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Saturday, 17 September 2016

Addition to my skincare routine : Aug-Sep 2016


After coming back to my home country, the first store I went when I go to the mall is the Japanese beauty store! When I was in stockholm I ran out of my cleansing oil and it's weird that you rarely find any cleansing oil in Sweden. I found that even Clinique doesn't sell their Take the day off cleansing oil there, which is quite abnormal. 

The fist thing I went and pick up is the Kose Softymo Deep cleansing oil. Normally I use my DHC deep cleansing oil and the Bodyshop one but I ran out of it so I decided to try out something more affordable. The first thing I'd say about this product is it smells so good. It has an orangy scent. I feel that the consistency is quite similar to the DHC cleansing oil but it's harder to wash off. And unfortunately, even tough I love the scent of it so much that I want to use it everyday, this break me out so bad. 



After I had a bad reaction with the Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil, I decided to went back to my old favourite which is the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil. I had nothing much to complain about this one. It's so natural that it smell like an olive oil. It's so easy to wash off and it takes only 20 seconds to rub off all of your makeup. 


The next thing is the Mario Badescu facial spray which I picked up from Sephora online. As recently my skin is in kinda bad condition due to the hot weather and pollution, I decide to tried something new that I hope could improve the condition of my skin. I heard many people talk about this face spray and they use it as a toner it prime before applying your makeup. I decide to try one and overall after using it for one week, I feel that my skin is a lil bit clearer but not too much different. I'll keep using it and see whether it will help clear my skin out or not. If does help, you'll see this in a favourite post soon. 



Next thing is the spot treatment from Origins, which I picked up in a last minute in a duty-free, Arlanda Airport. I heard JosieLDN talk about it a while ago but I never get to tried them as it's quite expensive compare to the size. The reason I pick it up is because my face get a lot of breakout during my very last week in Sweden and I though I have to invest in something that will help to counteract my spot. I put it on before the flight and I can see some of the spot on my face actually dried out when I arrived home which is amazing. I continue using it for a week and I'm really impressed with this treatment, and I think it will last forever as you only need just less than a drop for one spot. 


The last thing I recently bought is the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water. The story behind this one is I used to bought one and use when I was in Stockholm and I react badly to this cleansing water. The formula that they sell there contain alcohol, which I allergic to. However, I decided to try it again with the formula they bought out in Thailand and I feel that it's different. The one I have here is actually different and I love this one more than any cleansing water I've ever use.  


Do you have any new product to try out this month? 


<3
Pali



Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Adjö för nu...



It's time to say goodbye to the most beautiful city I've ever live in. 

I have  such a priceless experience and meet a lot of nice people both Thai and Swedish. 
Thank you for having me Stockholm! 


Ha det så bra,

adjö för nu....

But not for long


<3
Pali

Monday, 12 September 2016

Photo Diary : Bergainska Trädgården

Hello there! This is (sadly) the last post about place I go to in Stockholm. I spent my last week end at the Bergainska Trädgården, which is the Botanic Garden in Stockholm University. I've always wish to visit a garden in Europe with a nice weather. The day I went wasn't that nice but it's okay as it's still cold a bit. 












After walking around for a while, I stop at the Gamla Orangeriet. It's a cafe inside the garden, which you can come and have a nice cake without paying to go inside the green house. It's a nice place to hang out with friend and the food is very nice too.











I hope I can come here again. 


<3
Pali

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Kiko Eyeliner


When I was visit the Mall of Scandinavia, the first shop I noticed there is the Kiko Milano. I've been waiting to go to the store as we don't have Kiko in Thailand. I have a look around and don't know what to purchase except a good eyeliner. 

I ask the last at the shop whether they have a good water-prof eyeliner and she recommend this for me. It's the Kiko Out of Bound Eyeliner, which unfortunately I can't find this in their website anymore because it's the limited edition one. 




I would say that It's very water-proof that the Micelle water alone cannot clean it. I have to use my Lancome makeup remover that has the blue oil in it to remove. This is very suitable if you're going somewhere like a beach or swimming because it stay all day and doesn't smudge at all. It's very easy to apply and it's also very black and a lil bit shiny. It has a hard tip which make it easy to apply and draw a perfect cat eye look.

 The only downside about this eyeliner is the packaging. The lid is very hard to open which might be good of you're travelling but if you're in hurry. This is not the one to open on the go. 


I'd say that this is the eyeliner that worth the price you pay and this is the most durable eyeliner I've ever tried (it's so long-lasting that it's hard to take off). This retails for 105 SEK in Sweden but it's limited edition so I'm quite sure whether you'll be able to find it or not. 


Have you ever tried the Kiko eyeliner? 


<3
Pali













Thursday, 8 September 2016

Photo Diary : Hornstulls Marknad and The Hallwyl Museum

It's such a nice sunny weather to wonder around the city of Stockholm and explore some local market. Last week, I was told to have a visit to the Honstull Weekend Market. Me and my friend decided to go there and grab some lunch. 



The food was very nice that I forgot to take a photo..









Then we went to the Hallwyska Museet, which was the house of the nobel in Sweden. The house was massive and inside is beautiful. It's great to see how their live and also see the architecture of the nobel house.











I wish that every weekend, I could travel around Stockholm and explore more and more new place..


<3
Pali