1 vogue france (june 2007), 2 unknown, 3 tumblr
Sorry for the unplanned absence. I miss this. Freedom. To have the time to write for myself, for you. Yes, you. Some person halfway across the world or maybe a few provinces -- or cities -- over, reading this right now, having no idea how and/or why you've stumbled across this mishmash of words and images.
I'm so happy people are still interested in what I write, interested in what I'm interested in, and that people have time to devour the online world whole. Say what you will about Internet addiction, but I've learned a lot more while surfing the 'Net than I have in a classroom (I'm not joking). Just by randomly clicking through Wikipedia for about 5 minutes, I have come across Carl Douglas, the "Dragon Lady" stereotype, The World of Suzie Wong, and FOBs (though I knew what a fob was already, okay? I used to be one, so HAH there.)
Anyhoo, how, where, way... I haven't uploaded my outfit pics onto my computer yet, due to HOMEWORK AND SHIT (meaning, "I'm screwed and really shouldn't be blogging right now but I will anyway, because I love you guys! Um, yeah, awkward...") so I'm just gonna write up a DIY for a homemade mask that I enjoy from time to time, yay!
- plain yogurt
- a bowl
- a knife
- a spoon
1) Cut the lemon into slices. Squeeze the juice of a lemon slice into the bowl. Put the rest of the lemon into a container, and then put the container into the fridge to keep it fresh.
2) Spoon some honey into the bowl and stir.
3) Spoon some yogurt into the bowl and stir.
4) Apply mask!
5) Relax for about 15 - 30 mins before washing mask off, to let the skin absorb all the nutrients.
6) Wash mask off with warm water and remember to use toner and moisturizer!
(Sometimes the mask may drip, so be prepared and cover yourself with a small towel if necessary, and don't wear your most expensive gown when using this mask ;D)
I love the cool feeling of the yogurt on my face. The honey has antibacterial and healing properties to keep zits at bay and treat them (how awesome, right). Lastly, the lemon juice naturally exfoliates your face and also reduces the look of scars and/or hyperpigmentation of the skin. Use this mask once a week.