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Finals is taking a toll on both my mental and physical health. When I start feeling the lowest of the lows, I turn to my mates. This post is a dedication to all of them. A random curation of snapshots by them, of them and with them. Going through the images made me smile and I hope that they'll receive good vibes from this post too.
So much love for everyone.
Labels: Photo diary
His voice. Awkward dancing. Catchy tune. That hair. What's not to love about this video?
Finals is looming over our heads. Studying is tougher than ever when Philosophy is thrown into the mix. Less than a couple more weeks and we'll be free. (As free as we could ever be.)
How's everyone doing? I'm alright, I guess. Been busy busy busy with final exams' preparation (although I must say, I'm nowhere near done) (because tired) (because sleep) and the weather has been so gloomy - it's rained all day and my cat's miserable and so am I.
So I thought I could put up an easy eye look for those of you who has always wanted to try a smokey eye makeup look but quickly brushed the thought away because: a) it might seem tough to do (too much work!) or b) they make your eyes look even smaller.
The technique is to blend blend blend, so there aren't any harsh lines. And the trick I'd like to point out here is to add a glittery/shimmery coloured pencil liner in the water line. It'll not only help to bring out the colour of your eyes but also to widen them, making them look bigger.
Let's start, shall we?
2. Take a fluffy eyeshadow brush and BLEND in the crease until you see no harsh lines. This may take awhile but I assure you this step is woorrrrttthhh it.
3. With a shimmery gold pencil liner, line your waterline. For you first-timers, it's going to feel ticklish but practice first. Sooner or later, you won't feel a thing. You could also use a white pencil liner or any colour that matches the eyeshadow that you'll applying on top of the pencil liner. We're nearly done...
4. The last step, promise! I applied a shimmery gold on top of the liner, gently pressing it on as so to avoid the pigment from entering the eyes. If you want it to be extra sparkly, add on some loose glitter (and I emphasize here: that are SAFE for the eyes). And feel free to smoke out the black to your liking.
And holla, we're done! Don't forget a nude lip, full brows, lots of mascara (or fake lashes, if you're feeling adventurous!) and contour in the cheekbones!
Talk to you soon,
Last week, The Kooks was essentially all I listened to, especially Tick of Time. There's something about this song that pumps me up, it's my caffeine for anytime of the day. It's expressive and fun to sing along to. You could sway your hips, bob your head or tap your foot, whatever it is, you will be moving along to this song. My friend says it reminds him of The Beatles and I think so too. Take a listen and be the judge.
Get off this situation and feel fine.
Labels: tuesday tunes
Currently experience post music festival withdrawal. Urbanscapes weekend was one of the best weekend of 2013. A photo diary will be up real soon once I've compiled all of the photos. Today's photos were taken a few weeks back. Had an impromptu shoot with Riley (his blog link here). The photos were taken with my iPhone because the manual settings of my ancient DSLR was being difficult so here we go.
Thrifted dress, H&M biker jacket & boots, Bag from Markets.
If you want to know more about Riley's outfit, check out his blog.
Sit me down, shut me up.