OOTD: Electrical Work


Christmas is the perfect excuse to go tacky — and I mean legally tacky with twinkle lights.

Lotsa Lights

Of all places, found holly wreath glasses (hahah, instant green vision!) and Christmas lights earrings at Handyman. They were 70 and 50 percent off, complete with batteries, so I guess 170 pesos for both is merry.


Wore MAC Matte Lady Danger. It has more orange  than Ruby Woo which I wore here. MAC’s retro matte lipsticks stay on better. I picked the bohemian renaissance dress off the rack. The Rebecca Minkoff Toki tote is from Red Dot. It’s huge, so I love it as an evening camera bag.

Light Trailcious
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Lippie Review: MAC Sunny Seoul

MAC Sunny Seoul

A pretty pink tone attracts my eye in a flash. Inexplicably, the pinks in my vanity case are the most worn. When I got hold of the Sunny Seoul from the MAC Cremesheen + Pearl Collection, I thought it’s a different pink from what I already own. It’s more yellow than Pink Pearl Pop, more sunny, soft and girly like the name suggests. The subtle glimmer reflects light beautifully and found it the easiest pink to wear, delivering a semi-sheer color which blends in nicely after several hours of wear. However, the lips have to be prepped before wear or else the flaky lines will show.

MAC Sunny Seoul and Pink Pearl Pop swatchesSunny Seoul

Sunny Seoul is a friendly pink that you can roll in anytime without having to worry about what else you are wearing.

Photo credit: Vince Canlapan (upper left photo)
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