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Thursday, 15 June 2017

[ALTHEA X WITHSHYAN] SUMMER NEGATIVE SPACE FRUIT NAIL ART DESIGN

Hi nail art lovers,

I was excited to receive the Withshyan Nail It Box which is really great for summer nail art design.  I think it would be a great to create a simple DIY on negative space combined with fruit design for a minimalist design that is in trend for 2017.

So, here is the Summer negative space fruit nail art design using products from Withshyan .

Summer negative space fruit nail art design using product from Withshyan
Summer negative space fruit nail art design
Summer negative fruit nail art design using product from Withshyan
Summer negative space fruit nail art design





withshyan nail box
withshyan nail polishes-green latte, honeymoon(red), green leaf, nail base coat, uv nail top coat, peel off


Summer negative space fruit nail art design using withshyan
withshyan nail remover

Summer negative space fruit nail art design using product from Withshyan
Summer negative space fruit nail art design using product from Withshyan 


Summer fruit nail design-negative space fruit nail artusing product from Withshyan
Summer fruit nail design-negative space fruit nail art
Pineapple (thumb), grapes (pinky), pear(ring finger), durian(middle finger) and watermelon (index finger). I wonder which one you like?
Summer fruit nail design-negative space fruit nail art
Summer fruit nail design-negative space fruit nail art


Things needed:
withshyan Nail polishes in :
-Honeymoon is a bright red color with fine black glitters.
-Green Latte is a yellowish light green.
-Green Leaf is a dark green.

-filler base
-UV gel nail top coat
-peel off
-nail polish remover
-toothpick or tiny watercolour brush or bobby pin(optional)
-ruby pusher or tweezer (optional)



Tutorial on a simple Korean design, negative space Watermelon nail art.
1. Apply base coat.
2. Apply the peel off around the nail, and on half of the nail. Be generous with the amount and be careful because this is very important for the outcome of the nail.
3. Apply two coat of Green latte(light green) over the inner part of the nail. Let it dry.
4. Apply the peel off with a very thin line near the cuticle. Do leave a thin space before the cuticle. make sure to apply a few layer on top of each other and be careful during application.
If you do not have peel off, you can cut scotch tape or reinforcement ring.
5. Apply Green leaf(dark green) near the cuticle.
6. Apply Honeymoon(red) after the peel off.
7. Wait for both to dry properly.
8.Peel off carefully.
9. Apply top coat to make it look like gel nail.



So, that is the tutorial on a simple negative space watermelon nail art. You can change the green latter to Green leaf (dark green) if two layers of watermelon skin is difficult.  I don't use gel nail polishes since I don't UV nail polishes or the UV lamp so using the normal nail polishes can also product beautiful effect too.

You don't have to use the same brand of nail polishes as I do. Since I received the box for review and it has so many colours that I want to use, I just thought that it would be good idea to share a Korean nail art using Korean nail polishes.


Do you like the watermelon nail art design? Do you like the other fruit design too?  If interested, let me know so that I can come up with a tutorial for it.



Product retails for
Althea X With Shyan Nail It Box  at RM93 (original price at RM448)
Made in Korea.

RM20 off for your first order, and I'll get RM20 HERE

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Monday, 15 May 2017

SHOP ONLINE EASILY USING LAZADA MALAYSIA APPS AND PAY BY MOLPAY CASH

Hi,

I am sure that most of you love to shop from Lazada Malaysia. The various choices, the convenient and the safe secure website makes Lazada Malaysia a popular choice. It is also cheaper to shop for some things that are not available yet in Malaysia such as Korean skincare brands from Korea.


Now, with Lazada Malaysia apps and MOLPay CASH  which the leading payment in Southeast Asia, you can pay cash.  It is so easy to shop from your phone and pay with cash now.  You can do over the counter payment from any Seven Eleven store in Malaysia which is so easy.

Here is the tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH  .  MOLPay CASH  has mobile payment optimization allowing customer that shop using Lazada Malaysia  apps to pay with cash.



tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH


1. Download the Lazada Malaysia app now on " App Store / Google Play store".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

2. Shop, choose the products that you wanted to buy.  Click on "check out".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

3. "Log in" or choose "continue as guest". The click on "continue".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

4. Fill in your details and "proceed to pay".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

5. Select "7 Eleven" as the payment option to do MOLPay CASH.

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH



6. Click on review "order"in Lazada Malaysia.

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

7. If you have voucher code, key in at "Do you have voucher" and press apply.  Check your details and then press "place order".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

8. You will be directed to your payment details in Lazada Malaysia.

9.  Screenshot / print this transaction id and verification code and head to nearest 7-Eleven to proceed with payment within 48hours.


tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH


Tadaa, isn't it easy to shop cash using MOLPay CASH  at Lazada Malaysia apps from the comfort of your phone?  You will get confirmation of shipping and the details of your orders in your email which is really easy and hassle free.



For more information, please visit Lazada Malaysia official website and MOLPay .  The opinions expressed here are my own and honest as always.

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Saturday, 13 May 2017

FOOD ADVENTURE IN SEKINCHAN, SELANGOR, MALAYSIA

Hi,

Food adventure in Sekinchan, Sabak Bernam, Selangor, Malaysia is a small place which most people visit for the feeling of being in a peaceful small town out of the big city where everything is hectic.  They are famous for fresh seafood but what I am showing is not seafood since I was just passing by and had to stop for lunch.

The buildings and area are in the 1950s where most of it are still wooden shop houses.  No, we don't live in tree houses if that is what people think.  Most shop houses here still retain the feeling although there are bricks shop houses.  This is the place if one wanted the feeling of being in the past of another different era.

I didn't know much about the place and just decide to stop at Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia for lunch before heading down South.



paddy field in Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia
paddy field

Here is the paddy field that you can see. Rice comes from here and it will turns golden when it is time for harvest.

Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia
Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia


Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia
price of the food in Chinese

Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia
Restoran ABC Corner

Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia
Restoran ABC Corner


Hawaii
This is Hawaii. It is actually shaved ice with some colouring, pineapple and jellies. The top is lime.  Overall, average I guess.  I don't like artificial colouring.

Hawaii RM4

Dried Wantan Mee
Wantan Mee


The Wantan Mee is portion is of medium which is the average type that one will get in Chinese shop since everything is increasing now.  The char siew (salted portk) was quite fat and not really to my liking.  As usual, the soup that comes with it contain sodium glutamate as I feel very thirsty after eating it.  There is a fish ball and a pork ball in the soup.  The fish cakes and that comes with is it are okay.  The noodles are alright since it is not too soft or too hard.  The sauce is a bit watery to my liking but it taste fine.  Overall, average in taste but not too bad.

As for customer service, the owner does come to take order fast but the time waiting for the food is quite long since I waited for 30minutes for the food to come.  There are people keep coming in to the shop so I guess the locals here do like the food here.  Another is make sure you speak Mandarin and able to read the Chinese words as everything is written in that language itself.  I am not sure about English since patrons here use Mandarin or the Hokkien dialects.

Overall, experience wise is typical type of Chinese shop which is not that great and not that bad also. For the kind of price, that is the kind of service and food I guess?

Price of food:
Dried Wantan Mee Rm3.50 (if add extra it is RM5)
Hawaii RM4

Restoran ABC Corner, Jalan Malinja, Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia.
(next to Quick Star mobile communication and Alat-Alat Ganti Kejuteraan Kiam Huat)


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Monday, 1 May 2017

TUTORIAL ON THE LATEST 2017 KOREAN WIRE NAILS ART TREND

Hi beauties,

If you are into the shattered glass manicures, 2017 nail art trend is about the wire nail art and recently is the neon manicure by Eun Kyung Park who is the founder of Unistella Salon and inventor of the shattered glass manicures.

I do like the wire nail art trend and am just sharing with you an easy tutorial which you can actually DIY at home.  Before you run to the store or kitchen looking for unused wires do listen to me first.  I am not a manicurist at all so this is not going to look as nice as done at nail parlor by professional. 

I do not have the cure machine or those tools for nails. If you have all that, it makes thing way easier.  I use eyebrow tweezers and my fingers, so you get why my work look rough.

So here is the latest  2017 wire nail art trend tutorial.

wire nail art trend tutorial
wire nail art
2017 korean wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend
wire nail art trend tutorial
wire nail art trend 



Things needed: (really basic)
1. Wires (just recycle it from the stuff that you want to throw away. Some use stripping tape which is easier to work with)
2. Eyelash glue or glue for nails
3. Transparent nail polish
4. Cure machine (optional)
5. Tweezers (I use my eyebrow tweezers)



Wires
Wires
I used the wire from the computer mouse which I had thrown the mouse away long ago.

Wires
Wires 
 Instruction;
1. Just remove those bronze wire from their insulator. The one I use here is very thin and hard to work with.  If you have the cure machine then you can get a thicker one to work with.  The one that used is actually gold, silver and black but I only have bronze.  One I saw use stripping tape which is also easier to work with but I don't have it XD.

wire nail art trend tutorial
wire nail art trend tutorial-heart shape


2.  Then, bend the wire into the shape that you want.  Here is the heart shape which is easier to shape into. Just make a loop and pull the two side down and twist it.


wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend

2017 korean wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend

2017 Korean wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend

 These two are my most favourite design of all.

2017 korean wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend

3. Here is some other shape that I did which is similar to Unistella design but in bronze.  You need to check out the size of your nail first before shaping it out. The cubism shape (Picasso) is the favourites and the most in trend.  The eyes, mouth and the heart shape looks weirdly nice.

2017 korean wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend

4. Then apply glue and stick the pattern onto your nails.  I don't have eye lashes glue so I just stick it with nail polish.  It is a bad idea and not a smart thing to do.

5. Done.
2017 korean wire nail art trend tutorial
2017 Korean wire nail art trend and diamond nail


So, here is my most beautiful and also ugly destroyed wire nails art trend.  XD
I am not sure if you can follow this. It is fun to recycle your wire from throwing them away and the feeling of satisfaction of looking at the Picasso art that you have probably wanting to do.

Honestly, to make things easier, get the ready made nail sticker or get someone else to do it for you.  It is way easier than trying to be Superly Sexy Wire bender to shape all that fragile wires into that eyes and mouth that you want.


*there is slight yellowish tint on my middle finger because I accidentally cut my finger the day before and having a band aid is not going to look nice.

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Friday, 14 April 2017

FOOD REVIEW ON ROJAK AH CHAI TELUK INTAN, PERAK, MALAYSIA

Hi,

Here is a review to a place that many will get recommend when they are in Teluk Intan.
However, the stalls is now passed down to their children generation.  However, still I like to just let you know what I think about Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan since I receive some comments on the food is not as delicious as what bloggers or TV food channel mentioned.

Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
It is by the road side so I don't really fancy eating it at the stalls.  This is my first time having it there so I will suggest you to do takeaway than eating there.

Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
There are only drink and rojak.  So not ad visible to eat that only for lunch or dinner.

Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Coconut juice
Coconut juice, Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Coconut juice.  It is alright. It does get water down by adding sugar in it.

Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Here is the rojak. Rojak is a salad fruits mixed into it and adding a little of the crunchy fried crackers. The one I have here is only the pineapple, crunchy crackers, sliced guava and jicama turnip.  It does have a special sauce in it which is the star of this stalls actually.

Rojak (fruit salad) is just meant as tea time or as snack so do not eat this in the morning as meals or else one will have stomach after that because pineapple does contains acid.  What I like the most about this stall is actually the crunchy crackers that I don't get else where for fruit rojak.

The place is actually near a primary Chinese school SRKJ(C) San Min 1 so it is easy to find this place.


Product retails for
Rojak RM4.50 or RM5
Drink RM1.50

Rojak Ah Chai at 
Jalan Woo Saik Hong, 
Pekan Teluk Intan, 
36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia


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Friday, 31 March 2017

REVIEW ON CUBECRATE MARCH 2017 SLEEPING THEME BOX

Hi gorgeous,

March is going to end soon.  How is March treating you?  I hope you are happy and has been treating yourselves well. Do not forget your health and also to sleep well.  This month Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme came to me this month.

So the products in this month came in for that reason and also for the Earth Hour celebrated on 25March.  So let's check out what is inside this month Cubecrate March 2017.


Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme

Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme


Shot glass candles by Candlenutsbynadia, Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
Shot glass candles by Candlenutsbynadia

Shot glass candles by Candlenutsbynadia .  I think mine is a strawberry scented since it smells so much like sweet strawberries =).  Love the pink strawberry look too.  So far, I love every scented products that I have received from them.  Their candles are environmentally friendly and very affordable.  Candlenutsbynadia is the first hand poured candle in Malaysia that use palm wax.  The paraffin is not good for health and environment.  Their candle 120g of 40-45 hrs burn for RM25.90.




The Tea Republic blooming tea, Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
The Tea Republic blooming tea
The Tea Republic blooming tea. The Blend that I get is Marigold, jasmine, green tea and globe Amarath.  The tea is really unique as the tea balls blooms upon contact with hot. Isn't it a nice magic to impress people?

The shop is formed in December 2010 with more than 50 types of teas and operates from Bangsar Shopping Centre. Their online store was launched in 2013 and has a wide selection of tea that you can choose based on your mood, either for relaxation, staying focused, being healthy, or trying something exotic. I am not sure what I got but I have to drink it first to know XD .
J&E Botanicals cold press body lotion, Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
J&E Botanicals cold press body lotion.

J&E Botanicals cold press body lotion.
Their products are handcrafted, born out of the believe for a better, natural lifestyle, sans toxic & synthetic chemicals.  It is really soft.  Definitely love this too in such a pretty glass jar. The lotion absorbs easily into my skin so recommended for anyone who dislike thick lotion.


HowSmooth rest and relax body oil, Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
HowSmooth rest and relax body oil

HowSmooth rest and relax body oil.  There are sleeping rub, essential oil, sleeping roll so depends on what is inside your box.  The rest and relax body oil contains coconut oil, jojoba oil, pure essential oil of lavender, rosemary and peppermint.  HowSmooth provides natural and organic handcrafted soap, bath and body care.  Their products are formulated using premium quality plant based ingredients sourced mainly from Australia.  They are 100% free of chemicals, artificial fragrance, animals fats and alcohol which are harsh on the skin.  The Bedtime range is natural remedy designed to assist with calming both your body and mind, relaxation and achieving deep sleep.


Panda shape eye mask, Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
Panda shape eye mask in Cubecrate March 2017 sleeping theme
Very cute Panda shape eye mask. The design is variables. Mine looks like it has fainted probably out of exhaustion which does sound like me XD.  So remember to take a break and do not turn up like Panda Mask.


Overall, I love the products picked for the sleeping theme for Cubecrate March 2017.  Of course I like the  Shot glass candles by Candlenutsbynadia and The Tea Republic blooming tea.  It is a nice affordable box and you can get to know a lot of other great local brands.



Cubecrate has launched a wine subscription box  as well as boxes that you can customize the content.

Product retails for
A box is Rm35 plus shipping
RM 90 for 3 months
RM 197 for 6 months


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FOOD REVIEW ON SAM SIEW YEH CHEE CHEONG FAN TELUK INTAN, PERAK, MALAYSIA

Hi foodiesm,

Today let's go to visit a place that only opens at night. Welcome to the dark world of food.
This place actually means Three Uncles... Okay, so must think that now what kind of dark place I am introducing you.

Here is the Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan where they serve Chee Cheong Fan which also means pig's intestine.  mmm... so good... Not pig intestine actually but that is the direct translation of the food. Xd I am hope you haven't faint yet.

Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
So, here is the shop.hahaha. This is place for vampires..no, I am joking.

Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
I am sorry because people are staring at me for taking 20 times shot and still cannot get it right.


Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Here is inside the shop.  It doesn't look as scary as it is from the outside. XD


Chee Cheong Fan Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Chee Cheong Fan
Here the famous Chee Cheong Fan.  It is also one of the must eat food if you are in Teluk Intan.  The locals usually comes here because it taste better than the other one(Wee Kei) in Jalan Bedamar.  It is called pig intestine but it is not made from that.  It is made from flour and pork. You eat it with pickled green chillies.

Chee Cheong Fan Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Chee Cheong Fan

Gingko Biloba with barley Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Gingko Biloba with barley
Gingko Biloba with barley.   Those flakes that you see is those shredded tofu skin. It is traditional warm dessert. It is slightly sweet and is one of my favourite Cantonese dessert (tong sui).  Women usually loves this as gingko biloba helps with anti ageing XD.  There is taste of ginger inside it to balance out the 'cold' energy just in case there are some people that can't eat this.

Bubur Cha Cha Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Bubur Cha Cha


This is called Bubur Cha Cha.  No idea why it is called Cha Cha but bubur actually means porridge. It doesn't contain rice though.  It is white because that is coconut milk.  It has sweet potato and sago.  Sago is basically tasteless but it look small transparent so it is not visible on the photos.  It is a dish from Indonesia I think.


Overall, Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan is a place for Chinese eatery if you are interested in Chee Cheong Fan and Cantonese Desserts.  I wanted to take photos of the price but then the kids are blocking the huge menu on the walls so sorry for that.  If you can't read the words, there are pictures.  It is a great place to hang out just for the Chinese Dessert XD.

Chee Cheong Fan RM4.50
Bubur Cha Cha RM2.50
Gingko Biloba with barley RM2.50


Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan,
Jalan Sultan Abdullah, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia

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