It is only until July 13th. 3 weeks on a break. It is not because I lack the passion to draw this comic, it’s upon my realization that there are not so many readers really wants to have a look into it. Thus, I shall put it on hold until I can come up with a new type of genre that everyone loves – romance.
The truth is, I have a mixed feeling to do this. I know it’s a tad bit late for me to turn back time but I know this is for the best. I have to do it one at a time and think this over many times because taking it all in because it is not good for my mental health.
It gives me so much of anxiety and no, I refuse to give it all in when I know there’s a better way to do this. I should’ve done the research about the popular genre on Webtoon that people would like to read. I didn’t know it is romance. Therefore I focus more on finishing the main comic I abandoned many years before. I missed illustrating my old blog with funny strips perhaps that was the biggest reason I did All The Small Thing comic on the first place. Sigh.
Fret not, my faithful ATST subscribers, I’ll update you guys whenever I feel ready to draw the strip again. So enjoy this last but not least my #7 All The Small Things comic – Childhood. Read here.
If you don’t see my drawing there maybe just maybe you see them here 😉 Until next time. Stay safe lovelies!
One word is already enough to create the buzz amongst Bruneian. Yes, the other district in Brunei Darussalam that famous for its beautiful reserved tropical rainforest and its popular Malay local foods: Wajid Jawa, Cendol Temburong and last but not least, their local giant freshwater prawn or what we called it Udang Galah.
Since the Temburong bridge is open until 10 pm it is accessible for the people to be able to go there and I feel so grateful I could experience passing the 22km long bridge which takes about 20 minutes to go to the other side when my family kind of ‘stranded’ in our own country in the midst of this pandemic.
I almost forgot the new craze menu the Temburong people manage to create from Udang Galah–it’s the Burger Udang Galah. If you don’t mind waiting in queue for hours just to get this burger, for BND3 it is worth to try once in your life.
I also have the chance to see some improvement done by the government for the place especially at the public areas like this one image below.
It isn’t officially opened to the public yet. However, I am excited about what else they want to do with this place in the coming few weeks. What I know at the moment phase 2 is under construction. Phase 2 is building a waterfront. I can’t wait to see it. Although we can’t go to Miri or Limbang– two of Malaysia’s small towns that close to Brunei’s border due to the Covid-19 restrictions, at least we get to see a new place inside our country that worth for a visit.
I’m a woman that loves to wear light makeup. My recently go-to makeup is just my Maybelline Superstay Lip Matte, primer and compact powder from the same brand. That’s it. These are the things I applied to cover my flaws and to make myself a little decent whenever I go out. Simple? You can say that. I don’t like wearing heavy makeup. The only time that I have to wear the heaviest is when there’s a wedding function to attend or during Eid festive.
However, I just don’t stick to one product. Unless they make me look super cute XD Especially, the lip wear; I like to try new things. If I see the color suits me, I won’t think twice to buy it. I’d give a bonus point if the colour stays longer and won’t dry out my lips. Hence, I bought some product to try. See my previous purchased here.
So on today’s post I’d like to review my first impression on Wanna Some Candy Lip Tint Balm #Guava from MISSHA. They have 5 colors to choose from:
01 Good morning apple – vivid red color + sweet apple scent 02 Berry awesome – MLBB rose color + sweet strawberry scent 03 How guava – trendy pink color + energetic guava scent 04 Orange – hot orange color + sweet citrus scent 05 Don’t peach me – romantic coral color + sweet peach scent
Fruit tint balm sweet like a candy with soft melting
Glass shine reflecting on mirror for glossy lips look.
One touch gives full color evenly on the lips
Cupuasu seed butter, mango seed butter, hyaluronic acid gives dry lips moisture like a lip balm.
Fruity scent fruit tint balm
For the colour, I chose Guava, just because it looks natural to me; not too vibrant, not too nude. So from the first impression when I opened the plastic package, I realize the name doesn’t matches with the one from the advert. Instead of How Guava, the cap says Guava. For a minute, I was confused with what I see. I mean, it could’ve been could be from a different collection or the seller gave me the wrong order. But I went with my good intuition that maybe Guava is also called How Guava.
Then when opened the lip balm’s cap, I’m surprised to see lip balm’s hexagonal tip. I don’t remember if I possessed any lip wear that has a tip like this let alone from basic wear like a lip balm. I feel so fancy 🙂
However, that’s early for me to judge. I still need to try it on my lips. The advert says that I could try the gradiation technique. Since I look ugly (look like a fat zombie if I try that technique) I skipped it and fully applied it on my lips. It glides nicely and evenly. The color as you can see here are so pretty and vivid. I look lively and fresh. I noticed it creates a glassy look on my lips which the look is still new to me and I could whiff a little hint of guava scent when I wore it.
Also, the nice thing about this lip balm, I guess because it’s a balm (duh), my lips still feel moist even after I wiped it off. I always hate the feeling of chappy dry lips after wiping off any lipstick but with this one I didn’t experience it once.
Any cons? It’s not long-lasting. It tinted your lips but it won’t stain your lips after a few hours, not even an hour. It is also transferable and for the price, BND15 is a little pricy. I just like the colour!
I only recommend this lip balm if you only looking for a quick on-the-go wearing. It fits for everyday use. And I will choose this over any lip balm, still. Hehe.