Leave The Boy Alone
What’s up, homeslice? How’s December treating you all? :) First of all, I want to apologize for the lack of updates. I just couldn’t find the heart to write something, especially with Typhoon Haiyan hitting my home country. Plus, I’ve been spending a lot of time reading and going out of the house on weekends.
I do have a couple of entries lined up for you, including a bad ass giveaway. But let’s start the month of giving with a mid-outfit post (ano daw? HAHA Segway ang Queen of Selfies!).
Snapback, the urban slang for baseball caps, is back in trend. Well, it was a few months ago. The most notable hat this season is the Boy London cap, the I’m one I’m wearing on the photo. Mine is obviously a knock-off because it’s obviously cheaper. Hehehe.
But did you know that back in high school, I used to “borrow” my grandfather’s collection of snapback hats? Yep. I was into hip-hop (and this cool xls2000 at musicians friend!) back then. Would you believe?
How about you? What were you ‘into’ when you were in high school?
Are you satisfied with your current style or already bored with your wardrobe and want to change it? Of course, it is impossible to change in one minute, but you can use some good steps and advices which will lead you in the right direction.
Bobbi Brown Holiday Collection 2013: Old Hollywood
I was invited to the attend the preview launch of Bobbi Brown’s Holiday 2013 Collection last month and I profusely apologize for not blogging about it sooner. But you know what they say: better late than never!
I’m sure that you’ve all heard about Bobbi Brown, a cosmetic brand exclusively made by the make-up artist of the same name. But what sets Bobbi Brown Cosmetics apart from other brands is that they focus more on teaching women how to look and feel like themselves, only prettier and more confident.
How You Can Help The Philippines
Typhoon Yolanda (International code name: Haiyan), the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded, has hit and left my home country—specifically the Visayan province—with total devastation. My country receives more than 20 storms a year but it has never been this dire.
Based from the news I’ve read and my friends have told me, the City of Tacloban and nearby areas is like a setting in a zombie apocalypse movie. There’s no electricity, water, communications and even food to go around. A lot of the victims have been starving for 3-4 days because it’s too difficult to send relief goods, and many had to resort to looting. Many people are still missing and dead bodies are scattered everywhere. It’s just too heartbreaking.