I wasn’t an instant fan of cosmetics, but growing up with a little sister obsessed with make-up lives me nothing much of a choice. I wasn’t fascinated nor was I entertained because I’m a little impatient with results. … Continue reading
I have been bitten by the LAZINESS bug. It’s been too long I know, but it was worth it. Too much events yet so little time (in my case). December would be my official #temporaryBlogShutDown (my vacation from blogging) 😀 … Continue reading
We luckily had the chance to experience a royal treatment and it was by Princess Hazel Salon and Spa. When we got off the cab we were really excited because we saw photos of the place and it was … Continue reading
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National Museum caters a spot of the history of the Philippines, and given a chance to visit it is a humble experience. I’m not a fan of arts because I think it is a bit intimidating. But it’s still … Continue reading
Here’s another adventure for you guys. My sister and her boyfriend dragged us to join them on a what they call a “not-so-childish” event (Yeah right). We drove to BGC again, to be on a Gundam Detailing Experience. So when we arrived, we were given a box of Gundam Robot that we would assemble ourselves. The good thing is you are not required to purchase anything to participate on the event. When we were ushered on our seats I automatically feel agitated. I’m not a fan of building anything, my dad even calls me “the destroyer” because I tend to drop, smash or ruin something I am not very familiar with (not on purpose, trust me). So I smilingly whispered to my younger sister to help me because the last thing I needed is to be a laughing stock of a nine-year old kid beside me.
I’m not a fan of Gundam (don’t judge 😉 ) But after removing the parts, it was really not that hard actually. It was challenging to be honest.
Here is our “great job” looks, with our own box of Gundam.
I wore my hand-me-down floral blazer from my Aunt Nory because I have stuff to do afterwards. My watch is from UNISILVER and my bag’s from KIMBEL. I decided to braid my hair to strategically hide my cray-cray (CRAZY) hair.
with my older sister Marvs
The event was stressful (or was a good excuse to pig out) so we had to eat, and eat, did I say eat already?
Our finished product 😉 I gave my Gundam piece to my Godson Chall.
In a place where you only get to expect two weather means either piling yourself with thick clothes or the flimsy ones. But if I were to ask what I love the most? Of course a chance to soak under the not so scorching sun… and to feel the sweet salty scent of the sea. But I love rainy days as well, as long as it wouldn’t flood the whole city (which is “almost” always the case). The excitement is so endearing that being out in the blue sky is giving me tons of massive pure bliss.
If you live in a Tropical Country like the Philippines, you know very well that sunnies RAYBAN is a MUST have. I opted for a breezy ensemble because the sun decided to pop out in the middle of BER month. The weather has been bipolar lately, I sometimes woke up drowning on my own sweat in the morning and feeling the bedweather mid afternoon (or vice versa).
My family decided to cool down in the mall so I added this rustic gold necklace from CLOTHING-DROPSHIP for a little sophistication on this lazy outfit. Tucked my very thin Top from a local store to my white SO-EN shorts and I’m good to go. No heavy make-up for me today, just my regular sunscreen and pale lipstick.