Monday, October 24, 2016

VOV Maxmini Cushion Review


It's time for another reevviiiieeewwww!!
This time Clozette & VOV has chosen me as one of the lucky people to try out VOV's new cushion. But first, I would like to apologize to Clozette and VOV because I was sooo late from the due date to post this review :(
Okay, so let's begin the review!


There are two kinds of VOV Cushion:
- VOV Maxmini Moist Cushion
For you who have dry skin and always wants a dewy finish
- VOV Maxmini Cover Cushion
For you who tend to have oily skin and want a matte finish

For the shade, there are 4 kinds as follows:
21-Light Beige
23-Natural Beige
33-Medium Skin
43-Healthy Skin


You can see from the packaging itself, looks chic and fun, right?
VOV differentiate their box design and cases according to the cushion type.
For the dewy finish, they created the shiny hologram box,
while for the matte one the pckaging is also matte.

One box contains of 1 pieces cushion, but unfortunately I still couldn't find the price for each box.
Hoepfully I can update the prices soon!



Annnddd, here is the result after 6 hours using VOV Maxmini Cushion.

In the picture above, I'm using VOV Maxmini Moist Cushion.
After 6 hours, my skin looks glowing and oily.



In the picture above, I'm using VOV Maxmini Cover Cushion.
After 6 hours using the product, my skin still glows, but alsostill matte and not so shiny.

My skin type is combinantion to oily skin, so I prefer to use the VOV Maxmini Cover Cushion.


Conclusion:
- High coverage
- Light weight
- Long lasting
- With SPF 50 PA+++

More info:


Thursday, September 29, 2016

Event Report : Ciputra World Fashion Week 2016 (Day 4)

#CWFW2016 Day 4 is suuuuper good actually, but my bad, I was stuck on heavy traffic jam that day. *sigh* So when I arrived, I only enjoy the last 2 designers.
What I missed are Catherine Njoo and Natalia Kiantoro collection :'(

I didn't come on day 3, so here are the few things I can snapped from #CWFW2016 Day 4.

1. Bobababe by Harumi Davita







2. Abee by Arka













Guest Designer:
3. Hunting Fields