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October 02, 2009
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September Faves & my red red lips!

This is my Sept faves entry.  Actually I have been good this month.  I didn't haul much at all. Except for the Shu Uemura Foundation and Mario Bedascu drying mask (overdue review I know!).  Today is the 2nd of OCT.... and well.. my next entry will be a little haul from the latest MAC collections. Keep a lookout!

I apply my foundation with my fingers these days, it is just faster, and I feel like it goes into my skin better.  And I have also started using the Beauty Blender with my Shu Uemura cream foundation (which is even better than the Essence of Beauty brush which I showed before).

In terms of eye products, I just sweep one color all over the lids and a neutral color and line my eyes.  That's all.  The neutral color is usually All That Glitters, or Tempting, or Style Snob, or Satin Taupe, or Nars Mekong if I want a deeper look for the day.

Ok, so here are my faves:

NARS Laguna Bronzer (I apply this with the Coastal Scents huge paddle brush for all over glow and a bit of contouring around the cheeks)

MAC Studio Sculpt NC20 Concealer (so creamy and thick, loves)

MAC Dirty Plum blusher (looks purple, but goes on so pretty and more pink)

Loreal Super Liner (this is my HG liquid liner, always my fave but I just opened a new tube lately and have been using it everyday)

Essence of Beauty foundation/concealer duo brush (love this to apply my concealer, and the larger end just to clean up my face, blend, etc etc etc)

MAC 116 brush (love love love this for my blushers!)

 

So what are your faves this month??

 

Red Lips Alert!

Went out the other day with my aunt and cousin, and she (my aunt) always wear red lipsticks.  Just for the heck of it, I borrowed her red lippy (didn't notice the brand or name), and smeared some over my lips and walked about the mall.  I felt like a clown.  LOL.  But it's kind of cute.  So here is a ridiculous picture of me with the red lipstick, red shades I was trying on at the mall, and my own shades hanging on my shirt.  Haha.  So what do you think of red lips on me?

Red Lips: Yay or nay?

And yes, that's my bro in the background, looking quite bemused.

That's all, and thanks for reading!!

 

 

 

September 29, 2009
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Where have I been? (and Freebie alert)

Hey everyone!

I have been soooo MIA, it's not funny.  There were several, no, make that A LOT of stuff going on, both work and play wise. This is the exam season, and ALL my students are taking the national exams, so it's madness time of marking, consultations, admin etc etc.  When you have to grade more than 300 essays, everything else just need to take a backseat. Oh, and I have also been exercising and 'dieting' - meaning I usually eat just one main meal a day.

Then I discovered some new games on playfirst.com, my FAVE site to look for online games - I lurve all the DinerDash series of games, and so the past week, I have been playing (besides all the marking hahaha), this lame mind numbing game called Burger 2, basically you just serve a variety of food to a variety of customers.

And we also have the F1 weekend, which was a blast, though I didn't go for any of the actual races, I did party a little over the weekend, lotsa of feasting, and merry making too.  And tomorrow, I am also going to the Swiss Club for Oktoberfest...wooo hooo.  Lotsa  of food and beer!  Though I am not a beer person.  But we have tables, and tickets, so we got to go! :p

Random sidenote, I have switched back to my trusty iphone, I just prefer using it., the screen, and the functions are just.. .better. But I need to switch back to my BB soon, and not be too lazy to set it up (I exchange for a brand new handset due to some minor defect).

So, today, I went to Kinokuniya at taka, and was browsing the Jap magazine section, I didn't realise the wide selection of mag titles they have, and almost all of them come with amazingly cool free stuff you can actually use (meaning no silly sample size lipstick/perfume/lotion, or some thin scarf which is useless etc)  but REAL bags, pouches that are 'branded' and pretty.  Soooooo are you ready for what I came across???

 

FREEBIE ALERT!!

Check out this Marc Jacobs bag!!

The magazine is besides the point.  It is just a catalogue with the fall collection.

OOOOOOO I lurve freebies.  Well, this is of course not FREE... cos the freaking 'magazine' costs S$27.50  but the material is good, canvas.  There is a little pocket inside, and the strap is long enough as a shoulder bag.

You can see it is the same size and material as my regular bookbag.

Yes, so, go GRAB this good deal.... and maybe many others, hard to resist!  There is still LOADS of the magazine left.

Thanks for reading!

September 20, 2009
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Shu Uemura Nobura Cream Foundation - my impressions & how I apply it

Hi! This will be a post on how I apply my new cream foundation - the Shu Uemura Nobura foundation.

In the latest collection, Shu Uemura released a new version of the Nobura foundation, which comes in a stick form, which I guess is easier to apply, you just 'draw' the stick all over your face, and then use a brush/ sponge/ fingers to blend everything. But I like the pan form, and besides it is slightly cheaper, and I think more product too.  But I could be wrong.

Here is what the product claims to do, according to the Shu Uemura site:

"Nobara Cream Foundation, formulated to give the instant high coverage of a concealer with the smooth glide of a foundation....Three types of oils, gliding, light and emollient, combine to enhance the foundation’s spreadibility, creaminess and comfort felt when applied to the skin."

The first time I applied the foundation, I used my MAC 109 brush, knowing that it would shed like crazy, and indeed, after that one time of using it, I found a few black hairs IN the product, which I spent another 10 min painstakingly (the following day) trying to pick out the hairs without 'scratching' the foundation surface.  Yes, I am OCD like that. But shedding problem aside, the 109 brush applies this product beautifully.

So, I decided to try another brush the next time.  As you know, I bought the Essence of Beauty brushes, and til now, I have not even used any of them.  I remembered that the set comes with a MAC190 dupe brush... and this is how it looks like.

I am actually amazed at how soft this brush is.  The paddle shape is large enough to spread the foundation, and it is very tapered at the ends, which makes it really soft, and doesn't cause streaks which is what I am worried about, mainly.  The best thing, it doesn't shed all over the cream foundation.  And since the product is so creamy, I can use the other end of the brush to apply the foundation like a concealer.  A very effective dual-ended brush.  The whole set cost me $19.90, but I say for this brush alone, the price tag is worth it.  :)

The coverage isn't as thick as I thought it would be, in a good way.  The finish is quite satin, and soft looking.  In Wayne Goss' video review of this product, he says it photographs very well, and he gave it a 7 out of 10 for amount of coverage if applied on its own, without diluting it with water.   I agree on the coverage.  I supposed I can really layer on the foundation, and make it really thick and opaque, but since I will set the foundation with powder anyway, I see no point in having a thick foundation.

And as you know, I am a firm believer in getting a product which is very pigmented, rather than something light and watered down, which you end up wasting time and money trying to layer and pile on the product to achieve the desired effect.  So I would rather pay for something pigmented, and you just use a little product to achieve the true colors.  This logic applies to things like foundation, blushers and eyeshadows.  :)

So, how much do I like this cream foundation?  Well, I have only used it twice so far, and I think i am quite happy with it. - though I am not going to say right out it is my HG yet---still loyal to my MUFE routine!  While I still love my other foundations, I like having a variety to choose from, depending on my mood and what look I want for the day.  I have used Shu Uemura's powder foundation before, but somehow the product doesn't sit on my face very well, and looks cakey on my skin, which is surprising, as all their powder products are supposed to be very finely milled, and should blend into the skin perfectly.  I think in this aspect, the cream foundation beats the powder ones hands down, IMO.

Now, for a couple of pictures in which I am wearing the cream foundation.  I think I like how it turns out in the pictures.  Very natural, and looks flawless, though we all know I have all that bumps and stuff on my face, esp the forehead, but the rest of the face is turning out  nicely.

That's all, and thanks for reading yet another rambling post!

September 19, 2009
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Kreativ Blog

A big thank you to Saffie for nominating me. :)  Do check out her blog too!

Personally, I think 'awards' & 'nominations' like these helps to spread the word around on many beauty related blogs which we may not have come across usually.  And that's good - building a community/ forum of like-minded beauty product junkies.  :)

I am supposed to share 7 facts about me, and nominate another 7 people.  It is kind of getting a bit hard to keep thinking of facts about me, but I shall try my best, after all, this award isn't called 'kreativ' for nothing!

  1. I am a morning person.  Meaning I would much rather wake up earlier in the day, get started with stuff, and still have the rest of the day to do whatever I want.  Unless I slept super late the night before, I am usually up by 7 ish or 8am. 
  2. Have I mentioned how much I lurve lurve lurve spicy food?  Usually of the Thai or Indonesian variety.  Not so much 'curry' but 'sambal' if you know what I mean.
  3. Besides coke light, 'bubble milk tea' is my other fave non-alcoholic drink.  I particularly like mine from 'each a cup' and when I go to HK, I must must drink one or two every day, cos the milky tea is just soooo much better in HK.  But I am cutting down to just 1 coke light, and 1 bubble tea a week.
  4. I don't tan well at all.  I turn red in the sun after less than an hour, but the tan/ redness will soon fade away a couple of months weeks after my beach vacay. 
  5. I think I am starting to have an aversion to kids.  I turn very edgy and cranky when I am surrounded by ill-behaved noisy young children and the parents don't bother to discipline them at all. 
  6. This may sound like a cliche, but I heart Paris.  I love how beautiful the city is, how old everything is, and just how fashionable and old world the people are. I have been there only 2 times and both in Fall, so... I hope  the next time I go back there, it would be spring time, and I can see leaves on the trees, and more colour in general.
  7. I like wearing plastic frame glasses, since I started to wear glasses when I was in primary school.  I just find them more hardy, and metal frames irritate my skin.  So I own a few pairs of really nerdy plastic frames, and my students all think I am trying to act all 'geek'  and they go ooohhh and ahhhh, (you know that 'trend' when pple wear those 80s clothes and black frame glasses) when it isn't true cos I have been wearing them all this time.

 

Ok! And I shall share this picture, just because:

 

FREEZZZZING COLD!

I want to nominate:

everbluec

treehouseglory

rainyydays

purplio

missjology

.......... that's all I can think of now.  I think you all know the rest, adorebeauty, icyabstract, fiend, bailaoragaditana.. my usual regulars whom I follow and enjoy.

Actually, I shall name a few other beauty blogs, which are not on the sugar network, but just a couple of beauty blogs I come across in my endless net surfing.

Ella

Zoella

Ok, I am outta here!

Upcoming posts include the MB Drying Mask (later this week), and a cream foundation how to (maybe later today).

Thanks for reading!!

September 18, 2009
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A Modest Haul and Updates

So... I haven't been hauling.. not in the past 2 or 3 weeks I think.  Haha.  That isn't so long, right?  But lately I am in a rut.  I don't want to spend $$ on stuff I don't get to use (which should be the way anyway).  And there has been this real life incident which sort of gives me nightmare now I see clothes in the store.  I was packing my clothes the other day... and then.. I opened my wardrobe, and piles and piles of clothes start to spill out!!  Seriously!  I couldn't stuff my clothes back inside... and I shudder to even fit one more item inside.  And I already have 2 huge wardrobes in my room.  URGH.   It's getting disgusting, and I need to stop.  So... I am stopping, and I have been good.

The same goes for MU stuff.  While I will still indulge time to time... I just want to buy stuff which I really like, and want to try out.  I bought myself some stuff today, based on some raving reviews I have seen on these products.

The first one, is reviewed and recommended by one of my fave YT people, Wayne Goss.. and you might remember me going on about the Shu Uemura cream foundation the other day.. and finally today I bought it.  My shade is No.974, I got the MUA to try on my jawline for a shade which blends into my skintone.

The nobura cream foundation retails for $60, and there is 13g of product (as compared to MAC Studio Tech foundation which contains 10g but it is about $50?) anyway.... yup.  The nobura foundation also comes in the latest stick version.  But I prefer it in a pan form.  Will review and show pics of me wearing it over the weekend.

I was tempted to buy the Shu Uemura No18 brush... BUT it costs freaking $86, and I am not going to plonk my cash down for the brush even though I have been lusting after it since June.  The brush handle is kind of short and it looks like a cross between the MAC109 and MAC 227 brushes.  So cute and perfect to use with the cream foundation.  And Shu brushes never shed... I am kind of worried to use the MAC109 and brush it on the cream... cos I don't want ugly black hairs in my cream foundation.

So, anyway, i am happy to have got my first cream foundation.  :)  Happy.  BTW, I didn't pay $60 for the foundation!  I only paid $4.20, after using a $50 voucher, and using my Tangs card rebates (I redeemed new vouchers - the old ones are still MIA--- very sad).

And the next 2 things I bought are to battle the little breakout situation that I am facing.  I don't know WHY.  I have bumps on my forehead.  People say it is because I don't rest enough or something.  I don't know what product is breaking me out, cos I change products all the time.  But I know SIMPLE brand products are so gentle, they never break me out.  I should stick to the SIMPLE products.

I got this little pimple fading gel despite Diana's scathing review (update: found the review here, thanks to cocomotion) on it.. no harm in trying I suppose. There was a 20% discount, so I paid about $17. So far, so good.  I feel good to know that I am applying something to fade my scars/ marks.. cos I am kind of fair, any scarring is kind of obvious.

And the last product I got is the MARIO BADESCU drying mask. This, I got after Lorraine aka the Current Custom's mention about this product, her video is about her skincare routine, and she mentioned using this drying mask (at 06:50 part of the video is when she talked about it).  She described the same skin condition I am having now, and so I decided to try this out.  It retails for $68 at Sephora.

A look at the drying mask. It is a mask for oily, acne prone skin (me me me!!) is formulated with Sulfur (sounds scary!) -- an ingredient that removes surface oil, and calms existing acne  ---- you will see noticeable results after one use. 

So I used it immediately, of course!!  The pictures will show everything.  :)

And my horrid bumpy skin -- don't be shocked!  I shall only show a TINY picture. Haha.  You can see there are tiny bumps, they aren't red, and there is one red bump.

Then apply a thin layer of the drying mask.  it smells like you have kerosene on your face.  I only apply to problem areas like forehead, chin and cheeks (ok sounds like ALL over the face, but I didn't have it on my nose and under my eyes area.  As you can see in the pic below, I only applied specifically to an area and not completely covering the whole face like a normal mask.

And after 20 minutes, I washed it off with warm water.  The skin feels super DRY and matte.  I have never felt my face so dry and tight, I felt like all the oil and dirt have been sucked out by the mask.   I can't tell nor notice any visible difference... but I will try to use this product every other day, and only on very specific problem areas, cos it really has a strong petrol smell!  *update:  There IS a difference after one use, I noticed it the next morning.

I promise a more detailed review in due time.

On a personal note...this week, I kicked start my little weight loss regime again.. kind of slacked off in the past couple of months.... but I am now back with a vengeance!  I target to lose about 5 - 8 kg in the next 2 months.

Yes, so this is my little haul and thanks for reading!

September 18, 2009
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My Reading Pleasure

Hi hi!

Here is what I found in today's ST Urban section, and yes, the interview featuring Sara, Wiwit, and Sarah, as you all must have read about it in the other onsugar blogs.  :)  So I trodded to the newstand this morning, and bought myself a copy to read.

Wow, they all look gorgeous, and it is so cool that our own Singaporean youtube 'gurus' are given some recognition in the media.  :)    Though I wonder, Sara, what's in the pink pouch you are holding??  Heh...

Then at the newstand, I saw the Oct STYLE mag, and I had to get it....I didn't renew my subscription (forgot--- shucks!)  anyways... this issue comes ith a Beauty Product Junkie supplement -- which is presented by Sephora.. and if you go to Sephora, you can pick up a copy of the supplement FOC as well.  It features many of the popular products available at Sephora.

And, in STYLE mag itself, there are many pages on Beauty matters... which I love the most.  Again, they can't stop talking about the Style Black collection.  And also together with the latest Chanel Noir collection.  I saw the Chanel collection at the counters today... they don't look very inspiring to me.  :)

And some beauty reports for Fall.

Sooooo inspired after reading all these!  Makes me happy!  And it's a long weekend!! Whooo hooo!! But I have to mark 200+ over Literature essays.  :p  Fun time.   And also, not forgetting, Selamat Hari Raya to all who celebrate this special day, and happy long weekend to everyone else!


September 17, 2009
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My Customised MAC Palettes

Hi!

Read adorebeauty and facesbysarah "breaking" news on the new MAC customised palettes...which I felt is a marketing gimmick to get people to spend a lot of money at one time. If you go to the local MAC store at Taka, there is no stopping you from picking a palette (S$25?) and picking out 15 eyeshadow in pan forms (S$21 each), and that way you are also customising your own palette, right?  So... it is just a 'fresh' way of telling people to spend a bomb.  :p

 

Regardless, and just for fun, I am doing this, and I invite/ tag everyone to partake in this lemming exercise!! Haha.

The rules? Pick any palette you wish to customise, or do all three like I have done. But you can't choose colors which you already own in your collection (*But I cheated and picked Carbon e/s) Personally, I would rather take my time to choose the colors rather than get them all at one time. But IF I am a professional MUA, then it makes sense to get everything...

First, we have:

and if I could only choose FOUR:

And why not get SIX new blushers?

Yup!  So, share what your customised palettes would look like!!

September 17, 2009
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MAC Style Black Video from mac cosmetics

Yeah, hadn't we all heard enough of this collection?? It's been so long!

 


On the other hand, I have been haul free this month... and it is already the 18th. Keeps my fingers crossed.

September 14, 2009
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Share! Tell me something...and a bit of Gaga rave.


I saw this question on temptalia and thought it would be fun to ask around here and share your views on this topic.

What is one makeup technique/ style you can't get the hang of?

For me, it would be the whole face contouring/ bronzing/ blusher thing right. There are lotsa fab contouring tutorials out there, but......  I try endlessly, and I think I am getting better, but it is one stage of my makeup routine which I always wish I can do better.  Can't seem to achieve a defined cheek look, unless I walk around with my own custom lighting set up, I don't think I can ever look very sculpted.  Or maybe my cheeks/ face is just too chubby.  Boo. 

And I think I would prolly never have the guts to pull off a true red lips because it would be impossible to line/ draw my lips nicely to do such a bold color.

Picture from web.


What's yours?  Eyeshadow blending? Wearing falsies? Getting the perfect smokey eye?   Would love to hear your views!


And can I just say WOW at Lady Gaga's outfit and makeup at the VMAs??  Maybe she looks like a warped version of Sesame Street Big Bird.. but she really pushes the envelope as far as being a performer is concerned.  And Petrilude has already recreated her look in his video tutorial here.




And while Madonna looks fab in her videos... it is when she appears live at shows like this that she looks really 50.


All VMA pictures taken from popsugar and temptalia.

 

Thanks for reading, and do share your views/ comments below!!

September 12, 2009
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Style Black Inspired : Black is the new Makeup

Hi hi.  Just having some fun playing with makeup.

Here are a few videos that got me inspired to do this look.

pixiwoo's tutorial on the new illamasqua Dystopia collection.

wsitn's black lips tutorial

icyabstract's Lady Gaga black lips post

And here is my little rendition.  I know this is not for everyday, obviously, but could be cool for clubbing or halloween.  I am not into cosplay and all that goth/Lolita references, but anyway... this has been fun to do and I hope you have fun reading/ looking too, and even try it out for yourselves!

I will show you some pictures of the end results, and process and explanation of what I did.





And my youngest sis helped to 'photoshop' the following pictures for dramatic effect. Click here to check out her artwork.

And some pictures of what I did in the process.

I used MAC Mylar e/s, White Frost e/s all over the lids.  Then MAC Carbon e/s and Beauty Marked e/s.  I only used these black and white colors to blend. 


I also used Carbon e/s to fill in my brows.  And I used MAC's Smolder eye kohl pencil to really rim my eyes.

Clean up any fallout and mess after this part.  I also put on my lashes - Shu Uemura's Smokey Layers.  And I used Maybelline's Lash Stiletto for lower lashes.

I also used Silky Girl Silver liner pencil to highlight just under my brows and on the inner corners.

On the rest of my face, if you noticed, I look much paler/ fairer almost alabaster skin tone.  I used Studio Sculpt Foundation, set with MSF natural and powder Maybelline's Translucent Looser powder over -- I got mine in the shade Porcelain which is way too pale but is completely appropriate with this all black look.  On the cheeks, I contoured using MAC Omega e/s and then use MAC Pink Swoon blusher.

Now for the fun part, the BLACK LIPS.  Of course, I don't have any black lip products.  I used MAC Carbon eyeshadow.  Then I added clear gloss (MAC Clear Lipglass) over.  I also 'erased' my lips with concealer.

If you think getting fallout from eyeshadows on your face is bad, try getting fallout from black eyeshadows inside your mouth.  That's priceless.  LOL.

Black rosette hairclips from HM.   I also colored my hair jet black a couple of days back... so that adds to the BLACK theme for this look.  On my nails, OPI for Sephora Dark Room.

That's all, and thanks for reading!


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ZA True White Liquid Foundation

 

FAQ & DISCLAIMER

About Me

My name is Sophia, and I am in my early 30s. I am from Singapore and I am the sole writer of this blog.

About this Blog

I started this blog in 2006, I like to use a wide range of brands though I seem to have a growing preference for higher-end brands in recent years. I also like to share interesting things I have come across about makeup and beauty.

Currently The Makeup Blogette receives 39,000 unique views monthly or 2,238,932 views and counting.

My Makeup Style

I like classic looks (neutral tones on eyes, anything goes for lips & cheeks), though occasionally I try out dramatic/ statement looks.  I believe that a flawless base is the key to achieving great makeup looks.  I also believe that if you don't have great skin to start with, fake it with a good foundation routine, and even greater skincare.  I am currently loving Clarins & Lancome skincare products, and Vichy NormaDerm for tackling with breakouts.

What Cameras do I use?

Most of the pictures you see in post 2010 entries are taken with my Canon G-11.  Previously I was using Canon Ixus 80.  I do post some pictures which are taken with my iphone4 which I will state in that particular entry.  I have stopped watermarking my pictures as of 2011, because I think watermarks are ugly in general, and does not prevent people from stealing my pictures if they wish to.  I just take it as a compliment that my pictures are even worth stealing in the first place. I might look into getting a Canon EOS next year, not just for blogging purposes, but I also like photography in general.

My Favourite Makeup Brand(s)

It is hard to name just one, but I like NARS, Chanel, Illamasqua and the ocasional Guerlain, Dior & Urban Decay item.  I own quite a stash of MAC items, but recently I have stopped catching up with their collections, and I much prefer to splurge on a few really outstanding items.

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Final Disclaimer

I bought/ paid for all of the products mentioned in this blog. I am not affliated to any company. If certain products are sent to me for review purposes, I will say so and express my honest opinions about them. In any case, I will only review and showcase the products which I have personally tried and tested, and enjoy using. I do not get paid to review anything.

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