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Hydrate Yo’ Self

Back at it again with another mask review! With winter around with corner (Winter Is Coming!), I tested out four different hydration masks from my beauty bae Olive Young! During the winter months, our skin tends to dry out much faster and more frequent due to the drop in temperature and humidity. I do...

MASK ME!

MASK ME!

Apologies in advance! My photos didn't transfer properly when switched servers. I will re-upload the photos ASAP!  Now we all know about nightly face masks, but do they work? I tried five popular Korean face masks from Olive Young to see if they do! I will base the value of each ma...

Day Trip To Daegu

Day Trip To Daegu

This past summer I took a Sunday trip to Daegu (대구) with some friends visiting Korea and let me tell you, it was &@%^ing hot! I know what some of you (who are familiar with Daegu) are thinking. Why the hell would you visit Daegu in the summer?! For those who aren't familiar, let me paint you a picture. Daegu is located in the center of Korea and deals with extreme weather conditions...

K-Beauty Review (Round 1)

Y'all, there are too many Korean skin care products to review, so I have to do them in rounds.  Round 1 will cover the first five K-skin care product I purchased here in Korea. 

If you don't already know, I'm obsessed with Korean beauty brands! Before moving to Korea, I'm thankful to have lived in a city (Chicago) that houses one of my favorite K-beauty boutiques,

Blossom (블라썸)

Y'all. Cafe's in Korea give me L I F E!! A few weeks ago my co-workers and I went to Blossom (블라썸) cafe in Sam-Jeong-Dong (삼정동), and let me tell you - it was a-ma-zing! I could spend my entire day there, but they don't have free wifi! Whomp whomp :( Since most of my viewers live abroad, stick around and follow me as I take you on a photographic tour of Blossom! Note: there was no...

IT’S GON’ RAIN

Y'all. Let me tell you about the beginning of summer here in Korea. If you live (or have lived) in America in the summer, periodically, you've experienced major thunderstorms, heavy rain showers and maybe a few Tornados depending on what state you live(d) in. However, in Korea and most of Southeast Asia, the beginning of summer is monsoon season also known as "rainy season." Monsoon seaso...

LIFE CAFE (카페라이프)

Cafes are everywhere in Korea. You can't walk two blocks without seeing one. Before moving to here, I wanted to live in 대구 (Daegu). I found the city fascinating, and from what I've read, there's always fun stuff to do during the summer. While researching fun places to visit in Daegu, I came across a dessert cafe called