Saturday, March 27, 2010


Watched it afew days ago.

Either it's because the actors acted really well, or the fact that the director made the film so fastpaced and thrilling, I felt so engaged into the storyline. It felt very realistic and I felt as anxious as the character in the movie.

Go watch it!


You can give this movie a miss.
It was quite boring, storyline was bland and there wasn't any climax in my opinion. The ending was also very rushed.



I love how they are launching new products almost every month. It's always exciting to visit their website because sometimes i get pleasant surprises!

The most recent product they have brought in is this Black Deluxe Reptile Set that has 15 brushes in total!!!! FIFTEEN!!!!!

It is identical to the ones sold at Coastal Scents.

I just love how a glossy black handy fashionable clutch is used to store these soft brushes. The inside is lined with black VELVET and has mesh pockets divided for each tool, with a flap that folds over the brush heads for protection.

Another new product is this Red Brush Set, boasting of 22 high quality brushes made of natural wool! The wooden and aluminium tube handle also enables easy usage.
Comes with a gorgeous red faux leather bag to hold the brushes.

So, why do you need so many brushes?
(text below is copied from [link])

Unfortunately, when it comes to buying brushes, it is definitely not a case of "one size fits all". Different types are designed for different purposes, and for the best possible results, it is a good idea to buy afew selections.

Here are the main types of makeup brushes that you would need to use:

Foundation Brush
While most of us simply rub foundation in with our fingers or apply it with sponge, we are actually missing out on something. A foundation brush has a flat shape and long bristles, making sure that your foundation is absolutely applied and flawlessly blended.

Concealer brush
Again, you can just use your fingers, but whether you're using your concealer to disguise a blemish or lighten under-eye shadows, a concealer brush is better. It will allow your concealer to be concentrated on the area you're trying to cover and that has to be a good thing!

Powder brush
The momentous of all makeup brushes, your powder brush is used to dust loose powder over your face, setting your makeup and eliminating any shine.

Eyeshadow brushes
Makeup Artists use three separate brushes on the eyes: a medium-sized one on the lid, a small one to line the socket of the eye, and a larger one to add highlighter to the area under the brow. You can also buy eyeliner brushes to apply liquid eye shadow or to blend eye shadow around the eyes for a smoky, sexy look!

Blush brush
As the name suggests, a blush brush is used to add color to the cheeks. One of the larger of the brushes you'll use, it has soft bristles and is intended to blend color as well as apply it.

Lip brush
While lipstick is designed to be applied directly from the case, using a lip brush will provide even more and accurate coverage, plus make your lipstick last longer too! For the longest-lasting application, use your foundation brush to cover your lips with a thin layer of foundation, dust with powder, apply lipstick, dust again, then blot.

Also, don't forget about the CONTOUR BRUSH!!!
To be used with the previous product that I featured from beautysplash.

You can get the brushes from BEAUTYSPLASH:

Oh I also forgot to mention that they are all INSTOCKS, so no waiting time!! :)

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