Once again, it's been a while! My last few tests and retakes for high school just ended recently, so things have been a liiitle less hectic lately. ♥ Few more weeks to go and I'll take my final exams, so I'm afraid I'll go MIA once again very soon. Before that happends, I'll try to keep blogging as much as possible. Also sort of filling in for the empty spot Milk has left for me, since she's gone to Hong Kong for 2 weeks! Having fun there? Missing you TT;
Since I had a little bit time for myself, I decided to pamper myself with a facial treatment. I took some pictures just for fun, and scribbled on it to make a more fool of myself, hehe ~
I thought that the clay mask was shaped like a tree, hence the butterflies and stuff. ^^;;
I know specialists everywhere tell us to never pick on our skin, because it will cause scarring. We should just go to specialists, who know what they're doing, to extract the pimples for us so that there will be minimal to no scarring. That sounds fair, but what if you don't have the money for it? For me, getting facial treatments in Hong Kong is heavenly good and cheap, but in Holland it's just soooo expensive. Don't get me wrong though, I'm a big supporter of going to specialists when needed, but right now my skin is not that bad. Therefore, I do facial treatments myself, popping included. In case anyone misunderstood me, don't pop them carelessly! You definitely need to make sure that you're keeping it as clean as possible when you do it. If anyone is interested in knowing what I do to prevent scarring and stuff, do let me know. :)
Remember how I loved my Skin79 Super Plus Triple Functions BB Cream? I still love it, but the packaging sort of failed on me. After 2 weeks of daily using it, it just stopped getting the product out properly. So now I'm looking for a new BB cream, and the new Missha BB cream called the M Signature Real Complete BB Cream sounds really good. It apparantly has no possibly irritating/damaging stuff like parabens, chemicals, mineral oil, GMO, triclosan, benzephenone and alcohol and only contains natural ingredients that your skin will love you for using it. Sounds great right? Missha's M BB cream dried my skin, but that definitely doesn't stop me from trying this new one out. I was wondering though, are there other BB creams that doesn't contain ingredients like parabens? I've been trying to stop buying new products that contain parabens, but not knowing how to read languages such as Korean, Japanese and Chinese makes it harder for me to filter products.
If anyone is wondering why I haven't been updating on my eyelash treatment, it's because I haven't been consistently using it anymore and it just doesn't seem like I can review it fairly anymore. I'll definetly update again if there's something worth updating about it, but overall it's just a pretty good product for growing out some natural longer lashes. I've said everything I want about it on my previous posts, so check it out under the label product: lash tonic if you haven't already.
Alright, that's it for my ridiculously long update post, haha~ Oh, and there will be a giveaway after Milk is back in Holland. We have been planning it for a loong time, so hopefully you guys will like it as much as our previous one. ^^