CC Cream The Newest Generation!

Hi sweeties! Every girl knows BB Cream and guess what? There's a next generation, CC Cream! CC cream, also known as Color Control cream, is an improved and refined blemish balm cream created and developed in Korea. CC cream is the newest miracle beauty product that's now available! The benefits of CC cream is said to include high SPF rating to ensure protection from damaging UVA rays. It also treats and covers uneven skin tones more effectively and blends with skin tone better than BB Creams that sometimes appear too light on certain skin tones. A lighter texture than that of BB cream also allows for smoother application with a less oily finish, while remaining extremely nourishing to the skin. The end effect is said to be surprisingly natural and flawlessly radiant complexion
Have you tried the CC Cream yet? 

Beauty Skinfood DIY: Moisturizing Avocado Banana Mask

Hi lovely readers! Today post is another DIY post, special for girls who have dry skin! It's a moisturizing Cucumber Avocado Facial Cooling Mask. So let's get started!


Ingredients
1/2 chopped banana
1/2 chopped avocado
1 egg white
2 teaspoons of yoghurt

To make, combine all ingredients in a blender until they've reached a pasty consistency. Apply in circular upward motions to your face , and let sit for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water followed by cold water. This mask is super moisturizing! 
Did you know Avocados contains ton of minerals plus vitamins B and E? And honey is a humectant, it draws moisture to your skin and helps reduce inflammation? Hope this was helpfull to you!

DIY: Home made Bubble Tea

Today's post is a DIY post, how to make home made bubble tea? What is bubble tea? Bubble tea, also known as pearl tea or boba milk, is a Taiwanese tea drink that orginated from tea shops. Drink recipes may vary, but most bubble teas contain a tea mixed with fruit or fruit syrup and/or milk. Ice blended versions of the drinks , similar to slushies.  I'm gonna show you how to make a original home made bubble tea, so let's start!

You'll need: 
-Tapioca pearls, you can buy them in tea houses or asian grocery stores.
-One cup of ice
-Black tea
-One cup of milk
-Honey or sugar
Begin with making a pot with black tea, while the tea is still hot add some sugar or honey. it's better to use less than more, you can add more later if it is not sweet enough. Now let the tea cool down. 
Boil some water in a large saucepan. When the water is boiling at one cup of tapioca pearls. stir them up so they won't stick at the bodem. Let them cook for about 15 till 20 minutes. Turn off the heat and let them rest for another 15 minutes.
 Rince the tapioca pearls with cold water. They should be completly black now, but it depends on what kind of tapioca pearls you have. Add the tapioca pearls at the boddem of the glasses. After that fill it with some thee and then add one part milk and some ice in it. And you're done, enjoy your drink

DIY: Cucumber Cheesecake Whitening Mask

Hello lovelies c: I hope you guys had a wonderfull day/ morning? Today's post is a DIY mask! There are many ways to help lighten uneven skin tone but this is the most natural and convenient safe way. This mask helps whiten and brighten our skin by fading acne scars, freckles, and hyperpigmentation. 
Now let's get started!

Peel and crush a 1/2 Cucumber so it forms into a watery texture.
Next add 3 Tsp of yoghurt make sure it's plain. This contains lactic acid, Vitamin B, probiotics and calcium, not just great for your skin but also great for your body.
Add 2 Tsp of honey, honey is like liquid gold because it helps prevents bacteria from growing in your mask. Make sure your honey is organic honey. 
To thicken the mask add 1 egg white, this will find your products together. Also what egg white does is strengthen skin's own defense.
Add least add 3-4 Tsp of lemon juice.
Exfoliate 2-3 times a week before wearing the mask. Because this will be more effecting while you aplly the mask. Leave the mask on for 15-20 minutes and wash it off with warm water. 

This step is optional, it removes black heads and get glowly skin. Use tomato pulp mask and scrub 2 to 3 times a week for blackheads and get glowing skin. Let the mask sit for 15-20 minutes before rinsing with cold water. Hope this will help you, stay tuned! :bib18: :love:

Sensitive Skin Care Info

Do you have sensitive skin? Here is some skin care info to help you to deal with sensitive skin.
Sensitive skin is highly liable to get affected by dryness, redness of skin, itching and many more such things. When you skin becomes dry excessively it can result in tightness as well as soreness. The people that have such kind of skin find it difficult to take right care of the skin. However when you have such kind of skin it becomes very much essential for you to be highly careful at the time of selecting the products and for this you need to be check out for skin care info
The foremost thing that comes under skin care info for sensitive skin is that you need to highly choosy at the time you want to select skin care products to use. To help you out here is some information on the products that you need to have for dealing with sensitive skin

Cleansers are basically utilized for removing make up. This is something that needs to be mild as well as should not include soap. In case you have a skin type that leads to acne then you should select using face wash that comprises of very small amount of salicylic acid.

Toner Do you have oily sensitive skin? Well then you need to make use of toner in order to control oil content. Majority of the toners will comprise of chemicals, but then there are some of them available in the market that is organic which can be utilized. Get the toner had has hazel in its ingredients.
Scrub is basically used for exfoliation of the skin and this will help in protecting the skin pores that usually get clogged up. In case you are the ones that gets acne very soon then you should make use of scrub at least once in a week. The scrubs that comprise of harmful chemicals should be avoided. You can prefer scrubs that comprise of salicylic acid in the ingredients as this is good as well as helpful.
Moirsturizer This is one of the things that are very much essential for the skin. This is the thing that will help you to stay away from wrinkles. 
Sunscreen For sensitive kind of skin sunscreen plays a very important role in protection of the skin from the effects of exposure to the sun. It would be good to have sunscreen that comprises gel and it based on SPF 15 at least.

Ranzuki August Make up and fashion 2012 Scans

Hello lovely readers! It's a little bit late but here are a few make up and fashion scans of the japanese magazine Ranzuki. I wanted to do the whole magazine but that would take me a lot of time ,sorry!

How long does makeup last?

So, when is it time to let go of your favourite makeup products? Even though they may still be doing the same job they did on the day you opened them, makeup products do carry a sell-by date and yes, it can be found on some of the packaging, so keep an eye out for it!

We should all be aware that any makeup product, once opened is open to germs. The longer you keep it, the more chance of an infestation! It does often depend on the brand and product type, but here is a run down of how long is too long to keep your products.


Concealer -About two years but once opened you can expect your concealer be usable for about six months with every day use. The oil within concealer will start to visibly separate once it has over-aged.
Powder - Although the actual product may not last you this long, pressed and loose powder can be kept for up to eighteen months once opened. The one thing you do need to be cautious of is how you apply it to the skin. Using the same sponge for this long would obviously not be very skin friendly or foundation friendly! These should be replaced every few months.
Liquid foundation - Oil-based liquid foundation can last you up to nine months, but the same rules apply as to powder foundation, depending on your application method, always keep it clean. Water-based foundation can last for up to six months. As with concealer, a separation can be seen when you've kept the product too long.
Eye liner - An eye pencil can last for up to six to 12 months depending on how often you use it and regular sharpening will keep it clean. A retractable eye liner can last longer as it has a little more protection. But if you use them everyday they should be replaced every 3/4 months.
Lip liner - It is a similar story to eye liner. Everyday use will mean the product will have a life-span of up to 4 months.
Eyeshadow - This is the one product whoch can be kept for a couple of years and, even with everyday use, can last up to 12 months. Cream eyeshadow will only last around 10 months as it's easier for bacteria to grow in a cream.

Lipstick/Lipgloss - Lip products can last for around 2 years, but if you store your lipstick in the fridge it can last even longer! With everyday use a lipstick can last up to twelve months, although lipsticks can show their age through consistency and scent - if this happens it's time to say goodbye.
Mascara - Has a surprisingly short life-span of three to six months (depending on the brand). As soon as you open your new mascara the product begins to dry out with air exposure. And the pumping back and forth of the brush will also reduce the life-span as you are only pumping in more air and drying it our faster. Mascaras are probably the worst makeup product for encouraging the growth of bacteria.
Some Tips
Although some makeup products may not last you very long, the better you care for them the better their performance. Here are a few tips on how to care for your makeup and keep it in tip top condition while it lasts.


  • Not how it used to be - Smellwise? Lookwise? Feelwise? If so, throw it away. Chances are it has gone by its expiry date and should be disposed of straight away for the sake of you and your face!
  • Keep your products clean. Always clean your make up brushes regularly with a makeup brush cleanser.
  • Don't share. Although it's fun to get ready with friends, be wary when sharing makeup products because, as I mentioned before, they can carry germs and bacteria.  

DIY: Natural Blackhead Removal

Blackheads are a very common skin condition where oil becomes trapped in the open pores of the skin and clogs them up. It’s so common, in fact, that most people have had blackheads and will continue to get them anytime that oil clogs their skin’s pores. They can be especially frustrating because they appear as noticeable black spots on the skin, which is caused by the oil blockage in the pore becoming oxygenated and turning black. In short: if you have skin, pores and oil, and you are in any type of atmosphere where dust, dirt and bacteria can come into contact with your skin, you will experience blackheads here and there. 
1. Baking Soda & Water
Haha..nope, baking soda is not just for baking. Apparently, it’s good to “extract” blackheads without irritating the skin or enlarging the pores. By mixing equal amounts of baking soda and water, make a solution and rub it for few minutes. Now wash off with luke warm water and some of your blackheads would be removed.
2. Oatmeal Mask
Okay, you might think it’s weird but it’s good! All you to do is to mix oatmeal powder with water and apply this natural mask on your blackhead prone area. This is a very effective remedy for blackheads and checks future out break as well. I've made a blogpost about a oatmeal mask before (here)
The Results?
The first method using baking soda is more effective in removing blackheads, almost 90% are gone. The oatmeal method on the other hand, is good in reducing your pores size. Maybe you can try it out and see the results yourself.

Review: Dior 5 Couleurs Garden Edition Spring 2012

The new palette for spring doesn’t have much in the way of a description, but based on Dior’s other five-pan palettes, their eyeshadows are supposed to have rich, versatile colors that are designed for easy application and long wear. The drier consistency definitely helps these wear longer without creasing (without the aid of a primer), though I did find there was some slight fading after eight hours. The price of the palette is €56,50