Don't you absolutely hates it when you think you have a little extra and then BOOM, something happens and you end up having to spend the 'extra'? I've been keeping a little notebook with me to jolt down all my daily expenses so that it's easier to know where my money goes and how much I've spent. About 2 years ago, back in 2008, I started this habit of keeping track of my money and the results ended up scaring me so badly that I stopped writing but continued on my bad habit of excessive spending. Worst they were all 90% spent on cosmetics.
Thank God, I'm doing good so far on my 2nd try. Then again, everytime there's a little 'extra' , somethings pops up, like this:
The other eyelash glue I had, Ardell's Lash Grip that I bought in Singapore sucks chicken ass (to me anyway) It doesn't hold as well as the DUO and the best part was that I bought two tubes, one for me and the other for Elisa. The one I gave Elisa was actually completely dried up. It had a slit somewhere and had like 'died-ed' a long time ago which I didn't know since the box was completely sealed up. Worst I can't exchange it cause
2. I was already back in Penang when I found out
So since I'm saving up for 4 close friend's birthday + JH's birthday + 4 upcoming weddings (someone, KILL me already) I've gone back and use the first eyelash glue I ever bought, the DON one. (Read here)
Oh, I finally bought a sunblock after discovering something terrifying. Horrifying even. I'm not entirely sure if you'll end up gasping in horror with me or rolling on the floor laughing with JH.
This is the result of working and wearing ... shoes? ARGHHH! It actually looks like I forgot to wash my feet for a couple of months and all the dirt accumulated. Eeew! Seeing something like this, how could anyone just leave it alone?
Came lunch time, I ran to the nearest and dearest Watson, grit my teeth and forked out the money and bought the Banana Boat Sun Wear sunscreen lotion. I must admit that I usually tend to buy sunblock for faces and use them all over my body instead of buying the sunblock for the body. I know the SPF is higher and it's cheaper to buy sunblock for the body but I can't stand the stick, sticky feeling that it leaves.