Ever since I left Asia, I have not really followed the famous Japanese line, RMK, but their latest spring/summer collection sure got me drooling all over *lol* Girls in Asia, definitely check this out and let me know how everything is!
Picked this up a while ago and finally got to play with them. I know they are crazy but who cares?!! lol*
*Update:- I have added a picture of my whole face as requested =)
I just got back from the MAC store with a bunch of goodies from Fafi =) Overall, the collection is really cute and fun with lots and lots of bright colors. Read on for reviews!
I really like some of the looks from MAC’s latest Fafi collection. My favorites are Sassed up and Squeeze It.
Notice anything different on my blog guys? Yes I finally got a banner and updated the template – yay!!! I need to give a HUGE thank you to my super awesome and talented friend, Ben Shao, for creating this super cool banner! You can check out Ben’s personal website here.
Another huge thanks goes to Man Chun who helped make the drop menu work (that thing totally drove me crazy!) I hope you guys like everything and if you have any suggestions, just holler =)
** I know that some of you are experiencing problems with this template. I looked into it and turns out it is Internet Explorer’s problem. Please bear with me and use Mozilla Firefox for now. I will get this fixed asap – thanks!
Singer of hit single Glamorous, Stacy “Fergie” Ferguson, has followed the footsteps of Dita von Teese, Eve, Christina Aguilera, Lisa Marie Presley and many more as MAC’s latest Viva Glam girl.
“I have been a fan of Viva Glam for a long time – I have been following the campaign for years and I think it’s a great outreach,” said Fergie. “I have friends that are proud of being careless, that haven’t been infected or who have been and aren’t bothered by it. I want to educate people.” She also likes that Viva Glam ads are never your typical cosmetics shots: “MAC picks people like RuPaul, Mary J. Blige — people that are a little controversial and aren’t afraid to speak their minds,” she said. “I’m very proud to be a part of it.”