Category: vlog

VLOG: Urban Decay Kuala Lumpur Launch Party

Hello lovelies,

Urban Decay Cosmetics​ has just opened its first ever flagship store in Malaysia at Suria KLCC. They were having a fabulous launch party last week at Phuture @ Zouk KL.

I was so excited that I won the party’s entrance ticket via Urban Decay FB contest. I have always love Urban Decay’s products and to be able to check out Zouk newly built and revamped clubs is nice too.

Here is my VLOG of the night. Do watch till the end so you can see what I’ve got in my swag bag. (Super duper excited!)

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My Skin Confidence Story with Cetaphil

Hello lovelies…

I have been working on this project for the last 2 weeks. Previously I have shared about The Cetaphil Experience contest.  The contest already ended but I have been selected to be in the running for the Grand Prize: a 3D2N Trip to luxurious spa hotel The Farm, San Benito in Philippines. For the final run, we are required to send in a video talking on why Cetaphil should pick us as the winner.

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Vlog 2015: Bangkok Trip (Intercontinental Hotel, Calypso Show, Asiatique and Chatuchak Market)

Here is my vlog on a super short trip to Bangkok for a conference.

I stayed in a really nice hotel: Intercontinental Hotel, you can see the Standard Room tour.
I have also included a little peek on Calypso show at Asiatique and a day at Chatuchak Market.

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VLOG: Maybelline 100 Years Celebration, Makeup Tips from Steven Sunny

Hello lovelies,

Maybelline is celebrating their 100th years anniversary. How exciting!!!

I am sure every girl has heard about this brand, right? They are colourful, have great quality, and yet affordable. Maybelline has always been one of a staple in my makeup collection. Personally I love their mascara and eyeliner.

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VLOG: Tuna Auction at Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo – April 2015

Hello lovelies…

I went to Japan for the first time ever and I managed to vlog my experience witness the world-famous tuna auction in Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.

It is definitely one of challenging task I ever done, waking up at 2.45am just to arrive at Tsukiji around 3.20am and already the quota is nearly full. Only 120 tourists are allowed every morning to be part of this iconic Tokyo fishery culture.

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