Makeup for me is not so much to look prettier, but rather, to look younger. Hence, part of the process involves concealing. To tell you the truth, I didn’t pay much attention to concealing my under-eye dark circles until recent years. But as soon as I did, I realized the amazing effect it had. It helped me to look more awake and much fresher! At least I no longer have the problem of people remarking that I constantly look tired.
An irritating and somewhat ugly milia seed has grown on my right eyelid and it was such an eyesore. Was, because I finally had it removed yesterday. Before I share with you how I got rid of it, let me first discuss what is a milia seed and how I got one growing my eyelid. More importantly, I’ll also discuss how we can possibly prevent milia seeds from growing around our eye area.
I’m hopeless with eyeliner application. Lucky thing I have quite a big pair of eyes so I can do without it most of the time. But I could certainly do with a proper lesson and the basic eyeliner tutorial with pencil, cream/gel or liquid made recently by blogger Michelle Phan is just excellent.
The girl emphasizes the importance of using smaller strokes for a better line quality whatever the type of eyeliner used. This allows better control in terms of the thickness of the application and minimizes possibilities of making mistakes.
Gigi Lai (黎姿), a popular Hong Kong artiste is the ambassador for Bio-Essence, a full range of skincare products from Singapore based L.D. Waxson. You may have seen her recent commercial endorsing Bio-Essence 24K Bio-Gold Eye Care Twin Treasures which promises to double the effects of lifting eye bags and droopy lids through the traditional use of gold in skincare, combined with ingredients Bio Energy Fluid and Bio Rice Fermentation Essence.