Monday, October 29, 2012

Veet It Off With Nuffnang - What Beauty Feels Like ❤

How Veet gives me soft and smooth skin that brings out the confidence in me? 

It's simple. I can have radiant and smooth skin with 3 easy steps with Veet Hair Removal Cream and 5 steps with Veet Wax Strips. 

Of course this is not me. :P 

It brings me confidence whenever I wear shorts where I can show off my smooth and radiant skin and definitely hair-free sexy legs.

Today I am going to show you guys how do I feel confidence by revamping my old white tshirt into something extraordinary. =)

Front view of my white tshirt.

Back view of my white tshirt. 

Let me show you guys a few shots of myself with the revamped clothes on. I wore my woven shirt with a black spaghetti straps singlet and matched with a pair of grey jeans. 
My revamped outfit. 

More photos below with funny poses of mine. Taken in a hotel located at Bukit Bintang by my sister-in-law. Thanks sis! 



I put on two Nuffnang badges to enhance the front view of the shirt. I cut both of the sleeves to change it into sleeveless.  Wanted to weave both sides of the tshirt but I was afraid that my mission will fail. So in the end, I chose to weave the back of my shirt only.


Facing my back to show you guys my creation. =) 

The closer view of the woven shirt. =) 

It's actually very simple to weave the shirt. Follow these 5 steps below and you will achieve the same results as mine. FYI, the woven tshirt is a bit messy because the quality of the shirt sucks to the max. I suggest to you guys to use a better quality material of clothes to do the weaving part as it will affect the results of the weaving part. 



I tied knots on both sides of the tshirt to create a tank top.

Add on any kind of nice badges on the place where you have the knots tied to hide the knots and I chose Nuffnang badges for my revamped outfit in this case. =)

Last but not least, a selca shot of mine with my revamped outfit and of course with the Nuffnang badges. *winkz*





P/s: I would like to thank Veet for organizing such an awesome contest! Was busy spending my last long weekend with my loved ones and couldn't spare some time to blog.. Sorry for the delay. Will try to blog more often. Thank you readers for being so supportive! xoxo 


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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Premiere Screening of Frankenweenie ❤

Now that I am working in Subang, so definitely I have the time to watch movie at night after my work. This is my second time watching movie after my working hours. And I would like to thank Nuffnang for the invitation. 


Frankenweenie is in black and white feature film directed by Tim Burton. It is a remake of Burton's 1984 short film of the same name and is a parody of and an homage to the 1931 film Frankenstein based on Mary Shelley's book of the same name. 

My 3D glasses! Yay~~

In this film, a boy named Victor loses his dog, Sparky and uses the power of science to resurrect him. This movie took me about one and a half hour and the ending of the story is almost the same as the Ted movie.  As usual, I cried after watching the ending. Nevertheless, this story is about how much a boy loves his pet and willing to rescue him and brings him back to life by using the power of science. 

Perhaps this story line is a bit unrealistic but anything can be done to rescue the dog will be something that we should be happy about. Nowadays, human beings are treating their pets like slaves which is a sin to do so.  By watching this movie, you will realise pets are living things too. Eventually they will help you in future if you care for them a lot. We should not abandon or kill them for your own benefits. I'll rate this movie: 3/5

P.s: Looking forward to this coming long weekend. Convocation post will be updated soon! =D


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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Premiere Screening of Ted ❤


Finally I am back again with Nuffnang and Churp Churp for movie screenings! It's been awhile since I watch premiere screenings with Nuffnangers and Churpers. Thanks to Nuffnang and Churp Churp for the invitation.

Well this is my first time watching a movie after my work. Rushed back home to get showered and off to Midvalley straight to collect my tickets. Anyway, I started working three weeks ago. I do not have the time to blog because I have just started my career. But I'll promise you guys that I will blog more often. =) Time seriously flies pretty FAST! In a blink of an eye, it's already my third week settling down in Subang after graduated for four months. =)

Back to the movie. Well, this story is about John Bennett who is a lonely kid, wishes for his new Christmas gift, a large teddy bear named Teddy (Ted) to come to life to be his friend. The wish came true with a falling star one night and Ted becomes alive. 

Ted is a funny and cute bear who speaks vulgar words with John and I find it amusing. :P Anyway kids should not watch this cause it is really not suitable for kids. How can a bear make out with a lady? Of course in reality, there's no such thing. But in this movie, anything is possible. 

I remembered I cried at the end of the movie because Ted is torn into two parts and he couldn't be saved even though Lori sew the broken parts back. *weeping moment* However, Lori somehow made a wish for Ted to come alive again and it really came true! 

Both Lori and John got married and lives happily ever after with cute Ted. *winkz* 

A pretty good ending but I just dislike the foul language they used in the movie. Anyway I'll rate it 3.5 / 5. Remember to catch it on cinema starting on Thursday! 

P/s: My convocation is on this weekend! Looking forward to it! xx  ❤ 

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Monday, October 8, 2012

Nike We Run KL 10K 2012 Race Pack Collection Day ❤

Last year the race pack collection took place at Midvalley and this year it was at Piazza, The Curve. 


This year, I have my little girl, Jamie Yeap to accompany me to collect my race pack. The sky was bright and sunny yesterday. *fan myself* 


Since I started working on 1st October, so I couldn't collect on Friday because I was in Penang for work. The race pack collection booth in The Curve here was so much bigger compared to the last year's. Thank god I went yesterday and you can see from the photo below that it wasn't that crowded. 



I met a UTAR friend whom we knew each other from UTAR Trekathon 2011 last year which was held at Shah Alam. We chit chatted for a while till a guy who was wearing Nike shirt approached me. He asked me to run on treadmill and I would be able to get my Nike race tee to be customised on the spot for FREE! 


I tried on their LunarGlide4 sport shoes and it was super comfy. My Nike Pegasus sport shoes were too old and worn out. *hint hint* 


A cute guy asked me whether I am using iPhone and did I download the Nike+ Running app in my iPhone.. OF COURSE I DID! Downloaded it ages ago just i do not use it frequently because I am using the Nike + iPod app since I have the Nike sensor with me. 


Sorry readers. I know it is a bit weird seeing me running on the treadmill with jeans. I wasn't planning to run so I wear jeans to collect my race pack because I am heading to somewhere with my sister to study. =)


The run was super easy and short. Complete it less than half a minute and I received the Super Runner badge from him. After that, with the badge, I proceeded to the Tee Customisation counter to have the Super Runner badge printed on my Nike race tee! Whee~~ *jump with joy* 



Tee Customisation counter where you get to customise your Nike race tee on the spot if you can complete the time given by them when you run on the treadmill. It is so simple! 

Friendly auntie was ironing my Super Runner badge on my Nike tee! 


 
Here's a photo of myself posing with my Super Runner tee! *winkz* 


The race pack consists of the usual Nike bottle, Nike race tee (it's black in colour this time), Zalora, Boost Juice and Nike vouchers, the finisher tee wrist tag, We Run KL 10K 2012 programme booklet and D-Tag.  

Last but not least, my super cute Super Runner badge on my Nike tee! 

So I hope to see some of my friends during the run and I will be running super slow (a reminder to all of you) because I did not train at all. I'll just go and run on the day itself. :P Those who know me PLEASE DON'T LAUGH AT ME when you see a tortoise Janice running on the road. =P


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Sunday, October 7, 2012

Gardens by the Bay ❤

**This is the continuation post from the Marina Bay Sands post.. =) 

We headed to Gardens by the Bay after that.  We just strolled only 3/4 of the garden because we were pretty tired after walking whole day in Marina Bay Sands.

Let my photos do the talking alright? Cause I am too lazy to pen down the long post about Gardens by the Bay since most of you went to Singapore before. 



A short information on the history of Gardens by the Bay. 

Gardens by the Bay brings to life NParks' vision of creating a City in a Garden. The Gardens captures the essence of Singapore as the premier tropical Garden City with the perfect environment in which to live and work - making Singapore a leading global city of the 21st century.


In January 2006, an international master plan design competition was launched to seek world-class design ideas for Gardens by the Bay. It drew more than 70 entries submitted by 170 firms, from over 24 countries, including 35 from Singapore.

An 11-member Jury comprising local and international experts shortlisted eight teams and two winners were announced in September 2006; namely Grant Associates for Bay South and Gustafson Porter for Bay East, both from the UK. A decision was made to develop Bay Central later.

A public exhibition of the master plan concepts and models of the winning teams was held in September 2006 at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Over 10,000 people visited the exhibition and over 700 gave their feedback. An overwhelming majority 85% of those surveyed liked the features in the master plans and over 97% said they would visit the gardens.

Bay South Gardens broke ground in November 2007, signalling the commencement of the Gardens’ development. Subsequently, development of Bay East Gardens also commenced. It was developed as an interim garden to be used as a staging site for some of the rowing and canoeing events of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in August 2010. Following the YOG, Bay East underwent reinstatement works and was open to the public in October 2011.

A special preview of parts of Bay South Gardens, including the Flower Dome, was held in November 2011 in conjunction with the World Orchid Conference (WOC). Some 300,000 members of the public visited both WOC and Bay South Gardens.


A photo of myself taken in Heritage Garden.

Heritage Garden was the only place I went that day because I was too tired to walk anymore. :P The Heritage Gardens is a collection of four themed gardens that will take you through the history and culture of Singapore’s three main ethnic groups and colonial past. 

As you walk through each garden, discover the stories of the contribution from different ethnic groups towards Singapore’s formation. The Malay Garden, ‘a Reflection of Community,’ stresses the role of edible fruits and medicinal plants used by the local Malay population, while the Colonial Garden, ‘a Reflection of Ambition’, covers issues like plant transportation and profitable crops that have shaped Singapore’s history and economy.

Outfit of the day - Top to toe from F21. 













My cousin and aunty. =)

Last but not least, a photo of my cousin and I. ❤



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