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There’s a new Naked palette in town …

  As if I haven’t got enough stuff lined up on my wish list already, Urban Decay has just announced yet another palette for its Naked line that will be out this July. It will be tagged at USD 54.00, but only God knows how much we have to spend when it’ll be sold here […]

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Books turning movies: Read + TBR

 

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Lusting: Nudes

  The nude eye palette has been the centerpiece of my dressing table ever since the day I put on my very first makeup.   For my 14th birthday, my best friend got me Benefit’s Big Beautiful Eyes (USD 32.00), which, at that time, I have not the slightest clue on how to apply an […]

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8 cult skincare products to try this year

 

It’s close to the end of January. So far I’ve been making progress in dropping a couple of bad habits off my beauty regime (not sleeping enough; washing my hair everyday). To that, I feel like I’m needing a little more oomph in the skincare department.

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There are a number of ritzy skincare products that have grabbed my attention for a while. All this time, I haven’t been feeling as assured as I need to be to bank on them. Partly it’s the premium price tags that knocks the heck out of me, but mainly it’s because of the tremendous too-good-to-be-true results each of these products promises to deliver, at least as I see them on the media.

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Booksmart: Upcoming releases to look forward to this fall

 

Summer is officially over. As fall looms, my wish list is bombarding me with the season’s most-anticipated literary heavyweights. 

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This fall will have you sticking to your reader 24/7 – whether you’re the local bookstore frequenter or the one practically glued to your Kindle.

With the likes of bestselling authors Malcolm Gladwell (“Blink”, “Outliers”, “The Tipping Point”, “What the Dogs Saw”), Elizabeth Gilbert (“Eat, Pray, Love”, “Committed”), Mitch Albom (“Tuesdays with Morrie”, “The Five People You Meet in Heaven”, “The Time Keeper”), and Dave Eggers (“What is the What”, “Zeitoun”, “A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius”), I’m filling my nightstand with to-reads that the publishing world has been buzzing about.

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