Monday, October 12, 2015

Sponsored : Happy Bath Spa With YOKO

A few weeks back, I received this lovely package for Natta Cosme latest blogging campaign.

This time I get to experience a Happy Bath Spa at Home with these lovely products from YOKO.I was quite excited as I'd tried out a few YOKO products before and I was quite satisfied with the results.

A vintage looking pamplet on how to use these products was also included in the box.

Contains Spring Sea Water, Collagen, Hyaluron, Shea Butter & Vitamin B3. Refreshes skin and keeps skin fresh, hydrate and healthy looking when used regularly

This body serum has a lighter texture than body lotion. It feels very light and absorbs easily on my skin, without any sticky and heavy feeling. It has a distinctive scent which reminds me a lot of aquatic cologne, if you love aquatic fragrances, you're going to love the scent of this body serum.

I applied this after shower and it really does works in keeping my skin soft and hydrated, especially when I'm in an air-conditioned room which usually made my skin dry. I'd noticed less dryness especially on my legs which usually tend to be a bit dry and flaky.

The nourishing benefits of Hokkaido milk and glutathione will bring out a new radiant and healthy look that are soft and smooth to the touch.

The 1st thing I noticed about this body serum is the scent. Oh my, this is a really lovely scent, it has a floral powdery scent that reminds me a lot of vintage perfumes. This is a very unique scent and the floral powdery scent lingers for quite a while on my skin.

I applied this every morning after shower and I love how easily this body serum absorbs on my skin, I didn't have to wait long for it to dry and it doesn't leave any sticky-ness on me. Another plus point is this serum comes with UV protection, so it's perfect for use during the day. Not only does it keeps my skin smooth and smelling nice, it also has the benefit of sun protection for my skin.

Yoko Milky Shower Cream is a beauty nutrition specially formulated for the skin with selection of quality ingredients that contain beneficial moisturizing vitamins to allow deep moisturizing into skin. With Milk Protein Vitamin B3 and Yeast Extract, the skin becomes beautiful, supple and naturally white.

Yoko Milky Shower Cream has a milky runny texture that lathers easily. Scent wise it doesn't really smell anything unique, but performance wise this is a really good shower cream, especially if you have dry skin. This shower cream really works in cleaning off all the grimes and at the same time keeping my skin well moisturized. Usually after shower, my skin feels a little bit dry if I didn't apply my body serum within minutes. But with this product, I can even skip my body serum for a few hours and my skin won't even feel dry at all.

Overall, these 3 products are really worth a try. If you're in need of a little TLC at home, do check out these great Yoko products from Natta Cosme !

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Otafuse 2015 - Day 2 Cosplay

For Otafuse Day 2, me and Irene decided to cosplay as Megurine Luka from Sandplay of the singing dragon and Gumi from Megloid. I'd never had pink hair before, so this is quite exciting for me, lolz.

Irene looks great with green hair and cat-like green eyes. She'd done a great job in modifying her white dress, love love the detailing and the poufy-ness on the bottom of her dress.

Here's some of the cosplayers that we managed to get a pic of during that day.

We managed to meet up with Farah, another close friend of Irene who is super friendly and adorable. After taking tons of photos, hehehe, we decided we had enough fun for the day and left early for lunch.

Overall, it was a fun experience and I find the time and energy we spend preparing for Otafuse as super worthwhile. Thanks to my best friend Irene for making me a part of this! XOXO

Otafuse 2015 - Day 1 Cosplay

Back in 2011, my best friend Irene took me to a cosplay event called Otafuse. It was a fun filled event and we were excited to see people dressing up as their favourite anime, game, comic books characters.  We then decided we wanted to cosplay as Yuna & Lenne from Final Fantasy X2, but the plan didn't come through, until.....

Tada......3 ½ years later. Well, better later than never, lolz.

Our costume were made entirely by Irene, who is really great in sewing costume. Her sewing skill has definitely improved over the years, our costume fits really well and she managed to do some last minute alteration on mine due to me losing some extra weight, lolz.

So, we get to pretend to be songstress for the day. We really love our mic, thanks to my little bro for helping us out in modifying them.

By the time we took this pic, Irene's blue Yuna earring had gone missing, we went looking for it but unfortunately it was nowhere to be found. I'm guessing someone accidentally kicked it to a corner, lolz. Oh well.....

Here's a few pics of some really cool looking cosplayer

I finally met Macoto, a friend of Irene's who's super funny and as crazy as me and Irene, lolz.

We went early and didn't stay too long at the event, as it was getting quite crowded. My best friend Tam brought along her mom, Chloe and Cayla, after taking a few pics, we left for lunch as Chloe and Cayla were getting a bit overwhelmed by the crowds, lolz.

Well, that's all for day 1 : )