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February 15, 2012

Going Away


hye all !
ape khabar semua?
huuueee lama tak berblogging
kesuntukan masa yg teramat !
amat berharap dapat berblogging dgn aktifnya selepas ini..
but for now, i'm going away to South Korea for holiday.
my bus to osaka airport gonna be tonight at 10.25 pm
and will fly to S. Korea by Jeju Air tomorrow 11.15 a.m

Doakan saya selamat pergi dan selamat pulang :)

bye2 all !

February 7, 2012

白猪の滝 Shiraino-taki


Hye bloggers comrates !
I'm doing very fine here. How about you guys?
Winter will be end and spring will be right here soon.
What do i feel?
happy, sad ?
Of course i'm happy !!
Spring is very suitable to living with,
Sakuras bloom, the sun shines, and the temperature will rise up to 15~20 degrees celcius.
Very cosy, comfortable for living, going outdoor and much more.

So, its the end of winter right here.
and i did my best to snap something memorable to end up this winter.
Let me share with you something owhsome.
Yesterday i went to Shirainotaki (Shiraino Waterfall) which is about
30 minutes from my place.
Well, its the second time i went there since winter on December 2010.
(which is a place i saw snow for the first time of my life :) 

Went there with Awe (a badminton coach from Nusa Mahsuri-working at badminton 
store called Hamanaka Shop which is a famous badminton coaching shop around shikoku Japan|also coching Japanese students for Japan and world tournaments )
and also with his wife Kak Shytah and their lil cute daughter Imaan Nayli Na.
For the first 30 minutes we get lost and chose wrong way which heading to Shikoku Karusuto-
a place like feeling2 New Zealand-with cows on green field.
But finally we arrived there and alhamdulillah we got chance to see frozen-waterfall.
Shiraino taki ni mmg akan beku pada setiap kali winter yg jatuh pada hari yg mmg sejuk gila.
Contohnya time ni malam sampai mencecah -3 degrees.
Dan keesokannya salji menyeliputi Matsuyama.
This is so amazing ! Matsuyama only got so much snow after 25 years !

sampai sini pon dah teruja? get to walk for 1km to reach at the waterfall

huh dah tercungap2 :(

500m ahead yeay !

amboi-amboi :DD

see how amazing it is 

its family portrait :)

Imaan was blurred because she just woke up from sleep. So cute !

kasihnya seorang bapa kepada anaknya..

air dari cerowong yg tak sempat nk keluar sebab terpause 

Time kitorang pergi ni air dah cair sikit. Tapi luckily ade jugak tinggal sisa2 nya
untuk kami berempat. Alhamdulillah :))

this is what actually happened on last Saturday.
the waterfall frost and the snow are everywhere.
I just got there 3 days later.

End of the story. Get to continue study for last paper tomorrow.
Wish me luck guys. 
Thanx for reading
Bye bye all.
Bye bye winter.
and hye spring & sakuras !


February 5, 2012

Do You Love Korean and Japan Cosmetics Stuff ?

Assalamualaikum !

Hye just a quick update here.
I am planning to sell some korean and japan cosmetics stuff
like from Etude House, Skin Food, Meiko and much more.
and also shoes, handbags and etc.
What do you say?
Do you like them?

Its about 2 years i'm staying in Japan and I ALWAYS go shopping-buying 
cute stuff from Japan and Korea.
But I am much prefer buying things from Korea because they are quite cheeper than things
that are made-in Japan.
Yes, of course its because yen is quite higher than won :)
Ouwh about the price. Maybe mahal sikit la because from Korea and Japan kan.
But I will try to sell affordable-things :)
Yes i know. I'm a student too :)))

But girls, I just want to share with you.
Cute stuff are a lots here !
Kat Malaysia tade barang2 macam ni.
How can I not fall in love with these country, Japan and Korea ?

Rolling-eyes everytime go shopping.

For the examples..

Urghhhh you cannot say NOOOOO to these !!

There are all from Etude House.
I went to EH at Times Square a long time ago and its too small
and suprisingly, they're selling out-of-date make up and skin care products.
What a bias towards EH in Malaysia. Huhuhu..

I got so many things to share wth you all.
So what do you say??
Should I start this bussiness?
Give me support girls!!

Drop some comments okay:)

Got to continue study for next paper tomorrow.
Bye peeps. Thanks for reading. Bye2!


February 4, 2012

Owh How Much I Miss You


Hmmm got no idea to write down.
6 final papers exam wth one presentation done
but still have 2 papers to go on.
I cant predict what will the result be
but one thing I know is
I Miss Him:(

p.s I'm planning to open one online-shop secara kecil kecilan.
Menjual barangan cosmetics, handbags, shoes and etc from Japan and Korea.
The price will be a little bit much higher than products selling in Malaysia
due to postage rate from Japan to Malaysia.
Plus yen rate is so high right now.
But still, I'm planning to sell something affordable and 
something cant be found in Malaysia^^

What dou you say? 
Should or shouldn`t I?
Please drop some comments :)

Thanks readers!


February 2, 2012

6 All-Natural Beauty Fixes

Natural Beauty

It's no secret that beauty comes from within. But from within the refrigerator? You bet! Wipe out undereye circles, dry patches and other skin ailments with these inexpensive kitchen-staple remedies. 
Here are some ideas for do-it-yourself skin care and facials!

Baking Soda to Exfoliate Your Face
Fancy facial scrubs are a fun indulgence from time to time, but a much cheaper option that's just as effective: baking soda. "The tiny granules of sodium bicarbonate buff away pore-clogging dead skin cells and are gentle enough for all skin types," explains Janice Cox, coauthor of Eco Beauty. "Plus, like many other natural salts, baking soda also has slightly antiseptic properties that will ward off breakouts."
Cox's suggestion: Make a thin paste with 4 tsp baking soda and 1 Tbsp water, let it sit for 2 minutes, then apply it in small, circular motions to your moistened face (avoiding the eye area) and neck. After 3 minutes, rinse clean with warm water and then follow up with a splash of cold water to close your pores. Finish with a dollop of your regular daily moisturizer. "Dry or sensitive skin types should only use this mask every other week," says Cox. "Those with normal to oily skin can repeat the process weekly."

Lemons to Remove Dry Patches
When life gives you lemons, turn them into a remedy for rough, scaly skin. "The citric acid removes dead skin cells to expose softer skin below," says makeup artist Brett Freedman. Slice a lemon in half and rub the cut side over your elbows, heels or knees for a few seconds, then rinse. You'll notice a difference immediately. 

Coffee to Make Cellulite Fade Fast
Don't throw out those coffee grounds you used to brew your morning cup-apply them directly to your thighs! An exfoliating scrub made from the grounds will make your skin smoother and target cellulite. "Just as coffee acts as a mild diuretic when we drink it, the caffeine-rich grounds will draw water out of your fat cells, shrinking them so they're less noticeable," says Marta Wohrle, a site that explores natural alternatives to commercial cosmetics. Once or twice a week, when you're in the shower, try her scrub: 

Dimple-Fighting Scrub
2 Tbsp used coffee grounds (not decaffeinated)
4 tsp olive oil
Combine to make a paste, then spread generously, in upward strokes, over any cellulite-prone areas. Massage in for 2 minutes, then rinse. Note: Your skin will have a slight brownish tint while using this scrub but it will wash away. Also, you (and the shower floor) will be slightly slippery.

Mint to Shrink a Pimple
This herb can tackle blemishes without drying skin like harsh acne meds. "Peppermint contains menthol and menthone, compounds that reduce redness and inflammation," says Brian Bonanni, MD, a dermatologist at New York's Gotham LASIK & Skincare. Mint also acts as an astringent, clearing away pimple-causing oil. Dr. Bonanni recommends pulsing a small handful of leaves in a food processor with 1 tsp lemon juice. (The acidic juice temporarily changes the pH of your skin, preventing bacteria growth.) Cover the blemish for 15 minutes, then rinse. Repeat twice a day until the spot is gone. 

Ginger Ale to Cure Yellowed Nails
Drinking soda may not be good for you, but according to Dawn Gallagher, author of Nature's Beauty Secrets, soaking your nails in it is. Gallagher explains: "Most mass-produced ginger ales contain soluble salts-like monopotassium phosphate, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate-that act as preservatives or emulsifiers. These will also naturally bleach your nails." Fill a small bowl with ginger ale and submerge your nails for 10 minutes twice a week.

Parsley to Brighten Dark Circles
Want to banish undereye circles in the blink of an eye? Pass the parsley. It's rich in vitamin K, a nutrient that, when applied topically, reduces blood flow to the eye area-a key factor in the formation of circles, says Kansas City, Missouri-based dermatologist Audrey Kunin, MD, founder of DERMAdoctor. "Over time, the fatty layer of skin under your eyes thins out, which, in turn, makes underlying blood vessels more visible," she explains. "Their slightly bluish color is what creates the illusion of circles underneath the eyes." To fight back, try this recipe from Wohrle once a week: 

Brightening Eye Mask
1 small handful of fresh parsley
2 Tbsp plain yogurt

Place parsley and yogurt (which has a cooling and hydrating effect on skin) into a food processor. Pulse until a smooth paste is formed. Apply the mixture generously to your undereye area. Let sit for 20 minutes before rinsing off with lukewarm water.