Review of Rouge G lipstick by Guerlain
I got this lipstick at Debenhams! It was soooooo pretty i couldn’t resist. And then the promoter whispered to me ( I don’t know why she did but probably not to upset other brand promoters hahaha) :” Guerlain invented lipsticks. Especially, this lipstick is just to-die-for, the texture is so smooth and it moisturizes your lips”
AND OMG, she is right. Like during winter, my lips are always I SAID ALWAYS chapped and i always forgot to apply lip balm. So i tried the lipstick on and holy mother of god, MY LIPS ARE SO SMOOTH/MOISTURIZED and the color is amazing! :) it’s this pink-orange shade. gorgeous. love!!!!! :) and guess what, after 2 days, my lips still feel very nice!!!! weeeeeee
A definite must-buy
it’s that time of the year again
MIT early action trends
Man, I am not looking forward to applying to med schools, and looking at the stats…..
man, i haven’t blogged for ages!!!
BUT I HAVE A VERY BIG PLAN BLOGGING WISE…. SO WAIT FOR ME! IT’S STILL IN THE PREPARATION STAGE!!!!!!!!!!!
Anyway, sneak peek of traveling during michaelmas break with my mommy and friends
in camden, a very artsy area of london
double decker for u :)
Me and mommy in front of kings college in cambridge
St John’s cambridge
I have been asking myself so much lately: why is it taking me so long to fit into the new environment here in Cambridge
I feel really tired, emotionally: as if the traveller in me needs a little break
I don’t know whether people are not letting me in, or whether i am blocking them. Somehow i have a feeling it’s the later. which is not good i suppose.
I talked to some old friends today and that felt good.
Goal of next week: figuring out why I am so “not myself” lately, figure out what I want to achieve here in Cambridge
i am currently fascinated with ramen check out this blog!
and i am craving for some salmon sashimi
beautiful ramen photo… I think ramen is such an art. :) thank you ramenadventures
So… I am currently living a new life. new friends, new types of food, new classes, new education system, new sleeping pattern, new appreciation for tea-time…
From my experience living abroad, for almost 8 years now, I believe it takes about a year, or may be even 2 years to completely integrate an individual into a new living environment
Like, you may be hanging out with people all the time. sure. But to be truly happy and to be feeling at home, that takes a lot more than a few weeks, or a few months
And I am only here in cambridge for 1 year. So i gotta speed up the process.
But I am currently in the homesick period
I miss MIT: I miss my friends, my SUPER INTENSE classes when i regularly have to pull all-nighters, my ballroom dance teammates, the occasional screaming and hugging when i see my gal pals.
I miss my parents: who cook me SUPER AWESOME FOOD and tell me that everything is going to be okay
I think we should move on to something more cheerful
LIKE MY NEW ROOM
i call this my writer’s desk. It’s such an old-school british desk. The view outside my window is pretty nice. Me likey.
Okay this is one thing I don’t get. WHYYYYYYY ISSSSSS THEEEEEE BEDDDDD SOOOO TINYYYYY? I mean english
teenagers young adults are NOT THAT SMALL!
The whole thang!!!!!
Okay, peace out y’all. I don’t have a camera now so no pretty pictures of cambridge yet. sad face. soon.soon
Talking about the power of photo-editing. Don’t i look dreamy after 2 minutes of photo-editing on my ipod?