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Thursday, November 29


Things you must do:

1. Make your own happiness


1. Someone who will listen and care about
the random and banal things in your day.

That transition, from 'there' to 'no longer
there' is most difficult.
Ah! The emptiness! Cannot deal!

Sunday, November 25


girly - lips - winking - touch

Thursday, November 22

That one day I made soup

It's Brown Lentils and Vegetable Soup, man


Success! Recipe here.

Wednesday, November 21

MAC Rebel Lipstick



Feeling a little bit punk today? MAC's Rebel lipstick, despite it's
devil-ish-sinful-I-am-so-edgy-goth-woman appearance and name, 
is quite a "pretty" lip shade. It kind of looks like a fusion of purple,
pink, berry and maroon. The finish is described as a "satin"
(in between matte and glossy).


Revlon Raspberry Pie lip butter -
more of a balm texture, more pink tones

Korres Wild Rose lip butter -
more glossy, sheer, red/ berry tones

Revlon - Korres - Mac

Opaque - I think it's a bit more purple in real life (see below).

Sheer - personally, I would rather dab the lipstick lightly on my lips for a tint of colour.
This pretty much goes with any lipstick or lip product. I've worn Rebel on top of other
lipsticks/stains and it makes the colour deeper and (I hate this term so much but) "vampy".

 Looks more purple here  (above)
Wipe most of it off with a tissue, and this is what you get (below).

Wednesday, November 14

ootd's oct/nov

1. Navy, black & metal: Marc by Marc Jacobs navy shirt, Sportsgirl belt, Esprit bag
2. Granny: Miss Brown shorts, Roc shoes
3. Matchy: Agent Ninetynine cropped T, Seed patterned shorts
4. Brights: Adidas T (cropped), Topshop pink knit, Miss Brown shorts, Topshop Neon pink socks
5. Daisies: T from Gmarket, Seed black shorts
6. Dots: T and bag from Gmarket
7. Neon pink beanie

Tuesday, November 13


Hair trim
I've used a curling iron to create some waves
in both pictures. I have pretty much no
layers, middle parting as usual.

Saturday, November 10

Sunday, November 4

motion 2

based on the typeface, Edwardian Script ITC
used: Photoshop CS6 + After Effects CS6