Wednesday 25 July 2012

I'm Back!

To all my readers!

I'm finally back! My exams are (hopefully) finally over and I'm back with more review, tutorials and how to's!

Coming up soon are blog posts on Inglot palettes problems and how to fix it, products, and makeup looks using the Victoria Secret ultimate palette! So please stay tunes.

On a further note, I'm trying to do more videos for my blog so please bear with me if the lighting changes for all the videos. I'm trying to find the best lighting set up that works for me and my room.. So please, please, Please give me your input and comment on how my video looks, if the lighting is right and if there is anything you'd like me to talk about. If it is within my control/power/budget I will try by best to do it.

Lastly for all those who have supported me and kept up with my blog. Thank you for your support and please continue to support me in the future.

Beauty Chatter


  1. Hihi,

    i am a newbies in makeup and first of all i wanna start with my foundation. my face is super oily...any recommendation?and where can i buy it?

    1. Hi Kendra!

      Sure I can help you. But first I need to ask you a few questions.

      1. Has you skin always been oily?
      2. Which part of your skin is oily? Just your T-zone or the whole face?
      3. Where do you live? Country and what climate?
      4. Do you have breakouts on your skin?
      5. Is your skin sensitive? As in you can't wear certain products?
      6. What are you using this foundation for? Work? Going out?
      7. How long do you want your foundation to last?
      8. Do you have scars? and is covering them up a concern?
      9. How old are you? (I do need to know this and if you don't want to publish this here whisper it to me) E.g Early 20's, mid 20's, etc. This is so you get to pick the right formula.

      When you answer this, it gives me an idea to understand what you face and to help you pick the right foundation out.



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