Thursday, 15 June 2017



This outfit is suitable for chilly weathers and is simple yet comforatble. 

>Top - Zara
>Jeans - Topshop Leigh
>Leather jacket - Unspecified
>Scarf - Edinburgh
>Shoes - Office
>Bag - Longchamp

Front view of Outfit #3

Side view of Outfit #3

Thursday, 18 May 2017



In January 2017, I attended the ZICO X MISBHV concert at KOKO, Mornington Crescent. 
The tickets that I wanted were sold out within 15 minutes, but thankfully my friend was able to get us the tickets. I got the VVIP tickets which costed £110, with an additional £10 fee for the booking, and this included early entry from 6pm, meet and greet with Zico himself and a free long sleeve top that was made from the collaboration of Zico and MISBHV

I personally don't think the VVIP tickets were worth £110, as they sold VVIP tickets to LOADS of people, and the meet and greet with Zico was barely 1 minute long. After waiting in the cold for 1.5 hours, they just quickly ushered us into the room with Zico and took the picture, we weren't allowed to take our own pictures and Zico himself didn't seem like he wanted to talk or communicate, but this was probably due to the fact that he had only just flew into the UK.

After entering the venue, we saw that we couldn't get to the front so we opted to go up to the third floor where we could see everything clearly.

The show didn't officially start until 10:45pm with Zico, the show was meant to start at 10pm with zico, but it got delayed. I thought that the opening performances were really not suitable for this crowd with a DJ and group of rappers performing that most people did not know of, so the crowd was quite dead.
Due to Zico's lateness, many were restless, but when he finally came on, it was all hyped and I believe overall many people enjoyed it. BUT the thing is, Zico started to peform at 10:45, but the show ended at roughly 11:10. Everyone had waited for more than 4 hours and paid a lot of money for just 30 minutes of Zico's performance. Many were frustrated and opted not to stay for the after party, which was just performances of the previous DJ's and rappers.

Although the timing of the performance wasn't great, I did enjoy the performance Zico put on and was happy to receive Zico's long sleeve shirt in black.

The long sleeve was of good quality printing, but the material is quite thin. I'm 5'3, so the sleeves felt extra long for me, but the length was fine, reaching mid-thigh.
I loved the overall design of the shirt and couldn't be happier. It was also a 'meh' first concert experience, but at least I got to meet Zico :D!!

Pictures of the front of ZICO X MISBHV long sleeve

Shoes are from newlook

Tuesday, 2 May 2017



I occasionally post Vlog's on my youtube channel, whether they be United Kingdom based, or abroad in Europe and Asia!

Please do join me on my adventures.

Sunday, 23 April 2017



I received the 'Feline flick, Panther' liquid eyeliner as a Christmas gift and have been using it on and off since then.

Firstly, I personally love to use liquid eyeliner pens as I it is much easier to apply and I am able to achieve thin cat eye flicks. I normally use Japanese branded eyeliners, such as Dolly wink or Canmake.
My favourite is the Koji Dolly Wink liquid eyeliner, which is a medium sized pen liner with a brush which is gentle to the eye.


Link to purchase the Dolly wink eyeliner, RRP £15, in Asia it is around £10 or cheaper.
Koji Dolly Wink liquid pen eyeliner


Koji Dolly Wink eyeliner

The product comes in a rather large clear plastic packaging and has information about the product in Japanese, of which I cannot read. The overall design is very cutesy and
minimalistic with pastel pink colours and gold accented patterns, a typical Japanese packaging style. I preferred the Charlotte Tilbury packing over the Koji one.