapologetically, gloriously, butt-fucking naked. (Preferably where it’s legal and not distracting to anyone.)

  14. Learn a really embarrassing or elaborate dance routine. (K-Pop routines* are best, but this should also do it.)



  15. Consider your Plan Z. Now consider it again, seriously. Now write down the steps you can take to make Plan Z a reality, and acknowledge that your Plan Z doesn't sound that bad.

  16. Go feed the hungry. No, really. Go call up your nearest soup kitchen and ask when the soonest you can volunteer is. Or do anything, really, that will put you in a situation that surrounds you with people less fortunate than you. Let your tender heart (tend to) start to bleed, and remember that you don’t have it that bad. This isn’t an exercise in sucking it up – being economically and socially privileged comes with its own world of pains – but I find that it’s a really good way to ground yourself. On that note, watch this Neil Pasricha TED talk.



  17. Eat something really sour or really bitter (or otherwise scrunchy-face-inducing). Lemons, bittermelon, durian, and salted licorice (oh my God Ajay why did I have to be introduced to this) all work well for me.

  18. Go to the cemetery. (Preferably one where you can honor your dead and not someone else’s, but anything that isn’t life-threatening that manages to remind you of your mortality should also remind you not to get so caught up in things that don’t or won’t matter.)
*WHAT THE HELL WHERE HAVE ALL THESE INCREDIBLY ATTRACTIVE, SLIGHTLY EFFEMINATE KOREAN MEN BEEN ALL MY LIFE
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none of these will bring disaster

In the words of others,



This being human is a guest house.
Every morning a new arrival.

A joy, a depression, a meanness,
some momentary awareness comes
as an unexpected visitor.

Welcome and entertain them all
Even if they're a crowd of sorrows,
who violently sweep your house
empty of its furniture.

Still, treat each guest honorably,
He may be clearing you out
for some new delight.

The dark thought, the shame, the malice,
meet them at the door laughing,
and invite them in.

Be grateful for whoever comes,
because each has been sent
as a guide from beyond.


- Rumi, in translation



The art of losing isn't hard to master;
so many things seem filled with the intent
to be lost that their loss is no disaster.

Lose something every day. Accept the fluster
of lost door keys, the hour badly spent.
The art of losing isn't hard to master.

Then practice losing farther, losing faster:
places, and names, and where it was you meant
to travel. None of these will bring disaster.

I lost my mother's watch. And look! my last, or
next-to-last, of three loved houses went.
The art of losing isn't hard to master.

I lost two cities, lovely ones. And, vaster,
some realms I owned, two rivers, a continent.
I miss them, but it wasn't a disaster.

-- Even losing you (the joking voice, a gesture
I love) I shan't have lied. It's evident
the art of losing's not too hard to master
though it may look like (Write it!) like disaster.


"One Art" by Elizabeth Bishop



In which I make a decision.

Cardigan: Forever21. T-shirt: Secrets of Mensa, Threadless. Hair ribbon: packaging. Shorts: Alloy + swapped buttons. Tights: generic. Black and white oxfords: Miz Mooz.
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questionable choices

Take two.

T-shirt: Hanes, men's. Skirt: secondhand, gift. Leggings: YesStyle, gift.
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*New* Various Size of Harajuku Lovers fragrances in Store :)

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In September 2008 Gwen Stefani, in cooperation with Cot, prepares to launch a surprise of five fragrance collection devoted to Harajuku fans. The fragrances come in a form of cute small dolls, each of which has its own personality, style, and fragrant note.
There had to be five fragrances as each of them represents different styles of women. Each of the dolls consists of two parts. The upper part is the doll itself, fitted on a pedestal-like glass base filled with the fragrance. The outer boxes give a story of the perfume doll enclosed inside.
Harajuku Lovers collection includes fragrances , Lil' Angel, Music, Baby and G, and each of them is devoted to one of her back vocals, Harajuku Girls, reflecting their fashion and life styles, while one represents her.


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Harajuku Lovers Mini Roll-on Perfume Set
Consists : Harajuku Lovers Love, Lil'Angel, G, Musics & Lovers Baby
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Worth : RM150
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Condition : New with Tester brown box, without cap/doll
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Bargaintastic beauty haul

Good evening all, hope you're having a nice week so far :) I went shopping for my sisters birthday pressie this evening and managed to get myself a dress, 2 pairs of shoes, earrings, makeup and a new book. Unfortunately I didn't spot a single thing for my sis so I'm just gonna give her money, I know it's soo impersonal but she's seriously hard to buy for!!

Decided to do a post on the goodies I picked up from Superdrug and I wanted to start with L'Oreals True Match foundation because it seems like everyone has something positive to say about it! I used this foundation about 3 or 4 years ago and didn't like it at all because I found it terribly drying but my skin is slightly more oily these days so I'm hoping for better results.

Also got a new True Match powder compact because I've hit pan on my current one. The Carbon Gloss is free when you spend over a tenner on L'Oreal stuff and this liner is awesome so I was a very happy bunny :)

I guess the other things I picked up kinda speak for themselves...
Shimmer and shade compact (hmmm...is it technically a compact if there's no mirror?) by Collection 2000 in shade 1 Pink Me Up and a few MUA eye shadows for £1 each. Three cheers for the bargain beauty products!
This Maybelline Line Definer in Black Onyx is one of my favourite products because it's so thin, creamy and easy to apply. If you get the chance to test this in the store I insist that you do cos I reckon you'll be amazed at just how good it is. Honestly the end result is as good as most liquid liners!

I've been using the Maybelline Pure Mineral Concealer and it works well but I cant seem to stick with one product for too long (Yep, I suffer from grass-is-always-greener syndrome) so have wanted to try this one for a while
Tea tree oil and Tea tree moisturiser cos my skin hates me and I hate it right back. Bloody spots.
Little silver heart earrings that I'm gonna wear to work tomorrow. Another bargain at 99p!
Last of all we have the Maybelline Falsies mascara. I know I'm a bit late with this because it's only been around for, oooh, a hundred years or so now but I wanted to give it a go to see what I reckon.

Anyway I'm off for a late shower and a nice cup of tea before bed. Hope you have a great Friday! :)
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My first (and hopefully not last!) blog award


Hello all, just a quick post to mention my first ever blog awards! I received these from the lovely Real Girls Beauty who I've been following for quite a while cos her blog is rather awesome!

I'm slightly embarrassed to admit just how excited and pleased I am about these awards. So much so in fact that when I found out I woke my flatmate straight away to share the good news. He wasn't nearly as excited as me. Strange.

Anyway, I just wanted to do a little post on this because it was really appreciated and although I blog just because I enjoy it it's good to know someone actually likes reading my (sometimes totally nonsensical) ramblings :)
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Review - Lush goodies

HURRAH! The weekend is finally here!! Don't you just love Friday evenings? Two whole days of doing, well, whatever you please. Adryen is currently making me a nice cup of tea then we're gonna eat ridiculous amounts of chocolate whilst watching Sons Of Anarchy. Living on the edge, dont you know :)

Anywho, the preposterously generous people at Lush sent me some goodies to try so I wanted to let you know what I think. Gonna review a couple now and a couple at a later date cos I haven’t used some of the products enough to be 100% sure how I feel about them

First of all we have the Sweet Lips Lip Scrub (£4.50 for 25g) I was so impressed by this product that I called into Lush the following day and picked up the Bubblegum version

This comes in a little glass jar and the first thing I noticed when I opened it was the smell! As we’ve all come to expect from Lush it was strong, sweet and smelt completely edible. Which in this case it is :)
This is basically a vanilla and chocolate flavoured sugar scrub that you rub into your lips to help keep them all soft n smooth. What I love about this is that the effect is immediate unlike a lot of lip balms where you have to wear them for hours on end before you see any sort of result. With this scrub you slather it on, give it a good old rub and the job’s a good ‘un

I guess this is just different from all my lip products which is why I was so intrigued by the idea and I’ve found it works a treat on my poor chapped lips

Secondly we have Cinders (£1.95 for 90g) which is a cinnamon and almond ballistic. As a general rule I’m not a big fan of bath bombs… I just prefer a good old-fashioned bubble bath because I find bath bombs just turn the water a funny colour and don’t make my skin feel any better
I was happy to give this a try because the smell was totally superb! Honestly it was like Christmas in bath bomb form, which has gotta be a good thing. In fact my best friend could smell it from the hallway in my house – you have to walk through the living room, kitchen and back porch to get to the bathroom so as you can probably tell the aroma is far from subtle

What I didn’t like about this was the big orange stain it left around my bath :( I know it’s not a big deal but when I get out of a nice hot relaxing bath the last thing I wanna do is clean the tub

I’m fairly new to the Lush range and haven’t tried many products so I was wondering if there’s anything you’d recommend? My sister is completely obsessed with the stuff so she can’t really give me an unbiased opinion; as far as she’s concerned every single item is a must have! ♥
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grrrrah!

To be honest, I'm not sure exactly what Cal's fight song sounds like (SHAME AND DISHONOR!), but at least I can pretend I have school spirit in these blue shorts and little yellow-gold socks. (Just look at this gorgeous work of Cal-colored art captured by Work It, Berk and try to tell me blue and gold aren't meant to be together.)

Here is a pro-con list for my shorts from alloy:

I might have a wedgie in this picture, but I don't recall having to pick it after taking these photos, so it might just be the cut of the shorts.

T-shirt: Napoleon in War Paint, Threadless. Necklace: garden key from garage sale + chain from craft store. Shorts: alloy. Yellow socks: Forever21. Black and white oxfords: Miz Mooz.
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artificial sweetener

This skirt is so precious it almost doesn't feel right to wear it any way other than like a schoolgirl.

Not that my Catholic school uniform looked anything like this. (My skirt hung around my calves, and our polos were boxy. Not to mention the white socks rule.)

Above, skirt: Alloy. Striped polo: Nordstrom Rack. Socks: Hello Kitty, gift. Black and white oxfords: Miz Mooz.

On an entirely unrelated note, I'm not sure why, but being reunited with knitting needles and yarn or with sewing needles and thread always kills any desire I have to shop. All I want to do is run around a fabric warehouse.
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11/25

So I was talking to Victoria a while ago, for the first time in way too long, and she said that it doesn't matter if I can't figure out what I want, because I'm either going to continue doing what I'm doing, or something is going to snap, and then I'll know.

Funnily enough, the title of this post doesn't refer to the date of Thanksgiving this year. IT WAS MY MIDTERM GRADE OMG PATHETIC.

And funnily enough, that 11/25 didn't sent me running from computer science, because I went to lab the next morning wearing this, knowing full well that I was about to be handed back the lowest exam score I have ever received in my life, after which I went back to my apartment to read about asymptotic analysis and hash tables.

(For the record, the class average was ~50%, so it wasn't that awful, but I mean, don't try to convince me that an F feels good.)

I could say that this skirt is a metaphor for how many points I earned on the midterm, what with it being the shortest skirt I have ever worn without tights, but the truth is, it was just really hot that day and I like the ratty lacy hem.

Above, Cal t-shirt: Cal Student Store. Corduroy skirt: American Eagle, secondhand, gift. Boots: Steven by Steve Madden.

To be honest, I'm not sure where exactly the tipping point was, but, well - about a week after that 11/25, something snapped. It was like... one day I woke up and everyone else shut up and the only voice I heard was my own. It said "Stop eating cookies they will go straight to your hips! Also, stop pretending to be a computer science student or your life will continue to be graygraygray."

So for once, I took heed.
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*New* Idole d'Armani by Giorgio Armani Edp Parfum

100% Brand new with box and authentic guarantee by Giorgio Armani Parfum.

IDOLE d’ARMANI is an ode to femininity. The IDOLE woman glows with a magnetic sensuality and a natural grace. She is exquisite, captivating, sexy and sensual. She is expressive and reveals her strength of character. The elegance of her inner soul makes her simply sublime. Giorgio Armani has created an opulent floral fragrance, the unexpected encounter of an inspiration from the Orient and timeless Italian elegance. The idol is revealed, magnificent and sensual. The top is dazzling with bitter orange, juicy pear, ginger and davana notes. At the heart, bright and audacious, rose loukoum, the very own emblem of IDOLE d’ARMANI, and mythical jasmine with a shimmer of sunshine, blend boldly with saffron absolute, rare and delicately leathered, tinting this floral delight with a honey-coloured subtle spicy note. At the base, luminous and sensual, unexpected styrax, patchouli and vetiver, at once refined and progressive, come to add their own harmony to the saffron heart of flowers, joining forces with the woman who wears it, without ever marking or dissimulating its character, melting into the skin of she who succumbs.

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The outer packaging is like a block of pure gold, polished then sculpted in fine, even grooves to form a sophisticated and precious holder. The IDOLE d’ARMANI signature is stamped and engraved.

Read Review : HERE


Idole d'Armani by Giorgio Armani Edp Parfum

~ 30ml Edp Spray
Our Price : RM175.00

~ 50ml Edp Spray
Our Price : RM210.00

~ 100ml Edp Spray
Our Price : RM245.00

Under pre-order, delivery maks 7days & while stock last with our supplier.


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a short revision

I didn't expect too much from these high-waisted shorts from alloy, considering the fabric on the fabric-covered buttons tore off when I hand-washed them for the first time. But what's a girl to do with an otherwise perfectly good pair of shorts?



Enter my grandmother's stash of buttons. (Everyone's grandma has a stash of buttons, right?)

Five hand stitches later, I had myself a pair of gold-buttoned, high-waisted shorts, looking more nautical than ever. (And more wrinkly than ever, but let's ignore that right now.)

...VICTORY!
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