Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Contact Lens Review: EOS Luna Brown

When I was searching for the next contact lens-to-buy, I intended to find a comfy one with very natural appearance that made it wearable for daily office makeup. I have been working at my current job for a year, and I didn't remember that I ever tried to look 'pretty' at work. I self-proclaimed that I am (or was) a beauty blogger, but I didn't do what I claimed to my office-mate. 

Every day, I just come to the office wearing my uniform top and my own trouser that I've worn days before, applying thin layer of BB cream, doing eyebrows, apply lip butter and lip cream or tint. Also, I'm too lazy to wear shoes. Ugly black flip-flop is my daily footwear.

"Because my office is only 1-minute-walk from where I stay" has always been my excuse for the absence of the effort to look good.

There was time though when I tried different lipcolor, or mix-matching my outfit for the day. The result: better mood for the day (and came to work a bit late). But I guess it affects me positively. So I'd love to start putting more efforts in looking pretty.

I was very excited when my order had arrived, and the contact lens I bought came out really really natural on me. Perfect!

EOS has been my ultimate choice for its comfort. I can wear it for hours without any problem. Overall, I'm very satisfied with this contact lens.

EOS Luna Brown
Diameter : 14.5 mm
Water content : 52%
Disposable : 1 year
Bought at: Dreamie Chuppa


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Sunday, November 20, 2016

#BandungLife: Rasa Bakery dan Cafe

Visited Rasa Bakery and Cafe about a  month ago after my weekly Zumba session. This place reminded me a lot of Ragusa in Jakarta, where you can find homemade ice cream. The vintage vibe it has assured me about their resemblance. The menu they offer is different though. And also, while Ragusa feels homey, Rasa somehow feels classy.

I ordered the ice cream: Pineapple and Coconut Ice Cream. Simple dessert. They consisted of scoops of ice cream, wafer, and crumbs, and specially served on the real pineapple and coconut. 

Poffertjes to accompany the ice cream.

There were some cakes being displayed for sale. All kinds of cakes were simple and really 'djadul'. Legend says they have been selling the same kind of cakes for decades 😮😮😮.

Rasa Bakery and Cafe
Jalan Tamblong No. 15
Braga, Bandung 40111


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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Junji Itou

One day, I browsed on manga reader on my phone because I was so bored reading the series I'd been following, and the new chapter of the other series had not come out yet. I particularly searched for a horror manga. I intended to read some really creepy stories. I used to be a fan of horror manga when I was in primary school. I was a coward kid but horror story was so tempting to me back then. Maybe one of you, 90s kids, still remember Chie Watari's works. That's one of my favorites.

But I never know about Junji Itou. Only that day I read several horror manga, but nothing was as creepy as what I think horror manga must be. Perhaps because I'm too old to be scared by such stories like those. However, I found one manga that tells about a boy named Souichi Tsujii. It's not spooky like other horror manga, but it's creepy, and most importantly, witty.

The manga have different stories in each chapter, and every chapter always ends with a smart twist. It made me grin all the time. Souichi is a young boy who obsessed with black magic. He always has nails in his mouth because he needs to suck the iron due to his being anemic. He's such a freak! But he's the star of the story, so I can't help loving him.

If not about Souichi, Junji Itou wrote some really creepy stories, focusing on surrealism as the main theme. For example, the most famous one is about the hanging balloons that have shape like humans head. The balloon will move by itself and find their human, trying to strangle them with the noose. The illustration is really creepy.

The manga also talked about human insanity, that never fails to make me grin like a psycho. The most unforgettable story is from Uzumaki, where the whole town was obsessed with spiral. It was beyond insane. There's a man who died forcing his body to become spiral, and there's a woman who died from her effort to eliminate all spirals in her body, including her fingertips and her cochlea!!!

But when I first read the manga I didn't pay attention to the mangaka, Junji Itou. I didn't know who wrote those stories. Only few weeks ago, some people I followed on instagram took picture with the life-size freak boy statue. I, then, realized it was Souichi from the horror manga I've read and liked. I found out that there's an exhibition in Taiwan. So cool! And it seems there's a hype of Junji Itou in Japan as well.

Currently, I'm still reading the Manga Collection and Uzumaki, and will try reading Tomie too. I won't post much pictures because it may look disturbing for some people. Besides, Google Images provides sufficient sneak peeks of Junji Itou's works. Just take a look.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Winter Look

I was pretending to enjoy winter in my country, even though the reality made me sweating. It's more than 32°C at that time, hahaa.

Purchased the new contact lenses named More Latin Honey, this was the first time I tried them. The color is so bright which I like so much, even though I didn't feel really comfortable wearing them. 

And because the lenses fit icy makeup so much, I played with blue eye shadow, applied with a thin black liner, and fake eyelashes.


Sunday, January 3, 2016


Happy New Year. 2015 has left, 2016 has come. But first of all, happy birthday to my sister, Nia. She's 23 now.

I didn't go anywhere on new year's eve. Just spent the night at home, trying to spend my internet quota. On the last day of 2015, there's still  9GB to be spent. Of course, I wouldn't go out. Streaming and downloading videos are more tempting.

I remember, back then when 2014 changed to 2015, I said I like fireworks so much. Well, now, I still like it, but I kinda want something more calming and not smoky at all. I actually wanted to plan my new year's eve to go to temple or hike up the mountain. But I ended up spending it at home, browsing internet. It's still quite the same, right? Because I was still away from the crowd. Hahahaha.

Speaking about 2016, I think this year I need to focus on one and two things I'm doing right now, promise myself to be more fit and try to exercise every day, and spend more time to explore. More importantly, I want to update my blog and social media more often. Because I realized I wasn't really active in 2015.

So, hope 2015 will be a great year for us.