There’s nothing quite as convenient as online shopping, but just as The Balance has pointed it, it has its ups and downs. Thankfully, beauty items are easier to shop for than apparel. Online makeup shopping can come with its own problems; however, they’re never quite as stressful as finding the perfectly fitted dress or jeans from these digital retailers.
And if you’re ever unhappy with a product or receive the wrong order, most online fashion and beauty aggregators have free returns and exchanges, with e-shops like Pretty Me Philippines disclosing a seven-day return policy while others can range between 14 and 30 day periods. But you want to be as accurate as possible when it comes to your makeup purchases, and while these return policies are perfect for when you get your orders wrong, it’s best to get it right the first time. Any delays in using your beauty products are just an absolute pain for any makeup addicts.
February is almost at a close but it’s never too late to do something for love month. This month isn’t just for your love ones, this month should be deemed the ideal time to start incorporating self-love into our routine. Whether you nurture yourself internally or take some extra pride in your outward appearance, get ready to make 2016 the year you fall head-over-heels in love — with yourself.
I’m sure this has happened to you too. You go to a mall and a saleslady comes up to you and asks if you need help with anything. You say you want to try [insert brand name here] and she just looks blankly at you or asks you to repeat the name. Then she realizes that you are referring to [insert brand name here] and subtly mentions the correct pronunciation of the brand while you, on the other hand, want the earth to swallow you whole. There’s no need to feel so embarrassed. Mispronunciation of brand names happens to the best of us, even the richest socialite!
Belated Halloween, kiddies! How was yours? Mine was fantastic and I spent most of it as a zombie.
This was pre-bloody me
All bloodied up
I believe I was the freakiest zombie during the walk
Shabby wanted me to make a tutorial on how to achieve this zombie effect. Well I’ll try.
As my base, I used Dr. Jart Black Label BB Cream to even out my skintone. Then I used Kokuryu, a greenish pancake foundation to make me pale (when applied on skin, it becomes white with light green undertone). Unfortunately, I think Kokuryu has folded up. *shrugs*