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*New* Lovely By Sarah Jessica Parker 2pc Mini Set

100% brand new & authentic by Sarah Jessica Parker.

Lovely is the first fragrance by Sarah Jessica Parker (in partnership with Coty Inc.). Obsessed with style and fashion, Sarah always wanted to create a signature scent that would be very sexy and yet undeniably classy. She did not want her fragrance to be overpowering, but instantly recognizable, like infamous aromatic concoction she made for herself from 3 separate fragrances before she co-created Lovely.

Lovely is a soft, powdery, discrete and very intimate fragrance, announced as 'silky white amber'. It possesses an elegance characteristic of classic fragrances. And yet the fragrance is quite modern and very charming.

It opens with soft citruses (nectarine and bergamot) and woody (rosewood) notes, with a touch of lavender, which is very discrete and not at all sharp. The fragrance develops further with notes of apple martini, white daffodil and orchid. The base unites white amber, cedar, woody notes and white musk.

Read A Review : HERE

Lovely By Sarah Jessica Parker 2pc Mini Set
Consists :
~ Eau De Parfum 5ml
~ Gentle Bath & Shower Gel 50ml
Worth : RM80++
Our Offer Price : RM59.90
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SHOULD I WASH MY HAIR? a flowchart

FOR MY OWN ENTERTAINMENT: This is legitimately how I decide if I should wash my hair or not.

Click to embiggen for easier reading.

(I just noticed I should've kept all the pronouns second-person. Ah, well.)
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Cheap, chunky and very cheerful

My favourite Spring/Summer necklace - £14.99 from New Look

I’ve been loving brightly-coloured, chunky pieces of statement jewellery recently. I find they just make an outfit look so much more put together (even if I happen to have thrown on a pair of plain black trousers and a plain shirt) I love purple so this was right up my street - £2.99 Superdrug

And although I don’t usually go for matchy matchy looks I do rather enjoy wearing an eyeshadow and nail polish that match my jewellery I loved the purple one so much I had to buy the green too - £2.99 from Superdrug

Over the last few weeks I’ve picked up some cute necklaces from Superdrug and New Look… Unfortunately my collection is still Tiffany free but, hey, I’ve bought a lottery ticket and I’m feeling pretty lucky :)

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Max Factor Nailfinity

I reckon Max Factor nail polishes are totally underrated; they’re so easy to apply thanks to the fab brush and lovely formula. In fact my only complaint would be that the range of colours available is seriously limited
My sister bought me this one ages ago and it’s one of those colours I’d never have chosen myself but am now rather fond of. Feels a bit like a "grown up" colour, which is completely different from my bright greens and barbie pinks :)
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100% brand new & authentic by Laneige. Ideal for outdoor activities for couple. Easy storage in your bag as it is a trial kit.

A powerful sunblock with SPF 50 defends skin against UVA and UVB rays to prevent skin damage and premature skin aging. Creamy formula easily spreads on, quickly sinking into skin without leaving an unsightly whitish cast. Beta glucan and enzyme extracts soothe and nourish skin while providing superior protection from UV rays. Recommended for use with outdoor activities. By Laneige. South Korean Brand: Laneige.

*Excellent UV block effect covering both UVA and UVB protects skin effectively even outdoors with high sun exposure.
*Skin compatibility-based preventive formula works more safely on the skin while effectively blocking UV rays.
*Wateproof & Dermatologist Tested.
*Beta Glucan and enzyme extracts soothes and protects skin from UV rays
*Having powerful UV blocking benefit, it is appropriate for outdoor sports and activities

Potent SPF 50 and easy to spread formulation makes for effortless skin protection against the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays. Lightweight formula is quickly absorbed, creating a veritable shield on skin the moment you step out. Rub-proof and water-proof, so that you have one less thing to worry about while going about your day. By Laneige For Men.

LANEIGE Sun Block Trial Duo Kit
Consists :
~ Laneige Sun Block High Lasting SPF50+++ 10ml x1 (For Women)
~ Laneige Homme Sun Block Leports SPF50+++ 10ml x1 (For Men)
~ Comes with box
Worth : RM60++
Our Offer Price : RM38.00/set
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One of the Best Thing About Birthdays : Cakes and Presents!

Thank you all my dear frens for celebrating with me! Love you all and thanks for all the lovely wishes and presents! I love them all! ;)

Yummy delicious cakes!!! 

 My first sports attire! Hope I will make use of tis :)

 Thomas Sabo - Paris Eiffel charm!

Ribbon belt to "slimify" my waist!

Heated eyelash curler! Woah forget abt falsies, am gonna have no-stick-on curly doll lashes soon!

 A purse for me to keep MORE $, ¥, €, £, RM!!

Swarovski  limited edition of Alice's key pendant necklace! Alice in Wonderland fever has not died down! :)
You babes still remember my craze over Alice! 

A cute phone - Sony Spiro to replace my broken phone! :) 


Missy Doroshi
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Benefit "Make You Pretty (Day & Night)" Beauty Workshop

Hey ladies! There will be a FREE Beauty Workshop at Benefit Metrojaya, Mid Valley on 29/4 and 30/4 featuring the latest make-up trends "Make You Pretty (Day & Night)" by Benefit trainer. No purchase of vouchers required. Light refreshments will be served. You will get a limited edition Double Ended Gloss with purchase of any box of powders.

There are 2 sessions available:-
  • Session 1 : 12:00pm - 2:00pm
  • Session 2 :   4:30pm - 6:30pm
Please call 03-2282 9266 for appointment. Limited seats available.

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Ben's General Food Store

Celebrated my birthday here at the newest outlet from BIG Group - Ben's General Food Store. Outlets under BIG Group includes T Forty Two, Canoodling and Plan B.
Cozy and relax atmosphere. 

 Salads on display.

Desserts looks delicious!

Array of pastries waiting for you to tickle your taste buds.

 Love the glass design, it makes plain water taste better! :)

Romanian Poatato (RM9.90) for starter. Fresh fragrant herbs smell blends well with the well-cooked potatoes.

Main course - Il Carnivore pizza (RM24.90)

The aroma of the pizza is heavenly! All my favourite red meat spread all over the pizza, what a sight! :)
Tomatoes, beef bacon, beef pepperoni, cheese sausage, lamb chorizo, chicken and mozzarella spread on top of crust crispy pizza. Delisiozo!

I was so full till I cant even walk, but my Mr. longed to try their dessert pizza. Lucky the portion is not as big as the main course pizza. We picked pears, almonds, butterscotch and mascarpone dessert pizza (RM12.90), taste yummy, reminds me how much I have missed the Dutch dessert pizza I had in London. You guys must try this definitely.

Nutella Milkshake (RM11.90) is one of their famous milkshake with a mix of nutella, hazelnuts, milk and vanilla ice-cream. I ordered a Oreo milkshake (RM9.90), thick creamy texture and sweet delicious taste which I made me wanna order for more!

Dinner ended on a high note with a delectably rich shot of caffeine from the Macchiato (RM6.90).

Ben's General Food Store,
G17, Bangsar Village I, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2284-8790
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DIY Clay Mask

Knowing I'm a big fan of face masks my housemate bought me a DIY clay face mask powder and little mixing set. All you have to do is mix 2 tsps of the powder with 2 tsps of water and voila; a simple, homemade face mask. As sad as it sounds I was really excited at the thought of trying this out and figured I'd let you know how it worked :)

Apparently you can actually combine the clay with other ingredients to help with different skin concerns… I can see myself in a white lab coat intently creating all manner of magical skin perfecting concoctions (not that I get carried away or anything) but to start with I just went for the standard clay and water mix…
The results were surprisingly good! My skin felt soft, smooth and completely clean but without being tight or uncomfortable. I only kept the mask on for about 10 minutes, by which point it had dried in and started to crack - which has gotta be one of my favourite things about clay masks - then I rinsed it off

Thanks to the dry, clingy texture I had to gently rub this for about a minute before I'd got rid of every last drop but because the texture is ever so slightly grainy it worked like an exfoliator, which just helped smooth my skin even more
After using the mask I applied my usual serum and night cream which was absorbed pretty much straight away. I woke this morning and my skin looked vibrant, felt pretty damn smooth and my makeup went on more easily than usual. I found the whole process strangely satisfying and am already looking forward to using this again! ♥
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Burts Bees Lip Shimmer - Watermelon

My lips are incredibly easily annoyed - if the weather is too dry, too cold, too hot, too anything really, then my lips become dry n chapped in no time. It means I rarely go to bed without slathering them in Vaseline and always have a lip balm or 2 in my bag just in case

Although I've tried lots of different brands I generally come back to the same ones that I've found particularly reliable; Carmex, Vaseline and Burts Bees to name a few... So when I was doing a little online shopping last month I ordered one of the Burts Bees Lip Shimmers in Watermelon

The shape of this was a bit of a surprise cos it's so much thinner than the regular BBs lip balms that I own (i's almost pencil thin) Also, I panicked a little when I saw the colour - it's so much darker and more purple-y than I'd expected but thankfully it just gives a really lovely translucent glow with a hint of colour when it's on the lips
The only thing that left me slightly disappointed was the smell - I'd expected it to be a deliciously fruity watermelon scent (what with it being called watermelon n all) but it actually smells of peppermint. Not exactly a bad thing but kinda disappointing if it isn't what you're expecting, you know?

As for the balm itself it's smooth, not too greasy and definitely not sticky so I thoroughly enjoy using it! Oh and I love the skinny tube as it's so easy to apply without worrying about colouring outside the lines :)
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*New* Etienne Aigner Pour Femme 3pc Perfume Discovery Kit

100& brand new & authentic by Etienne Aigner. Smell goods with this fresh & wonderful fragrance.

Etienne Aigner is launching a new fragrance Etienne Aigner Pour Femme which arrives on the market in 2010. After successful edition Starlight from 2008 which gives us a dose of mystery and elegance, the new Pour Femme promises a more daring approach. The concept is based of wealth, luxury and extravagance, accompanied by elegant and sensual notes of the composition.

Etienne Aigner Pour Femme radiates with unique and harmonious essences which accentuate femininity, sensibility ad elegance of a lady. Aim of this fragrance is to reflect quality and style of the brand. Its components create luminous and modern rhythm with timeless femininity and sophistication. This fragrance, as the house of Etienne Aigner announces, was created to be a classic and to represent name of the brand in the best way possible.

Top notes encompass fine, spicy tacts of black pepper, fresh dew drops, bergamot and mandarin. A heart intertwines Bulgarian rose, freesia and fruity taste of apricot, while a base is built around fines notes of amber, patchouli, white musk and woody cedar. Its woody-oriental finish closes down with gourmand almond aroma. The flacon has the same form as violet Starlight edition, and advertising poster is made in similar style.

Read A Review : HERE

Etienne Aigner Pour Femme 3pc Perfume Discovery Kit
Consists :
~ Eau De Parfum 6ml
~ Parfum Shower Gel 50ml
~ Parfum Vials 1.5ml Edp Spray
Worth : RM1xx
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Things I Love: March 2011

Dear March,

Things have been a little rough lately, but I hope you'll forgive me for being so late on this one (I do own a watch, Eduardo). For you, March, a thousand times over, because you brought me...
  • generously buttered toast
  • walking to class without headphones on and listening to everything
  • black tea in the morning
  • the guy who catcalled at some suggestive example during lecture
  • The King's Speech, which I don't even want to like because of the Oscars (bitter TSN fangirl!), but which I really can't help but like. I really admire Colin Firth in this movie (not that I've seen him in other movies), and his and Geoffrey Rush's characters have such an epic bromance (sort of the opposite of The Social Network, I have to say). Helena Bonham Carter is flawless, the acting is fantastic (in a very obvious way), and I EVEN LIKE TOM HOOPER'S DIRECTING. It's not invigorating the way David Fincher's films tend to be; you're never on the edge of your seat, but it's so aesthetically solid. The costumes, the overall colors, the way the very simple and deliberate camera angles work - it's not flashy at all, but it's skillful and just very pleasing. Plus, I really like the score. Gratuitous mediaspam:
This opening sequence is so ... quaint, or something. So charming! The entire movie is so charming!

Oh, the colors!

Flawless woman is flawless. I must admit, it was strange to see Helena Bonham Carter playing a completely sane character, but I think I liked it.

Oh, Colin Firth. Why do you and that wall go together so well?

My favorite moment in the whole film, and my favorite TKS graphic.

I'm glad Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross won the Oscar for best original score (The Social Network would've been a completely different movie without it), but I think the score for The King's Speech was really nice. Very pleasant. Like the entire movie, I guess. And it stands alone better than the TSN score. Which has a track titled "Cocksucker." And which can't really be compared to any movie score I've paid attention to before.
  • Mark (the person I know in real life, not the Zuck)
  • Black Swan (can you tell I was on a mission to watch more of the Oscar nominees?), because Natalie Portman has an incredible face, and the aesthetics of this movie are so blunt but so well done. (The costumes! The use of black and white, light and shadow! The mirrors! The score! The fact that I'm uncharacteristically anticipating Mila Kunis in Friends With Benefits!)
Okay, to be honest, I get bored pretty easily watching actors emote, but this is my favorite scene in the movie. Even if Natalie Portman has a scene like this in every movie she's done. What can I say? She cries well, and I like her.

I also really like all the shots of the back of her head. I'm not sure why. Maybe because it gives the film its thriller feel.

But seriously, the color palette for this movie. Unf.

Look at this! In the next frame, she leans forward into the black part (is it a door? I'm not sure, but) SO SYMBOLIC, SO BLUNT, SO WELL-DONE!


All in all, not one of those movies that hits me in the gut, and definitely very "ic wut u did there aronofsky," but it kept me glued to my screen, and it's really pretty, so if you haven't seen it, you are Missing Out.
  • Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip for the rhythm of Aaron Sorkin's dialogue (although I couldn't get past the third episode, but then again I never made it past the third episode of Mad Men or the second episode of Gossip Girl. Evidently, the only kind of television that can keep my attention for an entire season is the kind where the characters break into song every episode, a la Glee.)
  • Vanessa from My Heart Blogged, for being the nicest commenter ever
  • Ingrid Michaelson's cover of "Creep"
  • Jess
  • Kathleen, for her extremely upper crust pronunciation of "handstand"
  • eating out with my mother
  • The Golden Compass, for Lyra and Roger
  • working on blog posts that are essentially big catalogues of what I have consumed in the past month (oh hey)
  • Siggi's skyr
  • Script Frenzy (which I decided to do because Alex said he was going to do it, and which (I think) we both are failing miserably at so far)
  • chocolate glazed donuts
  • the girl who exclaimed "I LOVE YOUR COAT!" on my way out of class
  • Easy A, almost entirely for Emma Stone

I love this line.

Olive Penderghast is a fantastic fictional human being. And this is an excellent way to deal with stupidity.

I am so excited for The Amazing Spider-Man, and it's 60% to do with Andrew Garfield, 1% to do with Spider-Man, and 39% to do with Emma Stone. LOOK AT THIS WOMAN. (I also cannot wait to see Crazy, Stupid, Love, although that one's mostly for Ryan Gosling.)
  • cornbread with hot milk
  • working on a script again
  • Brittany/Santana on Glee, because "Landslide" reminded me that I kind of like this show

  • emailing Liana
  • Steven
  • The Social Network, the rewatch, because I noticed that the breakup scene is probably the first time that Eduardo's said something deliberately hurtful to Mark, ever (MY CREYS)
  • sleeping off a migraine for 12+ hours
  • Henry!!!
  • Skyping with Bella (I didn't know that Armie Hammer was on Gossip Girl! My heart! My ovaries!)
  • the really awesome, friendly, and funny sales assistant helping me at Clinique for making excellent stranger-talk
  • my cousin Nate, for bonding time and giving me a ride home
  • that Victoria, who is studying abroad in Sendai, is okay and has gotten out of the area
  • belting "Never Let Me Go" while doing the dishes
  • writing for Bella's zine, Grrrl Fashion Journal
  • my uncle for letting me use his Barnes & Noble gift card for frivolous book purchases (pictured here), although I have to say, the Barnes & Noble website is probably one of the worst e-commerce sites I've ever used. There's no way to delete your account. That is fucked up.
  • my current dentist (I guess my childhood dentists set up very low expectations for comfort during dental procedures, because I was so surprised at the kindness of my current dentist telling me "Well if you can't breathe, we'll just have to work without [that torturous device that keeps your jaw open]" that I teared up)
  • breakfast potatoes (Nothing. Compares.)
  • Zodiac, which is really not the sort of movie you should stop watching halfway through, because if you go to sleep without finishing it, your dreams will be So Effed Up. Highlights: David Fincher's directing in general for the motion/movement/action/stillness, Jake Gyllenhaal being precious and Eagle Scout-y, Robert Downey Jr. in general, the suspense! masterfully played like the tensest violin string for 157 minutes straight, and Mark Ruffalo's kind of effeminate voice, which I want to tuck myself into and roll around in.
  • the 2009 draft of The Social Network because Mark and Eduardo's relationship reads like Studio 60 Matt and Danny with a mutual baby
  • It's Kind of a Funny Story, because of Keir Gilchrist, Emma Roberts, Zak Galifianakis (holy crap, that was the first time I've ever tried to spell his last name without Google auto-complete, and HOLY CRAP), a fun and great soundtrack, and the relatability of Craig's story. (I mean, you don't choose depression. It happens to you, and there isn't always a dramatic reason for it.)
I'm going to use this space to inform you that I want to make some comment about my Thing with a capital T for men in eyeliner, but that my unease about Keir Gilchrist's age at the time of filming is making me exercise some modicum of self-control. Honestly, I can see why this movie got so many negative reviews, but I think this movie cuts (and probably heals) deep for a lot of young people who know and remember how painful youth can be. Especially you, children of Tiger Moms. (I haven't read the book by Ned Vizzini yet, but I plan on it!)
  • WALL OF WORDS #1: The Thin Red Line, because 1) Terrence Malick's directing is breathtaking (almost literally), and 2) who isn't in this movie? (Cast includes James Caviezel, Sean Penn, John Cusack, Adrien Brody, Woody Harrelson, Miranda Otto, Jared Leto, John Travolta, and George Clooney, to start). If The Tree of Life is anything at all like The Thin Red Line, I will probably fall down and weep (and understand it all (or not)). I feel like The Thin Red Line (and The Tree of Life, judging by the trailer) toes the line of cheesy dramatics but never crosses it, and instead plants itself firmly on the side of beautiful. I could go on and on about how big this film feels, and how deep, how wide, how full of sorrow and joy, and life and death, how much it makes me feel like I am crawling back into the womb, how much I want to throw myself to the ground and, well, weep, like I am witnessing the intersection of human and divine, but I'll just leave you with a recommendation to watch this movie, the warning that it is very, very slow - and yet still worth watching, and the disclaimer that I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS FOR MALICK'S VOICEOVERS, OKAY.
  • Spenser
  • that the Borders I went to was closing down, because I bought Old School and All in the Timing and enjoyed both of them
  • eating lunch at IKEA
  • hoodies under a layer of outerwear, because they make me feel particularly badass
  • All in the Timing, especially for "Variations on the Death of Trotsky"
  • Old School for being very, very good in a humble way, and because I can see so much of myself in it
  • that Forever21 never fits me, because otherwise I would be broke
  • Connie
  • Lincoln
  • Ender's Game, the reread, because I like stories about compassion and pain, and life, and death, and kids who are forced to grow up too quickly (and if those stories happen to involve zero-gravity battles, all the better)
  • WALL OF WORDS #2: Never Let Me Go, the novel, because it is so understated and subtle. It seeps into your consciousness. Compared to the movie, it's less piercingly full of sorrow, and yet, even though I didn't even get teary-eyed watching the film, when I finished reading the book, I sat there blankly and wept. Not cried. Wept. Over the idea of resignation, I think, because it's an idea that has resonated with me for most of my life, and one that I have used to reason my way out of debilitating despair many, many times. (On a critical note, I'm more interested in Kathy and Ruth's relationship than Kathy and Tommy's, because it cuts me so much deeper, which is probably one reason why I found the book more emotionally compelling than the movie, although Andrew Garfield's Tommy HURTS SO GOOD.)
  • Fight Club the book because it makes me appreciate the movie so much more. (Sure, the book is good and interesting, but I think it might be the fighting words of a generation that is not my own. I'm probably going to get shot for this Unpopular Opinion.)
  • my cousin for helping me work on my resume (it is a White Blank Page)
  • perfect exam scores
  • quinoa
  • Jessie for a refreshing glass of water and a talk
  • ridiculous emails from Bella
  • awesome guest lectures about artificial intelligence
  • chips and glorious salsa from Cancun, courtesy of Kim
  • these beautiful human beings:
Jesse Unrealistically Attractive Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg for American Cinematographer

Jesse Gotta Have My Bowl, Gotta Have Cereal Eisenberg

Armie Fabulous Hammer

Andrew Christmas-Came-Early Garfield

Emma Stone. That hair! That dress! That lipstick!

Emma Stone at an Easy A premiere. YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID.

Emma I-want-to-cast-her-as-Ginny-Weasley Stone.

Thank you, March. April's Things I Love should be coming soon, but I remind myself that I was lucky to have had any time with you at all.
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