Good Evening to all my Dear Readers. How are you guys doing these days? I'm apologize to stop for writing blogs so long time. Actually, I've been so busy since couple months ago to deal with school stuff; like preparing presentation and term papers.... and now I finally can get small break (Ohhh Yesss!) So...um, "hopefully" but from today, I guess I can start writing blogs again once I could get free times. Also you know what, today is the 1st day of snowing in Vancouver! Yay ! In my mind, I'm so happy with to experience the Canadian snow day but on points of physical strengths, Its very....tiring. Have to work on to remove the snow, go buy a present, and complete homework. Well I need to cure my "exhausted body" and prepare for the biggest event that will come up on next week! Geez, winter is coming, and date is coming too honey lol. Grab your lovely eggnog (BTW, I never try eggnog honestly) and please enjoy my blog ❤️🍯🍯❤️
❄️ PREPARING ❄️
Before I take shower or bath, I usually comb hair to remove any tangles. Because I have ombre hair color, the very edge of hair always get heavy damage (yeah, common girls hair problem...it splits, dry...so bad man). Then I massage face to cleanse any dirts or excess oils that stay on skin surface.
(I'm using big Japanese Hello Kitty comb which I bought at Narita Airport before I came to Canada)
(Personally I love to use coconut oil from Superstore but you can apply any oils you prefer. Make sure to check the ingredients to prevent allergic.)
❄️ SHOWERING ❄️
In previous article, I already mention that I'm totally fan of nice warm even hot shower; but I realized that it actually cause more dryness to your skin for some people. The one paper that I've read before says the crevasse; the gaps between skin cells are getting wider (but invisible) when people taking hot shower, and the moistures are lose from there. I'm keep in mind the temperature of water to make just right.
Soap: Ivory, Lavender
Shampoo & Conditioner: Herbal Essence Rose
Facial soap: Cetaphil cleanser
❄️ BATHING ❄️
People, honestly I love bathing so so much. It makes me feel like I'm just in inside of nice warm swimming pool (do you agree w/ me? thanks) and it coze me up and so relaxing.... Last time when I wrote summer routine, I tried some bath-bombs from LUSH the girl's favorite. It work perfect to my skin and it end up with nice smooth skin and my entire body was heated up from the core. However, I'm going to try another Japanese Bath-bombs which is well known as Onsen no Moto (温泉のもと) among Japanese people. Which is any good stuff of hot springs are condensed and powdered to dissolve easily and there is a 5 different kinds of hot springs powder so you can enjoy several kinds in one time. You can purchase a box of Japanese hot spring powder at Japanese market like FUJIYA on Clark Street or Downtown Store.
Bath Powder: Japanese Hot Springs Powder (Onsen no moto)
It cost around 13 dollars when I bought.
❄️ AFTER ❄️
When I finish bathing, I take extra time to caring to protect hair and skin from dryness. I bring some Japanese cosmetic items when I leave from Japan last winter. The one of them is lip gloss but its so special cause that lip gloss is specially designed for kissing. I know, I know what you are thinking, Its kind of mysterious and I felt exact same thing when I found an advertising of "designed for kissing" lip gloss. I love that texture; its kind of little bit sticky but apply very thinly at first time and give few touches of nice dollop, then you can make perfect shiny glossy kiss proof lip. I already have 3 flavor; Sweet kiss (tea flavor), Gorgeous Kiss (Rose) , and Caramel Kiss. I'm so addicted right now.....
lip gloss: Nulè Nulè Gorgeous Kiss Rose
body cream: Lasting Moisture
Thank you for reading my blog and now I knew that I mostly upload a routine article...
Next time, I'll be post different topic (probably...)
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Please have good night and See you on next blog!