Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Review: Silkygirl Moisture Shine Lipstick in Innocent Pink

This is one of my favourite lipsticks at the moment. I always liked the formula of Silkygirl's lipstick. I found that they're really moisturising. Without further ado, let's move on to the review.


Guardian, Watsons, Sasa, and most drugstores or pharmacies.


The Silkygirl Moisture Shine Lipstick comes in a black tube with floral design on it. I don't fancy the design but it's okay, the actual lipstick is what matters to me. So the formulation of this lipstick is really similar with the Silkygirl Moisture Smooth Lipstick (at least the one that I have). It's not a bad thing, because I really love the formula. It glides on like butter, and it feels comfortable on my lips. The staying power is nothing special, but I don't have problems with that because I always bring 2 to 3 lipsticks whenever I go out. So I always change my lip colour if the one that I wear faded. The pigmentation is good, not the best but that's what I like about it. 

Beautiful colour
Good pigmentation

I'm not a fan of the packaging

Why not? :)


So far, I'm happy with Silkygirl lipsticks. I think they're really affordable and good quality. Thank you so much for reading my blog, stay tuned if you're interested for more reviews.

P.S : All these beautiful photos above were taken by my sister, Nadhirah Ismailjee


Michael Todd True Organics is on Sale on Mysale.my!

Not familiar with the brand? Try watching these videos.

I've been wanting Michael Todd products for so long because a lot of beauty gurus on YouTube raved about them. But you know, Michael Todd products are not really cheap so it's impossible for me to buy them. So now, Mysale.my is having a sale on their products. Scroll down to see what's on sale.

If you're interested in trying Michael Todd products, this is a good time to buy them. What are you waiting for? Go grab them now!


Monday, February 18, 2013

Another MUA Haul?

MUA had a 50% off + free worldwide shipping offer recently and of course I had to buy something. Or some things. I know I shouldn't, but it's too good to resist. 

1. Pro-Base Makeup Fixing Mist
£2.50 or RM12 (The price was originally £5)

I needed a makeup setting spray so I bought this one. I have tried it but I'm not sure if this stuff really works because I notice that my makeup still fade. 

2. Matte Perfect Loose Powder
£1.15 or RM5.50 (The price was originally £2.30)

I bought this one because I wanted a loose powder. I wanted the ELF Studio High Definition Powder but well, I found this one and it is cheaper, so why not.

3. MUA Blusher in Shade 3, Shade 4 and Shade 5
£0.50 or RM2.40 each (The price was originally £1)

I already have two of these and I absolutely love them. So I decided to get them in all colours. The only colour that I did not manage to get was Shade 1 because it was out of stock. 

4. Blush Perfection Cream Blusher in Blossom and Yummy
£1 or RM4.80 (The price was originally £2)

I went a little bit crazy with the blushes. I don't know, I'm so into blushes lately. I already have this one in Dolly and it is pretty amazing. I wish MUA came up with more colours because I really love them.

5. MUA Eye Primer
£1.25 or RM6 (The price was originally £2.50)

I'm running out of my ELF Eyelid Primer and wanted to try a new one. I've seen a lot of good reviews for this primer so I thought I would give it a try.

6. 12 Shade Heaven and Earth Palette
£2 or RM9.60 (The price was originally £4)

My favourite palette from MUA! I loved it so much I decided to pick up another one. Well, it is not for me though (hint: giveaway, maybe?). 

7. Extreme Metallics Eyeshadows in Go Getter
£1.50 or RM7.20 (The price was originally £3)

I saw a lot of good reviews for this quad at MUA's website. But sadly the pigmentation is just, meh. I expected it to be more pigmented as it is pricier but I personally think that their regular shadows are way better than this one, and a lot cheaper too. 

8. MUA Pearl Eyeshadow in Shade 28
£0.50 or RM2.40 (The price was originally £1)

I just wanted to try their single eye shadows. They seems pretty so I bought one in Shade 28. I'm impressed with the pigmentation in this one, it is highly pigmented! I will do more in depth review for this shadow because it deserves a proper review.

9. Intense Kisses Lip Gloss in Stolen Kisses
£1 or RM4.80 (The price was originally £2)

I wanted more of these but they were out of stock. :( This is the only one that I managed to get. And it is so freaking pigmented and not sticky at all!

10. Out There Plumping Lip Gloss in Buff and Peach Shimmer
£1 or RM4.80 each (The price was originally £2)

I picked these up because most of the Intense Kisses Glosses were out of stock. I've never tried any kind of plumping lip gloss before, so these are my first ones. 

11. Love Hearts Lip Balm in Kiss Me
£1 or RM4.80 (The price was originally £2)

I bought this one for my sister because I love the packaging. Oh and it smells soooooo good! (I kind of regret not buying one for myself. Hehe.)

So that's all that I bought from the sale. Hope you guys enjoy the post. Thank you so much for reading my blog, stay tuned for a lot more reviews. :)

P.S : All the pictures above were taken by my sister, Nadhirah Ismailjee.


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Review: Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Adore

I have reviewed the Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Honey before and I told you guys that I picked up another one because I love them so much! So this is the one. Let's see if I like it as much as Honey.

RM30++ (but it was on sale when I purchased it, I bought it for only RM26)

GuardianWatsonSasa and most drugstores.


The Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain comes in a plastic tube. The packaging looks really similar to the Clinique Chubby Stick. I really love the packaging accept for the easy-to-rub-off fonts. It looks pretty ugly when the fonts are all rubbed off. The balm stain comes in a twist-up tube so no sharpener is required!

Bare lips with no lip balm

With Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Adore

I have been loving the one in Honey and I'm happy to say that I'm in love with this one too. I don't know, I just love the formula and how it stays and stains. I was a bit scared to wear it at first as it is a red colour. But I'm surprised that the colour turns out to be more wearable than bold. I'm a neutral kind of girl, of course I want everything to wearable. I rarely wear bold colours on my lips because I think they looked weird with my complexion and also, my big lips. So Adore is a big thumbs up.

Stains beautifully
Easy to apply
No need to sharpen
The colour is wearable

Not that I can think of.


Yes, yes, yes!

I love these balm stains and I feel like buying them all. But it's unnecessary to buy all of them as I know I will not use them. But I really really love these. Anyway, thank you so much for reading my blog, stay tuned if you're interested for more reviews!

P.S : My sister, Nadhirah Ismailjee took all these beautiful pictures!