Beauty: Butterfly Project x Kracie Event (Pyramid Mall, Sunway)

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Beauty: Butterfly Project x Kracie Event (Pyramid Mall, Sunway)
Managing our hair's appearance and condition can be really difficult. Especially when we face with hot and humid weather condition that leaves our scalp oily and our hair frizzy. Thanks to Butterfly Project, a bunch of us got a chance to experience a wonderful Japanese brand, "Kracie".

Cute design packaging

Kracie, which was once known as Kanebo, has 3 division, which are Toiletries & Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals and Food. At the event held last month in Full House, we were introduce to their Toiletries & Cosmetics division - Hair Care and Skin Care

Both hair care and hair styling products have a sweet fruity floral smell

Want to know more about this sweet Japanese hair care brand?
Want to achieve silk and smooth hair?
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Place: H&M Home (IOI CIty Mall, Putrajaya)

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You know what? I honestly can't remember my life before H&M. Bet I sound like a shopaholic now. Just like me, I bet most of you get your quick outfit fix from H&M right? Even now as they expend around Malaysia, the hype is still there. People would wait overnight, just to be one of the first shoppers in H&M.

What if I told you that H&M got more stuff to offer you besides clothing? What if I told you that they now have a "home department"? I went to IOI City Mall (Putrajaya) with my mom last Saturday and I almost fainted when I saw their HOME Department. It was like IKEA (everyone loves Ikea) but with a spunky/fashionable touch to their products!

Thinking of decorating your mom with some unique items? 
Want your house to be the "talk of the neighborhood" during your Christmas dinners? 
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Personal: Noise and silence. Which are you?

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Personal: Noise and silence. Which are you?
Decided to stand in the middle and had to live with my decision. It might have been the wrong decision but I just can't decide and understand clearly because everything was just whirlwind.

OMG: Hello Kitty Beauty Vending Machine in Malaysia!

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Hi all! How are all of you on this beautiful Friday morning? :D You know how most of the cute beauty stuff or cool vending machines are always found in JAPAN or KOREA? Well, you won't believe this but Malaysia have a Hello Kitty Beauty Vending Machine!

Your one stop beauty fix machine!

From a far, I thought it would be candy or some toy vending machine but when I took a better look, it was filled with beauty fix! They have shower gel to sunblock and even perfume in it! :D

Curious where is this machine? 
Want to have a closer look in the products?
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Bazaar: Carousell

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Yo babes! How you doin'? Hehe, wanted to sound all street talk and all. Anyways, remember early this month (2 weeks ago)? I was posting so much about my first ever booth in a bazaar on Instagram and Facebook? Well, finally I got a time to write about it. Do follow my other social media sites yeah, somehow blogging always takes up 4-5 hours of my time.There were other bloggers who were part of the bazaar too.

Here is just a few of us, there were more!

Bet you all were thinking what did I sell right? Well mostly were half of my closet and some left over stock from my "accessory shop". It's super dead btw. Shall revive it after my finals. I'm actually more active on Carousell now, do follow me HERE <3 Anyways back to the bazaar, I sold books, accessories, clothes, shoes and even phone accessories. It was a 2 day event and you won't believe how much I got, RM 605~! Remember most of the stuff are my clothes from my closet. Was so happy when customers loved what they see. One girl even ask if I study abroad because my clothes looked foreign. I wanted to tell her, I get my clothes from all of the warehouse sales. lol.

Day 1: Kish and I

I gave away goodies to customers that spent RM 20 at my booth also!

Curious to see what the other vendors sold?
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Event: Strongbow New Variants Launch

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It's a hot afternoon and you're out at a party. It's crowded with people and even if the air-conditioned is on, you can't help but to break a sweat because of the heat and the crowd. Sounds familiar? Well, that just sums up pretty much everyone at any given afternoon party/BBQ. I experienced that last week and thankfully, I had a bottle of cold apple cider with me. It was none other than Strongbow Apple Cider.

Unlike other cider, this had a crisp, and refreshing taste. I love how there was a subtle sweet taste of it, could really taste the apple in it as it washes down my throat. The best part about Strongbow was, it did not give me any bloating sensation, even after a feel bottles of it. Instantly, I felt refresh inside and out. That day, the weather was just too hot and honestly, I think I would have fainted at the launch party if it wasn't for it.

Imagine all that goodness could be experienced by Strongbow Apple Cider, what about mixing it up with some extra dynamic flavors? Well, starting from December 2014, Strongbow's three new variants: Strongbow Apple Ciders Gold, Strongbow Apple Ciders Honey, and Strongbow Apple Ciders Elderflower will be available in Malaysia!

Curious to know more about the different variants?
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Movie: Big Hero 6, Best animation of 2014

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Just a day ago, I got to watch Big Hero 6 Private Screening because of Amelia <3 I wasn't expecting much because well, usually I ain't a fan of watching animation in cinema. Don't ask me why, it was just a thing.

But gosh, after 10-20 minutes of  watching the movie, I thought to myself, "Damn, this is really amazing" and honestly it could be the best animation movie I have ever watched. From the graphics and the subtle learning messages, everything was amazing. It was filled with emotions as during the movie, everyone was laughing to no end and at certain scenes, you could hear others sniffing and clearing their tears away.

Summary of Big Hero 6
Hiro Hamada, a prodigy in robot making and takes part in illegal robot fights. His brother, Tadashi, disapprove of it and introduces him to San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, where there are other super geniuses like Hiro, creating the next innovation for the world to see. Tadashi then shows off his own invention, an inflatable medical robot, Baymax (Which looks like Michelin-Tire-Man). Hiro then wants to go to the institute and put his robotic skills to the test, however things went wrong and he has to face some trials with the help of Baymax and his new super genius friends from the institute. (Source)

Not spoiling much for you all, all this information can be seen from the trailer :)

Nah watch first then continue reading :)

I'm not sure what to really make out of this post, but I just want to share some key stuff which Big Hero 6 amazed me with along some DYK (Did You Know) moments :)

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*Do know that there are minor spoilers*

Beauty: Bollywood Professionals (Muse By Watson, Sunway Pyramid)

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Sorry for the late updates all, been a little tied up with my various part time jobs and studies. Anyways, if you have seen my postings on instagram or my facebook page, you would have noticed a new immersing brand called Bollywood Professionals.

Mineral Photo Touch Foundation (RM 168) | Mascara (RM 68 - RM 88)

Bollywood Professionals is from New York and are currently selling in Muse By Watson. They have an amazing MATTE like foundation, vibrant colours of liquid lipstick and also shimmering colours of eyeshadow. I was taken by surprise by actually how lasting the make up was on my face. I didn't feel oily and it didn't feel thick at all.

All thanks to The Butterfly Project, I got to experience a colourful Bollywood Glam themed in conjunction with the launch of Bollywood Professionals at Muse By Watson. There were stations ready to give us makeovers and it was a beautiful time reuniting with everyone there :) 

Curious to find out what else Bollywood Professionals have?
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Travel: Macau | 5 Things to do there

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Travel: Macau | 5 Things to do there
Ever wish to escape to somewhere foreign and magical? Well, think Macau. Most people only think of Macau as a origin of Egg Tart or the Asia Las Vegas. But most don’t know that Macau have a variety of breathtaking attractions from adrenaline-punching to cultured adventures. When I was 15, I actually went to Macau and everything about it made me feel like I was in Europe instead of Asia. It’s easy for us Malaysians to travel to Macau as it’s Visa-free, and there are direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Macau (17 flights weekly). It is also easily access to Macau by sea or land :)

Let me share with you top 5 things I would do in Macau

Curious? Think you know what I am about to share?
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1. Go to The House of Dancing Water

This show is constantly promoted all around the Central Ferry Terminal before boarding the boat to Macau. From the pictures I seen and the reviews that I have seen online, this show is a must watch. The show is held in City of Dreams Casino Complex. If you love acrobatics or enjoy watching it, then this would be a true spectacle for you and your family. The theater house has a 10m deep pool with flooring that would disappear before you. The show is fill with distinguished acrobatics, stunning dives, even fascinating motorbike tricks and lots of water! Make sure to book your tickets in advance as it usually sells out fast! Besides that, they also have all year round of festivals and event, so do keep a look out for them! :D

For more information, go to The House of Dancing Water Website

2. Experience adrenaline adventures at Macau Tower

For all adrenaline junkies out there, you would definitely love this! Did you know that Macau Tower is currently the world’s highest bungee jump?! I knew about this all thanks to Running Man. Haha. You can even bungee jump at night! The best time to view Macau would be on Friday or Saturday night.

If jumping off a tower is too much for you, you can also try Skywalk X, where you would be walking around the edge of the tower. Do know that there is NO HANDRAIL during the walk ;) Talk about about living life on the edge. FYI there are kids who actually participated in these adrenaline adventures. Macau Tower also have Tower Climb and SkyJump if you are looking for a variety of stunts to do in a day.

If you want to enjoy the view of Macau without worrying for your life, you can either dine at Macau Tower’s restaurant  or visit the observational deck.

 Dining at Macau Tower

Flooring at observation deck. Do you dare to look down?

For more information, visit Macau Tower Website.

3. Go to The Venetian Shopping Mall

At every country, it is vital to check out their shopping mall. Especially Macau! Not to shop but rather enjoy the beautiful setting of the shopping mall or hotel. I remember when I was there, the ceiling of the mall had angels engraved on it. It was beautiful. Everywhere I turned, was a piece of art. And the mall's ceiling was decorated like a sky. It was heaven for me. You can also find all of the finest brands as you walk on the cobblestones, with various performers serenading to you at every turn. 

Besides the architecture, the mall has a European theme, so you might feel like you’re in the middle of Venice when you are strolling in the mall. You could also enjoy a relaxing tour on the gondola with your love ones.

Just like the scene of The Boys Over Flower, when the lead actress was taken to Macau with the pretty boys :D Fated To Love You was also filmed in Macau's Shopping Mall. Talk about a romantic adventure to relieve your favorite Korean dramas.

All of the pictures you see here are taken at The Venetian Shopping Mall. There are free bus shuttles to the mall, just make sure to find all the information when you are at the Macau Ferry Station. 
For more information, check out The Venetian Website 
4. Visit the Historical Centers

Besides beings known as the Asia's Las Vegas, Macau is also known to be in the UNESCO World Heritage List for it's cultural uniqueness. Macau features many "first" & oldest buildings in China. They have the oldest church, western-style mount fortress, lighthouse, general post office. Most of their buildings have a fusion of Chinese and Western style.

 There is a lot of uphill streets at this area
I remember sitting on a slanting bench.

 Lots of these beautiful tiles at the area

All these pictures were taken at Senado Square, the three buildings to take note of are Ruins of St. Paul’s, St. Dominics Church & General Post Office.

 Boys Over Flowers also did a scene here

Ruins of St. Paul’s

 St. Dominics Church

 General Post Office

5. Eat at Lord Stow’s Bakery

You may be thinking, why at such a specific bakery? Well, Lord Stow's Bakery claims to say that they were the first who produce the first egg custard (Egg Tart) in Asia. Besides that, a lot of food/travel bloggers recommend those who are in or traveling to Macau to try it! So, I guess it’s definitely worth going for a taste. Aside from pastries, Macau have different cuisine (Macanese, Portuguese, Chinese and International). Talk about YUMMM.

Lord Stow's Bakery 
1 Rua da Tassara, Coloane Town Square, Macau
Tel: 2888 2534 
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun: 7am - 10pm

For more information, visit Lord Stow's Bakery Website


So, thinking about hopping onto the first flight to Macau now? Want to go but don't have the money for it? Well, you are in luck! If you are a blogger, stand a chance to win 3D2N to Macau!
All you have to do to win is:

DO: Blog about how much you want to go to Macau or write about two elements of below to show Macau's attractions. (Event & Festivals, Food, UNESCO Heritage Sites, Tourism Product & Entertainment). You can also share about your past wonderful experiences in Macau :) Do know that if you do win, you would be required to share social media posting & post a blog post of the trip.

DON'T: Mention about gambling / casinos, negative experiences (if any) or mention of other destinations in the post (Hong Kong / China is ok, as that is another gateway to go Macau, but not to emphasize too much) 

The contest is from 20th October - 23rd November 2014.

It took me 5 hours to blog about Macau, so I wish you all the best! :D Nice right my pictures? All credits of the pictures are written below.

For more information about this contest, click HERE.


Photo Credits: architravel, travelerfolio, hoistuk, lajollamom, telegraph, friendlybooking, shoppes upload.wikimedia, venetian macau, ajhackett, tripadvisor, everydayminimalist, worldstotrek, dramabeans, bingwalls, macautower, seemacau, stuff, pegipegi, foodcraver, kdramarama, shafir, zoezcool & waaaat.welovead

Happy traveling you all
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