02. 宝贝(in the night)
05. Ain't My Man
06. My Life Will
07. Live 酒馆300秒
11. 宝贝(in a day)
As we all know Cinderella was a poor girl who with the help of her fairy godmother found her Prince Charming and led a happy ever after life. Being a (financially) below average girl, of course I would hope that I would become Cinderella. Spell Arielle backwards, plus the word Cinder in front , and voila! Cinderelleira =) Pls read my 1st post on this blog for more info =)
Baby had went to Batam with his mother last month and came back with a couple of things for me.
1. Ripcurl Slippers
2. Fake Birkenstocks
3. Ralph Lauren Polo Tee (Silver Embroidery)
But I realised that no one will know that the Ripcurl slippers are Rip Curl Slippers, because the words are not visible at all (as u can see in the 1st picture). So I used the silver marker I bought last time to colour it. The effect was good. =)
I like blue colour, because it's one of the good colours for me according to my mum who knows how to 算八字. Thus out of boredom one day I decided to buy blue varnish to paint my nails.
The lighter blue with glitter on my nails is from Canmake (a jap brand) bought from Watsons at $6.90. The dark blue on top is actually from Daiso (Vivo city outlet) , so the price is obvious. (In case you have no idea what Daiso is, it's a all items $2 concept shop). I'm so proud of my end product, I thought it looked like it was done in those manicure pedicure shops =D
After many days later, I tried to paint my fingernails with the 2 bottles of blue nail varnish. But I found it difficult to keep them in perfect condition, the blue varnish were too thick to dry properly. So I had to give up the stupid idea of painting my nails after many tries (i.e. cleaning up my nails and reapplying everything again, base coat, colour coat, protective coat).
And I was so frustrated I spilt my Daiso nail varnish on my marble floor! Artistic right? Luckily I managed to clean it up with my nail varnish remover.
But it's time to remove my nail varnish, my toenails are growing revealing unpainted new nails.