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Review: Silkygirl & Maybelline Matte Lipsticks

Okay people, I know I have been missing in action on blogging for quite a while, I mean, for months and that's a very long time. I was MIA since the pandemic. You know, online class is freaking exhausting. I can adapt & I honestly love online classes but when examinations are replaced with continuous assessment, that's the real thing.  Back to my topic, I have been wanting to do this for a very long time but the time constraints. You know, since I'm a cheapskate especially to beauty products, specifically makeups, I bought everything from drugstores. Ngl, my preferred brand would be Silkygirl since the price is very affordable (that's why it's hard to find Silkygirl items with discounted price) and usually it will only offer you a maximum of 30% discount either in Watsons or Guardian.  I bought Maybelline's lipstick because of the trend and other's review, thus I think it would be an honour to review both since these are the most popular products and bra
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Ideas During Covid-19 Restriction Movement Order

Credit:  Pinterest Hi! I know I've been missing in action for a month or two. I am now back for good, I hope I can keep this up forever, pray for me. Well, Malaysia is currently under Restriction Movement Order where we are advised to control our movement and only go out for necessary things, we can't even go across the state border unless for a valid reason. Plus, even almost everything should be stopped at the moment; except for some services that might be needed for the country and for public. Well yes, I am talking about my studies. We do not have any classes but the most shocking part is even e-learning/class should not be available until 12 April for UiTM (including mid semester break). Let me start with some ideas during the RMO, these are some ideas that I have done and some might be on the list for me to do sooner. Binge watch movies/TV series/Netflix I am still searching for good movies to watch during this quarantine days, so if you have any go

How to Create & Publish Your Own Instagram Filter? (with one simple crown effect tutorial)

Photo credit:  Pinterest Hello everyone! I hope everyone is doing fine right now. My Instagram followers know that I have been making Instagram filters, I am so amazed that I finally made it! Well, I am not going rant much about how I observe ways to make it, I'm gonna go straight to the point on How to Create Your Own Instagram/Facebook Filters! First of all, you must know the basic concept. Well, all the filters are an Augmented Reality (AR) technology where computer-generated images appear on real life through technology devices. Well, I have to face this AR subject in semester 5 later on, so why don't I expose myself to this first, right? Okay, let's begin.  Things You Need: 1. Laptop 2. Smartphone 3. A Facebook account (compulsory) 4. Spark AR Studio ( Download here ) This tutorial will take you less than 10 minutes if you mastering at this. I took less than 5 minutes and I'm pretending to be surprised by it. Oh, before I forgot, don

What 2019 Has Taught Me So Far?

Credit photo: Pinterest (I forgot to get the direct link) In a blink of an eye, we have reached the end of 2019. Time flies so fast, I still remember celebrating my new year eve at home, and celebrating my birthday 2 days after at work, where I had to go to work because of that one person trying to sabotage me the time I said "I want to celebrate my birthday with this one person, gonna have a small party", lol everything is still fresh on my mind. Okay put that aside, I have still a lot to talk about my 2019 as it has been a roller coaster ride for me. Laughs and tears have been very synonym to my life all the year. Started off my January a bit bad with all the lies, then February where I quit my job because I further my studies (but in a very bad way) well, then March has been so good and in April I had my Diploma Convocation day & most good things happened on April. And it all went disaster after that. I must say, a totally disaster to my mental health.

Maggi Pedas Giler (Unfair) Challenge

Hi guys! So I did this Maggi Pedas Giler (but unfair) Challenge featuring myself & my friend, Hani on this video on YouTube! It would be great if you could show us support by watching this video on my YouTube channel. The purpose of this video is just for fun & to fill our weekend previously so it would be great if you guys could spend your 10 minutes ONLY watching this.  P/s: I am sorry that I have been hiatus on my blog for almost 2 months because you have no idea how insane my Degree schedule is. I will try my best to post one or two content for a month, I will make it possible, InsyaAllah. Til the next post! Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWgnR9-2Jck&feature=youtu.be

What's In My Bag #2

Part 2 version is here, the first version I wrote was 3 years ago, and I think a lot of things changed because I am getting older (for sure) so it must be a necessary that you change a bit of your lifestyle. If you haven't read the first part of What's In My Bag, here's the link:  What's In My Bag (2016)  - it was in Malay. Anyway, this time I'd like to focus on showing you guys my small bag I used to wear during almost everyday whenever I go out. I am currently hating to bring a lot of things with me, thus I prefer to keep it simple with bringing just few stuff in my bag. Some people prefer to bring a large tote bag so it will be easier to put on everything, like makeup, tissues, powerbank, purse, I mean, almost everything. Been there, felt that. I used to bring like almost everything, including my "just-in-case-stuff", well every woman is like that. So, what do I usually bring in my small little bag? Only 3 stuff. Might be more, might be never le

Light Festival at Hang Tuah Centre, Melaka

Last few days, my friend asked me about this Light Festival that I didn't know the existence around Melaka at the moment as it announced through Facebook. She asked me to join her that night so since I am doing nothing at home, I did agree to join her that night. We took our way there after Maghrib, around 8:30 pm we reached our destination at Hang Tuah Centre. The parking entrance fee is just RM 1 so it was not a big deal for us. The ticket fee to enter the Light Festival is RM 5 per head, free for kids below 3 and for senior citizens. Well, since I went there on weekend, the packs were insane, but still bearable. The festival space is not big but still afford to welcome such amount of people. To be frankly honest, the lights are beautiful. I mean, it's worth for just RM 5 to have such quite reasonable view there. Although, I am not really satisfied as it has a lot to improve. Apart from the 'beautiful' light structure you see, there are parts that I wish they c