Tuesday, 12 November 2013

November Beauty Haul - Part 1

Holaaa! 

How's life going, girls? Yesterday I went shopping with my husband at Margo City and Detos, Depok. At first, I didn't plan to buy stuffs but I bumped into some cute things and I couldn't resist myself not to buy them. LOL.

So, here are things I bought yesterday...


I bought these all, of course, with a purpose. Apparently, I ran out of body mist and perfumes. The last body mist I had at home was Playboy Play me sexy! The smell was sweet and fresh. I loved it  and finished it to the last spray but I wanted to try others (who knows I'd find one which smells good as well). Then, while I was window-shopping, one of the shop assistant sprayed me with the body mist. It wasn't really bad, so I gave it a try. I was going to buy only one body mist but the shop assistant insisted me on buying a package of 3 body mists with a special price. Finally, I ended up buying the package. The good thing was I could choose the variant I like. So far, I like all the smell. 

FYI, the orange one smells exactly like Angel from Thierry Mugler! 


On the way home, I asked my husband to stop at the drugstore. Since I'm on a skin treatment using Vitacid (gonna tell you about this later), I must buy this sunblock. Actually, I can use other sunblock (I have Skin Aqua at home which I always use every day) but I feel more secure using Parasol. So, with IDR 48,000, I brought this sunblock home with me.


Lastly, I adopted this lipcream from NYX for IDR 95,000. Well, the price isn't cheap, but the result is AWESOME! The creamy texture makes it really smooth on my (usually) dry lips. The colour is Stockholm, which is a nude colour, again. ^.^


That's all folks! Hope you enjoy it and please wait for all the reviews. I cannot promise you much, but I'll try to write the reviews as soon as possible...

Ciao!

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

[FASHION] A daily look of a voluptuous woman with hijab who has a tight budget

Wearing hijab doesn't mean you can't be stylish because fashion is unlimited, baby!

Being voluptuous doesn't mean you can't wear fashionable clothes, girls! 

Having a tight budget doesn't mean you can't follow the latest style! 



Here is the proof of a voluptuous woman with hijab who has a tight budget (read: me)

Saturday, 2 November 2013

TBI Depok Halloween Party 2013

Happy Halloween! 

TBI Depok held a halloween party last friday on 1st of November 2013 for all its students, parents, and teachers. We (especially I) had tons of fun on that day! The students put a lot of effort on their costumes. You can see it from the photos. Their costumes were great! 

Talking about costume, actually I was going to be the little red riding hood, but because the stupid tailor forgot to sew my hood *that's the most important part of the costume* I finally ended up being a gipsy woman. Well, the idea popped out of my head exactly 2 hours before I left my house. I basically dug my wardrobe to find anything suitable to be a gipsy. At the end, I wore my purple skirt, my pink batwing top, and all my accessories. Huff.... 


Okaaay, that wasn't the story I wanted to tell you (well, actually it was. I blew my top about the tailor!). I wanted to share how happy and exciting the students were when we had the party. Moreover, I'd like you to see my creation *huh* as in my make-up creation. How so? There is Yuli, one of our Student Advisor who had no idea of Halloween make-up (I second that..), so she asked me to do her make-up. I was on cloud nine when she asked me! It gave me an opportunity to practice my skill.

I didn't do much to her face since she kept grumbling on how she never puts on any make-up. What I did was applying my Revlon PhotoReady foundation, black and grey eyeshadows, red lipstick, and black, bold eyeliner.  Here was the result of her make-up. ^.^


Here are others photos during the party!

Miss Indy, Mariyam, and Yuli
The photo on the left was a photo of Miss Indy as a gypsy woman, Mariyam as a scary Pinocchio,  and Yuli as a Persian Princess (I guess). I know, Miss Indy and I were wearing the same costume. I didn't blame miss Indy anyway. It was totally the unpredictable thing that happened. T.T (hope she didn't mind that I wore the same costume).
 Then we had some photos of students who were dressed up as ghosts, monsters, and princesses.

This was Kevin as a ghost from Scream film. He was also the first winner of The Best Costumes
Some students from Sunshine Coast class
 Before the party, Victor and I had classes to teach. They were children classes. Even before the party started, they had dressed up as princesses, fairies, ghosts, witches, and zombie!
Here were students from classes before we had the party.

Did I tell you that I took Deniz to the office that day? It meant that he had to dress up for the party as well. However, Deniz, as little rascal as he could be, didn't want to dress up as a monster or ghost. He said that he was a good boy (what?!) and he wanted to be a doctor just like Doctor McStuffin, a cartoon series from Disney Junior. So, here he was, dressed as a doctor.
Vinny and Deniz!

 Finally, we called it a day! After all students went home, we had a photo session. You can see from the photo that Mariyam was definitely the scariest of all while Uci was the cutest since she was pretending to be cat woman. LOL.


That's a wrap! see you next Halloween!


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