Want to learn more about Victoria’s Secret’s first Asian model on the runway, Liu Wen? Read on for a brief bio and tips from the Chinese beauty.
I was recently featured on Tatcha.com as one of the rising talents in the beauty world. Click here to check out my interview and read on to find out how you can win a free pack of Tatcha Aburatorigami that I loved!
I have always *loved* the smoky eye look and this time, instead of my usual winged eyeliner, I dragged the line down at the outer corner to mimic the look you see in Japanese magazines.
Growing up in Hong Kong, Aburatorigami, otherwise known as oil-blotting papers to most of us, have been a life-saver for me for longer than I can remember. But it wasn’t until recently that I discovered the story behind this Asian beauty staple and found my HG, TATCHA Aburatorigami.
I just stumbled upon these pictures of the Asian All Doll’d Up Collection from Barbie and the products are so much cuter than the European version and US version!
The line is currently sold only in Hong Kong and Shanghai and ironically, is manufactured in the US by cmm Int’l Group. Product prices range from ~US$6 for a nail polish to ~US$34 for a set of 7 lip glosses.
Ladies in Asia, if you have seen these products in person, you must post pictures and reviews!
Barbie All Doll’d Up Blush Kit
I just got this Castledew Color Shot Eyes 4 Color Palette from a friend in Australia (thanks Adrian!) and it’s *so* cute I have to share it with you ladies!