Wow, I know I haven’t updated my blog for a while but I didn’t realized it’s been over 3 months! I wanted to come here to give everyone a quick update on why I’ve been absent. The past few months have been crazy at work, since we were finally launching the product we’ve been working on for a while!
The product is called Spaces, it’s group sharing app that lets people get together to share around any topics they are interested in, please check it out at: https://get.google.com/spaces/.
I have already created a Makeup Space, please join if you are interested to talk about all kinds of makeup stuff, I’d love to get to know you guys more. You can also use the Spaces app to create a Space for your own family and friends to talk about anything you want!
Now that we are launched, I finally get back my weekends, and I’m looking forward to update my blog on more regular basis. Stay tuned~
Happy Memorial Day Weekend!
I’ve been terrible with blogging again, mainly because I’ve been enjoying spending time with my family. But I wanted to take the time to come here and wish everyone a wonderful, healthy and happy 2016!
I don’t do new year resolutions, mainly because I realized I never follow through hehe. Instead, I have a general plan for the new year. So for 2016, I hope to share with you more beauty related thoughts, and get to know everyone better. I’ll get back to a regular posting schedule as soon as I’m back from the holiday. I have many ideas for new posts in mind so I’m excited to share them with everyone. 🙂
What’s your new year plan?
Just like every girl, I get very self-conscious with my appearance sometimes. With all the media filled with perfect-looking models and actresses, it’s easy to think “if only I have her legs” or “her eyes are gorgeous!”. Particularly now that I work in a ‘fashion’ company (‘fashion’ is in quotes since what I do has nothing to do with fashion), the girls at my office are always so put-together, with the perfect hair, wardrobe and shoes, and it doesn’t help once in a while I bump into a model!
But when I catch myself having thoughts like ‘I wish I could look like her’, I tell myself to stop. It sounds so cliche since I feel you hear about this everywhere, but it’s helpful to go through a list of things that make you great and unique, and then you’ll start feeling awesome. And guess what, your confidence will shine, and people around you will notice.
The land of cosmetics have always intimidated me, so many colors and so many brands. I always tried my best to stay away from it, and once in a while I’d try some on, and it’d turn out looking hideous so I had to quickly wipe them off.
To give you a little bit of background about me, I grew up as a tomboy. My school didn’t allow girls to have hair past their ears, so we had to keep them short, army-length short! I wore baggy uniforms, and played soccer with the boys and kicking dirt while doing it.
While in college, I started realizing my wardrobe is a bit… off to say the least, they didn’t match, some of them weren’t even my size! As I started noticing the world around me, I began to appreciate the beauty of it and the creativity people have, with their wardrobe, their hair style and their makeup.