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Girl Online by Zoella Sugg

Sunday, March 27, 2016

  Assalamualaikum and hello lovelies x

I know I'm a bit late for this whole Zoella books and all but I wanted to focus on my examinations last year So I cut a few books to read and ended up reading later. Yesterday, my family and I went to the mall and my heart cheers when my dad said 'let's go to the bookstore' and I quickly agreed to that. I strain myself from buying lots of books because seriously guys, I have a few books at home left unread and cover in dust. But of course as a book lover, I was tempting to buy that one book that I've been wishing since it was released which is the Girl Online by my one of my favourite youtuber, Zoella Sugg! ♡

 I started reading it around evening yesterday and just ended the last chapter(including the sneak peak of the second book) a few minutes ago. So what's my point of view of this book? Well, I'm not going to give you guys any spoiler or anything okay.

When I first introduced to Penny, her character pretty much reminds me of Zoella which she suffers from panic attacks, blog constantly and lives in Brighton. The Noah character shows up when she traveled to New York and the way the character described totally reminded me of Andy Biersack. I don't know why but maybe because of the rockish side of him resembles Andy's look and his face structure. For me, it was really a straight forward story until I encountered the climax of it which I won't tell you guys of course. Hehe. Go read it.

What I love about the story is the romance between Penny and Noah that literally made me squealed everytime they were together and this book will teach you how to overcome your fear and anxiety too like how Penny overcomes it and it was a great lesson for anyone who suffers something similar like that. Overall, I can't wait to go to my local bookstores to buy the sequel! Horrayyy for me finishing this book for only a day!

If you guys want a imperfect fairytale story with a little twist, here a book for you. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. Good job Zoella, you never failed to impress me as usual. :)

Now, what book should I read next? Hmmm.


fashion

Recycled Hijab

Saturday, March 26, 2016




     Assalamualaikum and hello lovelies! I want to ask you guys something, do you ever heard of fabric that was made of recycled bottles? I know that maybe places outside Malaysia are common 'bout that but in Malaysia, it is still unfamiliar and hard to look for. 3/4 years ago, I was introduced by my mom of this brand called Waste2Wear that promotes textile made from plastic bottles and their company goal is to 'one day run out of bottles that need to be cleaned up'! Well I first attracted to this brand because they released a Recycled Hijab. Who wouldn't want to wear something that made of bottles? (I know, that's weird)

The Recycled Hijab only available in 3 colours which are Violet Tulip, Placid Blue and Hemlock and I think I wear Placid Blue and Violet Tulip the most compare to Hemlock since I don't really have matching clothes to that colour. The fabrics are soft chiffon but they tend to slips sometimes as they are kind of slippery but I like it just the way they are. I really like the choice of colours for their first 3 scarves though! Maybe because I really like soft colours as they will match with my cold tone clothes.

When I bought it in 2014, I was a bit disagree how those 3 scarves were retail at RM150 and when we already reached 2016 now, I was like these are actually a standard price that I can find now since all the good quality scarves priced at minimum RM60+ like wow, that are my daily wear so please sell it cheaper. *sob sob* But it's okay, good quality means a lot of kching kching *cash register sounds* But at least, we spend our money to make our environment looks a lot better!

You can purchase Green Hijab at Lazada and GemFive ♡

Do you have any recycled clothes at home?

random

Cool Phone Cases To Find

Thursday, March 17, 2016


      Assalamualaikum and hello lovelies! As you all don't know, sometimes I'm literally obsessed with phone cases. I mean, not overly obsessed but I like to look at the pretty designs and the material first before buying it. Sometimes, I just like to touch it and eye-ing on them without buying it. That's called window shopping huhuhu. So, I will list out some of my wishlist and maybe give you all inspirations or idea to buy a phone case or diy-ing yourself.


1.  Just In Case
My phone case is from this brand and it is a malaysian based brand. (Yay for local product!) The range is between about 50-90 ringgits so you can either pick a cheaper alternative or choose a more high quality but you got to pay more consider of the good quality. So, pick your choice. I first discovered this brand at Bangsar Village where they have a kiosk there and that was the first time I bought a case because I was haunting a good cute case and at the same protects my phone. It cost me RM59 and there are not many options consider it is a kiosk. You should check this out because it has very many cute designs! It also ships internationally.


2. Wallflower
I think the cases are affordable because they are retail in RM39 and fill with sorts of cute designs! I love the ombre cases they offer and I think the cases are available for iphone only. I only discovered this brand after I bought Just In Case and I quite bumped because Wallflower also has pretty designs and they are cheaper but oh well, I love my case though.



3. Typo
Typo is sister brand to Cotton On and they sell home appliances and room accessories but don't forget that they also have many collections of cases that you can get. I describes Typo as my guilty pleasure because they have many things that I want to buy but the prices are killing me. I'm going totally broke if I shop at Typo. But surprisingly their cases price are a bit similar to Wallflower that range between RM30+ maybe. I never buy any cases there because I'm afraid that I'll buy other things in there too. I am a weak person when it comes to cute things. 



4. Twinkle by Elfira
If you are not interested in minimalistic or cool designs yet you want some pop of colours and unique draws on it? Twinkle by Elfira got your back! I'm not a fan of busy designs but sometimes I like to look at Twinkle's designs because they are unique in their own way. I don't actually know the prices of these cases because I couldn't find it in their instagram but if you are interested in their cases, mind checking their Instagram! 



5. DIY!
Don't want to spend any money and just want to use things at your home instead? DIY then! I mean what any cheaper ways than do it yourself? I saw a lot of creative ways to create phone case on youtube or pinterest! This way, you can create exactly what you want for your phone. You can check it out here and here for easy options.

So, which one?

*All of the pictures above are not my mine except for the first picture*

Song Of The Day: Lights Down Low by Max Schneider










beauty

Is Hand Scrub Worth The Shot?

Thursday, March 10, 2016

     Assalamualaikum and hello lovelies! Now, who loves scrub as much as I do? Hands up guys. But will you invest in something like a hand scrub? A few months ago, Lush gave me a sample of their Salted Coconut Hand Scrub. I didn't and always forgot to used until I came across this blog post from Tattooed Tealady 'bout that Lush's hand scrub and totally reminded me of that sample I got.

(I know the pictures aren't flattering hahahaha)

Because I got it in a sample pot so obviously there are no ingredients written on it so I went on Lush's website to go in depth about this hand scrub. I don't really like to go on their website because I can't bare with all the goodness of their products that make me want to buy all of them! Good thing that Lush isn't available in Malaysia or I will go broke just by entering a Lush store. On Lush's site, it said that this scrub will 'Take Hands To Paradise' oh yeah, it will take you there because that fine sea salt as the main ingredient is not as rough as I thought it would be. I thought that it is a rough scrub that'll bleed out my hands but instead it is so gentle and the scent reminds me of childhood. I don't know why but I freakin' love the smell and the scent actually can stays longer on my hand but because I do many things with it(washing hands, eating, go to the toilet), the scent didn't stays longer than it should be. Anyway, as long as my hands feel soft and moisturise they are good to go! *Blow nails*

Ingredients: Fine Sea Salt, Glycerin, Fresh Lemon Infusion, Organic Siliken Tofu, Japan Wax, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Argan Oil, Cupuacu Butter, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Perfume, Neroli Oil, Hydroxycitronellal, Amyl Cinnamal, Geraniol, Farnesol, Limonene, Linalool

Well now on to the question, is it worth a shot to own a hand scrub? Seriously, I'm on a budget for now so a personal scrub for my hand is not really in need as I can just replace it with my face or body scrub. But if I got it as a sample, I certainly will try it! Thanks for reading this post lovely ♡

Do you guys ever try a hand scrub? 

Song of The Day: Dangerous Woman by Ariana Grande





school

My SPM 2015

Monday, March 07, 2016

-google

  Assalamualaikum and hello everybody. It's already few days after the SPM's result was released and I won't tell you my result! It's a secret and only the nearest people knows it. What I'm going to write about is like a confession(?). I don't really sure about it but here are my words.

My result are not what I want it to be but maybe that's what God wants me to. Maybe I thought that my hard work was enough but He knew that I can work harder. Maybe I was just lazy or proud enough of my work that lead me being an arrogant person. This was a life lesson for me to not always put down and try not to keep it to myself next time like always not be shy to asks any questions or anything. A lesson to me for sure. So for now, I am searching for courses to apply based on my result and all the pre-university programmes. I hope I'll choose and get the best for me, if God Wills.

I'm actually quite upset that there's only a few that scores the exam and I blamed myself for not be one of them. Anyway, we did the best right? I'm happy for my friends and joy that I met up with some of my teachers on that result day. I really thanked all my teachers for what I become now. They taught me how to learn and survive the path. I love them, nuff said. I know this is a short post but this is where all my confessions go to. Heheh

How's your result?

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