Thursday, April 28, 2016

Missha 4D Mascara | First Impression



I used to think that mascaras can still be worn even after six months but some beauty gurus say that a mascara becomes stiff and dry after three months. That said, it's not a good idea to buy an expensive mascara if you can't use it for a longer shelf life. I found this inexpensive 4D mascara from Missha through Althea Korea and boy was I impressed with how it worked well on me. 

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

10 Beauty Hacks A Girl Must Know



I'm sure that every makeup enthusiast like me has pieces of beauty hacks (or even more) handy to utilize when the need arises. These beauty hacks that we know are something that we love sharing with our girlfriends or BAEs. I think my passion for reading and exploring things helped me big time in leveling up my hacking ability when it comes to skin care and everything in the beauty sphere.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Witch's Pouch Selfie Perfect Eyebrow | First Impression



One of the three items in my first Althea box purchase ever is this - Witch's Pouch Selfie Perfect Eyebrow. Why did I choose this? First, it's affordable which got me thinking that it might be too good to be true. Second, its being double ended brow kit made me consider about its practicality. Lastly, I'm the type of a blogger who continues my quest on different eyebrow products so might as well try this out since editor's pick siya.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Service Review: Althea Korea Ph



I'm thrilled to bring you my first service review for this year. As most of us know, Althea Korea has already reached Filipino Beauty Market. It is indeed surprising to note that the Philippine cosmetic industry has been immovably booming for the past decade. Before I carry on with my full review on Althea Korea's service, let me reiterate to you that this is not sponsored and a non-beta-tester review

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Improve Your Online Shopping Experience With BPI My ePrepaid Card


I didn't hesitate to get myself a prepaid card when BPI launched its first re-loadable card a few years ago. It works almost the same as credit and debit card but it's prepaid, hence, the product's name. I chose my ePrepaid card over a credit card for three apparent reasons:
  1. I don't want to incur hidden charges and be overcharged!
  2. I can easily set my shopping limits since I used to be an impulsive shopper.
  3. I cringe at the idea of using other company's money rather than my own because it psychologically pushes me to bite off more than I can chew (which elaborates # 2).

Friday, April 1, 2016

Rundown: 18 Mobile Apps You Might Need (part two)


It is really difficult to emancipate ourselves from technology. The more it gets advanced periodically, the more we become so dependent on it. Looking back at the past, we would just get by a day through reading our favorite comic books or novels, watching our favorite soaps while having a quick chat with our family members after a long day. Before, having an old school cellular phone is just for people who were always on the go. But looking at us now, our reliance to technology is apparent and even myself cannot break away from digital slavery. There are times that our internet service provider would experience server downtime and we'd feel a sudden detachment from the cyber world.


What we mostly see are the perks we get from utilizing technology but we hardly see its disadvantages. I won't talking about its cons right now, instead, I will be sharing with you several mobile apps I find useful and helpful in my daily activities. However, I will be dividing this post into two parts so it won't get too tedious for us both. So, what's in my phone? I'm not certain if this will interest you or if you prefer the apps I will be featuring at all. I'd be delighted to share what I frequently use anyway. Albeit, what I will be doing a rundown on are the mobile apps that I personally go for and that offer straightforward operation in my opinion. I do not in any way state that the apps that I support are the best.
- See more at: http://raveandview.blogspot.com/2016/03/rundown-17-mobile-apps-we-need-part-one.html#more
It is really difficult to emancipate ourselves from technology. The more it gets advanced periodically, the more we become so dependent on it. Looking back at the past, we would just get by a day through reading our favorite comic books or novels, watching our favorite soaps while having a quick chat with our family members after a long day. Before, having an old school cellular phone is just for people who were always on the go. But looking at us now, our reliance to technology is apparent and even myself cannot break away from digital slavery. There are times that our internet service provider would experience server downtime and we'd feel a sudden detachment from the cyber world.


What we mostly see are the perks we get from utilizing technology but we hardly see its disadvantages. I won't talking about its cons right now, instead, I will be sharing with you several mobile apps I find useful and helpful in my daily activities. However, I will be dividing this post into two parts so it won't get too tedious for us both. So, what's in my phone? I'm not certain if this will interest you or if you prefer the apps I will be featuring at all. I'd be delighted to share what I frequently use anyway. Albeit, what I will be doing a rundown on are the mobile apps that I personally go for and that offer straightforward operation in my opinion. I do not in any way state that the apps that I support are the best.
- See more at: http://raveandview.blogspot.com/2016/03/rundown-17-mobile-apps-we-need-part-one.html#more

As promised, here's the second part of my rundown on mobile apps I find useful and entertaining at the same time. In the first part, I featured two unheard-of yet promising apps like Peach and Viddsee and it received a great amount of response from those who already read the rundown. I categorized Viddsee as one of the unheard-of apps (although it's not totally new to others) because it seems that this app is still in the underground level in comparison to Youtube, Vimeo and Daily Motion. I like how this app sounds raw to others and I'm all praises because I can't get enough of my fondness of it. This time, let me bring to you my favorite social media apps and learn more why they are beneficial to me in terms of freelancing.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Rundown: 18 Mobile Apps You Might Need (part one)


Disclaimer: This post is not in anyway sponsored.

It is really difficult to emancipate ourselves from technology. The more it gets advanced periodically, the more we become so dependent on it. Looking back at the past, we would just get by a day through reading our favorite comic books or novels, watching our favorite soaps while having a quick chat with our family members after a long day. Before, having an old school cellular phone is just for people who were always on the go. But looking at us now, our reliance to technology is apparent and even myself cannot break away from digital slavery. There are times that our internet service provider would experience server downtime and we'd feel a sudden detachment from the cyber world.

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