E : That's because he's busy getting his green wee wee examined by the doctor. You're such a terrible person, You have absolute no pity on him. He is probably so sick and you expect him to reply on your blog?? He probably had to amputate the poor thing.
A : I'm so sorry! =_=;;;
Been a little lifeless lately, the whole week was spent worrying about my sales and then about our training. Training was fine since E and K also went. A good 4/5 of our entire MST went to the training at Evergreen Laurel, Penang. I was actually secretly looking forward to it because of one thing; the buffet. I know. I'm greedy.
The two days of training, the buffet was a major disappointment. On the first day, I took a piece of roast duck, 2 mussels, a small piece of meat, a plate of salad and that's it. I loaded myself to the brim with desserts instead since nothing else appealed to me. I'm really not fussy about food and I basically eat anything (on most days) but the food really looked pathetic. *sigh*
Anyway decided to post this up, I've written this a on the 19 July last year and for some reason forgotten to post it up. During the time this was posted, I think Choi Ji Woo (My favourite Korean actress of all times) became the ambassador for Dior Snow or something and everyone was making a big Hoo-Haa over fair skin which left me scratching my head...
Ah! My Goddess! How I worship thee
Is it just me or does it seems like everyone’s over the moon about being fair? Have you flipped through any magazines and not see plenty of advertisement for a certain brand promising fairer skin. What is it with girls and fairer skin anyway?
Either they have been watching too many Asian dramas, namely the Korean or Japanese ones or they have been mislead in thinking that fairer equals better. Being fairer doesn’t guarantee you first place in a pageant.
I must admit that it irks me like crazy every time I see some fair skin girl acting all high and mighty like she owns the god damned world just because she are fair. Hello, does facial features mean anything to you guys?
Being fair is not all that great, take my words for it, it puzzles me when ever someone tries so hard not to get any sun or uses the wrong foundation colour while some goes to the extend of bleaching or skin peeling just so that they can appear all fair and lovely. Just as well, I never understood, how some girls would go to extremes to avoid the sun, like hiding under umbrella after being wrapped in long sleeve with a hat on start screeching when the sunlight hits some parts of their legs. *shakes head* a little bit of sun is always good for everyone.
Before you start bashing me, know that I don’t have a problem with people born fair or people who are ‘desperate’ to be fair. It’s just that I think they ought to be told the truth about how is it like being fair and being educated on being wary of the ways used to achieve fairer skin and not by simply going through skin peeling.
Also, there are plenty of types of ‘fair’. The naturally Caucasian pale type, the sickly type, the milky type, the ones with translucent skin which shows off all the vein on the side of the face type and the usual Malaysian type of fair which is fair but with yellow undertone. I fall under the sickly and usual Malaysian fair :P
I have pigmentation problem at the age of 24, can you imagine that? I can see spots on my face and I’ll be truthful when I say, I’m panicking. It’s not that I don’t use sun block or sun protection, I do and it’s just not helping much. Not to mention, pimple and scars are easily spotted and believe me, it’s not a pretty sight. Imagine red dots on a white paper. Isn’t it obvious? One thing about fair people is that they cannot live without concealers. We always have something to cover.
I’ve always love to look at healthy, radiance tanned girl. The sun kissed skin looks fantastic but I know that no matter what I do, I won’t get as tanned as them and not only it won’t last. I’ll burn first and I burn easy.
Under the sun, my skin becomes red. Lobster red and then only do I get a tan. But then tan doesn’t last and I look awful tanned.
I used to be allergic to the sun; I’ll sneeze every time I’m under the sun for too long or when the ray hits me on the face. One reason why I used to avoided the sun but despite allergic or not, you can always still find me on some beach looking for shells.
I spent most of my childhood on the beach running around, collecting sea shells since my grandmother had a seafood restaurant right next to the beach. I appreciated the sun even more when I went to
I realized that girls should love their own skin colour and instead of trying to be too tanned or fair, they should instead work on emphasizing their natural skin colour.
Radiant skin is always the best no matter the colour!