If you’ve never heard of Tony Moly before it’s a South Korean Skincare cosmetic brand. The name Tony Moly basically means “putting style into packaging,” (according to Wikipedia anyway). South Korean skincare products and routines are blossomingly influential now in the Western World, but being Asian, it also means that it can be difficult to obtain it. There are a few UK online retailers English beauty enthusiasts can get them from but be prepared to spend a little more than you want.
You can get Tony Moly from:
I’ve shopped at YesStyle twice so far. I’d love to shop on there more often but you have to spend a minimum amount, much like Kiko Milano, as they’re dispatched from a different country. Anyway, my auntie who lives in the Philippines recommended it because she’s used it before and she really liked it. I’ve been using it every night for six months, and yes it’s the same exact product. I haven’t bought a new one in that span of six months. So here’s my review of Tony Moly Panda’s Dream Sleeping Pack from YesStyle.
Oh blemishes! We all have them. We all hate them and at times, like them a little. But we spend a lot of our skin care budget targetting those imperfections just to make them disappear. Or for a quick fix: cover them up with make-up. Blemishes can be frustrating and they can pop up at the worst times, but blemishes are a part of who we are. Our skin is influenced greatly by our environment; food, weather, activities etc.
For me, I was born in the the tropical country of Philippines to Filipino parents with ancestors from across Asia. I’ve been told I have Japanese and possible Spanish ancestors, but I will never find out for sure. With this, my genes is sculptured a certain way which affects my appearance and conditions, externally and internally. With that said, my skin is born for a tropical environment and moving to rainy, windy England, it has affected my skin differently compared to my cousins’s who live in the Philippines.
Welcome to my blog!
A place of desired serenity from a not so chaotic life, but of a messy mind.
I’ve started and restarted blogging for a couple of years now and every time I reboot, I’m just full of ideas and things I want to say. But after a few weeks, I lose that spark again. Gone. Just vanishes. I know a part of that is the lack of discipline and pure laziness. I also wrote a lot of depressing and negative entrees. Recently, I decided enough was enough. No more pessimism. No more pettiness. No more daily emotional breakdowns and cynical thoughts.
Happiness is a state of mind. To be positive, I just have to be positive. My boyfriend claims ‘ignorance is bliss’ constantly over the tiniest things whilst I over react like the drama queen I can be. To give an example, if I get the bigger slice of cake, he wouldn’t care. On the other hand, if his cake is slightly bigger than mine, I’d sulk. This is a very mediocre example but every negative reaction affects the way the mind processes other things in life. I want to change that. Thus, I believe this blog will help keep me on my toes and not only will I be learning how to be positive in real life, but I also want to transfer that positivity in my writing. Besides happy people live longer and the more you laugh, the more you glow.
So without further ado, here I am! Starting a positive, and happy blog that’s full of joy!