Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Alive Museum @ Suntec City

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It has been pretty boring in Singapore lately until I received an invitation to visit Alive Museum Singapore and boy was I exciteddddd! 
Alive Museum at Suntec City is one of the new attractions that promises to be a fun and unique experience for the whole family or with your group of friends! The biggest 3D illusionary museum in Singapore offers a sensory experience that tricks one's visual, physical and environmental perceptions, bringing fantasy to reality.
With 10,000 sq ft of space, there's plenty of exhibitions and space for you to touch and feel and fully immerse yourself in them. What really impressed me was their digital installations because too much still exhibitions can get quite boring sometimes...
Bow down to le derp!

 Back in mommy's tummy (but she's not that skinny!!!)


This photo is so apt because it's milo peeing into G's face LOL
And just look at that face #cannotmaintain
Why shower at home when you can shower with merlion!

 This dark room is my fave because there's mirrors all around with a disco ball in the middle, not forgetting som retro music playing in the background so IT'S YOUR TIME TO SHINE~
If you're wearing a dress/skirt you might wanna be careful in this room because...yup.

 Have you seen anyone so happy eating poop ice cream? These two :p

 Stepping on top of oblivion

 This windmill installation is pretty cool because when you blow on one of the windmills the other windmills behind get activated which produces wind to blow up Marilyn's dress. (:<
 One thing I like about Alive Museum is that there's plenty of space to take photos and also because we went on a weekday there was very little people inside so more time to play around with the different installations!

 Just let me die already!

Pretty much sums up our frienship :p

The paper boat installation is my top fave among all because no matter who you take it with, it looks sentimental and mellow which makes you go 'nawwwwwww'.

The Alive Museum Singapore is located at
Suntec City Mall #03-372
(Between Towers 3 & 4)
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm Daily
Ticket Prices: $25 (Adults), $20 (Children 3-12yo)

To get there by train, the easier way will be to take the circle line and drop off at Promenade and follow the signs that leads you to Suntec City and just head straight up to the 3rd floor!

Not only that, there's an ongoing promotion currently (click on pic for more info)


Monday, 11 August 2014

REVIEW: KLARITY Lasertox™ CC Cream

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Somehow after the BB cream hype CC creams came along and if you're wondering what does the CC stand for - it's Color Correcting.
I personally am not a huge fan of CC creams because the coverage is low and I didn't like the idea of piling on too much stuffs with colorant on my skin so I usually slab on my BB cream and that's it.

That was till I got introduced to KLARITY Lasertox™ CC Cream!
The packaging is really eye catching because of the holographic foil and the overall feel is very professional, makes me feel 'atas' just by holding on to the tube.
There's two sizes available - 30ml S$29 / 100ml S$49 and you can get it from this link.
KLARITY Lasertox™ CC Miracle White Lotion helps to restore your beauty with at least one tone lighter whitening effect instantaneously. The lotion is enriched with diamond powder, giving you the instant glow after application. Also enriched with wild rosehip extract, which is a source of powerful antioxidant, it helps to prolong skin youthfulness.

With sun screen factor SPF30/PA++, Lasertox™ CC Miracle White Lotion protects your skin from harmful UV rays, preventing photo-aging and dark spots. This 11-in-1 multi functions CC lotion is light on skin and colorant free. The non-sticky and non-oily formula leaves skin smoother and hydrated.

Not only that, this product is also halal and not tested on animals!

First thoughts: This CC cream sounds too good to be true for a make up product and with so many benefits wouldn't the cream be too heavy and end up having the texture of a BB cream?
Surprisingly not! The CC cream has the texture of a moisturizing cream with instant whitening effect of up to a shade and it is so feather light on the skin you wouldn't even know you have CC cream on your face. It has a floral scent which I really love and well you guys know me and nice smelling stuffs ;)
After blending the CC cream on my hand, you can see that that patch where i squuezed the CC cream at is visibly fairer by a shade. It blends pretty well with your skin tone because this CC cream has no colorant - (it's white in color) so what it does is lighten your skin tone instead of using colorant to lighten. My skin feels really smooth after application and it feels like I used moisturizing cream instead.

On most days I use the KLARITY Lasertox™ CC Miracle White Lotion as my makeup base because this product doesn't offer any coverage, so if you have dark spots, blemishes or scars you should look somewhere else!

Overall, I'd rate the KLARITY Lasertox™ CC Miracle White Lotion a 9/10 
because it is packed with so much benefits and is generally safe and suitable.for all skin types (: 

The event was held at Salt grill & sky bar and we were served with great food accompanied by the amazing view of Singapore *-*
It's a great place to have a dinner date or maybe a proposal so... don't say I never hint the guys if you're looking for a nice place to take your gfs :p


Friday, 1 August 2014

Trick Eye Museum 트릭아이미술관 @ RWS

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Apologies for the long hiatus guys! Been really busy the whole of July with the artwork for G12 Asia Conference 2014 and now that it's over I'M BACKKKKK!
Months of hardwork paid off so I'm feeling super accomplished (:

Awhile back I was at the Trick Eye Museum with G which is the one located at RWS.
There's also another similar exhibition called Alive Museum which is at Suntec City.
These mind boggling exhibitions are now a hit in korea right now so yayy saved the money flying to korea! :p

It's pretty easy getting to the museum via train to harbourfront and the sentosa monorail/15 mins walk by foot as they are lots of big banners with arrows pointing to the location.
One adult ticket costs S$25, child & senior citizen $20
Open daily 10am - 9pm
Waterfront @ RWS, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098138

Fortunately there's crowd control so rest assured you'll get your turn to take photos at every exhibition and lots of people there are actually pretty friendly and will be more than willing to help you take photos so there's no need for tripods :p
Starry Starry Night... without Van Gogh

Dress cum table.. wah I also want a dress like this eh!

Not David Copperfield, but good enough la! At least he's blonde LOL

Pretty calm face G has while he's gonna be devoured

If you happen to wearing a dress that day, fret not because most of the exhibitions are quite dress friendly but of course if you can, come in shorts/pants so you dont zao geng.

Most of the exhibitions have pretty harsh spotlights on top of you or the lights are orangey so I was pretty annoyed when I saw the photos @_@

If this was real my face would prolly be like ಠಿ_ಠಿ 'FML CIAO'

BAHAHAHAHHA that face #ikenot

Finally I'm a mermaid! The conservative species sans shell bralet.

"I can show you the world..."

There are more than 50 exhibitions in the Trick Eye Museum so what I've shown you guys - it's not the end of it.
You can easily spend 1 hour inside depending on the crowd and is S$25 worth it?
Hmmm, I'd say it's worth a shot if you're looking for somewhere interesting to go or looking to spend your whole day at RWS.

Thank you boyfiee for bringing me to Trick Eye 

More blog posts will be coming up soon as they are really overdue xD so till then!