What do you think of this trend?
If it's one thing that I've noticed so far while online shopping, is that mesh is making its slyly way into pieces. From small peeks of mesh in shirts to mesh-paneled dresses, this material lets a girl reveal a bit of skin without showing too much. My first initial thought? Fishes. Like fish net. But after a while, I found it quite appealing. Now how do I decide what to buy when all of them look so pretty ╥﹏╥
What do you think of this trend?
I just wanted to share my current routine for my skin and hair care! I've been using the argan oil from OGX to help with my damaged hair. I can't really tell how effective it is, but my hair isn't super dead looking so that's a good sign! I've also been using some small samples received from Birchbox for my hair. My current fave is the Amika Nourishing Mask; it smells freaking amazing.
For my face, I use the cleansing foam from L'Occitane. It's very light and leaves my face feeling fresh, but sadly it hasn't helped with my acne much. I try to use it twice a day , but I usually forget and only use it at night before I sleep. The vitamin E toner and night cream from The Body Shop has been great for moisturizing my skin and it leaves it smelling pretty good! I usually only use the toner at night, and I also use the night cream for a day lotion too haha. I also use the blemish fade night lotion in hopes it'll help with my acne. I noticed it does help a bit with the redness, but I haven't really seen results with controlling acne and/or scars. And finally, I recently got the Acure eye cream! I haven't seen anything yet, but I'm hoping I will! It's supposed to help reduce puffy eyes and dark circles, so I'm trying to remember to use it nightly to see results~
What're your favorite beauty products? :)
I went up to Vancouver, BC with my dad for a small weekend trip! For dinner the first night, we went to this little cafe on Alexandra Road called Leisure Tea & Coffee. I've been there once before with my friend, hence I knew this little place would be open around 10:00pm for an evening snack. My dad ordered a devil's latte and a club sandwich; I ordered a green bean milk drink (they ran out of papaya :/) and we shared a mango shaved ice with added coconut jelly and taro mochi balls on top. The total was around $36, which was pretty good to me!
One thing I've noticed about Vancouver and Richmond is that the drinks can get pretty pricey (up to around $6 for a bubble tea!) but the desserts are at an okay price. I guess that means I need to cut down on fancy drinks and just munch on yummy food!
I tried this Korean restaurant in Beacon Hill yesterday called Pippy's Cafe. It's different inside; the interior isn't really decorated like your typical Korean restaurant but more similar to an American cafe or burger place (sort of). I ordered the grilled beef bulgogi and my mom got the bibambop. It was pretty good! Now I know there's a close-by Korean place to satisfy my cravings!
The first place I plan on introducing is Fresh Flours in Beacon Hill. It's this cute little cafe & bakery located near the Beacon Hill light rail station, and right under the new apartment building "denning".
Time and time again I have started a blog, was extremely dedicated to posting, and then somewhere along the way I lost my interest. And then I start looking at other blogs, like Feral Creature and Song of Style, and I get "re-inspired" to blog. So here I am, attempting to blog yet again. This time though, I hope to stick to it. Starting over with a fresh layout is already quite exciting for me! I plan on doing more food and beauty posts, rather than fashion.