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Lip & Co Product Review



Guess one of the best gifts a girl can receive is makeup items. I got my surprise gift from Lip & Co and I was over the moon! 



Lip & Co product designs are so elegant and classy that I can say it was love at first sight when I first checked their products out. I craved to own them all!

Their "Just Wing It" eyeliner is such a heart stealer as it doesn't only look elegant but it works wonder too. Being in a carbon black shade it defines my eyes amazingly.

Unlike the other eyeliners I have used, I can classify "Just  Wing It" under the easy to use eyeliner category. The felt tip applicator provides control for effortless drawing.



For those beginners who afraid to create your own gorgeous winged eyeliner can now happily use this eyeliner. The price of this love is now going for RM 29.00.

You can check the product here "Just Wing It" Eyeliner.

This innovative formula is water-resistant and long-lasting. It also washes off easily without the need
to stress the gentle skin on the lids.



Next, is the lip shades. This innovative formulation is lightweight, semi-matte and is buildable from a sheer to an intensely pigmented, velvety finish.

These luxurious formulation glides effortlessly while moisturising and nourishing the lips with the infusion of Shea Butter, Coconut Oil and Vitamin E.



The first shade is Velvet Pout Semi-matte Lipstick #01- Audacious. I love dark colours and though Audacious is red, among the red Audacious is one of the darkest.

Dark colours truly suit my skin colour and I love how this colour makes my skin to glow under the light.



The second shade is  Velvet Pout Semi-matte Lipstick  #07 - Grace. This shade is lighter and pink in colour. It acts as a natural colour.

I apply only one layer as the darker it gets the odder I look. I prefer it being very naturally so I stick with one layer of the application.



Not to forget, I do use it as blusher sometimes. Just dab the lipstick on the apples of the cheek and blend upwards. Tadaaa you get a lipstick and a cheek colour! The price of this love is now going for RM 49.00.

For more information:

You can check the product here "Just Wing It" Eyeliner


You can check the product here  " Velvet Pout" Semi-matte Lipstick  #07 - GRACE 








Aasaan ~ The Phoenix Bird


Aasaan. The first half will cringe your heart to the core and the second half will keep you captivated!

Aasaan is a movie about the sacrifices and risks a father is willing to take for his daughter. This particular movie is clearly broken down into first half and second half.

As both parts are content with a different level of energy, it will make you embark on a different journey and it gives you a completely different feel.



Aasaan's first half is about how a man loses everything that he had, goes to the lowest point in his life, emotionally and mentally burns down and rises up from the ashes.

The main reason why I prefer calling Aasaan as the phoenix bird.

Hari Dhass sir's remarkable acting in a particular scene was seriously something unexpected and it STOLE THE SHOW.

Lot's of why and what will appear in the first half. I was glad that everything was revealed at the end of the first half itself.



The second half is where Aasaan will be lifted to a totally different level. Most scenes in the second half were brilliantly thought and well planned.

Aasaan is not a movie which was done for granted. Through the screenplay, it is rather obvious that a lot of studies has been done for each scene as it involved lots of technical terms.

I am not an engineer or even a higher level maths pro yet I was able to understand the circumstances that were ruling the screen and put myself there.


I somehow felt the flow of the story was a little slow but of course the screenplay was amazing that most scenes in the second half kept me captivated.

The girl baby Lishalini who played as Maithili is definitely heart stealing. Every character played their role excellently.

Characters like Seelan who played as Sara, Sugitha who played as Madhumitha, Saresh D7 who played as Rakesh and Shashi who played as Aravinthan are the backbone of the story.

The song Pathi Nilavu composed by Ztish is another astounding and a strong component in the movie. The mesmerizing voice of Thaneer Narayan together with the violin melted me each time they played it as BGM.

Aasaan ~ Brilliant 
 


For more information: Aasaan 

Watch the trailer here:






Places That You Need to Know That it Exists in Malaysia


As I said earlier I am going to venture all out but due to the budget problem *eherm I am going to explore Malaysia first.

Malaysia is as beautiful as other ASEAN countries. I believe we should venture our own country first before we travel to a different country.

Isn't it a shame if you don't know how Langkawi beach looks like in real life though you have seen Paris with your own eyes before? *still not getting the pinch? Fine.

I am not saying you shouldn't travel to other countries. The point is we as a Malaysian we have to venture the amazing places in Malaysia before a white guy come and tell you that Sipadan Island is the best place he has been to while you have no idea where it is situated.

Here I am going to list down the places that you need to know that it exists in every state of Malaysia before you visit other countries based on 5 categories.

1. Beach (You don't have to go to Hawai to get this view!)

- Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu
Photo Credits:http://justglobetrotting.com

- Batu Feringghi, Penang
Photo Credits: http://www.wtjournal.com
- Layang-layang Island, Sabah
Photo Credits:www.journeymalaysia.com
- Port Dickson Beach, Negeri Sembilan
Photo Creditshttp://www.klia2.info/buses/bus-stop/port-dickson
- Pulau Tioman, Pahang
Photo Credits: https://www.tempatmenarik.my/pulau-tioman-tempat-menarik-di-pah

- Pulau Redang, Terengganu
Picture Credits: http://www.malaysia.travel/en/experiences/top-25-experiences/25
- Rawa Island, Johor
Picture Credits:http://www.rawaislandresort.com/
- Sipadan Island, Sabah
Pictures Credits: https://travel.bf-1.com/malaysia/sabah_malaysia/sipadan-island-new-7-wonders-of-nature
- Mabul Island, Sabah
Picture Credits: http://sabahtourism.com/destination/mabul-island
- Desaru, Johor
Picture Credits: Desaru beach, Johor


Magnificent sight with white sand, crystal-clear water, greenery view. What else do you want?Whatever I have described for Langkawi can be seen in Pulau Perhentian as well. Such promising view somewhere close to home country will definitely make you save a lot of money. You don't have to go Hawai to see these. Though the water in Batu Feringghi and in Port Dickson is not crystal-clear like the beaches in Langkawi the beaches are safe to swim and it gives a full satisfaction like how it is abroad.

2. Sight of culture

Armenian Street, Penang

Picture Credits: http://www.awesomepenang.com/home/beautiful-lanterns-at-armenian-street-george-town-penang/

- Melaka Street, Melaka

Picture Credits: http://iihg.blogspot.my/2015/09/melaka-street-map.html

- Jonker Street, Melaka

Picture Credits:https://thefemalevagrant.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/meandering-around-melaka/

- Malacca Sultanate Palace

Picture Credits:http://travelguide.easybook.com/destinations/melaka-sultanate-palace/

- Seri Menanti Old Palace

Picture Credits: https://tennysonlee.com/2012/03/04/seri-menanti-old-palace/
- Central Market, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: https://theculturetrip.com/asia/malaysia/articles/malaysia-s-most-beautiful-places-to-visit-must-see-destinations/

- Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Penang

Picture Credits: https://www.audleytravel.com/ie/malaysia/accommodation/blue-mansion
-  Istana Negara, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: http://hooliganshield.blogspot.my/2015/03/komplek-istana-negara-kuala-lumpur.html
-Kota A Famosa, Melaka 

Picture Credits: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kinfriend/2532936809/lightbox/
The town in these place still inherits all the old buildings which are screaming out loud the culture of ours the Malaysians. Though it is old it is being admired by those who travel to Malaysia. Do we know why these people coming all the way from their country to see these old buildings and structures? It's time to find out!

3. Mountains In Malaysia 

- Gunung Kinabalu, Sabah

Picture Credits: https://touaregadventure.com/pendakian-gunung-kinabalu/

- Gunung Nuang, Selangor
Picture credits: https://www.flickr.com/photos/woonch/14588941147

- Gunung Yong Belar, Kelantan
Picture Credits: http://mymountainadventures.blogspot.my/2008/07/g10-mountains-of-malaysia-top-10.html

- Gunung Gayong, Perak
Picture Credits: https://www.thrillophilia.com/destinations/langkawi/places-to-visit

- Gunung Tahan, Pahang

Picture Credits: http://www.tamannegaratravel.com/gunung-tahan/

- Gunung Chamah, Kelantan

Picture Credits: http://danlowal.blogspot.my/2008/01/gunung-chamah-2171m.html
- Gunung Mulu, Sarawak

Picture Credits: http://uth133011.blogspot.my/2014/06/attraction-places-at-sarawak.html
- Gunung Gading National Park, Sarawak

Picture Credits: http://www.theborneopost.com/2017/02/07/rafflesia-tuan-mudae-blooming-at-gunung-gading-national-park/
Have you seen a Rafflesia or Periuk Kera with your own eyes before? Gunung Gading National Park is where Rafflesia grows apparently. Most of these mountains take at least 4 to 5 days to reach the highest peak. Some you can only climb with the guidance from the local. Ready to take the challenge?

4. Breath Taking Temples

- Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang

Picture Credits: http://www.malaysiaattraction.com/kek-lok-si-the-majestic-temple-of-penang
- Malacca Straits Mosque, Melaka

Picture Credits: https://wall.alphacoders.com/big.php?i=394488
- Batu Cave Temple, Kuala Lumpur

Picture credits: http://www.crappyblogger.com/2017/02/guess-how-batu-caves-in-kuala-lumpur.html

- Christ Church Melaka
Picture Credits: http://www.worldheritage.com.my/blog/tag/christ-church-melaka/

- Sultan Salahuddin Mosque (Blue Mosque), Selangor

Picture Credits: https://www.flickr.com/photos/hafizismail/8959952144


- Kota Kinabalu Bandaraya Mosque, Sabah

Picture Credits:  https://www.flickr.com/photos/djsitaun/6047569341

- Thean Hou Temple, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: http://venue.myceb.com.my/venue/thean-hou-temple

- Federal Territory Mosque, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: https://www.havehalalwilltravel.com/blog/my/9-beautiful-mosques-in-kl-you-have-to-visit-especially-during-ramadan/

- Crystal Mosque, Terengganu

Picture Credits: http://www.wtjournal.com/masjid-kristal-crystal-mosque-kuala-terengganu-malaysia/


-  Khoo Kongsi, Penang

Picture Credits: http://www.khookongsi.com.my/

Malaysia is rich with culture. That is something which nobody can ever deny looking at the food choices we have here in Malaysia. Most of these places are breathtaking and some of you will even spend hours admiring each and every artwork at these spiritual building.


5. Architecture? Did you say " London eye?" We have Eye on Malaysia for you.

- Eye on Malaysia, Tasik Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: http://www.everything-kuala-lumpur.com/Eye-On-Malaysia.html

- Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: http://www.petronastwintowers.com.my/

- Sultan Abdul Samad Said Building, Kuala Lumpur

Picture Credits: https://townske.com/place/35661/sultan-abdul-samad-building

- Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak (Kuching)

Picture Credits:http://shooxphotogallery.blogspot.my/2012/05/new-sarawak-state-legislative-assembly.html

- Kellie's Castle, Perak

Pictures Credits: https://www.kuaby.com/kellies-castle/

To be honest, the list will keep going if I keep listing. As a traveller, we need two things very badly. A cheap and a very trustworthy travelling website!!

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So what are the places that I have missed? Dear Malaysians do feel free to add to the list of the places that you have been to and you feel like another Malaysian or even the tourist should witness the sight of it with their own eyes on the comment box.



I can't wait to travel now!