I feel like posting too many unboxing and hauls so I want to take a break. 😄 I want to share my thoughts on some terms that we see a lot these few years. This is a short post and nothing interesting so I hope you don’t get bored. 😄 I hope we can share thoughts in the comment section too.
I think this is not a new thing for most people. There are a lot of fashion blogger and vlogger talk about how they live with a minimalist wardrobe and teach us how to make our own one too. I love reading those “X way to wear an X” section in Japanese magazines. I think it is so cool to use limited pieces to dress up stylish and create so many different looks. 😄 I agree this is a way to train our sense of clothing pieces and understand ourselves. (body shape, skin tone, vibe, etc) I also agree this is a way to avoid spending too much money and wasting clothes too. I am the type that will keep wearing same clothes until it is not wearable. I try to avoid any pieces that I won’t wear in real life. (Example: mini skirt and cami. ) 😄 I learn to distinguish high quality and better material from my mom. I always ask her before making a purchase. I had a basic T-shirt that looks 10-20 years old after 2 washes. It was horrible. I want my wardrobe to have long-lasting multi-purpose pieces.
Cruelty-free and Vegan
These are not new terms either but they get into Asian market these few years and makes me happy. 🙂 I am not a vegan since I just can’t cut-off meat completely, but I try eating less meat. In terms of beauty products, I am looking forward to seeing more vegan cruelty-free products. Honestly, who is going to use animal oil on their face? 😄 It is hard to keep track on every ingredient, and they always name them in chemical terms so we don’t know what it actually is. Well, I admit I am bad at English. 😄 I have to say that I don’t care if I am using bug juice on my face as long as it works freaking amazing! But, if there are some vegan option that also works amazing, I will choose the vegan version. In fact, vegan version works really well!
I love my Asian pale skin. Although I got tanner these few years, I love my pale skin and being called light tube. 😄 I love my shoulder. It is wide as a south Chinese, but I can wear coat and shirt very well. I love my hair color. It looks like I highlight my hair with many different shades of brown. I like it adds texture to my hair when tying up. It is my unique color ❤ I never feel satisfied with my body shape and weight so I watch out my diet and exercise. I don’t hate my body. I just think I will look better and love myself more if I have a fitter body. I never love my face, but when I start doing makeup, I start liking and accepting my face. I start loving myself more and get more confident. It is also because all my readers are so nice and sweet. I don’t know what would happen to me if I choose to start YouTube instead of a blog.
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