Long hiatus!

Hi everyone, I’m back!

I know I’ve been gone for quite some time now from the blogging scene. That’s because I started graduate school and have been swamped balancing that and a full time job. In my miniscule free time slots, I’ve been posting quick updates on my Facebook page and have become a super frequent Tweeter!

I definitely recommend following me on one of those (or better yet, both) as I still manage to get out those quick tips/tricks and you can also stay up to date with me in real time!

I have a bunch of things that are being edited or still waiting to be filmed/edited like:
-Specific product reviews (Filmed. Currently being edited)
-Favorite drugstore products (To be filmed.)
-Everyday face routine (Filmed. Currently being edited)
-Halloween makeup (To be filmed.)
-Eyeliner 101 (Filmed. Being edited.)
-Regretful purchases (To be filmed.)

These are all videos so I can revive my Youtube page once again. In the meantime, check out my latest video “Lazy nails“!

What would you like to see? Hair, Skincare tips, Product first impressions, makeup, nails?

Let me know on my Facebook page or leave me a comment below.

Remember beauties, Stay Maganda!<3
-K

A Rekindled Passion

After a LONG hiatus, I’m finally filming again!

Here’s a screenshot of my rekindled passion — filming beauty videos 🙂

This is where my love for teaching future beauties what I know started and I took a long break from it. But now I’ve set a new goal for myself to continue making videos and bringing my ideas to life again.

Stay tuned!

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What videos would YOU like to see? Leave your suggestions on my Facebook page or in the comments!

 

Stay Maganda!<3
-K

 

Sleep and Dark Circles

Did you know that dark circles aren’t caused from lack of sleep?

Lacking sleep actually causes the eye area to become puffier than usual. This “puff” casts a shadow under the eye which in turn looks like a dark circle. If you get enough sleep, this puffiness can be avoided somewhat, but not completely especially if your eyes are naturally like that.

To remove the puffiness, a quick tip is to cool and refresh the area. Cool cucumbers can do this since cucumbers are full of water. You can also use creams with caffeine in it to get rid of the swelling.

Do you know the source of your dark circles? See if you can pinpoint your dark circles using my list.

Dark circles also become more prominent with age (unfortunately). So for a normal day, I recommend the Garnier Anti-Dark Circle Roller, which is a personal favorite of mine. Find out why here!

If you have any questions about dark circles or don’t know how to target yours, feel free to share it with me in the comments below or on my Facebook!

Stay Maganda!<3
-K

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Myths Unveiled: Chocolate and Acne

Myth or Fact?
Chocolate gives you acne.

MYTH!

Chocolate has no ingredient in it that contributes to acne or breakouts. Having a bad diet is what can trigger breakouts. If you eat too much chocolate, you might see some emerging pimples or breakouts, but that’s because you are putting too much fat and sugar into your body, not because of the chocolate.

The same thing can happen if you eat too much chips, fast food, or even drink too much soda. Your diet will show on your skin.

So you don’t have to give up chocolate or fear getting breakouts if you take a bite of your Hershey’s bar or M&M’s, it won’t hurt you. Just remember what the food pyramid says – eat your sweets in moderation.

There your have it!

How many of you knew this already? Any choco-holics out there?

Stay Maganda!<3
-K

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