How are you guys doing this week?
Today I want to share with you an outfit I wore~
(Sorry for the horrible yellow lighting in my room :c I tried to tone it down as much as I could)
Dress - Liz Lisa
Socks - tutuanna
Heels - Off brand from a boutique store
Recently did my nails. I wasn't going for anything special, rather, I was in the mood for something more simple, neutral pink and subtle sparkles for that extra glam!
These are the nail polishes I used:
L to R: Rainbow by Gosh, Malaysian Mist by OPI, Milky Way by Gosh
Also, I want to do a mini review for my fellow Canadians out there looking for a cheap affordable curling iron.
Conair 3/4" Curling Iron - $19.99
Functions (★★★★★): A pretty standard curling iron, easy to use and has a ceramic barrel. The heat ranges from 1-40. One thing I liked about it is they tell you which heat range you should use based on your hair texture! For delicate thin hair (1-15), average or treated hair (15-25), thick or wavy (26-32) & hard to curl hair (33-40). Also, I really like the clamp since it's very tight so it's easy to curl small thin sections without it sliding off (unlike my TONI&GUY iron). It heats up around 20 seconds and has a metal stand to hold the iron. If you take notice of the handle, it has plastic rounded edges like a stack of mini donuts (..? lol). I found it reaally easy to spin when curling!
Price vs. Quality (★★★★★): My friend recommended me this a while ago, and I actually bought this in Save-On lol :p I have a TONI&GUY 1-1/4" curling iron but wanted a smaller barrel AND something cheaper >< For 20 bucks, it curls beautifully and user friendly. I would like a longer barrel though since it's narrow but I'm not complaining much c: Plus it's purple! Extra bonus kawaii points lol
Results (★★★★★): Happy camper! It does take a while to curl my entire head u___u but it's worth it if you're going for a voluminous curly hairstyle. The curls last quite well, even until the next day! Of course they become more loose and bigger spirals but still gorgeous nonetheless ^^