Its quite depressing to mention this, but I have to admit my skin is shit. Maybe I just get some bad genes from my
Dad HAHA. I tend to have oily skin and occasionally get acne bursts. So after endless years (maybe months)
of finding the right products that suit my skin best, here they are!
So first of all, the 1 Glam Glow Supermud Mask. I've just recently discovered this and its great! After usage,
bumps just magically disappear! Plus, it gets rid of your blackheads too. Now, even my sister uses it! I usually
use this once every week (10-15 minutes then rinse off).
Next, I use the 2 Citrus Facial Wash from Perricone MD. This cleanser suits me super well because it helps
get rid of your oil super well and also targets acne prone skin. Plus, its the best smelling cleanser i've came
across so far!
Then, depending on the weather, I might use the 3 Oil Control Solution from Lab Series Men to keep my skin
matte during the day.
After that, I use the super 4 Le Jour de Chanel to keep my skin looking energised after little sleep - from too much
homework :(. This brightensup your complexion!
Then off to getting rid of those eye bags/black eye circles, with 5 Kyoku for Men Eye Fuel! This product
has two compartments, one gel, and the other lotion, use these both together to achieve a 'less sleepy' look.
Finally, moisturising. As you know, with oily skin, its best to find a moisturiser that isn't too rich. So thats
why I chose the 6 Oil Control Lotion from Kyoku for Men. Its great and it uses traditional Japanese medicinal
So hopefully you enjoyed reading this and just remember to drink more water to keep yourself hydrated!
Photos above taken from style.com and used to make my layout
Fashion week is back! I'm ever so excited for this season and see what designers I already love come up with!
On top of that, I'm hoping to see more new, innovative designers as well. I'm sure there's great potential for all of
So to kick it off, Pierre Balmain. Once I saw this on style.com, I just absolutely fell in love with this prominent
grunge-punk aesthetic! Firstly, lets talk about the looks. The overall monochromatic collection consists of basics
that has a sort of edge/punk feel to it. Who knew basic garments made in a rough and ragged way looked so
good? The mens tank top with stretched armholes looks great! Especially the zip detailing on the side hems! I
can't wait till next season and sneak in a purchase! Being my skinny self, I'd personally wear a top like that over
another basic/a printed shirt to give it more texture. The ripped up sweatshirt looks great too! Personally,
I'm not a fan of purposely 'made to tear' pieces, but this gives the collection a 'rebel' side. For menswear,
most of the looks were paired with a classic Balmain jean, black leather boots and of course, a studded belt. On the
other hand, womenswear had a bit more polish to it, with a stunning cropped white turtleneck top.
Moving on to beauty, I just love the wet haired look for the girls! It just helps to reinforce the 'punk' theme that